Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1965
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Hows) ADVANCE THURSDAY,.JAN. 14, 1965 Now, an economical, Convenient feeding program that provides your horses with all the nutrition they need for good health Now, Nutrenn HORSE KW11C Avail- nblp In Three? Forms Mnkes Horse Feed- inp Easy. Worry-fire. Difficulty of obtaining qunlily grain rthd hay mnkos horse fending n problem, With Nutrona HORSE KVVlK-yoiir worries Arc over. Available in (hroo forms — concentrate, supplement or complete feed — Nutrena HORSE KWIK assures you a feed supply that provides your horses with the nutrients they need for good health. Nutrenn HORSE KWIK contains guaranteed levels of VITAMIN A — rind other minerals and vitmniris you knbw your horse needs. Your Nutrona dealer can help you work out a Nutrenn Horse Kwik Feeding Prescription that's right, economical and meets the nutritional ncccls of each of your horses. CARGILL, INC. 5-2741 Algona FEDERAL N. IA. GRAIN CO. 5-5073 Sexton Brother of Fenian dies Monday Arthur M. Itnnscn, 07, of fia- thorvillc, brother of Adolph HanSnn, Fonlon, died dl the Holy Family hosnifal of a stroke hnfe Monday. Ho was a former Ring- stod farmor -afi'd had lived at the Good Saninrilan Home at Eslhol'vilb for (lie past several yerrs. Mr. Hanson was horn July 20, IS'KJ at Omaha. Neb. and was married to Alma Borvcn at the fmmanucl Lutheran church at Gnivcr. They farmed in • the Ringsled-Armslrong area for ninny years. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs, Bob Watts, Mason City, and son Lloyd of Es- thervillc. Besides Adolph Hanson, two other brothers and a sister survive. IN bANCE CONCERT Iowa City — Among 50 stvi- dents who have choreographed dances and will perform in dance concerts at University of Iowa Jan. 15-10 is Linda Tague, daughter of the Frank Tagucs, Algona. PLAN 45th ANNIVERSARY Lakofn — Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts will be honored by their family at an Open House Sunday, Jan. 24, at St. Paul's Lutheran Hall in Lakota on their 45th wedding anniversary. ONE ACT PLAYS "Medley," an evening of one- act plays, will be presented in the Algona high school auditorium at 7;30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 26. Tickets will be on sale about Jan. 20. There are no reserved seats. snrsws'.vjriVisvsviTiVfl MWllllll^^ Opinions of Editbrs ANOTHER SERVICE FROM CHRISCHILLES! TAKE HOME" DRAPERY SAMPLES (Cfi»*% McLJugWiri in Humbaldt Independent.) Evangelist Billy Graham said He made hti§ first visit to fcurdpc shortly after. World War II and has been .„ visiting , Europe almost yearly since. In his early visits to Europe he noted their mor'al standards were below thoSe n,e Mind iri the United States. Today when he goes to Europe, Graham says, he notes that moral standards are higher than in the United States. FBI boss J. Edgar Hoover told an audience at Chicago's Loyo la University last month that crime since 1958 had increased five times faster than the nation's population. While the population increases, church attendance decreases. In the face'of some endorsing pre-rriarital sex relations, Billy Qraham felt it necessary to publicly state that such relations were still adultery — a violation of God's ten commandments. Growing disrespect for law and order is apparent on all sides. Certainly the explanation doesn't consist entirely of poverty, racial tensions and increasing narcotics addiction. Probably ,.more important than any of these foregoing factors is the great change that has occurred in popular attitudes toward misconduct. Wrongdoing often is rationalized in terms of culprit's unhappy childhood or some similar environment consideration: Religious belief .is waning. There is a marked tendency to Shy away from moral absolutes and to weigh personal conduct in relative terms. Cynicism with regard to religion deepens eventually into a completely cynical outlook toward all aspects of life. The unforgivable crime in a great many eyes consists not so much of what an individual does as what he gets caught at doing. Policies of the federal government encourage some people to North Star Conference basket- job," said Coach Wickett Wed- believe that the world owes ball race by ripping Boone Val- nesday morning, "but we just them a living. In the sense that ley of Renwick at Renwick Tiles- didn't get enough points. You rising crime reflects an absence don't win games anymore with of self-restraint, its growth is an Two can in crash at intersection Cars driven by Dr. D, F. Kdob and Robert M. Bell, both of Air goha, collided at the intersection of Moore and McGf'egof s'tre t- Tuesday at 3:45 p.m. Dr. Koob had stopped for the stop sign and pulled out into the interaction but did not see the Bell aliti. Estimated damage to the Sell left front and r6ar doors was $100. TWe Koob station wagon had aboilt. the same amount of damage to the bumper, grill, and right front fender. Dr. was-treated for a cut lip. He,%as charged with faliufe to enter" the intersection safely. One of the first English printed advertisements was a hlttid- bill produced by William Cafclort in 1480. Early Greek literature reveals little about the practical tfeiv ffiques' of rriantifacture, since Greek citizens did not engagH iii work and non-citizens were^ ignored in contem\iorary liflra- ture. Marj Becker married MARJ BECKER, daughter of Mrs Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker, and Raymond Brcka, son of Mrs Rose Brcka, Duncan, and the late Edward Brcka, were married Dec. 30 in St. Josephs Catholic church in Wesley. The bride has been employed by Winkel and Wihkel in Algona since graduation from Garrigan, and the groom is employed by the Brcka- Wellick Construction company of Forest City. Photo by Glenn's Studio. boys win , girls lose LuVerne — Coach Bryce Wic- ter, 19-15 at the half and 31-29 kett's LuVerne boys retained? a after three periods. firm grip on sec'ohd place in ^he "Our guards did a terrific TOP SERVICE ON YOUR EQUIPMENT That's what/you get when you bring your machines to. our shop and let experts care for them. WE CARRY A PULL LINE PARTS Taylor Implement Co. 5-2467 'Your-Grain Harvest Headquarters" ALGONA day night, 78-54. CHOOSE FROM OVER 5,000 SAMPLES Cheers, textured boucles, antique satins, plaids, tweeds, linflhs, florals and plains! Chnschilles offer you this unique service for your color selection and satisfaction in the proper decor of your home. At no obligation, choose any number of samples, take them to your home, make your selection and return. fl USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN FOR DRAPERIES "Where Quality is a Tradition Since 1870" Bob Maass had another i ?if1c itolHfhf flight? 1 tfsiln 36 points to spark the offense., Eugene Hefty came through with 16 points and John Wickett added 10 more. The Lions are now 7-3 for the season and 6-1 in conference play. LuVerne pulled away in the first quarter and led the entire game. The Lions were in front 43-29 at the half. ' THE 'GIRLS led most of the way too but fell in the final quarter in a defensive game, 4237. LuVerne led 11-5 at the quar- IN THI DISTRICT COURT OF .THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. PERGANDE, Deceased. . PROBATE NO. 8616 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby no,titled that -on the 4th day of 'January, '1965, the last will ana testament of the above named decedent,..,bearino dqte;,4he 20th day. of ApYll,' 1942, Was admitted to probate In the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against sale estate shall file, them with the clerk of the above named district court, as pro. vided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance: ana., unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter |je forever barred. Dated this 4th day of January, 1965 Elizabeth Ann Lund Executor of said Estate' Vincent, Iowa Address Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication indication of the people's increasing inability to-' govern 37 points." 3. Jhe Lu- pomts but! thems'efves. the girls missed 12 of 23 free, william Penn had a warni which probably cost them. f or the present generation whe * flO. •• ' l_'l '**_ *l _• '* 1_ . j I i mm Sin^ 14th day of Januar Published in County Advance, Algona, Jan. 7 and 14, 1965. ry, 1965. the Algona Kossuth Iowa, Whwi you nnd a rush printing jobfinljhej "yesterdayr". . . ft* 295-2424 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE he game. Both teams will face Klemnie he said that "Those people who will hot be governed, by Almighty God must be ruled by tyrants." In the middleages printing was considered a "genteel" occupation and to get in the busi ness, apprentices actually paid master printers for their training instead of being paid. CLARA SCHNAKENBERG in conference action Friday and then open tournament action Saturday night at Goldfield. The girls meet Boone Valley again Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! KEEP YOUR Taylor's Showroom u c • i i •• i i.i "• Special-of-the-week NANCY BRINK at 7 p.m. while the boys face Corwith-Wesley at 9 p.m. in first round action. GIRtS LuVERNE (97) fg J. lianselman 7 Hanson 3 Lindebak 3 Brink 0 C. Schnakenberg — 0 Nelson 0 TOTAt 13 ft 7-14 2-7 2-2 6-6 0-0 0-0 M-23 Pf 2 3 0 0 0 BQYS UViRNi (79) fg Hefty 6 Ma$ss 16 Meyers 3 Wickett 4 Trauger 2 Nelson- 1 Stripling J TOTAL 33 ft 4-7 4-4 <H) 2-3 0-0 2-2 M ,g 1?-!* 17 pf 3 4 3 2 1 2 JEWELRY Big Things Coming Later This Month! I960 FORD Sunliner Convertible. A beautiful, well-cared-for car, locally owned with low mileage. Completely equipped with ,power steering, power brakes, radio, Fordomatic. It has white sidewall tires, good shape. Spring will soon be here — and this could be the car for you! Bright red finish. $ 1375 WATCH OUR SHOWROOM FOR THE USED CAR SPECIAL EACH WEEK — PRICE WILL BE POSTED ON EACH CAR! . * * * • 1963 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Fordomatic, power steer inf and radio. • 1963 FORD 2 door with 6-cylinder, straight stick and radio. • 1963 MERCURY M.t.or 2-door Hardtop, Mercomatic, V-8, radio and power steering, • 1962 FORD GaUxie 4-door, V-8, radio and Fordomatic. • 1962 MERCURY Meteor 4-door, V 8, radio and Mercoma* ti«, • 1961 FALCON Station Wagon, Fordomatic and radio. § I960 PLYMOUTH 4-door, V-8, Automatic trans., radio ancf.powtr stttring, § I960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "8" cylinder, Automatic, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER LATE MODEL CARS ANP A NUMBER OF GOOD, CLEAN PICKUP TRUCKS!!! "FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY ARE KEYNOTES T0 OUR OPERATION" Taylor Motor Co, ™ FQRP * MERCURY SALiS i SERVICE — r . \ 5-3504 AUGONA ywywtVtVV»Ywyvww.^^ A NEW QROUP FOR ALGONA SAMMY JON AND HIS NOMADS COME AND ENJOY THIS Friday and Saturday Jmary 111II ATTHi Pine Room Alftni'f Finest fntfrtiinmtnt Lounge

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