The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1965
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Cecil Long To Head County Farm Bureau New officers and directors of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau were elected at the annual meeting held in Burt last week. New president Is former vice-president, Cecil Long of Algona, William Tokhelm of Swea city, recent secretary, was elected vice-president. Secretary Is Harold Bjustrom of Whittemore, and new treasurer is Kenneth Krantz of Titonka. About 370 members and guests were present. Albert Johnson of Corwith was elected to a three-year term as voting delegate. These new officers will assume their duties at the first of the year. Four new directors elected to two-year terms, and their townships include H. W. Bosworth, Cresco; Charles Bjustrom, Lotts Creek; Stanley Gardner, Plum Creek; and Gene Thompson, Swea City. Reelected from Wesley township was Charles Nygaard. William Bormann of Whittemore township was elected to a one-year term as director, replacing Kermit Kuecker. Officers of the Farm Bureau Women's Committee were approved at the annual meeting. They include Mrs. Glenn Clark of Swea City, chairman; Mrs. Joseph Skow of Wesley, vice- chairman; and Mrs. Ronald Gardner of Algona, publicity chairman. Special county womens' chairmen included Mrs. William Dodds of Algona, Mrs. Joseph Skow and Mrs. Robert Boleneus, Wesley, and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom of Burt. The proposed amendment of a dues raise to $20.00 which would begin for the year 1967 was then voted upon and approved by the group. Hugh Black, chairman of the nominating committee, gave the nominating committee report followed by the election of officers. Karl Kiilsholm introduced the guest speaker, Henry Schriver from Grafton, Ohio, which highlighted the evening's program, with his dash of wit and humor served up In rhyme in a meaningful and entertaining way. Cecil Long, chairman of the Resolution's Committee, presented the resolutions which were adopted. Wins $200 Award Randal Reidinger. of Algona won a first regional Award of $200 for his project, an early amerlcan weather vane, made while he took the shop course taught by Edgar M. Meyer, Instructor at Algona Community high school. At Insurance Session Larry Johnson, 1508 East North St., agent for Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance Company (FEMIC) and Farmers Life Co., attended the company's annual three-day sales meeting at Crescent Beach Lodge, Lake Okoboji, Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA Pretty Good Fishing! WORLD SERIES SPECIAL I TRACTOR RADIOS • Will fit oil 6 and 12 volt systems • Listen while 1 you work. J NOW ONLY _ _ "' ',*„ '/>>. •-".:., &,',* '*\JS'' t \^.i*' |f? 1009 N. Main . . AIGONA - f '^ (Formerly Thompson Distributing) The Dale Carnegie Course Dale Carnegie Will Be Offered In ALGONA BEGINNING SOON 10 WAYS THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE HELPS MEN AND WOMEN Acquire poise and confidence Speak effectively , Sell yourself and your Ideas Be at your best with any group Remember names Think and speak on your feet Control fear and worry Be a better conversationalist Develop your hidden abilities Win a better job, more income FOR FURTHfR INFORMATION Contact EL PRESLEY WRIT! BOX 535 - AiOONA or PHONi 399*2479 Presented to North lorn by Chuck Twedt & Associates IT WAS pretty good fishing way up there in Canada for Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz, recently. They traveled way up in Saskatchewan to an area we can't pronounce or spell, but the proof Is in the pictures. Here Wes is holding four beauties and they are only a small part of his daily catch. However, fishing in that area this time of the year can have its drawbacks. Wes said that along the shore they had to crack the ice in the morning to get their boat out into the lake I AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SfflERK BRUCE SUNDET, student at Luther College in Decorah and son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, spent the weekend here and attended Homecoming and the Band Festival. A GROUP of 35 Rotarians and guests will leave Saturday afternoon by chartered bus to attend the Viking-New York Giants game in Minneapolis, which will take place that evening. The group will return to Algona following the game. P. E. 0. MET yesterday at the home of June Mawdsley, with Mary Beth Ostwald of Whittemore assistant hostess. DIANE SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, and a student at State College of Iowa, spent the weekend with her parents and attended Homecoming festivities. JUDY PARROTT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and a freshman at State College of Iowa, was here with her parents for the weekend and attended Homecoming. MR. AND MRS. Larry Plummer and Patrick and baby Mary Elizabeth, Wilmington, Delaware, arrived Saturday to spend two weeks with Mrs. Plummer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and family. Mr. Plummer's brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Plummer of Sioux Falls, So. Dak., spent Sunday with the family here. He is stationed there with the Air Force. Mike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, and a student at St. Thomas In St. Paul, also spent the weekend with the family. MR. AND MRS. Al Buchanan left Saturday by plane from Mason City for Chicago, where Mr. Buchanan is attending an abstractor's convention. They expect to return Thursday. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Holt will spend the weekend at Iowa City for Homecoming. Their daughter, Betty, is a student at the University, Alan, a student at Iowa State University in Ames, will join the family in Iowa City. MONDAY, SEPT. 20, Ton! Tucker and Joyce Arndorfer left for Mankato State College where they are freshmen. Classes will begin Wednesday. BUSINESS AND Professional Women will tour the Directory Service Oct. 13 from 4 to 5 p.m. the regular meeting will follow at Van's Cafe. MR. AND MRS. John Coleman became parents of an 8 lb., 9 oz, girl Sept. 16. She has been named Lisa Lea. Mrs. Coleman is a dance instructor in Algona. KOSSUTH COUNTY Council of Republican Women held a meeting Tuesday at 1:30 at the Burt Methodist church. This was part of a nation-wide tribute to President Eisenhower on his 75th birthday. Program chair- liiuiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuniiiiii^! man was Mrs. A. J. Gotten. MR. AND MRS. Dale Cole left Sunday to move to Peoria, where Mr. Cole will be employed by Allied Mills. The family came to Algona from Battle Creek, Iowa, in the summer of 1958. Mr. Cole formerly managed the Cargill Elevator and subsequently the elevator at Hobarton. Their daughter, Mary Ann, is teaching third grade for her third year at New Hampton. Jane is a junior and Nancy a freshman at Mankato State College. MICHAEL SCHMIDT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt and a student at Drake University, spent the weekend with his parents and attended Homecoming activities. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, their daughter, Nancy, and her friend, Linda Mueller, will attend the Homecoming game and activities at Drake this weekend. MR. AND MRS. Vic Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt left Monday to attend the American Mutual Insurance Alliance Convention in Chicago. They left Monday and expect to return today CThurs.). MR. AND MRS. Wayne Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf attended the 10th annual district meeting of the V. F. W. at Titonka Sunday. The meeting started at 12:30 and included dinner in the evening. MARILYN HARRIS, freshman at State College of Iowa and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, spent the weekend here and attended Homecoming activities and the Band Festival, CRESCO MOTHERS and Daughters Club will meet next Wednesday at the home of Geneva Sorenson, with dessert and coffee at 2 p. m. Assisting hostess is Nellie Bosworth, The program will be in charge of Burnetta and Peg Wildin. JAMES KELLEY, son of Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley and a member of the Appellate Division of the Department of Justice in Washington, D. C., arrived to spend a week with his parents and attend Hoemcoming festivities at Iowa City, his alma mater. He spoke to members of the Rotary club at their regular meeting Monday. SALLY STEELE, sophomore at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Steele, and attended Homecoming activities of Algona high school. BILL BARTLETT, student at Morningside College in Sioux City, and Barbara, teaching for her first year at Storm Lake, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.WesBart- lett, and attended Homecoming. PATTY SCHULZ, student at State College of Iowa, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Jr., Irvington. BOB MARTIN, freshman at State College of Iowa, spent the weekend and attended Home- „ coming activities with his par- • onts, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin. Bob will begin training for wrestling later this month. KAY MOULTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and student at Kahler School of '$ Nursing, spent the weekend her2 and attended Homecoming. MARY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and student at Drake University in Des Moines, visited her parents over the weekend and attended the Homecoming game and dance. Her parents plan to attend Homecoming at Drake this weekend. Algona Man Missing Since Last Saturday The search continued Wednesday by area authorities for an Algona man, Curtis Edward Johnson, 31, who was reported missing by his wife and mother to local police Monday morning. Johnson was last seen at Ft. Dodge Saturday evening in a tavern - and there apparently is no trace of him since that time. A driver for Marshall and Swift, a dry cleaning firm here, he was wearing the blue uniform of the company when last seen. Johnson is six feet tall, has dark wavy hair and dark eyes. Anyone possibly knowing his whereabouts should notify the local police department at once. He did not have an auto at the time of his disappearance. A police radio bulletin on the man was put out at 9:30 a. m. Monday. Plan Broadcast Dr. Joseph Rooney, Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus here, has announced that a Columbus Day address by Supreme Knight John W. McDevitt, head of the million member fraternal society of Catholic men, will be broadcast at 4:45 p. m. Oct. 12 over station KLGA, Algona. Thursday, October 7, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moln«*~? CONGRATULATIONS.., To Randy Riedinger - AHS Sophomore FOR WINNING - The Jamas F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation'* School Shop Award of $200 in the 1st Regional program. Randy, at the right above, is shown accepting the Award Certificate, indicative of his award, from Elgin Allen, left, principal at Algona High School. Ed Meyer, center, is Randy's instructor in the local high school's metal shop. The award came as a result of an Early American weather vane, made by Randy at the local school. Again, our congratulations I COOK'S WELDERS SUPPLY 600 Diagonal Your Lincoln Welder Dealer 295-2464 ALGONA Autumn Sale With great buys on gas ranges, gas dryers, and gas water heaters. Your gas company and appliance dealer have declared a saving season on gas appliances. And it's right now. Stop in, look over all the brand-new gas ranges, gas dryers, and gas water heaters. Pick the one you want now, while it's a bargain buy. Live modem for less . . \ with gas. NORTH r CENTRAL PUBLIC SERV. CO. 10 East State 295-2484 />, ALGONA s

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