Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1966 · Page 2
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10 -20 - 30 A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim March 22, 1956 One of the biggest bags of foxes, if not the largest in history, was turned in to County Auditor Moore by 16 Swea City area hunters. The 114 fox and one wolf wern taken with a .20 mile radius of City. 2—ALGONA (Iowa) : ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH 21 1966 Five inches of snow had fal len on the first day of spring, just when everyone thought spring had come at last. Bids were opened for the Burt School addition but the contracts .had not been let as of,this date. Surplus butter, cheese, dried milk, pork, nieal, flour, etc. was to ibe distributed to low income families at the county relief office by Mrs. Huber without charge. County Treasurer Voigt had received a state check for $167,937 for Kossuth agricultural land tax credit. The Kbssiith claim was $180,865, but there w4$ hot enough money in.. :> the fund to pay all county claims so they were settled at 92.85 cents on the dollar. (Open House wa» held for the new Towii Hall and Fire Station at Whittemore. Another milestone for the community which was incorporated in 1891 had been reached. Open House was held in the Methodist church, in Burt with 70 persons attending. March 28, 1946 the wrong delivery of 'my Lions club at Burl to elect new officers Burt — Third Vice President Kenneth Sarchet presided at the regular meeting bt the feurt Lions club March 21 With 19 mem bers present The drawing was \v6n by Fred Da Vis. Reports were given by Hanson and Cranston on program possibilities for the Senio^ Banquet. The nominating, committee reported the following nominations for the officers for 1966-67: President, none; 1st vice, Parrel Da vis; 2nd vice, Kenneth Sarchet 3rd vice, Rev. Bruce Calbreath sec.-treas., Wallace Hawcott Tail twister, Bruce Cranston; Uon taiiier, Al Hinckley; Directors for ten years, Fred Davis and Floyd Sill. Acting Pres. Sarchet called for nominations from ,the floor for president. Fred Hilton was named to succeed himself for a 2nd term. The program consisted of short talks on trips, by Luther, Miller and..Ray McWhorter. Legion Auxiliary members serving the 6:30 dinner were Maree Bahn- on, Elizabeth Cummings, Ruth Alice Patterson, Myrtle Zwiefel, ihd Gladys Hawcott. WMiiMiiora kniln is named director Dr. Thomas Lensing, Whittemore, formerly of Bancroft, was elected a director of Hart- and ( .Inc., it a Des Mpines based corporation in management and investment in cattle feeding operations. Other directors are from Eagle Grove, Kansas, Missouri and Wisconsin. The firm is feeding cattle in 14 feedlots in five midwestern states, with Mr.,and Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Mrs. Fannie Barrack and Mae Bagley and Mrs. Waif Waltman were dinner gu&tt oft Wedn'4 day Hi the home of Mr*. Either Kouba iti honor o! thfe birtJidiy 6f Mrs. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Adrain of Marengo visited Sunday with his father, Frank Adrain, and at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Claude. Mrs. C, B. Robinson had a few ladies in on Thursday for; the birthday of Mrs. Mae Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson and family of Algona visit* ed at the C. B. Robinson home on Saturday morning and also with other friends. M. D. Schcffleman has chased the Sunray D-X pur bulk tank from Ben Widen andlooft over Monday. Mr. Widen will work for the company as a traveling auditor. David Baumeister, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baumeister, of Arcata, , Calif., former Corwith resident, was wounded in Viet Nam. David is a helicopter pilot: stery' carpets to the Presbyterian church in Algona instead of the Congregational church was solved after a week during which time the Presbyterians thou ght. an unspoken prayer had been, answered. The Congrega tionalists were " v "delighted that the carpets were in their prop er place in .time for a distric meeting. A bolt of (ightning shatterec 20 windows:in, the farm home of the M. W; Woltzes, four mi les south of Burt. The tree hi was 15 feet from the house. With th« wars over, there was talk of resumption of Britt's famed hobo conventions. King Ben Benson hoped to drum up enough hoboes for an August convention. A hobo- ette, 'Polly Pep', wanted to be the queen. For the first time in a number of years AHS was to have a baseball t team, .Fifty boys turned out for practice. The Wesley Riflt Club with a membership of 50 had scheduled a special meeting to hear a talk on safety of firearms. Union Township had .donated $134 over the quota of $180 for the Red Cross. 7500 head on feed. NURSING CAP Whittemore — Linda Sue Adams, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs G. H. Adams, Whittemore, received her nurse's cap at St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing at Sioux City a week ago Sunday, March 20. She is a graduate of Garrigan high school. March 19, 1936 The interior of the Algona swimming pool bath house was wrecked by vandals. Baskets were shattered, windows brok en, and the cash register dam aged. Work had begun on the PWA project to beautify the Algona city dump. A total of 44 men were to be employed all sum mer on the $15,000 project. An influx of Iowa Highwe' Patrolmen were patroling high ways 169, 18 and 9, in a licens< war between Iowa and Minnesota motor vehicle registration bureaus. Five or six Minnesota trucks had been required to buy Iowa licenses. The Iowa action was an outgrowth of a Min- Mrs. Harry L. Mew Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Will of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Larson and family of Hardy, nd Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Robnson were Sunday, dinner quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will. A daughter was born on Saturday, March 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullin at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Brilt. She weighed 7 Ibs. and 10 oz. Don Wood, brother of Wiliam Wood, underwent major surgery at the Onawa hospital on Wednesday. Mrs. Addie Ha mm spent the weekend with,her daughter and family, Mrs. Art Kraft in Renwick. On Sunday, they visited at the Gary Reynolds home in Ft Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Einil Zimball of Kansas, a niece of Mrs. Clarence Robinson and Gotch and Fred Will, visited 'on Thursday at the C. B. Robinson home. She is the former Rilla Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jur gensen and grandson Scott vis ited Sunday at the home o Mrs. Clara Wolfe in LuVerne. hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service ^-i'^r Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to •hop* and airport 5637 Lyndala Avo., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 54411 On U. S. Hwys. 65 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 : nesota regulation few weeks before imposed a when Iowa truckers were required to get Minnesota licenses. A charge of dynamite was found in the coal as Francis Poola was about to fire the boiler in the Swea City Creamery. It was surmised that the dyna/ mite was a "dud" from th mine. The fuse, cap, and dynamite were intact. A carnival of real values was advertised by Jimmje Neville: ladies felt slippers, 25c; ladies' slippers—fine kid ties, $1.35; children's oxfords, 59c; boys shoes, $1-25; $1.98. barnyard shoes, BJRTHPAYS — "Grandpa" Peter Brgderson, Harlan, has had onlv 22 birthdays yet is 90 years old this year. His grandson observed his 23rd birthday on Feb> 25, now mafcjng hjni one yeajr older than hjs grandfather! "Grandpa's" birthday is Fek 29th; fee was bor» in 1876 (I AUCTION To settle the estate of C. B. Egesdal, the following described pro oerty will be sold at public auction at the farm located 3% miles south of Buffalo Center on the Mill Road on ... FRIDAY, APRIL 1st Lunch on grounds — AUCTION TIME 1:00 P.M. 1949 AC 'WD' Tractor, with MW Pistons — good rubber, A real good tractor; 1962 A.C. Cultivator (quick-tach); McCulloch 2/man chain saw; Air compressor, just overhauled; some household goods. POULTRY EQUIPMENT — Six new ten-hole hen made roll-away nests; 12 case egg cooler; walk-in egg cooler; 2 gas Jamesway brooders; some other poultry equipment. Approximately 200 bales Good Alfalfa Hay; 150 Bales Straw; 300 Bales Wild Hay; some Chopped Straw; 500 bu. Oats, some '64. some '65; 900 bushels of Corn. 1964 AC Rear-mounted Cultivator; IH 7-ft. Mower; N.I. Manure Spreader; JD Side Rake; 2M Corn Picker; 1962 N| 451 Stalk Cutter; JD 15-ft. Disc; 2 Grain Binders; AC 3-14" Mounted Plow (slat bottoms); AC 3-14" Mounted Plow (trip bottoms); Ceylon Trash Rake; 4-section Drag; Drive-on Hoist; J.I. Case 2-row Cultivator; Trailer-type Sprayer; A.C. 2-14" Plow; 1959 JD '494' 4-row Corn Planter with fertilizer and insecticide attachments, disc openers and 160 rods of wire; JD Endgate Seeder; JD Corn Shelter; 2- wheel Machinery Trailer; 300-gal. Gas Tank with Stand; 2 Rubber- tired Trailers; Steel Wheel Wagon; Midwest Hoist; 2 Steel Flare Poxes; NI 36' Elevator, wide hopper; IH 50T Baler, with motor; JD Trailer; Wheel Weights; Flat Rack; Road Drag; Feed Bunk; Slat Cribbing; Steel Posts; Creosote Posts; Crib Flooring; Cement Box; Tractor Chains. 1955 Chevy Pickup — real good — 42,474 miles, real, good tires. 14 Hamp Sows {second Utter) to farrqw last of April, bred to Hamp Boar; Hog Equipment — 8 portable hog houses; 10x12 Grain Bin; 70 gal. Hog Waterer; g Pax round hog feeders, nejjr new, Usual auction terms -^ Not responsible for accidents. C,|. IgfSBiH flTATf , Cols. Roy p. JoJknsoP and Jacjf PsVries, gy^^lq £e nttr., eers; Farmers Trust & Savings £ep|$r t stores are all of your needs. to serve Make Algona your Spring Shopping Headquarters for all your needs! You'll lite Hi* Friendly Merchants, ALGONA OFFERS YOU . . . + Lawn & Garden Supplies THIS MESSA8E INSURANCE Blossom Insurance Agency BUILDING Algona Plumbing ft Heating Car«on'< for Color Cowan Corp. Punk Plumbing a. Heating P. R. Irons Heating A Plumbing Laina Heating i Plumbing Miller Lumber Co Setter's Davis Paint Store SHerwin-Williams Color €*nter United Building Center*, Inc. FARM EQUIPMENT SPONSORED BY THESE PUBLIC - SPIRITED ALGONA MERCHANTS JEWELRY MANUFACTURERS Universal Manufacturing Co. FURNITURE -OFFICE SUPPLIES Bjuctrom Furniture Co, Read's Furniture A Carpets, Inf. Foster's SPECIAL SERVICES Algona Advance Aigona Oreenh«uses Consolidated Cp-op. Creameries North Central Public Service Co. Post Transfer Co, The Smoke Shop Ludwig's Cift SEWING MACHINES Fl«ur i Feed Co. Jot Bradley Butcher Bro«. Taylor Implement Co. Ernie Williams Algona Implement Algona Produce North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. APPLIANCES j TEIIVISIQN Tom's Radio i TV Electronic Specialties N»rth Iowa Appliance Center DRY CLEANERS • LAUNPRY Marshall a\ Swift Cleaners Modern Dry Cleaners Elk Cleaners CLOTHING * SHOES The Chrischilbi Store Christensen's Style Center Grahams Department Store leuthold Williams (Hub Clothiers) Kirk's Shot Store J. C. Penney Co. S * L Co. Sheakleys Shilts BrownbiU Shoe Store Zender'f FINANCIAL lew* Stttf Btnk The Security State Bank Home Federal Savings ft Loan Assn. Algona Sharp's Jewelry Wiltgon Jewelers DRUG STORES Honsbruch Drug Rusk Drug & Jewelry HARDWARE CtasHo Coast Storas Gambles Frederick Hardware Store AUTOMOTIVE § Starlit* The*tre«. Tf II P»ul'i Viking Oil Co. Bohr Standard Service Dau's Garage 4ack'$ 0. K. Tire Service Kossuth Motor Co. Taylor Motor Co. Percival Motors VARIETY STORES iemgaars Ben Frtnklin Harrison's Variety

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