Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 11
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Scientist to visit Garrigan for program Iowa City — Students at Garrigan will have an opportunity to hear A. W. Swensen, .of Wartburg college, Wavcrly, • Oct. 25 under sponsorship of the Iowa Visiting Scientist program. BON JORCENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad He will visit the; local school to give students insights into scientific Specialties. Mr. Swettsen is head of the hysibal science department lit Wartbufg. His areas of special interests are polarogfaphic re* duction of the rare earth metals and the correlation between the degree of intoxication and the amount of ethyl alcohol in various body fluids. He received a B. A. degree from Luther college and M. S. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of Iowa. His professional activities include membership in the American Chemical Society, the, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma Xi, Iowa Academy of Science and the National Safety Council Committee on Drugs and Alcohol. OFFICER CANDIDATE Penwcola, Fl*. (FHTNC) Sept. 23 — Aviation Officer Candidate Jon L. Jentz, USN, son of the Walter L. Jentzes, Fenton, has reported to the basic naval avia- lion officer's school at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. He will receive 11 hours of classroom instruction in military subjects, physical fitness and academic work. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE NIVIR BEFORE A BRA LIKE THIS! tee Htsskn BUS shape Looks and feels fresh and new, washing after washing! No more wrinkles, wilt or droop thanks to Lovable's miracle permanent press fabric — a Springmaid® blending of Kodel® polyester and cotton. "Brand New" holds its shape and flatters yours long after other bras have that weary, washed-out look and feel! A 32-36, B 32-38, C 32-40. White. Come in and buy yours now! SOFT-PADDED WITH FIBERFILL ONLY— A 32-36, B 32-38. CHARGE IT AND SAVE, TOO ... AT S & L Engaged MR. AND MRS. James Besch, of >Vhittemore; announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Ann, to Denny Sill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill of; Lu- Verne. The bride-to-be is a ,196? graduate of Garrigan high school and is employed at the Directory Service Co. Mr. Sill is a 1962 graduate of LuVerne high school and is employed at; Sieg Co, in Algona. A November 12th wedding is being planned. SOCIETY Lay program held Sunday atlrvington Irvington — Lay Sunday observed in the Irvington church Sunday. The respoiisivfkreading was led by Clarence qlnaday, scripture was read by. Leonard Hansen. The pastoral prayer was by Toby Eastman who also talked on The Cross - Oh Easy Ternls. Mrs. Durwood Walker, vvtotj, shared in conducting the service, gave a talk on the Bible. The choir sang. Keith Strayer, pastor; sat with the congrega- tioii. ESCAPE HURRICANE Word was received by the* Lewis Kents, Washington, D. C., from Mrs. Kent's parents, in Santo Do- niingo, Dominican Republic, that they had no damage from hurricane Inez. Mrs. Kent's parents wrote that the town of 62,000 'people was left .without a building standing except city hall. Lewis Kent is a son of Margaret Kent, Algona. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise anniversary party was held Oct. 11 at Bernard Capesius's for their 44th wedding. Attending were the John Capes- uses, Ernie Gales, and Tony Bec- cers, St. Joe. Mr*. Velma Patton Is hemt visiting her daughters, the Dick Simpsorts and Dick Laltiers. She jia§ been at Bill Levin's fesort in Bena, Minn. Her son Dort will join her for a few days Visit From Phoenix, Ariz. Reding Srav.el. Labor --~—- §6.55 . ' . .. '\PUBUIG SAFETY ... Boekelfnah, Salary •-... 377.14 Bulrefi, Sdfdfy 209.14 Day, Salary - utchisori, Salary .>• orgShsort, Salary hompson. Salary Ibert, Labor 4-H News WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Plum Creek.Woman's Club met Oct. 12 at Mrs. Claude Seely's with Mrs. Harvey Jergenson assisting. Towels and calendars were ordered from the blind. Mrs. Wayne Keith had the opening number. The program, on safety was by Mrs. Irene Kollasch. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ronald Gardner assisted by Mrs. Carl Hutchins. The program is hobbies in charge of Lela Gardner. ANNUAL BAKE SALE CPA of Court 283 will hold their annual fall bake sale at Hoods Super Valu, Saturday, Oct. 22, starting at 9 a.m. LaVon Goodman and Mary June Hover- ly are in charge of the bake sale All members from A to M are asked to donate articles to the sale.. •>, . _ ........... .... .-.,.•;- ,,,, BEL CANTO MEETS Bel Canto met Wednesday Oct. 12 with Phyllis Burt and Helena Dodds as hostesses. A panel discussion, "What Makes A Music Lover" was given by ' WESLEY BOYS Wesley Boys 4-H club met at Harold Martinek's October i2. Old business was what to do with $29 made at the car wash. The club appointed a committee of Tony Mueche, Leonard Becker and Duane Kunkel to investigate the possibilities of visiting Des Moines. The annual 4-H 'award night for Wesley Boys club and Wesley Girls and Prairie Future Farmers club was discussed. New officers are: President, John Kiley; vice,'Tony Muehe; sec., Duane Kunkel; treas., Jerry Marti nek; reporter, Karl Kiley; photographer, Kim Martinek; recrea siij Paul Hildman; historian Kathy Skow. Jerry Martinek gave a demonstration. Mrs. Martinek served lunch. Reporter is Jerry Martinnek. MR. AND MRS. Garel Leek of Wesley announce the engage merit of their daughter, Barbara Gail, to Marvin H. Maas, son o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Maas o Homestead, Iowa. Miss Leek is a graduate of the State College of Iowa and teaches first grade in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Maas is employed with K & H Co-op Oi Company in Wesley. -A June 17 wedding is being planned. FOOT IS BURNED Mrs. Lawrence Miller had an accident Friday afternoon while she was canning beets. The liquid boiled over and scalded her right foot and ankle badly. SERVICEMEN oe. Sec;, Sot.- Sec. •-.. a. Stole Bk., Wholding tote Comfn., Wholding , rust & Agency, Pension Ife Inv. Co., Insurance \rnold Motors, Cushion City. Clerk, Adv. Cash •ireeriberg's, Supplies --*- lutzell's, Staples .eriko inc., supplies look's Welders, Supplies electronic Spec., Service a. State U., Film'.'^.-J —... ire Dept.. Services ... SANITATION M c k/e|.M i, je, Alton's, Gas Gade. Salary PERS, IPERS ... Soc. Sac., Soe. Set. a. State Bk., Wholding J. Rellly, Labor-'—• lowan's, Concrete . teding's, Labor & Mot. . City Clerk, Adv. Cash . , . I. Central Gas, Gas SEWER RENTAL Sronbdch, Salary _J .emkee, Salary a. State 'Bk., Wholding State Cpmm., Wholding -ift Inv. Co., Insurance IPERS, IPERS Soc. ._____..__ Soc. Sec. ....' Frederick Hdwe., Supplies Funk Plbg., Supplies Miller Lbr., ISupplies .RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 210.86 245.62 244.36 136.51 40.24 255.21 911.13 219.40 37,34 21.14 126.96 4.00 ,8.22 • 14.60 1.12 7.50 5.25 62.00 •2.66 429.00 11.15 93.15 79.53 97.28 1.00 88.67 13.85 415.50 3.62 4.08 153.79 2*6.52 31.70 6.44 29.17 186.45 223.73 2.74 1.50 3.46 139.50 e. e. r *., Muht£i0dLBdr1d, la. Staje Bk,, W state CcsHWi., \ Life i>wY Cd,; 8.0 9.00 City Clefft,.AaV. Cash ..^ J - i - t ~ s Frederick Hdw»., Supplies , 15.74 Miller Lbr., Supplies — Dirfic&Ws, Supplies rnuictfii »/ ifcia * Algdhd Mdchin*. N I^UUT IWI*/, JMII IPERS, IPERS iin«, supplies PARKING METER Salary ...i- Salary .. . 4.t>3 . 2.80 , 40.50 3.60 1,15 291.81 55.81 34.03 Churches Sunday visitors at Verl Patterson's were Mrs. Patterson's parents, the Bert Huntleys, of Goldfield. Mrs. Marie Frankl left last Thursday for Waterloo, visiting a week with relatives. ' Claude Fowler returned home Saturday after a month at Pine River, Minn., at his brother Emmett's. The Jess Bakers, Selah, Wash., former Irvingtonians, spent a few days with'the Kenneth"Roneys, and are also visiting other friends and relatives in this area. They are staying with Jess's sister, Mrs. Effie McNeish, at Kanawha. The 1 BakerS' and Mrs. McNeish plan a trip to visit brothers at Dawson, Neb. The Glenn Blacks, Burt, took the Ed Ditsworths to Winthrop, Minn., Sunday where they remained until Wednesday with their son the Harry Felters. KENT GERZEMA Ft. Bliss, Tex. (AHTNC—Army Private Kent N. Gerzema, 22, son of the Carl Gerzemas, Lakota, fired expert with the M-14 rifle iept. 24 near completion of basic training at Ft. Bliss, Tex. He entered the army in July 1966. He is a 1962 graduate of Lakota high school. He received a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration in 1966 from Macalester college, St. Paul. Pat Chrischilles, Bea Holt, Chris-1 Mrs. Hazel Sabin, who went tine McCullough and Judy Thore-1 to Cresco last week Monday with son. the Merrill Solomons for a visit with Mrs. Myrtle Solomon family, became ill Tuesday morning and was hospitalized. Harold Sabin and Mrs. Geo. McVay went to Cresco Wednesday, and on Thursday Mrs. Sabin was released and they brought her home. She is in her own home and is SERVERS MEET The Iowa School Food Service Assn. of Kosauth county met recently at the Bancroft school with a large attendance. Mary Ann Kayser sang two solos and Mrs. Russel Kauffman, Swea Ci- y, gave a cake decorating demonstration. ATTENDS SEMINAR Walter J. Turchin, Algona vatchmaker, attended a seminar at Minneapolis recently conducted by the organization of Watchmakers of Switzerland. RICHARD J. SCHAEFER Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo (AHTNC),—Army Private Rich ard J. Schaefer, 19, son of the Clarence H. Schaefers, Wesley completed advanced training as a combat engineer Oct. 5 "at ,Ft, Leonard Wood. COUNCIL MINUTES LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev. Ralph S. Illndman LuVerne Thursday, Oct. 20 The Christianaires will meet at the Melviri Marty home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Marty' are in charge of entertainment. The lesson Will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolf. Sunday, Oct. 23 10 a.m.: Church school. 11 a.m.: Morning worship. VIen's Day will be observed with Richar'd Farquar, Garwin, guest speaker. 7:30 p.m.: Bible study. Congregational Rev. Frank Harecy Algona Thursday, Oct. 20 1:30 p.m.: Sewing circle. 4 p.m. — Junior choir. 7 p.m.: Senior choir. Saturday, Oct. 22 9 a.m.: First year confirma tion. 10:30 a.m. — Second year con firmation. Sunday, Oct. 23 9:45 a.m.: Church school. ll a.m.— Devine worship. Ser mon title: "World Order." ...,11 a.m.: Nursery. . , .... 5 p.m.: Youth Fellowship. Monday, Oct. 24 4 p.m.: Brownies. EVENING AUCTION , Automotive Shop iqulpmsn*, fottls ind Offii FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 1\ -7 P.M. )ue to illness, we will sell the following equipment tion, at 220 N. State St., Fairmont, Minn. Shop Equipment and Tools — No. 440 Sun Speedometer Tester, sio. 500 Sun Scope Motor Tester, No, BC83 Sun Battery Charger, No. 44A Sun Volt Ampere Tester, No, 76 Sun Distributoi- Tester. Master Model, No. 5AS-734-16 Sun Field Current and DC Alttpfires Tester, Allen Generator Test Bench» Weidenhoff DistribU-U^Scdpe, Weidenhoff Armature Growler, Sioux Valve Face Grinding Machine, Sioux Hard Seat Grinding Set, Sioux Bench Grinder, Black Hawk Floor Jack, 8 ton capacity, SJ-4 Black Hawk Floor Jack, 4- ton capacity, Scott-Atwater Floor Jack, 2V* ton capacity, SJ-2S, Bumper Jack, 1. Ton Chain Hoist, Allen Magnetizer, Champion Sparkplus Cleaner, Carter Carburetor Tool & Gauge Kit, 3 bench Vises, Generator Starter Field Coil Vice & Tool, Van Daren Junior Drill, Vz inch, Sioux Drill, »/4 inch, Weaver 2-Stage Air Compressor, Rego Welding Torch with Tanks and Cart, Atlas Drill Press. Vz inch, Atlas Bench Lathe with Motor, '4 Car Stands, Parts Washer, Radiator Can, Work Benches, 4 Parts Shelves and Bins, Assorted Small Shop Tools, Assorted Brooms, Garden Hose, Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention. Office Equipment — L. C.. Smith Adding Machine; Paymaster Check Protector; R., C. Allen Combination ,Cash Register; Warro Counter Register; Royal Typewriter with Stand; Glass TSobped Desk; 2 Oak Chairs; 2 Compartment File Cabinet; Card File; Steel Cabinet; Counter; Radio: Pencil Sharpener; Fire E<tinguisher; 2 Electric Type Wall Clocks; Cincinnati Time Clock; Exhaust Ven- . tilating System with Hoses. ; Usual Auction Terms — Not Responsible For Accidents ' No Property Removed Until Settled For '' FAIRMONT AUTO ELECTRIC, Owner • :•..;..... Herman, We'del, Auctioneer Martin County National Bank, Fairmont, Clerk. ATTEND COLLEGE Peru, Neb.—Palma and Larry Holding, Burt, are, among -the 1,040 students at Peru State college. HOSTS CLUB Mrs. Al Agena was hostess to her sewing club ning. Monday eve- Amateur contest dated Oct. 29 The Kossuth County RAVE (Rural Amateur Variety Entertainment) contest will be held on Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. at the Farm Bureau office in Algona. This event is sponsored by the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and county Farm Bureau. Contestants are welcome. Inquire at the Farm Bureau office for rules. much improved. The Herman Beckers, Irvington, had as guests Sunday their twin daughters, the Garry Ludwigs and Shane, and Richard Farrells, Sioux City, and Herman's mother, Mrs. John Becker, St. Joe. The Harold Sabins went to Ringsted Oct. 9 for the day at Mrs. Sabin's parents, the Roy Bensens, for Mr. Bensen's birthday. In the evening the Rudy Willretts, Burt, were visitors at Harold Sabin's. The Harold Sabins and family drove to Ringsted Oct. 16 for an open house for the Ray Chris- tiansens 25th wedding. Mrs. Margaret Kent, Mrs. Verl Patterson and Mrs. Lawrence Miller went to Fort Dodge Oct 12 on a combined business anc pleasure trip. The Lawrence Millers went to Red Oak Sunday for the day with Mr. Miller's sister, the Danny Kuhns. The Millers returned on Sunday. The Miller children stayed with Mrs. Margaret Kent COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met Oct. 12 1966 with Mayor Finn and' the following council members present: Muckey, Andreosen, Cook, Miller and Pierce, Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. James Walker request to operate a taxi in Algono was tabled. Mayor Finn was authorized to promote a county wide meetinn on Dutcn tlm u.i- fcase. Public to be invited. Mr. Faulstich came before the council concerning TV tower in the east part of he city. No action was taken at this ime. Moved and seconded the meeting adj. D. A. SMITH City Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION NO. 1159 October 12, 1966 GENERAL : inn, Salary $ n n i, .juiwi y Smith, Salary Sands, Salary PERS, IPERS Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. PERS, Finn-IPERS la. State Bk., Whojding State Comm., Wholding -ife Inv. Co., Insurance W. Finn, Court Costs D. Smith, Expenses Advance, Publishing Arwell, Rot Control Buchanan & McClure, Fees -City Clerk, Adv. Cash Hulzell's, Supplies IBM Corp., Contract --• Koch Bros., Supplies Upper DM, Publishing STREET Burris, Salary Burtis, Salary Frambach, Salary Helmers, Salary Lashbrook, Salary Pergande, Salary Sifert, Salary Wibben, Salary IPERS, IPERS Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. la. State Bk., Wholding State Comm., Wholding Life Inv. Co., Insurance Cowan's, Concrete Ft. DodgeTowels, Service Frederick Hdwe., Supplies Hilton's, Supplies N. Central Gas, Gas ROAD USE TAX Algona Flour & Feed, Repairs _ Algono Impl., Belt Arnold Motors, Supplies J. Bradley Equip., Repairs Cowan's, Supplies Greenberg's, Repairs Hilton's, Repairs Laing's, Fittings 6 Miller, Lbr., Supplies 95 123.45 235.08 120.39 159.39 224.28 354.38 60.60 6.61 37.18 81.00 44.00 53.70 23.00 630.00 6.25 2.05 44.50 1.70 33.65 180.15 149.85 156.95 137.56 47.89 200.96 145.60 145.71 557.65 779.23 88.80 13.18 95.52 8.40 9.50 1.34 485.47 3.90 15.65 1.34 11.59 8.76 459.27 11.84 36.75 6.24 .28 First Methodist Rev. Frank L. ConsidlM, Palter Corwith Thursday, Oct. 20 3:45 p.m.: Junior choir. 8 p.m. — Chancel choir. Sunday, Oct. 23 9:45 a.m.: Church school. 11 a.m.: Worship. MYF on 1st and 3rd Sunday ra'ghts at 6. Official board on 1st Wednesday night each month, 8. Monday, Oct. 24 Mason City District Wall Layman's rally at Clear Lake Mteth- odist church, dinner served from 5:30 to 7:30 ($1.50), meeting at 7:30 p.m. promptly. Dr. George E. LaMore Jr. is speaker. He is presently director of Religious life and head of the department of religion and philosophy at Iowa Wesleyan. His subject will be "Challenged by Chaos." Lay leaders Geo. Detmering at Wesley and Earl Chambers at Corwith have tickets for sale for the supper. Trinity Lutheran Thursday, Oct. 20 6-8 p.m.: Bible school. 7 p.m.: Junior choir. Sunday, Oct. 23 8:30 a.m.: Divine services. 9:45 a.m.: Sunday school and Bible classes. 7:30 p.m.: Bible institute, Al- Ev*r had BEER-BECUE? 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JOE'S and INN OF THE BUCK KNIGHT. ? $*IUMING fOOtS- In*** Muted Pool/Lint OuUw fool «ri * 290 LUXUBIOUS 6UEST BOOMS Rt«| | Twias-J14.75 W WHIMM -J12.75 14.75 I 99 160 ACRE FARM FOR SALE HERMAN PUTZ ESTATE Legal description: SW ;-15-97-28 (Portland Township) located 3Va miles East and 1 mile North of Burt, Iowa Possession: March 1, 1967 The Farm: Clarion and Webster Soil/ drainag* no problem, good improvements, an excellent productive 1 farm SM L. W. Nitchals,

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