The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1965 · Page 7
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Tuesday, Sept, 28, 1965 Atgono (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Nominate Farm Bureau Women's Officers For '66 The Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women's Committee, headed by Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota, met Monday, Sept. 14, at the Farm Bureau Meeting Rooms, The Driver Refresher Course, which the Farm Bureau Women are sponsoring was discussed and final plans made for the time and place. There will be two courses - Oct. 18th and 19th in the Farm Bureau rooms in Algona and the 21st and 22nd of Oct. at the Legion Hall In Swea City. Time is 9:30 a. m. to 3:40 p. m. each day. A fee of $1.00 will be charged. The following officers were elected for 1966 to be approved at the County Annual Meeting which will be held on Sept. 29 at the Burt high school, Mrs. Glenn Clark, Chairman, Swea City; Mrs. Joseph Skow, Wesley, Vice Chairman; and Mrs. Ronald Gardner, Algona, Publicity Chairman. The County Workshop will be held in Algona at the Methodist church with an all day meeting in October. Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt, County World Understanding Chairman, with the assistance of Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lcne Rock; Mrs. Joseph Skow, Wesley; and Mrs. Robert Harrison, Algona, gave the lesson on Ireland. Cresco Chums Elect Officers The Cresco Chums met Sept. 11 with election of officers. Old and new business was discussed. We will entertain the Farm Bureau Oct. 4. A short talk was given by Sheila F ride res, Cindy Long, Sheri Roethler and Linda Meel- hause on their trip to Washington D.C. 1966 officers were elected as follows: Pres. Cindy Long; V-Pres. Sheri Roethler; Sec., Linda Meelhause; Treas., Pat Besch; Historian, Marilyn Roethler; Reporter, Sheila Frlders; Photographer, Dawn Wilden; Music Director, Edna Frideres, Marcia Sabln; Recreation Director, Jane Simpson, Gloria Canaday; Librarian, Mary Besch; Parliamentarian, Sue Smith. Call For Harvest Help In Area Kenneth C. White, Manager of the local Iowa State Employment Service office, states that as the harvest season draws nearer, his office is receiving an increasing number of job orders from area farmers. The majority of the requests are for tractor operators to haul beans and corn from the fields to the Legal Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8784 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jewel M. Larsen, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 21st day of September, 1965. Bertha L. Larsen Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 28th day of September, 1965. (71-72) COMBINATION WINDOW • Change from storms to screens in SECONDS FROM THE INSIDE • Dovetailed center rails stop incoming drafts • Sash locks for full or partial ventilation • FIBERGLAS® Screens with 10 year guarantee SPECIAL $12.95 SEE or CALL Box 53 Keith Rowley Rowley Builders & Supply bins and also do some fall plow- log. Some of the openings require transportation to the jobs daily while others offer board and room. Everyone who has had previous farm experience and is available part -time or full- time is urged to contact the Iowa State Employment Ser- vice office at 126 North 10th Street, Fort Dodge or their local volunteer farm labor representative. Local area volunteer farm labor representatives are: Algona, Larry Knoll; Bancroft, Donald Murray; Fenton, Paul Eigler; Ledyard, Bernard Reilly; Lu Verne, Clarence Neilsen; Swea City, Jack VanNorman ;T1- tonka,' John Stottj Wesley, Al Loebig; West Bend, A. E. Pertle and Whittemore, Delbert Wichtendahl. PRINTING THAT PULLS ind dees Justice to your basinets, fairly priced. Upper Des Motaes "THE WINNERS" THE THREE Grand Champion Pumpkins in our contest which ended Saturday are shown above as they were displayed after judging Saturday afternoon. First place winner was brought in by August Melz of Lakota and is shown on the scale in center. It weighed in at 80 pounds and earned him the first place prize of a 70-piece Silverware Set. Second and third prize winners shown above were by William Lafstrom, Armstrong, 61 pounds and Alfred Melz, Lakota, 58 pounds. They wan two and one dinner at Charlie's Supper Club, respectively. Other winners were (4) Shyrl Lieb, Lone Rock, 54 IDS., wheel balancing job; (5) tie between Harold Gross, Whittemore, and Alfred Hahn, Algona, 46 Ibs., wheel balancing jobs; (6) Webster Orton, Algona, 42 Ibs., (7) Marvin Hackbarth, Algona, 40 Ibs.; (8) Kathleen Detrick, Whittemore, 39'A Ibs., all won 9 x 12' plastic tarps; (9) Mrs. Frank Mittleider, Algona, 39 Ibs., and (10) Clarence Diers, of Bancroft, 32 Ibs., both got one gallon of Firestone permanent anti-freeze. Thanks go to all of the 80 persons who entared pumpkins in the contest arfd congratulations to the 11 winners. TAKF vnim mnirFi TAKE YOUR CHOICE! tlte 1st tire at , isted get the 2nd ,; re hr ... '2-PHICf CHAMPION Built with Firestone SUP-R-TUF rubber for extra mileage. Nylon cord body for extra durability Speedway. .Proved super-weld construction for maximum safety. SIZE 600!3 S-g-'j 8.00-14 7.10-15 B-5Q-14 1st Tire- .80 17.15 20.45 23.10 25.35 28.85 2nd Tire* $7.90 8.57 10.22 11.55 12.67 14.42 Tubllut WHITEWAUS 1st Tire' $18.65 20.05 23.20 25.90 28.10 31.50 2nd Tire* $ 9.32 10.02 11.60 12.95 14.05 •All prices plus tax. No trade-in reeded Prices even LOWER on TUBE-TYPE Tires 15.75 Sup-R-Tuf ® Chargi $50.00 '75.00 $95.00 Pay Only $5 Per Mo. $7 Per Mo. $9 Per Mo. NO TRADE-IN NEEDED fried « *own o« Nmta* S.o,.,, comp.miv.ly priced ot R,.,,on, D^il.r, ,-d .> ,11 ^lc,,t«, tlo n, dhSSffi SIK ito? •UlflB JOE BRADLEY EQUIP ALGONA, IOWA Ph. 295-5323 YOUR FIRESTONE DEALER 5-2421 • ALGONA

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