Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 6
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K JULIAN CMRIiCHIUIS sun Tut tarter* itifiMF MMtfft StttMiif' ' . three- a dessert, too! u%*u *•»> w included INSURANCE COMPANIES, are now_oHerta(; lower formal instruction. Results after two years showed the ^er-school group had 75 accidents involving 56 persons and the unedu cated" group had 71 accidents involving 58 persons — almost a drawf We P d still say the courses do a great deal of good. * * * MAILBAG: From ex-Algonan Norm Best a clipping seems, ing and snow shoveling. "Quoting Iowa Commission chairman Earl Burrows: it <PPms ridiculous to go this route," Burrows reported, but where do you draw £ e line? We might as well get young peo- pie used to taxes for they'll be with us for a , Ion [tune. To which the Times concluded, "And so, it will boondogling by those fellows we elected. To which we add "Amen." RONALD REAGEN is somewhat of a phenomenon on the political scene. He is one of several ex-movie stars to g£ 1 politics - George Murphy Shirley Temple *re otters to name a few - but he appears destined to go quite a little distance in the political field — maybe to the top! * * * WEL'LL WAGER a Titonka college student had tired lees on a recent Friday . . . Allan Janssen, son of Rev. and S. John Janssen of Titonka, was one of six Central CoUege students who alternated in pedaling thr °* b ' k «* j'T L Xj to Decorah as part of a marathon prior to thei Central-Luther football fiame . . they started at 2 p.m. Friday and hoped toarSteThalf-hour before game time. Their e forts must have paid off - Central, one of the top small college teams in the midwest, won the game. * * * x • BURNS NUGENT, who recently joined KWWL at Waterloo, reports Algona's ABC reception on TV should be im- Drovine very shortly . . . KWWL also owns the channel 6 Kn g S. TV station which is an ABC affiliate and he further reports that Austin has erected a new 1,000-foot tower (She old one was only 350 feet) and the tower will be InTse someUrne next week" . . it is also located 12 miles west of Austin and, closer to this area than the od one . . . lye checked the terrain on the map and believe that reception in Algona should be excellent," Nugent reports. We hope so! week byAHSclub National DBCA Week—'honoring the Distributive Education Clubs of America, the on- •ly national youth organization operating through the public schools to- attract young people to careers in marketing awl distribution — is being observed in the Algona Community High School fYx>m Nov. 5 to Nov. 11. Eleven seniors and 18 juniors are enrolled in the DEC A program at the Algona high school. Officers of the local club are Jeff Snere, pres.; Diana Gisch, vice; Donna Moehle, sec.-treas.; and Carol Stebbins is historian. A proclamation designating 1ihe local observance was issued by Mayor Finn for the Community of Algona and a proclamation for observance in the Junior-Senior High School was signed by Supt. O. B. Laing. Chartes Ullom, Teacher-Coordinator for the program, said the primary goal of DECA is to develop leadership among students planning to make their careers in retailing and distribution. Nationally, there are 3,000 >DECA clubs in 49 states, Puerto Rico aind the District of Columbia, with a membersMp exceeding 88,000 students. All •enrolled in Distributive Education courses in their school. Many Algona business leaders >are involved in the activities of DECA. The businesses provide laboratory en- virortmenit in which the student tests, observes, applies concepts and skills learned in /the Distributive Education Class. , . i *• Ja€«ueii«eUmfcu|h/t**0' am Sigsbee are being tra.li* , . M 1*1, Mit.i~. <*»^*i-*i*i. *^^i_j r**.*** f arV/tAAfe, WIK. IT W^HWWV'v ^••••™—»^--r •— •--- — dent at Faith Bible College, will be home for Veteran* day weekend. She is also employed in the First National bifik at Ankeny. ' ' • . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ltmbaugh were visited over the weekend by the former's parent* Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Limbaugh, of Greenfield. A Woman's Pretbyterial meeting was held Wednesday at Ackley with several members from the local church in attendance. Glenn Strayer has been home a few weeks from Park hospital, Mason City, where he had surgery to correct adhesions. He is feeling quite well now. Judy Knoll and Mary Ellen Nieman, Cedar Rapids, visited last weekend at the Larry Knoll's. Both are teachers in Cedar Rapids. •' ... Mrs. Larry Knoll visited last week at the home of her daughter and son-in-law,,Capt. and Mrs. R. C. McMahon at Fort Campbell, Ky. Dr. R. K. Richardson and his wife left Sunday afternoon for Rochester, Minn., where he will attend a, Mayo clinical review to be held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson attended the funeral services last week at St. Paul, Minn, for Mrs. Edna Laugh lin in her early 70's. Death was sudden, and she was an aunt of Mrs. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson Algona, and daughter Inez Jane, and Mr. and Mrs.-Larry Hudson attended the funeral services Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Fenton for Paul Hudson, father of Oran, who died Saturday at an Omaha, Neb. hospital where he had been for several weeks. He he survived by his wife and several sons. While Mr. and Mrs. Willi- ferred from Lacrosse, Wis. to Waterloo, their daughter Ka. thy Sigsbee and son William jr. have been staying w th the parents Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Feaster. Mrs. Feaster's mother Mrs. Ole Knutson of Bradgate has bee'n here assisting, as Mrs. Feaster had to spend a little time at St. Ann hos- Pi Mr; and Mrs. Roy HuheM and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell went to Earlham Sunday. The Roy Hutzells visited with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester and the Lawrence Hut- zells visited with a niece and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Standing and Miriam. They also stopped at Boxholm to see Pastor and Mrs. Leroy Johnson, son-in-law and daughter of the Lawrence Hut' zells. H. W. Stebriti has returned from visits at Cedar Rapids and Rock Falls, .111. with his sons-in-law and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilhelmi respectively. While at Rock Falls he was visited by Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien who are visiting with their son-in- law and. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorpe. Mrs. Thorpe -has not been well of late and the grandparents are caring for the children and household. ' Mrs. Lydia Wetxel was visited Sunday by her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wetzel and Dale, Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell spent the weekend at Minneapolis with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson. Mrs. Stockwell was recently dismissed from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had treatments for bursitis. Charles A, spencer, W, A)- «_rty — goiii, was charged with fail- junior it the ure to yield the right of way Friday, Nov, 3 after an iccij dent that occurred at 3:53 p.m. at the intersection of east State and Roan street*. Spencer, driving * 1W7 Butck, wi* going east on State when he collided with the 1959 Chevrolet driven by Marly* Ann Curtis, Burt, who was going north on Roan street. There was $350 damages to the Curtis car and $1,000 to the Spencer , auto. The Algona polic 2 department investigated. Sunday afternoon. Nov. 5, at 4:37 p.m., Lamont Morris Wegner, 21, of Algona, was driving at the Kossuth county fairgrounds artd hit a pole, resulting in $250 damages to the 1958 Plymouth he was driving. He was charged by the Algona police with not having* control of the vehicle. Dualn of 1 thli liw *%&** „,, | ft d To»y Stewifl. • MAXIMUM A 4- S- 6- 7V» SHOT 12 Oi. SHOTGUN SHELLS 2.44 S DAYS ONLY Nov. 9 thru Nov. 14 PER BOX ©09 Tractor-car damagt case is filed Harold and Betty Wehrspan have brought suit for damages against Willie Kruse as the result of a car • tractor crash on highway 44 a half mile south of Fenton. The petition alleges the tractor did not have-rear red lighting. The petition asks $5060 damages for Betty and for Mr. Wehr- span $1787.50 for car damage, $194.98 medical bills plus $500 for future medical bills for Betty for a total of $2482.48. "EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER" AT ii NEW STORE HOURS: 9a.m. to 5:30 p.m. was* in the service during World War I and was wounded. He is survived by a daughter, Marie Rahn, of Ghariiton, one niece and nephew. Rites held Wednesday for Lone Rock man Services held Wednesday for Emma Liesner IT'S PROBABLY out of season but golfers think golf 12 months of the year so this ."Psalm for a Sabbath Morning is still appropriate ... it is not original, thank you: The Pro is my Shepheard, 1 stall not slice. He maketh me to Drive Straight down green fairways; He leadeth me Safely across Still Water-Hazards; He restoreth my Approach Shots. He leadeth me in the Paths of Accuracy for my Game's Sake. Yea, though I clip through the Roughs in the Shadows of Sand Traps, I will fear no Bogies. For his Advice is with me; His Putter and Irons they comfort me. He prepareth a Strategy for me in the presence of mine Opponents; He annointeth my head with Confidence; The Cup will not runneth over! Surely Birdies and Eagles shall follow me all the Rounds of my Life. Funeral services Were held. Wedniesday^iJ plm.;" alt the Fetttoa Methodist church, for EEo ftahn, 80 year old Lone Rock area farmer wiho died Monday, Nov. 6 of self inflicted gunshot wounds. The iRev. Russell Eldridge ' officiated. Burial was in the Fenton townslhip cemetery, at Lone Rock, the Garry funeral home of Bancroft in charge. Kerr- Hammerstrom Post 557 of the American Legion, Lone Rock, conducted military graveside services. Palbearers were Ray Jensen, Laurence Rath, Herschel Hartman, Elmer Krause, Arnold Ranney and Woodrow Pettit. Bllo Raton was born October 1, 1887 at Lone Rock. His parents were Conrad and Katharine Kniss Raihn. Mr. Ralhn August and Amelia Kahn. She was married in December, 1907 at Armstrong to Robert Liesner, who survives. They farmed for 22 years near Lotts Creek and moved to Algona in 1929. Mrs. Liesner died early Sunday at St. Ann hospital. A daughter died in f 191$ at the age of two years. £ Mrs. Liesner was a : member— |bf the trinity Lutheran, church, the Ladies Aid and taught Sunday school for ma- ;ny years. Funeral- services "for. Mrs. Robert Liesner, 80 year old Algona woman, were held on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, the Rev. Paul Sohn officiating. Burial was in the Lotts Creek cemetery with the McCullough funeral home of Algona in charge,. Pallbearers were Albert Hagg, Albert Meyer, William Dau, G. A. Wittkopf, Marc Moore and Nick Gengler. Emma Amelia Kahn was born May 9, 1887 at Freeport, 111. She was the daughter of Post office to be closed Nov. 11 The post office will be clos- ed'on Saturday, Nov. 11, Vet- eranls Day. There will be no window service anJ no carrtelr deliveries in town or country. Incoming mail will be worked to post office boxes and outgoing mail will be dispatched ' as usual. Special delivery mail will be delivered. There will be a clerk on duty distributing mail from 4 to 10 a.m. and from 2 to 8 p.m. 1967 FALL HUNTERS DUCK AND GEESE HUNTERS — Com* in and get your Shooting Hours Card. And for good hunting, you may need a now .12, .16 or .20 gaug* SHOTGUN. Wo hav* 'em — doublo barrel* and pumps, automatics and SHELLS. .-See our hunting coats, 'caps, socks, pants, rain?j**rka»; $oats, .hip boots,'waders, shell bolts and bags, Thermal Socks, Hand warmers A fluid, Boat Cushions and Safoty Lifo Vosts. Dow Drop Inn At . . BECKER'S SPOBTHW MODS Algona, Iowa — Notice— We, the undersigned residents of Emmet county are opposed to trespassing en our land. Notice is hereby given that our farms are closed to hunting by anyone not having a dated, written permit from the landowner or tenant. Gust Knudson O. Harold Johnson ClydoL.Hall Jamos Whitohouso James McGregor ' H. W. l>aponfuhs Richard Boavor August Andresen Donald Quastad Palmar Paulson Virgil Wost .Sylvester Borgo Dalo Young Edgar Worsen Bill Bryan Leonard Rudd Arnold Olson R. Dalo Rawling L. M.Rawling Robert Woods \\ Jim Simon Laurence Hanson Kenneth Hanson Duane Dallmann Lester Ramsey Edwin Tomlinson Glendon Prescott Jerold D. Johnson Kenneth Thiel Milford Brown "It looks sporty, yet it has class!' Mrs. Joyce Cotter, houMwile, with daughter. Cynthia and Candace. MEN'S CLUB MEETS The Methodist Men's dinner and meeting was held on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Depenbusch showed slides and told of their trip to the Holy Land and their visit i nGermany with Mr. and Mrs. Eduard Kaib. REPUBLICAN WOMEN The Republican Women's Club of Kossuth County met Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 1:30 at the library in Titonka. The topic was "Concern with Presidential Candidates." The Republican Women of Titonka were the hostesses. SERVING DINNER TODAY The Methodist WSCS Local Activities group will serve dinner at noon Thursday (today) to the Algona Sub-Dis,- trict Ministers and wives who will be meeting at the parsonage. . Mrs, L. C. Fiber entertaip- ed her Knit and Sew club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Car] Swanson, sister ol Mrs. V4 Hagg of Dell Rapids, S. P., was i guest. CABP eLyiMJITINf! Mrs, Leo TWlges entertam- ed her card club Wednesday. The club was entertained the previous Wednesday by Mrs. Mary Seller. FATHER-SON BANQUET A Fathers and Sons banquet was held Monday, Nov. 6, at the Presbyterian church social rooms. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Lowell Smith entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. John Cash was hostess to her card foursome Monday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. A. J. Ricklefs entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg went to Dell Rap'<is, S. D. Sunday and brouglu back with them Mrs. Hogg's sister Mrs. Car* Swanson who remained here till Thursday. Mr. end Mrs. Walter Peterson and Kim were weekend guests of her sister, the Don Stavers, Fort Pod**. Join the big group who are snapping up our great @) used car buys 1966 Plymouth VIP 4 doer •edin, V-8 engine, automatic tran&mistion, radio, tinted glats and ill thoM othor extras- LOW LOW MILEAGE. SAVE S 1966 Chevrolet Impala 4 door. sodan, V-l tngint, Powerglide, powtr steering, radio, tinted glass .___ SAVE $ 1966 Chevrolet Biscayno 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder ongino, standard transmission, radio, roar speaker _ $1595.00 1966 ChtvroUt Biscayno 4 door »*dan, V?l •pgln.t, standard 3 spood transmission, radio - CLEAN $1695,00 1964 Chevrolet Impala 4 door sedan, V-l engine, Poworglidt transmission, radio, tintod gl*ss ___—_"_ $1150.00 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door 6 passenger Station Wagon, 6 cylinder engine, satndard transmission, radio, tinted glass, etc. Low mileage—Clean $1425.00 1961 Ford 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder 'engine, standard transmission, Red - $750.00 1962 Chevrolet 4 door S* dan, Bel Air, V-i engine, automatic transmission, radio, tinted glass "_. M25.00 1941 Chevrolet Bisceyne 2 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission, radio, engine just overhauled (rings, bearings, etc.) BARGAIN ——!,- - $495,00 1961 Rambler 4 door Station Wagon, 6 cylinder, , standard trans. $350,00 1958 Chevrolet Biscay no 4 door, 6 passenger Station Wagon, V-8, Power- glide $125.00 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Station Wagon, V-8 angina, automatic transmission, radio. EXTRA GOOD ——-_ CLEAN 1965 Chevrolet 2 Ten Truck, 102" cab to e*!a. Extra good |;25 * 20 • 10 ply tire*. 327 - V4. 2 speed axle. Very clean, 1949 Chevrolet V 4 ton pickup, 4 speed transmission. Th« '§§ with the nt w CM safety If ituret are at y»»r iwtek to al*r'«. MOTORS v u ( n f T SCHU LTZ BROS. SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA, IOWA RLGONA

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