Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 20, 1967
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New Books ^ . SPORTS Buffalo Center Muller and Logue on IDPA all-state teams 0' Opening Hours: Men,', Tues., thurs., 1:30 « 6 p.m., 7 ' 1:30 p.m.; Wed. 9 • tltJO a.m., 1:30 • 6 p.m., 7 1:30 p.m.; Prl. 12 * 6 p.m., 7 • 1:30 p.m.; Sat. 9 -11:30 a.m., t 1:30 • « p.m. The Algona Public Ubrary has taken on a new look this past year with many new improvements in the interior of the .Library. Air conditioning has, been installed in the children's library as well as • new drinking fountain for the young people. In the newly remodeled upstairs library new wall to wall carpet enhances the beauty of the Library as well as keeping the •bund of footsteps to a minimum. Walnut chairs with dark green olive upholstery ire placed around a reading table for those who like to spend a quiet afternoon or evening reading at the Library, as well as adding a living room effect. New study tables And Chairs are also one of the hew features in the Library . with a large Wooden Wall lhagazine rack for displaying current magazines. In the office of Mrs. Kitty Phillips a file cabinet and desk have been purchased in the past year. Indeed the Algona Library has a new face and extends a warm welcome to the community. With the addition of many new and exciting books purchased for your reading pleasure the Algona Library is one that we may be indeed ptoud of. f New books now in the Library. t FICTION WEST LEAFY RtyERS by ~ Jessamyn West. [ . GABRIEL HOUNDS by Mary \ Stewart. THE THIRD GIRL by Agatha 'Christie. • / LEMON IN THE BASKET by Charlotte Armstrong, f HE CONFESSION OF NAT 1 TURNER by Stryon. CHRISTY by Catherine Marshall. . ; NON FICTION &MAN-C LuVerne high school's boys dropped-their opening game of the season Tuesday night of last week, 76-72 (bo Buffalo Center, despite having a pair of men in the 20's in scoring. Coach Bryce Wickett's Lions fell behind early in the game, 23-17 at the quarter and had to play catch-up the rest of the way. Doug Nelson and Duane Will paced the scoring for the Lions with 23 and 22 points respectively. * Buffalo Center was in front 41-31 at the haJf. De- Wayhe Torkelspn led the Bi- sons , with 26 points. LUVERNE (72) fg ft pf Nelson 1____ 8 7 5 Will-- 10 2 5 Bristow 4 1 5 Barber _________ 0 03 Wolf 62 5 Schipull •.--_ 1 0 1 Swansoh --_—,__ 0 0 1 Hansen ________ 0 2 2 Selby _________ 0 0 1 i.TOTALS 29 14 28 BUFFALO CENTER - (76) fg ft pf Gray 5 3 5 Dontje 1 1 5 Holland 1 0 15 Torkelson 9 83 Berhow 2 72 Smith 6 1 0 Rush 1 03 Letcher 3 12 TOTALS 27 22 25 »eeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeee Jack Mullet ot high school wai placed on the Fourth IDPA all-state team Friday in selections •motinc- ed. The 220-pound Mutter, I 6'4" senior, gained over 2,000 yards in two seasons with Ihe Bears. Geoff Mkketoon of Hum* boldt was placed on the first atl-state team as tackle. Tim Shelton, Webster City's fine end, was named on the sec- <md team and Doug Logue pf Twin Rivers was given a third team backfield post, the highest honor ever accorded a Twin Rivers athlete. Also named was Fred Fraizer of Thompson to the fifth team. Given Honorable Mention were ends Dave McCarthy of Gartigan and ABke Ohristensen ot Twin Riven; guard Jim Utt of Algona; and backs Jerry Nerem cf Sentral, Roger Clark, Twin Rivers, Randy Riedinger, Algona and Dean Hansebnan of West Bend. Announce 1W farmreseal& Mrs. Kenneth Brenea 'eeeeeeeaeaa'aeeaaeaeeee- The Francos Sullivans spent Sunday ait Ames visiting their daughter, the James Jensens for Timothy Michael's first birthday. The'Raymond: Plohits visited at 'the Clyde Thaws and Gordon Skhal homes alt Waverly Sunday. The Gordon . Skhals (Alice Pichl) moved to Waverly only recently from 'Mnneapolis, Minn.\ He is employed by the Carnation plant there. Mrs. Skhal is the OTHERS BETWEEN PARENT AND ^ CHILD by Dr. Haim G. Gin-, Vott. ->..:• :•. .' : -?S*';•-.'• SHOWAL OF STARS by Hugh Downs. An Autobigraplhi-. oal Travel. ]4-H CLUBS U.GO-I-GO ^U-Go-W-6 4-H club met at we Extension Office with all girls as hostesses, Initiation of new members and Installation of new officers for 1968 were held. The Christmas parity was planned and the girls drew names for exchanging gifts. Girls planned their Community Activity and were given project sheets, Talks were given by Diane Muller, Diane Winter, and Marcy Diamond. A demonstration was given by Bemadette Reilly. Guests were all mothers. Reporter is Joyce Stfert. I" USE THE "PEACH" . TO REACH 27,000 HOMiSI The Laurel Petersons hlad guests for Laura Jo's baptism in day, morning ,at^.IminaiQt- City.- Her baptismal dress was. the dress her grandmother, Peterson, wore baptism. Sponsors were Liian and LaDerie Brandt. Guests after services were Rev. Julius Peterson family, the August Brandts, Rudolph 'Petersons, Swea Oily, and Otto Falks, Spicer, 'Minn., paternal and matter- nail grandparents, Abigail Fallk, Atwater, Minn,, and the, Allen Petersons and Sandy, White Bear Lake, Minn. Servicemen WINS PROMOTION FT. CARSON, COLO. TNC) — David L. Culbertson, 23, son of Mrs. Doris A. Culbertson, Algona, was promoted to Army specialist five Odt. 31 at Ft. Carson', Coto., whdre he is serving as an: operating room specialist assigned to Company. B of the 9Ui Medical Battalion, Has father, Gten Culberlson, lives on Rloute 2, Burt. His wife, Linda, lives at 1706 S. Grand, Eon- metsburg. Wheat, corn, sorghum, soybeans, oats, «nd barley 'from the 1987 crops wMch are under •price-support loans in on- farm storage, or in commercial. storage, will be eligible for loan extensions (reseal) before the respective crop loans mature in the spring arid summer of 1066. it was announced October 26• by Secretary of Agriculture Or-.ville L. Freeman. Decisions on reseating of current * crops are normally made near the end of the marketing year. This early announcement win.permit better advance planning by farmers and should strengthen '.'prices. .' ; ' , : ; :' ' All farmers who;,arf eligible for price support oh 1067 crops will 'be eligible for resea^ either on -the farm or in^commercial itorage. Storage costs accruing durlhg the reseal period will be paid by CCC. These payments will toe made to fanners who provide farm storage or who prepay warehouse storage charges for the extended period. If warehouse charges are not prepaid,CCC. wiU, make these payment/for the extended period direct to the storing warehousemen. Payments by CCC to the warehouseman will ncit relipve producers of (heir obligation for warehouse charges which accrued during the initial loan period. Secretary Freeman, in making -the announcement, declared, "I think it's much better to establish conditions under which commodtties can be carried over into the next marketing year with 'fanners owning Hie grain- on their 'farm, in (heir cooperative elevators, or in privately- owned tocitttie-r-than to have the dommodities forced oh the maricet or delivered to CCC. This action can materially strengthen prices in the year ahead. For the first • time, it gives fanners >in many areas a practical opportunity to use reseal, *«W many year, USOA has offered reseal privileges for certain commodities stored on the .arm, This program has been used as an aid to orderly marketing, especially when ajfoductlon exceeded expected or when market twvsk. EMenann of meal progrem to commer- . chri storage facliUles will live more farmers a chance to plan lam-range marketing and avoid lower price, during times when the mstfkets are overloaded. 'Tenant (farmers who could' not build their own storage can now place their commodities under loan in commercial warehouses and continue the loan under reseal there. "BevBAue tie overwhelming grain surpluses from prior yews have been eliminated by our ecreage diversion program state 1961, rrtany grain elevators now.have adequate storage space, available". The .commercial resear program will be available to eligible producers in all areas. Producers may redeem commodit- ; lea at any time and dispose of such commodities ae desired. Under the 1967-crop reseal program, price-sufpport loans on stored commodities will be extended . beyond the 1968 maturity, dates urttil called. CCC retains the option to call reseal hxsna,a% any time he stacks tare needed. Storage rotes on the 1967 crops how eligible for reseal km extensions will be announced later and .will be available at State end county ASCS """ FVirih storage charges CCC will be compar- paid Uftrfe* th* OwHn 9fort«* AgHMttilli for Occ irtdrtu and stodn un* \der commerrtal fetMMl. As cuMwnarr, »«\nDunc*nwnt Mmeemihg contdiuifice of re- •tal loan* on Atrtris for IN6 •and prior crop grains will be ntaWe prior-to maturity dales, Ledyard •y MM* offices. PUBLIC AUCTION In ordtr to Mttlt th« Anni* Baumann Estate, th* und«r»ign«4 E>Kut«r will, Mil at public auction th« Anni* Baumann horn* in Whitttmor*, Iowa, 4at> cribad as Let Pivt (S) in Blpck Eight (I), of Whitt*mer«, Iowa, DATE AND PUCE OF SALE The sale will be held en December 2, 1967, at 1:00 p.m. en the premises above described. TERMS OF SALE Ten Per Cent (10%) down en date of sale and balance in cash in thirty (M) days and upon approval of title* Possession will be given immediately. PERSONAL PROPERTY • ,.Wjtr will pay the 1f47 genertl »•*»», p«yib| 9 in IH«, and will fwrnUh abttrw* shewing «|etr litlt tnd E«tcutor'i Pted will be fwrniihfd ft pvrcnaser. The ivfiMtif will al»o offtr for tali it public awftien immedrately leN- ewing the salt ef the house, «ll hou**hold furniture, fvrnishlnf* dishes, silver* ware «nd Utchtn utensil*, including fhrtt liedroom stti, dining table and si* fJltlff, davenport and ch«ir. All ptrtinal prtptrty will pt sfld fer cash and ply* WS*)f HW§I Pp fWKpl wW9fw rem#y(|ip Per further information/ fee Linnan, Lynch Ik ftraub, Atterntyi ftf lt> Kvfor, or Chtrlit Quinn, Bancroft, |owa« Auctioneer, - . : • ANNIE BAUMANN ESTATE by PiTfl BAUMANN, |«tcutfr Chartt« Ovimi/ Auctioneer ' Linnan. Lynch i |traub< AHorneyi B«ji«roH, Iowa . Algon*, Iowa. PAJWIltl ITATi BANK, Whittamort, Itwa, Cierk, A/3c Ronald Johnson and friend A/3c Dick Smith, Seattle, Washington spent the weekend at the parental Ervin Johnson home. They returned to Chan« lite Air Force Base in Illinois Sunday. Weekend guests at the Tim Doocy home Were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doocy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Solberg of Bloomington. Minn, and Miss Sandra '-•Engeluy of Minneapolis. Dnfiny Inglett left on Monday for-Fort Carson, Colorado, where he will'be stationed for ^the next several months. Mrs. ? Jim Snbin and'Mrs. C. A. Jur- •iRens'accompnnicd him to Color- fado Springs, where Mrs. Jur- visited her son and Mrs. a niece. Mrs. Ida Darnell is visiting at the home of her son and fam- ly, the James Darnells at Blue Earth this week, Mrs. Tim Doocy returned home after spending ten days with the Roger Schwabs at Pcmberton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei spent the week in Cedar Rapids with the Gerald Manthcis and with Geraldine Robertson and Cheryl. Mr. and Mrs. Don Enrich and family of Davenport visited with his parents in Blue Earth and with Mrs. Brayton Gilbertson and family over the week- Four zoo-reared Umber wolves, member* of 1 normally proud *nd resourceful aperies, were feduced to raiding garbage cans when released on a wooded tauand in Lake Superior recently. The aecur- tty of life in the zoo »pp«r- enitly had deadened their initiative, and «hey Were no Ion- I Algena nlONP Adv«nte-~7 PAY.NOV.MJW ger *bte to depeftd on hunting ih-tiftels to provide intitt PIKE — Bob Lyons, of Milford, caught a lO'/< Ib. wall' eye pike last month while fishing in West Lake Okobo- Jl. Engaged MR, AND MRS. Marlcy Mellmgen, Wayzata, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene Elizabeth, Richfield, Minn., to Ronald BUingson of Shakopee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin BUingson, Ottosen. •Miss Mellingen is a graduate of St. Olaf college and is employed as an actuarial student at Lutheran Brotherhood Insurance Co. Mr. BUing- son graduated from Twin Rivers high school and South Dakota State University at Brookings. He is employed by Control Data Corp. as a me- dhanical engineer. A March wedding is planned. end. Mrs. Jennie Dorvtje, Webster City visited with her son and family, the Edwin Dontjes this past week. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Walterman visited at the Dontje home. * Pumpkin Pies 44 ea LIMIT OF 3 — IF ORDERED BEFORE 5.00P.M. TUESDAY, NOV. 2lit Finn's Bakery 120 E. STATE 295-5213 I CATCH US WHILE WE'RE CATCHING UP! fi t We lost 61 days of business due to the strike. We're going to make up for lost time with Better Deals on Better Idea Fords! -f 1 oil****! 1M Fuel) thowd ill «uM tlitnith •itintl EwoMTitntil luiwy cm. IM7fwd<liowtdit<rii||itfdui«bililyb>ia«iniatlii|,IM>mplc ski jump. - Quiet. Strong. Beautiful. A great road car. 21, models, headed by.LTD's, XLfastbacks, di .Country Squires—only, cars ,jn. jtheir fss~with'strong die-cast grillef* : ana disappearing headlamps standard. Power front disc brakes when you order power brakes, and SelectShift Cruise-O-Matic— the only 3-speed transmission that works automatically and manually with every engine. Only MUSTANG makes it happen! Mustang, the great oripmailln three fabulous versions — hardtop, fastback, and convertible. Only Mustang gives you all these standard features: bucket seats, stick shift, new louvered hood with integral turn indicators. Plus options that let you design ypur own sporty car or luxury car. 1968 LTD by Ford. 2-Door Hardtop 1961 MvMang Hardtop Ford's newest bright idea! TORINO Six racy new intermediates featuring a fastback GT that seats six! A whole new series. Sixl 2-door hardtops with a choice of formal or fastback styling. 4-door sedans. GT's. Convertible. Each with the luxury ride of 116-in. wheelbase. Plus a Torino wagon and eight other Fairlanes with Torino-inspired styling. You won't find all these Better Ideas anywhere else! Itlttr ideaf for Thgnd*rbird: Choose a 2-door Hardtop, 2-door landau, or the first 6-passenger Thunderbird ever, the 4-door Landau I IfHer ideas for Falcon: Room for six, (more room than any other compact built), power to spare, real trunk space, seven models. Iffttfr id.tSi for convenience. Options like an automatic ride control system. All-season SelectAire Conditioner. 7-position Tilt (Sreerina VVheel. fatter ideas in style: Only Ford in its class has as standard equipment a die-cast grille for XL, LTD and Ford Country Squire, with disappearing headlamps. And lots more, letter for performance: V-8 power from a new 302 to a whopping 427- cu. in. with hydraulic valve lifters. A 3- or 4-speed stick shift on most V-8's, SelectShift on all engines, letter ideas for wagons: Ford, the Wagonmaster, has the widest choice of wagons, and all the better wagon ideas: the two-way Magic Poorgate. BuilKin rear window air deflectors. Dual-facing rear seats. And there'i-stijj more. Like Ford's exclusive Twice-a-rear Maintenance, and a wide array of new Ford Motor Company Lifeguard"Design Safety Features. See youi Ford Dealer now. •. FAICON » MUSTANG » TORINO FAIKLANE « FORD * THUNDERBIRD IMIAiTfUTIiTMfT TAYLOR MOTOR CO.

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