Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 17
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Y-iAROLD.UNCtt — Rich- ALGOMA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Brady, 25-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brady is an uncle of Kristine Lord, 18- monith old daughter of Airman THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1966 and Mrs. Roger Lord, all of Maquoketa. BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONK4 • CORWITH *• RENWICK at "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Around Algeria SyONlETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 H"HH"H"»"H"HM"H"l"H'1"t"H"H »•1 H I"H l-t'-l 1J -t"t' !• I to see Bob's mother, who is recovering from recent surgery, and spent a night with the Al Lichter family in West Des -Moi- ries. Mr. and Mrs. Den West and the latter's mother, Mrs. A. D. Lehman, Des Moines, were in Algona Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge returned Saturday from a week of visits with cousins at Atchison, Kans., and Lexington, Mo. I The Bob Bennett family drove to Unionville, Mo., on Wednes'. day to visit Mrs. Bennett's parents the Lee Worleys. Enroute back they stopped in Ottumwa II meet you at the •8 OUR BEAUTIFUL, AUTOMATIC LINDSAY WATER SOFTENERS WILL BE ON DISPLAY at the Kossuth County Fair! You'll be amazed at how inexpensively it conditions and softens your water, eliminating incoming iron. 20 advanced features ... at a new low price. See the Entire Family of Lindsay Water Softeners! WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU! Howard Miller and Don Deal AUTHORIZED LINDSAY DEALERS P LINDSAY LINDSAY SOFT WATER CO. 520 South Phillips ALGONA, IOWA IMTMNATlONAk I-H... The Two Biggest Letters at the Kossuth County Fair AUGUST 17-20 We'll have a big International Harvester Display - STOP BY and SEE US ALGONA I 1417 Commercial St. Phone 295-3501 ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Dick MeOinnis left early Sunday for a vacation visit in Nevada, taking their trailer in which to live while away for two weeks. They stopped at Lexington, Neb., to pick up their daughter Suzanne who had gone home with the Harold Erpeldings a few days earlier, then continued on West. Mrs. Herman Dreesman is recovering satisfactorily from surgery performed on Tuesday of last week at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. opportunities, for children close them for a short stay, at hand. Mrs. Buckley, a widow, works in a New York bank. G. R. -Cook and Lee Sehenck went by bus Tuesday to Cofiway, Ark., to pick up and drive back two new buses for the Algona school system and are expected to arrive home with them late today. Mrs. Inei Wolfe recently returned from, a trip through the southeastern states, with Kentucky as the focal point. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Prewitt of Fairfield who are moving next week to Barbourville, Ky., in the Appalachia area. Mr. Prewitt will teach Business Administration next year at Union College there, a small Methodist school. Mrs. Winston Whitehead, M*. son City, visited her cousin t Mrs. Chas. Fox, and called on other old friends last week. She is better remembered here as Gwen Joncs-Tierney and was a member of the Algona high school class which recently celebrated its 40th reunion. Her daughter Marilyn, Mrs. John Colleran, is a registered nurse working at St. Mary's in Rochester where she, her husband and their five children live. The son, Craig Tierney, his wife and their five children live at Minneapolis where he was associated for many years with the Honeywell-Co., which he recently left to manage a newly organized firm. Bernice Struble returned yesterday to her home at Vinton after visiting at the home of .her sister, Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, for the past month, coming for the wedding of Charlcne LaBarre on July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Don Potter and family came Saturday 'from Vermillion, S. D., to attend the Harry Cutler funeral arid to their respective parents. visit A Rochleau family reunion was held at the Call state park shelter house Sunday with many out of towners in attendance. There were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gronwall, St. Cloud, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rochleau and family, Marietta, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Uthof, Dodge Center, -Minn.; and from Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rochleau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rochleau. Mr, and Mrs. Kemper Hub«r, Homewood, 111., were in Algona for a shott time on Saturday, called on old friends and at the home of her brother, Irwin Malueg. They were in Iowa for the 40th anniversary of Kemper's high school class at Cedar Falls and are planning to go soon to Seattle where their eldest daughter, Kathy, recently received her M S degree at the University of Washington after first taking a B S in nursing at Wisconsin U. Their second daughter, Margie, is to teach in California this fall after taking her masters at Wisconsin, and the youngest, Pat, a high school senior this fall, and a fine cellist, is at Indiana U. this summer on a music scholarship. A recent donation to the Algona library was a book given by the Algona Woman's Club in memory of Mrs. L. W. Keith. It is "Mr. Jefferson's Ladies," by Gordon Langley Hall. On Monday afternoon several members of the local club entertained inmates at the county home with games and treats. daughters \yho wqffcs jn Austin was the only grandchild unable to be present for the family festivities. ,.'•'•• Diane Malueg who is in sum-'' mer school at Mankato State, spent weekend before last with her .parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Irwin Malueg, and was accompanied by Keth Dwire, also a student there. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Palmer and four children arrived Friday af- > r( u.. lf* it his pafg'ftis, u-i t fnefs and > will be here for a '-I week. Bob works for the Bo«iflg Company, ; Mrs. D. 0, Sparks, Mr*. Oifet Leek, Wesley, Mr. and Mi's, Chas. Reaper. Irvington, attend* ed funeral services at St. Cloud last week Monday lor William S. Clark, brother of Mrs. Sparks, uncle of Mrs. Leek and brother- in-law of Mr. Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook were visited from Sunday to Wednesday of last week at their Okoboji trailer home by Major and Mrs. Richard Wheelock and their five children. Richard, a nephew of Mrs. Cook, went to Omaha and from there returned to Quantico, Va., for some special schooling. His wife and children drove on to San Diego where she will establish a home and the Major will join them there in about six weeks. He will then have a month's leave before reporting for -an assignment in Viet Nam to last 13 months. He is a former Algona boy who has been in the Marines for 13 years and has done service in several foreign places during that time. Ella Zumach and her mother, Mrs. Ida Zumach, returned Tuesday from Okoboji after vacation- ng for a week at one of the Wheeler cottages. Mrs. Jess Lashbrook drove to Mason City last week and went from there by bus to Minneapolis to visit a brother, Allen Burtis, who is ill at his home, then returned the next day. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey, Pat and Jimmy arrived home Saturday noon from California after ,twq .weeks, vapation.iThey .vent by train from Perry where they left their car and on the oast visited their daughter JoAnn's family, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Erdman, Sheryl and Gary, at Anaheim, their daughter Nancy, Mrs. Jim Shipler, her husband and their daughter. Sheila, in Fullerton, seeing both granddaughters for the first time. They also visited at the home of Stan's brother Bob in Westchester, and with the Ben Herbsts at Anaheim. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman, Moline, left Thursday after visiting from the previous Wednesday at the home of the latter's brother, William K. Spe- oht. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Stoddard and three children, Lincoln, Neb., left Monday after visiting from Wednesday with her parents, the Allen Salisburys. Tl^ey, were to stop in West Des Moines to see her brother before continuing to Iowa City where Mr. Stoddard received his doctorate in World Georgraphy at the summer graduation exercises yesterday. He teaches at Nebraska Wesleyan College in Lincoln. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard taught at Methodist Mission schools in India where they met and married and Mrs. Stoddard gave the program at the Methodist WSCS meeting Thursday morning showing slides taken in India during her five years of teaching in two different schools there. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last week with children and grandchildren here for a reunion. They had a family dinner Tuesday evening at the Algona Hotel and on Wednesday evening held Open House there at which many friends called. Among other relatvies present were Mrs. Beardsley's .sister, from Evanston, and three brothers from,Rock Rapids, Garrison, and Jesup; .also Mr. .Beardsley's cousin, Katherine Clark, St. Louis and her sister-in-law, Corydon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beardsley and five children left Saturday for Montreal where Walter is attending a Bar Convention before returning to their home at Midland, Tex., where he practices law; Tom, who is an insurance investigator at La Puente, Calif., left Thursday morning with his wife, their daughter, and three sons. Margaret Ann, a Kindergarten Supervisor, drove back to Cheverly. Md., last week accompanied on the trip by a Fenton girl. A niece who had been visiting her rode with her on the trip here. Charles, a chemist, lives at Austin Tex. One of his five daughters is married and she and her hus band and two children came al so. Charles and family went to Okoboji for the weekend then to Rock Rapids and returned here Monday evening. One of theii Invites You To.. \ A lasting educational program for the youth of our county. <> A program made successful through the continued efforts * of each member and especially their tireless leaders. We whole-heartedly endorse this fair and look forward to seeing X all its splendor -next Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and \ Friday. All our products aro of highest quality CHECK OUR FUEL OIL PRICES FOR FALL DELIVERY TO FARM AND HOME ' PHONE 295-3749 OIL CO. ROY STOFFEL, Owner Mrs. George Scuffham, her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jim Scuff- ham, and two children drove to St. Paul Saturday for the wedding, of the former's niece, Jan-, elle Lyon. On return Sunday ;hey stopped at Rochester to see her brother-in-law, Clifton Benschoter, at St. Mary's hospital from which he was dismissed the following day. H ? had undergone surgery there two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey have purchased the Godfredsen home on South Durant into which they will move by Sept. 1. Dick Godfredsen and his father have taken one of the new apartments being constructed by Leon Martin on West Kennedy. Mrs. Mary Merritt, Oxnard, Calif., and Mrs. Marjorie Faktor, Mason City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rochleau from Wednesday to Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen are driving to Des Moines today taking their grandson Keith back to his home. He had been here since Saturday. Keith, his brother Lee, and their parents, the Roger Didriksens, are leaving tomorrow for a week on Atsokan Island near International Falls. On return they will pick up four year old Dean at Kenosha, Wis., where he is staying with his maternal grandparents, the Leo Chapmans. The Glenn Segers visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wright at Iowa City last weekend. Saturday, all attended the wedding of Ruth Denny 'and James Mathis in Hedrick, la.. Mrs. Wright was matron of honor for the bride, a former college roommate. The new Mrs Mathis had acted as bridesmaic for Mrs. Wright in June. The Segers and Wrights also visited relatives in Ottumwa. SALE OF CCC STORAGE STRUCTURES The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on '.Me following described property. STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE - AUGUST 11,1966 Ledyard Bin Site: Elmore Bin Site: 6 Martin 3350 bu. cap. 2 Columbian 3240 bu. cap. 2 Butler 2740 bu. cap. 3 Butler 3276 bu. cap. Minimum price from $110 to $165 21 Butler 3276 bu. cap. 5 Ohio Steel 3250 bu. cap. Minimum price from $145 to $175 Lakota Bin Site: 2 Butler 10 Butler 2740 bu. cap. .3270 bu. cap,,.; Minimum price > frbrhf$7ii'S s t^: $,165 STORAGE STRUCTURES OFFERED FOR SALE - AUGUST 15,1966 Swea City Bin Site: Lone Rock Bin Site: Mesdames H. M. Smith, R. I. Mawdsley, and D. E. Dewel spent two days last week with Mrs. M. G. Bourne at her Okoboji home, returning home Wednesday. Mrs. Lester Buckley, New York City, has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Payne, and will go from here to Baltimore for a week with her other daughter after three weeks here. She has traveled by bus because of the air strike, has enjoyed seeing midwest, and, thinks that is an ideal, .place in wijjch t» ti and raise a iV-iiU Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee, and daughter Jean, now of Sarasota, Fla., visited local relatives from Tuesday to Sunday of last week, then went to Rochester to see their son Bill, his wife, and the new grandson. A family gathering was held Sunday at the hopie of Harlan's mother, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, with all of her children, in attendance. Bob's family, Algona, and the Earl Beardsleys, (Ruth Ann Sigsbee) and children were here from Lincoln, Neb., to see the Florida visitors whose daughter Mary Ann has been in Algona with her grandmother while working here .for the past two years. Harlans are returning home before the end of the week since both he and his wife are on two weeks vacation; he is with the gas company and Mrs. Sigsbee is a church secretary. Harold ErpeId- returned Wed- Mr. and Mrs. ing and family nesday to their home at Lexington, Neb., after more than two weeks in this area with rela tives and friends. Mrs. Erpeld ing, the former Gloria Steele, at tended .the 15th reunion of her school cja$s. Suzanne 22 Butler 11 Martin 14 Columbian Minimum price from Bancroft Bin Site: 3276 bu. cap. 3350 bu. cap. 3240 bu. cap. $110 to $165 14 Butler 3276 bu. cap. Minimum price from $165 to $190 Fenton Bin Site: 10 Columbian 3240 bu. cap. 1 Butler 3350 bu. cap. 3 Butler 3276 bu. cap. Minimum price from $155 to $225 Butler Columbian Butler Kilby 2740 bu. cap, 3240 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 3287 bu. cap. Minimum price from $110 to $180' INSPECTION: The storaae structures may be inspected Thursday, August 11, 1966, and Monday, August 15, 1966, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. BIDS: Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notation: "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-6 (Sale of August U, 1966) NO. 66-7 (Sale of August 15, 1966)" Offers delivered bv hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Thursday, August 11, 1966, and 3:00 p.m. Monday, August 15, 1966. Offers may be sumbitted on an Offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than 3:00 p.m. Thursday, August 11, 1966, and 3:00 p.m. Monday, August 15, 19(66. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered. All grain storape structures purchased gnder this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Conies of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County A C CS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become 9 part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting the Kossyth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa $0511. Curtis P. Haahr Office Manager

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