Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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ADVANCt ,•««, 1,,1«6« to Ago •y Molly MacDenald > A weekly feature of by-gone days Nevambtr 22, 1956 Rossuth County was to have about 37 miles of primary high. way construction plus six bridge projects according to the 1957 highway program released the day before. • . Sopt. O. B. Laing announced that an open house would be held fan December to allow inspection of the new seven room addition to the Lucia Wallace School. John Wood of the Ground Ob- jerver Corps' .received the > Dis- tinguished Achievement Award of the t). S. Aif Force as well as bats for the ntimbsr of hours he observed. Others receiving bars and merit badges were Herbert Schauef and Jean Miner, 500 liours; David Jruch, Jim MeMailv on and Zulufoal AndenbaUar, 250 lioursj Sandra Sfepkeitsaij Janet Jergefi&ort, Evelyn Jaiities, Margaret Y&oman, BoiMia' Reefer, Marilyn Simpsoa and "John Oi>- heini, 100 hours. A gift of acoustical tailings for the delivery room and nursery Was made to St. Ann, hospital by the auxiliary. Membership in the auxiliary had grown to over 500. The Delphian Society met for dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Matt Strait. Attorney Russ Buchanan and KLGA's Jim Wy- chor were guest speakers. lite plane students of Mrs. Louis Hinsoh were presented in recital at the Presbyterian church in Ringsted. The Burt Woman's Club met in the home of Esther Hodgson with L&fie McMuillen and Ruth Clapsaddle assisting. Erna Baars and Ruth Hodgson gave a musical program. The Hodgepodgar remarked: "The bare limbs of winiter are not nearly so attractive aft those of summer," .. : " ;•/>••' A ree«ptlbn td honor «*• naw- ly appointed mimMer and his wife, Rev. and Mr§. Worthte Kusher, was held at the LuVerne Methodist church. i Coach Jim Oeelan's St, Cee* lia cagcrs opened the season With a tightly-foUght ugainst Holy Family of game Mason City. The locals were defeated in spite of a last quarter rally in which the Academy outscored Ma&on City 22-5. November 28, I94« In a special report the Nevanv )ar grand jury recommended that the board of supervisors submit to the voters the question of a new courthouse, line jury ! ound the 74-year-old courthouse in "deplorable condition" wiith respect to storage ! of vital rec ords and fire conditions. Members of the grand jury for the Lerm were M T. McGuire, Buri; VIrs. Georgia Chapman, LUVerne; Earl Elbart, Whittemore; Joseph Skow, Wesley; E. C. Weisbrod, Feniton; J.- J. Theesfield, Armstrong; O. A. Campney, Algona. C. H. Ostwinkle, Algona, Kad received a news clipping from a gift! Delight someone on your Christmas list with a gift of telephone service. Here's just one of 'many Tele-Gift ideas—clip it out as a > reminder to order from our business office. Or ask any telephone employee. Leonard Frost, Bill , . ..... 6n« jBisenbarth, Kah Mid Edlttl ifcivai, and Harold Price. /' £ Novtmbtr 19, 1W4 th* North Ctntril CortfoftnM of high schools added a new member — Clear Lake high school. The original six schools A the conference wore Algoia, ttumboldt, Clarion, Hampton, Webster City and Eagle Gfove. Iowa Falls had joined the previous year. Coach Findlty picked 21 boy* for the local high school basket ball team. There were two r# turning lettermen, Tom Bruirt and Kenneth Lynk. Others Were Ted Chrischilles, Wayne Douglas, Harlan Frankl, Harry Greenberg, "Bud"-Hatpin, Jerry Hardgrove, Bunny Jones, Junior Long, Roger Michel, Bruce Miller, Robert Muckey, Joseph 'McNeil, Louis Neville, George Neiman, Russell Pickett, David Smith, Wesley Sohultz, Frank Schoby and Russell Kelly. Four farm tales wtre scheduled for the following .week. Property owned by Sidney Wallburg, Leo Jaskulke, Herman Putz ami W. J. Bourne would be sold. Six. Kossuth county men had given county recognition a community project 1 . Colorful extension phones save steps, soothe nc'rves the year 'round. Choose smart-looking desk of wall phones in a rainbow of decorator colors. Northwestern Bell ray Ormsby of Niagara Fa% N, Y., on tine silver anniversary of Dominic 'C. Lickteig,^former Wesleyan, to the' priesthood. Father Lickteig, a brother. (6i John J. and Louis Lickteig, Wesley, was pastor of St. "Patrick's church in Niagara Falls. > Trin;»y Luthiran church in Algona was reported oil to a good start on an expansion program that was to include erection of a new church, "churbhly, modern and permanent in every detail." . Dr. H. D. Meyer was chairman of the planning committee. ' The title of one of the editorials that week 20 years ago was 'Get Set to Pack Up for Moan Tour." The editorial quoted a Major P. C. Calhoun, head of the army-air force guided missile branch, as saying, "I, expect to travel to the moon and back within my lifetime." Missile experts predicted inter-planetary travel within 30 years. From "In Society" "Mrs. W. F. Steele entertajned at a birthday party Saturday afternoon in honor of her .little daughter Mariannia, 5. The guests were Sue LaBarre, Linda Smith; Judy Pickett, Carol Sorenson; Siri Norton, Karen Kittrell, Joel Harris, Robby and David HutehV Will dub president, e^ priei?i- Portland for Waiter Wright family of Fulda, Minn ; the Dan Mulligans of Md- sort City and Marine Busch of Al- gow.' k , - : , Mr. and Mrs, Tony Jandl and G6ne, MM, Hanford Brock, Wo- rifCfl Aigitaa Thursday, eve^iflg. Att is Mfs< Laliipe's fti^ce. Mrs. fittttteth ftnMfe *$ Paul tier guests itt the home tf A birthday party was held in the home of Mrs. Cecelia Scott tn Burt, in honor of her birthday, Sunday, Nov. 20. Attending Were Mf< and-Mrs, Harold Andr* oasen. of Burt, Mr. .and Mi's. Rob* ort brumfeldt, Mr. and Mrs, Tirti O'Brien; Frank Bahling, Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Ahdreasen all of Al>na, and; Mf. and Mrs. Roger jott of Butt. She received many nice gifts. Three birthday cakes, ice •cream and strawberries Were served for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. torn Trenary and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs.'Richard Dugan and two college friends front Marysviile, Mo., were Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the Melvin Alt home of Burt. Mr.-and, Mrs. Ralph Carbon and' family were Tuesday evening visitors in the 'Harold Beck £V <• _> t deny Mt& Bill Ross, Crystal Lake; Mr, tnrf Mm. Clarence Diets and family, Bancroft; Mr, And Mrs. Cliff Curtis and family, c-ttosen; Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and Donna, Algonas Mr. and 'Mrs. Uchard Tnuifchill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Aimiy, Cathy, Tom and Chuck Wefe dinner guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Ir. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and tecky Brandow, Mr. and Mrs Jack Thompson and John, Minneapolis, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and LeAnn of Algona, am Hr. and Mrs. John Teeter and Stephanie of Bloomington, were dinner and supper guests in .he Bffie Teeter home in Algona This was also Mrs, Edmund Lar son's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe and family attended the wedding of Karen Alt and Dean Willrefa er homd. Mr.-and Mrs. Guy Dimond, his daughter Octavia, Mrs. Mur-1 collected bounties on foxes from -... *__i.,_..i, . ... - .. 'county Auditor Butler since NoV 5 When the reward was mid* available. The six were Joseph Rathus; Kelsey Dunm and Frank Vayetts, Algona; Harold Luedtke, Lone Rock; C. E. ELhlinig,, Burt; l and William P. Bonnstetter, Whittemore. ' "The Advance's po«t-elaetlon editorial, following Roosevelt's sweep of the country, was titled "The Republican Party is Not Dead" Tht •nt*r- Grace Watanyans war* tainod for bridge by Droesman and Zora Keitih. Guests of the club were Elsa Halbrook, Mrs. John Dressman and Mrs. D. G. Clopton. The Advance's businass dirac- tory listed 12 law firms in Algona: Quarton and Miller; Sullivan, McMahon and Linnan; Hair •ington and Lowe; Van Ness and Stillman; A. Hutchison, Donald :. Hutchison, Theo C' Hutchison; F. L. ' Boriar; Sihumway and Kelly; L. A. Winkel; Hiram & Whits; P. A. Damson; Carrol A? The LuVerne Good elected new officers:' Mrs. Charles Hiriz;v.j dent- tary, Mrs. Ted Wagiiet;secre-- Mrs. Harry Christiansen; treasurer, Mrs.:Helena Stripling. Parcival Meters was holding a grand opening of its new garage and salesroom. Pictured were the personnel: Clayton Percival, Russell Kennedy, Donald Deal, Congress Increases i ^^^ j t ••; , t - r - ' >•' : -'..'.' ',.'... Insurance on f Savings Hereto *T5,OOO! Daryl Sparks and Betty Tlacih of Britt, Mrs. Ruth Sparks of Wesley and Mrs/ Esther Johnson of Oakes, N. D., were dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary, Norma and Harris, and Susan Lovstad were Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the Bill Champi on home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walrod of Titonka. Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman of Forest City were also Sunday evening guests in the Walrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson and family'were dinner guesjts in her father's (Mr. Fred Hagan of Algona) 'home, Thanksgiving Wanider ; Maurice C. McMahon. l 4-H News PLUM CREEK ELITE Plum Greek Elite met Nov: i2 With elected >'>vere: Jane Walker, ?res.; Patrice Bode,- vice;' Joyce Sabrieteon, sec.; Norhia* Bode, treas; Ann&tte Gilbride, reportr er; Roberta Zwiefel, Mstoriaa; Patty Marshall, music; Debbie Spear ; and Dixie ;Keith£ pho graphers/ Demonstration was 1 ,, Joyce Ga^rielsori;; Jane Walker,' (terry Jaden, 'Marnie Jioyce Gabrielson/ Jane Kathy Eimers, Debbie Spear Patti Marshall gave talks. day. The Burt Band Mother's are selling Zip Code Books. Thej can be purchassd at the telephone office for $1. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and family attended a family get to gether in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne Thanksgivin day. A niece, Mrs. Norman John son, husband and family were here from Redfield, S. D. Thanksgiving day dinner visit ors in the Bill Trenary home were 1 the Merrill Hagedorns, the Alfred Busch family and Mrs. H R. Trenary and Duward, all o . Ledyard; the Francis Shiltz fam i^ wee SfttUrday dinner guests lit PRIVATE SALE fTte wockT. btpst^dfec tncy- rdopadta—amLithe most *Mbtt for MiidenU-wiHcive your chi^ ; ,4ml that extra advantage so in-) porttnt now in school—and la fife. Only yon can provide thai ,extr» help; Call for a personal demonstration. No obligauiao. ' 20 vohnnes. Aristocrat «!€ down a month This Christmas give them a gift they'll never stop opening. For more information, contact: Mrs. Arlene Risius Buffalo Center, Iowa ij>:i Phone 562-29IV of Kossuth County Farm 1 * ' To SsHto Estate t , i THE OSCAR W. JOHNSON 160 ACRE FARM Mbsl as follows: The Northeast Quarter (NB'/4) of Section Two (2). Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County; Iowa,' containing 160 acres more or less, subject to easements of public utilities and established roads and highways, , ' , is offered for sale, and bids of interested persons are.solicited.; This farm is located five miles North^ of W Iowa; or four miles south and twe and ene-half miles of Titonka, Iowa. , ' TAXES: Sellers will pay the IMo.taxes payable in 1967. POSSESSION: Possession will be given en March 1,1967. TERMS OF SALE: Bids shall be for lump sum for tract irrespective of the acreage. 10% down payment. Balance shall, be due on or before March 1, 1967, upon final settlement and, delivery of abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed. METHOD OF SALE: The heirs offer this property for sale and will accept bids received by the undersigned o> or before December IS, 1966. All bids shall be sealed and addressed to / MILDRED I. CARLSON, EXECUTOR c/o Shumway, Kejly & Fristedt Box 575, Algona, Iowa ,50511 . Each.bid shall be accompanied by a 10%.down paymant. Bids will be opened oh December IS, 1966. Jf an acceptable bid is received, contract wilLbe prepared. The heirs ressrva the nghrto reject any and all bid*. ' ' MILDRED I. CARLSON, EXECUTOR SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTEDT, Attorneys for Executor BOX 575, ALGONA, IOWA 50511 • •' • ' PUT MORE ^fpNEY TO WORK here now where this emblem is prpucjly displayed. It means more pf our savers reserve funds can be safely insured, l»et us show ypu hpw tp protect ; $ 15,000 ... and MORE . . . through our various .-"."••''•'••• savings acgpunt types, ' r Current Yearly Rate ON PA55BOOK SAVINOS e-MONTH INViSTMfNT CERTIFICATiS Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn CRESCO CHUMS ; Cresco Chums' 4-H' club 'Kelt!' Ward night with seven other lubs Nov, 8 at the Algona high chool Annex, Top record book- wards went to Sheila Frideres nd Susan Smith, seniors; Mary tesch, intermediate; and Rhonda Sabin, junior. These girls and larian Frideres received pens, jhda Meehlhause received a eading award, merit award/ dress revue award, and a eight ear seal. Susan Smith was giy-J> en a five year/certificate, money; management award, and a honie econqmics award, Sheila deres was given art eight seal, Marilyn Roethler a six, cia Sabin a six, Mary Zaiigg five, Debbie Sabin a five, and a" reading award. Completion seals v were given to Mary Besch, Patty' Besch, Becky Buscher, Gloria' Canaday, Edna, Marian ph ~ Sheila Frideres, Linda and da Meehlhause, Kathleen Miller, Rhonda Peck, Diane, Jacque, Marilyn, and Virginia Roethler, Debbie, Marcia and Rhonda Sabin, Jane Simpson, Susan Smith, Debbie Specht, Dawn Wildin, and Mary Zaugg. The club was m\\\ THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON : Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 34 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE All Accounts Fully Insured to > 15,000 Save Fr,om The 15th — E^rn From The 1st §INCf 1917• — At©ONA, IOWA AU Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan liisurajicf of Washington, D. C.. .. , .. . All the doors can lock by themselves on our new ' •. .'•.'..-•- : >•'•:,•''''•'•"•. •• ••'•'• --''•'/ ':•. \ •t.';^'; : .--':••!.-'•-•..••'.••.•.''. ' '67 Ford* And if one door's not closed tight,a little light tells my father. Another light reminds him to fasten my seat belt. Daddy says he got the safest, strongest Ford ever built to hold me. (He »ay» A!way» keep your valuables in a itrongljox.) 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