Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 6
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e—Aleons ((owe) Advance THURSDAY, SEPT. 7,1W7 Schedule for TB test for Kossuth given The Kossuth T-B Assn., with Iowa Tuberculosis and Henllli Assn.. and the Iowa State Department of Health, will make tuberculin tests available from September 5 through September 28 to all 1st, 5lh. and 9th and 12th graders in Kossuth county. School personnel wil Iv urged to have the tuberculin test also. Even though the rate of active disease among this group is small, they ai* working closely with children, who arc very suscCptablc to the infection. Dr. Arnold Reeve, director of the division of tuberculosis control for the Iowa State Department of Health, has said "To eradicate tuberculosis we must stop infecting our children." Parents of the children to be tested arc urged to com- plate their "parent consent" forms promptly and properly. No child can be tested without the consent of parent or guardian, and signed consents must be returned to the .school before the testing day. Letters being sent home with students explain in detail the tuberculin test and how it will be administered In the Mantoux test a small amount of germ-free liquid is administced to the forearm. Three days later the area tested wil be checked by a nurse, the test will show whether or not 'tuberculosis germs are present. First gvacl- crs may be assured by their parents that the "pin-prick" test causes very little discomfort to the patient. A positive reaction to tihe test simply means that at.somc time prior the person was exposed to the tubercle bacilli. It does not mean that thero is evidence that the person i.s suffering from . tuberculosis. However, all reactors should have chest x-rays. Closo associates of reactors from among students and school personnel arc also urged to have tests. This includes family members, close friends, and other close assocates. Sept. 5, Tuesday — 8:30 A SPECIAL OFFER " For College Students! It won't bo long now before College Doors will be opening for another year. Prepare now to stay in touch with the many things that are happening each clay in your home town by including The Advance in your Back To College plans. Take advantage of the 1967 College Student Special below: Subscription to The Kossuth County Advance 9 Month ... .'..', ., .(Regular price would; be' J$S.2!i) $ <* ':! t Please send The Kossuth County Advance to the College Student listed below Mr- starting on the date indicated. Enclosed is my check for $3.50. Name of Student College Address City . Start Sending The Advance On State WEDDING INVmitONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS are a specialty at the ALGONA ADVANCE URGE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM Printed • Thermogrephod - Engraved SOCIALLY CORRECT STYLES Plain folders, paneled folders, fancy wedding boll doelgm, liturgical, etc. THANK YOU NOTES • NAPKINS FOR RECEPTION Price), quelity end ether things being equal, we) feel that TRAblNG AT HOME IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE There is no need to let e dressmaker sell you your wedding invitetiene and announcements. Your "homo-town" newspaper it where you expect wedding pictures, detailed wedding write-ups, stories off showers and receptions to be used . . . and we are glad to print them. The out-of towner gives you none of this. Think it over ... iff a wedding is in your plans for the near future, we'll be happy to work with yev for exactly the correct style in printing, thermography or engravinf. Algona Advance Public, Retarded; ftead Sept. a.m. St. John's, Bancroft, Public, Retarded, Read Sept. 7. Sept. 6, Wednesday-;- 8:30 a.m.—Titonka; Read Sept. 8; 10:45 a.m.—St. Joe's, Wesley; Read Sept 8. Sept. 11, Monday—8:30 a.m.—Swea City; Read Sept. 13. 10:45 a.m. Lakota; Read Sept. 13; 1 p.m., Ledyard; Read Sept. 13. Sept. 12, Tuesday—8:30 a.m. — LuVerne, retarded: Read Sept. 14. 10:15 a.m. S». Benedict, Read Sept. 14. 1 St. Joe's, Bode. Read Sept. 14. Sept. 18, Monday—8:30 a,m. Sentral, Rend, Sept. 20; 12:30 St. Michael's, St. Paul's; Read Sept. 20. Sept. 19, Tuesday, 9:00 am., Garrigan's, 10:30 a.m. St. Cecelia's, Read Sept. .21. Sept. 25, Monday—8:00 a.m.—Algona, retarded; Read Sept. 28. dies Aug. 25 at Corvallis A former Algondan, David Woodside (Wood) Moore, son of the late J. M. Moores, died August 25 at Corvallis, Ore., and services were held August 29 at 10 a.m. with burial in Willamette national cemetery at Portland, Ore. He was born Nov. 11, 1895 in Algona. His father was a long time member of the Kossuth board of supervisors.. He was a veteran of World War I and served over seas. Ho graduated from Algona high school in 1916. Sept. 25, 1937, he was married to Edna Rickard, of Corvallis, who survives as does a son Joseph and his wife and daughter Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore flew to Corvailis for the services of his brother. Other surviors are a sister, Mrs. Marguerite Gardner, Algona, and brothers Dr. Robert G. Moore, Dundap; Don P. Moore, Escandido, Calif.; Harold L. 'Moore, Rochelle, 111.; James M. Moore, Marshalltown; Ralph L. Moore, Lebanon, Tenm.; William J. Moore, Rochelle; C. Earl Moore, DeKalb, 111.; and Louis W. Moore, also of Roohelle. A brother, John Claire Moore, Montpelier, Ida., */died recently. A daughter .«£[• rthe latter, Mrs. Kathryn.Bai';,, *reitt, Montpelier, also attend-''" ed the services. Entries sought for Youth Speaks 'High school students in Kossuth county wiho have not sent in entry blanks for the Young American Speaks contest may still participate il the entries are mailed no later than Saturday, Sept. 9. •LOCALS- Mr and Mrs. Harold Gatton, Sexton, entertained at a farewell dinner for thedr son Joe who enlisted in the army. Present were his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Howard ELsohen, LuVerne, and son Keith, brothers, David and Tim and sister Peggy, Mr. and Mrs. Glen W Jenk- insons, Algona, parents of Mrs. Gatton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Sheffield an aunt and uncle, Sandy Graham of Burt and David Hix of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Har. old Gatton took ther son Joe to Spencer Sunday where he was flown to Des Moines where he was inducted In the army to go to Kentucky for his schooling. «f the guest box*. A m*pton *|£ held fotidW- inf in* cfifefnofiy in tho churt* ptfbrf With Mr tfri Mn. Herbert Zufmch, hosts. Mr*. Theodore Meier cut the cake and Mrs Dutne Wtd- del served it. Patty Dietrich tfld Pauline Houswifth served punch. MM. Floyd Vader, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Rose Johneon, aunt of the groom, served coffee. She attended St. Paul's Lutheran School in Whittemore, gaduated from Sentral High School, Pcnton, attended Professional Institute at Minneapolis and is employed at Mesa. He attended the Fenton school and graduated from Sentral High School and attended two years of junior college at Mesa and at present is employed at Mesa where he will attend Arizona State University this fall. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS FASTI Mier An examination tor master at Lone Rock* •ft.13 a year, will be open foriocep- Unce of applications until September 20, by the U. S. Civil Service Commission. Competitors for the postmaster vacancy must have at least one year of experience (education above high school level may be substituted for 6 months of experience) showing that they have the ability to maintain simple records of accounts or that it has given them the knowledge of postal procedures. Applicants must .take a written test. Complete information may be obtained at the Lone Rock post office. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTSI Ex-Whittemore girl weds Whittemore — Nancy Jane Walker of Mesa, Ariz., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Walker, W'hittemore and Marlyn Steinb&rger, son of Mr.- and Mrs. Glenn Holtorf Of, 'Mesa, were married August 20 at 8:30 p.m. in St: Paul's Lutheran Church. Rev. Oleo Kautsch officiating at the double ring cere- cony. Reuben Butake, organist, accompanied Mrs. Cleo Kutsc'h, solost Mrs. Roger Dreyer, sister, of the bride, was her personal attendant. Mrs. Riohafrd A. ^Peterson was her sisters' matron of honor and Inez Hanover was bridesmaid. Tim Struecker was groomsman and Warren Househoder was best man. Gene Walker, brother of the bride, and Cliff Steinberger, uncle of th»i groom, were ushers. Mrs. Gene Walker was in charge NATIONAL BARROW SHOW SEPTEMBER 11-12-13 PROGRAM Men., Sept. 11 Tuts., Sept. 12 —Judging centeitt for 4-H, FFA and col- ics* (••mi, and Ham>Loin Indei Centait for .11. —Judging — Rarkihire end Chatter Whit* barrewt, been end gilts. — Mn e» priia-wirming heart end gilli, thaie lama breedi. —evening banquet — ipaakar, Or. E. F. Sceuttan, vice president af •arsennal far The Maytag Canaan*, Nawtan, lawa —lodging — Hamaihire, Paland China, Ourac, and La«dreca earrowi, bear* and gilti, and creiiared barrawi. —Selas af arite winning baari and giltt, th*ia. tama breeds. Wed., Sept. 13 -^-Judging — Spot and Yarkthire aarrewi, bears and gills. —12:30 p.m. — Judging — purebred and crossbred truckleads af 10 market hags, Champion Trucklaad. —4:JO p.m.— freed Champion farrows. —6:00 p.m. — Grand Champion larraw. —7:00 p.m. — Sale of market hogs. The Greatest Exhibit of Swim, Swim Equipment end Services at any shew 2,500 meat-type barraws, high-quality bears end gilts frem every Cam lelt state and ethers. Outstanding aihibits af bears (• breeds) from certified litters. 7$ truckieeds af market bags (10 ta a load), purebred and crassbrad. Twe buildings filled with displays af madern hog-cara equipment, feeds end ether services. , "THE WORLD SERIES OF SWINE SHOWS" CLAY COUNTY FAIR CELEBRATING OUR "GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY" SEPTEMBER 11-17, 1967 SPENCER, IOWA AFTERNOONS _ _ _ EVENINGS _^ MONDAY SEPT. 11 TUESDAY SEPT, 12 I WEDNESDAY ' SEPT. 13 I THURSDAY ' SEPT. M FRIDAY SEPT. 1$ SATURDAY SEPT. 16 SUNDAY SEPT. 17 I Destruction Derby Haraess Racine, Chuck WHO* Races Chuck Wafoa Races Car Races I Pat Boone Skew | Pit Boone Shew 7 B .». I PatBoo«eShow9:30pjn. I Tri-Stito Redeo I Tri-State Rodeo , , ... ' Modified Stock Cir Races Modified Stock Car Racos I Midfot Car Races | Modified Stock Car Races | — 1067 Special Features: TRACTOR PULLING CONTffT » HORSESHOE *ITCHINC • ROSf SHOW PONY SHOW . ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE - ANNIVERSARY DOOM HORSE AMP Reserved Roy Seat (Pat Rams fkewl .._ Reserved Grandstand (Pet Reem !!»»*) — Reserved Re* Seat (All Otfcar Shewe) —. SUP Reserved Grandstand (All O***r Sfc«w») _ |I.Sf tk. FURNITURE AUCTION Having sold my home I will hold a public aoc-. tion at my home located at 551 East South Street on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 At 1:30 P.M. FURNITURE: Small Admiral refrigerator; Tappen apt. size gas stove; Wooden drop leaf table and three chairs; 2 utility stands; Several dishes, pots and pans; Duncan Phyfe set; 3 occasional rockers; Platform rocker; Beige davenport and chair; 4 shelf book case; Coffee table; Carpet sweeper; Radio; Wooden folding chairs; Several pictures; Oak library table Electro- lux vacuum sweeper; 2 piece bedroom set; Dresser; Steel bed; Night stand; Several throw rugs; Several blankets; Coronado wringer washer; Old trunk; Step ladder plus many more small items. Cash Day of Sale. Not Responsible For Accidents/ Mrs. Rena B. Cruikshank Owner Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer Auctioneers and Clerks 'LATE CORN • LOW CORN PRICES • LABOR SHORTAGES • NEW LOW DOWN- PAYMENTS ON DRYERS "THIS IS THE YEAR" ejr me..*.. toe, tnis is me year re ovy e .— -, Continuous or lehlen latch Dryerl Over IS new unit* delivered this year, Look what you can do with a portable dryer. I, Mobile — move from site to site or form to ferml t Low operating cost — 1%* bu. operating ceit on IS pts. moisture removal. 3, P. T. O. or Electric Driven 4, High Capacity - 400 -400 bu, per hr. capacity -, Keep up with big combines. 5, Cuitom work — High return en investment: 4. Eesy to remove just the amount of moisture you desire — 13 • 13 • 14% or wherever you went. 7. High resale value. Taylors feel they have the I best lines of continuous dryers on the morket, backed by companies who both have the most experience in the drying field. Tedey dryers are taking 34 weeks to obtain from the manufacturer. See us new for your new drying unit. Remember «• only 15% down payment, 4% simple, 1(0it and S year terms thru ASC — Sii US NQWI Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Drying * Harvesting Headquarters" Phone 29524*7 AlCONA, IOWA

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