Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1966 · Page 3
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Five tire calls in one Alpha Eagle efved the cake. ay afteifiboli. Mi*. Undefbeirg's Cahflsti oUib, Liv> efr'hrore, aiid dttseh, broUght unch and gifts. FAMILY GATHERING A .family gathering was held recently at Magnus Rongved's When children of the John Rang ved's met for the first tinie iri 17 yeiirs for SUhday dinner Present were the Robert Gold en's, West Covina, Calif., Sij Roagvad's, Chicago, Eirncis Schrosders and Irvin and Wesley Wiley, Spirit Lake, the Don Elliots, Ft. Dodge, Erling Rotig- ved's, Robin and Vicki, Aldem, the Joseph Rial's and Roger Rongved's were evening guests. THE ALGONA FIRE department had a busy day Thursday answering five fire calls. Three of the five involved a grass fire about three miles north of Algona on the Plum Creek blacktop road by the Cecil Long farm. Sparks from a train caught grass afire and the department answered a call at 4:53 p.m. and another at 5:14 p.m., the second requesting a water truck and four more men. Firemen' were called back there about 11.23 p.m. when the fire flared up again on the railroad bridge there. Another grass fire brought firemen out at 6:23 p.m. to a fire north of Irvington, also started by sparks from the train. The fifth call was to. the Universal Mfg. Co. on Diagonal street where a bunch of rags had caught fire. A cleanup man was in the building at the time and the only damage was from smoke according to assistant fire chief "Kink" Willey. The above photo shows firemen at work at the Universal Mfg. Co. blaze. Still another alarm was sounded shortly before 6 p.m. Friday. The fire was in some timber southeast of Algona on the Fred Geigel farm, but there was very little fl n in fl P f " • Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. NEWS OF ALOONA MONDAY, OCT. 31, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-r-3 MOLLY MCDONALD ant j visited Mrs. L. E. Ltnnan spent several days hot week at the Linr nan cottage in n-oithern Wiscohr sin with guests C. W. Morok, Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, Burt, and Mrs. Flora Bradley, Baiv croft. En routs the group stopped in Minneapolis where Mirs. Lin>n,an visited her sister, Sister Amokl'ire, who is at the Incarnation Convent there. Lr. and Mrs. Jack,Clapsaddle • were visited last wee£'Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Don Deming of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom spent last weekend in Iowa City Lake. The where they visited friends and Algonans. attended the Iowa-Northwestern homecoming game. were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stevens were in Cedar Rapids- for a few days last week attending Order of Eastern Star meetings. Mr. and Mrs. George Powers spent the weekend in Melborne and Marshalltown where they attended the 'wedding of Mr Powers' niece, Susan Powers The Powers' daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ter ranova, Julie and Lisa, came ou from Chicago for the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bur and family visited Mrs. Burt's step-mother, Mrs. J. B. Hardy, in Greene, la., recently. Frank Rueb was in New York last week attending the national sales meeting at American Cyanamid. He flew by jet from Minor eapolis on Sunday and returned home Thursday. Mrs. J. N. Kenefick and Ann drove to Des Moines last week Saturday where they visited Mrs. Kenefick's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Stephen Kenefick, Katie and Stephanie of West Des Moines, and attended Flower Drum Song Mr. and Mrs. Val Gene West .ng were visited Wednesday vening by Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderson of Lebanon, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Del Brandt and amily spent last week Sunday n, Nashua, la.', visiting Mr Jrandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs lenry Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lierley drove to Iowa City over the weekend to attend .the. J^wal diana game Satur'day? ...... Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfiel lad as weekend visitors Mr. anic Mrs. Earl Parsons of Storm Lake. The Parsons are forme Mrs. last Bless Rusk weekend by their son and daughter, Gary and Cheryl, Both students at Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Don Armstrong had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mrs. Armstrong's father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue of Livermore, and an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thew of Marble, Minn. Mrs. Lynn Kueck and daughter Kristine visited Mrs. Kueck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeill of Spirit Lake last weekend. Mr. Kueck joined them on Sunday. The Kuecks also spent some time with Mrs. Kueck's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ted McNeill, also of Spirit Lake. St; Olaf ALCW is planning the annual Lutefi&ke supper at the church NO'V&rniber 17. Advance sale of tickets owly, on sale November 1. New officers are elected by St. Joe clubs St. Joe — Riverdale Rustler Unit 1 met October 22. Illus rated talks were given by Ruth Thilges, Judy Kollasch and Jean leding. Demonstrations wer given by Colleen and Kathy Red ng. Election, of officers was held 'resident, Darlcne Plathe; vice Judy Kollasch; secretary, Jan Reding; treasurer, Suzanne Red inig; historian;, Sandy Wagner; reporter, Cpleen Reding; recreation, Janice Eirpelding and Vlaribith Thilges; music, Barbara McGuire and Ellen Bbr- man; courtesy, Ruth Ann Thilges; photography, Paula Thilges. The annual Award night will be held on Nov. 15. Club members will receive awards for their years work. Mary and Carrie Thilges and their mothers, were ths< hostesses. The November meeting will bs held Nov. 12. Sandy Wagner is reporter. at the KRNT Theatre. Mr. and Mr*. Ray BiUbor ough and daughters Sandra and Laurie drove to Ames recently to attend homecoming and Mrs. Bilhorough's class reunion. From Ames the family went to Des Moines where they visited Mrs. Bilsborough's brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs, Kendell Ward. Mrs. Fred W«g«n«r tptnt last Sunday visiting her son and daughtcr-inrlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener of Swea City. Mrs. John Bahr returned home Wednesday evening from a two-months stay visiting her sons and their families in Sacramento, California. Mr. and Mrs. Clair BI<H»om had as weekend guests Mr. »n4 Mrs. S. J. Fardal of Forest City. Mrs. Fardal is J^r, Blossom's sister. , Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will were visited last weekend by their son John, a freshman at Iowa State 1 University, Ames. Mr. and Mri, J- I. were in Cedar Rapids last end visiting their daughter her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn, ' Mrs. Fred W»9*n«r and her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. J. Heiden- witfi of Swea City, drove to Fairmont, Minn., last week Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens attended the Colorado-Iowa State game at Ames recently. Their daughter Jean accompaniec them home for the rest of thai weekend. She is a sophomore at Iowa State. Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas and Mrs. Rose Scanlon left this weekend for a two-week visit in the Twin Cities with Mrs. Kohi haas 1 son and his family, Mr and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, St Paul, and 'her daughter and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Livedalen Minneapolis. The Livedalen UNIT II ELECTS Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met Oct. 22. The October pledge to the Flag was by Joan Redlinig with Jsan Reding leading th 4-H pledge. Kathy Reding, ,gav a demonstration and Jean Reding gave an illustrated talk. Election of officers was held: President, Joan, Reding; vice, Jean Reding; secretary, Michelle Philges; treasurer, Lindia Red L ng; historian, Suzanne Reding; recreation, Elizabeth Zl'jemet and Sandy Kollasch; music, Jane McGuire; reporter, Kathy Eleding; courtesy, Mary Thilges and Diane Bormann; librarian, Carrie Thilges. The next meeting will be Nov. 12. Award Night will be held Nov. 15. Mary and Carrie Thilges and their mothers were hostesses. Linda Reding is reporter. Algona girl married Carol Marie Nagel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Nagel, Algona and Reginald R. Spoo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spoo, Jackson, Minn, were married Oct. 22 at the Algona Methodist church. Rev. Noland officiated at the double ring cere^ mony. Maid of honor was Kaye Berseth, Minneapolis. Bridesmaid was Sandra Nagel, Algona. Best man was Larry Spoo, Minneapolis and groomsman was Bruce Spoo, Minneapolis. A reception was held in the ihurch parlors following the ceremony. She is a 1960 graduate of Sherburn schools and is presently employed by University of Minnesota hospitals. He is a 1960 graduate of Welcome schools and is presently employed by Northern Pacific Railways. After a honeymoon to Las Vegas, Nevada, they will be at home in Minneapolis. Thompson, poured. a charter member Hostesses were, Mrs, Burton Rood, Mrs. Pat 'Brock, Mrs. wunftbWfuu". MQOU IVirS. fOHf rHUUK, imt». drove to Algona this weekend Snirl 4 y Johnson and Mrs. Shir- and took Mrs. Kohlhaas and if' V, Mrs. Scanlon back up with them. | ^ Party at Bode given Golden Age women Erling Rossing, Sioux Falls, S. D., and their daughter " Eunice, Minneapolis, I visited Saturday with Mrs. Nora Quill, A. C. Rossing and Olaf .Olson. Rev. Rossing is manager I of the Luther Manor retirement home in Sioux Falls and Miss Rossing teaches in Anoke. Mr. Rossing is a cousin of Mrs. Quill and A. C. Rossing and is a former Bode resident. Sharon Nygaard, daughter of lode,-The Bode Woman's the Berdine Nygaard's and a dutfhad a "Golden Age" party friend, Jane Paulson, both semor at the St. Olaf Lutheran church nursing students at Iowa Metho- parlors Oct. 21. Invitations dist hospital in Des Momes, were sent to 27 women in the spent the weekend in Bode. !«-.» *_ n «AM<-]*nrY if ;M»»O/i 'Wl /"YnT.rlO community. Sharon is spending three months 'JJ*il«UliJaVj . i kJ**MJ. v*» — "f 1* Mir*•"' Torkel Aure, chairman training at Independence state o| ttoeAsocial committee, intro- hospital. duoed members and guests and The Calvin Dorenkamp s were corsages were presented. Mrs. Sunday visitors at Orvme 0*Teti Olson had the program. Olson's. RoU call was a favorite hymn. ...^ A solo was sung by Mys. Basil BIRTHDAY OBSERVED " and Mrs, P»vi4 ftp* Mrs- EtteUnderberg observed a piano selectjoB. a birthday last weekend on sev was served, Viola'era! occasions Sunday a family gathering was held at her home, Present were the Ted Under- bergs, and Joe Underbergs and Dean, Ft. Dodge, I. H. Under- bergs and Mrs. James Noonen, Mike and Barbie, Eagle Grove, the Robert Foleys, Kenneth Unr derbergs, Erik and lisa, liver- more, Wm. Wollums, Mason City, Dwayne Benges, Tom, Roxie and Kathy, Bradgate, Irwin Olson and Beth McCaleb, Bode. A son George called from California and daughter Helen called from Evanston, 111. October 24 was her birthday and 40 women surprised her. They came from Gilmore City, Bradgate, Ft. Dodge, Eagle Grove, Livermore and Bode. Mrs. Under berg's children xrought all refreshments. A arge decorated cake was a gift of the Benges and James Noonr ans. Mrs. Irvin Underberg, 'Mrs. Albert Thilges and Paula and Mrs. Will Thilges and Ardis attended a pre-nuptial shower ini the Assumption Parish Hall in Emmetsburg for Lou Ann Naugle. She will 'marry Larry Huberty on, Nov. 5 at 10 o'clock in St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore. He is the son of the Nick Huberty's, Whittemore, and a nephew of Albert and Willie Thilges here. Mrs. Ed Borman has the R-Nu 500 club Wednesday with Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. N. J Weydert and Mrs. Anton Wey dert receiving prizes. Mrs, Or ville Wagner has the club Nov 17. Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Frances Wei big, 86, Dell Rapids, S. D. with the funeral Thursday with rel atives planning to attend. Mrs Welbig was a sister of Mrs. Will Thilges Sr., Algona. Sheryll Weydert spent several days in Des Moines with Mends this week. ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY THE URISCH CORPORATION Rtwu tBLAKE EDWARDS What did . Eagle Grove, poured and Mirs. AUTO RACING FANS Tkw*.>Fri.-Sat. OH COME *s« f *•.. I . S NOV. M-S lef's Be Accurate!! \ r • • '• OUR DEMOCRATIC FRIENDS HAVE BEEN SO CARRIED AWAY THEY HAVE BEEN CARELESS WITH TtlEt 1 ACTS HERE IS A FACT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii i«ii!iit«i ; iiiiiiliiiiiirai!*!!^ I ; . •"•,'; -' Harold Hughes Feb. 1, 1985 in proposing the -withholding plan recommended "one-half the total tax load be forgiy|n : to insjiire FAIRNESS to all taxpayers." Hughes said . . ; •.. This .metnod would not . .. result in an Unnecessary .'Windfall to the stdte. Democrats in the senate voted this down. Bill Murray would carry out the forgiveness plan. The federal government forgave 75 per cent; Wisconsin and Minnesota among others also forgave apart. Why nbtlowa? \ HERE IS A FACT j!!!!!!,!!!,,,,!!,!,,,!!,!!!,,!!,,!!,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! il|||lliilll||i ||||l!!llllillllll!lllll • tillllllllllM Bill Murray's proposal will provide for additional funds for education, highways and building needs of the state. The windfall will reach 100 million dollars — ample for state needs and a refund of our money. . ; HERE IS A FACT ||||||||||||||||!|||||||||||ll||||||||||il|||||!ll||!illlllllllllllllllll II1IIIBIIIII1I111II illlllimill illllllllllllllllllllllll Forgiveness would benefit taxpayers and would average from $50 to $55 per TAXPAYER. The $12 "dole" for non-taxpayers is a fraudulant statement — only taxpayers would get a refund. How come the state tax commission hasn't gone after the so-called "50,000 tax cheaters" who didn't pay a tax? If they know who to pay a refund to don't they know who to collect from? HERE IS A FACT ^•' iiiiiiiiiNiii.iiii-iiii^'jij'.riv^i'jn'iiiN mi i mi iiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiniiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiii liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiii ' BILL MURRAY was at the Kossuth county fair and at the annual Barbecue, Remember! It is understandable the democrats didn't know this as none of their major candidates thought enough of the Kossuth fair to attend. HERE IS A FACT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mum •iiiiiii jiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii •iiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Congressmen are supposed to represent their district in Washington. If Greigg came out here 60 times to politic and bask in adulation by democrats, he neglected his duty. However it is also true a congressman who is a rubber stamp does not have to study bills or vote for his district — just vote how the boss wants him to. HERE IS A FACT iljj'^IV;,!:,!!,,!!!;,'!!:,!';!!!;!;! 1 ,!:,!,! 1 ,! 1 !!',!! 1 !!,!:,!!']]!;!! 1 !!! Mllllllliilli •IIIIIII1IIHII illllllllllllillllllllllllilillllllllllllillllii Greigg had a zero voting rating on 12 major issues of a national farm organization. He voted on only 10 — and of the 10 votes each was against the recommendations for farmers. HERE IS A FACT (P^^lll^lll^pllllllljlllliiliillliillllllllll iiilllill lillllllU llllllillllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllll Democrats have contributed the highest state taxes, the highest interest rates, and lowest purchasing power of the dollar in history. They have arrogantly displayed political partonage in state offices. They have white washed in such instances as the Bobby Baker and Dennler cases. HERE IS A FACT llllllllliliillllillllllllllllllllliillllll •IIIIIIIIIIII •••IIIIIII mmmmwmmmum The U, S. secretary of agriculture has taken pride in lowering prices for farm produce and advised his congressmen to "duck, slip and slide" when confronted with the fact. Our congressman has followed the Freeman advice, IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE- VOTE REPUBLICAN KOSSUTH CO. REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE I ',1 ! ' 'it, I'' 1 T

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