Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1966 · Page 5
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MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1*4 ALOONA (!•*•) ADVANCE-S Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chriichille* Tuesday the Kossuth County Teachers' Institute was held at Algona high school. The English teachers heard Dr. William Jumper of Iowa State University at Ames. He gave a fecture on composition. At Ames they have listed nineteen serious errors and I have first hand familiarity with them all. The battd directors heard a brass group from Morningside College play. Some of our pedagogues found out once again that sitting for five hours isn't easy. And they had a coffee break at 10:00 and an hour for lunch! _AHS— Homecoming brought back many-: alumni and their college talk. Cheryl Rusk is an Alphi Phi pledge •at Drake, Tom Ricklcfs is sweating it through Rhetoric at lowa^City. ue Moulton and Barb Medin came home to a homecoming and went back to another one. —AHS— the juniors won the first battle of the Junior-Senior War on Homecoming by taking first place with their display, Cadet Cadaver. Second place went to the sophomore display, R^ndez vous for Victory. Last place was the senior display, Send 'Em to the Hills. —AHS— Homecoming week was ended beautifully by the annual Homecoming Dance. The ceiling was transformed into a black sky with twinkling stars; the walls held blue, and white streamers Coffee and cookies were servec in the Alumni- Room, a place for the Alumni to get re-ac quainted. —AHS— Saturday, thirty girls went to Rockwell City for the FHA Dis trict Mealing. There were clubs from twenty towns attending the meeting. This year's themes were: Morals and Manners Mat ter, and Health, A Valuable As set. Installation brought the da> to a close with Sue Dodds o Algona being installed as v Dis trict Representative. nell, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bjornson and Mr. and-Mrs. Marvin Sloan. x Lt. and Mrs. Tom Mullins were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Richard Mullins home in Clear Lake. Mrs. W. D. McCutcheons, Gold- leld, and Bruce Jones, Cedar 'alls, were Sunday dinner guests t the Ben Krebs home. Jackie Shipman, who is em loyed at Friendship Haven in 'prt Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tack Shipman. Homemakers in Eagle elect new officers Swea-Eagle — Eagle Homemakers will meet at Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt's Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. There will be a lesson on the fitting of foundation . garments. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Virgil Tokheim succeeding Mrs. Jim Koons as president. Mrs. Kenneth Brones is vice chairman to succeed Mrs. Warren Brones, and Mrs. Irvin Smith succeeds Mrs. Virgil Tokheim as sec.-treas. The organization is considering disbanding if attendance does not improve. Plans are to try two more ings, and if the 'attendance is still down the club will terminate. WILL BE MARRIED The Raymond Pichts, Armstrong, anounce the engagement of their daughter, Alice Mae, to Gordon L. Skhal, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skhals, Big Falls, Minn. She is an Armstrong high school graduate, ' and o Mankato Commercia,! College and works at Electric Machinery and Manufacturing Co., Minne apolis. He graduated from the Virginia, Minn, high school, and is employed at Honeywell it flint year. Minneapolis. The wedding will take place at Armstrong Nov. 26. FATHER IS DEAD Nick Verdoes, father of Mrs. Russell Strayer, died a Week ago Saturday after a week in a hospital at Hartley. Mrs. Verdoes had a stroke. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Trinity church in Hartley. The Mancil Hurlburte met Monday evening with representatives of three state colleges at Ames, Iowa City and Cedar Falls, at Charlie's at Algona. Mrs. Laurel Peterson and daughters were weekend guests of her parents, the Otto Falks, Spicer, Minn. The Sam Links were hosts to the Fred Links and Thomas Prestons Sunday at Fairmont tor the Sam Links' 38th wedding. In the. afternoon, the Fred Links and Sam Links were guests at Tom Prestort's for Joey's 1st birthday. The Elvin Swansons and the Darrel Newlins were Sunday guests of Pauline Newlin and Mrs. Fred C. Newlin. The Herman Gabels spent 'our days with Leon Knutson and his daughter, Betty, at Re- iance, S.-D., where the men went grouse hunting. Grouse were not • very plentiful this year, but it seemed it would ba good for deer hunting, as there seemed to be a lot of deer. James Larsen, son of the Harvey C. Larsens, came from St. Olaf College,, NorthfleltL., for homecoming at Swea City Frilay. ;•. • • •••••:•••! The Maurice Carrs,' Sioux Palls, S. p., were weekend guests at the parental Harold Carr's. Friday guests at Harold Carr's were the Walter Magnusens, and Sunday callers were the John Blums, Armstrong. . Sunday guests at William Gies's were the George Weibles, WTH ANNIVERSARY There will be open house for the 25th anniversary of Mr. arid Mrs. Vernon Kramer Oct. 16 at Sacred Heart church, Livetffidfe, from 2 to 4. Hosts are their daughter Mr. and Mfs. Jerry Rftpjp. formal invitations are being sent. Friertds and relatives are invited. CRESCO M-D CLUB TO MEET Cresco Mother and Daughter club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the home of Mrs. Chfi? Buscher. ' NEW FARM HOME Whlttemore — Mr. and Mrs Ed Kenyon are building a new home on their farm northwest of Whittemore. It will be two-story with a full basement and the Roeber Building Service is doing the work. THE ALfiONA FIRE Lynwood, Calif. Louis Paulsons and Mrs. Mary Weible, Rolfe. STARTS THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 AMERICA'S GREATEST DRUGSTORE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS AT, 1 FOR THE PRICE OF I PLUS A PENNY! WILL HOLD AN UNION TWP. CLUB MEETS The Union Township Home •nakers met at the home of Mrs Wm. Dodds Sept. 29 for a Tea Mrs. Marguerite Gardner and Mrs. James Camp assisted. New officers for next year will be Mrs. Peter Erpelding, chairman Mrs. Irvin Handel, vice , chair man;. ^Mrs,, Harold, Hunt,, .publici ty chairman. County 'chairman Mrs. Glenn Clark was a gues and outlined the program fo: OPEN HOUSE Friday, Oct Uth at 6 MI Preventon Week • Be careful when smoking • Take care with f lammables • Keep matches from children ' ' • • Check on heating equipment t) Check on cooking equipment • Check on condition of roof • Clear out "junk" A rubbish • Check electrical wiring • Check electrical cords • Use correct fuses WATCH FOR BIG CIRCULAR IN ADVANCE OCT. 13THI Honsbruch "Your Rexall Store" Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Mew •>«*••«*•«••••••*»•••••«* Mrs. Paul Van Helton and Kara Sue spent last week at Lynnville visiting relatives, . Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifcl and Lottie and Janette Mason of LuVerne spent Saturday at Ledyard with Mrs. Verna Thompson, in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Zweifel. Mrs. Bertha Lee was pleasantly surprised Monday afternoon :by ladies of the Grace Baptist • church and neighbors' in honor of her 93rd birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Disch, Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel, Jim Wilhite and Mrs. Bernice Oxley attended the annual Fall Rally of the Iowa Regional Chapter of the American Council of Christian churches at Waterloo Monday, at the Hagerman Baptist ,church. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and Shirley and Mrs. Mary Bjor son were Sunday guests at the Luella Axon home in Goldfield Mrs. Jennie Bjornson returned to her home, Mr, and Mrs. LuVerne Thompson of Blue River, Wis., spent Tuesday all night at the Kenneth Wagner home. On Wednesday they were all dinner guests at the Wilbur Merriam home. Mrs. John Mullins and Mrs. Leonard Mullins attended the funeral Saturday at Ottosen for Loran Daniels. Mr. Harley Chambers and daughter Kaithy, Mrs. Ralph Foreman and Miss Elaine Chambers of California visited Tuesday and Thursday at the John Mullins home. Lt. and Mrs. Tom Mullins attended the Iowa State and Nebraska football game at Ames on Saturday. Mrs. F. F. Fett, Mrs. Darreil Fett of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson of Renwick visited Friday afternoon at the Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neiwald and son of Fort Dodge were weekend guests at the Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. John Aclams Sr were Sunday guests at the Henry Smith home in Britt. Friday dinner guests at tihe Elmer Krauss home were Mrs Ada Rasmussen and Mrs. Rus sel McBride of Des Motoes, Mrs Susan Hurst and Eric of I>ardo- PUBLIC AUCTION 111 Acres SATURDAY, OCT. 15,1966 11:00 A.M. FARM IS LOCATED V 2 MILE NORTH OF BANCROFT the CITY OF ALGONA proudly salutes its VOLUNTEER FIREMAN William J. Finn, Mayor Ralph Elbert, Fire Chief Chester Willey. Ass't. Chief Jim Li it Don Meyer Don Peterson Henry Geilenf eld Eugene Schattschneidcr Clarence Metzger Orrie "Bud" Peterson Kenny Besch Cyril Venteicher Stanley Muckey John Levy ilex Voyles Wayne Meyer Robert Laing Don Sherman Hurry Barton Howard Forsberg Jim Homer Jim Edgington Dick Lallier Dick Fridcres Darold Simmons Darrell Schmidt o* 1. HIGHWAY 169 to S? Tr-itr--^* GRADE "A" IOWA LAND This is a choice 111 acres with outstanding crops produced thereon and is Webster and Clarion soil. This land is all tillable and has no buildings. It is well tiled and would make anyone an excellent investment. Highway 169 and the Chicago and Northwestern R, R. and a gravel road are situated immediately west of this land. 2. DREDGE DITCH TERMS: 20% down and balance when title approved on or be* f ore March 1,1967, po$m$i on dale. • Ben Sudmeier OWNER AND A6ENT MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA AUCTIONEER-VIROH. SPENCER, Alfona, Iowa TOTAL FIRE CALLS Last Year 43 23 - City Calls 20 - Rural CITY CALLS 7 - Residence 3 - Business Places 18 - Vehicular 15 - Grass, Brush & Misc. Don't wait to call your FIRE DEPARTMENT There is no charge tor FIRE CALLS There is no charge for Fire call; as this is paid by taxation . . . So call your fire department immedi- ately upon discovery of a fire. Don't Delay! fO REPORT A FIRE ^^••^^^••i^^vHHi DAY or NI8NT

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