Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 5, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 5, 1966
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4^-ALOONA (law*) AOVANCt MONDAY, DEC. 5, 1966 Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chrischilles The Algona basketball players captured their first conference victory last Saturday evening by WiiMung over Eagle Grove 6o-av. .The junior Varsity also won. — AHS — Last Monday night GRA was .hold in the high suiooil gym. Before the business me.etong was ; heid the girls learned a new kind of doage ball. — AHS — , Saturday the mighty Bulldog wrestlers traveled to Eagle Grove for the Eagle Grove lavi- tatioiial. There were three ses- sio/i'S: morning, afternoon, and evening. Pep Buses were taken to the afternoon and evening sessions. — AHS — Also Saturday night the basketball boys had a game at Webster City. Pep buses were taken to the game also. ' - ' . — AHS — Last Tuesday evening the Algona wrestlers lost their first meet of the season by going down to Clar'iO'.i wiUli a wcore ov 23-18. The junior varsity won by the score of 28-23. — AHS — Last Friday night the basketball players tangled witli Ilum- boiklt. Also, during the half of this game, the Cadcttes appeared for the second tima this year. — AHS — The student council had a I special meeting Monday evening to discuss new soc-hop rules amd to discuss plans for the Sno- Ball. The new soc-hop rules are as follows: (1) There must ba at Isost 2 chaperones at a dance. Admission takers have to take admissions the whole dance. 'IViey should inform the ohaparones of any problems in taking admissions. (2) A sheet will be on the admission, table. Any person who doesn't go to our school and has a date wlith someone from anr other school must sign this list as they enter. This will be a permanent book. (3) Chaperones are to take down, the names of anyone causing trouble. They are to give these names to the student council. (4) Any person 'who has caused trouble at a soc-hop or dance can be banned from further dances by a vote of, the student council. These ruleis apply to any organization sponsoring a danoa. — AHS — Tuesday morning Mr. Smith came and gave an assembly on atomic energy. He explained what its peaceful uses are. Firecrackers were shot and other hair-raising things hajfptred. Just ask Jane Walker ' Shower for KSary Sigsbee at Burt recently Burt—A miscellaneous shower was held Monday at the Burt Presbyterian church for Mary Ana Sigsbee, of Algona. Registrar was Marcia Strange. Corsages were presented to the hoaorec and her relatives. Virginia Backer announced the program of readings and vocal selections. Sue Rasmussen and Marcia Strange assisted with the gifts. Decorations were in green and white. records and show promise in some field of Hoiftlf Economics. , y NEW EMPLOYEES New employees a,t the Burt Co-op Blevatof are Glenn Tester, Dennis Meistsr and Elmer Maahs, Whittemore. GOOD WILL TRUCK The Goodwill Truck will be in Burt Dec. 7. Leave maternal with Mrs. J. L. Miller before that date, Hostesses were Earl Shipler, Howard Sparks, Ray Hoppus, Frank Becker, Harold Beaker, P. J. McGuire, Wayne Keith, Clifford Lovstad, Ray Dremmel, Raymond Westling, Donald Mitchell, Tom Trenary, J. P. Steven, Axel Carlson, Henry Smith, Roscoe Stewart, Roland Lavrenz, Jack Tieman, B. E. Miller, Fred Geb-, ben, Mennett Trunkhill, Stanilley Black, L. J. Fairbanks and Miss Linda Fairbanks. Mary Ann Sigsbee will become the bride of Airman David Rasmiissen in late December at the Algona Presbyterian church. BURT GIRL HONORED Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mitchell of Burt, was initiated into the Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron, National professional fraternity in Home Economics at the University of Iowa. To be elected to membership in the group, student's must have high academic St. Joe airman from technical school Arizona 85301. ., Mr. And Mtt. Frank Hilbert spent the thanksgiving weekend in Chicago at tile Cattle Con* You arc cordially invited to visit our Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broil- son and two sons moved last week to the Muriel Ackerman house. They lived in Colorado the past six months but formar- ly lived in Algona. He is employed by Floyd Sill. The Christmas pot luck din tier for school board members and school personnel was held at the school house Dec. 1 with gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell Ronda of Des Moines, Judith Mitchell, Iowa Olty were guests Thursday at the Al Meyer home in Racine, Wis. Mrs. Meyer -is the former Betty Mitchell. F. L. Pratt is a patient at Dickinson County Memorial hospital in Spirit Lake since Nov. 29 when he had a stroke at his lome. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and two sons of Washington, D. C., returned home Sunday after several weeks visit at che parental Roy W. Anderson nome. O.E.S. Past Matrons Club will meet Dec. 8. Hostesses are Mary Jane Dugan, Ethel Dremmel, Ruth Alice Patterson. Roll call, Christmas quotes; Program, Lorraine -Campney and Gladys Hawcolit; Gift exchange, a 50c handmade gift. Regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 221 O.E.S. will be held Tuesday, Dec. 13 with election of new officers. Host and hostesses are .Mr. and Mrs. Quimton Bjustrom, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Mrs. Betty Miller. The annual Christmas patty will be held after the regular meeting with a gift exchange. Mrs. John Sewick returned home Nov. 29 from Dickinson Albert Thilges is a medical patient iti St. Ann hospital, having entered on Thursday. HAS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Jerry Anderson entertained her bridge dub Wednesday evening. Mrs. Sheridan Cobk and Mrs. Richard Thoreson had the winning scores. 240 attend alumni banquet atTitonka About 240 alumni, faculty members and guests abi the Titonka Alumni Ban here Friday, Nov, 25 *t w Ume Clifford Kran z was elected the new president. Other •• cers Tmed were Harold ben, vice president, Lorf Stecker Harms, secretary; ana . Hie dinner w»s served by the Tltoftk* fiiftd Mfltto«.te the school Wdltafium. President 5. L. Gieaking conducted a brief jusinesr meeting and Bradford Buffington served as master of COFFII it OAT ib / The iftepuWlcan Wortiens Club of KoMUth County is holding a membership coffee at %s. (Dennis Mtoimesy Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m., LuVerne, Mrs. James -Mulling will review "the brtok, "Rush , to Judgment," by Mark Lane. Diamond Room and view the finest ; _' f. "X . .. collection/of diamonds in this area, priced f rom S 39 to S 350... St. 40* ' — A/2c Kenneth B. Thilgcs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, recently graduated from Aerospace Technical Training School at Chanute Air Force Base at Rantoul, 111. Following a 21-day leave here with his parents and other relatives and friends, he will be stationed at Luke A. F. B., Arizona, where he will be an Aerospace repairman specialist. His new address will be A/2c Kenneth B. Thilges AF 16874703 4510 Combt. Crew Tng. Wg. (TAC) Luke'A. F..B., Relax in privacy and comfort and let us show you our beautiful ' / diamonds this Christmas! Your credit is good at Rusk's . . No down payment . 18 months to pay . . . Discounts given for cash. Rusk Drug & Jewelry December Movie Calendar Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 1-3 Gregory -AR A iEl°q P iil" _ plus 3 1 Cartoons^ _ . Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. 4-7 throng* tu*»d»y, Dec. 23-27 »• B Thursday through Saturday, Dec. »-w "PRINCE 8 OF DONEGAL" Sunday through Wednesday, Dec. ii-ii "LAST OF n SECR I Ef AGENTS" plug short "TEN PIN TOUR^_ Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 15-17 Double Feature . "A PLACE CALLED GLORY" plus "THE TRAMPLERS" '~~- ~:REE "frrchant's Christmas Show Dec. 17 8:30 o.m.-10:45 a.m.-l p.m.-3:15 p.m. xic.iels available only from Merchants displaying Xmas Show window card. "THE PLAINSMAN" Special Sunday Matinee Dec. 18 •-• "MAGIC CHRISTMAS TREE" Show at 1:00-3:00 p.m. *•' •• Saturday KljWIes M;«nee D*. 24 "MISTY" flm * CartooiM wcdntiday thru -.••tavAur. "*% S"" ^^XLLW^^ "VISIT TO A 8MALL PLANET" FREE SHOW S «" p>m ' 4 Cartoons _ . New Year's Eve, Dec. 3l, Starting 7 p.m Sunday through Tuesday, Jan. 1-3 -.".'<. ...'-Tony Curtis .in '„ With My Wlte You Don't" ^SSAVW.SN'^QUKEN" - at ALGONA THEATRE - Memorial hospital in Lake where she had been a patient following major surgery. Mrs. Paul Schwieger came home Friday from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she had been a patient follow nig major surgery. ClrtrStfbaTir)rt " Burl elect officers recently Burt—Den 1 of Bunt Cub couts met Monday after school at the home of Den Mother Mrs, William Giddings, assisted by Mrs. Cliff Pannkuk. Offiosrs Iccted were: Neal Giddings, Denner; Ronald Pannkuk, assistant Denner; Gregory Koepke, treasurer; Sidney Karels, scribe. The Cub Scouts made "Horn of Plenty" plaques. Cookies and tool-aid were served by the hostess. Next meeting after school Nov. 8 at the home of Mrs. Giddin-gs. Den ILL met Monday after school at the church basement with 7 Cub Scouts present. Mrs. John Spear is Den Mother assisted by Mrs. Carl Simmons. The cubs are making Christmas gifts. Games were played; Treats were served by Bruce. •,ra^«»i^«fia«i»«i»**«i^ The Gin That Keeps On Giving AMERICANA p. 5 ?. j '( f, f t I f FACTS the basic foundation, so you know what you are talking about, in ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA , IDEAS the foresight that' lights the way to leadership, found in THE HARVARD CLASSICS WORDS the vocabulary that helps you put yourself across to others, found in WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY PHONE 295-2144 ALGONA, IQWA The Gift The Whole Family Will Enjoy PUBLIC AUCTION t As I have decided to quit farming, I will hold a public auction on the farm located 4>/a mjles East of Algona on highway 18 on FRIDAY, DEC. 9 W Hlf-VjM 1 -il'il r.Rlt vtl SALE TIME - 1:00 P.M, 31 — HEAD OF DAIRY ,' Cow No. 1 — 1st calf, fresh with twins. Cow No. 2 — 2nd calf, fresh 30 days. . 8 — Springing Holstein Cows, coming with 2nd and 3rd calves. 4 — Holstein Cows, 2nd and 3rd calf Cows bred and due to start freshening early spring. 1 — 15 month old purebred Holstein Bull. (If you're looking for a good Bull, this one will surely do.) 5 — Small Holstein Calves. 5 — Holstein Hiefers, 250-400 Ibs., CHV. 4 — Holstein Bull Calves, 250-400 Ibs. MACHINERY WD-45 A. C., 1955, wide front, 13" tires, motor, transmission, hydraulic system, A-1 cond. WC '38 A. C., good shape. Buzi saw on stand, folding table. Judson Pert. Spreader, 10/ on rubber. Water Wagon, 1,000 gal. tank. Rubber tired Running Gear, flat rack. Humboldt Loader, manure and snow scoop. A. C. 3-14 Slat Bottom Plow. Flat Rack. Case Baler, twine tie, 1959 model 130. 7' New Idea Mower, 2 Sickles. Manure Spreaders, 4-wheeled. Massey Clipper Combine, 6', PTO. Oliver Field Cultivator. • A. C. 4-row Cultivator, new shovels. • Running Gears, stael wheeled. 10' Land Roller. • 8' Springtooth. — 3-bar Side Rake. — Endgate Seeder, IH. — Sprayer Stand. — 4-sectjon Drag. — Winpower Roto Hoe, 4-row. — 15' JD Disc. — 15' MM Disc. — 2-wheel Flat Trailer. — IH Corn Planter, with fertiliier. — Oliver 2-14 Plow. — New Idea Running Gear, wood flare box. — F-12 Farmer Tractor on steel. — Steel Wheel with wood flare box. — Rubber tired Running Gear, wood flare box. — MM Corn Picker, 2-row. — Bearcat Hammermill, belt driven. — W JD Elevator, — Overhead Wagon Hoist, — A. C. WC Mounted Picker. DAIRY EQUIPMENT 1 — 7-can Star Electric Milk Cooler. 1 — Surge Milking Machine, pipe line for 6 cows, 2 Surge Buckets. BUILDINGS 12' x 14' Brooder House. 8' x 12' Brooder House. 1 — 10' x 12' Hog House, 1 — Dog House. MISCELLANEOUS — pile old Telephone poles. — 75-bu. Hog Feeder. — 50-bu. Hog Feeder. — 300-gal. Gas Barrel, stand and hose. — Gas Grooder Stove, Woods model, 500 chick silt. — OUen Hay Fork. — Bench Grinder. A lot of Wood and Stetl Pests. 1 ^ 6 YiAR OLD MARE, % SIZE INDIAN PONY. 5 — Steel Water Troughs, 1—2x8 Round Tank/ near new, < 1 — Round 30" x 6' Wood Tank, Several Tires. , Tractor Chains and Wheel Weight*. 1 -, Pr. G*ndy IH Bexes, 3 — Goose Incubators, 14 tray, reel good shape, 2-3 treys. 1 — YEARLING MARf COLT, SOME HAY Usual auction term*: Not responsible for accidents; No property removed until settled for. MRS. ARNOLD DANIELSON, OWNER Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers Iowa State Bank, Clerk

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