Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1966 · Page 6
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4-ALGONA (Iowa). ADVANCE MONDAY, JAN. H 1**6 iiiiinii THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON • Experienced Etnbalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 54 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 116-1006 — P86-1001 — 886-1970 Bear Facts By NEIL NURRE Friday night, January 2 Garrigan will play Mason City Newman ori the home court. A sock hop Vvill follow the game. — GHS— Friday night, January 14, Gar rigan played Austin Pacelli in the Garrigan gym. Garrigan won the game with a score of 81 to 59. The following night, the team traveled to Gilbertville to play Don Bosco. Garrigan also won that game with a score of ($ to 66. From now on it'* full ipeed ahead for Garrigan's Operetta, The Mtlsie Mfiti" • WritttA' 1 by 1 - For Shopping i? Winter Hoods 2 - To Consolidate Debit - Any Purpose 3 - Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE PHONE — WRITE — STOP IN TODAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays American Acceptance Corp. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 Those who km:,, MINNEAPOLIS Know ; _Ll MOTOR HOTEL' h For Convenience.... For Luxury Accommodations.. V I For Friendliness ... For Budget,Rates... For Resort- like Atmosphere .. .Easily Accessible to All Highways. * 105 rjcliKhtful Air- Conditionert Room* and Suites * National Gold Medal Award heated ' .King-Size Swimming Pool * Complete "Hotel Services * 24-HourSwitchboard * Free TV :* Play Area For Children _ !'-*• Baby Sitter Service.,"^ EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwood. Din- ing'Room featuring Hearth Charcoal Drolled Steaks — Colfee Shop open , from\6:00 i.m.'"tlll Midnight- Cocktail Lounge, Aniplt FrM Parking In Front 01 Your Room SINGLE ROOMS J 8.50 lo.J 9.SO DOUBLE ROOMS $12.50 to $14.00 •Children under 12 FREE In same room with Adults. I(B I). »nu lol Rtver.oljou! -^ Hhimc (Area 6 it 1 ) !>88 4^b\.p|* >\' *• .' H'OUDAt MOTOR HOTtl In Kigl.».iyv !QO »nc 5VWe}'t, ff ,f' dpolU 22,,.Minnesota Minute, fu.rn DtmnUmn— 15 Min'jAei .(rom iM«l 4 itadlyfp 1 HgrObt tlietnint and Vikmgi -~ Zf/MinuUi'trviii Int. .Alijjprt.(/.»?.;' lt> , . Meredith Willson. Main parts for this Broadway Musical hit are: Bob Nichols, ViCkl Me Quire, Dennis Besch, Florence McGuire, Jim Gehgler, Pat Loebig, Ken Fuchsen, Barb Stoffel, Mary Jo Becker, Nora Nurfe, Jerry Bormanh, John Hamilton, Hazel McEnroe, Mike Lickteig, Tom Fuchsen, Frank Hildnmfi, Ron Kohlhaas, Bill O'Brecht, and Cortnie\Bormann. Accompanists will be Ruth Cassel and Corinne Bormann. The Musical Comedy is baing directed by Mr. John Stfirba, Sister Virginia Marie, P.B.V.M., and Sister Mary Ignatius, P.B.V.M. —GHS— Garrigan ended its fir*t semester on Thursday, January 13 when semester tests were finished. Friday was a free day and classes resumed on Monday for the beginning of a new semester. .. Installation of Eastern Star is held at Burt Burt — Eastern Star held public installation in their hall Jan. 18 with 95 present. The installing Worthy Matron was Grace Countryman, Pierson, who is Past Grand Martha and district "instructor. Installing Chaplain was Beth Miller. Installing Marshal was Ruby Hinckley, Installing Organist, Mary Georgia Hansen. The new officers ire Worthy Matron, Karen Davios; Worthy Patron, Harian Blanchard; Assoc: .Matron, Shirley Amesbury; Assoc. Patron, Clarke Miller; Cone?., Esther .Hilton; , Assoc. Cond., Bertha Newbr^ughv Sac.; Mabelline Lovstad; treas.,' Lefie McMullen; marshal, County 4-H adult group plans program Betty Miller; organist, ,• Mary Jaiie Dugan. : Ada, Mary Jean Andrews; Ruth, Irene Bjustrom; 'Esther, Ooris, Miller; Martha, Lorraine "ampney; Electa, Ruby Hinckley; Chaplain, Ethel Drepunel; Warder, Genevieve Graham; sentinel, Oliver Graham. ' Carol Johns* sang a solo accompanied by Mary Georgia Hansen. The Worthy patron was escorted to the East by her husband Rev. M. C. Davies, her daughter,.Beth;,saijg, "My,Mother", accompanied by Helena Dodds and her: son Owen pre sented a corsage. The Worthy Patron was escorted to the East by son Jonathan, LeRoy? Bras sang "Living for Jesus accompanied by Mrs. Bras. ,V The Star Points and Conductresses presented a ceremony, "Garden .of Flowers." ^Doris Miller sang "The Lord's, Pray- The 1966 4-H adult committee has begun it's work of planning, evaluating and helping in the carry out of the 4-H program. This group of four men and four women is made up from people living throughout, the county and from all types of professions. The 1966 members are Laurel Peterson, Swea City; Arlan Tengwall, Algona; Jim Mullins, Corwith; Fred Asa, Algona; Mrs. Joe Loebach, Titonka; Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton; Mrs. Ben Anliker, West Bend and Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Swea City. The 'committee, which meets bi-monthly works on program planning, award selection, county events and activities, and evaluation. In addition they help with the carry out of many activities, serve on numerous subcommittees and are very instrumental in bringing about improvement to the coun ty program. The work that the committee does is purely voluntary anc certainly a credit to themselves and their community. The retir ed 1965 members are Dick Kuecker, Algona; Leander Vas ke, Bancroft; Mrs. Ray Laabs en, Algona. Back row, 1 to r: Laurel Peerson, Swea City; Arlan Teng- vall, Algona; Fred Asa, AJgo la; Jim Mullins, Corwith. Front row, 1 to r: Mrs. Joe Loebach, Titonka; Mrs. Henry lOoft, Fenton; Mrs. Ben Anlik- jr, West Bend; Mrs. Oryille rhoreson, Swea City. Car into ditch southeast of Algona There was 'amage to the left side and front of a car driven by Robert E. Lucey, Algona, about 12:10 a.m. Saturday when the machine went into a ditch about two miles southeast of Algona on the back road to Irvington. The 1956 car is owned by Mary Lucey. Accord ing to deputy sheriff Larry Hudson, Lucey was traveling top fast for the condition of the road and took his eyes off the road. . TO MALAYSIA — Kelly De- loer, son of Mrs. Margaret De- Roer, Hartley, who is a Peace Corps Volunteer, left for Malaysia on Dec. 6th for an assign- Services for Dale Dundas held Friday Burt — Funeral services for Dfcle Di Dundas, 60, Burt, were field at two o'clock Friday at the First Presbyterian church with Rev. Calbreath officiating. Burial was in the Burt ceme tery with Garry Funeral Horns in charge. Pallbearers were Glenn Black, Leonard Stencel, Harold Presthus, Nathaniel Bangs, Herman Rachut Jr., and Donald Behnkendorf. Dale Dundas was born November 12, 1905 at Armstrong, son of F. H. and Mary Mathews Dundas. He married Buelah Gifford June 8, 1940. He was a well known stock buyer in this area and lived in Burt. He died at St. Ann hospital 'where he had been a patient since October. Surviving are his wife, his mother, Mrs. Mary Dundas, in the Turner Nursing Home at Fenton, and three daughters of a previous marriage: Marlys, Milwaukee, Wis.; Betty, Mrs. Merle Heetland, San Bernadino, Calif.; Sharon, Mrs. James Jones, San Jose, Calif. Also surviving are three sis- ;ers, Mrs. Martin Griese, Burt, Mrs. Buelah Andrews, Roches ter, Minn.; Mrs. Herman Jaskul- Ice, Granada, Minn, and two brothers, J. A. Dundas, Chicago 111., and Dr. R. J. Dundas, Santa Ana, Calif. There are three grandchildren. Mrs. R. M. Phillips/ librarian df the* Iwar library, will lc*v§ by plane from Masott City, Thursday, for Berkley, GaM, where she will Visit her son, Mr. and Mrs:: David Phillip*. She will also visit relatives at Pasadena before returning home. AUCTION A, I have decicbd to «llt f.rmina I will 4 frtilei of Buffalo bUc to black- Lone Rock and Mrs. George Al ment as a teacher. Wednesday, Jan. 26 Cows Will Sell at 12:00 O'clock Sharp Lunch on Grounds - COWS SELL FIRST - 12 p.m. Sharp 14 HOLSTEIN MILK COWS DUE May 10 Open 1—4th Calf 2—2nd Calf 3—5th Calf 4—4th Calf 5—2nd Calf 6—1st Calf 7—2nd Calf DUE April 7 July 18 March 20 Open March 17 March 29 May 2 8—3rd Calf 9_4th Calf 10—5th Calf 11—1st Calf 12—5th Calf 13—lst Calf 14—6th Calf Open May 22 July 7 Open March 3 AUCTIONEER'S NOTE — All of the cows in this herd except one are from artificial insemination. All over 30 months are T.B. and Bangs tested. This is a very outstanding herd of milk cows — all are young with a good future ahead of them. If you need replacement cows or more to increase your herd . . . please don t miss this sale. 13 CALVES Milking Equipment 1 Heifer Calf — 7 months old 1 Heifer Calf — 6 months old 1 Heifer Calf — 4 months old 10 Crossbred Hsreford-HoUtein Calve* — 2-4 months old COME EARLY — ALL DAIRY STOCK WILL BE SOLD FIRST BEGINNING AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP Suroe Milker — 2 Buckets Pipeline for 18 Cows Milk Cooler — 6-Can Side Door 18—10-Gallon Cans FARM EQUIPMENT City, Armstrong, Algona, Lone Rock and Burt. Clara Shilts, Past Grand Warder and district instructor was present. LIONS CLUB MEETS Burt Lions club met in tho L?gion Hall Jan. 17. The 6:30 dinner was served by Auxiliary committee, Genevieve Graham. Leona Lacy, Mary Nelson and Genaveve Spry. Guests were Lo-j well Winter, Los Angeles,; Cailif., and Bernard Miller, Burt. The attendance drawing was won by Darrell McFarland. Lion Sill reported the annual pancake day was a success. The jrogram committee showed a :ilm on the Bahamas. er" and "I'll Alone". Past Never Matron Irene Bjustrom presented a Gloxinia to the new matron and a memo pad to the new patron. Refreshments were served after installation by the "Walter Campneys, Lea Pratts and Wayne Dugans. Irene Bjustrom poured. Guests were present from Pierson, Titonka, Swea OPEN HOUSE HELD There were 209 registered at an open house Jan. 18 at the Burt Telephone building. They toured the new building and were served coffee and cookies. Door prizes were won by Roy Ringsdorf, H. E. Rachut, Sr., and K. J. Smith. Flowers were presented by the Burt Li ons Club, the Burt Reminder, the Burt Savings bank and the Automatic Electric Co. Sitanley Blacks and Walter Pe- dersens, Humboldt. The Stanley Blacks now have nine grandchildren. Fidelis Class will meet Jan. 26 at the Cunningham Tea Room. Hostesses are Stella Geesman and Minerva Curtis. Roll call is Winter Ideas and the program is by Lorena Roark and Gladys Hawcott. The Roy Ringsdorfs left Wednesday', for,.-a .-winter: vaca; Ion in Texas and nearby states in the south. J. P. Steven had an operation for hernia at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Jan. 19. The Grover Giddings and two daughters left Thursday for Dallas, Texas, where he will be employed as a machinist. They will rent the home they purchased from the Volentine estate. MAKE BANDAGES Shirley Circle worked from Honor roll at Whittemore is announced Whittemore — The honor roll and honorable mention for the second quarter at St. Michael's school here was announced. Following are the 7th and 8th graders honored: Honor Roll Grade 7: Janice Kenne, Patricia Kenyon, Cynthia Lane and Terry Simons. Grade Eight: David Besch, Mark Besch, Mary Besch, Nan r cy Eischen, Ann Foley, Pamela forsCH and Mary Urich. Honorable Mention Grade 7: Joan Elbert, Katheen Elbert, Marilyn Genglea-, (irk Schuller and Margaret Urich. Grade 8: Joan Derner, Dale Detrick, Linda Dogotch, Patricia llbert, Linda Muller, Thomas Kollasch and Jeffrey Schuller. Guests Monday Ringsdorf's were 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Jan. X9 in the Methodist church basement making bandages and bed pads for the hospitals in Korea, All circles have been doing this and they will have a bake sale Saturday at Don Mitchell's shop. The money is needed to pay the postage on the hospital packages. WHAT KIND OP A BUY IS A BUICK? AM^l •Manufacturer's HJflOejled rttall price (or Specie! V-62-dr. coupe. Price Includes Federal E<cLc Ta. and sugoested denier delivery and handling charge (transportation charges, accessories, other optional equipment, state end local IBMIS additional). Now you can afford a Buick. Now you no longer need to settle for the also-rans. You'll get the best possible trade-in deal. The monthly payments won't crimp the budget. Make this week one of the best in your life. Hop on over to your Buick dealer. It couldn't be a better time. See your local authorized Buick dealer DATE BAKE SALE Circles of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church will have a bake sale Jan. 29 at Mitchell's electric shop at 10 a.m. until all sold. Money will be used to pay postage on hospital packages to Korea. The Perry St. Johns, Savage, Minn., were weekend guests at the Stanley Black's. The Gene Pedersens, Humboldt, have a 6 Ib. 1 oz. daughter born Jan. 19 at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Pedersen is the former Jane Black. Grandparents are the at Wendell Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mrs. Amelia Polhemus, the Roy Ringsdorfs, Donald Ringsdorfs and W. B. Ship- lers, Swea City. The Dr. M. I. Lichters attended the open house at the home of her parents, the W. D. How- ies, Mason City, for their 55th wedding Jan. 18. Recent guests at J. L. Miller's were the C. E. Millers, Estherville, on their way to California. The Duane Harms family have moved from the Gisch upstairs apartment. He is working for Welp's hatchery helping sel up buildings northeast of Burt Friends of Mrs. Anna Zankc have received word that she has moved from the Turner Rest Home at Armstrong to the home of Mrs. Marie Jacobs 1003 4th St. NW in Austin Minn. NAVY MAN MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Prichard, Kailua, Hawaii, announce the marriage of their daughter Sheela Ann and Thomas F. Macumber, Dec. 30, 1965 at Sunset Chapel, Reno, Nev. Thomas is the son of the Clarence Ma- cumbers and is serving in the navy and will be enrolled in school at Great Lakes, 111., following a short leave. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE 150 IHC 'M' Tractor — overdrive, Live PTO 19*6 IHC 'H' • 1946 J.D. 'B' — with Power Trol 1954 International Pickup — % ton — 4 speed transmission. This is a top-condition Pickup Horn Manure Loader • Snow Bucket * Heat House r IHC 12-ft. Field Cultivator • Drive-On Hoist 1965 J.D. FH-620 3-14" Trip-Bottom Plow J.D. 3-16" No. 555 Trip-bottom Plow ft Vise New Holland 66 Baler — PTO • 3—J.D. 15-ft. Discs A.C. No. 60 Combine (complete) ft Trash Rake J. I. Case Pull-Type Corn Picker • Air Compressor Grain Swather UN. I. Side Rake * Quack Digoer IHC 438 4-row Cultivator • J.D. Endgate Seeder J.D. 2-row Cultivator (quick-tach) J.D. 490 Corn Planter with Fertilizer Attachment IHC 7-ft. Power Mower • 12 x 38 Tractor Chains 2 M.W. 5-ton Trailers • 2 Flare Wagon Boxes Kovar 4-section Harrow • Trailer and Flatrack J.D. Model 'H' Spreader ft Extension Ladder J.D. Wide-Tvpe 48-ft. Elevator with Truck Hopper IHC 2-14" Slat Bottom Plow • 15-ft. Feed Bunk 200-ft. 1" Galvanized Pipe • Handy Man Jack 300-gal. Gas Tank, Hose and Stand Mounted SAW for Tractor • Walk-In Hog Feeder Electric Grinder on Stand • Surge Electric Fencer A Lot of Good Small Tools • Household Items 8' x 20' HOG HOUSE 12' x 16' BROODER HOUSE Approx. 400 Bales of HAY: *00 B»les of STRAW — Some CORN SILAGE — USUAL AUCTION TEiRMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before sale time. No property to be removed until settled' for. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. GEORGE ENNEN ""*" Auctioneers — Cols. Roy B. Johnson, 293—Buffalo Center, Iowa Charlie Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa Clerk — Farmers Trust & Savings Bank. Lakota, Iowa CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Fast Service § Competitive Rates Dependable '• FUNK Plumbing & Heating South Dodge Algona SIZES TO FIT ALL CARS Blackwall TiibcltM SiM 6.00x13 6.50x13 7.50x14 6.70x15 7.75x14 7.75x15 8.00x14 7.10x15 8.25x14 8.15x15 8.50x14 7.60x15 8.55x14 8.45x15 8.00x15 8.20x15 8.85x15 9.00x15 1«l Tir« $15.95 17.25 20.60 23.30 25.55 29.10 2nd Tirt V4 Price $ 7.97 8.62 10.30 11.65 12.77 14.55 All prices plus tax e Super "gripping tread for wet or dry roads e Extra-safe 3-T nylon cord body e Extra-mileagc' Tuftyn rubber NO MONEY DOWN,,,'12S WEEKLY BUYS A PAIR! More people ride on Coodyeir tires (ban on any other kind. Hilton's Sinclair Service State § Jont« Street*

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