Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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• '1 '! cross v One of the most pleasant' BUT- prises on this year's cross country team is junior, Bruce Sun : dot of Algona. Prior to this year k Sundet had concentrated on track where he was the third fastest miler in Luther College history with a time of 4:28.8. Out'for. cross , country for the first time, he has often finished as Luther's number two runner Behind senior tfi-captain Rolf Waingbsrg. | In last Friday's Iowa Confer- 6hce cross country meet, Sundet helped Luther win its third consecutive conference title as he finished fourth in the outstanding field of runners. His time for;the four-mile race was 21:25, only one second off his season's best time which he registered against Wartburg in a dual meet. Earlier in the season, he posted the third fastest three-mile cross; country time in Norse history is he dipped below the 16-minute barrier with a clocking of ^r Although therNoVsemarij;Taii against strong competition all year, Sundet consistantly placed high in the individual standings. His fine efforts have helped the Norse complete a fine 7-0 record with only one meet separating them from the school's first unr: defeated Across country season? *. The most important race left for Sundet is the NCAA Colleg- meet at Wheaton, Illinois on Nov. 12 which he will run in tins year for the first time. Last year Luther finished 12th race behind the outstahd 1 effort , of Gene Takle, who was ..the> national champion. Takle, \Vho graduated last spring was named to both the CoiUeg- iate and University All-American teams. This year Sundet has proved an important cog in tins squad's rebuilding. brotherhood on campus -.-, ialsoa member'of .the let- termah's club. He is the son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Sundet of Algona. ;, this week, N6V S 11 Preceding the game, the 5th and 6th adw And the 7Mi rfttd m grade boys Mil comipets in, a game starting at 7 p.m. There Witt W A. rfoof pifze giv^-ft Wty and all proceeds will be used for the, swimming pod fund. Lions club members are selling tickets. Election... (Continued ffom Page 1) office. Clara Walker, democirat, $ being opposed by Mrs. Mertie Huber, Hurt, republican, for county recorder. Mrs. Hubsr has been a bank and elevator employee, Her husband died a few years ago. She has one soft in high school. N AN INTERESTING race is the one icr county attorney .between Gordon Winikel, democrat, who Will be seeking his 6th term anid W. B. (Bing) MacDcaald, republican, a member of the SHuim- way, Kelly^A Fristedt law firm. There ire only _two supervisor contests, this, y'ear-in the First, or south Kossuth, and the Third, or east Kossuth, districts. In the ' First district incumbent Charles Plathe, democrat, is opposed by Harold. Trauger, republican, a Lu Verne merchant. In the Third district there are two new candidates., John Rode, republican, is not' a candidate to succeed himself. Earl Stott is this new republican nominee and Andrew Reising is the democrat nominee. f M gives 17 letters to Bear griiUers Seventeen , Garrigan high school football players were awarded letters last Friday by Coach "Beanie"'Cooper. He also commended his team for its fine 7-1 record' tihis year and gave special congratulations to Laketa—The National Mo Socl'dty spprisbfed, an eledio^ for grades 8 t,a 12, Friday, al the town hall. The new voting machine vvas u*ed. The eleotioii showed a definite republic art trend, and was reported by th£ school paper as follows: Governor—Murray over Hugh* es 78-60. Senator—Miller over Smitlft 99-56. Lieiit.-Gov.—Mills over Fult» on'68-d3. Sec. of State 1 —Syrihorst over Doyle 67-65. ; St.-Treas—Awtry over F'ram? zettiburg 78-61. ". St. 'Auditor — Wortihingtorf over Smith 99-82/ Sec. Agriculture—Liddy ove^, Owens 90-62. Attorney General — Turned over Scalise 83-55. Congress—Mayne over Greigg Corvapteins Diclc Muller and Bill Redingv'for, their leadership. Awarded letters were, seniors Mike,"Grotty;• Wayne Frideres, Mark tOostz, Steve Kallascti, Co-oaptains Dick Midler and Bill Reding, Bob Schmitt, J i m Ybungwirth and Jack Dahlhauser; juniors Dave McCarthy; Jack Muller,''; Kevin O'Brien, Jerry Plathe and- Bill Richter; sopho- imbres T^ont ;,Blapk and John Winkel and trainer Dan Owens. Minbr:': awards 'were, given .to Bob Benstehlehner, senior; Mike Welp, Jim Lallier, John Mertz and JWike Schiltz, juniors; and sophomore Jim Boudewyns plus manager Pat Scniltz. BenitfH baskelball 'gam it THoaka , The^Titonka Lions club will play the Titonka school faculty in thejr annual fund-raising THE POLLS WILL OPEN at 8 a.m. amd close at 8 p.m. in Kossuth. It is 'anticipated the new voting machines will make for faster and easier voting. All election officials^ are being briefed on voting procedure to be able to give help to anyone unfamiliar with the machines. Also on the machines is the non-partisan vote for state supreme court justices. The voter indicates whether they should be retained in office, and all have bsen endorsed by the state bar and other associations. The voter is also asked to vote on a constitutional amendment ~,yes or no. All the amendmsmt doss is to change iha effective date of new laws from July 4 to July 1. All recommendations are for a yes vote on this proposi- tion.' '••: •'- ..' '..'.. .', 103-65., County treasurer— Jorgemson over Voigt 81-80. ' • Couttty RetOfder— HUber over Walter 86-59.1, , . County Attorney-xMacDonald over Wittkel 98-M. Supervisor-^Scott over Reising 1441, . , ^ f (,U / J I School play at ftltS this Saturday night * i ' v -' " The Algeria School Work begins on i' v . new " If store for Algona!! Hog hcuw lire Sund'et is active in the Tri basketball game Saturday nighit THE IOWA BANK AND The SECURITY STATE BANK WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY, NOV. 11th In ObMrvaiict Of VETERAN'S DAY Regular Banking Hours Will Prevail Saturdays From 9 a.m.—12 Noon Monday—Friday 9 a.m.—3 p.m. A hog house on the Lawrence Loeschen farm southeast of Titonka was damugsd by fire last. Monday about 2 p.m. The Titonr ka . fire department was called but the flames were well under control when the firemen arrived. The blaze apparently started from a short in the wiring to an electric hog waterer, in one cornr er of the structure. A large hole was burned in the floor and there was some damage to the walls. ':"•'..' work on the upcoMng prociuc- fib'it of "ttWr Town", % fhotil- tort Wilder, 'life cast, includes: bean er, Les Braun, Tofil Tftyldr, wu Fafithani, Rcsamary^ Buliook, Margaret "tftt,* Cave " Berber ( Marcy Moert, Kirtl Sbrtitskefj Virginia Klein, Mike Dailey, Chris Cdfttl, DOrtfla Fishef, Craig JOMENSON raft COUNTY TREASURER VOTE POR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Pafd Political Ad Footings are poured; and work will begin soon on the main structure of the now 100 x 80'. metal building to be leased to the local ('BIG BSAR'^etei I ; »tor*,jrv Algona, The building it located just west of the Pour Corners 'north of Algona — stop by and watch work progress this winter. Steel will be on the site within'10 days and erection will follow shortly. Steel and erection are being furnished by the Taylor Implement Co. of Algona — "Your Town and Country Store"; for commercial and farm buildings.. ^ ; Taylor Implement "Your Grain Harvesting and Drying Headquarters" South Phillips Street • ALGONA PUBLIC AUCTION of Country Store, Station And Modern Home Having d««id«d to quit businttt, I will hold • public auction cf our personal property at th« prtmliM located; two mil** north of St. Jo« or 8 milts south of Aloona or 11 miles cast of W«t Btnd on Highway No. lof, on: Saturday, Nov. 12, 1966 SALE TIME 1:00 P.M. STORE ITEMS ANt) STATION EQUIPMENT National Cash R«fiit*> Sanitary Moat Sl|c«r 5anitarv 24 Lb. Seal* Tvlar M<Mt CooUr Scha«f«r Fi-owor L»ro«-^ii« Cooltr Victor t-Catt Pop Cooler 4 Sh«|f Display Counttr 4 Bar Stools Glov* Rack and Gloves Bread Rack Coats Tire Chan9*r Air Compressor, 2SO Ibs., like now 6 New Tirol COSMETIC COUNTER AND LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COSMETICS COMPLETE UNE OF GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS 1951 CHEVROLET SCHOOL BUS in A-l Shape TERMS: CASH. No Property Removed Until Settled For Not Responsible for Accident*. ThU fait will be sold by the number syttem ; so be there early to register your name and address. Legal Description: Part of S. W. '/< of Section 13 Range 94 About 1% acres more or less. Description of Property: This is a completely modern l'/ ? stpry 7 room home, with fpyr bedrooms and full bath. The store building i« 19 1 y 34' with a double garage W y W With ovfrhead do*r f . Also a tool shed §' « \gr. All buildings have asphalt shingles «nd in good repair. TERMS: 20% down day of «ale, Bjlific* dut on or before De<*mb«r 31, 196$. POSSESSION December 31, 1966. E. J, "%$" KollltCh, R*n«Wr»ect,Algoni;l,yle IWnsen. Rlngsted — Aueiionetrs NOV. l'£ »3iW'& m ' '". "' school a'udltofkim. tiam, Ruth „_ , ikef f Jeff Gilmote fS Tim Clark BUI BUrt> MJg Jdh&, ridgd Jeff Allen, CrU Bj -,--»-- Jalfe Pfa^f, Pit' GrCgjon, Becky Hemmij»gson,.Doi»na Kenyon, Rosemary Penderg,a£it, Branda SJogren, Jim Utt, Mary Wittf&tt. . J * The play will be presented, DIAMOND'S Per All Your Cold Waather Needt,' P.S. — We have JACKETS Too! »ee»«»e»e««e»e«eeee*eeee»»ee» Here Is a Ticket for ALL lowans D HAROLD E. HUGHES FOR GOVERNOR D ROBERT FULTON FOR LIEUTENA^T-GOVERNQR D MICHAEL DOYLE FOR SECRETARY OP STATE D LAINE WORTHINGTON FOjR STATE AUDITOR n PAUL FRANZENBURG FOR STATE TREASURER D KENNETH OWEN FOR SEC. OF AGRICULTURE P LAWRENCE SCALISE FOR ATT^RNEY-GBNERAL The accomplishments of the Hughes Team are so Well known there is no need to repeat them here. The Hughes Administration has been like a breath of fresh air. , " .. Iowa needs the Hughes Team if she is going to continue to compete with her sister states.' • ;- ' ' . .' . •• .''•-'._ "• • • ; . •'•••' • HELP IOWA GROW — VOTE FOR THE HUGHES TEAM PUBLIC SERVANTS WHO DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO BE RE-ELECTED D MANCIL HURLBURT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE It does not make much sense to ask Governor Hughes to lead Iowa into the future unless we also elect Legislators who will help him and support his programs for a better Iowa. •••'.:. •'•: ;.": : ..:" . '\---.':^\ i;'-.:.. ; : ; : .•'•• ^ Don't send men to Des Moines who oppose everything that Harold Hughes stands fbir. ''' ' .:' •-•;• •,:,', •/ ... .,.••'•.• . ' . • • ' •' • D E. B. SMITH FOR U. S. SENATE > E. B. Smith's opponent has opposed the Feed Grains Program, Investment Tax Credits and other progressive legislation that pumps vigor Into the economy of Rural America. ... '"' ; -...-. . ; '',•'.•.''/•• ,...•• . '/, D STANLEY L. GREIGG FOR CONGRESS Few Freshman Congressmen have boen able to match Stan Greigg's record. No on* could have foreseen that in two years this energetic young man would com- bin* total attention to his job (95% attendance record — Member of House Agricultural Committto — Author of Important Farm Legislation) with such personal dedication to his people (almost 60 trips back to NW Iowa — 2 trips through Kossuth County in the past two weeks). PUBLIC SERVANTS WHO DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO BE REFLECTED (3 GORDON L. WINKEL FOB BOUNTY ATTORNEY D CLARA WALKER FOR COUNTY RECORDER P ROSELLA VOIGT FOR COUNTY TREASURER (H CHARLES PLATHE FOIt SUPERVISOR d ANDREW REISING FOR SUPERVISOR ,^^ Experience cannot be bought. Most paoplt egroo that our county officials have boon doing their job wall. No on* has suggested any valid reason why they have net earned another term. Their stewardship hat been efficient and economical and their devotion to duty is known throughout the county, They have been courteous, firm and fair, If you want continued good govern* ment at the local Uvel, return these people to office. _ PUBUC SERVANTS WW DO THEIR JOB WELL DESERVE TO RE RE-ELEOTED * We Say Keep the Hughe* Team Together * We Say Keep The Courthouse Team Together * We Say Keep Iowa Moving Ahead VOTE DEHOfilATIO AND - r * ^f * ^™ ^WUWWi •W^^^T^^I *P IP^P ^WPWUBr {,-_•. IY KQISUTH COUNTY OfMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE

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