Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Storm reports are {IVOR for north Kossuth (By Mr*, Kenneth Brent*) Sw«« Eagle — Since news |_ thering is fibout nil under the circumstances, reports are mostly unconfirmed, word of mouth, grapevine reports, so no names will be used, as some* times unconfirmed stories are so enlarged upon that by the time they return to the ears of the principal characters, they are practically unrecognizable. Three members of the feminine sex, a mother and daughter, and passenger were reported to have spent 11 hours stranded northwest of Swea City on the blacktop road. Their car slid off the road in such a precarious position as to make it so uncomfortable that they fasten ed their seat belts to make their sloping car easier to sit in. They had walked a ways down the road, but didn't know just where they were and went back to the car to wait. A near by farmer found them the next morning and took them to his home. Several farmers were reported to have purchased portable generators to aid in operating pumps and other facilities abou their farms. One man who has a milking able animate for misttttis. Many television antennas were partially stripped, some bent over double, decorative trees and shrubbery ruined from the ruthless winds and heavy snow and ice. Pieces from an antenna were found Sunday as ice melted from a porch post. The parts were pieces of anodized aluminum were torn from the antenna of a second house at this particular farm place. At one place it was calving ime and new mothers and about to be mothers had to be rounded up repeatedly and dri ven back into the cattle shed The high drifts and water hortage contributed to the wan dering of the cows. One family was reported to lave to seek refuge at another home when their oil burner smoked up the house during the fierce wind. They were lucky to be able to reach another place to stay. One farmer reportedly lost 400 baby turkeys one night, and no reports as to how many were lost before he was finally able to get heat and water for them. One man said he used a blow torch to heat water for coffee. They had some light, as his wife had several antique lamps. One man walked a mile late Wednesday afternoon to do what chores he could, and tried to get home on a tractor, but got stuck and had to walk a half mile the rest of the way. He arrived home around 8 o'clock and made the remark he would have stayed at the place where his chores were lowing somewhat, and lite nan had been ill most pi the win* eats' f ter, and wasn't used to braving Dodge. he elements, tie was about e* hausted when he arrived home. This immediate vicinity was without electricity for 110 hours and 40 minutes. The first welcome electric sound to reach •his reporter's ears was the Hizzing of a clock radio at the home of her parents. It was so sudden and unexpected, her head snapped around at. the abrupt sound, and she yelled "Light, lights, lights!" That was at approximately 10:40 Sunday morning. Some stories had it that we wouldn't have lights until Mon day and others, Wednesday, so it really was unexpected. The cold incapacitated houses had different effects on dif ferent people. Some sat aroun< huddled up, trying to keep warm. Others had to get around, care for children, livestock, oldsters, etc. This one worried about her parents, managed to get there to see them Thursday afternoon, by walking over a mile, part of the way ver a plowed field, which was ough going indeed. She found wte, more to a hotnc M hit P^lwi named iRaiidy LM and , eats' firm not far from ft* * it». and 5 02. Pa- He will ewntnut* v»l «*hrft«m«u *t* Mr. and Mrs. Sitt Champion and family of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy were Sun- day dinner fu«ts In the lent' Crosser home in West Bend. The occasion was in honor of Richard Crossefs birthday, Mf. and Mrs. Veftt Krug of West Bend were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harms and AltONA ft**) AWANCg-'t TMUMDAY, AMit 7, MM. Ardith of Tttonki <nd MM. Bill Champion sr> of L*fl» Rock were Wednesday visitors in the Jesse home. herd was reportedly unable to but since his wife wouldn't get home until Thursday and know where he was she might had to treat 26 of these valu-.try to find him. It was still BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" LUVERNE • WESLEY • TIT.ONKA . • CORWITH • RENWICK at "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" The Medicare Gaps Ami How Your BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD Wll F3H You AcliEed To Give Protection Although Medicare offers a wide range of benefits, there are. nonetheless, some gaps in coverage. The nine Cross-Pilnc Shield 6f> has born designed to add to— but not duplicate the benefits provided under Medicare. For Further Information Mail This Card Today Hue Cross-Blue Shield 1622 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa hem fit as a fiddle, and snug as a bug in a rug. Seneca clubs take honors at Algona displays Seneca — The Progressive farmers 4-H club again took honors at 4-H Day at Algona with their exhibit at OK Tire Shop, winning second place with a clever exhibit showing a small boy fishing at a pond, the ish being 4-H opportunities. <lrst place went to the Cresco Joys who showed a tree with eaves enumerating opportune ies in the 4-H program. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets received honorable mention for their display at Sharp's Jewelry store in which they showed relationship of colors of fabrics Seneca Stars 4-H club had a nice display at Frederick hard ware oa good grooming by not being overdressed. Top honors in the 4-H girl's displays went to two Algona clubs, the U-Go-I Go and the A O K Club. bank, Calif., who had Hown fall that morning, He was to con* I elude his visit on Wedneaday, Gene Bollig, who had been at I Mercy hospital at Fort Dodga for five weeks returned home | last Saturday. Although his back condition is much improved he will be expected to Uk»| it easy for a few more weefca The David Loofts were Suit-1 day dinner guests of Mrs, Lofr ft's brother, the Milford Hop-1 pes, Madelia, Minn., for thai Hoppe's son, Tim, who was con-1 firmed. Other guests included his grandparents, the Glen Hop-j pes, Truman,. Minn., other uncles and aunts. .. v" The Raymond Bergums - - ; at-1 tended confirmation at the First Lutheran church at Milford 1 Sunday; Their nephew, Daryle Munden, son of the Carl Mun-| dens, was a member. Rose Ann Thompson, who has I been in California for some] time, is now visiting with hat mother, Mrs. Henrietta Thomp- Attention Corn Growers! Name. 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Bar hara^'Andre March" 19:"'A'ddrej Bergum led the Allegiance to Mrs. Victor Pitch aaaaa>Ma'a.aaaaa.»a'a-a,a-< Portland, like all the other Communities, is just getting back to normal after being with- >ut electricity for. three nights and three days. Many are-still without a phone. Fortunately he snow didn't last long, and the roads are in good shape again. ""'** Mr. and Mrs. Duard Perdue and daughter Donna of Swea City were Wednesday dinner quests in the Harold Becker lome. : n %: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and family of Hurt and MrJ anjdi VIrs. William Marlow and family of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors in the P. W. Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ORTHO Aldrox INSECTICIDE CONTROLS MAJOR SOIL INSECTS ATTACKING CORN .-, i/i are the parents of a baby girl, Mary Ann, born March 20th, al the St. Ann hospital, weighing 8 Ibs., 2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach of Whittemore are the paternal grandparents and, Mr and Mrs. Alvin F. Klein of Jr vington are the maternal gran jdparents.,; Ui ,.. 0£) - ^ •;.„.,, ,£i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cros ser of West Bend are the par , ^ „ , , the Flag. Linda Sue Kracht and' en ts of a baby boy, born the Ann Fortney were chosen to 20th of March in the St. Ann represent the club at 4-H dis- "trict camp at Clear Lake in June. Cathy Bergum was named as alternate. Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer submitted their names as counselors at Summer Camp at Madrid. The 4-H pledge was led by Barbara Andre. Kathy Merrill gave an illustrated talk. Becky Jensen gave a demonstration. Patricia Dreyer demonstrated seams. Conine Johnson was a guest of the club. HAVE SEED EXCHANGE Seneca Thursday Club had an exchange of unusual flower or garden seeds at the club meeting Thursday at Mrs. Hans Jensen's. They voted a monetary gift to the Kossuth Cancer drive and also to the Easter Seal fund. They also made plans to have a cancer film shown at a future meeting. Entertainment was "500" at three tables with prizes won by Mrs. Clarence Weis. Mrs. Everett Witham and Mrs. Otis England. Guests were Mrs. Irvin Jensen, Ringsted, and Mrs. Clarence Wei*, Armstrong. Mrs. Edna Johannesen will be the May hostess. CIVIL SERVICE POST Seneca friends of Lester Jensen and the late Mrs. Jensen, Springfield, Mo., will be interested in hearing their son, Mickie, has been accepted for duty at the federal penitentiary three miles west of Springfield, Mo. Mickie was one of the 51,000 applicants who took civil service tests and one of the 5,000 to receive an appointment to the civil service at this time. The Jensens lived in the Seneca area for many years and their children attended the Seneca school. The William Petticords took their nephew, James Bergum, to Minneapolis Friday where he was to leave for military service having enlisted in the Navy. His wife, the former Jolleen Mueller, accompanied them to Minneapolis. For the present she will remain at Fairmont where she is employed. The Henry Wilbergs were guests Sunday of his sister, the Henry Langes, Thompson, for the Lange's son, Duane, who was confirmed that day. The Wilbergs had been his baptismal sponsors. The Alfred Petersons spent the weekend of March 26 at Fort Dodge where they helped their daughter, the Eugene, Fti hospital at Algona. He has be Aldrex Insecticide Is your corn protected by a soil insecticide that controls only resistant root worms? Then switch to Aldrex. Contains 10% Aldrin plus 10% Parathion. A single application can control the soil-insect complex. Helps you avoid costly replanting. You gain top-rated control from Parathion against resistant rootworms, plus the proved effectiveness of Aldrin against cutworms, wireworms, seed corn maggots and 15 other insects that cut corn yields. Follow label directions and observe all cautions. Aldrex—Helping the World Grow Better. ORTHO i Dili. . ll'i Ililii OH AIL CHEMIe-l.. 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Final prize list will be mailed to money winners within 15 days. 5. Contestants may bowl AS MANY times as they wish, but may win money only one*. 6. Scratch will be 200. with 75% difference for handicap. Maximum 150 pins 4 games. * Sample Score Sheet CLAIMS WITHIN TOTAL GRANP TOTAt Name Address ______ City ------- . City Assn. S«f'y. A. B. C. Sanction No. Phone No. State Address 4 games on pair of alleys, must change. For Reservations Call 295-2831 $«_ W irhii wlriet to: Algona Lanes, 1114 N. Main SI,, Alftna, Iowa

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