Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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Eastern Star school for Burt dated Surf — Eastern Star.meets Feb. 9 at the hall. The iitinual school of instruction will be held Feb. 25 with Clara Shilts, Algona District instructor. Other schools will be held Feb. 3 at Armstrong, Feb. 13 at Algona, Feb. 22 at Buffalo Center, and Garner Mar. 15. SCHOOL IS DATED O.E.S. Past Matrons club will have a night meeting Thursday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. with initiation. Hostesses are Ethel Dfefn- mel, Lulu Mawcott and Gladys Hawcott. Roll call is recollection of first year in school. Entertainment is by Ruth Alice Pat- tersott, Mary Georgia Hansen and Mabeline Lovstad. BANQUET HELD U & 1 Circle had an annual banquet at the Cunningham Cafe Jan. 28. Because of illness and zero weather there was small attendance. Present were the Robert Anguses, Ed Larsons, Russell Pattersons, Ervin Ulses- es, Raymond Westlings, Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Neoma Junkermeier and Gladys Hawcott. The next meeting will be Feb. 9 at Adelta Ulses's. The program is extension lessons GUEST NIGHT HELD Mumboldt Jan. 24 the Ralph 01- 2 LB. BAG OF TIME POPCORN ENOUGH TO MAKE 8 GALLONS OF POPPED CORN Why do we make this offer? Because many people who have never tried Jolly Time "imply cannot believe such an amazmg pop com is possible. But once you try it and discover how much better it pops-so much lighter, fluffier and crispy-tencfer-you 11 be a lolly Time fan from then on. bo . . . « you mail the coupon at g? Bottom o^th« ad we will send you a STORE LOUt-uiN "good foT a TWO^OUND BAG of JoU^ Time at your grocer's, ABSOLUTELY FREE. One to a^amily, please. But hurry. This offer good for a limited time only. NOTHING TO BUY SEND FOR YOUR FREE COUPON MAIL TO: JOLLY TIME POP CORN, SIOUX CITY, IOWA Please send me a STORE COUPON good for a two pound bag of Jolly Time Pop Corn, absolutely free. Name- Address. City Zone- State. to live hotter you Deed ... enough switches, for convenience and safety 0 ,., enoufh outlets, so you can "plug in" wonderful electric appliances anywhere you wish .. enough wiring circuits, to carry the electricity where you want it, Ask your electrician about a wiring check-up for your home... to be sure your wiring i§ ready for BETTER LIVING, ELECTRICALLY! Algoni Municipal Htilitks sons had their son, Kim LeRoy, baptized, and the Harold Hinners, Gilmore City, had their Burt Woman's club guest night! daughter Joan Mane baptized. 7 o'clock dinner was held Mon- ;Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Hinners are day at Burt Methodist church. ; sisters. The Olson family were The organ prelude was by Rev. guests of the Hinners. Win. Scheer. An original skit, | Barbara Tompkins was home Letters.... To the Editor Dear Editor: For Husbands", was given by from nurse training at Metho- j Senator Goldwater has advo- Ruth Patterson, Helen Smith, Be-! dist hospital in Des Moines for catcd the prompt termination of nita Mitchell, Lois Scheer. "A ; the weekend. Sunday the Ver- f arm subsidy programs Chas Stranger Within a Strange Land" : non Tompkins family, Garry shunnn nre'sident of the Ameri' was by S&lvador de Souza, for- Krafts, and Jerry Hawkins went ™r^rm Bureau FederS" eien exchange student from Bra- to Rochesfor Minn to attend . .,._ a ' in . ", u YT u _:.?.. -, 11 ?" 1 eign exchange student from Bra- \ to Rochester, Minn, zil. services at Grace Conservation speech tilt is announced The fourth annual Soil and Water Conservation speech contest has been announced by Julius Raas. chairman of the district County to attend Lutheran works toward the same objective. The only difference be- Birthday Circle will me Feb. 11 with Mrs. Ella Sigsbee. Bill Hamilton returned to Ver- , . . ; ,, . uve. i ne oniy uuierence DC- church, where the granddaugli- twocn Ulcm is shuman wollld et ter, Cynthia LeAnn. daughter of makl , ,, _ .. prnfhlnl " tm-minatinn commissioners. I The contest dents in junior and senior high is open to stu- The Stanley Olsons left Fri- million, S. D. Monday. He was,taken to the hospital by ambu home for the weekend. lance. She has severe back pains. The Larry Westlings went to Sioux Rapids Friday and returned Sunday. They attended the wedding of Karen Kas and Michael Hannerhahn Saturday at the Catholic church in Sioux Rapids. They will live in Omaha. the Win. Mayhevvs was baptized. insteac , of .. prompr . ln cithci . Mrs. Gcorpc Hood has boon C;)SO termination would be clis- niake it a "gradual" termination schools in Kossuth from grades aslrous for the farm income. Government economists have contended that such termination i „ ,-. " _, . . . . .• >- VI I l,t-1 I Vt^LI Llini. OWV*1I US-I I t II 1 Id 11UI1 day for bioux City to join other wouk , reduce Uie farmer's in- members of the Salad Master Co conic by some 50% below the to fly to Miami and then take a )ow ]cv( ;] Caribbean cruise to Porto Rico Thc prcsont p arm p rog ram nt1S i l\7lltmt-lTnlnl'tj-lrt . _ * - *•* now is. and Virgin Islands. The Richard Mathesons, man- 7 through 12. Contestants will give a speech of at least Five minutes and no longer than ten minutes. The subject of I lie speech will he "Mow Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future". Contestants will he iml«"d on originality, aptness of thought, Guests Sunday at Raymond Westling's were the Val Gene the directors, Harold Berge, the Westlings and Mrs. Olive Per- Maurice Aasheims, Don Aures. has been of great value to far-' atul tne manner in niers, and bolstered the national speech is presented. ager of Farmer's elevator, and rarm ' income by gome $6 billion fU " '' IT—1-1 « *!,„ J son. Guests Sunday of Myrtle Zwie- be allowed to use not'>s and a copy o!' their ., „ t r ,.,. , _ T . The Iowa A.S.C.S., Dec. 30, .manuscript so thai it can he Russell Jensens Gilbert Nelsons. sak , farmcrs of Kossuth rccciv- 'Judged. Irwin Olsons, Harold Reclines 0[ , diversion anc j suonort mv- \ Contestants fel were the Gary Zwiefels and and Ralph Reelings attended the mcnt in 1964 of $3,754,279.00 in f sending their Brian Zwiefels. J. L. Miller attended a co-op meeting in Ames Friday. The Millers were weekend guests of lier sister the Owen Hopkins, who will marry Duane Lensing Feb. 13. Fortnightly 'grain dealers convention in DCS Moines last week. Director Harry Nelson did not attend. Harold Hanson went to the hospital last Wednesday for a check-up. The Mark Hollands and Clyde club will meet i Thatchers went to Plainfiehl mnv en t"r -by name, address, acres Iowa farmers received $192,769,339.00 and idled 3,558,364 acres. Had these acres been planted to corn Iowa's corn would have been bushels more. crop alone 200,000,000 The program during 1963 and Feb. 12 at Ethel Dremmel's. [Thursday to visit the..former's. , B w wS Cdal if? or many nJT**n Ti *>-« uVr\rIvM^lrc'r\M o vi r\ nn»i TO n K,i,,4 T3 «11« « -1 . •* Mrs. Jim Fredrickson and son Robert Rolland. Marie Rockwell spent Tbursday to Saturday with her father, L. H. Riedel. In the obituary of Mrs. Chas. Larsen Monday the names of three sisters were inadvertently missed, Josephine Dittmer, Emma Dittmer, and Mrs. Albert Granzow, all of Algona. Frances McDonald spent the weekend at home, returning Sunday to Sioux City. Bode students inducted in honor group Bode — Twin Rivers entered the for Nathe Parent night supper by St. Joe club ; other states. The cost to the nation really amounts to nothing since even with this aid and name of school, name of teacher, and photo to the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District, Box 397, Algona. Local awards will be $15 for first, $10 for second, and $5 Tor third. Recognition will be given for regional and state winners. ' H Last years Kossuth sneech contest winner was Stanley Tjaden, Lakota. Deadline for entering is Feb. 26. PROBATt NO. 3647 NOtlCE 0* APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You arc hereby notified that all persons Attorney for indebted to said estate ore requested to Algona, Iowa make immediate payment to the under- Address signed, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of January, 1965. Alice M. Kennedy Administrator of said Estate Denver, Colorado Address H. W. Miller Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 4th dav of February, 1965. Published in the Alqona Kossuth County Advance, Algona. Iowa, Jan. 28, and Feb. 4, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERMAN NEITZEL, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8633 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN T*IE , ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the | 25th dav of Januar/, 1965, the last will! and testament of the above named do-1 cedenl, bearing date the 30th dav nf March, 1964, was admitted to nrobate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of sa''l estate. Notice is aivcn that all person indebted lo said estate are requested to make immediate pavmenl to the undersigned, and creditors havina claims aoainsl said es- lote shall file them with tho clerk of the above named district court as provided by law. duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six monfhs from the second publication of this notice (un. less otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 25th dav of January, 1965. Derward Neitzel Executor of said Estate Whittemore, Iowa Address ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, P66. 4, 1MS Attorney for sold Executor Dote of second publication 4th day of February, 1965. Published ' " ' " In the Advance, Algoho Kowuth Algona, Iowa, Mgona, Ic 4, 1<>65. ter. students this year in tional Honor Society first time. Students inducted Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21 in the assembly room with Principal Elaine Ward in charge were Seniors: Cathy Collins, Judy Bernard Schade had his ton- Garman, Mary Hawkins^ Esther sils removed at St.. Ann hospital Macintosh, Rita Nielsen and in Algona Thursday. James Oppedahl. Juniors: Cheryl Mrs. Robert Altman entered protection the total net return to the farm groups has been too low. There is no nation on earth where people can buy more or better food with an hour's work than in the United States. Farmers are not now and never have been overpaid. 1 I do not know of a single civ- Joe — The 4-H Trojans jii zec j ) non-communist nation on club held annual parents night eartn that does not maintain a pot luck 6 some sort of in St. Joseph's Berte led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call, England Wales, Scotland and was answered with a New Years Northern Ireland have a popu- Resolution with one member lation of 10 o million of which missing. Estimate of the feed the f arm ers constitute some 4% budget was made. Tom McGuire and supply about 50% of the led the 4-H Pledge. The club na ti on 's food, will participate in the annual In a lettcr to me rj e c. 30, 1964, county basketball tourament Leslie Qsborne of the British with a junior and senior team. Embassy in Washington, says The next meeting will be at Al- that termination of farm income vin Berte's with Dennis Bertc suppor ts would be disastrous host. Marvin Kohlhaas is repor-' for British agriculture and that 4-H club news RIVERDALE RUSTLERS II Riverdale Rustlers II met Jan. 7, at the St. Joe school hall. ledge to the flag was led by pro " j Mary Reding, and Kathy Plathe " m ° 1 the 4-H pledge. Illustrated by Jean Reding, was ' by Sandy O'Brien and Kathy' Plathe. All brought fancy bottles which were filled with water and colored to match samples of material. Sandy O'Brien was hostess. Re- Michelle Thilgcs. Heggen, Margaret Olson, Bob Roethler and Elizabeth Wickre. Sophomores: David Hoyt and Geri Vedirk. Prof. Cockrill and the parents of these students were guests. A reception followed the ceremonies when coffee and rolls were served. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of Lutheran ALCW will meet: Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. Mary Martha at Mrs. Leo Kinseth's, Mrs. Garmon Rolland co-hostess. Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. Young Matrons, Fireside room, hostesses, Mrs. James Jacobson and Mrs. Garmon Pflibsen. Feb. 17 at 2:30 p.m. Gleaners at Mrs. Orlando Grefstad's, co-hostess, Mrs. Allan Olson. Feb. 18 at 2 p.m. Altar Guild, Fireside room, hostesses, Mrs. Laura Wendt, Mrs. Thor Selvig. Feb. 18 at 2:30 Ruth at church parlors, hostesses, Mrs. Thor 'Olson, Mrs. Sam Thorsland. Mrs. Harold Skaugstad had as guests Friday Mrs. Maggie Schrieber and Mrs. Rich Fullerton, Livermore, Mrs. Hilda Enger, Mrs. Helga Lee and Mrs. Walter Bakken. The Hal Jensens, Humboldt, visited the Skaugstads Saturday and the Al Kingerys were Sunday callers. At the Methodist church in St. Ann's hospital in Algona Thursday as a medical patient. Sister N. Delores O.S.B. and Sister Rose Marie O.S.B., Sioux City, spent last weekend here with the former's sister, Mrs;; Irene Bormann. The Alphonse Bertes left Thursday for a trip through southern States. The Frank Bormanns, Davenport, visited here with their daughter, the Mrs. Maurice Redings, and also visited with other relatives here last week. Mrs. Peter Becker was guest Thursday of Mrs. Peter Kirsch when the R-Nu club met. Receiving prizes at 500 were Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. N. J. Weydert. Mrs. Adeline Wagner has the club Feb. 25. The George Hams, Ames, spent the weekend with Mrs. Ham's parents, the Ed Bor- manns, and also attended the Becker-Ludwig wedding in Algona Saturday. The George Wagners, St. Joe, and Nick Redings, Algona, returned Friday after a six weeks visit with relatives in Phoenix, Ariz. their price guarantee laws interfere very little with essential liberties of Britain's farmers. A careful reading of the Britain's farm subsidy law reveals Britain's farmers are subsidized to such an extent that they receive full 100% parity prices for practically all produce. Farmers of Iowa sell some 4% billion pounds of hogs and market some 3 billion, 887 million pounds of beef cattle annually. Since "parity" price is admittedly the just price Iowa's farm income on hogs and cattle alone is deficient by some 350 million dollars each year. Mr. Shuman is guilty of disservice to farm families when he opposes the establishment of justice in income for our nation's food producers by our government as he frequently does in speeches before Chambers of Commerce meetings. The government is the only organization with the necessary power to properly handle the problem. Furthermore all other groups have income protection by the government in some manner. Geo. Patterson Burt, Iowa Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! LGgal IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THt^MATTER •••' ••' ,. i OF THE ESTATE OF GEORGE F. GRIMSEHL, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8634 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You arc hereby notified that on the 25th day of January, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 18th day of July, 1960, 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 lo the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless oterwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter bo forever barred. Dated this 25th day of January, 1965. Rosa M. Grimschl Executor o( said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 4th day of February, 1965. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 28, and Feb. 4, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRED SELICHNOW. 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