Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 4, 1966
Page 6
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(Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY APKfL 4, 1*M Naw data for Fwrton "round-up" new date has set for the Kindergarten Round'tfp for the Setitral School District It will ba held at the Sentral high school building on Tuesday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. Need Printing? Cull the ADVANCE) Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS ' , --f •' • "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heatirig Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOULEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndale Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 On U. S. Hwys. 35 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 Bulldogs honored at Char lies Cart driven toy Robert Clafk, fcritt, and Mary Ann Waldron, Sherixirn, Minn,, were involved in an accident with a horse tour mile* west of Swea City on iighway 9 about 9:30 p.m. Neither of the drivers, of the cars were injured but the horse was killed in the crash. There was $300 damage to the Waldron machine and $56 to the Bfitt car. Patrolman Jerry Michael of ttumboldt was called to the scene to investigate. ALGONA'S STATE tournament basketball team continued on the "banquet" circuit and was treated to a dinner at Charlie's Supper Club Friday night by John Levy, owner of the North Iowa Appliance Co. here. Levy and assistant coach Keith Christie are barely visible .at .far 1 left. Shown around the table starting at lower left are Dave Cowan, Dennis Brie- dert, Brocke Laws, Bill Kraft, Bill Bpldridge, Tom Claude'. Craig Espe, Dave Walker,.Bob'Farnham, Stjeye Waller, Dan Merryman, .Tom Jones, Doug Jones, Dale Teeter and Coach Howie Stephehson. , . .'. FENTON YOUTH ADMITTED Sioux Falls, S. Dak. — Jill Jensen, Fenton, has been accepted for admission to Augus- tana College for next year. She is. a graduate of Sentral Community • High School and the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Ted V. Jensen. WATCH! WAIT! — SPECIAL NEWS FROM — Bronson IN ADVANCE base it on payroll and property factors. It is believed quite possible 1 that Iowa would suffer more than any other state from, its passage. Iowa's present four per cent corporate income tax is based entirely on sales made within the state. This is advantageous in the competition for new industries, but the advantage would be completely wiped out by the federally-dictated changes. The pending bill— H.R. 11798 — is the product of a four-year Thursday Doghouses, pigs burned at Swea The .Swea City fir* department was called to the Robert Anderson farm southwest of Sweii City last Tuesday morning where a portable hog house was on fire. One of three portable hog houses was in flames when firemen arrived and a second house also caught fire and was termed a total loss. Also destroyed in the fire were 10 baby pigs and two sows. Mrs. Anderson discovered the fire and had to drive to town to report it since there was no telephone service at the farm because of the recent storm. Opinion of Editors [Neil Maurer in Liurens Sun) A bill now pending in the U.S. House of Representatives would cause great damage to Iowa's economy. This is the bill which would require all states with a corporate income tax to study authorized by Congress in 1959 and 1961, It has aroused widespread opposition in many states besides Iowa. This unwarranted intrusion upon the rights of states should be defeated. '' • ' / •' Honor List — Barbara, Kathleen and Larry Keig, all members of the same family and currently enrolled at Upper Iowa University, all have been named to the Dean's Honor List for outstanding scholarship for each semester they have been in attendance at college. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Keig, West Union. Centenarian — Mrs. Hilda Larson celebrated her 100th" birthday at her home in Aha- mosa March 20. She was born in Sweden in 1866 and she and her husband, L. P. Larson far? med near Anamosa in Jones county until his death in 1921: Hilda has eight great-great grandchildren.' .' ' f> , • i; **,*•*' >•.»*<.[ ivi- ELECTED TREASURER Sioux City — Bill ' 'Bartlett, Algona, was elected treasurer of the 1966-67 Student' : Council of Morningside College. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Horn killad in crash Friday AA home or away 81c and; $1.13 Dependable rcl!«t for diarrhea.. Malw'sura you always hay* » bottle handy... just in cts«. HQNSBRUCH DRUG . Algeria HICKORY DICKORY DOCK LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES are in effect every night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day on Sunday. .You "can call anywhere in the U.S. (except: Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00* or less. Enjoy a telephone visit at the lowest rates in history—it's the next best thing to being there! *0nly $1.50 or less from 6 to 8 p.m. daily and all day on Saturday. Three-minute' station rate. Plus tax. Northwestern Bell Alw»yt • Frtirlto ,.. A OliM (H Mflk Treat yourself to a cola 1 glass of milk any time of the day or night, It's delicious and good for you, too. WE'RE NOW READY TO CLEAN YOUR OATS UNTIL APRIL 9TH eee«»««eee«»««e«« BOYS 8IRLS Sprin Spring . . . Easter , , fashion news . . . values! So many reasons to own a new suit now, and so many great styles for your selection . . . you'll be , happy when you hurry in to see our array of fashion-wise suits, carefully chosen to please you. Spring Fashion Blouses To complement your Easter suit. MODE - 0 - DAY SHOPPE 108 E. State JO RUARK, Owner ALGONA, IOWA H-}~H~H^-«-f4«H-H- Phone 295-3214 •1 i iM M H 1 I H 111 1 Special Offer Now Through Saturday 6.70x15 tube-type blackwall, plus tax, no trade-in needed Goodyear All- Weather "42"-the only low-priced tiro with Extra-Mileage Tufayn Rubber and Extra-Strong 3*T Nylon 9 Blackwalls and WMtewalls. NO MONEY DOWN! FREE MOUNTING! J CQOOVI4I MATIPM-WIQI "NO IIMIT" GUARANTf* No limit orVmonths t No limit on JQUw.i Ite UwH »* THIS GUARANTEE any of more than |0,000 Goodyear to roads • No limit as to speed_«_For.the_entlreJife dealers in the United States and Canada will make , limit as to speed « For the entire life dealers in the United AU NEW GOODYEAB AUTO TIRES ARE allowance on • new tfre based on o/iei hip and remaining and Gpjjdyeat'f printed^ "Exchange Price" of the tread GUARANTEED against"defectfln materials and normal ' •—' 'punctures B IF A " S on o/ieinal tread depth ^ on coGOOD/fEAR THI 1AFITY MINQVQ COMPANY Hihon Sinclair Service SOW -BUCK CLUB The Co-op Sow Buck Club is sponsored by Consumers Co-op Assn., Boone Valley Co-op Processing Assn. and participating local Co-ops to help Iowa boys and girls get a start with purebred gilts. Feed tags from Co-op concentrates are exchanged for "Sow Bucks." The Sow Bucks are used for money to buy purebred gilts at a Sow Buck Auction later in the year. Get full information at your local Co-op Elevator. But hurry ... there's a 50 Free Sow Buck Bonus if you register before April 1,1966. EARN A PUREBRED GILT IN 1966 MOTOR OIL SPECIAL We have a quantity of Phillips 66 diesel motor oil in 30- gallon drums on sale now at a very special price. Inquire at the elevator. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn No, 2 Whit. Qati . Soy Beans —_—_- in in 1.13 .68 2,73 out out U7 .72 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator 1IOIJAUTON BRANCH Golden Sun Feeds For top performance OO-OP gasoline, fuel nil, oils and lubricants Our Jif NrtiMi Ntw h OpraH*

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