Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1967 · Page 7
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Alfini (!**•) MOND DAY, AUG. 7, 19*7 Ottosen JULIAN CHRIICHIUIft I Wmlv I^H^H^H 1 ly 9UHV HweV^RP Washington — You could fall in love with Washington, D. C. very easily ... but in two days, we have only a chance to hit a few, and 1 mean few, sightseeing highspots and then pass on to other points. We arrive here about 2 p.m. Monday .afternoon and are on our way by the same time Wednesday. During that span, we visit the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Capitol building and both Congressional galleries, Federal Bureau of Investigation building, White House and Arlington Cemetery twice. We also tour the printing and engraving department of the Treasury building but we miss seeing the Wax Museum, Mount Vernon and several other treats. You can only do so much, Our motel, the Marriott, is located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D. C. and just a stone's throw from Dulles Airport as jets land and depart every few minutes .... you become used to their roar and whine quickly. We are just a couple of blocks from the Pentagon and not much farther from Arlington Cemetery, whose beautiful and famous grounds stretch over 1100 acres. Here lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the grave of John F. Kennedy. The Kennedy grave has replaced the Unknown Soldier as the big attraction of visitors and we are told an average of 25,000 persons pass the Kennedy grave daily ... it is 20 by 30 feet in siie with the ex- president's marker banked by smaller ones of a son and daughter. There are 25 burials per day in Arlington and the body of a young serviceman is committed just a short distance from Kennedy's grave during our second visit. The changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is an impressive sight and the other big attraction of Arlington. A soldier stands, or rather paces, guard over the monument and every hour is relieved with much ceremony. The Senate is not in session during our visit but Sen. Russell of Georgia is entertaining the gallery spectators with a monologue ... the House might as well have not been in session ... only a handful of representatives were present and our visit was short... we couldn't help but think that many were on the beaches this humid, hot day. One of the best tours in Washington is'that at the FBI building, where for an hour you are given 1 a trip around the building and shown exhibits from the gangster days of the '30's inrlllriinp .Inhn rtillinoor'c grconal tha n».inlra> «.«K Mrt. DenaM Usher •••••••••••••••••••MM The Kee family reunion was held at the Commercial club building at Ottosen Sunday afternoon. The 35 people present were from LuVerne •and Brkelyn, Minn., and in Iowa from Humeston, Oska'- fooaa, Sumner, Cowrie, Dayton, Clarion, Fort Dodge and Ottosen. Attending from here were the H. D. Bensons. Kelly, son of the Jerry An- liken, was two years old Saturday. Attending a party for him were Mrs. Elizabeth Anliker and Ersel, the Ben An- hkers, Ed Dorweilere, Milford Gades, Mrs. Rose Brockssc- midt, the Abraham Habegers, Ernest Habegers, and Clyde Gingeriches. The Raymond Wehrspanns visited the Jerry Wehrspanns in Des Moines Saturday. They stayed overnight in Des Moines to see Mrs. E. G. Tyler, who has been visiting here, off for her home in Sacramento, Calif. 'Mrs. Tyler is a sister of Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann. The C. C. Johnsons, Rosemead, Cailf, were supper guests of the Victor Meyers Tuesday night. The Victor Meyers alttend- ed the Lutheran Laymen's League convention, banqfued at the Wafther League camp ait Okoboji Sunday night. Last Wednesday the Raymond Wehrspanns, Mrs. E. G. Tyler, and 'Mrs. Millie Thomas, Fort Dodge, were dinner guests of Mrs. H. E. Olson, Webster City. The Gene Walstons and Chuck, Gladbrook, Arland land David Speich, Cedar Rapids, and the Robert Speidhs Algona, were Sunday guests ait Anitone Speich's. The birthdays of Chuck, who was ten Monday and Daryl, who Was eight Sunday, were celebrated. Daryl is the son of Robert Speichs. Chuck is spending the week with the Anitone Speichs and the Robert Speichs. The Ralph Richards called at Ross Clark's at Livermore, and at Mrs. Catherine Wffli- ston's, Sunday afternoon. The James Banwarts were supper guests Sunday alt Bentjy Banwart's, at West Bend. t~;TMur&ciay ~«MBOSf pvQj&fg "at Earl Olson's were Mr Skartvig, Hilda Viggo and Fremond Nielsen, all from Rolfe, and the Marlyn Pfillb- sen family, 'Bode. The >Laurel Worsters visited 'the Ed Olsons, Humboldt, Sunday afternoon. iMrs. Kate Jacobson and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson and daughters called the Roy Enookson's Tuesday evening. The Ray Penticos were Sunday guests of her Bister, the Fred Niewalds, Emmefcfourg. Wednesday Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Roy Telford, and Mrs. Edward Zinnel went to Spirit Lake and Bstherville. They visited Mrs. Mary Hansen in the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Estherville. Sunday afternoon the Niel Wehrspanns visited his parents, the Raymond Wehr- spanns. Mel had judt finished his National Guard summer training. MMMMMMMM ATTINTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD USED SADDLES WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLB SHOP Phono 512-2772 Porest City, Iowa / tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schroder Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. 22w67tfn FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Reed's Furniture, Algo- ne, Iowa. 20w3tfn NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E. Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 CAR INTERIOR CLEANING SPECIAL Heve your cer's interior cleaned et e specie! price this week only! This includes ALL the inside of your cer, with results thet will emeze you. Jobs done by appointment only, with pickup & delivery service if desired. Cell for an appointment today! SAMP'S Duraclean Service PHONE 295-2282 ALGONA, IOWA 61* ^» e »M M M.O..O.M e.e e e » e e e e FOR SALE — Three brand new LP Gas Tractors, three sizes, national brand. We must sell these machines NOW. PRICED AT DEALER COST! Locally owned. Write box 400 N. Algona. 28w56tfn FOR SALE — A-l PTO Cue "65" Combine, . complete. 1675. Taylor Implement Co., Algona (515-295-3467). 14w47tfn For RM! eeeee>e»»ee»eee»»«»eee FOR SALE — Quality Hampshire boars. Lickteig Bros., phone 295-3031, Algona, la. 61-84* FOR RENT — Downstairs apartment, 113 N. Phillips. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 295-2379 or 295-5789, Algona. 15w60tfn FOR RENT —.Apartment, 113 N. Phillips. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 295-2379, Algona. _ ^1 1 w60tf n FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment with bath. 402 S. Moore. 295-5572. 60-61* FOR RENT — My little house at 1120 East North St., Algona. Gas furnace and is a good home for couple or small family. Reasonable rent. Available now. Contact Milton G. Norton, office phone 2953836, home 295-2548. __ 35w60tfn FOR RENT — 3-bedroom, 2- story house. Partially furnished. Available Aug. 1. See Don Sjogren at Sjogren Grocery, Algona. 17w55tfn FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in. Call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. _ 15w9tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available immediately. Call Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837, Algona. IQwSOtfn Card of Tharis CARD OF THANKS — We ' want to thank the Lone Rock fire department, friends and neighbors for their help. l^Ir. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt. '•':, 61* CLIP AND SAVE FOR SALE—Complete sets of books — Americana Encyclopedia and'Book of Knowledge. .Good condition. Mrs. Bernard J. Thilges, 295-2348, Algona. 19W61-66 FOR SALE—Gladioli blooms. All colors and kinds, for every occasion. 509 W. College. 295-5285, Algona. 60-63* FOR SALE — Cable spinet piano. For information, call 295-3691, Algona, Iowa. 60-61* FOR SALE—Sheds for hogs. 10' x 20'. Inquire at Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa — Phone 4511. 16w61-62 WANTED — Full time secfe- tary. Shorthand, typing and bookkeeping required, Answer to Box 447, Algona, Iowa. 61* WANTED — Married or single man for general farming and livestock work by Sept. 1st. Full time or Fall work. Large modern house. Salary open according to experience and ability. Phone 583-2283 or 583-2156 for more information or interview. Mullins Hy-Bred Corn Co., Corwith, la. 42W60-66 Real Estate oe»»«ee»eeeeee»eeeeeee« ^^ Lesl ft Food LOST — A blue cloth clutch purse in Harrison's store. Reward. Joice Gelder, Britt, Iowa. Ph. 843-4242. 14W60-61 Waited e»«»e»e»e»»»e»e«ee»eee« WANTED — Have need for an older home. Will trade a new one for an older one ranging from $6 to $10 thousand. If interested call 8823403, LuVerne. 60-61* LADIES — Earn $30.00 to $40.00 a week in your spare time — opening in Algona now for capable ambitious women representing Avon Cosmetics. Call Mrs. Loraine Bixler, Algona, Iowa. 60-61* HOUSEWIVES WANTED Sell Toys No delivering or collecting PLAYHOUSE COMPANY Contact: Mrs. Marvin Karr . Box 217, Rudd, la. Phone 395-2771 58-68 Cattle FOR SALE — Nine; springing Holstein heifers. Larry Gisch, Algona, la. 10w60-61 FOR SALE — Polled Hereford bulls and heifers. P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock, Iowa. 12w42tfn FARM FOR SALE 160 Acres (on contract) 2 1 /.miles east of Swea City on Highway 9. Contact O. H. LINDE Swea City, Iowa 61-66 FOR SALE — Large building lot, good location. Sewer, curb and gutter included. East part of Algona. Phone 8823403. Hjelmeland Builders LuVerne, la. 60-61" FOR SALE — My farm, 142 acres, about 95 acres under cultivation, Webster soil, rest in blue grass pasture and house yard. Two miles north of LuVerne on LuVerne to Sexton black top. Albert Schneider, LuVerne; Iowa. Phone 882-3561. 60-61* FOR SALE — Pretty 3 bedroom home, 713 S. Moore. Mrs. Esther Osborn, Algona. 60-61' FOR SALE OR RENT — Modern house in Wesley, Iowa. Reasonable. Phone 332-3749, Humboldt or write Box 176, Dakota City, Iowa. 20w61-62 BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN —office 295-1491, Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. Across from Court House For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn AUGUST MOVIE CALENDAR o the '30's including John Dillinger's arsenel, "the" Brinks' robbery, the famous Denver airplane crash, etc. Also shown, are t»tttttt>«MM»eM»»»« crime detection labs and a firing exhibition by FBI agents Washington has a minor race riot during our visit and it is the first of the summer. It is on a small scale ... still, the situation could erupt here any time. Almost 75 per cent of the residents of Washington, D. C. are Negroes, Many are employed by the federal government and this may be one reason why the city has had less racial trouble then others. Their pay scale is far above that of colored persons in similar positions and they are better educated. Still, the city has its ghettos and the have-nots who inhabit them could erupt on any evening. We spent a few hours with ex-Algonan Robert Kohlhaas and his wife ... Bob is now a prominent area lawyer . . . two other children of Mrs. Edel Kohlhaas of Algona are also residents in the area, Vernon and Dean. The three boys make a trip to the new D. C. stadium and come away impressed with this fine stadium and happy with a 5-4 Twins victory. Everyone in the family seems to be sniffling . . . four of the six have had or do have summer colds. Only Dave and I have escaped thus far! Servicemen ••••••••eeMeeeeeeeeee HAS ROTC COURSE FT. BENNING, GA. (AHT- NC) — David J. Mueller, 20, son of the Rev, and Mrs. R. T, Mueller, LuVerne, completed Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps basic summer camp at Ft. Berating, Ga., July 22. He received six weeks of training designed to evaluate his potential as a future army officer. Successful completion of the basic camp enables him to train towards a commission while in college under the new two-year ROTC program. Training is similar to that . given Army basic trainees, including rifle, hanxMo-hand, and bayonet training as well as leadership oriento&on, Sun. thru Wed., July lO-Anf. 2 Sandy Dennis In "UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE" ThuridAjr thru Saturday, Auf. 3-3 "SNOW WHITE A 7, DWARFS" Sunday thru Tuesday, Auf. S-S "GUIDE FOR A MARRIED MAN" Wednesday thru Saturday, Aug. t-U "THOSE FANTASTIC FLYING FOOLS" Sunday thru Wednesday, Auf. 1J-M Dick Van Dyke — Debbie'Reynolds in "DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE" Thursday thru Saturday, Aug. 1T-19 Double Feature "OH DAD, POOR DAD, MAMMA'S HUNG YOU IN THE CLOSET, AND I'M FEELIN' SO SAD" and "COME SPY WITH ME" Saturday Matinee, 1:», Auf. IS "BASHFUL ELEPHANT" Sunday thru Wednesday, Au(. tt-M Sandra Dee in "DR. YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING" Thursday thru Saturday, Aui. M-XI "FEW DOLLARS MORE" Saturday Matinee, 1:3* Aug. M "KING OF WILD STALLIONS" Sunday thru Wednesday, Au». n-N Frank Sinatra in "NAKED RUNNER" Tburs. thru Sat., Auf Il-Scpt t Jerry Lewis in "CINDERFELLA and "ERRAND BOY" O I - at the ALGONA THEATRE - o MM* AVfMl Mf MfMt CLIP AND SAVE CLIP AND SAVE .VI '..VI UI AM / ? VI UI U.| AUGUST MOVIE CALENDAR LEAGUE BOWLING STARTS AUG. F»r Teem Spots, €•11 Wf.?W$ 9r 3 ALGONA LANES Work PeoeH Ads rtolly the resvlts! I 1 a. 3 Sun. thru Wed., Auf, 3f-Se*. I Peter Fonda in. "THE »RIF" and "SECRET AGENT FIREBALL" Thursday thru Saturday, Au«. l-l "STAGECOACH" tat "ALVAREZ KELLY" ~ Saturday Midnlte Show, Au«. S "THE SABOTEUR" Sunday thru Tuesday, AUI. f-t 'TORN CURTAIN" and 'PROMISE HER ANYTHING" Wednesday, AUK. t KLGA RADIO - FREE NITE "NIGHT OF THE GEIZZLT" and "MUNSTEE GO HOME" Thursday thru Saturday, Auf . u-u "THE COLOR OF HER SRIN" »n4 "MONDO PAZJO" Sunday thru Tuitday, Aug. U-ll "NOT WITH >IY WWE f OU PONT" "BLINPfOLD" Saturday Midnite Sbov, "PS¥CHO" 12 Wedneiday thru Saturday, Auf. Walt DUney'i "SNOW WHITE A T DWARFS" and Ind Feature Saturday Mldnlte Shew, Aug. II "FOR LOVE OR MONEY" Sunday thru Tuesday, Aug. M-tt "WAY WAY OUT" »»« "SANPS OF THE KALAHARI" Wednesday thru Saturday, Aug. ZJ-M "BORN LOSERS" »a4 "ANY WEPNESQAY" Saturday Hldnlte Show, Au». W "THE KILLEES" Sunday thru Tuesday, AUI. n-?t "THE HOP GAMBLER" »nd "HAJlfER" _ (Kalledoscope) _ Wed. thru Sat, Avf. M-Sept t "BiACAJtBO" an< "ECCO" Saturday Midnite Show, Sept. I •BORAGE" ^ •I Hw STARUTE DRIVE IN THEATRE - of over $1500 in employment or self»employment in 1966, you must file art annual report with the Social Security Administration. Clifford W. Swedlund, manager of the social security district office .in Fort Dodge, said this requirement applies to all beneficiaries except those who were over age 72 all months of last year. The deadline for filing the report Is April 15. If you have received a report form through the mail, it should be completed promptly and returned. If you need to file a report and •have not received a report form you may obtain one from the Fort Dodge office or from any representative of that office, Swedlund stressed that this report is necessary for 3 reasons: 1. It will show whether you received all benefits due you for last year. If any benefits are still due, you will receive them. 2. It will show whether you received more benefits than due you last year. If you did, refund or adjustment will hnve to be made. 3. The report will furnish information as to your work and expected earnings in_1967 ; 8 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 bu. per hour. NEW BEHLEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! W*M (•»( itnrinc' Thi. fir* fUhlnt item Ann will hanH|» up |» MO bu i»t hour' Ann y»u ran ttrwel th» •«ii>mel)r nmlroli to riHivfr «r*in uf •nv dwrwl m.mturr. l)«Hfn«) with fr*«r movinii iwru in kt*p iU hi|h I?** 1 * ••'•** '••' •'**' '*•' K1»rtnr M PTU mtdrle. PnrtoM* »tf •Ullnn«r>. Thi* ramport dfytr n*\\y fmrtunrm — tn •(»«*, fffinenry end ron*vm«fir* AM IN mmft tar full f iMormetMrn. «e vlll re<e4*e ene mere New ftehten 4 Column CM•Jm»«i Dryer fer Dell.ery by July 1 — See Rei Taylor StE A,iO BUY AT Taylor Implement Co. AUOONA. IOWA Don't FERTILIZE Social security • • • •»•««• »<« rules reviewed yM If you are a social security beneficiary who had earnings I WIRING £ ej Connected or Corrected •UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-2223 iii 1111 M 1111 iTni'i -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store WHILE YOU WAIT . »IXU-Lil 11.11111111 i-r- Algona Flour & Feed Phillips Street (•••••••••••••••I YOUR BWfiEST COMBINE VALUE! Carpet "Party-Clean" Without Wetting August is a vacation month, but if carpet cleaning is one of the jobs to be done, we have a suggestion. We recommend HOST, the new method of cleaning carpets without wetting. Use carpet immediately after cleaning. Borrow our remarkable HOST Electric Up-Brush. It's easy. Clean walk-areas —only $5.95. ••MAPS FURNITURE mmm Alftni, low* 660 GRAIN COMBINE New Cese 660 Combine 40" Cylinder. 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Sieve Aree SEE AND BUY AT TAYLOR IMPLfMENT ALGONA CLIP AND SAVE Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates Af |>*|f THI WCUIITY $TAH |ANK » AlOOHA

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