Algono Htmuth County THURSDAY, MAR, 10,1M6 - ALOONA, IOWA - y \ \S V AIM STEM tv JULIAN CHRIICHIUlf BACK IN JANUARY, the Advance published a front page story declaring "Kossuth County Taxes Lower" . . . the following week, the second Algona newspaper disputed the story reporting "the individual tax bills, in many cases, will be UP ..." but any person in Algona who has paid his property tax this year now realizes the Advance story was correct — the levy was down, evaluations were up, but PROPERTY TAXES IN ALGONA ARE DOWN in 1966! MUSINGS ON the best of Bulldog basketball in the past 30 years . . . from what we've seen and heard during the past quarter century and more, we'd name these as our all-time first string all-Algona school team for the period. Guards, Dale Teeter (1966) and Ken Lynk (1938); center, Doug Meyer (1956); forwards, Sig Wood (1964) and Chuck Crapser (1950). Second team selections would certainly include Brian Espe, Bruce Sundet, Dave Devine, Bob Percival and Jim Galbra ith. Whom have we omitted? A MAN FROM the Des Moines Register called the other day, reporting he was going to fly to Algona in a R & T airplane to get a picture and story of the vandalism at Garrigan ... his last name was "Penney" and he asked if someone from, our paper could meet him at the airport . . . so naturally, our nomination was Mrs Deim! MUSIC NOTES — If you enjoyed the singing of the late Nat "King" Cole, you'll want one of the latest of his releases and the only "In Person" album he ever cut. "Nat King Cole at the Sands" was recorded live at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and is truly a collector's item . . . currently the hottest group in the music world, the Ramsey Lewis Trio were paid $3500 for a week's appearance in Minneapolis not long ago! ONE OF THE finest track men ever to come out of Kossuth County, John O'Green of Swea City, is still doing some fine work on the cinders ... a freshman at Arizona State University, he recently competed in the Arizona Relays against southwest schools and in varsity competition, placed second in the triple jump and fourth in the broad jump in the meet ... both were tops for his school. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Green of Swea City and a 1965 Swea City high school graduate. School bit and pick-up ooNUo Stritca — Howard Blair, dri ver of a Northwest school bus service who drives for the parochial school at Bancroft, was struck by Frank Meyers, Sene* ca, while the bus was stopped for a stop sign a mile south of Seneca. Mr. Meyers, who was in a pickup, ran into the front of the stopped bus as he was turning the corner. The driver's vision was obscured by the frosted condition of the windshield The bus was loaded with children but no injuries occurred. Mrs. Everett Witham had the Seneca Modern Mixers Tuesday Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus gave an extension lesson. Guests inclu ded Mrs. Elmer Witham and Mrs. Hans Jensen. The Henry Wilbergs and Ken neth Halversons, Fenton, atten ded a farewell dinner Feb. 26, t Estherville for the Eldon ees. The Lees are moving to edar Rapids to begin farming. Eldon Lee is a son of the Elmer Lees, former Seneca resi- lents. August Nelson, the Kenneth lalversons and Merle, Fenton, eft Saturday for Arizona to vis- t the Fred Browns and Albin Nelsons. Mrs. August Nelson accompanied them to Des Moines to visit her daughter, Mrs. Betty Moll, and her grandchildren. Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Henry Looft attended a board meeting of the Emmetsburg conference Lutheran Women last Tuesday at Kanawha. They were given information on the general meeting of the ALCW Honored St. Joe MM. SylvMter Wagner •«•*•*****•«*•****••**•• Riverdale Rustlers II met Feb. 19. The pledge to the flag was led by Michelle Thilges and Carrie fhllgea led the 4-H pledge. Kathy Reding and Jean Reding gave a demonstration. For group activity, material and pattern were brought and a blouse was cut out. Guests included Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Marvin, Reding, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mrs. fcugene Kollasch. Linda Mae Reding and her mother were hostsses for the meeting. Reporter is Linda Mae Reding. The John F. Redings, Joel Redings and Harold Ulgs spent the weekend with the Dale Chi' coines at Jefferson, S.D, Charles Platfie, fterfliAfi the, John B. Reding and Mat Kitsch left Thursday moniin for a winter vacation trip. Rosa Lee lllg; daughter t Mrs. Rosalia Illg, freshman Briar Cliff college, SidUx spent a quarter break v at home. ,' "rl r BOB DIEKMANN was the recipient of the Dennis McTigue Achievement Award for general sales for the year 1985. Presentation of a large traveling cup and a smaller silver engraved cup for him to keep was made at the Hotel Roosevelt in Cedar Rapids during the state meeting.. .,.-.• Mr. Diekmann is the Special Agent for Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co. in five counties- Kossuth, Hancock, Palo Alto, Emmet, and Winnebago. His headquarters are in Algona. The District Agent and a former Al- gonan is Bill Zimmerman who is now in Spencer. The presentation was made by General Agent, Dean M. Kerl, of Sioux City. at Portland, Ore., July 6 : 8. The Roger Osborns, Carroll, spent the weekend with their parents, the Russell Kauffmans and Clarence Osborns. ANNUAL C.D.A. SMORGASBORD Sunday, March 13 - 3 to 7 p.m. • Roast Beef, Turkey, Meat Balls & Ham Adults — $1.50 Children under 12 — 75c SERVED BY C. D. A. 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