Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 8
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Mora At the Konftkh Agricultural A*m. meetingMtN Week Don Nelson ind clatide S*ely» A f B^U^^** A fit £4 t /^MAftitf A 4fU_JhitfJt r AJgoTii, ana urvme inore* son, Swea ,Ctty, were re-elect' ed to the board of directors of the fair. The association also approved a possible $10,000 ex- ptftditUfe- for imptovetnents on the grWidsteftd at tto KoS- fttth County fairgrounds. The improvements will!. iftcludc. Hew flooring in sotrte areas •and a new roof. The grand- • stand has become rundown during the past years and is dangerous to patrons. ¥ v. | RCA VICTOR COLOR TV gives you a picture with 38% brighter highlights Park at our front door A shop 23* dta*. 299 *q. in. picture automatic fine tuning too! Wfwnyw'rafinl in Color TV, there's mi to bo a rum. Liko • tubo with 38% briftiter NtfiNfhb this yur. Like color that fine- tuna itself. Like 25 yeon of unnutched Color TV eiperience. RCA Victor gives you •II of thae-and more. EASY TERMS 1 Bear Facts •y Santfy Hb*rt i ind MM Ann Kof latch ' ry Ti Call for •vMinc appointment to sec this Mlor TV set. No Payments Until AMI , •-» -.-,.. f ~ "... If-,, ffr— , •Y,-..--j.-^.«-_i#l,'-Jl*rt^;, ,.V-..-.,.-.-.•-. <•'.-: -..'^^yJ.M.^Vc^ay^.,^ SAVE ON 30 MODELSI HAMILTON TV SALES it SERVICE Wnliy, liwa THE TREE THAT LOOKS AS PRETTY WHEN YOU TAKE IT DOWN AS WHEN YOU PUT IT UP Tht Chriitmti spirit It Mi full force now for Art classes. Students are attempting to design their own Christmas cards, using imagination and talent. Sister Iva, art instructor, has a few groovy classes, who find it much easier to create their cards While listening 'to music. A happy combination, no? — OHS— Senior girlt art invited to share a day-full of awareness, self-giving, worship and song on Vacation Day at Mt. Loretto, December 8. The Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (PBVM) hope many girls welcome the opportunity to visit at Dubuque. — GHS— Fathtr Z*m«n, guidance director, returned the scores of the ACT tests to the seniors last week. Some were surprised, others disappointed by the outcome. An average composite score of 17 was characteristic of being college material. Father is now busy giving guidance to hopeful students. — GHS— It was time again for the raih-rah-raii's and Mp-hip-hooray's as the Bears opened another season of basketball Saturday at Bancroft, St. John's. Jack Mullet is the only returning letterman, but with the cooperation, drill and hard work under Coach McOall, the Bears are sure to sport a host of victories; not without your help though. Be a Bear Booster and support the Bears and Cubs. — GHS— Has •vtryon* b«*n hitting the old bottle stashed way in the back of Dad's cupboard lately? What is your reason to be happy? Is it the newly fallen snow that glistens when the sun shines, or the Christmas songs you hear at school, or the bright decorations in, the uptown windows? Whatever the reason let us sing out, the Christmas spirit is here! Now's the time to drop those little hints, gang! — GHS— Four GHS students, Sister Maun, Journalism instructor, and Sister Jane Frances, drove to Chicago Friday and Saturday to attend the Nation- ial 'Scholastic Press Associa- tion Convention, Those at dmttm cms MM. **• ft^ch, fthoftdi achyifcr, tm Obrecht and tlm Boeck- miii, SpecUJ guest Mtlji«r M ; Hn. donvtfttton wtsTWorld War tt mm corr«|nniefit, WJtrtift i Agfoftiky, IW^d, "TWi trip w* i good vkDer- iettc* for journjiBim MMtnts One hid the opportunity to meet well-known p«rMiuUi- tU«, knomi for their ^ out- aftftdiflg work in journsJiftm, Thirty-one states wen rep* resented by students, where they stayed at the Hotel Edge- w*ter Beach * Chicago. Officers for Burt church are selected Burt — Officers for the year at St. John's Lutheran church are Eugene Meyer, elder; Eu Claire Meyer, trustee; Eugene. Drager, congregational chairman; Charles Kline, secretary; A 1 be r t Bleich, treasurer; Jerry Koestler, chairman board of education; Waldo Kruse, Sunday School Supt; Richard Lavrenz, Eugene Marlow, Jack Trunkhill, finance commission; Rudy Peter, financial secretary; Jerry Kissner and Dafrrell Schmidt, Christmas committee; Donald Reimers, Dale Schroeder and Carl ,Reynolds, head ushers. '" '' PARTY IS DATED The annual Lions club Christmas party will be 'held at the Burt school gym at 6:30 p.m., Dec. 6. Band Mothers Club will serve the dinner. Representatives of the Minnesota Twins baseball team will be . present. Shortstop Zoilo Versailles and '.first baseman, Rich Reese, also Jerry Snyder, public refla- tions. The public is invited. 1—Alfofl* (Itwi) MONDAY, DtC. 4,1*4? Anita Litkttig, J. Guiwrton wed Nov. 18 Anita tjckteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Uckteig, St. Benedict, and James Gunnerson, Storm Lake, were married Saturday, November 18 at the St. Benedict Cath. olic Church. Father Nicholas Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Cbleen Licktoig, sister of the bride, was her maid of honor. Marilyn Plathe, Des Moines, and Nancy Gayther, Mason City, close friends of the bride, were bridesmaids. Jerry Gunnerson, Oyens, was his brith- er's best man. Tom Braesch, Clear Lake, cousin of the groom, and Gene Uckteig, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Pam Lackteig, niece of the bride, was flower 'girl and HAVE HOUSE WARMING Former neighbors had a housewarming Sunday for! the Howard Salisburys who ^ re- eenltlly moved to Burt. PJres- ent were the R. Willretts, Henry Thilgeses, Milton, Mar- tows, Art Persons, 7 Merlin Madsens and Ralph Silis- bufys, Flowerer, Mont; : A/.feift of money was presented; to the honorees. '":' .'"''• The John 7 Ge'esrnianis^re-, 1 ceived _,.,..SEVEN FOOT BLUE BALSAM FIR 100% FLAME PROOF NEEDLES 211 TIPS, 63 BRANCHES, STAND INCLUDED *36°° SIX OTHER SJYLES ALSO AVAILABLE NOW ON DISPLAY BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN B9WNTQWN 5TORI ter, Eileen Beghtol, Long Beach, Calif., Was mamed Nov. 2A to R. E. Wellman, electronic engineer at Douglas 'aircraft in Long Beach. 'She will finish a course in vocational training next July. The Ed Rentiers, Iowa City, ihave a daughter Christi born Oct. 17. Mrs. Renner is the daughter of the Ared Whites, Mason City, the former Suzanne White, and a granddaughter of the John Gees- mans. Birthday Circle will meet Dec. 4 at Mrs. C. M. Gross's. The Ralph Sailsburys, Flowerer, Mont., came Fridlay and have been visiting the Howard Salisbury's here and in Algona at Allen Salisbury's. They returned home Tuesday. The Donald Giffords moved last week to the farm home vacated, by the Merlin Madsens. The Madsens moved to the farm home vacated by the Howard Salisburys who> are living in Burt in the home they purchased from the Harley Hansons. The William Madsens moved to the former Lulu Ringsdorf home in Buirt which they bought. Thecla Christensen returned the last of the week from a ten day visit in the west. She attended the wedding of her son, Captain David ClirLst- ensen, and Patricia Roberts,. Lexington, Mass., Nov. 24 at the Navy Hospital Chapel, San Diego, Calif. Burt Lions Club will sponsor the annual Santa Claus day, Dec. 16. There will be a movie at the Legion Hall and a treat from Santo Olaus for the youngsters. The local Christmas home decorating contest will be judged, just before Christmas. The prizes are as last year, First, $10; Second, $5; 3rd, $3, and 4th, $2. The annual Pancake day will be Jan. 27. Guests Sunday at Ray Westling's were the Val Gene Wesfcljngs, Algona, Mrs. Otto WeatUog, Art Isaacson, Stratford, Clarence Westlings, Barnum. the John Volks, Hum- botdt, and 'the Vern Shiplers. TNT club will have a 12:30 noon luncheon on Dec. 5 at Lilian Fredrickson's for her birthday. Hostesses are Ethel Dremjne'l, Mary Jean Andrews anjd Esther Sorenson. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS FASTI Bffati Gufifiefsoti, ttephew of the groom was ring bearer. Steve Br*e*ch, eousift of the groom and Mike Uckteig, brother of the bride, usheffcd. UK high school Choir sang the wedding matt under the direction of Mrs. Bob ttsch* en. Jane Arndorfef was soloist , Acolytes were Merle Uckteig, Bob and David Waldsehmidt and Richard Elschen. Following the wedding cere' mony a one o'clock dinner was served to 180 guests at the VFW Mall in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt, Whittemore, godparents of the bride, were dining room hosts. Sharon Waldschmidt had the guest book. Sandy Crowell and Carol Heimann served punch, Opening gifts were Mary Haustedde, Paulette Brown, Paula Fischer, Janet Peterson and Judy Gustafson. Mrs. James Waldschmidt, Armstrong, aunt of •the bride, and Mrs. Raymond Farquhar, Sutherland, aunt of the groom cut the wedding cake. After a wedding trip to Oklahoma, the couple are at home at Schaller where the bridegroom is employed. A picture of the bride and groom was in last Thursday's Advance, IN twi siitmet edutt JM tut itAtl OrtOWAJN AN6 »6« JAKE A GOOD LOOK NOW AT YOUR FARM INSURANCE COVERAGE... Protect your farm property and profits with adequate insurance coverage, to prevent financial loss from fire and storms, crop and livestock damage. We write insurance coverages to fit every farm need, at lowest possible cost. Check with us soon. Blossom 109 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2735 Published (ft the Advone«, and D*c. *, Ote'C&M. n/A*t nw>i» TO CRIOITOM _ . ._ ALL PERSONS INTtMSTtO IN THE ESTATE OF Harold H6n*en D*t*M*d; You eft h«r«by hotlfl«d »haf en Ih* 1?th day of Novtmbcr, 1947, tM la»t *ill orteJ »«(ortert» of Hdfeld Hanwrt deccosed bcdflna date of tH* 22r,:! day of June, 1962, wai admitted to probof* In th« obovt hoftied toutt ond thof Clifford HariMn arid HordfrM Hons«n wire appointed exeeutofi Of tald ettati. Notice is further fllvert that any action to set aside told will miist.be brought In the district court of said county within orie year from the dote of the second publication. 6f thii notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all per' sons indebted to . sold estate are requested to moke 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 outhentieofed. for ollowonce; arid 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 17th day of November, 1967. differ* NC.HMII, 101» West lith Sf. Sleux City, Iowa Executor of said Estate In eeeefdSnie wiffi a joinf , of fh« sfetkhblderi and director* of Murray Elevator, Bancroft, Iowa, held en August 25, 1967 with all Of th« holder* 6f the issued and outstanding stock 6f fR« edmpony Wing present or r«p«4«tited, th* ArtleleJ of Ineorpora- flon of Muffay Elevator of Bancroft, Iowa are amended as follows: t. Article I of th* original Articles of Incorporation Is deleted .and in lieu thereof there Is inserted'fhe fol- LttVente, lew* Executor of said Estate Shumwey, Kelly ft Frtftedt Attorney (s) for said Executor Address Date of second publication. 4th day of December, 1967. ARtlttt I MMtt Mtf PMM *f The name of this corporation shall be MURRAY INCORPORATED and its principal ptoce Of business shall'be at 'Bancroft, Kossuth County, Iowa, ond it may establish such branch Offices ond agencies as may be permitted by low. 2. Article X of the original Articles of Incorporation is deleted and in lieu thereof there is inserted the following: Cetfj*r«tt Seal This corporation shall have a.corpor- ate seal upon which shall appear the words "Murray Incorporated - Corporate Seal - Iowa.'' ~ IN WITNESS WHEREOF we hove hereunto set our hand this 25th day of August A. D. ( 1967. MURRAY ELEVATOR By: /S/ Joseph D. Murray Joseph D. Murray President and Treasurer /S/ Donald W. Murray Donald W. Murray Vice-President and . Secretary Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 27, Dec. 4, II, and 18, 1967. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i BLARE Fnneral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" at I I I I I LUVERNE •WESLEY • TITONKAI • CORW1TH • RENWICK ! iiiEuiS;, ' aire •Maytag: _ '!•.•;• •Monarch ; SALES SSEIVKE BEED HARDWARE I & APPLIANCE ! — WITH PURCHASE OF — NUTRENA FEEDS -ONE FREE TURKEY WITH- 2 tons of Concentrate OR ^^ tons of Complete OFFER OOOD FROM FRIDAY, NOV, 17 TH DEO, 24! REMEMBER - A!,L FEEDS ABE NOT ALIKE — SO . WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA your neighbor doe* ••I Cargill Incorporated HUM 2*6-2741 L

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