Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 21, 1966 · Page 4
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(lew) AOVANCt M0ttt*t» **" ^ Bulldo Tales O I dedicate this week's column ^ to Stev£ Claude and Rich Black. \ my publicity-seeking chemistry 3 lab partners. | ""•. ,, -. —AHS— l Last .week the freshmen andj juniors took the California Test 1 of Mental Maturity. These were given <to test thecr I.Q. —AHS— F.H.A; held its regular meeting of the month, Wednesday, after school in the-study halL The program, was a panel consisting of: Chris Conn, Dean Teoter, O^ithy Bixler, Cyndee Miller, Rev. Morz, and Mrs. Dean Taylor and they held an open discussion on morals. Afterwards a business meeting was held at which selling cookbooks and earning F.H.A. degrees were discussed. • _ AHS— 52-8 -was the score as the whistle sounded to end the game. Is it possible to only make 8 points? That> what team 11 asked themselves "af$er the- 1st round of -volleyball intramurals. Form Auctions mite Rippentrop sate, at e«nra ttocated one tttnrtilh acifi tjaa-lialf mile «ff Tflftnrifcb. Suite includes _ full Itafi> «fi mtK&EBiery, two j vance today. tractors,, Ihjuse&fjfldi furniture i and Ba»3iilflttfi«<iif. DeVries Bros. & Joftm Efcealbso,, auction- lifisHSiSa Savings Bank, in Thursday's Advance. . Bit. 1—Wendell biteworth Eaiate sale, at farm located S miles north of Swea City, then 2^4 miles west Full line of nta> chinefy, 15 hattipstUfe pigs, dark & Chirk, auctioneers; Swea Qty State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. Dec. •'*— Peter Plemel, complete closing out sale. 4 miles north, 1% miles east of Lu* Verne. Sale includes 5 tractors, complete line of farm and haying equipment. Quitin and Kleve, auctioiieers. Full details at a later date. Dt«. 8—Mrs. Arnold Danielsen farm, located four miles east of Algona. Complete closing out sale, plus 20 head of dairy cattle. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Algona, clerk. Full details of sale in the Advance soon. Dec. 8—Otto Wichtendahl Estate land sale, located 7 miles Holiday party dated Dw. 14 by St. Joe wes t and Smiles north gona Full sale details in ""» St, Joe —-CD Of A met NoV, 16 with a pot luck 6:30 dinner and reception of new members. District Deputy, Mrs, George Mo.itag, West Bend, with the of* fleers of St. Joseph's Court were in. .charge of the ritual. New members are Mrs. James Schade. Mrs. Cletus Salz, Mrs.^Harold Illg, Mrs. Dennis Holmes • and Florence McGtiife, Following the ceremonies a talk and welcome was given by the District Deputy. Mrs. Bud Mertz, West Bend, accompanied Mrs: Montag. The Court sponsored a breakfast and bake sale Nov. 20 in St. }i ; Cigars were given,.fx> the male teachers last week when our voc- ial music instructor's wife, Mrs. Gleora i had,a;baby boy. Congrai- ulations, Mr. and Mrs. Georg. ':,y' _AHS— , The mighty Bulldog wrestlers mauled, the Britt Eigles Wednesday night by a score of 23-15. The junior varsity also won by th£ score; of 33-13; Congratula tibns wrestlers and : continue down victory road. OBITUARY CORRECTION In the obituary of Peter .Besch of Algona last week, the wedding date of he and his wife, Mary Hilbert, should have bsen Jan. 24, 1905 instead of June 24, 1905. She preceded Dec. 30, 1945. him in death on Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation eers; clerk. F&B sate details in Advance today. Nov. 26—Roy Kenne closing out sale, at tarm located six miies east and % mile north of West Bend. Sale includes full line of farm machinery and 75 head of cross-bred hogs. Don Claude & Charlie Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. Full sale details in paper today. Nov. iy—Dick Gillespie Dairy Sale at' farm located one-half mile south of Lewisville, Minn. Sale includes 30 head of hi grade hobtein dairy cattle and milking equipment. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Madelia, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. Nov. 30 — Donald Smith Estate sale, at farm located 5 miles south of Madelia, Minn, and then one mile east. Sale includes big line of John Deere machinery including five John Deere tractors. Wedel & Kahler, auction eers; Farmers State Bank, Ma- Jelia, Minn., clerk. Full sale de tails in Advance soon. Nov. 30—Harold M. Sabin forenoon Dairy auction, • includ ing 34 head of holsteins ant milking equipment. Farm located 4 miles south and one west of Algona. Charley Quinn & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk/Full lUUIUIUI A ine n Remember We Are Original wood rnir<ving by B. BtUsHl-Smllli Is it not fitting that in this Thanksgiving season—so reminiscent of our origins—we ( should be mindful of our heritage and the trust it imposes on us? Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully ln*yr«d to $15,000 Save from the 15th—Earn from the 1st _^$INCJ 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ^ ^ i All Savings Accounts insured up to $ 15,000 by the Federal^ Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Ad . Joseph's School Hall with half the proceeds given to the Bish ops Charities. Officers and past grand re- Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw gents are invited to a Guest AHS honor roll ALGONA HIOH ICHOOL HONOR MOLL First Owarter Seftli>rv~fitii Boldfidge, Tom Claude, dtfU Cotm, Cf*ig Espe, Dennis Oeorg. David Oerber, Roger Menneke, Merlyn Metzger, Dentil* Miller, Don Riedinger, J*rM9 Schutter* Tom Snydei, Steve Wallet, I Johnson, Diane Alien, Dart* Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Jane Fraaer, Sandy Harmes, Becky Hemmingsen, Donna Kenyan, Barbara Knudsen, Valor* Kueck, Kathy Mora, Marianne Ostwlnkle, Susan Rente, Connie SchuRz, Carol Sloniker. : Juniors—Jeff Allen, Steve Anderson, Jim Jorgenson, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger, Robert Sigsbee, Torn Jones, Virginia Deal, Wendy Gardner, Debbie Keltey, Beverly Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Mr. Night Nov. 28 at 8 o'clock West Bend. The Court discussed^ and plans to assist with securing a part time certified remed* ial reading teacher for St. Moulton, Linda Ross, Judy Scob- Sophomores—Phil Bode, Sergio Fcbles, Jay Coving, Male . j *• . ..,-... Joseph's grade school. Lecturer, and Mrs. Lee Wilhams |MrSi Davld McGuire spoke on simHav vioitino thoir ann- A r,.^-,- Wv :, ^ r • •• :', spent Sunday visiting their son A CaHiolic Dauahter .,'"•' I - and.family, Mr and o Mrs Gary.; The annual Christmas party ; |f!«. Villiams at Cedar Rapids and' **—-' Mioliael Williams at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will spent Sunday with his son and family, " and Mrs. Curtis Will at At- anta. Jerry Brockman, who attends owa State University at Ames, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Laura Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mrs. Marion Nail. James W. Sloter, of Forest City, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sloter has purchased the service station and bulk oil business property of the Blue and White One Stop from Carl Nelson in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Oltjen of Creston, Nebraska visited Tuesday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw. Mrs. Norman Peterson returned to her home from the Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leslie of Auburn .visited Friday and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner. They also visited *Mr. and Mrs. Lyte -Wig? ness at .Forest City. Jean and Connie Weber, spent the weekend with their sister, Cynthia at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood left on Friday for Iowa City to visit their daughter and family, Mrs. Ray GUI. Mr. and , Mrs. Jack Camlin, Jeralyn and Janice Kraft of Renwick, Mrs. Wilma Swenson and Linda of Mason City and Mn;. Myrna Hamm and family of Eagle Grove were recent visitors of Mrs. Addie Hamm. :' ; Mrs., Wilbur Merriam entered Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt on Sunday for surgery. , Mr. Clifford Meyers is a pa- tienjt, at the. Lutheran' hospital, Fort Dodge for treatment and observation. Mrs. Rick Hauswirth and infant daughter returned to their home from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Kaulin and family of Eagle Grove visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Thronbury. Mr. Albert Merriam left Sunday for St. Clair Shore, Michigan to spend several weeks with his son and family, Jack Merriam. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and family of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, Harry Maw. On Sunday, Mr. Slack, John and Jim Maw attended the Viking football game at Minn- will be held on Dec. 14 at the regular monthly meeting with a pot-luck dinner preceding the meeting and party. A one dollar gift exchange will be held during Santa's visit. Members are to bring the coffee coupons or key strips. Betty Crocker coupons, and Gift House certificates to the Christmas party. All service boys from the parish will receive a Spiritual bouquet Christmas card so address-., es are to be given to Mrs. Damain Centgraf, Courtesy Chairman, The .Court will contribute to ;.• the "New Eyes For The utation and depends primarily on a steady flow of donated glasses. Frames of gold and silver are melted down at a. aepolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Luchsinger of Long Beach, California and Mrs. Addie Hamm were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Dee Wilhite. Dr. and Mrs. Philip of Paul- Una were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. George Gray was a Smv day dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Imlay and daughter of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family were Satur-. day night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will, Mike •and Dave, Dale Fleming and Fi-ank, of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming and family of Guttenburg, weekend Fleming jersey refinery and sold and the funds are used to buy prescription glasses through welfare departments and clinics in 90 hps,- pitals and 48 states: y New Eyes also seeks precious;, metal scrap such as real costume jewelry, discarded' er, old watches and even tures. Plastic frames are tested and Packaged for medioaTTnissioharTcsT" in parts of the world. Sister$M. Missel OSF and Mrs. John Hii- bert raesived the door prizes with Mrs. Albert Thilges receiving the Birthday gift. Marcia Reding, daughter of the Marvin Redings was 9, Nov. 15 and classmates present were Sandy Erpelding, Lyhettei TniS gas, Betty Zeller, Susan Illg, Janet Thilges, Karla Kellner; Marilyn Berte, Cindy Bormanii, Ann Kramer, Helen Thilges, Oharlene Bormann, Lori Thtitf and Marcia's grandfather, John B. Reding, The Albert Kramers, and Karen Kohlhaas with the Reding family helped. Mrs. Ray Thilges had the Faimeretes 500 club on Monday with Mrs. Tony Weydert anl Mrs. Eugene Thul guests. Receiv? ing prizes were Mrs. Milford Plathe, Mrs. Clarence Borman and Mrs. Wilford Kohlhaas. The annual Christmas party will be held Dec. 21 at Marvin KropH'i cafe in Bode. Mrs. Reinald Salz returned & Ottumwa Saturday after a visu' here with her mother, Mrs. Anna Faber, and other relatives and friends. The Pete Werlings tQok her home and spent the weekend with the Salzes. Mrs. John Becker, a patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, several weeks is now at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mrs. 0. Wagner had the R-Nu 500 club Thursday with Mrs Tony Weydert, Mrs, Ralph Reding and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving prizes. The club will have their Christmas partv Dec 18 at Peter Kirsch's. ' Mrs. Nick Bormann, Livermore, was a guest Thursday at the Five Hundred party at Mrs, John Thui's. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs: Nick Bormann and Mrs. Susie Kramer. Mrs. Tony Becker has the club on Dec. 1. Mrs. Annie Eischen, SI. Benedict, visited the first of the week with her sister, the Tony Becker Relatives and friends from here attended the wedding of Merion. Marie '"--'--• • - °- - Laird, Todd Treganza, Kathy Buchanan, Susan Dodds, Pat •Debra Huber, Rose* ison, Jean Jorgeti- Ktutsch, Kathy McBride, ^Rosemary Pendergast, Luci R^ch, Linda Schlapia, Judy Sigsbeej Kathlerine Skow t -Peggy Zittritsch. ,, •;•':,;•.. Freshmen—*Neil Anderson, Craig Carson, Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Pat Elbert, Gary Hagen, Thomas Laing, Bruce Mai^hall; Bruce Mueller, "Steven L. Schultz, Tim Schultz, Gerry Whittemore, Steve Willrett, Theresa Beaumont, Lynn Buchanan, "Julie Chrischilles, Marilyn Dau, Janice Farrow, Christine Groen, Qndi Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hix, Debbie Johnsor^, Diane Levy, lone Metzger, Marcy Moen, Dpreen Mowers, Susan Pergande, Jane Sabin, Jan Schulz, Kathy Taylor, Pamela Werts. f. JUNIOR HIGH 8th Grade—David Charles, Jim Harris, Bruce Johnson, Robert Knudsen, Ronald Medin, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, Don Sindelar, '"Jon Sjogren, Bob Stillman, Vicki Anderson, *Sher- *Marjprie Dailey, Wtttkopf, Mi 6r*dt^Richard Silyeu, fohi fturt Ricci Frambach, Edward Kttisholm; Mike Moulton, Douglas Schenck, Tom Sko Strom, Gilbert Wildili, Mark Wi Sandy Allen, *Sliarlene Carlson, Jamie Christie, Diane Daniel' sen Mary Devine, Judith, Dutton^ Sandra Faulstich, Elena Franco, Martha Gilbert, Barbara Harris, Nancy Kolp, Linda Latigman, Patrice Laerley, Ellen Metzger, Becky Meyer, Diane Moen, *Jeri Nielsen, Christal Paetz, Lisa Peter, -*Ahne Schutter, Kristi Sheakley, Jacque Taylor, Bonnie WUIrett, Ailo plates cost ctflts more All 19*7 -motor vchiclt lie•HM plattt will ce«t 25 c«nt» mor* than this year's plate*. And all vehicle registration, for the first time, will specify the color of the vehiclt. These two changes are tx- pected to cause lots of headaches for "workers in the County Treasurer/* office here and elsewhere In the state of Iowa. Licenses go on sale Dec; 1. The additional 25 cents is being charged fo pay for the cott of reflectoriied license plates. f guests home. at the Harry Jean Fleming and John Sample of Des Moines and Leonard Tebben were Sunday dinner guests. SORQPTQMIST MfiT The Soroptomist Club met at the Algona Hotel Wednesday noon. Miss Mary Alice Coady of the Fort Dodge Social Security office was guest speaker. ., of Mrs. Mildred daughter Quirk, New , Hampton, and the late Harold Qmrk and George Bormann, son of Mr S . Anna Borman, Alta Vis-fa, Iowa, and the late George Bormann, in St. Joseph Cathoic church at 10 o'clock in New Hampton. The Bormanns former St. Joe residents are EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCI Patty Smith, Wcrts, Kathy Maria EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Two imvuitf f«scnUy w«e torn? ored by their f«t»eotiVe Mittfi Lodges for attaining 30 yc*ts iugene ihd Df. Winlred , were presented teftifi- ' " ^ THANKS6WINQ LIMIT OF 3 — IF ORDERED BEFORE 5:00 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 22nd I 120 E. State Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5213 Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE . MIDWAY Wh«r« Mi* Twia Cilitt MM» MOTOR fiu! ns Motor Hot* ! TAKE YOUR PICK I MNOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAA LOUNGES-MR. JOE'S and INN OFTHE BLACK KNIGHT* 2 SWIMMING POOLS - Indoor Hilled Pool/Lirfi Outdoor Pool ind Patit • 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS «HO SUITIS-MI Air-Conditioned • Radi* A TV. UK COUPON FOR FOUOWIM M. *wl • » WMrtN to Hf thin Mi Htm • WrwtM It U«lN>iH» « Wnmuli, MiMHlMt tut M. Paul cam-. Mm. IMkal CMIK H< Hxaltol, MtU* Mr €«.«*. MM» CaalM *M OMIc* Paili, Ml C*wt«a Singles- 49.75 Doubles-J12.75 . Twins- J14.75 MIDWAY LODGES GUEST SERVIGt 1S7S UNIVERSITY AVENUE ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA SS10S Gtntl«mtK: Pleas* tand the folletrtii O Ml«wf Moter lodfi IrochM* O Twini MolN Hotel irothur. Q Inttmutlon tn thlnfi to t» •M to lh» Urii CitiM Under 14 FREE TING md IANQUET V««N •> to MO. HMDMSIMt .... . MN Mff- AID Mt-IIII IWM Mt HUM • MM 1 «aHii|Hj *MM. M. IM, MM. UIM . f,' ' For tht purp>se bj settling with the Otto Wichtendahl Heirs, will otter for sale to the highest bidder on December 8, 1966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. *t the farm the following described real estate: LE8AL DESCRIPTION: . Tht Southeast Fractional Quarter (Sfc Fr. '/<) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. . |. LOCATION: Seven miles west ai.d five and one-half miles north of Algona, Iowa. Six and one-half miles north and three miles east of Whittemore, Iowa. Throe, and one-half miles South and three miles east of Fenton, Iowa. Located on blacktop road. , SOIL: Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. Good drainage — good state of cultivation. Nine-room house, block barn 36 x 68 x IS, hog house (block) M x 68, block garage 18 x 20 x I, block chicken house 20 x 36 x 6, machine shed 24 x 40 x 8, block silo 14 x 30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8. March 1, 1967, TERMS Twenty per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale, iilincf on March 1, 1967, upon delivery of deed and abstract showing merchantabl? title. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject my or all bids. •UOTWWER: For further information iff McMahon and Cfliel, •ttgrney*, Algona, Ipwa, or K«nnf»h 9«llinger, Fenton, low*.

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