Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1966 · Page 7
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GOP women to sponsor Young America Speaks The Republican Women of Kossuth County, as part of the state organisation announce the annual "Young America Spe- ks" contest to be held in March. The local contest, open to All Kossuth county high school students will be held March 5, at 9:30 a,m. at the assembly room of the Kossuth Court House. It is hoped that by encouraging these ten minute speeches on current affairs, it will help create interest in politics CERTIFIED SEED BEANS A-100 HAWKEYE CHIPPEWA 64 LINDARIN 63 LINDARIN HAROSOY 63 t-AlOOMA HMMt AOVANCt MONDAY, JAN. It, t*M HAROSOY Algona Flour & Feed "Taylor's Prescription-Made Fertilizer" THERE ARE FIVE ALGONA STORES THAT SELL GROCERIES . . . BUT ONLY ONE DELIVERS TWICE DAILY FREE! Yes, the EAST END GROCERY sells groceries AND DELIVERS THEM TO YOUR DOOR FREE OF CHARGE. Twice daily, our red and white station wagon serves many, many Algona housewives. When the days are cold, blustery, icy and disagreeable, let us put joy into your grocery buying. JUST CALL 5-3762, place your order and let us do the rest. You'll be assured always of quality meats, fresh fruits and vegetables and top brand canned goods. EAST END GROCERY 5-3762 State & Phillips Street ALGONA 1,000 Head Of Native Beef Type Calves Will Be Sold At PUBLIC AUCTION By members of The North Iowa Cattlemen's Association - At The Cow Palace In Forest City, Iowa - Starting at 1 ;00 p,m,, On Saturday - Jan. 22 Majority of Calves Sold Will Be GRADED BY SPECIALISTS From Iowa State University Animal Husbandry Department OF AMES, IOWA Calves Will Be Sold In Packages Of 20, On Up AUCTIONEERS: Harold Ames & Roy Johnson RINGMEN: Arnie Murra & Ray Housh Lunch available in cafe in same building as auction ring This Will Be The 4th Annual January Beef Sale By The North Iowa Cattlemen's Assn. GiJeJi Wopge, President Phone 582-2679 among teenagers and develop future leadership: The winner of the local contest will advance to a district contest on March 12, and that wiriner to State on March 26. There are cash prizes involved at the local, district, and state levels. Complete rules and details may be obtained through the various schools in the county, or by contacting Mrs. R. M. Thoreson, Box 195, Algona. Sally Bay talks at Swea City of life in Spain Swea City — Sally Bay of Algona, who spent the summer in Spain, and Ricardo Corrales of San Jose, Costa Rica, spend- ng the winter in Swea City, spoke this week at the Swea ity Parent-Teachers Association meeting. Sally told of living with a middle class family in Spain. The main difference front home was that the family ate about five times a day. Breakfast -was eaten shortly after arising about 9:30 a.m.; appetizers were served about 12:30; dinner was at 3 p.m. and consisted of many courses always ending with -dessert of fresh fruit and cheese; appeti y.ers of pastries were served about 6 p.m. and a light supper of sandwiches or soup was served at 10 p.m. Wine was served with all meals. She found little difference in the food except that a lot of garlic is used. Sally also told of the trips she took with the elder daughter of the family and she showed some of the souvenirs she brought home. Ricardo, 17, a senior, is staying with the Gifford Smith family at Swea City. He told the group that his father is employed by the Costa Rican government in the insurance business, his mother is a housewife and his only brother is a college student in Mexico. Rick was quick to praise the warm climate of his homeland, where temperatures rarely go below 75 degrees, after the cold Iowa weather he had been experiencing. He also told of the volcanos which often cause smoke and dust in Costa Rica. He said that when volcanos are active, people are forced to wear masks of paper bags with only the eyes cut out in order to breathe outdoors. Rick feels the schools here are much easier than in Costa Rica. "Here the teachers are very nice," he said. "You have a test and it is either true or false or you pick the answer from several. In my country they give three or four questions and you must fill in the blanks. "For instance," he joked, "a question might read, The , and are ." Schools in Costa Rica are mostly privately financed, and modern aids for teaching, such as movie projectors, are not used, according to Rick. There are few extra curricula activities. Dates given on applications for price supports The final dates for filing price support applications and loan maturity dates have been brought closer together to give farmers more time in which to make judgments on the disposal of their crops, Richard I. Anderson, ASCS chairman, reports. In several instances during prior years there has been a space of several months between final availability dates for loans and the loan maturity date, the Chairman said. Producers of price support commodities now will be able to secure price support coverage through loans or purchases on eligible quantities at any time between harvest and about one month before the loan maturity dates follows: (First date is filling applications and second date is maturity date.) Barley, March 31, April 30. Corn, June 30, July 31. Flax, April 30, May 31. Honey, April 30, May 31. Oats, March 31, April 30. Rye, March 31, April 30. Sorghum grain, February 28, March 31. Soybeans, June 30, July 31. Wheat, February 28, March 31. Wins award STEVE DETRICK, son of the Robert Detricks of Whittemore, has been awarded a $75 award from the Estherville Co-op Creamery. Steve will use the award in purchasing a purebred dairy heifer. Steve, a member of the Whittemore Boys and newly elected Kossuth County 4-H. boys historian, has carried a 4-H dairy project for a number of years and has been a member of the county 4-H dairy judging team for two years. We certainly congratulate Steve on this fine accomplishment. Price support loans on wheat set at '1.33 Price support loans in Kossuth County are available for farmers at $1.33, who sign up and participate in the 1966 Voluntary Wheat Program, announced Richard I. Anderson, Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation County Committee. The signup period extends from January 31 to April 1. Anderson said the program makes the loans available for all wheat produced on partici pating farms except excess wheat produced on a farm on which the overplanting provision is used. The loans have the effect of stabilizing the market and assuring farm income. Details of the 1966 wheat program are available from the ASCS county office, and farmers should investigate the possi bilities before the end of the signup period, Anderson said. Robert Bexell, ex-Swea Cityan, dies Jan. 12 Swea City — A. R. (Robert) Bexell, 78, died at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Turner Rest Home in Armstrong where he had been since October. Mr. Bexell was a longtime Swea City area farmer who retired in 1950. He was born Feb. 8, 1887 in Vexjo Smaland, Sweden and came to the United States as a young man. He married Hilda Lofstrom Feb. 8, 1912 near Swea City. Survivors include his wife, Hilda of Swea City; a son Everett of Hastings, two daughters Mrs. Paul Olson of Manhattan, Kan. and Mrs. Marvin Palmquist of Minneapolis; three brothers, Henning of Fairmont, George of Pomroy and Aryid Bosholm of Sweden; two sisters, Mrs. Sam Damrow of Minneapolis .and Mrs. Ed Nielson of Sweden and seven .grandchildren.'. Funeral services were at > 1 p.m. Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City with Rev. J. Peterson officiating. Burial was in Harrison Township cemetery. SERVICES ARE HELD •'•'>' Funeral services for Mrs. Chris (Johanna) Hansen, 85, were held Friday at two o'clock at the First Lutheran church with Pastor Lorenz officiating. She died in her sleep January 12. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Nielson, Charles Sorenson, Edwin Hunt, George Heinen, Glen Johnson, and Al Sage. SOCIETY PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Diana Rentz will be honored at a miscellaneous pre-nuptia shower Wednesday night at the Presbyterian church. She is t. be married February 13 to Du ane Hannover. Hostesses are Msdms. Duane Riley, Casey Loss, Joe Skow, Bill Finn, Hen ry Furst, Lloyd Gerber, Duane Klein, Alfred Schenck, Ed Hough, Willard Gregson, Oran Hudson, and Al Huenhold. rtsited her parents since Jan. 3. Because of her part in the production of the Nutcracker Suite she spent the holidays in Wash' ngton. Mri. Auguita leiti It recov* ring from her recent hospital stay. She is presently living with her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Rike. Dr. and Mrs. Schutter attended a meeting of the University of Iowa council members of six counties at Spencer to make plans for the District Alumni meeting to be held in Mason City Feb. 17. Mrs. Matte Snyder, Eagle Grove, visited last week with tier daughter, Mr. and Mrs Dean Bilyeu. Mrs. John Dtim and Jon spent the weekend in Baraboo Wis. with the Dr. R. C. Dewe family. Jon went skiing in the Sugar Lump range mountain area where there was a foot of new fallen snow. S A Ronald R. Mullor, USN returned to the base at Nor folk, Va. on January 12 after six days here on an emergency leave to attend the funeral o his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Pfeffer. He leaves the base January 24 on a five month's cruise of the Mediterranean. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muller. Dtan Perron and Bill Milder went to Centerville Friday for the weekend. Bill visited with the Pat Daughertys. Dean went on to Mystic to hunt quail. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark will leave Sunday on an extend ed trip to the southwest. They will visit in Kansas City, stop at Fort Worth, Texas to spend some time with Don and Jane Asa, then visit the George Stew arts in Phoenix for two days. In Las Vegas they will attend the National Asphalt Convention. On their .return they will visit his mother, Mrs. Andrew LOCALS Blake In Brush, Colo, and plan > daughter, Claudia Whiter, o be in Aigofit about Mfuaiy h*v* chatge of the Mrs. Florence Sans and her .toes* Shoppe. ATTENTIM ALL ONAPTEIM1-1M2QMteifloNi •'••,- * r . - • • . "' 351.1 Annual UctnM. Th« own.rs of all dogi three months old or over, except do«i kept in kennels and not allowed to run *t largo, •hall annually obtain lieonse there, fore, as heroin provided. Kennel dogs are defined as those dogs kept or raised solely for the bona fide purpose of sale and which are kept Under constant restraint. 351.2 "OWNER" defined. The term "owner" shall, in addition to its ordinary moaning, include any person who keeps or harbors a dog. 351.3 Application by ewner. The owner of a dog for which a license is required shall, on or before the first day of January of each year, apply to the auditor of the county in which ho resides for a license for each dog owned by him. 351.26 Right and Duty to Kill Unlicensed Dog. It shall be lawful for any person, and the duty of all peace officers within their respective jurisdiction* unless such jurisdiction shall have otherwise provided for the seiiure and impoundment of dogs, to kill any dog for which a license is required, when such dog is not wearing a collar with license tag attached as herein provided. AMENDED BY HOUSE PILE 566 of the 61st GENERAL ASSEMBLY (in Part). Before a license is issued tor any dog, the owner must present evidence with the application required by Section 351.3 that the dog has been VAC- CINATEU AGAINST RABIES. Such evidence shall be a certificate of vaccination signed by a licensed .veterinarian, and the certificate shall show that the vaccination does not expire wi.thin o months from effective date of the dog license. Marc Moore KOSSUTH COUNTY AUDITOR LeoJ.lmimrfall KOSSUTH COUNTY ASSESSOR Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dau left Thursday for Islamorada. Fla., to spend the winter. Her rister, Mrs. Elma Sornsen, Walnut, accompanied them. They plan to return in the Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andrean were dinner guests at his parents, the Alvin Andreasen's, to celebrate Warren's birthday Wednesday. The T. J. Fishers were visited Monday by 'their son, Theodore Fisher, Granada, Minn., and Bill Muckey. who was enroute to Austin to visit his daughter, the former Irene Muckey. Danny Fisher and Ruth called there Sunday evening. Mayor and Mrs. Finn were in Spencer Friday where he attended the N. W. Mayor's Assn. meeting of which he is president. She visited with her brother, the Norman Crawfords. Mr. and Mrs. Al Buchanan spent the weekend with their son Bucky at Iowa City. Al attended a meeting also. Karen Lierley returned to Washington, D. C. Saturday where she attends the Washing ton School of Ballet. She had NEXT TIME MM MINIM/IK And Be Sure It's From EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1966 i No Service Charges Jin Personal Checking Accounts WITH A MINIMUM BALANCE Of $300 OR OVER. also 4% GUARANTEED INTEREST Continuation of our popular 4% - 90 Day Time Certificates Where Yew Interest Sterls Fran Dale Of Deposit We Sincerely Invite Your Banking Business IOWA STATE BANK AUKHULIOWA 'YOUR PARTNER IN PROGRiSS'

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