Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Cub awards are presented atSweaCity Swea Eagle—Cub Scout Pack 53 met Oct. 26 at the Swea City gym. Cub master Rev. Julius Peterson was in charge. Den 4 had the flag ceremony. Singing followed with Den 1 leading Den 3 had a skit, and Cub master Peterson presented awards. Mark Peterson, a gold arrow; Craig Dentje, wolf badge and gold arrow; Larry Sanftner, gold arrow and 1 silver arrow these three boys recently had their Oth birthday and received books. Bobcat pins went to David Maus, Brian Wasmann, and Jerry Wegcner. Den 4 retired the colors. Den 5 led the boys m several games. Roger Linde then sihowed a film on his trip to South America. The next Pack meeting will be Nov. 16 instead of Nov. 23. The Everett Rippentrops and Evelyn were Sunday guests at the Gene Rippentrop's, Truman, Minn. The Homor Hemriksens and Dwayne Rippentrops, Ringsted, and the Gene Ripentrops, were at the Everett Rippentrops that evening. Mrs. Walter Magnuson went by bus to Deuudr, Calif., to her daughter, the Everett Hennetts, to meet another daughter, Sharon, who was to drive back to Iowa. Weather forecasts were for local weather in the mid-west states and she was uncertain about taking the drive alone. They arrived at \WiLter M,agn,u- ,son's Tuesday and Sharon visited her parents until Friday, when she left for Minneapolis, where she has a position in, the lab for the same doctors she worked for before going to California some months ago. The Dan VonBanks, wers Sunday visitors at the Jack Reecas Mrs. Clarence Lehse, Fair morat, took Mrs. Tony Lsilisa, Swea City, to the University hospital, Iowa City, for x-rays. They —'lA 0 ™ 5 * tlm!e *>*», returning Friday. Mrs. Lehse will have to have more x-rays taken after another week. The Mae McKeighans, Billings, Mont., spent 5 days recently, visiting her sister, the Darrel Newtons, and another sister, the Seis Meyers of St. Peter, Minn, Swea Harrison Homemakers will join Eagle Homemakers at Mrs. Jim Rock's Nov. 15, for a special meeting. A feature will be Christmas gilt ideas. Members are asked to bring homemade gifts to display at the meeting. Weekend guests at the Cecil Tnoreson's were their daughter, the Willis Bahmanns and 'i'odd, their son Paul, college student, Ames, and -Mrs, Thoreson's mother, Mrs. Minnie Jensen, Algona. Other Sunday guests were the Chris Bahmanns, Ceylon, Minn., Everett Jensens and Cynthia, Lake City, and another daughter, Mrs. John Anderson and Bob, Lohrville. Emil Larson entered the hospital at Estherville for major surgery and condition, is reported to be very satisfactory. His daughter, Mrs. Francis Terirte, las been making frequent trips to sec him. ATTEND WEDDING The Francis Terines and Larry were guests at the wedding of Susan Studer, daughter of the Herman Studers, Slierburn, Minn., and Robert Nagel, Bakersfield, California, son of the Howard Nagels, Sherburn, at St. Luke's Catholic church, Sherburn, Oct 29. He recently graduated from barber school at Bakersfield, and they will return there to live. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Swea City Woman's club met at Mrs. Mervin Johnson's. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson gave the lesson on the Tama Indians. They also discussed a civic project. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery attended the Christian Workers school at Emmetsburg Sunday and in the evening attended the school at Spencer. The Virgil Tokheims, Mrs. Man Berkum and Rev. Maus attended the after noon school. AS LITHE AS... 6,00/6.50 x 13 tubelesi blackwall $1.91 F«d. Ex. Tax and old \\n GETS YOU A BRAND NEW, QUALITY BUILT GOODYEAR WINTER TIRE Sure-GripTires with 3-T nylon cord and extra- mileage Tufsyn rubber Low prices on all sizes! Take your pick — you never pay more for Goodyear Quality! •|siza shown also replaces size in parenthesis 'plus tax and old tire EASY TERMS I FREE MOUNTING! "No limit" Guarantee! CUAMNTEE - No limit on monlhs . No limit on miles • No J • for Ihe c.,1,.0 i,>, ol ,h e ,,„„ f AM N Coodjt ., r Au ,° n worknuiikli.p ana mjlcrials and normil load hdJd.us ex. uw«l on Lucks J.c c.Uudtd Itom Ing road h"nrd pwl'o'n of . COOOYCAB NATION WIDE "NO LIMIT Tm c«i 1hi% dr,i 1 la uiaUi • Ma h it delci u Aulo l<ru .ii wd nt:« on < oe* ti>e l.jsud on '" New city truck .,' , ' •*•**. PICTURED ABOVE is the newest addition to the fleet of five trucks in the electrical department of Algona Municipal Utilities. This vehicle, referred to as a hydraulic aerial basket, will be used for working on electrical wires and for trimming trees. The boom or elbow rotates 360 degrees and the bottom of the boom is insulated from the truck to - prevent x the workmen from electrical shocks. The equipment was purchased from a fir,m in Omaha and the truck from Taylor Motor Co., Algona. Two special features .which may'be added as n9eded are a hydraulic chain saw and a "limb lopper" which enables the department to saw up to 3 inch limbs. Glenn's Studio Photo. Hilton Sinclair Service GQQPYEAR TIRES — SINCLAIR PRQPI.ICTS Chemical way to control the elm disease Chemical protection to control elm bark beetles is one of the best methods to prevent Dutch elm. disease. DDT and msthoxychlor used in spraying and Bidrin used as a systemic injection can coritro! the beetles that carry the disease and can greatly reduce its incidence, says Harold Gunder son, extension entomologist a^ Iowa State University. DDT should be applied in the fall after the leaves have fallen Or mathoxychlor can be appliec in the spring before the trees bud out. In a chemical contro program, a mist blower or a hy draulic sprayer should be used to apply these chemicals. For the mist blower, mix 50 gallons of 25% DDT or 25% methoxy- chlor emulsifiable concentrate with 50 gallons of water. Then, apply 2 to 3 gallons of the spray per. tree' If a hydraulic sprayer is used, eight gallons of the same solution of DDT or methoxychlor should bs mixed with 92 gallons of water. Approximately 15 to 20 gallons of this solution should be applied per tree. DDT is more toxic to wildlife than methoxychlor, but it's less expensive, and longer lasting on the bark, says Gunderson. Sprays should be applied only when trees are barren of leaves, when temperatures are above 32 degrees, and when wind currents are less than five miles psr hour. If property owners don't want to spray, they can have Bidrin applied. It can ba applied only by persons trained and licensed in its use. It has the advantages of no. hazard to wildlife, less influence from bad weather and no requirement of exensive application equipment. However, Bidrin is effective for only 30 days after injection so timing is important, Gunderson adds that no mat ter what chemical control meth od is used, it is important to do an adequate job so the beetles will be killed and Dutch elm disease can be controlled. Three county teacher group has meet here The Algona' Education Association was host recently to a sub-district conference for teach ors representing Kossuth, Winn ebago, and Hancock. This was •the first meeting in the history of the ISEA- Purpose was to allow officer; of local education associations committee chairmen and com mittee members to have smallei groups for discussion and less travel distance. Those who at tended could participate active ly and to meet personally mem hers of the Iowa State Education Assn. staff and the district Ex equtive board. Elgin Allen, member of the district executive board, and John Vint, local education asso'C- atiqn president were in charge of arrangements for the meat- i*g in the high school annex at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31. After greet ings by Mr- Allen a.nd MX. Vimt, Kathryn Sorensen, local guidance counselor and member of \ tile stale committee on professional rights and respotts4bili i ties, gave information and suggestions for local committees in this area. Duiane Lodge, member of the ISEA staff* talked on current legislative activities and expi&in* ed procedures to be followed in the coming weeks. Neil Curtis, field service representative, explained services avail a ble through ISEA for leaders, committee chairmen, individual members. Discussion groups followed. ,n addition to Mr. Lodge and Mr. Curtis, discussion leaders were Bill Pritchard and Duane Selmer, members of the ISEA staff; Dale Mulford, president of the North Central District, Grundy tenter; Del Cram, district TEPS ill-airman, Humboldt; Ed Steward, member of ISEA staff; and Miss Soreuson, Algona. ! Garden club dates Holiday showing The Aigona Garden club will present a "Holiday Glitter" Show on Wednesday afternoon, Nov.. 16, from 1:30 to 5 at the Fellowship Hall o>f Trinity Lutheran church. Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Laurens, a nationally recognized authority, will judge the exhibits. There will be flower arrangements, Christmas decorating ideas, table settings, etc. At 2 o'clock, Mrs. Anderson will present her program. The Spirit of Christmas. The public is invited. There will be an admission fee of 50 cents and refreshments will be served- sulphur as a sott <rf revew* to ceftse trt drive away evil spirit*. tHUMOAY, CONTEMPORARY LOWBOY I i WM '"}\ti Priests and witch doctors of many primitive people burned Tli« ATHCRfON ... Strltt GH-6S6 ... tSMub* (overall dlif.) 295 iq. In. picture RCA VICTOR M COLOR TV •Powerful 25,000-volt Color chassis • Rectangular RCA Hi-LiTE Color Tuba •Super-powerful New Vista VHP, Solid State UHP tuners •Automatic Color Purifier "cancels" magnetism •One-set VHP fine tuning, stay-set volume control Tom's Radio & TV "RCA TELEVISION & SERVICE" Phone 5-3260 Algona . V ass £2£S~-- » ^i -33rg«*~gS5pa.. -SB Wave at We Ford Dealers have 47 ways you can go in style this year. Fords, Fairlanes, Falcons, Mustangs, —come in and drive one! '67 Ford Galaxie 500/XL Hardtop ., '67 Fairlane 500/XL Hardtop 67 Mustang Hardtop MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET

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