Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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^^^^^^''^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ff^^^'^^PWMWM^^BBmB Bear Facts B/ ANITA NURRE All the students received their report cards last week. There has been an improvement in the number of students on the honor roll, especially boys. —GHS— The change in the lunch program will go into effect on Feb. 1. This change was made by the student council working with Father Conway. It is expected to make our lunch program much more efficient. —GHS— On Jan. 22, a but load of ttu- dents were taken to Newman for our game there. The "Bears" victory over Ft. Dodge, St. Edmond's, on Tuesday, Jan. 26, gave them a chance to go to Carroll and compete for first place in the D.Y.O. Tournament. Several buses filled with cheering students went along to back them. Tom Derner, one of the famous "Golden Bears", was injured several weeks ago at practice and thus is not able to play in the tournament games. \Ve wish him a speedy recovery. At a pep rally on Tuesday, Jan. 26, tire boys were given a chance to try to make posters for the game. One boy was chosen from each class and given material for a poster. Those chosen were: Senior, Bill Hall (the winner???); Junior, Don Potlhoff; Sophomore, Dick Muller; and Freshman, Jack Muller. Several cheers were done by the cheerleaders who were backed loudly by the students. —GHS— This year's retreat was a great success. The retreat master, Father Kocstcr, was a wonderful speaker. The retreat was closed on Friday with a Solemn High Mass at St. Cecelia's in AJ- gona, after which the students were dismissed. —GHS— In Senior English classes, the students arc to write papers on one of their favorite authors. —GHS— In Biology, they are beginning the study of the human body. The students are instructed by Mr. Daughcrty who is assisted by a nameless "dummy" which can be taken apart to show the different parts of the body. —GHS— Linda Adams was chosen to receive the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award. She was chosen as a result of the tests taken by all Senior girls several months ago. Congratulations, Linda!! —GHS— This year's "Garrigold" is being put. together very quickly by the efficient staff. We wish to give special thanks to Sister Mary Retlempta who has made tjhis year's and .every jother ; yearbook the greatest ever. , •'• • . —— !$. iU;. The, Walter PetersoVis visited her'^parents the Jl. V'^Cbokes^ Emmetsburg, S a t.u r d,a y. Mjs. Cook is recovering ; from a back injury received in a fall but no hospitalization is necessary.. Bulldogs sweep past winless Hampton Algona high school's Bulldogs had little difficulty with the winless Hampton basketball (cam here Friday night, as they defeated the visitors 73-52. The win gives the Bulldogs a record of six wins and five losses in conference action. They have now won three in a row, over Humboldt, Webster City, and Hampton. Next outing will be against Clear Lake here on Friday night. The Lakers arc currently in second place in the conference with 9 wins and two losses. Algona had a cold first half, during which they missed several easy layups, but came back strong to beat Hampton without too much trouble. Algona was ahead at halftimc 35-27. Dale Teeter ended the game with 24 points, most of which came in the second half, and Steve Hardy added 16. Merry- man, i5sf>c and Priebc got 9, 8, and 6 points respectively. The junior varsity won the opener 50-43. ALGONA (73) fg ft pf Mcrryman 4 1-1 4 Teeter 10 4-6 3 Priebc 3 0-0 3 Espc 4 0-0 3 Hardy _ 6 4-4 2 Maahs 0 0-0 1 Dau - 0 0-0 1 Perkins 1 1-1 0 Meyer 10-01 Walker 2 1-2 0 TOTALS 31 11-15 18 HAMPTON (52) fg ft pf Paton 2-1-2 1 Butler 8 2-2 3 Judy 4 7-12 2 Hay 20-0 2 Juncker 1 1-2 2 Harper _0 3-4 .3 Van Welt 1 2-2 0 Taylor 0 0-1 0 TOTALS 18__16-25_.l3 PIZZA Now available a» FINN'S BAKERY 120 EAST STATE 295-5213 ALGONA Phone rates for distance are lowered Starting Feb. 1, it's going to cost, less to make station-to-sta- lion long distance, telephone calls to many out-of-state cities, .John Claude, Northwestern Bell manager, reports. ' • Lower "evening" rates will also be in effect throughout Saturday and lowest rates of all will apply all day Sunday as well as alter 8'p.m. during the rest of the week. Lowest nighttime rates on calls between states start one hour earlier, at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m. The same rates will also be in effect all day Sundays. These lowest rates apply on interstate calls to communities more than 220 miles away. For example, the" maximum charge for a "three-minute call from Algona to any place in the continental United States ex- H'l I I ! I I I 1 •! I -H-H-M-H-H-M-H I » H 'I I -1 H--H- •l--i--l-M-+-l--1-H"l-+-H--H-H--|"t-->"l--l--»-H--H~r-l--l--l"jH">"»"»"»"l'-»"l As seen on fh« cover of MODERN BRIDE The Ingenue lilhpuerte, fragile and lovely in imported rayort organxa. Neckline if encircled With 3-P VenUe lace. Skirt iweeps to a watteatf Chapel train. White only. AUo available with plain lona iletvt*! "A complete wedding including FREE WEDDING BROCHURE" *N^jtat»^-^..'i'^J*^i. ftTPfgB-i -'*w^ w »«w^^»^ t -. > • •'**-'• "Algona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" eept Alaska will be 90c or less. Week day evening rates for station-to-station calls to other states will also apply throughout the day on Saturday up to 8 p.m., at which time lowest night rates will go into effect, lasting all day Sunday and until 4:30 a.m. Monday, v••<• "The new. rate arrangements will make it possible to give customers better service on their long distance callsV"- 1 'Claude said. "By spreading the low- rate calling hours over a much longer time, we hope to''Hvoid the concentrated periods bf "extra heavy calling which;''often caused delays on calls." Services for Swea Cityan on Monday Funeral services for f*erdir nand Stecker, 44, Swea u City, will be Monday at 1:30 pith, at Good Hope Lutheran ' Titonka, with Rev A. F. mann officiating. Mr Stecker had been eral months with a heart Bailment. He was born Jan. 7:,19'20 at Titpnka; He had made * his home in the Swea City area'for 12 years. Surviving are lu's step-mo'th'ef, Mrs Greta Stecker, Lakota'V five sisters and six brothers: Mis Leo Seibert, Des MoihesV Mrs Kenneth Dreig, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs Charles Banks, Santa Ana, Calif.: Mrs Gerhard'jKlas- se, Knapt, Wis.; Mrs Robert Grabgo, Minneapolis; .Martin, of Titonka; Bruno, Thompson; Albin, Woden; George, Tucson, Ariz.; Fred Jr., Lakota; and Stanley, of Boone. Swea City American Legion will conduct military rites. o VISIT MEXICO John Phillips and another student from Grinnell have spent the semester break on a trip to Mexico. They left by car Jan. 22 and arrived back Saturday. Both boys are photography enthusiasts and found a wealtii of material there. They'will be back in school today. Mr and Mrs James Merryman will leave Monday by plane for Hawaii. They will visit Maxine's sister Mr and Mrs Cliff 1 Hoskins, Ewa Beach, Oahu. Enroute they plan to stop near San Fraacisco to visit othej\ relatives. They will be gone three weeks. Ten sales in February listed today Ten farm sales are now listed for February in the Advance and three of them are advertised in today's paper, Sales listed thus far for the month are as follows: »b. 3 — Henry Rustemier closing out sale near Bancroft. Quinn & Clark are the auction* e<jrs and sale details appeared in the Advance last Thursday. Feb. 4 — John Weydert closing out sale. Quinn & Yungc- berg, 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'/4 miles west of Junction 169 and 18 north of Algona. Machinery and miscellaneous. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in Aava nee.today. FEB.. 8 —.Martin Peterson sale, at farm located 5 miles cast, one south of Ceylon, Minn. Sale includes full line of machinery and 14 head of sheep. Clark, Clark & Wedel, auctioneers; State Bank of , Ceylon, Clerk. Sale details Thursday in the Advance. . . . Feb. )f — Alvin Erpelding closing out sale, at south edge of St. Jote. .Complete line of good farm machinery. Yungeberg & Kleve; "Red" Madsen, clerk. Full taie details in Advance today. FEB. 10 — Harlan Thompson closing out saie, at farm one mile south and three miles east ol Elmore, Minn. Sale includes 35 head of cattle and complete line of farm machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, . Minn., clerk. Sale details in Advance today:-' 1 • • • '. if j.": ' • '. . - ' l ' ' . ; ' ' FEB.' 12 — Theodore Jacobson closing out sale, at farm locate'^:' three miles north of Hurt arid one east. Sale includes complete line of farm machinery. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers;' Bui't savings Bank, clerk. .Full sale Details in Advance soph, UFEB. 16 — Eldo Brurisen Estate,^-mile south of Cylinder, iy 2 miles west, 3 miles south and Ortte-half west of Cylinder, bale r .Includes two John Deere tractors and full line of ma- chinervf. Clark & Clark,,auction- tiers; Cylinder State Bank,' clerk, sale'details in Advance, later. .'•• FIB. 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 Sher burn, Minn. Sale includes 73 head Qt purebred and high grade Guernsey cattle plus full fine of machinery. Wedel, Clark & Kahler, auctioneers; Farmers State ;Bank, Sherburn, Clerk. Full sale details later. Twt MiMiiili an fipiflN two accidents were reported to the sheriffs office last weekend, Cars driven by Rose Ann Mon< dtagoti and August Hennings were involved in an accident at Whittemore, with $25 damage to the Mondragon car and $2ao to the Hennings car. A truck driven by Floyd 0, Stanley; Omaha, was involved in a crash on two parked cars at the Weidenhoff plant. The rear dual wheels of the truck struck the Leonard C. DahlhaUser car and pushed it into the Dale A. firunson car. The Dahlhauser car had $150 damage and Bronson car $20 damage estimated. CAMS COLLIDE Friday night at 10 o'clock cars driven by Ron Michael Nelson and Arliss M. Rich collided at the corner of Kennedy and Hall streets. Damage to the Nelson damage Was done to the right side of the Rich auto. HITS PARKED TRUCK A car driven by Gary R. Rusk collided with a parked truck on South Main street about 11:30 Thursday. He turned the corner off McGregor street and skid* ded on ice into an Everds truck which was parked on the left side of the street. Damage to the fenders on the left side of the Rusk vehicle was estimated at $250. The truck had about $75 damage. No charges were filed. CHURCH OFFICERS ELECTED The Regular Baptist church held their annual business meeting Monday night. The following officers were elected: Warren Andreason, Deacon; Jerry Lewis and Harvey Graham, Trustees; Don Mains, Treasurer; •-ALOONA (!•*•) ADVANCE MONDAY, Plii 1, IMS WINS IN Of BATE Ronald Tschetter, son of Mrs. Joe Tschetter, and a senior student at Western Michigan college in Kalamazoo, Mich., won a third place certificate at the state varisity discussion tournament at Olivet College. The tournament featured three rounds of discussion on poverty in the U. S. One of Ron's teammates was awarded first place. By having two of the first five winners WMU received the team title and championship. MOVING TO ALABAMA Dr. Harold Morgan will begin work Feb. i at Auburn university in Auburn, Alabama. His job has to do with writing an atlas on a species of quail for Marian Mains, Clerk; Charles' laboratory experimental work. Joens, S. S. Supt.j Jack Urn-! Mrs. Morgan, Kossuth county vehicle was approximately $250 baugh, Church Moderator; Earl | Home Economist, and the child to the front end. About $750 LOSS, S. S. Treasurer. ren plan to move in March. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Uiher ' 1111 Lutheran church women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Darrel Jones hostess. Mrs Loren Daniel conducted the meeting since the president, Mrs Bertha Jacobson is in the hospital. The Rev Robert J. Le- Mont gave the lesson. Airman and Mrs Jay Frieden, of Grand Forks, N. D., came Saturday to visit his parents, the Ray Friedens, for a week. Terry Frieden, at Iowa City, spent the semester break with his parents. The Edward Zinnels were Tu- Hutzell's f ACCOUNT BOOKS SCHOOL ANP OFFICi SgPPLIfS Tax Time Aids! LEDGERS LfP£fR BUY OR RENT ADDIN6 MACHINES, CALCULATORS AND TYPEWRITERS "Wi fervipe everything we sell at Hutiell's in Algon«" esday visitors at Richard Kra use's, 'LuVerne. Mrs Edward Zinnel had a Samba party Wednesday after ijpon. Guests were Mrs W. G Cooper, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Mike Coyle and Mrs Roy Telford, . The Percy Watnems returned from the grain dealers convention at Des Moines Wednesday. Mary Nessen, West Bend, accompanied them home. She had visited her father, Ed Nessen, surgical patient at Veterans hospital in Des Moines. /Sir, and Mrs. Harvey Koehl and Ruby Fehr of Hancock, Minn,, Dennis and Neil Schmid- g«U of Morris, Minn., were Sunday afternoon callers at the Victor Banwart home. Carroll Olson and his daughter Penise, six, celebrated their Jan, 26 birthdays Sunday afternoon. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. girl Osborn and Jon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Osborn of Cylinder, Mr- ind Mrs- Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon EUingson and three sons of West Concord, lUnn. spent the weekend at the Melvin ElUngson home. (Jtody Struthers, daughter of Mr. gnd Mrs. Eugene Struthers, celebrated her sixth birthday Monday. The fourteen girls from her kindergarten class were invited to her home for. a which began with a ooou PROCLAMATION 1965 Children's Dental Health Week February 7-13 WHEREAS, many of the citizens and members of the dental profession of this municipality are concerned with the prevention of dental disease; and WHEREAS, early preventive measures and education of children and youth can aid in preventing a large part of the incidence of dental disease, especially tooth decay, and can help to ensure the good dental health of future generations of adults: NOW, THEREFORE, I, Wm. J. Finn, Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim the week of February 7 through 13, 1965, as Children's Dental Health Week in Algona, and urge that ail citizens and all community organizations join in the observ'-" 1 ance. IN. WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Algona to be affixed, this 27th day of January, 1965. WM. J. FINN MAYOR enneut RUT * 3 DAYS ONLY! — Thurs. • Sat., Feb. 4-61 ALWAYS RUST BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH 5x7" photograph, for only 59 C Ntft'flart lifMt •** nature! •miltft Po your bsby»br*gging with a tifwl photo , •, /'worth more thin thousand words," Q§t » completely finish?4 photograph for only §H You will not be urged to buy but If you wish the rema jiiing poses they're yours for 1.85 for the first, 1.85 fpy the g&d ana II for ftny additional, PIXY PIN-UPS IXClUSIViU AT PiNNfY'S HOURS: A9i WWT 5 years, O&e or two children per family mil be photographed gjngly for §9* eajh for thf grst pietttrt, Each additional child under five, J.50.

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