The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Algona (la.) Upper DM MoltiM TuMdtty, July 20, 1965 Over 200 At Annual Burt Co-op Meeting Well over 200 Burt Cooperative Elevator stockholders and guests learned that sales for the year totaled more than $1.1 million and that there was $17,048 In net profits, at the annual meeting at Legion Hall. The annual report also showed that $15,298 of the net profits was alloted to patronage refunds. florin Steele of the Iowa Grain Dealers auditing department presented the report. Steele said Burt Cooperative ranked high among the 250 cooperatives of the state In both sales and profits. Chet Randolph, WHO radio farm news editor, talked on "Our Competition From Synthetics," and those attending the meeting were given a taste of synthetic meat being manufactured from soybeans. Randolph said farmers must meet this competition with a positive approach." Ray Walker was elected a director to replace Walter Campney, whose term had expired, and Earl Shipler was reelected a director. Mrs. Wayne Keith won a $25 bond given at the meeting and turned it over to the Burt Lions Club to be used in community projects. Wallace Hawcott, Mrs. Bert Johnson, Bill Trenary, Geraldlne Blue, Bob Vaske, Mrs. Richard Campney, Mennet. Trunkhill, Andy Behrends, Eugene Lovstad.'and Mrs. Alfred Schenck won trade coupons worth $5 or $10 and Melvin Rieken won the picnic set given as a door prize. Lone Rock Man Will Wed N.Y. Girl, August Miss Bachman, Algonan Will Wed Aug. 29 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bachman of Hampton announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Kay, to Gerald Duane Gade, son of the Hugo Mr. and Mrs, Charles J. Hensley of Elmira, N. Y. announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Jane, to Jerald John Newbrough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough of Lone Rock. Miss Hensley graduated from Brockport Central School and attended the University of Michigan, Brockport State University and the University of Iowa. Mr, Newbrough graduated from Sentral high school and the University ol Iowa, He is employed by Alexander Grant and Co. of Chicago. The wedding date is August 24, Gades, Algona, She is a graduate of Franklin Community high school, Mason City Junior College and La James College of Hairstyling and cosmetology. She Is now employed at Sheakley's Beauty Salon, Algona. He graduated from Algona high school and is attending State College of Iowa. An Aug. 29 wedding at the Nazareth Lutheran church in Coulter is being planned. A Memo About Wedding Pictures This newspaper welcomes wedding pictures, but there is one problem. Quite frequently we receive a wedding photo from a studio, but no story of the wedding to go with the picture. It would be appreciated if the bridal couple would make arrangements to have at least the basic details of the wedding either accompany the picture when it is received, or turned separately within a few days of the wedding. Wedding pictures and wedding stories should run together, and we will appreciate any cooperation to make this possible. Youth Camp A total of 42 children from West Bend and Emmetsburg attended a youth camp sponsored by the Farmers Union at Call State Park Tuesday, Fred Wirtz of West Bend was in charge of the project. SUI Orientation Sharon Kay Willrett of Algona, and John C. Wickett of LuVerne are two from the county entering as freshmen at Iowa State U ; where they recently attended orientation sessions. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Algona's Newest Photography Studio Located in Former Isaacson .Studio Building Burton P. Poundstone 124 N. Moor* Ph. 295-7013 This coupon good for $3 toward photographs — this week only — to July 29, 1965 r&n teston Deck your table with charm and loveliness. It's easy when you have beautiful Franciscan Whitestone patterns to choose from! Left to right...pure white CLOUD NINE, classic simplicity at an unbelievably low price; PICKWICK, sure to charm you with its garland of multi-colored fruits; CANTATA-glorious blues and greens form a mosaic floral pattern. All oven and dishwasher safe.. .easy on your budget too. Individual pieces may be added at any time. Come in today and see the wonderful value in Franciscan Whitestone Ware. NEWLY APPOINTED DEALER FOR THIS AREA. WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA, IOWA 16 pc. STARTER SETS *"" $1195 45 pc. SERVICE FOR 8 PURE 00 K WHITE )f7.7J 45 pc* SERVICE FOR 8 DECORATED PATTERNS

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