Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1967 · Page 7
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, P t^l^^WW .MMMV feature story M Algerian /J^C // o TO J?Jf FIND Kirk Hayes, Atgona, (he subject of a feature story in the national Underwriters Review for September. The magazine is devoted to the insurance ; industry. The article "says in part: £ "Twenty - five thousand miles. That's equivalent to a- 'bout 13 trips from Des Moines t to Los Angeles or 20 trips from Des Moines to New «York. It's also the mileage rolled up by one Iowa man to attend Chartered Property «and Casualty Underwriter classes during the past three -years. #, "Kirk Hayes lives in Algo- 'ha, where he works for Drug- 'gists Mutual Insurance Company. Kirk drove to Des Moines once each week during « the 1964-65 school year to attend Parts I and V classes at 'Drake university. fo "He repeated the same rou- .tine for Parts II and III during the 1965-66 year. Having .passed these four exams he was able to "loaf" last year, attending only part IV classes. (Once again he was successful at exam time and we think he has earned the title, '25,000 flfileC. P. C. U The trip took Kirk about '2% hours each way. His schedule during the first two years involved leaving Algona ^around 1 p.m. to make the 4 p.m. Class at Drake. After 'this would come dinner, then 4 the second class from 7 to 9 .p.m., and then the long drive ^home. < , "What about bad weather during the winter months? Kirk reports that it was sel- jdom a problem and that he never had to miss more than (two classes a year because of this factor. And fortunately he was never involved in a traffic accident during the .period, although he did see ^many. 'I believe I saw an accident at every four-way stop between Algona and Des Moines,' he says. "But the trip itself, of course, was only a part pf the •time invested, in the prSgram^ 'I tried to study two hours for- every hour spent in class. This meant eight hours a week when two parts were invblv- ed.' Kirk did most of his studying evenings and also found some time on weekend afternoons." The article also said he did hot recommend the two courses at a time especially when commuting is involved. The C. P. C. U. designation in insurance is comparable to the Certified Public Accountant in accounting. Tales by Cathy ChriMhllloe Tuesday was a day off for the students but not for the teachers because of the county teachers meeting held in Algona. . Saturday marked the 19th annual Kossuth County Band Festival Along with the 3 Algona bands were 16 bands from around the county. Featured for the day were Miss Iowa and the Decorah Kitties, •.a famous drum and bugle corps. Debbie Kelley represented the Algona High School band. ; .--, I, .—AHS— •..•'. . Congratulations to Randy Riedinger and Tom Jones on being awarded . Engineer's Week Scholarships at Iowa State University. They took the necessary tests for the awards last spring. Both boys are seniors at A.H.S. —AHS— The Algona Bulldogs made it 3 in a row last week by defeating the Iowa Falls Cadets 40-7. A large Algona crowd was on hand for the victory. The real tests are the games aigainst Humboldt and our biggest foe, Webster City. Pep buses took students down to Humboldt Friday for the game. The Bulldogs will meet Webster City, here this coming Friday. Let's see a big crowd there to back the Bulldogs to victory and to show the Lynx who's on top! —AHS— The JV have remained undefeated by beating Twin Rivers 14-6. Their first home game will be here on Monday, Oct. 9, against the Humboldt JV. Livermore • Mrs. Maynw •CMt Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein drove to Perry, Iowa, Friday morning to get Mrs. John Dilg of Salem, Oregon, who came by train to spend a month's vacation here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Dilg is the former Florence HUlbert and a sister of Mrs. Mr. Dick Coleman and Mrs. John; Dilg of Salem, Oregon, visited Ray Gales at the Belmond hospital) Saturday after* nqon. , Sunday visitors in the Nick Klein 'home were Mrs. John DUg of Salem, Oregon, Mis. Harry Stalzer, Marjori* and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hildman and family of Weeley and Mr. and Mrs. Pick Cpleman, Diane and Richard. Mrs. Dick Coleman and Diane, Mrs. John Dilg and Mrs. Don Nelson, Donna and l#ura and Leverna Klein visited Mr, and Mrs, James Albus and family at Water- kx> on Monday. Mri. Dick Coleman and Mrs. John DU« visited at the Rudy HUdman home on Tuesday. Mrs. Dilg remained to spend a few days with her sis- ttr, Mrs. Hildman. Mri. John Dikj off Salem, Oregon was § Saturday dinner guest at the DM* Coleman emta was a Wednesday eve- Ard Celtmin of tyl«, Minn- rang visitor in the Pick Coleman home. Mr. tad Mrt, Alfetrt terte and family and Mr. and M« . Ted Collins of Algona were Thursday evening visitors in the Dick Coleman Sales tax up in report for 1st quarter Algonia showed a good gain in sales according to the sales tax report released last week. The report was for the quarter ending June 30. Bancroft, Titonka, and Whittemore showed gains but Burt, LuVerne, Swea City, and Wesley showed losses. The Algona gain was from $71,736 to $73,469. Most towns inSthe area} also- showediJinr ; creases^'- In comparison ••< with 'some years back the increase is considerably more, but also to be taken into account in that situation is the fact inflation has boosted sales prices which results in a higher sales tax income. For the year of 1966 Algona showed a total business in sales tax items of $17,818,718, indicating a good business area. A comparison of figures for selected towns in the area for 1966 and 1967 follows: Algona 71,736 73,469 Emmetsburg 38,749 42,965 Estherville 74,033 80,344 Humboldt 58,478 66,383 Eagle Grove 35,266 34,895 Britt 20,077 22,079 Garner 27,428 27,134 Forest City 31,579 34,761 Storm Lake 107,165 115,511 Bancroft 8,512 11,097 Burt 3,064 2;901 Lu Verne . 2,780 2,447 Swea City . 7,644 7,476 Titonka 5,566 5,661 Wesley 6,675 6,045 Whittemore 5,259 5,308 Spencer 126,514 132,746 Whs pronotion !• Korta A Rodman native and 1964 Garrigan High School graduate wa-s promoted to Specialist Five at Pusan Base Command (PBC), Korea September 28. Army Specialist William C. Elbart received his promotion and personal congratulations from 2nd Lieutenant Peter M. Boss, commanding officer of Headquarters Detachment, PBC after being in Korea less than three months. The specialist completed 13-momths of his military obligation in the U. S. before arriving overseas. Lieutenant Boss reminded Specialist Elbert that with this rank he has become a nion- commissioned officer and must be able to handle the responsibility that goes along with the advancement. THIRQ BIRTHDAY Mrs. yern Ifpdwt gave a Pfrty Somber 27 in honor of-fie third birthday of her daughter, Natalie, Guests were Amy Andrea^, ^*n<i Debbie W&. &f honoree's Kevin and sister Chryl were played and served. Burt railroad man has retired Burt — Walter Rente has retired because of ill health. He has been employed by the Northwestern railroad for 36 years. He purchased the Farm Service office, building north of the Legion Hall and is re- modemig this as a one bed room home. Livermore girl to honor group . Winona, Minn. — Receiving honors at the .*3/6tfa ^annual, thonor convocation at the College of Saint Teresa, Thursday, was Ann Wilson, a junior at the Winona College. Miss Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Livermore, will be inducted as a member of The Rainbow, honor society for juniors. Her academic average is 2.50. Membership in the society is based upon an excellent academic record. To be eligible a student must have earned an honor point average of 2.50. The highest honor point average which is possible to earn is 3.00. Stanley to speak here Oct. 17 State Sen. David Stanley, Rapublican candidate for the U. S. Senate, will be in Kos- sutlh County Tuesday, Oct. 17 to speak at a luncheon of District Council of Republican Women. Stanley, 39, served three terms in the Iowa House of Representatives and is in his second term in the Iowa Sanate. Senator Stanley, an attorney, is married and is the father of four children. LOCALS Tht CD of A will have their dinner and meeting at St. Cecelia's Thursday, Oct. 12 at 6:30. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Schil- moeller entertained at dinner last week Sunday, a farewell courtesy for their son Dr. CordelJ Schjlmoeller and family who have been living at Windom, Minn. Dr. Schil- moeller has been transferred to Los Angeles where he will attend a meat inspector training school and center, a new one recently established. The family will be living at La- Mirado, a new suburb of Los Angeles. Guests at the dinner were JOB WANTED — Man avail' able after 4 p.m. and Sat* urdays. Call 295-5282. , 1JW78 FOR SALE — 1962 Pord.OaK axie 500, 2 door, red, automatic transmission, power steering, radio. Excellent con* dition. $700. Ron Huisman, Titonka, la. Tel. 928-2314. 78-79* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sohilmoeller, Mason City, Floyd Sohilmoeller and Barbara Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke> have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Waller of De- oatur, 111 The Wallers are on a trip to the Fiji Island, Sidney, Brisbane and Melbourne, Australia. At the present they are traveling in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg visited Jess Dyer and other friends at Fort Dodge last week Sunday. Mrs. Emily Block spent the weekend at Mason City with .her daughter, Dolly Johnson. David Barie, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens has completed his army duty in Viet Nam and has joined his wife and little son at the Jergens. In a short time he 'and his wife and son will go to Jackson, Miss, where he will attend school. Mrs. David Hovey plans to join her husband at Hawaii in a short time and will spend a week with him. He will return to Viet Nam. Mrs. Hovey is employed at Good Samaritan Home I and makes her home with her mother-in-law, Mrs. L. E. Hovey. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hrbek, Omaha, Neb., have been here visiting friends. Mrs. Hrbek will be remembered as Blanche Turner, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Turner. Others in the family were Glenn, Grace, Dorothy, Nina and Harold. The visitors plan to stop in Des Moines to see Grace. Glenn and Nina are deceased. Grace was an .t employee, of the telephone * «&npjny. ?' ? t * Mrs. Mary Staab, LeMars, was found dead in the kitchen of her home Thursday morning. She is a former St. 'Benedict area resident and owns the farm the Gilbert Hrrgreaves live on, near Irv- iwgton. The Hardgreaves attended the services Saturday St. Joseph's church, LeMars, and burial was at Remsen. Dick McGinnis went to Perry Saturday to meet Philip Hargreaves, San Pedro, Calif., who will visit relatives here for two weeks, while his wife is visiting her family in Michigan. He will then go to Michigan to pick up a new car and he and Mrs. Hargreaves will return to Algona for another week, before returning to California. Dale McBride, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. McB'ride, 110 S. Blackford St., has been named a member of the 196768 Abilene Christian College A CappeUa Chorus. McBride, a 1962 graduate of Algona Community School, •is a junior psychology major at Abilene Christian. The A CappeUa is believed to be the second oldest chorus of its type in Texas. . The Algona Business and Professional Women will host their district director, Miss Lois Doolittle and district sec- treas., Mrs. Esther Juhl, both of Webster City, at a dinner meeting October 10 at the Johnson House. The program will be presented by the civic participation committee. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTS! »H'MiMllilllHIMin -KEYS- MAM AT THI ALOOWA Cout-to-Cowt Start WHItl YOU WAIT ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^BlPPimBHBl Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates M vmuiv ttUtUUt Af ^^^P' !fTW|^P^pp^|l| 4R9f THI SKUimr STATf IANK - MOONA Rtal Estate For Sak HOUSE FOR SALE By owner. Excellent 3 bedroom ranch home, carpeted living room and hall, full basement, one tide tiled. Attached garage. 105 North Roan St., Algona, Iowa Call 295-5351 after 4:30 p.m. for appointment. 77-82 REAL ESTATE — We solicit RENTAL and PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Accounts in ALGONA. Herbst Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 14w72-79 BUYING or SELLING? FARMS? HOMES? FARM LOANS AVAILABLE If you want either one, call ARNIE RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN — office 295-2491, Algona; also farm loans. ALGONA LAUNDRY BLDG. Across from Court House For Sale or Rent SEELEY REALTY CO. Algona, Iowa 295-2350 tfn FOR SALE — Service Station with good business. One of two in town of 600. See Robert Hamilton, Burt, la. Phone 924-3711. 78 & 80* »»»»»»»oee»eeeeeeeeeee Notices OPEN HOUSE MINNESOTA WOOLENS OCT. 13 ft 14 FRIDAY A SATURDAY Evelyn Prentice 115 Grove St. Algona 78* & 79 Hop ••eeeMeeeeeeeeeee»ee» FOR SALE — Purebred, SPF Duroc Boars, Gail Wolf, Lu- Verne, la. Phone Corwith 5832435. 76-79* FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars and gilts, vac. and blood tested. Bert Geerdes and Son. 3M> miles south, 1% miles east of Lakota. _J _ __ 74-101* FOR SALE — Duroc boars, fall and spring from tested boars,' also 1 herd boar. Paul Bernhard, Fenton. 925-3880. _ 18w71tfn F$R SALE — Quality Hamp$shire boars. Lickteig Bros., pKpne : 295jJ031, Algona, la. j. i •" • 61-84» •eeeeeeeeeeee For Rent ATTENTION HORSEMEN We carry most everything for the horse and horseman Veterinary Supplies GOOD. USED SADDLES WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING KEN'S SADDLE SHOP Phone 582-2772 Forest City, Iowa _ tfn RUGS, UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Rugs can be used the same day. Free estimate. Ben Bruhns, 3221, West Bend, Iowa. _ 22w67tfn NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES A SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E;KGrove * ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 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. 10w30tfn FOR RENT — Close in 1 bedroom home, $50.00 per month. Two — 1 bedroom apartments, furnished, $50.00$60.00. Herbst Real Estate, over Penneys. 23w78-81 Automotive FOR SALE — 1962 Ford "6" Galaxie 500 Sedan, white, stick, extra clean. $700.00. Allyn Brink, Lu Verne, Iowa (Algona 295-5780). 77-78* FOR SALE — 1959 FORD, V-8 with automatic trans. Extra clean, good condition. See at 422 S. Wooster after 5 p.m. $225. NEW "960" CASE COMBINE TO FRED ASA AND RAY CUNNINGHAM The above picture *how* Mr. Ate and Mr. Cunningham taking delivery of their new Case "960" Combine. It is fully equipped with c«b, robot, and 13' header. Case Combines are not new to th«se gentlemen, as they hive owned several over the paii 30 years. For your new combine, see the Taylor Implement Co. in Algona. They still have two new self-propel led machines ready for delivery. Taylor Implement Co. "Your Drying and Harvesting Headquarters" ALQONA IMp Wanted WANTED — Woman to clean house. Phone 295-2215, Algona, Iowa. ' 77-78* WANTED Trainees for Management • Buying Domestics - Fabrics & Associated Departments Shoes Mason City, Iowa Department Store Headquarters of several units Offei ing Advancement Progress Incentive Earnings Send Resume — Background • Salary Make appointment for Interview Box 400R, Algona, Iowa 50511 78-80 HELP WANTED — Waitresses — Hours 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. or 5 p.m. to 1 p.m. three nights a week or 6 nights a week. Dish washer, 3 days a week. Bus boy for weekends Van's Cafe, Algona. HELP WANTED — MALE or female — Start immediately — serve consumers with Rawleigh Products in Whittemore. Experience unnecessary. Write Rawleigh, Dept IAJ-50-1111, Freeport, Hi 61032. 76-80-84*' fro MOTKI Of FDOIATI Of Will, Of APMIMTMINT Of IXtCUTOft, ANO NOTKI TO CMOITOftS V IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA 4 , IN AND FOR K6SSUTH COUNTY . Prabato No. 9204 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF AUGUST F. STUDER, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF AUGUST F. STUDER Deccascd: ' • You are hereby notified that on the 4)h day of October, 1967, the lost will ond testament of August F. Studcr deceased bearing date of the 4th day of September, 1962 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Hazel F. Studer was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given 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. Doled this 4th day of October, 1967. Hazel F. Studer Executor of laid Estate Corwith, Iowa Address Delia Welter Attorney for sold Executor Algono, Iowa Lost ft Found «*«+•••«>•••< LOST — One white face steer calf, wt. 450 Ibs. last seen m the vicinity of Casey farm Reward. Leonard Tebben, 8823572, LuVerne, la. __ 22w77-78 LOST OR STRAYED recently in or around St. Benedict area, 1% year old black, white-faced heifer, wt. around 750 Ibs. If seen call or notify Adrian Harig — 5-3976. > ; ..' : :'''.. 1 28w78 Work Wanted 14 DELIVERIES IN 1967 up to 520 btt. per NEW BEHIEN 4 COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! W»l l«.l '!«• ...... II'" IH - IMil«i «i;.n •»•" •ill tanrtl* »!' 1" ''*' '•«« !«•' *".". A™ »"" \ mn I.IOTI Ih. .til.iulu .••«»'•< ..... Mi". •'•'" " ( •II* 4ntl^l nvwtutr. ll«i|nMl with lr»n nunti* If 'U I" h( ^l^. u '"•? . !•»£ •»!»• >'•' •H.l "•' Klxlln ... Hi I m.drU. . ••«• '"' '»! W« •ill '•(•••• •"• <*>•" M«w IthUn 4 C*lumn C*n- tlnvtul Or,. I l«r D.I.M', k r J"'T I — i« III Ml *•» tut «r Taylor Implement C «I«OHA. w«« Date of second publication 16th day of October. 1967 Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa. Oct. 9 and 16, 1967. NOTICI OF PHOBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 920J IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF RALPH A. DONOVAN, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF RALPH A. DONOVAN Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 4th day ot October, 1967, the last will and testament of Ralph A. Donovan dccascd bearing date of the 1st day .of September 1965. was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Lydia B. Donovan was appointed executor ot said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of thi» notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate arc 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 4th day of October, 1967. Lydia B. Donovan Algona, Iowa ; Executor of said Estate j*>, Address , y Linnon, Lynch 4 -Straubir. ' «ik Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 16th day of October, 1967. PiAlished in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, October 9 ond 16, 1967 . WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 9282464, Titonka, Iowa. 8w70-92 WANTED — Custom plowing. Richard Fritz. Phone 928-2464, Titonka, Iowa. 8w71-93 YOUR BMMEST VALUE! 680 GRAIN COMBINE N«w Cat* 660 Combine 40" Cylinder 4480 Sq. In. Separating Area 2830 Sq. In. Siev* Area SEE AND BUY AT mum IMPLEMENT ALGONA (•••••••••••••••I FERTILIZER NOW! Three sprMder truck* ft serve you with proscription-blended fertiliier from our plant. C«M VI tnd we'll make arrangements to spread your firm. For* tiliier spreading if now in full swing at . , . Algona Flour & Feed Phillips Fertili,er" Atpm« »

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