Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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*^..— ^^^^^^ Bulldog Tales i by Cathy ChrUchilles ,Jj««t vWednesday, a busload of P.T.Ai's went to EsthfcrVilie Jim- i<tt"College to attend Prospective TeflCJters' Day. They left at'8:15 aJto. £md returned about 3:30. Lectures were given, throughout the dfty on various teaching carters. Their sponsor, Miss Sorensen accompanied them on the trip,, ; * * * /Last week tlie members of Future Homemakers of America wfent x>ut trick and treating, 'but iwit for candy. They collected $140,00 for UNICiEF. '•> . ; , * * •* Balls are bouncing and hands slipping, for it's that time of'the y^ar again. Basketball and wrestling Started.last week "for many of the A.H.S. boys. * * * (Computers ate taking over in tlie world and have finally hit AJH.S. The Student Council will sponsor a computer dance in everything goes according to plan. There !is a place to sign your "name and if there is one hundred or more signatures, then we receive questionnaires. You fill out the questionnaires and send it in. These are in a computer ahd your perfect mate in, A.H.S. is found. Then there will be a dance where you receive your number 'Bind be matched with your mite. As I said before, if everything goes according to plan it may prove to be an interesting evening! * * * "I like No. 1, no, No. 2 is neater." Arguments similar to these were heard among the juniors at A.HiS. last week When the class -ring samples arrived. Voting for the class ring model was done Thursday noon and the rings will arrive some time next year. Safely lessons for school patrol School "Safety Patrol" youngsters in Algona were <given a special training course last we&k by Wilson R. Morrison, Traffic Safety Consultant 'for the AAA Motor Club of- Iowa. Participating schools were St. Cecelia's, Bryant, Barfcha Godrey and Lucia Wallace. Assistant fire chief talks at Good Samaritan Assistant fife chief Chester WiHey gave instructions at the Good Samaritan 'homes Thursday On how to evacuate patients quickly and with no discomfort to the patients. The main thing Stressed'was that the patients be placed near the places of exit So that 'the men would not have to waste valuable' time going down corridors or to rooms to get the patients unable to walk. The bed patients would be placed on stretchers, carried down, anil an ample supply of blankets should bfe on hand for their protection. Workers at the homes are acquainted with the use of the fire extinguishers which are always in place alt the most available places and from time to time: inspection has been made to see that they are in working order and: kept where instructions have been, given for the positions. A County Firemans Association has been organized and the first meejting was held Thursday at Lakota. council at 25 school parlay Trove/ing to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY Whtra fh* Tww CiliM MMt The Junior High student council members and theii; Advisor, Arthur Otedh, attended the Annual convention of the North Centrai District Junior High Student Council Conference at tiockford, torn, Thursday, Oct. 27. The theme of the convention was "Let's Make Decency Popular". Approximately tWenty^ffive schools represented by some 150 students were-in attendance The featured speaker of the first general session was U.S. Representative H. R. GroSsiyHe spoke on "Ethics" in politics. This was followed by a twenty minute period during Which Students questioned Mr. Gross. Also, during the First General Session campaign speeches were given 'for District offices. 'Scott Buchanan and Mike Moultpn were candidates for District Vice President and Treasurer^ The final part of the First leneral Session consisted of various discussion groups presenting panels concerning jun- or high student life. Five ittem- tjers of Algona Junior High Council presented a panel on 'Student Orientation". The moderator for the. panel was Jon Sjogren. Members of the panel were Carole Smith, Lynn, Erickson, Ann Taylor, and Vicki Anderson. The Second General Session was a business meeting presided over by District President James Poulos of Mason City. Voting results were announced and new officers were installed. The new president is Tom Brandt of Webster City. Algona's Council consists of MOTOR LODGE TAKE YOUR PICK 2 FAK6US RESTAURANTS 'AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES-MR. JOE'S ind INN OF THE BLACK KNIGHT* 2 SWIMMING POOLS - Indoof Htittd Pool/lirfr Outdow'Pool Mid Pllit • 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS AND WITES-MTAir-Conditionid •«•«• 4 IV. Sfngtes~$9.75 ChltdfM Doubles-$12.7S I Under 14 Twins-*14.75 I FREE It MEETING end IANQUET ROOMS to,ewommodile.|rcup> ( »» to 600. <,,. : I Hunt ((12) MMMI 'Hi HfRKCI IOCA1ION WEE: USE COUPON FOR FOUOWINa KT, • WM«M to IMwiity « ftlii «H St PM! am- Cwkr M< HtMlM, Suit* MM CMtW IMI OHic* MMIwji. MIDWAY LODGES GUEST SERVM 1975 UNIVERSITY AVENUE ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA 55105 . Gentlemen: PlMse send tilt D Mldwtjr Meter Ledce a Twin Meier Hetel Brochure Q IriTemiiUen en thlnge to * eee to the Twm Cittet Menu • ' ' ' Address . : ' , Stete i'lM-IM-mrMft-y.tTti'i frier ft OefcjenHr'iMHi. it Part, MM. |MO* AUCONA (Iowa) M6NBAY, NOV. 1, 1966 -5 City, ' Lawrettce Mfc —"•••' SchMtts. the following 7th graders: Scott Buchanan, Mike Moulton, Jim Pergande, Barb Harris, Lisa Peter, Allan Ruhnke, and Elana Franco. Eighth grade members are Bob Stillman, Jon Sjogreii>, Rick Nielsen, Ann Taylor, Lynn Erickson, Carol Smith, and Vicki Anderson, Bob Stillman is the Council President. Livermore man married at Forest City Roberta L. O'Donnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O'Donnell, Forest City, and Robert G. Lenertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lenertz, Livermore, were married Oct. 15 at St. James Catholic church, Forest City. Father Ivan Boyd officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. .Maid of honor was Marguerite O'Donnell, sister of the bride, of Omaha. Bridesmaids were Mrs. David. Lee, sister of the bride, Ladysmith, Wis., and Mrs. Dar- eald Henry, sister of the groom, Hoven, S. D. Best man was Thomas Reding, Livermore. Groomsmen were Donald Wagner, Bode, and Ivan Larson, Ames. Ringbearer was Steven Gjiure, Minneapolis. Flower girls were Jackie and Cathy Lee, Ladysmith, Wis., nieces of the bride. Ushers were Donald Henry, of Hoven, S. D., and Roger Koehler, Rudd. Following the ceremony, a dinner for 150 was served at Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs. Ted Wagner, Livermore, cut the cake. Out of town guests came from South Dakota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Minneapolis, Minn., Cedar Rapids, Grinnell, Des Moines, Mason City, Livermore, Lu- Verne, Bode, and California. The bride is a secretary for Marquette National Bank, Minneapolis. The groom is a graduate of Buena Vista college and is a bank examiner for the state of Iowa. *; „ Lone Rock The Henry DSlgafds, and Bunny Thomas of Forest Lake, Minn,, and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, were weekend guests at the A. A. Krueger's for Mrs. Dil gard's and Kermit Krueger's birthdays. Mrs. Jess Blanchard spent Thursday through Saturday in Des Moines, visiting her parents, the H. K. Drowns. The Leo Ramuses visited the Ed Moores, Altdona, Saturday and Sunday. The Mick Doocys and Linda were Sunday guests at Palmer Jensen's at Bancroft. Two Lone Rock women, entered St; Ann hospital last week, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and Mrs. Jack Quinn. The Henry Schroeders, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Kate Schroeder and Art Schroeder, Algona, went to Sioux City to visit the Henry Schroedcr's son, tihe Laverne Schroeder. Laverne teaches in North Jr. high, and had some part in the schools plani ning and designing a postage stamp that celebrated its issit ance last week. The stamp is an American Flag that says Soldiers We Appreciate You. It was one year in. the planning, and the students and teachers of North Jr. high did it. The Schroeders stopped enroute to Sioux City to visit the Christ Wieners, Hinton. The Clifford Muellers and Donald, Gary, and Karen, Stan ley, Wis., .were week-end guests at Ed Blanchard's. They visited PUBLIC and >/4 mile south of Bancroft on: Ai i have deeldtd to quit farming/1 w»!l hold i . on th« farm located Vi m!U north «nd 2 rtilU* *att north of Lone Rock or from Burt, 3 milts wt»» on blacktop and 1% m!l« north or 4 mil** MMffh and other friends and relatives in the area including Mrs. Ruth Mueller family, Ringsted, the Louis Muellers, Whitteimore, and A. D. Newbroughs. Other weekend visitors at Ed Blanchard's were the Delbert Blanchards and Kenneth Mueller, Cedar Falls, the Eugene > Blanchards, Spencer, Laverne Smiths, Swea I PUBLIC AUCTION DO Friday, November 11 —1 P.M. Sharp Before moving to our new location I will sell the following items across the road from Weiden- hoff Corp.. or just east of Ernie Williams' John Deere store, east of Algona on Hwy. 18. Algonans are home from Europe tour Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer returned last week from a two weeks tour of Italy, Switzerland, and Germany sponsored by the"' Notre Dame Dads Club of Milwaukee, Wis. In Rome they had n audience with Pope Paul and ttended the dedication of the ew Notre Dame sisters Ge<n.- rlate by Cardinal O'Conner, to fhich their three daughters be- ong. They also toured Assisi, Florence, Bologna, Padua, Pisa, Venice, Lucerne and Munich. 1—5 horse De Walt saw, 16" blades, complete with table, never been outside, A-l. 1—I-XL 7' kitchen cabinet sink base and cabinets above, brand new. 1—6 drawer steel desk, like new. 1—2-sack C.M.C. cement mixer. 1—Batcher. 2—Power bugges. 1—25' belt conveyor on rubber and electric motor. 1—Ford dozer blade. 2—10' wagon water tanks, near new. 10—16'6" creosote post. 4 Cases Quick Set locks and bath room accessories. 3—24"x20" combination windows. New Solar doors, 3'0"x6'8" and 2'8"x6'8". Steel roofing, new. Miscellaneous Hardware 5—2,000 Ib. chain hoist and A frames, complete. NEW BOLTS — WASHERS SPADE & SHOVEL HANDLES Some Hand Power Tools Used Ladders ft Plumbing Tools Turn Bueklos, new. Eleo. Paint Sprayer, complete. TRUCKS 1—1956 CHEV. 2 T., A-l. 1951 G.M.C. IV-z T., good shape DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad Thursday, Nov. 10 SALE TIME 1.00 P.M. 37 - HEAD Of LIVESTOCK -37 INCLUDING EIGHT AYRSHIRE COWS — Cow No. 1, Sally, due Nov. 10, 3rd calf; Cow No. 2, Penny, due Jan. 12, 4th c4lf; Cow No. 3, Queen, fresh Oct. 16, 5th calf; Cow No. 4 t Mae, fresh July 30, 2nd calf, Bred back; Cow No. 5, Nellie, fresh Aug. 14, 2nd calf, bred back; Cow No. 6, Cindy, fresh Aug. 13, 1st calf, bred back; Cow No. 7, Freckles, fresh July 4, 4th calf, bred back; Cow No. 8, Kate, fresh June 2nd, 2nd calf, bred back. Above cows.will be TB and Bangs Tested. 2 Yearling Heifers, open; 1 Short Yearling Heifer, open; 1 Bull Calf. i •(, HOGS — 7 Purebred Duroc Sows, bred to Purebred Dtiroc boar.. Due to farrow last part of Nov. or first part of Dec. Vaccinated and Tested. 17 Feeder pigs, 75-100 Ibs. 1 Purebred Dtiroc boar. • **.-'* MACHINERY — 1954 John Deere 60 Tractor, live hydraulic and PTO; 1951 John Deere B Tractor, 'complete with John Deere 2-row cultivator; 1949 M-M R Tractor, starter, hydraulic and PTO, with 2-row cultivator ahd cylinder/John Deere 4-row cultivator, quick tach, 21 sweeps. John Deere 490 corn planter with fertilizer, A-l shape, always been shedded; John Deere. 15' disc; John Deere manure spreader; John Deere running gear, new tires; Case A6 combine with water-cooled engine; M-M 2tfow corn picker, "rear elevator; IHC No. 45 baler, A-l shape, always been shedded; 'IHC 3-14" plow; IHC binder-windrower; IHC endgate seeder; Kelly Ryan 10' tandem disk; Kewanee 4-section drag and steel.folding evened; M-M 7' tractor mower; John Deere 4-bar side rake;i Oliver 4-row rotary hoe; Mounted 6-row sprayer and hand boom; Ottawa lost hole digger with 6" and 9" augers, John Deere mountings; iorn steel flare box; Case gear on rubber; 6'xlO' barge box; John Deere 2-14" plow; Oliver 2-14" plow, Radix bottoms; flat .rack. DAIRY EQUIPMENT — Surge milker with 2 seamless buckets, pipeline for 9 cows; Westinghouse 4 can front door opening,, spray type; 6 can front door opening, spray type. ••:.-,; MISCELLANEOUS — 300 gallon gas barrel and hose; Jamesway gas brooder, 500 chick size; bale fork; hand corn shelter; 01- sen stock rake; Winters stubble turner; 10'xl2' brooder 'house; chicken nests and feeders. ?! Very few small items, so please be oniime. . USUAL AUCTION TERMS: Not responsible for accidents. No property removed until settled-for. '• KENNETH RK5HARDS. Owner »'' !•••'. Ronald Peck, 'Algona, Lyle Benten, Ringsted Lone Rock Bank Auctioneers Clerk Buildings 1—12x20, 2" floor. Theft art suitable for graineries or garages. 1—10x20,2" floor. 1—12'xl2' Quonyet ttetl door and track. 1—12'xlo' Quontet steel door and track. 1—10x18 folding partition, complete with track, good shape. 1—Combination cattle and hog waterer. Miscellaneous lumber 2" and 3", all sizes and lengths. Pile 4"—5"—6" Aluminum pipe. Several bunches shingles, various colors. A pile of fire brick. Small combination doors and windows. All sizes. Miscellaneous aeration for grain bins — several pails paint — bolt and tool bins and cabinets, all sizes — work bench and lumber bins — used doors anil windows, all sizes — many more miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. Usual Auction Terms — No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. UD ROBINSO Owner Bensen, Ringsted Ronald Peck/ Algona Auctioneers & Clerks Let the good guys protect you! DODGE TRUCK 5 YEAR/ 50 000 MILE ENGINE AND OfllVt WIN WARRANTY HERE'S HOW THIS WARRANTY COVERAOE PROTECTS YOU] Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or SO.OOf miles m 1MO hours Of epwatiM, whichever comes first, against defects in materials and workmanship and will rtplac* or rtpttr at a Chrysler Motors Corporation authorized dealer's place of business fasoliM and Perkins dlesel engines (i.e., block, heads, and internal parts), intake manifold, water pump,.flywheel, flywheel housing, clutch housing, torque converter, transmission (i.e., case and Internal parts, excluding manual clutch), transfer case and all internal parts, drive shafts, center bearings, universal joints, driving axles and differentials, and drive wheel bearings of its new Dodge trucks, provided the owner has (1) the engine oil changed and universal joints (except sealed-type) lubricated and the oil-bath-type carburetor air filter cleaned every 3 months or 4000 miles (every 2 months or 2000 miles on models 400 through 1000), whichever comes first, (2) the engine oil filter replaced and dry-type carburetor air filter cleaned every second oil chanfe. and dry-type carburetor air filter element replaced every 24,000 miles, (3) the crankcase ventilation system cleaned and serviced every 4000 miles, and (4) the transmission, transfer case and driving axle lubricants changed every 32,000 miles (every 20.000 miles o« mode!: 400 through 1000). The foregoing services must be performed more often when reasonably required due to severe dust or regular "stop and go" operation. Every S months the owner must furnish to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service and request the dealer I) certify (1) icceipt of such evidence and (2) the truck'; then currmt Mileage. (You can ted th*yV« good guy$ they all w«ar/Y\ white DODGE D-100 This famous Dodge Sweptline Pickup, like all other Dodge trucks, is protected by this exclusive warranty. PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA I '5

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