The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1967 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 17, 1967
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Mdinet Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1967 LuVerne Club Groups Hold October Meets The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular monthly meeting at the Legion Hall October 2 with 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Hippen of Renwick, present. The president, Darlene Curry, presided at the business meeting. MargaretGil- lespie and Lucinda Stone had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. Gillespie gave a program on her trip to Expo '67. Minnie Davidson and Anna Jensen were the hostesses. The J. J. Club met Friday, October G, in the home of Violet Gnetsch for its regular monthly meeting. The president, Jean Elborts, presided at the business meeting with 13 members present. Harriet Schulz had charge of the entertainment. She gave a program on the "People and Their Customs in Thailand." Mrs. Schulz's daughter and son- in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl GronbachofHayfield, Minn., are hosts to an exchange student from Thailand for the school year 1967-68. Miss Plynjai Kraethap of Banpo Thailand, has been a guest in the Schulz home. Mrs. Schulz also presented guiz games. Lunch was served by Mrs. Goetsch. Circle 1 of the WSCS of the Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon, October 4, in the home of Mrs. William Goetsch with nine members answering the roll call. Mrs. Ray Legler gave the devotions and Mrs. Elmer Kubly had the lesson on "Observing Call to Prayer and Self-Denial." Lunch was served by the hostess. Circle 3 of the WSCS met for their regular monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon, October 4, in the home of Mrs. Mainl Brink with 10 members .inhering the roll call. Yul- uhnue Voss gave the devotions ami Florence Stewart had the !••.-.sun. It was decided to have •alloping teas" to raise money t'.u- the circle. Lunch was served I)'. Mrs. Brink. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll were Sunday supper guests in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stoll and children, of Eagle Grove, in honor of thoir grandson, Darrell's, eighth birthday. Also attending were the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sander Schnell ofGold- field. Rule Must Vote Twp. Ambulance An Iowa township may not contract for ambulance service without voter approval, the state attorney general's office held Tuesday in an advisory opinion. Asst. Atty. Gen. Elizabeth Nolan told Kossuth County Atty. Walter MacDonald of Algona that the law authorizing towns to contract for fire protection does not extend to ambulance service. A number of areas have been threatened with the loss of ambulance service as funeral homes are discontinuing their ambulance operations because they say such ope rations are no longer profitable. Honor 3 Girl Scouts In Area Fifty-one Girl Scouts of the Sioux City Diocese received the Marion Award at Templeton, la. on Sunday, Oct. 8, 1967. The awards were presented by Most. Rev. Frank H. Greteman, Auxiliary Bishop of the Sioux City Diocese, Girls receiving the Marion Award from this area are: Algona - Doreen Lallier, Phyllis Pentecost and Debbie Specht. ACTION As you must know, Esteban is gone. . .graduated that is. . .but Juan is taking over, not as good a student in Spanish, we'd say, but still willing to try. . .keeping up on the current events and unusual AHS gossip. . .so here it is. Last week was declared "Let's best Webster City Week", for AHS. . .pins were sold for 25$ to boost the spirit and enthusiasm, but woe was us, 27-6.. .however, we didn't give much away except the final score. * * * Every Friday, toward the end of the school day, there is a pep meeting in the AHS gym. During these meetings our varsity coach, Mr. Christie presents one of the players with a wooden paddle for outstanding defensive play during a game. . . .Paddle winners to date - Jim Utt, Randy Riedinger, Tim Black and Phil Bode. Tuesday afternoon, around 1:30, the school had about five minutes of standing in the cold, a fire drill. The students were rather disappointed when they heard it was only a drill. * * * Thursday morning an assembly was held and a movie shown. Guest speaker was Everett Mayes, from NW Bell Telephone Co. who presented the film, "A Road Ahead." The movie was based on planning for the future. There are not many assemblies where the speaker runs out into the audience and shakes hands of students for answering a question. * * * Friday night, after the football game, a Sock Hop was held in the Annex. . .the Fabulous Sounds appeared with a new psychadelic light which sent 'jivers* into another world. . . Demo Women Plan Supper October 24 In news of the county Democratic Women, Tuesday at a meeting of the Democratic Women's Club at Burt, Mrs. Kathleen Duffy of Algona was presented a $25 bond, which she won through a drawing of her registration at the Democratic booth at the Kossuth County Fair. The Democratic Women's Club will hold a potluck supper Tuesday evening, Oct. 24, at6:30p.m. at the new Veterans Memorial Building. Guests will be husbands of the members. Guest speaker will be Clark Rassmussen of Des Moines, chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee. A drawing will be held, with the winner to received a fashion hairpiece from Sheakley's. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Yezek celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Oct. 1. The Yezeks live in Manly. highlight of the night was Jim Utt on the drums. . . .way to beat, Jim! * * * Sophomores received their ITED test results Friday during their World History class. . . some of them didn't know which was worse. . .getting the test results or sitting through a lecture on the Roman Empire. * * * Mrs. Kalar gave the sophomores a few words from her Hiptionary last week. These words are frequently used by the hippies and teeny-boppers. Bash meaning — a party. Go Bulldogs! Beat Eagle Grove! WANTED USED TYPEWRITERS REMINGTON Upright, excellent shape . .......... .$65 REMINGTON Upright, good*435 UNDERWOOD Upright, useable but older $15 UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona, la. (64tfn) COMMENT - Give your feet a treat and your pocketbook, too, by buying your dress shoes, work shoes and boots (boys' size 1's to men's size 13's) from DIAMOND'S of Algona. MISCELLANEOUS WOMUN - Start now for big Cliristmas earnings as an Avon Representative. Openings in Rodman and Whittemore Twp. Call or write MRS. LORAINE BIXLER, Algona, la. (70-80*) WANTED TO RENT - Nice 3-bedroom house in Algona. Contact George Keleher, KELEHER & McADAMS CLOTHING, Algona, Phone 295-3100. (78tfn) MAN WANTED -• Man to beSalus Technician in North Half of Kossutli County. Ideal position for man on small farm wanting 3 to 4 hours a day work. Use the Magic Wand, latest development in the business and proven to be the best. Free training and pay while in training: Write or Phone: RUSSELL J. BLAKE, District Sales Manager, Midwest Breeders Cooperative, 404 6th street, Sheldon, Iowa, 51201 Ph. 712-324-2327. (79-80) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers, No experience needed. . . .we establish accounts for you. Car, references and $550.00 to $1785.00 cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local interview, write EAGLE INDUSTRIES, 4725 Excelsior Blvd., St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416 (79*) WANTED - Custom plowing.' FRITZ FREYHOLTZ, Fenton. Phone 889-2864 or 8892818. (74-89*)' FOR RENT FOR RENT - All types Industrial Tools, Electric and Gas Welders, Power Concrete Trowels, Roto Hammers, Electric Drills, Saws, and Power Hacksaws. COOK'S WELDERS SUPPLY, INC., Algona, Iowa. (79-86) FOR RENT - Modern duplex "2 bedroom. Close in. Ph, 295-3455. (79-80*) NOTICE For your sewing and alteration needs call NORA GARNER at Burt Phone 924-3249. (78-79*) NOTICE " Iowa Stocks a Specialty - New and O.T.C. HAROLD W. MARTIN, Agent, 436 Loomis Ave., Ft, Dodge, Iowa. (69t£n) THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast as You Can Feed it BRADY GRINDER-MIXER Feeders asked for a better grinder-mixer, one to perform at high volume without "spoon feeding." Brady built it—Built it like the custom feed rigs to take the toughest abuse, day-in, day-out. That's why the switch has been to Brady. 10'Auger swings 180° . . . delivers into a silo up to 50' high, merely by adding pipe. See it today at BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA HOMES FOR SALE QUALIFIED HOME PURCHASERS - ATTENTION! 10% Down PLUS "RENT" BUYS MOST OF THESE HOMES No. 1: Two Bedroom - 612 E. Pine St. — $1100.00 down - $89.82 "rent" No. 2: Three Bedroom — 615 S. Dodge — $1150.00 down - $92.16 "rent" No. 3: Three Bedroom — E. Kennedy St. — $1450.00 down - $122.29 "rent" No. 4: Three Bedroom — North Main St. — $750.00 down - $63.32 "rent" No. 5: Three Bedroom — S. Jones Street — $1,050.00 down - $88.32 "rent" No. 6: Three Bedroom — S. Jones Street — $1,150.00 down - $92.16 "rent" No. 7: DUPLEX - Real close-in - $1,000.00 down $75.00 - "rent" No. 8: Four Bedroom — S. Dodge Street* — $1,000.00 down - $49.54 "rent" No. 9: NEW 3-bedroom ranch home — on highway No. 18 East just outside Algona city limits; Has LARGE kitchen with dining area; carpeted Living room; 3 large bedrooms (all with wardrobe closets); full bath on first floor and shower bath in basement — Finished— Rec. room; Attached double garage — Own well and water system; not many available like this one - LET US SHOW THIS EXTRA FINE CLEAN HOME TO YOU NOW. All of the above homes are EASY to buy — let us show you the one that fits you and your family —. — HOME SELLERS We have excellent prospects for your home — let us list your home for sale — it is a GOOD TIME TO SELL HERBST REAL ESTATE JOEL M. HERBST TED S. HERBST 295-3733 Office over Penney* — Serving Algona since 1936 —

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