Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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; Ttit Harold Bidhcks, e>f Ma- ihilla, were weekend visitors at |the Sidney Johnson home, Other < recent* guests of the Johnson* were the Glenn McCutcheons, of Dow City, and the Carlyle win- eys, of Denison. ,, ' Mr. and Mr*. JetM* Oelbraith, Lisa and Katliy", fiefc Moines, 4-ALCONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1946 wefe weekend Visitors of his rtid- thef, MfsVR, H. ttalbtlith. Contest Results - - - — AS REPORTED IN OCT. 3 ISSUE OF ADVANCE DCS Moines-417 — AS REPORTED IN AUG. 2 ISSUE OF UPPER DES MOINES AND STILL THE ADVANCE LEADS NEWS-STAND SALES AT THE SMOKE SHOP, LARRY'S, SJOGREN'S AND EAST END EACH WEEK — PLUS SELLING EXCLUSIVELY AT RON A JACK'S, DUNN'S AND TALL PAUL'S!! If you are looking for the largest Paid circulation. You'll get it in the ADVANCE! LIC AUCTION 111 Acres SATURDAY, OCT. 15,1966 11:00 A.M. FARM IS LOCATED 1 2 MILE NORTH OF BANCROFT bt- GRADE "A" IOWA UNO 1, HIGHWAY 169 +0 2. DREDGE DITCH 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. TERMS: 20% down and balance when lillo approved on or bo* foro March 1,1967, poitestioi date, Ben Sudmeier OWNER AND AOfNT MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA AUCTIONEER-VIRGIL SPENCER, Al(0ia, Iowa Wiley Mayne to lead caravaii thruKossuth RevUial now In proiroft A *f*cial revival meeting is row in progress at the Algona tfiiltth of the Nazarenc. Peatur- ng ReV, 'Lyle Borger, Pt. Dodge evangelist and singer; the program will be held at 7:30 every tiooft about 1:30 p.m. did damage to a car driven by ron Roethler, AlgoftA, fttid $4bb to ft oaf driVfil by bite Hasty of Fort ol Algona. WILEY MAYNE, republican nominee for congress, will head a caravan of candidates in Kossuth county Friday, ending in Algona where a Dutch Treat dinner, will be held at the Johnson House. The , tour starts at West Bend at 8.30 a.m., and will make stops at Whittemore, Fenton, Lone Rock, Burt, Bancroft, Swea City at noon, Ledyard, La kota, Titonka, Wesley and Lu- Verne. Mr. Mayne will be at republican headquarters part of the evening. The tour will end at the Sentral-Woden Crystal Lake football game. ' • Titonka man night through Sunday, Oct. 1 Rev. Billy Goodpa&ture cordially invites the public to attend. City polio* chock 3 more oat crathos A car driven by Rev. Walter H. Friedrich, Algona, struck a machine driven by Father James A. Bruch, also of Algona, at the intersection of Call and Colby streets about 1:50 p.m. Tuesday. The Friedrich car had about $250 damage and the Bruch machine had $400 damage. Rev. Friedrich was charged with failing to yield the right-of-way. ., j •' City police checked a second crash Sunday on South Phillips treet at about 2:10 a.m. A' car riven by; \WilUaih Fraser, Algp- ra, hit a .machine driven by Don- Id M. Hilbert,LUVerne, causing 500 damage to the Fraser. COr ette and $300 to the Hilbert machine. Fraser told authorities that! he fell asleep as he fol ow-ed the Hilbert car and his machine struck it from the rear: accident Saturday after- Hasty was backing from a park ing spot oil State street when tilfe crash occurred. He was charged with Improper backing by Police Chief Al Boekelman, 4-H News IS to ' f'.C. ••/^•te^ke^ a^il ^^^k^|^^k^tk*ijj|LM^ek aV|flU|^ TOM§ IIMINNIlin M ' u-oai-oo The U-Go-l-Go 4-H cllib held its Oct. meeting at the .county Extension building with hostesses Diana Muller and Joyce Sifert. 15 members answered roll call. Diana Muller gave a talk on the Qualities of a Club officer. Business was election of Officers. New ttffciers for 1&67 are: president, Marsha Winter; vice, Diana Muller; sec., Sue Bullock; treasurer, Becky Tielebein; historian, Sherry Bulten; reporter, Joyce Sifert; photographer, Debbie Bulten; asst. photographer, Debbie Missal; recreation chairman, Debbie Sewick; music chairman,, Phyllis l Pentecost; health chairman, Linda Mauser; safety chairman, Charolette Lemkee; special activity chair:man; Diane Winter. It was de> elided that meetings; for 1967 would be held the first Monday of each month. Also a skating party was discussed. Guests were Mrs.; Eugene Muller,, Mrs. Gene Abbqtt and Marlene Galwitzer. Reporter; Debbie Bulten. The Kossuth Democratic C«1- tral Committee asked young democrats 17 to 22 to sign up at democratic headquarter*. Raymond Steven Jr., Corwith, Is in charge of ,the. voting .democrat*. He is a student at 'Mason* City junior college and plans to be at headquarters each Saturday 10 a.m. to noon, The headquarters is located a few doors west of the Algona theatre! TorLito To Uastify FOR SALE — Purebred ant Yorkshire boars. Tested and vaccinated. August Baumann. J miles east and 1 mile south of Lakota, Phone 2874, . ;.: 76-78-80-82* Whittemore MMMMMM* Paul M. Koppen, rteftttty discharged from the Navy, betan to work this Monday for Collins Electronic Radio and TV tn Cedar Rapids, where he IS a testing technician, He is the son of Mr. ahd Mrs, Ralph F. Koppen of Whittemore, who also visited him oil Saturday. ' , • Robert J. Koppen enrolled in his freshman year as ,a^ Draftsman at the institute of Drafting and Technology, at Morrison, 111, Monday, Included In the course this year are geometries, shop processes, dimensioning niulti- views, drafting equipment, fasteners, dimensioning, sectional and auxiliary views and electronics and architectural drawings. Robert is a 1966 GarrigAn graduate, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Koppen, of Whittemore, took him there on Sunday. ;•-, . ;;;'.:' ;, •;., you lieve d JoAnne Hickman and Gregory Lee Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs Clarke Miller, Tltonkai were married Saturday afternoon October 1st, in ,a-;ceremony 4 'ai the home of the bride's parents the Rex E. Hickmans, Tiburoft Calif. ...... The ceremony was performed by the,Rev. John Jefferson Can oles. Her maid of honor was Arlene San Fillippo, Tibyroi Steven Hickman, Tiburon, t#e bride's brother, was best man The flower girl and ring bearer were Catherine and Kevin Cul pepper of Fairfax, The reception .was held in the home following the wedding and the couple left for a honey moon in Los Angeles. They wil live in Titonka. She was graduated 'from Red wood high school, He was grad uated from Titonka school. Friends and relatives are in vited to a reception to be hel( in the Titonka Methodist church Sunday, Oct. 16, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. PickNp, car crash near Ledyard There was about $325 damage ,o a pickup truck and a car in a crash Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. four miles east of Ledyard at the junction of highways 169 and 9. i Involved was a pickup truck driven by Cyril J, Miller and a car driven by Rodger Neumao, ooth of Lakota. Both machines lad about equal damage. Patrolman Charles Bird reported the pickup was turning left just when the Neuman car was passing- Miller was charged with failing to have his directional signals working by Bird. ALGONA A. O. K. The Algonn A. Q. K. 4-H club met October 8. Twepty-one members were present with seven new members, three guests, tbs two hostesses, and two leader/ The date for the Halloween party wasset for Oct. 22. Janis Haag was nominated best groomed girl. Elections were held. Jte : suits were as follows:. Judy Bejr- ger, president; Kathy Lallier, vice.pi-esid§»t; Janj« H§§g, sjc- retiryj Judy Tsjthprn, tregsurer; Becky Meyer, hisJorijuu Pebjfeie Studer aaa Susan MdSvpy, |e- porters; Mliy Monjji|, librartjuni; Suzanne Holtzbauer and Linda Hejmer, music §nd recreation. Talks an<J dejoions)tra|iQJis were given by Bggky Meyer, jS.ui?iane HoltebaUer, Nita Wmhaiighi Merri Laing and Susan Kinseth, and Susan McEvoy and Ljoda Heimer. Terry Farrell gave recrea- tign. Reporter is Janis Haag. FOR SALE One WKHTENHIL ESTATE Farm of 157.50 Acres Described as SEfrl ft,-3-96-30 Soil — Webster & Clarion Possession March 1, 1967 If interested see: Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton Iowa or McMahon and Cassel, Algona, Iowa. ''•• -•';•'.:•. . '•'•• •'. '.'v" = : :''•"•''.. '. ' 80-86 IT'S SOIL MANAGEMENT •' •* '".-.••/• Fall plow-down of fertilizer on stubble and other organic matter improves your soil fertility and tilth. Every year, more farmers agree it's good management to depend on ALGONA FLOUR * FEED for all their fertilizer needc! DOWN TO EARTH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROVEN TOP YIELDS Algona Flour & Feed "Taylor's Prwcription-Made Fertilizer" ' KAYSER STARTS THURSDAY, OCT. 13 . ... ^ You'd better believe it. Because Kayser Ts having a fabulous Fall sale. You'll save on "a II your favorite hosiery styles, including Fit-All Tops and Agilon stretch. Even famous Gantrece is on sale for 990 Come see all the styles you love, in every shade from black to bare. And you'll believe it. $1.35 KAYSER HOSIERY (INCLUDING AGILON AND CANTRECI) ON SALE FOR 99*. $1.50 KAYSER FIT-ALL TOPS ON SALE FOR $1.19. STYLE AGILON STRETCH CANTRECE 1 SALE | PRICE | 99c • | 99c REG. PRICE $1.35 $1,35 rahams Good Food Downtown PLATE LUNCHEONS DAILY 6 ajk'l i.m. . . Frittys lo I SINDAY SMORGASBORD (LIKE HOME-COOKCD MiAL$) 11 !•«. -2 LUDWIG'S CAFE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE

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