thuriday, Vote Tonight For County Advisory Extension Council evening. Thursday, Dee. 1, — -sr 1 'P elections will be held tot "tM put-pose of electing a re- preS«Htativ» to the County Ex- tensiftt Council. M6elings are open to all qualified township voters, and begin at 8 'p.m. This council supervises tin- work of the County Extension Service, 4-H home economics and ifives agricultural advisory help, work formerly done by the Farm Bureau. Thfe townships and' where their clectioh meetings will be held arc: For T*rms expiring December 31, 1956 Buffalo Township in the Legion Hall, Titonka. Cresco Township in the Cresco Hall, Fenton Township at the Marold Schlei home. German Township in the Gorman Valley School. Greenwood Township in Alt. McNertney's Office. Bancroft. Hebron Township in the Center School. Letiyard Township in the Lakota Town Hall. Latts Creek Township in th« Center School. Prairie Township in the Lickteig School. RivSrdale Township in the Center School. Sherman Township in the Center School. Swea Township in the Swea .Community Hall. Wesley Township in the Center School. For Terms expiring December 31, iss? : Surt Township' in the Town Hall, Burt. Eagle Township in the Center School. Garfield Township in the Center School. Grant Township in the Grant Con. School. Harrison Township in the; Legion Hall, Swea City. Irvington Township in the Irvington Elevator. - , Lincoln Township in the John Alberts home. LuVerne Township in the Cilv Hall, LuVerne. Portland Township in the Center School. Ramsey Township in the Raymond Goche home. Seneca Township in the Seneca School. Springfield Township in the Town Hall, Ledyard. Union Township in the Center School. Whittemore Township in the City Hall, Whittemore. Livermore by Lena Altman Ex-Resident Of Algona Dies' Ariz. Word was received here last week of the death of John B. Johnston, a native .of.Algona, and son of the late Jack Johnston, local justice of the peace here for many years. John died Nov. 21 at Phoenix, Arix. and service.-; were hold there Nov. 23. Frank R. Johnston, another sonfof Jack, lives in'Des Monies where he is a manufacturer's representative. Harry Zigrong of Humboldt visited Saturday With Kate Farrell and Mrs Maggie Dunphy. It was the birthdays of Harry Zigrong and Kate Farrell. Gus Johnson of Humboldl was a Friday evening visitor at the Carl V. Johnson home. He is Mr Johnson's uncle. Harry Lenz, husband of Mrs Donna Lenz, who lives here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson, has been promoted to Specialist 3rd Class. He is stationed in Germany. Mr and Mns Donald Collins and family attended the wedding of her brother, Nflrlan Blumer, and Sandra Wilcox at the Congregational church in Eagle Grove. 3 Kossuth G-l's On Maneuvers Three Kossuth County soldiers, all members of the 1st Armored Division, arc participating in Exercise Sagebrush, the largest combined army-air force maneuver since World War II, in Louisiana. They are Privates Donald V. Lickteig, 22. and Don L. Christ. 22, and Specialist third class Melvin M. Haaso. 23. Lickteig is from Sexton, Christ from Lakota and Haase's hometown is Burt. They are among 110,000 troops testing the latest concepts of modern warfare near Fort Polk. Second Lt. Roger P. Holcomb, 21, Swea City, recently completed the -officers basic course a the anti-aircraft and guidec missile school at Fort Bliss ASLEEP ATTEND Yours with Purchase of any Philco TV with Top Touch Tuning J*» COMPLETELY INSTALLED! The greatest convenience in TV history! Changes stations right from your easy chair with amazing Philco Remote Control. It's yours absolutely FRER with purchase of any Pliilco TV with Top loucfi Tuning. 21-inch Philco TV Swivel Console SPECIAL PRICE For Christmas Giving ! Luxurious Mahogany vo- ni'cr cabinet turns 1'or easy viewing. Top Touch Tuning. NVw Twin Acoustic Lens Sound System. PHILCO 4160 ARATHO Well Throw Away Our Keys, Starting 8:00 a. rn. Thursday, December I, and Keep Our Doors Open Continousli; Until 10 p. m., Saturday, December 3! FREE SEWING MACHINE-IF YOU CATCH US ASLEEP... ETTER DEALS WHILE CATCH US SLEEPY... BUY BEFORE SUNRISE & SAVE ON YULE GIFTS... We're apt to get mighty sleepy during our HOLIDAY MARATHON EVENT ... but if you catch us a;leep AT ANY TIME during the specified 62 hours, YOU'LL GET YOUR PICK OF ANY SEWING MACHINE IN STOCK —FREE! We know right now were gonna got drowsy and bo wishing we were horn* in bed getting our 40 winks so it'll be to your advantage to come in late at night or early in the morning and deal with us on a sewing machine or major appliance ... if you catch us durinq our weak moments (and there'll be many) you'll end up with the best deal of your life! Our HOLIDAY* MARATHON will offer you the bo't opportunity of the season to select those appliances or sewing machines that you plan to give this Christmas • ' .' y °". n ,^» sure Io SAVE MANY DOLLARS while we w jhxnking about dreamland! We'll probably wish we hadn't done this when it's all over—BUT IT'I I RF A GRAND OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU. ANYWAY To MARATHON" "^ ° f Pr ° fH ' nd slcc P~ATTEND 6uR * BETTER BARGAINS ON BETTER BRANDS General Electric * Maytag * Easy * Necchi KJ, IU * Hoover :;: Sew-Mor White •s, c*Krt?*erc srs, «?* &* ,-,<- 5,,, ^ ^^ y:; ^ __ _. Any Reasonable Offer Accepted! Anke ::: Pfaff ALGONA REFRIGERATIO I a Phone 306 718 So. Phillips St.
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