Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 2
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JULIAN CNRIICHILLII tanf If a* 'Servicemen ROMOTED U. S. Army, Vietnam (AHT- NC) — Keith W. Holm, 20, son (Ifwa) Advafita TMUMDAV, D6C. 7, OAVB MARTIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Champ" Martin of Algona, made his varsity wrestling debut an impressive one as he won the 160-pound division of the AAU Invitational meet at Wartburg Saturday and in the process defeated a two- time national collegiate champion from Winona State in Minnesota . . . Martin defeated Jim Tanniehill in the finals ... Tanniehill has been collegiate champion in the small college division the past two years and last year was fifth in the national university division: Even with these credentials, Dave may have trouble making the varsity Iowa State University team this year . . . he's sandwiched between two veteran seniors at 1SU but hopes to cut to 152 pounds if one of them goes down to 145. Martin wrestled in the 154-pound class his senior year at Algona high school. Some other ex-Bulldog matmen participated in the Wartburg meet, which attracted 250 entries from 10 or 12 schools but found 20 of the 22 finalists from ISU . . . Larry Munger, now an ISU freshman, placed third in the 123-pound class. 'Clint Young, a freshman at Northern Iowa University, was in the same weight as Martin, 160 pounds, but lost to Tan- niehill in the second round . . . Max Miller, now at Wartburg, lost in the first round as did a couple of ex-Algona matmen, Dana and Mick Snodgress, now of Mt. Vernon. Coach Martin hopes to take his entire squad to Ames Saturday to watch the first ISU dual meet of the season against Kansas State Saturday night. : SOME 30,000 PIECES of mail are enroute to PFC William Rice, an American soldier in Vietnam .. .it happened this way: Rice wrote to the "DEAR ABBY" column, which appears regularly in the Thursday Advance, after he wrote asking for mail and signing his letter "A lonely soldier in Vietnam" ... but the friendly missives including 28,200 letters and 614 parcels, were embargoed in San Francisco and Seattle by an Army regulation that prohibits the delivery of mail addressed to anonymous servicemen in the war zone. The regulations were established to keep derogatory material from being sent to soldiers in Vietnam by peaceniks, who in some cases have sent cans of dog food . . . but the matter was cleared up and the letters and packages are on ;. their way to PFC. Rice, who wants to distribute them to his 'buddies in the area! CLARION RECENTLY approved a new $1.4 million bond issue for a new high school and present plans call for bid letting April 1 with the new school to be ready for the ; 1969 : 70 year . . . although Algona's bid letting is expected a few weeks earlier, target date for completion here is early in 1970! YOUNGSTERS love to send Santa Claus letters, but they are usually sent by personal mail by the parents ... but the Burt postoffice received two last week, one from Fred D. Lain and the other from Jerry Dale Lain. Fred wanted a Zorro suit..', .and Jerry wanted a camper's belt, compass, Canteen, knife-and., axe, phis;; a 5x7.!pup tent with carrying! fecase. Both promised to leave-a/lunch for Santa! K .•.*';:••':.•••*':.'•".•.•';' -'f J^HWVA-^^ on icy roads Wednesday a.m. The 1&59 Plymouth driven by Charles Peter Origer, 17, of Whittemore was demolished about 8:15 a.m. Wednes» day one half mile south of Whittemore when he applied his brakes, slid on the icy road, went off the blacktop and circled back onto the road heading north again and collided with a southbound truck driven by Gerald Lee Meyer, 27, of Whittemore. There were no personal injuries to either man and minor damage to the 1964 Chevrolet truck owned by the Whittemore elevator. Tom Cogdall of the Iowa Highway Patrol investigated. A second accident occurred albout four miles east of Algona sit the intersection of highway 18 and the county blacktop at 9 a.m. Wednesday. William J. BrpeJding, 50, Algona, going west on 18, had signaled a left turn which was not seen by William David Cruise in time to stop on Uhe slippery road, he hit the rear df the Erpelding 1958 Chevrolet truck. A passenger in the Cruise car, Mrs. Anna Cruise, 62, suffered an injured hand and facial lacerations and was 'taken to St. Ann Hospital whetre she was treated and released. . There was $500 damages to the Cruise car, a 1962 Chevrolet. Sheriff Ralph Landhorst investigated. Ray W. Sprague of Estiher- viHe was charged with failure to change lanes safefly after an accident at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday on South Phillips St. near the 'McGregor Sit. in- terseation, when, two pickups collided. The second truck driven by Richard D. Fart-is of Algona, had $120 in dam- Ages and tine Sprague truck $75, The Algona Police Department investigated. •4-H News* , RiverdiU RustUrs .r" v " Riverdale Rustlers I and II 'held their 4-H meeting Dec. of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Holm, of Swea City, Iowa, was promoted Nov. 19 to Army sergeant in Vietnam, where he is assigned as a squad leader in Company D, 1st Battalion, of the 1st Cavalry Division's 5th Cavalry. ALGONA Kayser looks marvelow! And. so does this classic pajama that will travel with yo« everywhere. T he Contrast piping emphasizes its smart tailored Unes. Red. Sizes 34 to 38 $600 iff THI QUI&JfB 5TMDY ROBE THAT WITH THiSi PAJAMAS - $10.00 Ottosen T ' ' UuiiiXMAJft at^B , JH* MM. Difi*M »••••••M•M Engaged LAKOTA: Mr. and Mm. W, D. Ley of Lakota, announce the' engagement of their daughter,^ Carolyn Luclle to Mr. Gary < Berkland of Etrnnetsburg. ' •« Miss Ley Is a senior at St£ Olaf College,Northfleld, Minn.," and Mr, Berklatid Is a senior at' Westtnar College, LeMars, Ia. : ; 3, 1967, ai St. Joseph's school. A pot luck dinner was served. "'•• Next installation • of .officers' was held. The new officers , are: President, Ootleen Red-C ing; vice, Darlene Flattie; sec., • Janice Erpelding; treat., El-; leu Bormann. New members . are: Patty Reding, Carol Kohl- , haas, Mary Kollasch, and' Sharlene Bormann. Awards < were given to the 441 mem- -' bers. Guests were the Nuns, , Father Schumacher, Father,,; Smith, Mr. and Mrs. GriU, and ! ithe parents of the 4-H mem- : bers. Reporter is Kattuyn Reding. Druggists Mutual Mr*. ftiie Oootwf h*d birthday; Siiiidty, Srttmhy night her son, the Clyde Odopers, SteWarUVille, Mo., ante to JMirprise her witti in overnight visit, other Surittay guests were the HotHs Coopers and Pirn, HutnbftMt, Mike House and Gary Cooper*, Fort Dodge, Mid Donald Coopers. Mrs. Ohrto Anderaon cen turned home from Lutheran hospital Thursday. Site hud been a medical patient. The Louis Jacobsons, Bd< ward Zirineta and Chester Al< mes were Sunday supper guests at Richard Krause's at LuVerne for Mrs. Jaoobsoh's birthday. The Ralph Richards had a Thanksgiving dinner Sunday at <their niece, the Clint Bartons, Humboldt. Other relatives present-were the Will- - , . ' i ' " • * „ • . I.', rta^u^i A,!'* Uf4i** wt'MMi , , f varUHifAoa JfIMT\TV"MIT ••" ' 2 ilti 'HtAiAi,] ii^i'^iis&^Ls'-^ • •• .,1 'Ori/WBIBl&l AINrtWrt MM* (A t» •-; J 5* «» y« *|Lf •:' >/!} i ', juJ-i.l^li^ |_ ««, ' • ^^J ffcifci ' i »n* i iJi'•HCIIfMTV III IIM ,,;.•• .WNI, UVBn -I L'Atail ' iiktift^ Am ~+^M iV'Z Tlia ttMatii •iwwpti nvfiiiBv i.vn > fivw, .• ^ AHV ^wi^w Li_ J^JL i_ i_*^ — _ X .^* - JVjl . . ._i i • *& *j..-rfjl ,, A ^ ^ _ .ana, mm ,u two.;ywn OMi •Wife 'iMtei *^tt ttVA an thtf i*Ajfcimi% I j''^Afc^ii •' fiitiifii*' j^ u^E^ lAQMM' rarni. louwi - QK MIW B«te'« parents, the firthlg MalflWli."* .MMf AttaiMI IM^rY sales meeting Give someone a piece of a satellite this Christmas. K" it-. MCCUTRQN "42S" Water- I proof, sweep second hand, [applied roman numerals. I Rust alligator strap. fUS.OO ACCMTRQN CtliNDM 14K gold-filled,'waterproof,' sweep second hand, calendar window. Gilt stick markers, Silver or gilt dial. Luminous dots and hands. |17S.po SPACIVIfW "N" UK gold] waterproof,* sweep seconJ hand, clear crystal dial witH luminous indicators ani hands. Rust alligator strap Give someone an Accutron® timepiece. It has the same basic movement as the timing devices aboard the Explorer, Telstar, TIROS, Syncpm, and Pegasus satellites. And the Gemini spacecraft. Vibrations of a tiny tuning fork divide each second into 360 equal parts. And keep the Accutron timepiece right to within a minute a month . . . an average of two seconds a day.t NO watch on earth is guaranteed more precise. The old-fishloned balance pheel principle is used in all watches: not the Accutron movement. The Accutron tuning fork makes possible the first guarantee of accuracy ever given. WILTGEH JEWELERS PHQNi , crovy,o »nd sry«*l art ioJact. ' <9 this te,ltr*o,ct. ALCONA, IOWA . <twm» U for w* Ml Mi( r ' » t > I i Crtiry Telfordj son. of, the Dean Tettonto had Ms 15th birthday Sunday and gueate were hte grandparenU, the Roy Telfords and Mrs. Will- iAm Moenchs, Humboldt The l«Roy Worbys, Bode, 'were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Mark Fowler and fid* na, Humboldt, the Kermit Powien and James Fowlers were Sunday guests at Edgar Meyer'a at Algona for Kris gues* of Mrs. Essie Cooper .were Mrs Udward Zinnel, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. Oil' ver Wm*th,';iMn. Eugene Hoflus and Mrs. W 0. Cooper/ • s <\p •, •' ^^ The Richard Zemam and Cindy spent the weekend at her sister, the Donald Beach- w.Cedar Rapids. Hie Homer .Belies, Grimes,. moved Monday to the farm home. HU couain Mir. Watson liattdied, . . •' The James Banwarto were Wednewky night vMtora at A Annie Banwart's at Cylinder^ The Dean Banwarta were Sunday night victors at Uur\ el Wonter's. . •} The Erling Malmlm were' Sunday night viailon at John Aakeland's at Corwtth. The Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. will conduct its semi-annual sales meeting 'this week at the Home Office in Algona. Alii aspects of company op-' eratiton will be discussed by the office staff to 10 area sales representatives. They are Bob Baker (KamsasiNe- bitaska), Dale Heeren (Miss- , ouri), Larry Freiberg (Dako-, ita's-Minnesota), Duane Logue Minnesota), W. L. "Pat" Jensen (Iowa-Nebraska), Carl D Morck (Colorado-Kansas- Ne-,' .braska), Ross'Strickler (Iowa-,, ; Illinois), John D. Swartz (Wis-.'" ponsin-Illinois), Stan Struble * (Minnesota) and Larry Higiin-/ ! bdtham, area inspector. 6-FT. SCOTCH PINE FANCY CHRISTMAS BOX Brack's Chocolates B Us.... |3J3 3 Us."., . $2.17 \ FANCY GIFT BOX TOWEL SETS *1M up LARGE SELECTION ! With Stand $ Long N««dUs Children's Slacks COKDS-STgpfCH— DENIMS Sim 1 to M $198 |o $398 FIRST QUALITY Seamless Nylons FALL SHADES 2 pair 77o Ladies Dusters FANCY PRINTS—QUILTED STYLES to LUGGAGE 8" — yMJ?6" TRAIN CASES - . '• YOUR CHOICE + TOYS + FILM CAMERAS "VISIT OUR TOY DEPARTMENT CAMBtArUM KODAK INSTAMATK COIOR CARTRIDGE C POLAROID SWINGER CAMERA Built in photo- matar. ; Onaofth* •: mostravolu- tionary cameras you'll avar buy! FLASH CUBES PACKAGE 'OF 3 CUBES OR 12 FLASHES CAMERAS to* POUROrDFILM GAMES & TOYS CHECK THIS SPECIAL FREQUENTLY YOU'LL FIND ^OADS OF POPULAR TOYS AT THE BARGAIN PRICE OF OUUA TALKING BOARD For 2 players. Gives you entertainment you've never experienced. Mysterious — it talks! % vn PARKER SAVE "iUHOU OF JOY" DOLL Love»bl#, Soft. Cuddly. Little gfrU Christmas • Wrap •Bows • Ribbons • Paper • Cards • Decorations KODAK INSTAMATIC NO. 104 CoMtra OUTFIT 44 OCNIRAl ELKTRIC Popwlor tilt bylbi, byrn ind«p«nd«ntl x . NQTf: THI§ HTCQNTAINS10IULI i.r CHUPtB •I

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