Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 11, 1965
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lib gratis wrestlers have good record ;fect 40 ifcord last \reek. The: were Donny Pelersnn, Darroll I team defeated Blue Earth, BfittJ Miller. Kobbie Claude, Gary Ga- 11-fumboldt and Clarion by a com-1 de and Wayne Taylor. Others ^ , ltl Ibined point total of 97-28 in thai on the tsani with'fine records Tne seventh grade wrestling, four mcc ts. Clarion was held; included Tom Laing, Steve Will- team of Algona high school j scoreless, completed its season with a per- Undefeated for the rett. Stive SehiiHz. .Terry Simp- season son and Bruce Marshall. The eighth grade Is allowed six meets for the season ami still has two hiects left. NOTICE "" NOTICE OP ANNUAL WfilT. ING OF MEMBERS OF HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. Of ALGONA, IOWA ! Notice is hereby given.of the annual meeting of all- hienlbars of the Home Perietal Sa.Vings and Loan Association dfi Jan- uary 20th, 196&, at 2 p.m. at directors whose* terms expire, the office Of the Association lo<' reading of reports and for the eated at 220 East State Street, •Algoftfi, Iowa, said meeting to be h&td Jn accordance with the articles sftd by laws of the As- sociatioft ahd for the election of transaction of any other business of the Association that may come up before the meeting. M. 3, MOWERS, ExecutiVe.:Vice4»res. & Sec'y* IF YOU'RE REALLY LOOKING VALUES... Pi ma COTTON PRINTS Printed Terry Kitchen Towels New Patterns, Fringed Ends A 49c Value •15 Inches Wide., 100% Pima Cotton A $1.39 Value 3 for S 1 00 per yard Stamped Pillow Cases Stamped on 42 Inch Tubing Many Patterns and Designs 1.00 Pair SPORTSWEAR PRINTS 36 Inch High-low Corded Weave Printed Sportswear Fabric 5 7 C per yard Wedding Ring Design BEDSPREAD A Very Popular Pattern. 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Ends'from this department NOW AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES BASEMENT GIFT TABLE — Your Choice any item NOW '/a PRICE BALCONY TABLE — All L.dit* Mats NOW '/3 PRICE Blouses; Skirts; Sweaters — NOW GREATLY REDUCED f '{jrahams o-ALGONA (!*waj ADVANC6 MONBAY, JAN, 11, 196$ Another sled accident in Swea City area Swea.E«0ie — MarjoHe L9e Tobin was another accident victim at Burt's Lake the day after Christmas. She received a jolt when she was sliding oft a snow saucer down the bank where there was a drop-off about 8 feet. Several of the young ones had gone down the same place, but this time the rim of the saucer hit her on the back, making her feel as if the breath was knocked out of her. The feeling persisted. She had several x-rays taken to determine if there were fractures in the vertebra or disc. She has to wear a metal brace in the daytime but is able to dispense with it at night. The injury has been very painful. New Years Day dinner guests at the Walter Goraczkowski home were Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson and family, and Sylvester Goraczkowski. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jorgensen and boys of Ledyard were guests at the Walter Hans home to help celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary, Dec. 30th. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly were New Years Eve supper guests at the Walter Hans home, and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hans and Kim. were Sunday supper guests there. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Black and family, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurlburt and] Julie, Fonda, Mr. and Mrs. David Fitz and family, Sioux Falls; S. D. and "Mick" Hurlburt were Christmas guests at the parental Maynard Hurlburt home. "Mick" spent the Holiday vacation at home. He is a student at Brookings, S. D. The Preston family observed Christmas at the John Kelly home'on Christmas night. Guests were the Joe Prestons, Maynard Jensens, Roger Lindes, Jim Pres- tons, Duane Jensens, and Tom Prestons, Swea City, and the Marvin Boevers and Kenneth Andersons of Estherville and the David Earps of Crystal Lake. Steven Krumwiede started school Monday wearing a cast from his toes to his hip. He broke his leg in a sledding accident at Burt's Lake the day after Christmas. The leg was broken in two places between the ankle and the knee. He spent 6 days in the B'airmont Community hospital. The Chris Krumwiedes and Keith Gates of Trimont were New Years Eve guests at the Lyle Krumwiede home, and New Years Day guests were the Orrie Nelchows of Trimont, and Joan Geesman. Forrest Erickson called; on his wife and on the Jay Brones Saturday at Lakeview home at Fairmont. LOCALS Maurine Quinn visited her sister and family, the M. M. Hig- leys, in Omaha recently. Bob Johnson, former Kossuth county extension associate, spent a few days during the holidays with the Jim Andreasens, He is attending Drew University, tya- dison, N. J., and on weekends is an assistant pastor of a Methodist church in New York City, where he works,with, the youth, Mrs Antone Johnson left on ftfonday, today, to spend the rest of the winter at her daughter, the Robert Hartman,'s., Oakland, Calif. She had planned to be there during the holidays but because of illness postponed her trip. Mr and Mrs William Madsen and Donald were recent visitors at the Wilbert Boeckholt's in Garner. The Wilbert Kieiveits, EJmore, Minn,, were Sunday dinner guests and the Bert Johnsons, Burt, visite^ there that evening. Th* Duane Mtttgers and the Albert Metzgers, Lone Rock, spent New Year's day at the Wilbert Boeckholt's in Gamer. Other recent guests have been the Henry Sqhicks, Algona, and the Burton Johnsons §n4 the Harold Darnells, Ledyan}. Mr and Mrs Edwin'§. Johnson returned Thursday from Lpdi, Calif., where they visited their son and family, the Ralph Johnsons. They made the trip by train and on arriving honje visited by phone with their son who told them they had come on the last train through the pass where there had been a terrible snow storm and it was reported there was 114 inches of snow that had stopped all traffic.

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