Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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tHUKSDAY, NQV. 3, (tew>l ADVANCf-! »M -I'M t1'H't I I I I I .t-M'-H I ri-j-i j l IH Mfli Ml M ! I ! ! I I I I Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Hill I'l I 1 M 1 | It I I H. Phone 295-2605 Bob Butts/ Des Moinej, wa» here for the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Frank Butts, and his father who has been seriously ill at Good Samaritan Home. Wtbb Fowler submitted to Surgery Monday at Rochester, Minn. He and Mi's. Fowler had been there most of last week While he underwent tests, then came home and returned to Rochester on Sunday when he entered Methodist Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reid en- taitied at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchett and H-H14H Him Ml t M I M four children, of the Burt neighborhood. John Hovey will leave soon after being called to military service. He is married and has been farming the J. A. Reid farm in Union township. His father, Arden Hovey, will take over the responsibility of the farm after John leaves and- his wife will probably join him at camp later on. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hutiell and son Brian, New Hampton, came Saturday for an overnight visit with his parents, the Lawrence Hutaclls. Larry teach- es Science In the N'ew Hampton High School. Mr. and Mrs. Ltd Stevens, Mrs. Roy Hutzell and Mrs. Clifford Skogstrom were in Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon to attend a Missionary" Study class, the first in a series of three, to be presented later at the local Metnodist church. At the same time Rev. Poland, Merle Webster, Geo. Wolf and Lyle Steele attended a Spencer district trustees meeting, ail at the Emmetsburg Methodist church. • i • ADDING MOTHER SERVICE - RENTALS To complete our real estat> service, we are adding the list- ing and showing of rental property. If you have property to rent, or wish to rent properly, con- tact ... MIDGE KUESTER, Sales PHONE 2354271 Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen spent Friday and Saturday at Ames and Des Moines and brought the latter's sister, Mrs. Bermce Seeley of Ames, home with them to remain till today. Sgt. Robert John Batt with his wife and daughter Roberta arrived Saturday evening from Fort Leonard Wood and have moved into the former Chas. Clement house on South Jones St. The sergeant is on a 30 day leave before transfer to Viet 11 Nam. His brother William is now ] i with .the Eighth Army in Korea alter settling his family in their i home on South some months ago. Woodwbrth Mr. and Mr*, tart P«ttf**n, Spirit Lake, called on the D. L. Lefferts last mid-week while enroute to Lakeland, Flofidl for their usual winter sojduro. There they rent an apartment by the year. John W. Shirley, a forftm Algona boy, and a 1932 graduate of the State University of Iowa, has been elected cuairman of the board of trustees of the college entrance examination board, which represents 1,026 institutions. John, a graduate of Algona High School, received a rn.D. degree in English at SUI in 1937. He has been provost and vice president for aca» demic affairs at the University of Delaware since 1962. His election to the examination board took place in New York City. John is tha youngest of the three children 01 the late Mr and Mrs. William Shirley and ixis father served as Kossuth County superintendent o i schoois for many years. John was in Algona in July tor the fortieth re-union of his H S Class of 1926. His brother Dr. Hale Shirley, a semi-retired physician lives at Berkeley, Calif., and their sister Pearl, Mrs. Harry Wmslow, also lives in the San ! Francisco area. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simmons,! Sunday guests of Mrs. W. A. 11 Manchester, came Saturday; Foscer were nieces and naph- > evening for an overnight visit'ews: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gitch| j with her parents, the Uon Nel-i e il; Cresco, and Mr. and Mrs. sons, and with her daughter's Harry Flower, Oelwein. family, the Jerry Cowans. >odge, also i student at Buena VisU. Mf. Brenio is an Engjish majof there and returned this "all froth t jreaf at the univer- f-romoocn. sity of Berlin, Germany. Me is KJW a senior and plans to go on .o graduate study next year. Lester Bullock will graduate in January and began an eignt week practice teaching at AUT- elia, H« is teaching math and history at the high school level. Sandra Grant, a student at Cedar Falls, and Ellen Bullock, wno teaches school at Corning, were also week-end visitors at the Bullock home. The Chester Almes. Ottosen, and Alfred Schultzes of Wmtte- more were Sunday guests of Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Rosco Schultz, of Milwaukee, Wis., came Oct. 23 lor a weeK with his parents the Frederick Schultzes . The Schultzes also had as guests Oct 24 Mrs. Mary Zoller, Memphis, Tenn., and her daughter, Mrs. George Schrader Lakota. Dawn Schuiu, Minneapolis, was also a week-end visitor. N-Wesfem 8*11 Tel. Co.. Service* Drs. Shcy 4 Gotten, \>tg £,xp. . ' 31.29 t9.Wu Burris, Sciory --- - ----- - ---- uosncrook, XJtory ----------- Kergonoe. SiJiary ____________ W.uctn, Soibry ------- ^ ---- . Sifert, 10. irate la. Mote >YnoKS«oj .__ I fee v»o«Jv ._ (.ntnito Co.. u«->c«:r a rrl. xOAD Use TAX & M Store Co., inc.. Mot. i uoour Evetds Bros. Inc., Rock Chips - Kossuth motor Co., cons BoeVelmon. So.oty ---------- ouisen, >o»ory -------------- \JOf. soior,- --------- ...... - lJ».«xj uy.»>. ia.»- 234.23 5518.55 136.1 i 16.66 ioiory ----- ------ Saiory -_'^ -------- tlbtrj, ao.ot/ -------------- vo.gt, So.or.- -------------- - .. Wii.cj, xiicry -------------Life inv. Irts. Co. of Amer., Ins. I /•>.•> 7 \,J.» 18/.JO 106.0 4/.YV Missing Heir Erie D. Raymer, Waverly, has beea lound through a television program that he is one of the missing heirs of a sizeable estate or an aunt, Mr. Raymer had been raised by his grandparents and never knew any other relatives. There are 15 other nieces and nephews whom he will soon meet. lo. broie V_omm., WnoiJ-ng __ iriisf ci Ao.nc., Per)^n..in Gombles. Bottery M.UA, Acuei Kov*utn footer Co.. ^irviLC _- N'Western deli lei. Co.. S^rv.ce Finns dokery. Mi>c. SANIfAliON Gode, Sa'ar* Courtney, bolary lo. State b*... Wfiolding inong.e Chcm. HICJUOS, Supplies S£WER RtNiAL Gronboch, Saiory - ueimte, ioury lo. State ok., Wholding lo. State Conim.. >vhoia;ng -- N'NVestern Ict.lM 3.01 16.61 Lone Rock ,%SWAM.SV.V.V.VAVUV.V Mr. and Mr*. Frank Moulton, 'Phyllis and Michael, with Mrs. iMoulton's mother, Mrs. R, O. JBjustrGm, went to Mount Vern; o.i Saturday for the annual Par! ents-' Day at CorneU College i Got. 22nd Howard McChesney, J where their daughter Susan is! Van Nuys,'Calif., had a bircn- j : a freshman. They spent the'day at tne home of Mrs. Evelyn night at Cedar Rapids, then ', Earing, with whom he is stay- drove back to attend worship j ing tor an extended visit. Otner |l service at Mt. Vernoh Methodist guests were the Woodfow Pettits, John Persons and boys, Mrs. Robert Henna, Linda and • church and again had dinner RICKLEFS & GEELAN REAL ESTATE ALGONA, IOWA together. Other Algonians there for the weekend were: Dr. and Mrs. John .Schutter who first picked up their daughter Peggy c.l Ic\va City, their son John is at Cornell; Mr. and Mrs. Max Bar- |tholomew' whose daughter Gail, a studeevt as Simpson College accompanied them to Cornell where her sister Trudie is enrolled; also Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merryman who visited their son Dan. Susan Moulton will be home for the coming weekend accompanied by her roommate . Sheryn McElroy, ; Springs. of Colorado Sally, and Mrs. Glenn Householder, and Elton and Bernard Pettit. Linda Hanna, daughter of the Robert Hannas. Lone Rock, had her 16th birthday Oct 24 wM guests Elton and Bernard Pett it, Mrs. Evelyn Earing, the Woodrow PeAuts and Peggy, Mrs. Glenn Householder, and the John Persons and boys. The Rsv. and Mrs. Albert Bullock had as recent guests^ their son Lester Bullook, stu- at Buena Lake, Richard Vista, Storm Brenzo Fort "P\etircil persons deserve'automatic increases "Children deserve the opportunity to grow info careers of their own choosing. m Social Security benefits and should be allowed to earn more than $1,500 a year without losing benefits. Your present Congressman failed to act on this. 1 would act." without having to join any organization. Your present Congressman voted to force people to join unions to hold jobs. He is still committed to repeal of the right to work law. I will vote to keep section 14-B. I am against forcing citizens into unions or any other organizations." COUNCIL -.INUTES The City Council met Oct. 26, 1966 with Aayor Finn and the tol.o^mj c-u.ic.i rr.e.-.,- ^.rs present: Muc*e,, Anoreos-n, tib.n. Cook and Miller. Absent: Peirce. Minims of last meet...g »i.re approved. Approvt'J application suomirttO oy join ; Valuer to op=rat.- a taxicob in A.go.ia. tugene Faolstich request to areci o T\ ower at 210 East Oa< and 209 S. Main <vas grantea subject to tne opprovo. of Algona Municipal Utilities and the erec- .on of the towtrs be in ocv.ordonce w.ti Zoning Ofd. requirements. George Lee, representing Herman M Srown Co.. discussed with tne Counc.l o. on End Loader that the council has se.v out for bids for the Nov. 9. council meei- "rvg. . . Applications for beer permits from the Algona Bowling Lanes, Hood's SOD r Va.u and Swonson's Stores, Inc., were granted. Applications tor cigor.ite perm,is t._n Georgia's Cafe and Swonson's Stores, Inc were grantea. Resolution approving th3 Beautificotio: Program for the City of A.gona was oJop. ed. Moved and seconded the meeting od journ. D. A. Smith, City Clerk . GENERAL Finn. Salary S 123, A, Smith, Salary 2-JS.2 Sonds, Salary 120.3 lo. State Bonk, Wholding 60.6 la. State Comm., NVholning __ 6.6 Algono Reminder, Supplies 15.3 Kossuth Co. Treos., fex 1140.0 Finn, Expenses .: 69.0 Int. Con. of Bldg., Misc. 7.5 Smith, Mileage --• 22.0 Koch Bros., Supplies & PP •» 8 li.OI Zct.uO 93. 1 b lUJ.Jc LOW 74.45 150.84 2 1 J.uo ld.>0 3.V6 11. uj lei. Co., >er.,ce RECREAllON otdndge, Saiory . 139.5'j o. State bonk, Wholdrn^ I0.lt a. State Comm., Wnolding _- 2.09 vl'Western 8eil icl. Co., s^rv.ces -».o3 verds Bros. Inc., Ke^urfoctrvg _ 450.tA/ Vallace i Holland, Services -- 672.34 Deo t bCrvV IWC o. Des Moines Nat. Sk., Bonds 9000.00 Dov. Bk. & Trust Co., Inrereit - 3-V.O^ City State Bk.. Interest 2i7.b^ PARKING \VEUR Groen, Salary 197.7. sounolz, Sa.ary 43.-; a. State bk., Whold^ng 2?./. a. Stoti: CouitTi., Vv'nolo.nj 3.11 'rust and Agencv, ,P_r»».on 2.j Algona ReTv.nJir, Pr.nt.ng 15.3b Published in :he A;cona Ko»sur( County Advance, Algona, Iowa, DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad So beautiful it causes talk... TELEPHONE Everyone who sees the graceful new Trimline pfionf^ wants to make a call on it—and no wonder! The dial is right in the sculptured handset... nestles in your palm for easy calling. Order your new Trimline phone now. Just call the telephone business office or asK your telephone man. /2\ «• • ' « .. Northwestern Bsl This team is determined to 1 r 1 "Your present Congressman stood aside as anti-poverty money went to highly paid bun'iiucrat'i. I would insist that it go to the needy, not the greedy," WILEY MAYNE CONGRESSMAN Representing YOU is the MAYNE Idea I! ' 1 MPUBt Wiley Mayne is a recognized community leader. He was born in Sanborn, attended college on a scholarship and entered law practice at only $100 a month. Wiley Mayne deals every day with problems of Sixth District residents — businessmen, farmers, educators, workingmen, young people, home makers, retired. This is why Wiley Mayne is best qualified to speak for/ you in Congress. Vote for Wiley Mayne on Nov. 8. '"Your present Congressman has voted willy-nilly for wasteful spending, but did nothing to protect the family-size farm. He was silent when the Administration depressed farm prices and, accused farmers of causing inflation. I would not tolerate this." Mayne For Congress Committee, RgbV. Gibson, Treas. MILLS SVNHORST SMITH MURRAY AWTRY LIDDY TURNER BILL MURRAY for Governor Max Milo Mills for Lt. Governor Melvin D. Synhorst for Sec. of State Lloyd R. Smith for Auditor Dale Awtry for Treasurer L. B. Liddy for Sec. of Agriculture Richard C. Turner lor Atty, General VOTE By NOT using big taxes to build a big surplus, and by streamlining Iowa government to save £10 million a year. By leading the legislature toward sound programs that accomplish the goals lowans seek, not extravagant schemes. By using his many years of experience as Secretary of State to provide topnotch service at low dollar cost. By employing qualified accountants to work with uniform accounting procedures where possible in state, city and school audits. By keeping Iowa tax money in Iowa, where it will stimulate the Iowa economy through reinvestment. By employing trained, professional specialists to efficiently serve lowans and encourage close farm-industry cooperation. By not using his office for expensive, politically motivated legal actions, such as opposing subdistricting. IT'S A REPUBLICAN YEAR AND SAVE YOUR MONEY Republican §tat$ Central Committee, RobeU Ray, REPUBLICAN

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