Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1966 · Page 2
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/" l-AtGONA (loWe) ADVANCt MONDAY, DEC. \<), 1964 Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chrischille* In the sports field the Bull' basketball players won. their dog wrestlers .came out on top again. Algonk /captured first place at the 'Algona Invitational with 99 points. -Ames was second- with > 75 point*, and "West Sioux was third with 66 points. Lafrry Munger, Don Camp, Clint Young and Max t Miller brought in first place trophies. There were two seconds and four thirds. Also, the night before the Invitaiionals, the Bulldogs wrestled Humboldt and won 28-11. Firte work wrestlers! , —AHS— , Still in the iportt field, the Mr/lttmt Mr*. Kent Immerfell and - baby will be here from Mattkiato, Minn, to spend Christ- ma4 eve at the j parerttal LjJo ImmefiaMs and will be with the Prank "Motilton, Jrs. Christmas day- > Weather permitting Mr. and Mrs. Bob titeigel,awd family will come from KanSaiJ City, Mo., to spend Christmas with the parental Fred Geigels. Other guests will be the Fred Geigels son-in-law and Mrs. James of Fenton. let Nam. Mr. .end Mrs.' more will be Arnold's BeaNty Salon LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST FOR THE HOLIDAYS" Permanent 295-3127 PHONOGRAPHS STEREOS TOM'S RADIO * TV game agaVnst Hampton 73-30 It was a mighty close game the first quarter thanks to a couple of men in striped shirts. ': —AHS— Girls"' Mleyball Jntramurals ended in a blaze of glory for team No. 1 as they captured the championship last Monday evening. Members of the team are: Debbie Laws, Linda Ross, Ginny Deal, Lana Bishop, Betty Walker, Sharon Wagner, Janice Umbaugh, and Bev Knudson. J —AHS— Many' juniors end seniors are busy deciding the college and future of their choice. Representatives from various colleges, business schools, trade schools, and the services come every week and give informa- They live at tiom on their respective college Rhode Island, or vocation. Ask any junior or senior, it's a hard choice to make. —AHS— Something new will be added to Mom's Night, December 21; it was decided at Pep Club last Wednesday. Between the junior varsity and varsity basketball Post games there,will be a tea. The ago. moms then will be taken into the gym for the varsity game and will be recognized. Also dis cussed was a new idea for a sigi in the gym to replace the old one. —AHS— Auditions for the talent show were held last week. Some o 'the acts are: the Titrations, dance group made up of fou heerleaders, a singer, and a ingle dancer. The talent show OR December 21, the last day >f school before Christmas va- ation. —AHS— The Algona Bulldogs basketball players took their second jafari of the year to Clear Lake ast Friday to hunt down, the mighty Clear Lake Lions. It was a rough journey. —AHS— • "O Come Emmanuel" "was presented by the Algona High School and Junior High School vocal department last Wednes- and daughter, Gerald Voigt Mr. and Mrs. Pete, Helsrud wes recent ly visited by her grandson, Larry Halsrud who had come from Fort Gordon, Gal, to Mason City where he was met by his grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olson nd brought here. After a brief isit with the. grandparents, he went to Napa, Calif, to be with us parents Mr. and Mrs. Keith Halsrud until being sent to and Becky will spend Christmas eve at Wesley with the: parent. Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Bentele attd Christmas day at POcawontat with Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Grfecm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Mbore ave moved from Muscafarte to Cedar Falls. Me is employed ; in hatchery there. 'Mr t ,,,Mbore\ is sort df Mrs. Harold Smith' and Mrs. Moor* is & daughtef of the 1 'rartik Smiths. Mrs. Sarah Smith is making jn exterided visit at Lockpoft, 1L, with her son-iri4aw and laughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cranz, ^ A Meyers femily dinner will be held December 26 at the Cunningham cafe in Burt Those ;o be present are Mr. and Mrs >on Meyer and family, Mr. and '/Irs. John Dittmer, of Fairmont Minn,, Mr. < and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth, of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs. Mervin Hentges of Le Sueur, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Way ne Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Linda, of Burt. e»«»»«»+»»++»+«+ee4»e«+« het sister and husband, Mr. and Mfs ?l EdWard Left* in LttV«fne.< s James Whitte visited; from Advertise In the Advene* Largest PAID circulation Mrs. Harry L, Maw Mrs. Paul Curtis, the former TriX Oxley now of Lakeland, Florida, passed away at hef home, and was brought back here fof burial. Funeral was Thursday at the Botighton Funeral Home in Britt and .burial L CorWith. Mr, and Mrs. Junior Steinlicht and family moved into the home of Mrs, Gertrude Steinlicht and the Lee Days of Luverne moved in the place vacated by the Steinlichts. Mr, and Mrs. Carrol Cram visited Mrs. Eugene Waltman the t Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leslie 01 Auburn, spent the weeketit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs Gene Wagner. Mrs. Harry Maw visited Sat urday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Corlew in Britt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flemin visited Sunday , ceiVed Word their son DetiliM, las Arrived ift the state*, f*6iH Viet Nam, and will be 'hoitte fof the holidays. His wife Md ftiiv ly have been living itt Gorgia. Map hisilfeave; hn will tionetl in GetmAny. Hi* wife ind fimliyVitt'ac6ohipati!Jr Jtfrn. Mr. and "MA, Paul Carlson and son have moved from Algona to the farm Which was Vacated some time ago by'Mr, and Mrs. Robert Sloan.- • Mrs. Delbert Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McCullough and family of Webster City visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs Viola Brown. ,. The R.N.A had their annual Christmas party on Thursday evening in St. Mary's Rectory with a 6:30 pot luck supper, and exchange of gifts, Mrs., Harry Maw received the door prize Election of officers for the com ing year were: Harlan Elberts, Oracle, Mrs Vice Oracle Mrs. Blston Aspole, Past Ori cle, Mrs. Jim Daniels, Recorder Elizabeth Priest, Receiver, Lu iobiltfloft. Mr, and . _. j~ ...» — —.»,.Mi*. Arnold Hesse went surgery a ' J ifl Foft Dodge. itt Mason dtty Wattmaft under- at the Lutheran •J, 1 f * l Vf BY"! DISSOLVE THAT (hi* to a cold' ' Cheracol D i MMKMH t , ^^n^^^n \ e three expectorant* help'dissolve congestion , e Contajns no ntrcoties or entlhistamine ' (bextrortiethorphan safely suppresses coughs , .due tO ( colds) x f / • Saf* even'for two year olds (used as directed] e Delicious wild cherry flavor tastes good Rusk Drug & Jewelry , AL00NA, IOWA hrisftmas eve till thp 29th by heir daughter, Brigitta. and he husband Patrick Ca'rnes. Mr Jarnes is attending Brown urn 'ersity and Brigitta is, teaching They live at Quonset Roa« lode Island. Mr. end Mrs. Lloyd Shirley plan to spend December 24 and 25 at Bopne with their son Don and family. Joan Post wild be home from Sioux City for the holidays. She is.a.-student nurse at St. Josephs where her mother Mrs. Dick Post trained a number of years cille Miller, Marshall, Mrs. Ro- m, \ day under the direction of Mr. George. Groups included in the concert were:,, mixed chorus, modern Choir, junior high choruses, lyric girls chorus, band girls chorus, symphonetites, and a brass group. One of the highlights of the evening was the Mrs. Celie Deal will have es guests Christmas Mr. and 'Mrs. Hubert "Pete" Deal and family of Fort Dodge, Mrs. John, Deim of Ames, her daughter Gretehen Deim of Minneapolis, Minm. son Jon Deim, Algona and Kim Deal who, teaches in 'the school system at Gladbrook. Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy will- have as Christmas guests the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert- and- David of Wesley and sisters Mary and Judy Hilbert of Denver, Colo., Werren Godden is coming from Chicago, 111,, Sunday and will take his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden back with him for a visit over the holidays. Mrs. Paul Dettman will have as Christmas guests her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki of Des Moines. h Mr. and Mrs." r lCenhetri Par- risn ' will have as Chrjstmas weekenid guests the formers, mother, Mrs. T. M. Parrish of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crait will have as Christmas guests Mr. pinging of two the Messiah. numbers from Mr. Anniversary and Mrs, John Potts, Lake City and formerly Lanesboro, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on December 12. Mr. Potts is 87 and Mrs, Potts 83 years young. ENDS THURSDAY DEC. 22 SEAN CONNERY "GOLDFINGER ALGONA StRN CONNWY Dr.lflo SPECIAL LATE SHOW WEDNESDAY, DEC, 21 — Box Office Opens; 10:30 P.M. MOTION PICTURE IS AN ACT OF M PURE AGGRESSION and Mrs. Gaylen Crail of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Halsrud of Centerville, Mr. and Mrs.. Richard Crail, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crail and Randy Crail. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson had their son-in-law Oscar Simons of Ames as guest Thursday. The family is moving to St. Benedict in the neat future where Mr. Simons will establish a business. •' Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson will be Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and family, Ed Thompson and Mrs. Elya Coon. ; ' Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Johnson were here recently from, Cedar Palls and visited with various relatives. They also came to see the brother Frank Johnson at Good Samatftyan Home I, Weather permitting, M r s. Walter Steven will have as Christmas guests the children, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cooper of Des Moines, Mr- ?nd Mrs. Ivan Hines of Eyansdale, a suburb of Waterloo and thedr son and daughter-in'law, Mr, and Mrs,i Steven Hines, also of Evansdale, The men will go to Britt Christr mas morning to bring home for the day Walter Steven who is in the Rest Home there, Mr. end Mrs. Webster Orton DiimoM"i FREE Chrittims Gift IN CO'OPIRATION WITH NOHTH IOWA If WING MACHINE CO. • HOMI OF ORUNDiC Hi-Fi Slirto Multi-Pi*! JW-F1 Ba*o CombinatioN II9I$TIR At Pianion4's each s»,4 every time ypu/re in tjie store. @iV§N AWAY SEASONS AT THIS TIME WE WANT. TO WISH YOU A VERY, VERY, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPER. OUS NEW YEAR FOR 1967 FROM THE WHOLE GANG AT LINDE IMPLEMENT! Linde Impl. Co. Named Dealer of The Month ' * by Allis Chalmers Linde Implement Co. of Swea City recently won "Dealer of The Month" Awerd from Allis Chalmers Co. The eward wes announced by Mr.' A. F." Mork, manager of the firm's South Sioux City, Neb., branch. The ewerd wes won with Superior Management, Merchandising, end Service Achievement, in competition with dealers in parts of e four stete erea served by the South Sioux Branch. Rules governing the eward included an up to date shop with mechanics, and inventory control parts department along with e modern display room. A bariquet dinner wes held for all of Linde Implement Company employees end wives. The wives were each given.e $50 check end Mr. A. F.'Mork presented' Mrs. Lind* with e Sterling Silver Serving Set. All the wives each received e Christmas corsage also. THANKS A LOT YES, we at LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. have enjoyed the largest year and are now starting our 3<Hh year in business in Swea City. (Even much larger than our previous banner year), THANKS' TO YOU, OUR MOST' VALUED CUSTOMERS. BUSINESS HAS BEEN BOOMING ALL SEASON AT LINDE IMPLEMENT IN SWEA CITY. It makes us feel proud that we are giving, you the service that you are entitled to for us tb warrant your continued business or we would be unable to be setting sales records that again made LINDE IMPLEMENT CO, "DEALER OF THE MONTH" in part of a four state area}; We 'have delivered well over 1QO new and used corn!pickers and combines in 1966, This includes 26 new SELF-PROPELLED COMBINES THIS YEAR as well as 22 NEW NEW IDEA CORN PICKERS along with all the tractors and other machinery, Probably the most harvesting equipment sold by anq dealer within hundreds of miles in one season. We are plan* ning service schools on these machines for all the owners during the coming months, We are just as interested in the operation of yowV machine after you own it as we are in selling it to you, v True at times we have been rushed to the extent of not being able to give you prompt service as we would like but we wish to take this opportunity to THANK YOU for bearing with us. We have had phone calls for parts from Huron, South Dakota; Southern Iowa; St. Cloud, Minn.; and Nebraska. Many people drive for over 100 miles to get repairs, We do appreciate the business but it has caused our parts stock to get depleted on some critical items but overall we believe that we have filled over 99 per cent of all the repairs asked for. r .' WE WILL HAVE NW MACHINES TO SHOW YOU FOR 1967 INCLUDING NEW MACHINES TO WORK ON THE UNLSYS- TEM. So when in Swea City be sure and stop in to see us. ^ WE ARE PROUD OF OUR, TOWN — THE BIGGEST LITTLE TOWN IN IQWA, We have excellent grocery stores, garages, cafes, elevators, clothing stores, hardware, lumberyard, gas stations, drug store, along with five fine churches (all new or remodeled), a dandy school, as well as the finest park and swimming pool. So make Swea City your Shopping Headquarters. So let us say "Thanks Again" for your pa* tronage. It is greatly appreciated, ii "GLEANER AND NEW IDEA UN-SYSTEM HEADQyARTERS AM4S-CHA WWEBS -NEW IDEA ~ GEHL - MBYEB -STAN-HOIST 4- WNPSAV One of The Lirgcit Repair Stocki !• The MMweit Linde Implement Co. PNONf 27MC01 SWIA WTV, WWft

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