Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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"INK in my Vi HVS" §y MARIAN INMAN \ ' r **W'H4H'Hlt t f mil MII ;H.I i 1 1 )>|.M44H-H fit t H'l H t " Last week 1 received thev nicest tettef from MrsvJ> Mi .Thurston of VirginiavMinn., who is. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Lynbh, of Algona. Mrs Hiurston writes; 'M am the one who »«nt the tllpplrtfl abdut your dMf Aunt Barbara to my nephew and hit wSf«, Mf, and Mn, Cecil Williams of Fargo. I to ertjoy«d reading your artl- el* and childhood day* in Fareo and M/x>rhMd, to I thought they might enjoy the article aba and miqht know your relative*, I am sure they will be very happy t6 have you call on them on vour next trip to Farqo. Hbw •ver when you come to Algona and can find time, we would like v»rv much to have you call and too us. I am sure we would have much to talk about." . . , 1 am surely going to visit with them. some of "these" ,. days. I look forward to it., t have had the most pleasant visit with Mrs. Wm. C. Dau whom I met at a Historical Society dinner at Titonka. Our 'recent visit was a' showing of her exauisitfi hobbv with eggshells. I saw- so manv beautiful ' things I hated to leave but we did not say goodbyo-. merely nostnoned another visit until her return from a winter in Florida. . . , Two of our dauohters had written home for lome papers and some collections, keepsakes, etc. and so I have been doing through boxes from the storage room in our old honv>. I found so manv things I wondered whv we kept *nd then decided to oo throunh some accumulation in this house. I have torn- to the conclusion that our family is "hoarding conscious" and am reminded of a magazine *rtiele«" in which thw writer asked, "Are vou * hoarder?" Don't answer ton h*«tilyr the hoarding instinct run* de»n in the human trihe. How he would have reveled had he h<><»n with m* *>* I cleaned the ctoraae ron«i. Even wf> who hH horded its contents were amazed. Ov«r *r<d nw»r we a«lf»d our*»lv»*. "Why do you suppose we kept this, and this, and this?" The article go*»s on to tell of, a farm in New York that makes a prof't teaching neot>le how to throw things away. Wow to sort thp'w.hept from the ..chaff and how long t.p store the wh°at.. And von know the kind of wheat storage I mean Vore. TV.OV go on to say that unless vpiir income is more than $25000 a war. von don't need to keep your income tax proofs for more than four years. The t«vn most 'mnortant records vou n««td to keep frt vo"r birth ewrti'ir'*' 1 ! and your will. (They »r« aUo th* on*s mn*t im»v»il»M» wh«fl i naededl. A oo«d family • inv»«tment is a b»nk «»'>Mae bnx, or a strong box (fire'" resUtant) that wi!l s*fek»M»n th«se records, plus docu- rnent* <iirh »*. mr>rtn»ri*s. d«*«fs and insurance oolicies. : ,'-. f»nr«U«d eh*rk* n«nd nnt be k»nt lonaer than fix years plus th«> riirr»nt ve»r "If household record* aren't purq- ed nerinrlie*llv vou'll have to add an archives room instead of that rumnus you want." Well vou think it over. We have, and our own exam:,; r»le has imm-e^pd uoon us the imoortant of "Pon't file it, •'"" throw it awav." But on t.hn other hand, we sav, "Do you sub. i pose we should keep this?" And .we are off to hoarding again. Ex-Bancroft man to work in •,"» ma Bancroft — Don McNertfiey, son of Mr, and Mrs! P> tt. M* Nefttley, Bancroft, Who is with the United States Information Service, 1 arrived in- Bancroft Friday • to* visit his parents, grandmother^ Mrs, J. P. Mouse!, and his brothers, and their fanv sj before leaving on his new foreign assignment. Mr. McNertney has been attending the War College at Nor* folk, Va/ since his last assignment which was in • Venezuela. While at the College he was familiarized With the latest in American defense, submarines and aircraft carriers. He has been assigned to the position of Public Affairs officer at Cordoba, Argentina. En' route he will visit Puerto Rico, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Buenos Aires. Mr. McNertney is married and there are four children, two boys, and two girls in his family. They will be able to attend American schools in Argentina, nd living will be more similar p America than in some of his ither posts. The Kaiser Industries have a arge plant located in Cordoba, and there are about 1000 Americans living there. was served by foetfieks and ft>- leys. The next meetiffg Will be Feb. 15. Reporter Is Kathy Beseh, CRCSCO SOYS Cresco Boys met Jan. 11 at the Extension 'office With Dear. Teeter presiding. tMietwston on the basketball teams was postponed. 4-H Day was discussed. Russell Shaw was elected king candidate for 4>H Pun Night. David Sabin gave a t detnonstra- given. An illsutrated' talk was kiven by Russell ShaW. Barbara Jergenson was hostess. David Roethler is reporter. Christmas Seal reoort at Lakota Lakota — Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Christmas _.j^al. -Chairman..;. for, the town of Lalcola reports 'that $76 has , been received- so far from the 65 replies. A total of 125 requests for contributions were mailed to Lakota residents. There's still:time to send your contributions to Mrs. Heetland if you care 'to. She asks, how no seals be-returifw ' Corwith Mrs. Henry Maw 4-H club news iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiin LOTTS CREEK LASSIES Letts Creek Lassies met at the Legion hall, Whittemore, Jan. 18. Arlene Anliker presided. Pledges were led by Diane Elbert and Linda Muller. Fun Night - queen candidate is Arlene Anliker. .Marilyn Gengler and Karen; Fuchsen gave reports on the workshop. Arlene Anliker reported on rally night. Talks were given by Jean Haag and Nancy Eischen. Maureen McDonnell and Susan Elbert gave a demonstration. Karen Fuchsen, Sandra Walker and lone Metzger showed articles made for their homes. Birthdays were Jean: Haag, Anne Foley, Francine .O'Brien, .Linda Dogotch, Susan Elbert, Sandra Walker, Janice Crotty, Jackie Detrick, Mary Vigdal, Sharon Metzger Marilyn^rGengler and Karen Fuchsen had recreation. Lunch LUther League of St. John's church had a sledding party on Sunday at Pilot Knob, near Forest City. Bill McCullough. in the Coast Guard in New York, came on a 30 day leave. The Erwin Nerems and Mrs Sam Nerem, Forest City, were Tuesday guests at John Oxley's. we's. The John Mullins left Tuesday for Phoenix. Ariz, to visit the son the William Mullins. and then to "California to visit another son Tom. The Ben Krebs attended the anniversary of the Joe Durt- chers, Eagle Grove, Sunday. Rev. Herman Smith and the M. Y. F. and counselors of tfle Methodist church held, devotions Sunday at West View rest home in Britt. . Rock and Rhonda, children of the Jerry Puffers, Algona. spent the weekend with the grandparents, the Philip Puffers. The Robert Skelleys visited Sunday at Golden Knapper's, Forest City, and the Jerry Knappers, Hutchins. Mrs William Gray and Richard, Clarion, were Sunday guests at Bernard Spangler's. Jean Ann Lein and Todd, Cedar Falls, were weekend guests. The Roland Hankins spent the weekend with the Ralph Rogers, Boone. The children were with the grandparents, the Edwin Petersons, Dayton. '^> The Robert Krafts, Renwick, visited Thursday at Dale Yeoman's! The Dale Yeomans, Ben Widens, Robert Mitchells, and the George Yeomans met the Jim Siebrands,, Ackley,- at '-Mi ty Ben Widen and Mrs Jim Sie- brands. Mrs W. C. Woodbury, who has been in Washington and Maryland visiting her sons, has ro turned home. Her son, the Wayne Woodburys, of Joplin, Mo., brought her and spent several days. The Sam Logsdons moved on Saturday to the apartment of Jim Hankin. The Robert Petersons, Algona, visited Saturday with Corwith friends. The Joe Koubas spent Tuesday to Thursday with her sister, Lucille Johnson, and uncle W. G. Evans, Sheldon. The Harley Aldricks, Albert Lea, Minn., and Dallas Elwoods were Sunday guests of Art Tabb's. Mrs Forrest Fett and Mrs Darrell Fett. LuVerne, visited Mon- dav at Albert Fish's. Mrs Harrv Fleming was a guest Saturday night of the Wayne Flemings, Humboldt, and Sunday they brought her home and spent the day. The Cecil Glawes were Sun- dav guests at Robert Chambers'. The August Studers, Wesley, visited Sunday at George Gla- sevefal Weeks. more. 9 Park St., Lot 12, Weslac Trai- Mrs Fred Will had the Thufs-. ler camp, Weslac, Texas, for day club With Mrs Charles Sot* - - • • • ensen assisting. Mrs Frank Weber showed pictures of her recent trip. Friends had a card party Sunday at Max Sloan's for their anniversary. The Dale Yeomans spent Sunday with, her parents, the Lou Hoovers, Burt. Howard Nims, St. Cloud, Minn., spent several days with his parents, the Vern Nims. The Jerry Lewises, Algona, were Wednesday guests at Jim Zwiefel's. The Elmer Glawes are now at ALGONA (lows) ADVANCE—3 MONDAY, JANY«, tttl PIZZA Now available al FINN'S BAKERY 120 EAST STATE 295-5213 ALGONA The Warren Lenzes spent Sunday in Ames. Randy spent. the .day with his grandparents, the Harold Browns. The Lovd Stroups, Hampton, and Mrs Viola Brown were Sunday guests at Elmer Marr's. The Harold Browns were callers. Mrs Art Kraft and Janice, of Renwick, Mrs Fred Kraft and daughter, Mrs Elmer Hamm and sons, Eagle Grove, and Mrs Earl Benton, Sioux City, visited Sunday at Charles Haam's. Mrs Lorraine Smith and Mrs Calvin were callers. Mrs Marvin Scheffleman had surgery Tuesday at the Belmond hospital. The Waif Waltmans were Wednesday guests at G. E. Hood's, Rutland. The W. E. Gourleys and John Babcock left for Truth or Consequence, N. M., for two weeks. Joan and Jeanne are staying at the David Johnson's. David Nail, Des Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, the Cecil Nails. Cindy Bilbrey, employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents the Earl Gjer- steds. Mrs Dee Wilhite had surgery at the hospital at Rochester on Friday. Mrs Gail Skelley, Mrs Charles Higgle, Mrs HaroM^Brown, birthdays of Dale Yeoman, Mrs -SHEAKLEYS f^ew inventory •PRICE i . .. • . • . • -.""•;- - '. ' - ' •• This Is One Event You Can 1 Must Afford To Mi Winter Items Carried Into The Spring Season . . New Low. Low Prices! Last Call! Continues Rest of the Month Harry Maw and Mrs Ray Perkin attended the cooks meeting at Klemme Tuesday and afterward visited Mrs Lois Chambers. The William Welters, Carroll, were Saturday guests at R. C. Welter's. The Elmer Krauses and Mrs Bjornston were Sunday guests at Marvin Sloan's for the birthday of Elmer Krause. The Lee Williams visited Saturday at Marlin Romp's, Garner. The Gary Williams, Cedar Rapids, were also guests. The Robert DeGrootes were Sunday guests at R. C. Welter's for Dennis DeGroote's birthday. The Jim Gourleys visited Sunday at David Johnson's Jr. Word was received Sunday of the death of Erhardt Unger, at Cannon Falls, Minn. He is the brother of Mrs Fred Yates. The Dale Widens were guests Wednesday at William Erdman's. Carol and Skip Fish, of Des Moines, spent the weekend with their parents, the Albert Fishes. Sunday guests were the John Artzers, Fort Dodge, Gerald Bichardsons, Brett Fish, Britt, and Dave Coleman of Liver- KEEP YOUR on Center For Women* DRUG I JEWELRY * * * Big Things Coming Later This Month! The HUB Clothiers - MID-WINTER — CLEAR A ALL MERCHANDISE FROM REGULAR STOCK! JACKETS Mens & Boys All-Weather COATS Most with zip-out liners Mens were to $21.95 up Sites 38 to 46 Boys were to $16.95 up Sizes 8 to 20 SWEATERS a> Choose from coat, up or pull-ovtr style* — orlon or wool blends Mens were to $1.95 up Sizes 39 to Boys were to $16-95 Sizes 9 to 20 NOW ON SALE WILLIAMS LEUT

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