Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 18, 1966
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By NEIL NURRE Five members of the Garrigan track team and Coach Coo- LONG- DISTANCE After 8 p.m. and all day ' Sunday you can make,a , < 3-minute station call to any- , Where in the U. S. (except > Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00 or less, plus tax. Enjoy a family reunion by phone!' Northwestern Bell FREE ESTIMATE ON HEATING ANDi^AlR CONDITIONING H E ATI N G WEEN COLONIAL 'amended* tile Hoistelft mj $ oft Thursday, April 7."'..„„ competed in the mile, medley, and ,440 relays, In the mile and medley relays k they broke the school record. Those who alien' ded were Tom Black, Mark Goetst, Bill O'Brechti Dick Bleich and Neil Nurre. —GHS— The Garrigan track teem wishes to thank Mr. Don McGuire, Mr. Mark McGuire, Mr. Gene Nichols, and Mr. Delmar Reding for donating their time and effort to put in a track for us. It .was, greatly appreciated. ; . . —GHS— The following Math students will attend, the Creighton Math Tournament at Creighton University in Omaha on Saturday, April 16: Ronald Kohlhaas, Michelle Erpelding, Kathy Crawford, Linda Buscher, Robert Schmitt, James Bristow, Judy Bergej, Mary Ann Eischen Glenn Blber't and Bonita pahl hauser. "After the Clarke College tournament they hope for good results at this tournament. —GHS— Garrigan will hold a Spring Frolic dance Friday, April 15. Admission is 50 cents. , —GHS— , Coach McCall started the Golf team Wednesday night April 13. force, lettermen are returning. They are Bob Smith, John Bradley and Brian LaBarre. St. Joe CDA has nominations < / for new officers ''.-"."' f • ' St. Joe — Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph No. 1554 met on Wednesday evening, for their regular monthly meeting with Mrs. N. J. Weydert, grand regent presiding. National Communion Day will be observed on Saturday, May 7, with the Mass offered for the living and deceased members. The Court voted to continue .the promotional advertisement to the Globe Direc- . .. e*eeeeeeee>eeeeeeee«eeee 1 J , ^J|. Victor e new president the atOttosen has j t .' / . • • • annual meeting • Ottesen — The Farmers Co operative Elevator held their an* fttial meeting Tuesday night, April 12 at .the Club building. Commercial San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) March 22 — Marine Private Lee F. Froehlidi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froehlich, Route 1, Algona, was' graduated from Marine recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit, Depot here. He will have four weeks of individual combat 'training and four wjeeks of basic specialist training, in his military occupational field before being assigned to a, permanent ;unit. . The meeting was conducted by Percy Watnem, chair man' of the board. The Madrigal Singers from the Twin "Rivers school sang 'four selections. Victor Banwart, secretary, gave his report. Alfred Schultz, manager, discussed'the audit report. 1 Sales for the year totaled $1,015,701.' 56. Net sayings .from Operar Moris' were' $44,645.79 of which $34,214.95 was allocated for pa trpnage refunds. Patronage di vidends set up were 1 cent on grain bought, 1 cent on< grail purchased by members, 1, .'ceiii on C.C.C. corn, 4.2 percent oh petroleum, her five hundred club;!qni Thui-s- day afternoon with , Mrs;. Tony Becker; Mrs. Alphonse Berte and Mrs. John Thiil rjeceiving prizes. Mrs: Wm/Bt Deyjrie entertains the club on May 12. m, Bill feetinett is the vice, Bresident and Ralph Jacobson retary. Othfef members" of bbdrd ate Fred kampen, ttarley Bniellman, Etigene stru- thei« and the new director Oli MaUg. oihdr employees besides Mr. diultz, niianager, are ' Edwin Speich, assistant manager; Nor* ia'V TerWilUger, bookkeeperj nd Roy Enockson, tank truck operator. Maynard ^Kressin, feed hill and" truck operator, recent- y resigned. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Anna Meyer of Fenton celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday Sunday at a pot luck dinner, at the ; home pf her son r Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Atfendihg were Mr ; and Mrs. GUS Krause, Mr, aiid Mrs. Walter Krause, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Harold Dreyer and Elsie Meyer Moiftes. Othef girls of Besl iG0i vy i/JLis>i jt*H«.iv»** ^** •»••"•"• o-^* „„„ were the Peter Schhialens, Merlin Gambells artd softs and Mrs. ftegina Bauman of West Bend and'the Homer Bristows at me. and family of Algona. Roger Kossuth county «t the Delbert Wehrspann home at Sioux City from Friday until | Monday. Mrs. Harry L Maw books audited .An audit of the books of the I Kossuth County Department of I Social Welfare has been completed for the period April 1. Earl Chambers home evening. Monday 1 financial records and related collateral data were accepted as Burt Mrs. George Hawcott COSTS LESS TO OPERATE Be sure you got your money's< worth when you buy a furnace',' or air conditioner. Check and compare! Model for model. Green Colonial units are larger, heavier and belter constructed. TAILORED-TO-PIT Every Green Colonial installa-" 1 tion is factory engineered to assure quiet, dependable, effi-'. cient, economical performance,., The best you can buy is the cheapest to own and operate— • BO be sure Check with us before you buy R.J. PNmbing & Heating Phone 5-3234 Algona \EEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING '•'Reports were given on ; the Father-Son banquet and the bake 'sale. The Mother-Daughter banqUet will be held on Thursday, June 2, : with 4-H clubs, Riverdale Rustlers Unit land 2 in ;charge of the dinner. The riomihating committee se> eoted.; v avslate ;of; officers . and liey i Were '• presented to the Court at; this meeting. Election >f officers will be held May 11. ..The officers selected aire lire.. N. J; Weydert, grand re* jent; vice regent, Mrs. Marvin leding; prophetess, Mrs. Maurice Reding; lecturer, Mrs. David McGuire; monitor, Mrs. Jim aerie; financial secretary, Mrs. Harold Reding; treasurer, Mrs. Toin Reising; historian, Mrs. Don Reding; sentinel, Mrs. Sylvester .Wagner; musician, Mrs. Adeline Wagner; trustees, Mrs. Peter C. Reding and Mrs. Irene Bormann, Lunch;; and a social hour followed the meeting with Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. Paul Erpelding received high and second high in five hundred. Mrs. Joe Sinnwell also received the plate prize. ,Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and daughter Mrs. Ronald Hjlik. Algona, attended the wedding and-reception of Barbara Jean Fickbohm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fickbohm at Our Lady of Carmel Catholic chur ch< at Lawler. Miss Fickbohm was the bride of Leonard Ku lish on April 11. /Mrs. Jos. Sinnwell entertained The U.P.W. will meet at Burt Presbyterian church April 20. Hostesses are Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Miss Neoma Junkermeier, Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Mrs. Earl Shipler. ; Devotions, Mrs. Frank Becker. Program, Mrs. Magdalene Ortmah and Mrs. James .Fries. The Sunday school teachers of St. John's Lutheran cluirch attended the Sunday: School Teachers Institute at .West Bend April 17. ' : • The Kossuth Municipal .Association met Tuesday at BUr1 Town Hall. Thirty mayors and councilmen .heard v speakers from the Federal Housing Admin istration in Humbpldt talk on grants and loans ; to -be used in municipal or home im.prove- memts. Meetings are scheduled at various Kossuth county towns each monthi at •' /'! t ,'j:, n< , per cent on merchandise and 41% on.memr bers storage costs. ; A new elevator is being buil with a 50,000 bushel capacity It will .have two legs, so tha p'airi.can be loaded out and ta- ten in, simultaneously. It ; will >e completed in June, at a cost of $78,000. This price includes ,he razing of the old elevator, grading and completion of the new building. The coop has also purchased a ! quonset building n the east part of town. Ken Nielsen of the C.C.A. gave a, talk. Olvin Haug was elected ,he board of directors, replacing Ed Kemna. Ralph Jacobson was elected to replace Percy Watnem. Mr. Kemna and Mr. Watnem were hot eligible for re-election because of the rule that a director can only serve two; three-year terms. Those whose names were drawn for prizes were Mrs. Donald, Cooper, $25 bond; Mrs. Vic- torBariwart, socket set; Conrac Larson, wrench set; Mrs. Victor Meyer, picnic stack siet; Allan Wehrspann,; grease 'pin ', and cartridges; Mrs. Olvin Haug socket .wrenches; . Mrs. Allan iWatnem, scoop shovel; Harley Bruellmari, scoop shovel, < aric Mrs. Ed Qiihim, serving dishes A .delicious smorgasbord lun ch was served by the Unitec Presbyterian Women. A board i reorganization meet ing wasi heldi at (the close ofoth of Fenito«n, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland and Elden Meyer. Mrs Helen Thacker were Easter dinner guests at the Rudy Olson home at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and on of Cylinder and Mr. and Urs. Tom, Olson and Nels Olson »f West Bend were Sunday din- tier guests at the Carroll Olsons. Mrs. Loren Daniel returned home from Iowa City Thursday nights Mr. Daniel still is at the hospital. Mrs. Mike Coyle sub- tituted for Mrs. Daniel several days in the school lunch room. Mrs. Roy Enockson returned home frOm Lutheran hospital ilonday.. Tuesday afternoon callers were Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. >liver, Kinseth and Mrs. Percy Watnem. 'Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Kee of Jlarion were Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cham- correct in the routine check, bers and family spent Friday at Payment of benefits through Nevada visiting Grandpa Lands- the administration of the Olr berg, who is in Oak Park Man- Age Assistance, Aid to the Blind, Aid to Disabled and Aid or, following surgery j J. VT*«.V »» .IBBgJ •* w* O V - I " •"-- — -T ----- -- • • ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Landsberg to Dependent Children pro- and grams totaled $592,440.60. O\ and this amount $543,839,35 was met and Martha of Britt, Mr. of Clear Lake and Mr. and'the Dept. of Health, Education Mrs. Charles Weber of Cedar . Falls were Sunday evening buf fet dinner guests at the Norman Chambers home. Craig Dawson of Iowa City spent Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVoy )awson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marr of Oskaloosa, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marr and son of Kalama- XM>, Mich, were weekend guests t the Eugene Marr's. ; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown >f. Industry, Mr. and Mrs. War•en Lanz and Randy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Viola Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Tom of Hampton and Mrs. Ronald Stroup of Mason City were afternoon callers They all visited in the late af- dinner guests at the H. D. Benson home. Mrs. Annie Leist is visiting at the Alvin Mclntosh home at Webster City for a few days. Easter, dinner and - afternoon guests at the Verne Waechters werei;the Antone Waechters and Gary and the Robert Waechters and Mark of West Bend, i The Franklin Ban warts of Walnut" Grove; Minn, were Sun day evening visitors at the Jam es BahWarts.' The Erling Malmins were Eas t&r Sunday dinner guests at the Ronald Nielsen home at Tama I Weekend guests at the Clar ence. Bauer home were the Ri Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mr. , Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mr. and by matching funds from the Mrs. Kenneth Smith and family Bureau of the Dept. , and Welfare and from appropn •itions of the state legislature resulting in a charge of $48,601. 25 as the share assumed by Kos suth county. Reimbursements and recover IBS applicable to Kossuth receiv ed during the period -was $33,039.36. Of this, $16,184.08 ,was accepted or obtained by employees of the Kossuth county office, and the proportionate share of reimbursements and recoveries in the Aid to Blind, Aid to Disabled and Aid to Dependent Children programs was credited to Kossuth county. MOTHER — A Brown Swiss cow owned by John Hildor of Van Wert took over the mothering of an eight-day old lamb. Farmers .— into each life some rain must fall. True, but it is often accompanied by hail which damages and lays waste the entire crop. A husband is a man who firmly believes that he can eat his breakfast, read his newspaper, pay attention to the early news, listen. to his wife talk and not miss anything important. Come in early. Arrange for crop hail protection. We will be pleased to help you. Fun is like insurance — the older you get the more it costs you. * INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa "A Big LP GAS Tractor That Does A Lot of Work"... J you bii on* of thousand* who will lose their prop income to hail this year? Why (take chances when, protection costs SQ little. For extra safety and service, insure with Farmers Mutual Hail. Over J3Q trained adjusters assure prompt settlement of claims, Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no ejctra cost. See your. Farmers Mutual Hail agent! IS. Bohannon Insurance Agency phone 295-5443 Algona Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account* Fully Insured to $10,000 Sa.ve From The l§th, -r-JSarp From The 1st. SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. ' , . , That's what Jim Haas, well-known young area farmer got when he purchased a 930 Comfort King Case from Rex Taylor, Algona implement dealer, who is shown standing alongside the new rig at the Gerald Haas farm. Case has designed its UP Tractors for heavy {obi and to cut production costs to the bone when used for cultivating, planting, plowing, cutting, etc, Featuring Hi-Torque power for. peak production, Case offers a 6-cyiinder engine, 377 cu. in., 108" wheelbase, single-lever load and depth control for power-boosting traction and uniform plowing depth, control tower visibility and full- power hydraulics. It's • snap to switch to UP GAS farming now! Your present tractor can be converted — or new models can be seen at practically all area dealers, where you may select just the right machine for your work. Change now to LP GAS and get in on ell the features it offers. More farmers are doing it every day. Contact us today for all the details plete service facilities available! and remember, we now have com- NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Complete LP and Naturfl @as 295-?484

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