Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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, „.,•>-?• y*-* *!&&.? . Around Algona bvONlETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-260$ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zeigler and son Gordon went to the Clay County Fair on Saturday. IVesieyan Guild during the Noland's pastorate at Independ- The Algona Past Matrons' club will meet on Saturday Sspt. 24, instead of the usual Tuesday date. A one o'clock luncheon will be served by Eastern Star. There will be an election of officers for the year 1966-67 and a 'Bid and Buy' money-raising project for which each member is to bring something. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robb, of Mount Pleasant, spent several days last week at the Methodist par'sonage and returned for .the weekend. Mrs. Ro'bb and Mrs. Noland arc sisters. Other guests of the Nolands last week were Mrs. Margery Fuller and daughter Marcia, of Clear Lake, former parishioners, and Mrs. Mabel Hawke of Tucson, Ariz., with Mrs. Marguerite Reed, of Inde- ence. relatives. Mr. and Mr*. George. Cunningham, their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit tverson and three sotti, of Waterloo, were weekend pests at the home of their son Ray, in the Doan area. They came primarily to see the grandson, George, Jr., who is Newly weds have buggy ride ^ ».'*,.. - ..-•-.-' / ..' • . home from Viet Nam, on a short furlough and will leave soon for an Air Force assignment in Ger- The Loyd Barie family moved many. Other Sunday gueAts were to Fairmont the first of the month and their home on south Jones is for sale. Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Wokott, of Burbank, Calif., came Monday to visit for a few days at the home of his brother Edwin. They are on a lengthy vacation, stopped to see a brother in Brownsville, Tex., and had vacationed in Minnesota With the brother Kip of Austin before coming 1 to Algona. They will also see other relatives in this area and plan to stop at Salt Lake City with Mrs. DeVere's people enroute back to California. Mrs. Rea Hutchison accomp anied Mrs. Kermit Burtis, both of Waterloo, to Algona Sunday iie John Peterson family, Clear ,ake; the Jerry Haaletts, Mason ; the Roy Hutchisons and ^T. J. Asas,-Algona, and the Fred \sas. The Ray Cunninghams, lazletts and two Asa families ,vere Sunday evening guests of he Philip Asas in Titohka, cele- »rating the third birthday of heir son Todd. pendence, who were members of for an overnight visit with local ?»n»n»r»o»o»nt2«^« n » r '»a«n»o»o»c«n»o»o»n»n»o«^»n»o»Q»o«o»o»c»n»g«o»Q»o»o«oar)«o»o«Q»o«o»c»o»o» *.m:*^*-.*i^:,* .•.;«j«,.»u«j«o»u*j«u«u«u«o»;»'-»G*G»o«u«u»i;»u*~»u4:*)iu*o*u»o»^uiuii*a»o«-i»u*, New CASE "60" in Lone Rock area Mr. and Mrs. Prank Moulton drove to Mount Vernon last week taking their daughter Sue who is beginning her freshman year at Cornell College, then they continued to Manchester where they spent the weekend with Mr .and Mrs. Chas. Sim mons. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., took the Luke Linnans to Mason City on Saturday, and they flew from there to Chicago, then left that city Sunday for a non-stop flight to London. During three weeks away, Mr. and Mrs. Linnan will visit his relatives in Ireland, her 'relatives in .Germa ny and will also be in Paris. They are not on a conducted tour but an Eagle Grove attorney and his wife took the same plane. The wife is a native of the Isle o ton. Mf. and iffl Arnold kueckef and daughter^ Barbie, of^Mitihe- apolis, came fot the funeral of William Stoebef, and also visit' ed with Mrs. Kuecker's sister Alvin Lcckvvood and daughter Linda are shown Thursday when they started their new CASE COMBINE in soybeans. Alvin purchased both the 13' header and corn head from Taylor Implement Co. Taylor Implement "Your Grain Harvesting and Drying Headquarters" South Phillips Street ALGONA JUDY ABBAS, Humbbldt, arid.Gregory Arrowood, Algona, are shown at left in a horse and buggy following their recent marriage. Best man Ted Abbas Jr., Bancroft, brother of the bride, and Unda Lien, maid of honor, Fairmont, Minn., are shown at right. Wedding story is printed below. , ; ,~ • ' Photo by Glenn's Studip, Algona. that time until this visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst lef yesterday for their home a Anaheim, Calif., after visits her h their respective parents he Bob Williams and Mrs. Olive Herbst, and other relatives. They .vere guests at a family dinner riday evening at the L. S. Muckey home. Mrs. Chas. Patterson drove to Chicago Heights last Thursday :or a visit at the home of her on Weridall. She was joined •here by her daughter, Arlene Bowles (Mrs. Thomas), of Atlarir ta, Ga., who is driving back to Atlanta with, her mother in the latter's car. Another daughter, Mrs. Lewis Perry, of Walla Walla, Wash., is flying to Atlanta and she will drive back to Chicago with her mother to visit her brother before flying home. Mrs Patterson expects -to be away-* bout four weeks.' Mr. and Mrs. William Orth, of Alexis,,111., were guests Tuesday of last week and remained overnight at the Lyle Steele home. Mrs. Steele and Mrs. Orth were classmates more than 50 years ago at the! old Humboldt college and had met only once since Mrs. Earl Richards, of MOM, Ariz., called on local Mends last week. She and her husband were visiting her'sister and brother- in-law, the Ray Stoebers at Fenton, and had also been at Spencer. After leaving home the Richards first visited her son Bob Reed and family in Washington, then came to White Bear Lake, Minn., for the wedding of her grandson, Kenneth iof, before coming to Iowa. Ken neth has joined the Air Force and is to be stationed near Me* sa, so when the Richards return home they will take his bride with them. Mrs F. B. Seeley came from Ames Sunday to call on this re porter and her husband Tony who has been ill. She drove up with a young graduate studen 1 who rooms at her house, Ma an H. Jawad, who is working for a Ph. D in civil engineering. His home is in Baghdad, Iraq, and h was a most interesting visitor. . .The regular ^meeting of VFW Post and Auxiliary was held on Sept. 14. There were 18 presen at the women's meeting, an they set next Friday, Sept. 23, NOTICE -t WE CAN STILL ERECT 3 MORE DRYING TANKS THIS FALL •-SEE US RIGHT AWAY IF YOU ARE INTERESTED ement "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" S-24A7 ALGONA I I s the annual Buddy Poppy day. "hey also voted to purchase 40 new tables for the dining room CCG STORAGE STRUCTURES AND CCC PROPERTY OFFERED FOR SALE-SEPTEMBER 23, 1966 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 the following described property. BANCROFT BIN SITE; 21 Butler 3,276 bu cap. 13 Martin 3,350 bu cap. 1 Butler 3,350 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LEDYARD BIN SITE; 2 Great Lakes 3 Butler 1 Butler 8 Martin 7 Columbian 40,110 bu cap. 3,276 bu cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. SWEA CITY BIN SITE,: 38 Steel Craft 18 Ohio Steel 21 Columbian 22 Butler 11 Martin 9 Kilby 3,250 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LAKOTA BIN SITE; 2 Butler 30 Butler 7 Martin 5 Columbian 5 Kilby 20 Steel-Co 2,740 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,350 bu. cap. 3,240 bu. cap. 3,287 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. FENTON BIN SITE; 1 Great Lakes 10 Kilby 15 Butler 3 Columbian 25 Butler 40,110 bu. cap, 3,287 bu. cap. 2,740 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap. 3,276 bu. cap, Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes ELMORE BIN SITE; 20 Butler 5 Ohio Steel Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes LONE ROCK BIN SITE; 20 Butler 3,276 bu, cap. 5 Martin 3,350 bu. cap. Cement Block, Lumber, Aeration Tubes Judy Abbas, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Ted Abbas, Sr., Hum- lOldt, and Gregory Arrowood, oh of Mrs. Sally Arrowood, Algona, were married Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Trinity .utheran church, Algona. Rev. Cleo Kautsch performed the dou- jle ring ceremony. Fay Asche, Bancroft, soloist, was accompan- ed by Wilbur Ruhnke. The bride was attended by Linda Lien, Fairmont, as maid of honor. Ted Abbas, Jr., Bancroft, was best man. Ushers were Harold Abbas, Humboldt, and Allan Sel- ichnow, Lakewood, Colo. Candle- lighters were Tim Bastian and Elmer Abbas. A reception was held in the church parlors following the cor emony. Mrs. Allan Selichnow had the guest book. Cutting the cake were Mrs. Fay Asche and Margaret Bakken, Humboldt. Syl via Worthington, Lone Rock, ser ved punch and Mrs. Harold Ab bas poured coffee. Mrs. Delber Abbas and Mrs. David Anderson both 4tamboldt^opened gifts. Out of town guests came fron New Ulm, Jordan, Minneapoli St. Louis Park, Minn., Dickens pencer, Webster City and Lake Colo. The couple took a weddin 3,276 bu. cap. 3,250 bu. cap. the cost to be shared by the ost. The Auxiliary had purchased some uniforms for Boy Scout Troop 70 and a note of hanks was received from, those boys. Memberships for 1967 are now due and it is hoped that before Dec. 30, they will all be paid. They are collecting old purses and old shoes that are repaira- )le, and announced that such terns may be left with Atha Hardgroye at Pratt Electric. The dinner committee consisted of Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fitzgerald, and Helen Johnson. The door prize went to Georgia Fitzgerald and the cancer prize to Kathryn Voigt. Uvermore Presbyterian 3ev. Ralph Hintfmwi Livermore Sunday, Sept. 25 9:45 Morning worship. Ser vices in charge of students from Buena Vista college. 10:45 a.m. Church school. LISTEN MUSIC • NEWS • SPORTS KLGA r*i *• i im rip to Wisconsin Dells afte ivhich the groom returned 't. Campbell, Ky., where he is stationed. Mrs. Arrowood is at »ome at 817 E. State street and s presently employed by the Storthwestern Bell telephone Co. May now dial overseas direct Telephone users in Algona are now able to dial their own calls to an overseas point for the first time with the inauguration of Direct Distance Dialing between the continental United States and the U. S. Virgin Islands. J. L. Claude, manager for the local Northwestern Bell office, said phone users here may dial directly to telephones in the Virgin Islands of St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John without the assistance of an operator, using Area Code 809. Conversely, telephone users on the Virgin Islands are able to dial directly to telephones in the U. S. Handsome new FleeUlde all-new Chevy pickup models for 1967 'i? Here's the brand new '67 Chevy pickup! Strikingly new in styling, its trim appearance puts many cars to shame. And tough new body sheet metal resists rust bet- ter. New all-steel pickup box provides full-depth double-wall side panels and tailgate, And the attractive new color-keyed cab interior is roomier. Also, there's better visibility plus many added safety features. The new '67'Chevy pickup looks so good and is built so well you can use it for almost anythingl 1 I r: INSPECTION: The storage structure and property may be inspected Friday, September 23, 1966, between the hour* 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. 66-12." Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Friday, September 23, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an Offer Form obtained from the A5CS Cpynty Office- Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than }:00 p.m. Friday, September 23, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not be considered- All grain storage structure* purchased under this Invitation mu$t be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of the »»le may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC. . , Additional information concerning this self may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS gffice, 190$ North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511. ' Curfjf p. Haahr Office Manager HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR HOME LATELY FOR LURKING FIRE HAZARDS? DO IT! In a flash, house and loved ones could be swept away by fire. Prevent this tragedy. Observe all safety rules in and around your home. MQIE kOAP SPACE ON A LONGER WHEELBASE! Blossom Insurance 109 N. Dodge Algone, low* Phone 295-2735 MI-NEW CHEVY-VAN IM (W WHULIASH KIWIY STYLED CHEYY-VAM » <»' WHEEIBAJO New Chevy-Vaw in two sizts for '67.,. new V8 power, too! All new for '67 is the Chevy- Van 108 with 108" wheel* base and 256-cw.-ft. load space. Or pick the Chevy- Van 90 with g09-cu.-f t. cargo area. Both can be equipped with hustling V8 power, There's a brand new breed of Chevy trucks at your Chevrolet > dealer's, so stop by soon! KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 14 0114 5W CORNER OF COURTHOUSE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE

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