Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1966
Page 11
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AIN SUM iY JULIAN CHRISCHILLII *j»—«— • ^ 4_ »* »- * . - *.<• "HIM MMM m no MMT THUNDER SHOWERS in February, a "monster" neat Burt and now from Whittemore we hear of mosquitoes in the dead of xvinter ... but it seems John Mosbach opened the unused half of a combination hog-cattle waterer on his farm north of town and swears he was confronted by swarms of mosquitoes . . . John has two witnesses to back him up, too! EIGHT LOCAL business and professional men were discusfing the Viet Nam War the other night and of the eight, seven thought we had no business in the fighting . . . in varying degrees, all thought we should get out of Viet Nam as soon as possible and if we did stay, we could never win the final war there! QUOTABLE QUOTES — "Show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser." — Ralph Miller, University of Iowa basketball coach. * ' * * EX-ALGONA high school basketball coach Bob King had a fine season going for him at the University of New Mexico until a month or so ago ... his club had won 12 and lost one and was leading rated Utah at the half ... but when his team took the floor for the second half of the Utah game, his all-American center, Mel Doniels, somehow fell into and through a glass door , . . more than 200 stitches were needed to close the gashes. New Mexico lost that Utah game without Daniels and last weekend, dropped road games at Arizona and Arizona State ... in the Arizona game, his club led by four points with seven seconds to go and then lost in a double-overtime . . . another ex-Algonan, Jimmy Murtagh, nmv of Tucson, Ariz., was listening to the game a week ago Fric'av and became so excited, he called long distance to this writer so that we could listen to the final minutes of the radio broadcast over the teleohone ... it seems we were watching Clear Lake and Algona that night but he reported in Sunday by telephone with the story! King had a chance to regain national orestige Saturday night though . . . his club entertained Texas Western, the nation's No. 3 ranked club and one of only two unbeaten tennis in the nation (they beat Iowa in December). But the Lobos bowed 67-64 in an overtime! IF RPX VOYLES could have nut his strikes all in one game the other nifht at the Algona Rowling T.anes, he would have had the bowlers' dream "perfect game" ... as it was, he rolled a 289 pnme, the highest of the year at the alleys anrl tied for the all-time high . . . Rex had 13 strikes in a row in his 3-gamn series but they didn't all come in one game, of course. He was bowling for the North Iowa Appliance Center. OUR REQUIRED reading for any vnung, aspiring basketball, player, woulf' be "A Sense Of Where Yon Are" by John McPhee . . . it's a profile of the great Rill Bradlev of Princeton, considered bv many the finest college basketball player of all time . . . his formula for practice during four yen'rs of high school at Crvstal City. Mo. was this: 3M> hours after school every day, 9 to 5 on Saturday and 1:30 until 5 on Sunday . . . how many kids would sacrifice this much to be good. The book is at the local library. WISH THESE big magazines would quit giving Iowa all the hoopla . . . first it was Playboy ranking Iowa No. 1 in the nation and Jerry Burns "Coach of the Year" last summer before a football had ever been kicked and Iowa ended dismally at 1-9 ... then a month ago, Sports Illustrated gave Iowa the cover story and ranked them as one of the teams to beat in the Big Ten in basketball and now the Hawks have lost all four road games and are mired in the second division. AND IF YOU like to eat turtle meat, you may partake to your heart's content Saturday night, Feb. 26 ... the Legion boys down at Uvermore are planning a Turtle Supper that night for a good cause, too — Little League baseball teams there! A birthday dinner was held Sunday in the Mennet Trunkhill home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill's birthday, Chuck Trunkhill's, Mrs. Jerry Peterson's and Marvin Peterson's birthdays. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and little son and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and little daughter of Algona also Catherine Trunk- hill, who is employed at Fran's Beauty Salon in Algona. Mrs. Merti Huber and Gary were Sunday evening supper guests in the Robert Wood home. Mrs. Robert Wood's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Von Bank passed away Thursday night at about 85 years of age. The fun- feral will be Monday at West Bend. Students will give service at Lone Rock Lone Rock — Kermit Krueger and other students from St. Paul Bible College, St. Paul, will conduct services at the Presbyterian church Sunday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. There will be special music and instrumental! music. Mr. Ferry, a teacher, will also be on the program. The public is invited. The reception for the wedding of John GeitzenaUer and Eileen Lynch .was held Saturday in the Legion Hall. LEGION MEETS The Legion met last Tuesday night with 12 members pres ent. They voted to purchase £ new folding wheelchair to . be used in the community when ne cessary. Improvements are to be made on the furnace. A telephone has been installed. Boys' State was also discussed and will be brought up again at he next meeting. GOES TO PHILIPPINES The E. E, Pruits have moved nto an apartment above Priebe's grocery store. Mr.' Pruit who is in the air force will leave March 1 for the Philippine Islands. His family will wait here 4 to 6 months for government housing and then will join him. Mrs. Pruit is the former Verda- belle Behrends. Married Jail. 2 Saturday Viftitiflg the former's and' nlother, 'Mrs. Henry Stevens. QPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Sunday, Feb. 20 an open house will be held for the Clair Bellingers in the Presbyterian church from 2 to 5 p.m. No in vitations are being sent and al friends and relatives are invi ted. . Mrs. diet A,lme visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Blancharc from Wednesday to Sunday to recuperate after surgery at St Ann hospital, Algona. She re turned to her home at Ottosen Sunday. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs Dean Jergenson, Algona, visite< Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona, who is at the Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, who "h'a'd surgery Mori- day. The Ernest Jensens, Hackensack, Minn., spent two days, here visiting friends enroute to Phoenix, Ariz, for the winter. They visited the Richard Jensens and Ed Walds. They will Ledyard — Rosemary Jean Keefe, daughter of the Bern ard Keefes, Ledyard, and Pat rick Coulter DeCamp, son of the Russell DeCamps, Adel, were married Jan. 2 at the Methodist church in Adel at two o'clock. The pastor, Dr. Otto S. Steele, Jr., officiated. Joan Keefe was ter sister's bridesmaid. Mrs. Paul Hoy was organist and also accompanied Robert Fisher, so- oist. Michael DeCamp, student at Central College, Pella, was best man. Ushers were Michael Crouch and Dennis Luther. A reception was held at the Margaret Kile Tea Room. Mrs. Clyde Coulter poured punch and Mrs. Clarence DeCamp poured coffee. Both are grandmothers of the groom. Mrs Charles DeCamp, Dallas, cut the cake baked by Mrs. Wilma Me Manus. The bride's sister Marilyn served the cake. Patty Keefe had charge of the gifts, and Shirley and Lois Keefe were waitresses. She is a 1963 graduate of the Ledyard school and is employed by Northwestern Bell in Des Moines. He is a 1964 graduate of the Adel high school and will graduate from Grandview college in Des Moines in June. He has bsen accepted for the fall term of 1966 at Drake university. They live at 2116 Meek Ave., Des Moines. they Visited Mr. Black's cousin, daughter Suzanne, student at daughter Judy Wet* iti Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ufch Westmar College. i „-—.—.. —- ^ there. From So. Carolina* the Blacks visited overnight with friends in Georgia, and then went on to Florida, where they spent a week. The Blacks traveled all the Way down the East Coast of Florida, along the way, .hey visited St. Augustine, Day- toria Beach and Miami Beach, and then traveled on through :he Florida Keys, almost to Key West. The Blacks then went on to Cape Kennedy, where they were allowed to visit all of Cape Kennedy, except the missile site itself. They were not allowed to visit this area, as there was to be a missile shot the next day. Enroute home the Blacks visited Cypress Gardens, a famous spot in Florida, and also Silver Springs, where many of the Lloyd Bridges "Sea Hunt" television series are made. At Silver Springs, the visitors are taken out in glass bottom boats. The Blacks report you can see the bottom of Silver Springs, through the boat bottom and it is very silver in color. The Blacks also visited Tennessee, and Kentucky en-route home. ALOONA THURSDAY, *f I, 17, 1*4 Attending a family dinner at the Verl Pattersons Sunday were, the B.ert Huntleys, Mrs. Pearl Oyerbaygh, the Marion Huntleys, the Richard Huntleys, the Oliver. Huntleys, the Jay Huntleys and the Kenneth Andersons all of the Renvvick area, and Wayne Patterson, student at junior college, Mason City. The dinner was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Waldera, Algona. Marineus Hansen, who is making his Home with the Charles Reapers here at present, returned home Thursday after spending three weeks at Roland, visiting a sister, Mary Lar sen there. Randy,. Steve, Mike, Cindy Kay, Theresa, sons and daugh ,ers of the Dewey Skillings, Al gona, visited Sunday at the iome of their grandparents, th Robert Skillings of Irvington. The Clyde Dudleys spent las weekend at Le SECOND TIRE When you buy the first at price listed below Turnpike Proved Goodyear Ail-Weather "42" also spend some time with the Jerry Jensens at Bryan, Texas. The Jack Quinns left Satur day for a few days at their daughter, the Jim Thills, Cedar Falls. They will see a new grandaughter, Sandra Lynn, Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Douglas were Sunday visitors in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and the new baby girl, Shawn Corrine of Fort Dodge were also visitors in the Bristow home. This is Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow's first grand-child. She was born January 21st weighing six pounds and twelve ounces. born Feb. 4. The Thuls now have 3 girls and 2 boys. The Willard Thompsons re turned Thursday after a 10 day trip to Phoenix, Ariz., to visit his sister, the Jim Elsbeckers and also into California. They picked up a camper in Des Moines and went in that. Blacks return from two weeks in East, South Irvington — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black returned home Wed- SIZE 6.70 x 15 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 8.00x14 8.00x14 TYPE tube-type blackwall Tube-type whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall FIRST TINE 11.72 14.18 15.40 17.88 19.12 21.58 SECOND TIKI . Vi PRICE 5.86 ,7.09 . 7./0 '8.94 9.56 10.79 • The only low-priced tire with extra mileage Tufsyn rubber • Extra strong triple -tempt red 3-T nylon cord • Free mounting All prices plus tax NO TRADE-IN NEEDED NO MONEY DQm WEEKLY BUYS A PAIR! More people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind. GO Hilton's Sinclair Service 295-3654 State & Jones Streets Algon* nesday, Feb. 9, weeks vacation in after a which two they visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell, Cedar- vine, Ohio. From Ohio, the Blacks traveled on to Ashville, No. Carolina, where after they passed through the Cumberland Gap, they ran into a blizzard in the Cumberland Mountains. The driving became so hazardous in the Cumberland Pass, the Blacks had to stop for the night. They then continued on to Greenville, So. Carolina, where Farm LOANS Make the Most of Your 1966 Corn Crop Opportunities A took at last year's crop... and how to make the most of your 1966 corn crop . . . presented by the producers of PIONEER seed and your Pioneer salesman! * * * Jim Telecky, Pioneer Corn Service Agronomist for North Central Iowa, will cover your questions for Corn Growing. 1 t'-'f H Best sellers. Year For a loan to buy land, pay debts, finance improvement* or for other farm or family need*, come in and fee us. A long term, low cost Land Bank lotn oa your land may be the key to your future, • Long Ttrm t Low Pqym«nt« LAND BANK LOANS FEDERAL UNO OANK MMQIATION South of Penney's, AJgonj, low* (Preferably Mondays and, Wednesdays) E. H. Hotehins, Manager Helen HMI, A»tift*nt VFW Hall, Tmsday, Feb. 22-1:30 p.m. Last year will go down as one of the most unusual corn growing years in history, But it offers some points that can help you make 1966 one of your best. Abundant subsoil moisture and good corn prices offer real opportunities for profit this year, Plant population, herbicides, insecticides, hy-brids — Telecky has both training and experience to answer questions for you. He'll also take a look at conditions that affected last year's crop ... to help you plan this year's. SPONSORED BY YOUR . , . LOOM. PIONEER • after year, more people choose Cadillac than choose any other luxury car in the world. Shouldn't this alone lead you to " consider the worth of owning a Cadillac,-*-new or used? PIONEER. BRANQ SEED CORN The reasons for Cadillac's overwhelming popularity are numerous. Among the most important are its advanced engineering and meticulous craftsmanship. Cadillac's Ityling and luxury are renowned for dignity and good taste. Its alert performance and handling rival many sports cars. No other motor car in the luxury car jield retains its value as long or as well as Cadillac—a most important consideration at trading time. Finally, your nearby Cadillac dealer is long experienced in caring for Cadillac owners—and in seeing that their every need is attended to. Whatever you plaa to •pend on your next car, you should investigate the elegance, excellence and excitement of a Cadillac, new or previously-owned. Stwdoxd of tfie World I Cadillac Motor Car Division SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER'S ATTRACTIVE SELECTION OF NEW AND USED CADILLACS SCHULTZ BROS, 1009 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA

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