Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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(low.) ADVANCf fHUM&AY> BfC, IS, 1966 I Imore stddle club elects new officers " , : *' / Ledyard—The filtnore Saddle , ciCib ihet at ,tihe filmore Fireman's hall for, a cooperative din- tier ahd Christmas parly Thtirs>- day evening, Cards were played and there were treats and games for the youngsters. There was also a gift exchange. Elect* ion of tftfieers was held. preSfofefit is Mrs. Burton, Johtf* soft; viee, Lyte Snyder, Mmo?e'[ sec., Mrs.. Bud (Shajtort) Zehffts, Slut ,Bafth} ind treas., Bat! HSAs, fcteote/ Board members fele^.afW&fVille VlUAnd, Halph totilgr intft'ftolto GHemaWi, all of" Blue Earth. Ronald John- Son, Wittnebagp, and Marvin Kirosch, Blmore, are holdflver directors. HAVE MITTEN TREE ' Srownies ahd .Junior Girl Scouts have a hiiitten tree in figesdal's store window. Anyone in the community who would like to contribute a pair of mittens or socks may do so. They may be placed on the tree or ,may be left at the store where the girls will take care of them. TOMORROW WANT «0 TODAY! TRY A WANT AD IN THE ... Kossuth County Advance ' and Newspaper RetdertMy 'The Papef with Shopper Coverage tf§atS tof tnft »—„»,..„. i,,^. were given a tattf of the farm. ~ 1 • - ' Hlfe items wltl fee Sent to SioUX ty Home at Aigona' Saturday. Oity wftere the Goodwill Ifidtis- They took a bo* erf ""-•" *- t,ires will distribute them eft tfte '—" *— 1<4 ' * 4 " il Christmas ftefty for needy boys <ttiu jsjiflSt CONCERT SUNDAY The annual Christmas cort-- cent by' the senior and junior choifs will be given during the regular Worship hour at 10:30 at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church Dec. 18. The senior choir is under the direct* ion of ReV. Victor VrieSen and accompanist is Mrs. Orville Brand! The junior choir'is directed by Mrs. Arlow Blonle and the accompanist is Mrs, Irvin Brandt. CLUB HAS PARTY The Modernette club met with Mrs. Orville Runksmeier Toe* day. Mrs. Runksmeier had the lesson on Bethlehem, Penn., the city where Christmas is observed according to the old Moravian tradition. Each member brought a gift to bo distributed at the Retarded School in, Al- gonaln time for Christmas. There was also a gift exchange. SANTA CLAUS FRIDAY Santa Claus Will make his anr nual visit to Ledyard on Friday Dec. 16. There will be treats for the pre-school youngsters. While drawing-for the adult prizes, Santa Claus will be at the school handing out treats to the students and assisting with the drawing there. Students will leave the school on the buses as:usual. ' . 1 ' i- ' * AUXILIARY PARTY h The Legion' Auxiliary met on Tuesday at the -Legion, hall. Plans were made for the lunch at the Legion hall Sainita Claus day. There was the annual Christmas party, with gift exchange and entertainment. The lunch was potluck. HAVE MOVIE PARTY The Sacred Heart Catholic church CYO had a movie party Saturday night. They attended the movie "ShenandoaJi" at Blue Earth and then 1 returned to the Parish hall for a pizza party prepared by the mothers. There were about 50 present. VISIT COUNTY HOME Six members of the Bby Scout troop and Scoutmaster the Rev. Victor Vriesen, visited the The elementary „„„„ program at the school will be held Dec- 19 at 7:30 p.ffl, The program is u rider direction of Mrs. Orville Brandt. • '•} i Several races * *• for Community . ./' * College posts A number of interesting *,.«*, have developed for the .Dec. 29 election lor posts on the five- county Area Community College board. Filings closed last Friday at Estherville. , Two Aigona men, Eugene Hutehins and Edger Meyer, have filed for the District 7 area which include* Aigona, Burt end LuVerne areas South Kossuth County). « There is a four-way race in District 1 which covers schools at Ringsted, Titonka,-Swea City, Bancroft, Fenton, Ledyard and Lakota and rural districts in Grant, Greenwood and Ramsey townships. Filing 'were , Orville - Thoreson of Swea City, Charles Quinn of Bancroft, Niels J: Nielsen -of Ringsted, and Gordon,Wirtjes. Also filing in a three-way race in District 6. which includes Emmetsburg, 'Cylinder, ** Rodman,' Graettinger, West Bend, Fairfield and Fern Valley schools were William F. Baretich, West Bend; George Twait of Grietthi- ger and James L. Coffee of Emmetsburg. , .,. ^^ ' * ' • i-" eee«eMeeee«eeeeeeeeeM« !>ri The fund for the Ciucyk _rphans" of Fort-Dodge Ma Reached the $4,196 mark there, was announced this week, tn Aigona the fund which was started after the parents and older ^brother of the three remaining children were killed iti a car-trucfe crash north of St. Joe last month, has reached $555.45 according, to Ed Gilmore ' the,Iowa State Bank. .Thfe money .will be used -to help the three children in their future education. They are .Werner 10, Krista 8, and Susie 4. The children are now temporarily living with Mr, and Mrs. Wilbert Meier at Fort Dodge. According to .Father David McGoey of Fort Dodge, contributions have been received from throughout the United States. Donations have been, received Too Uto To Classify eeeeeeeeee«eeeeeeeeeee»e WANTED — Custodian at Biirt Community School. Position open Jan. 3. If interested apply to Supt. Bruce Cranston. 17w98 FOR RENT — All-modern, o bedroom house, heaited witjjii gas. Virgil Shackelford, Algona, 295-5226. ' 98 PUBLIC FARM AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell to the highest bidder without reserve the following farm machinery- and equipment, on my farm located from — >: . • ^ 7 U . ^ KANAWHA — 6 miles West on Blacktop Road and 2 miles South. CORWITH — 4 miles south on highway 6Q and 3 miles east and 2 miles south. RENWICK -t 4'/ 2 miles north on highway 60 and 3 miles east and 1 mile north. PLEASE NOTE: This is a very good sale of late model equipment. Also there is a very small amount of hay rack items, therefore, the good machinery will be sold shortly after 1:00 o'clock. COFFEE ON GROUNDS SALE TIME 1:00 PJI. SHARP , DECEMBER 17 1964 JOHN DEERE 3020 GAS TRACTOR has 840 actual hours, is in very good condition, one of. the better 3020 in the country. 196? JOHN DEERE—No, 40 Self propelled COMBINE, 10 ft. platform, grain tank ext., in very good condition. 1654 — JOHN DEERE 50-TRACTQR, VERY GOOD 1964 — JOHN DEERE No. T-4, CULTIVATOR, 4-Row, "Rear Rigs — 21" sweeps, with 3020 mountings 1963 — JOHN DEERE 227 CORN PICKER, COMPLETE with automatic lube, deep suck rolls, weed stripper knife, mountings for Model 50 Tracker, like new/ 2 — I960 — JOHN DEERE No. 953, TRAILER, new tires, 6 x 10 Barge Boxes, with extensions and heavy duty Midwest Heist ' ' 1966 — JOHN PURE No, 894A Tractor RAKE en rubber, has raked less than 40 Acres 1960 — VALLEY 54 ft. ELEVATOR, PTO Drive, hetvy Chain, II" wide, like new I960 — KiWANEE, 14 ft, Wheel Tandem DISC, with II" Bledes, reel good. JOHN Diiii - No. 666-4 bottom, 4-14" Trip bottom Hydr^c PLOW JOHN DEJRE — No. 45W LOADER, will mount on Tractor with wide front, has mounting for 50 4-P- SNOW IMC KIT — for above lotder, to he sold separate VICTOR — END GATE SEEDER HOG EQUIPMENT 12—Electric HEAT LAMPS 2—CREEP FEEDERS I—Barrel CREEP FEEDER 2 — Sets of WHEEL UNITS, for 3020 2 — JOHN DEERE, Hydraulic CYLINDERS, one new style,; both complete with hoses 2 — bushel NORTHRUP — SEED CORN 2 — bushel Registered HAROSOY, '64 BEANS Steel FENCE POSTS and some CREOSOTE POSTS 2 — WIRE GATES, 16 ft. and 12 ft, HO KIMKR CHICKENS laying real good, will be sold in numbers to tuit the buyer 1965 ^ LLOYDS — 21 Case ELECTRIC EG© COOLER, could be used by tavern* or grocery stores, like new 20 — 10 Hole NESTS, in good condition 36 — HANGING FEEDERS 2 — 24 ft. AutomaHf WATERERS 36 — Section! of ROOSTS, mede in 4 ft. square sections 50 ft. Plastic Underground WATER PIPE 1 - 12 x 16 BROODER HOUSE, h* f roun4 roof, just like new. JOHN N. BERTH, owner Auctioneers. CQONIE SMITH, Belmond, Iowa BOB FORMANEK, Britt, low* TfRMS: CASH — No preptrty to be removed until settled for. Not re$pon»iblf fejr «ccident«. AJgons Security Stfte B«nk, Algona, Orphan Fund at'5,000 mark now from Alaska, West Virginia, Arizona and, California, he said. 1 Mill IIIIHHHHH II MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. I High Tom Strict Hamm's 2943 High Series Ken Meyer 561 High 0«m* Bud Briggs __- _Lj 235 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 High Teem Strict Utt Electric'_J.i 2987 High Series Homer Clark __< 586 Fo* 224 TUISOAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 High Torn Series Weidenhoff High SerUs H. Godden High Gam* M. Godden __, 2943 231 WEDNESDAY NIGHT High Teiitt Series Weidenhoff L „ High StrlM Shari Amdorfer _ Hi ;__i. High Qame Shari Arndorfer 2409 _ 497 _ 194 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN High TMfn Series Hamm's Beer , 2895 High Series Doyle Dailey 571 High Game Hank Thilges 209 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN High Team Strit» Lindsay - L 2442 High G&odmafl 537| High Gime Goodman '^ 2161 THURSDAY NI6HT MEN H(gh Team Series Hamm'S No. 2 2682 High Series Bdb Hendersen __* 577 High 6*me " Darrell DavW 248 rftiDAY MIXED DOUBLES High Team Series , Pittman Finance Corp. ____ 2266 High Series Women — Lavonne Pittman 533 Men — Arlan Benschdter _ 565 High Game Women — Lavonne Pitt man, 223 Men — Arlan Benschoter __ 203 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED .DOUBLES NO, i Hlgt/Team Series Taylor Motor Co 2191 High Series Women — Blanche Long _ 506 Men — Hank Geilenfeld __ 590 High Game Women — Carol Groen 187 Men — Hank Geilenfeld __;201 RYONE LIST! Comb & Brush Sets Leather Billfolds Cigarettes Cigarette Lighters Gift Stationery High Intensity • . - * • ^ • -* 4.- A. t y., .... 1 ' ' f • Rosaries Whitman's Candies Dresser Sets Radios Electric Tooth Brushes Barometers NEW FR0M SHEAFFER. Give the classic new Stylist ballpoint and pencil set in rich brushed chrome. SHOP OUR KODAK GIFT Compute itltction ef HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY , KODAK SOUND RECORDING MPf We also feature a complete line of Kodak projectors,, films, and flashbulbs in all price ranges. CENTRAL IOWA'S MOST COMPLITi PRiKRIPTION STOCK I THE GIFT For HIM • St. John's Lime • King's Men • Old Spice g) Mennens • Currier & Ives a) "007" • Studd • By George • Mr. "L" For HER • i Du Barry Wttle Lady Goldfire Yardley Clairol ^^^^ ^^•^•F ^^a^l^ ^^^^L^^^ - ^•^^•^^•^•^^•W- ^l^m ^^^ , '_ -^fl^^l -PlIlHlMiMRlHi KQCH4, IOW*

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