Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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Ifiwa) A6VAN£E THURSDAY, JAN, 21, FOUR CORNER! CLUB Mf tTS The Pour Corners Mothers & Daughters club met at the home of Gladys Eisenbarth, with Laura Voigt co-hostess. The by-laws were read by Evelyn McNeill. The program was in charge of Shirley Ostwald and Deannp. Gerber. fiach member is asked to bring a homemade article or baked goods of SOc value to the evening party. They will be fined $1 if they don't bring an article or don't come. The evening party will be Feb. 2 at Iki- tliefan school in Whittemorci with pot luck supper starting at 6:30. Bfing owti dishes and silverware* and' sandwiches. . INFANT BAPTISED Baptismal rites were held on Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church for Daniel, infant son of Mr and Mrs Roger Radig, Of Lone Rock. Msgri Geercn officiated. Sponsors Were Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier, of Ventura. A family dinner was held at the home of the grandparents Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman and- included the Lallier children Vickie, Debbie and Christie, the Radigs and son Ronnie, Mrs Eliza Angle and Mrs Sarah Lallier. ATTEND CONVENTION Area elevator operators and wives attending the Gist annual convention of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa at Des Moines this week were the Edmund Otises and Lester Larsons, Wesley; the Walter E. Campneys, J. L. Millers, and Glen Teeters, Burt; and the Lawrence O. Millers; Andrew Marty and Edwin Hanselman* of LuVerne. c 16TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Connie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Derbyshire, entertained at a- slumber party Saturday night in celebration of her 16th birthday. Guests were , Virginia Klein, Sandra Harmes, , Lark Whitteinore, Carol Sloniker, Rose Mino, Barbara Knudson, Becky Hemmingsen and Margaret Utt. NEWCOMERS MEET Newcomers club metTuesday evening at the Algona Hotel New members were Barbara Dailey, Myrtle Dailey, Darline Orton, Elaine Nelson, Mildred Brown, Evelyn Prentiss, Marily Wells and Ellen Ullom. Dorothy Carlson won in 500 and Elaine Nelson was winner at bridge. WEDDING PLANNED' Wedding invitations have been, received here announcing the forthcoming marriage of Don-. na Rae Besch, daughter of the RayN. Besches, Minneapolis, to Dennis Stein, son of the Wayne C. Steins; Feb. 13'at the Church of St. Peter in Richfield, Minn; Mrs Besch is the former Ida - Stoffel. NEW OFFICERS New officers of the Algona Ministerial Union for 1965 are: Pres., Rev. Newton Coughenour, First Methodist; vice, Rev. Rob» ert Lorenz, First Lutheran; sec.- treas., Rev. Merlin Davies, Good Hope Methodist; youth counselor. Rev. Milo Dailey, St. Thomas Episcopal. BEL CANTO MEETS Bel Canto music club met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs John Hayes, assisted by Mesdames Glen Graham and Richard Mawdsley. The program, given by Mrs Keith Christie and' Mrs George Sefrit, was World of Piano. SHOWER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE A miscellaneous shower was held at the home of the Bill Funks for Muriel Zittritsch on Jan. 13. Fifteen ladies attend; ed and the evening was spent playing travel bingo. Pat Reiliy assisted in opening the gifts. SURPRISE DINNER A surprise dinner party was held for the Jim Merrymans to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Jan. 21. Fifteen cou* pies attended. The Merrymans were presented gifts and a cake PAST MATRONS MEET The Past Matrons met at the Fssonic Temple Tuesday for a luncheon. Mrs Everett Steven, of Sexton, who has been Matron the past year, was initiated as Past Matron at this meeting. CARD GROUP MEETS Mrs David King entertained at a card foursome last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Ira Kohl, Mrs Ray Black and. Mrs Mary Dahlhauser. CARP CLUB HOSTESS Mrs EUnei? K«U«y- entertained her card club this week Wed nesday afternoon. It was post- poned from last week. P6T-LUCK CLUB HOSTS Mr and Mrs Keith Christie were hosts to the Couples Potluck supper club Sunday evening. soo CLUB MEETS Mrs Rose Sigsbco entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETING Mrs Waller Klamp will be hostess to her birthday club Friday afternoon. Almanac (Continued from Page 1) day. Feb. 4 — John Wcydert closing out sale. Quinn & Yungc- bcrg, auctioneers. Full sale listing in Advance today. FEB. 5 — Oliver Mathson sale at. farm 2 miles north and 4 miles east of West Bend, or 4 miles south and 3 miles east of Whittemore, or 2 miles west, 6 miles south and 4'/<i miles west of Junction 169 and 18 north of Algona. Machinery and miscellaneous. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in Advance later. Feb. 8 — Alvin Erpelding closing out sale, at south edge of St. Joe. Complete line of good farm machinery. Yungeberg & Kleve; "Red" Madsen, clerk. Full sale details in Advance later. FEB. 10 — Harlan Thompson closing out sale, at farm one mile south and three miles cast of Elmore, Minn. Sale includes 35 head of cattle and complete line of farm machinery. Quinn 8f Clark, auctioneers; First National Banki Elmore, Minn., clerk. Sale details in Advance later. FEB. 12 — Theodore Jacobson closing out sale, at farm located three miles north of Burt and one east. Sale includes complete line of farm machinery. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. FEB. 17 — M. C. Krosch & Son farm auction at farm located three miles north and two west of Ledyard. Sale includes five tractors, 296 head of livestock including sheep, hogs and cattle and full line of machinery. Krosch, Redel & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore; clerk. Sale details in Advance later. FEB: 22 — L. P. "Shorty" Neppl farm sale, at farm located two miles north, two miles west and one mile north of Sherburn, Minn. Sale includes 73 head of purebred and high grade Guernsey cattle plus full line of machinery, Wedel, Clark & Kahler, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Sherburn, Clerk. Full sale details later. A.H.S. seniors rank high in national tests The guidance office of Algona high school reports that only one of the 55 seniors who took the American College Testing Program (ACT) scored below the national median. Two students ranked in the 99th percentile with standard scores of 29 and 31. Five students ranked in the 98th percentile with a standard score of 28. Nineteen were in the 89th to 97th percentile group with standard scores of 24 to 27; fourteen with standard scores of 21-23 were in the 78th to 88th percen* tile. Fourteen students ranked in the 52nd to 77th percentiles with standard scores between 16 and 20. ACT scores measure the student's achievement in 4 areas; it one of twi wttktMl crasht* Maurice E. Fickbolm, Rodman, suffered a cut left hand early Sunday morning when his 1965 Falcon went out of control and ran off the road 1% miles south of the Kossuth County Home on the blacktop road. The accident occurred at 5 a.m. Fickbolm's 1965 Falcon sustained $1800 in damage. He reported to authorities he fell asleep at the wheel. In another weekend crash, Darwin Nauman, 18 of Lone Rock, escaped injury when his car struck a bridge railing and then slid into a creek l k -mile! south of Lakota about 3 p.m. i Deputy Sheriff Don Wood in-! yestigated. Nauman was travel-1 ing west and turned north and; his machine slid into the bridgei railing, then ended standing on end" ifi the creefe. The machine; had $250 total damage. i —POLICY Y«u CAR •« ftfff WNm ¥«u Itofi FAftf> WAY, That Y*u WIM fet Tfct SAVINGS ADVANTAGES Af All f Hi Uwe»t Prieei Far Equal QUALITY. Y«o'H SAVE C.th by Shopping FAftfwAY. ' We reserve the fight to limit quantities P¥fe«* Efftiti* Jiri, 27 Thru Feb. 3 w- -^^r-^^^-* USDA CHOICE BEEF HAS MANY BRANDS AND LABELS. TH6R1 I* ONLY ONE U. S. D; A. CHOICE BEEF, FAREWAY FEATURES THIS GOVERNMENT GRADED BEEF FOR YOUR SATISFACTION OF FINE FLAVOR AND TENDERNESS — EXTRA WELL TRIMMED, USDA GHOIEE Sirloin Steaks T-Bone Steaks ib BKITT — ALWAYS TASTY BOLOGNA RENWICK — MILD and MELLO LONGHORN CHEESE POT ROA LEAN Fillet of GOOCH'S BRER RABBIT Waffle Syrup qt. Botl.. 33C : NESTLES SWEET C o c o a M i x Ib. Can 49C FESTAL HUNT'S Apricots 4 : '™ 98c HUNT'S 2 Pears NO: 2* CQ ft '; CANS . U W V HUNT'S 3 No. 300 Cans 59 C DOUMAK MINIATURE lQi/2 Oz. Pkg. HUNT'S Peaches 98 c NO.2j/i CANS HUNT'S HUNT'S WHOLE MARGARINE Blue Bonnet 4 1 Lb. Pkge. 1.00 CREAMETTES JUNIORETTES or Spaghetti 6 oz. pkg. I KLEENEX Facial Tissue 3 400 Cnt, Boxes 69c OREO Cookies 39c FREE! DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY & SATURDAY Dr. Pepper 39c Carnage NEW LIQUID CLEANER Top Job ***" 67 65c FABRIC SOFTENER Downey Quart Bottle HERSHEY'S Lb. C«n Chocolate Syrup 19c POWDERED CLEANSE ft Comet 4 Pack Bathroom 37c FOR AUTOMATICS Salvo Box 65c HiRSHiY'S 1ft Pack Bag 39 c Six Pack Plus Deposit AREWAY I ( ONONiU \I 1 <>()!> i>i:s

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