Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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No. Kossuth family has four winners at the Algona band festival in 1964. She has been active in 4-1! arid plans to attend the university at Attics, with courses in pfe-vetefinary medicine. She is the daughter of the Orville Thoresons. The four cousins have vastly different interests: Caryl Lar- Whett Petrea sett, daughter of the Harvey C. Thoresoti won the Homemaker Larsons, is a sophomore at St. of Tomorrow award this year at Olaf's college, Northfield, work- Swea City Community school, ing for a bachelor of music de- she became the fourth member gree; Carmen Larsen, senior at of the family to carry off this St. Olaf, is majoring in English honor since 1958. Karen Goracz- and minoring in speech, kowski, a cousin, won it in 1958; Karen Goraczkowski, now Mrs. arid Carrnen and Caryl Larsen, Richard Harrison, Chelmsford, sisters, won it in 1961 and 1963. Mass., is the daughter of the The Wendell Ditsworths had The four girls are all grand- Walter Goraczkowskis. She re- their card club Sunday. Mrs. La- daughters of Mrs. Otto Larsen, ceived a bachelor of science de- verne Larson and Jim Koons re- Swea City, and the first four of gree in home economics at'c^ved high scores. her granddaughters to graduate Ames. She became the mother of Tuesday at school and received a gash in his forehead which required 10 stitches. Stitches were taken out Monday, and the cast taken from his arm. He had been kicked by a pony Dec. 5, resulting in a broken left arm. i BREAKS COLLAR BONE Douglas Joimson, 10, Sort of the Mervin Johnsons, fell on the ice at school Wednesday and broke a collar bone. He wears an elastic bandage and has his right arm in a sling. He went back to school Monday. from high school. Petrea has re- a daughter, Barbara Joanne, last ceived many other honors with Nov. 21, the Shorthorn Lassie title in 1963, Regional Soil Conservation HEAD IS GASHED Queen in 1964 and representa- Mike Paul, 9, son of the Mar- tive of Swea City as band queen lin Pauls, fell on the ice last The Floyd Brekkes visited his sister at Lewisville, Neb., Saturday through Monday. The Ed Frerichs called at FORENOON AUCTION SALE As I am moving and the place I have rented doesn't have any milking facilities. I will sell the following personal property, including my entire herd of BROWN SWISS CATTLE, bnOOL) SOWS and other equipment. Located from Britt, 2 miles west and 1 mile south; from Wesley, 7 miles east and 1 mile south. THURSDAY, FEB. 11 9:30 A.M. 49 HIGH QUALITY BROWN SWISS 9—Fresh Nov. 9, 5th calf 10—Fresh Sept. 26, 3rd calf 11—Fresh Sept. 30, 2nd calf 12—Fresh Oct. 10, 3rd calf 13—Fresh by sale day, 2nd calf 14—Heavy Springer, 2nd calf 15—Heavy Springer, 4th calf 16—Heavy. Springer, 2nd calf 1—Fresh Jan. 11, 5th calf 2—Fresh Jan. 17, 3rd calf 3—Fresh Dec. 9, 3rd calf 4—Fresh Dec.3, 3rd calf 5—Fresh Nov. 21, 5th calf 6—Fresh Oct. 24, 4th calf 7_Fresh Oct. 17, 3rd calf 8—Fresh Nov. 16, 4th calf 5 — 2 year old heifers, to freshen April & May 10 Heifers, 10 to 16 months old, (open) 3 Heifers, 4 months old 7 Yearling Steers 7 Small Calves, (3 bulls, 4 heifers) 1 Brown Swiss Bull, (2Vz years old) Cows and heifers calfhood vaccinated, all clean, Bangs, and T.B. tested. Mr. Arndorfer has been raising Brown Swiss cattle for 20 years. DAIRY EQUIPMENT SURGE MILKER 3 Buckets (2 seamless), pipeline for 18 cow,s Star 7 can low lift milk cooler, 2 years old, with agitator Jamesway drinking cups for 18 cows 15 gal. hot water heater McCormick 3-F self washing cream separator Cans and Strainers 6 Steel Stanchions FARM MACHINERY 1947 1 Ton Truck — V-8 with Combination box 1—12 ft. Marshalltown field cultivator 1—M. M. 2-16" Slat Plow 1—M. M. 2-16" Plow 1—John Deere 2-16" Plow 1—15 ft. Case Disc 1—Windpower left cut windrower 1—IHC No. 25, 7 ft. Mower 1—1HC No. 30 Loader 1—IHC 2-row Mtd. Planter, H or M Mtd. 1—John. Deere Speed Jack Miscellaneous — Hudson electric tank heater; 3 h.p. electric motor; 80 steel posts; 20 rds. woven wire (like new); barb wire; 2 rope hay carrier; 200 ft. barn rope; wood burning tank heater; 200 gal. water tank on steel wagon. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before sale; no property removed from premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents, should any occur. BEN ARNDORFER Quinn & Leek, Auctioneers First State Bank, Britt, Clerk Portland Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs, ftcnry Smith ancland Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Den- Romona, Mr. and Mrs. Jake nis Meistcr and Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Richad Bristow and family were Weber, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mar-1 Tuesday evening guests in the low and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wayne Eckels home, in honor of Mcister. Mrs. Wayne Eckels birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven left M n ernar[ i phclos is still in Sunday for Excelsior Springs, tl M ' s ' , ' ' , ^ '§ still in Mo., where Jay will have tnc Park hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert attended the open house at-the Lutheran church at Lakota in'treatment. They plan to be gone Mrs. Pheips- scay was prolonged Two showers are given at Bode church Bode — A miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. John Pederson, nee Cora McKay, at the* jUtheran church in Bode Jan. 4. Hostesses were: Mrs. Robert Bakken, Mrs. Harold Berge, Mrs. larry Dasen, Mrs. Art Hanson, Mrs. Marian Harris, Mrs. Hilda cr an d W J[ GI Mr. and Mrs. Gor- Burt arc moving in the last of Mrs. J. II. Thompson, in. honor ALGONA (Iowa) AtWANCE- THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1965 honor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto En gclbart's 45th wedding anniversary, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and due to Infection and a blood clot. It is not known, at this lime, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Kor- when she will be home. Merle ene and Judy toured the new Pheips, who lias been stationed left Wednesday, Jan. 20, from home in Burl, purchased by Mr. in Italy, is expected home the Reel Oak, on the Denver Zephyr, and Mrs. Harold Andrcascn, 'latter part of the week. Colo., where they Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A birthday dinner was held Ackerman's broth- Gordon Happcl and Todd o[ Sunday in the home of Mr. and for Denver, visited Mrs. larris, Mrs. Bernice Bjordal, rs. Gerald Christianson, Mrs. velyn Mitsven, Mrs. Richard Carlisle. They also attended the week. the stock show at Denver and visited a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Thompson and Jack The Four Corner Social Club Thompson and John Edmund of will meet Tuesday afternoon, Minneapolis, and Julie, Mr. and tfatheson, Mrs. Ernest Pederson, j Winfielcl Carlisle and family at Feb. 2, in the home of Marian Mrs. Gene Thompson and family JIl*P \lt r\ i-t+\ t*n t3 rt n't-* « t*i«-1 \n ««O H fV. ! T» ___ 1 I _ .. MM- _._ __ ___ A t. _ t « »« » n« n O t. n n .. _ f* T _ . __ T1 __ t_ _ ... -I It A ... *. u ,1 11 A ..« HEADQUARTERS For ZENITH Color TV and BLACK A WHITE — Free Demonstration — North Iowa Appliance Center Mrs. Magnus Rognved, Mrs. Ro- ?er Rognved, Mrs. Merle Sor- ien, Mrs. Maynard Torgerson. Boulder. They saw the Japanese Wrestlers at the Golden high school Monday evening and did John Cullen's, Emmetsburg, Saturday, and Sunday visited the Lyle Westfalls, Graettinger. Joan and Beatrice Lodden, Es herville, were Sunday guests at Arnold Duer's for Greg's 13th birthday. The Sam Larsons were week end guests at Larry Peterson's Minneapolis. The Lyle Krumwiedes were Sunday guests at her sister, the Walter Tappers, Buffalo Center The Dennis Krumwiedes, Fair mont, were Sunday guests a Lyle Krumwiede's. Steven Krumwiede, who brok a leg in a sledding accident Dec 26, started Monday to go a full day to school. He has been attending only in the afternoon. He is the son of the Lyle Krum- wiedes. Marjorie Lee Tobin is finally able to take off a brace she has been wearing since she received a back injury Dec. 26 at Burt's lake. She was hurt in a ride on a snow saucer. The Orville Thoresons returned Thursday from Denver, Colo. where they attended the Denver Stock show. They showed three calves. Pretty Boy, a white shorthorn, received reserve champion of the Junior shorthorn division. The Thoresons were gone about a week. The Cecil Thoresons attended the grain dealers convention at Des Moines. The Marlin Pauls and Darrel Newlins were Sunday guests of Mrs. Albert Paul. The Clifford Andersons were callers. Denise, 2, daughter of the Elvin Godfredsons, is a patient at the Estherville hospital. DERAILMENT — 16 cars on the Milwaukee RR were derail ed near Ionia but no injuries occurred. Sharon Holthaus had the guest' somc s i gn t see ing. The weather book. Mrs. Merle Sorlien was was wonderful, just a sprinkle dining room hostess. Mrs. Doni 0 f snow Monday morning. They Spear. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlovv of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen of Burt. 5-381C Algona I I •"• •"•"•"! '.".V.W Aure sang, accompanied by Mrs. returned home Tuesday, Jan. David Engel. Mrs. Harry Dasen 26. read several articles. Mrs. Harlan Harris, Janice Bjordal and Rosalind Pederson assisted in opening gifts. Mrs. Gerald Christianson poured table. at the buffet ROLLAND SHOWER Mrs. Daryl Rolland, nee Paula Parker, Sioux City, was given a miscellaneous shower Jan! 16 at the Lutheran church. Mrs. James Christianson presided. ! At the guest book were Roberta Rolland and Peggy Olson. Mary Lou Olson, sang, accompanied by Mrs. Engel, Mrs. Art Jensen gave readings and Mrs. Engel and Mrs. Leo Kinseth played two piano duets. Lt. Daryl Rolland and his bride opened gifts with assistance of her sister, Peggy Olson, and Mrs. Keith Rolland. Mrs. Clyde Thatcher and Mrs. Seval Holden poured. Hostesses were. Mrs. T. M. Aure, Mrs. Maurice Aasheim, Mrs. Harlan Berge, Mrs. Esther Christianson, Mrs. James Christianson, Mrs. LeRoy Enger, Mrs. Clarence Helland, Mrs. Miles Helmen, Mrs. Seval Holden, Mrs. Royal Hanson, Mrs. Art Jenson, Mrs. Torger Johnson, Mrs. Erling Olson, Mrs. Orren Olson Mrs. Floyd Palmer, Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Mrs. Archie Rolland, Mrs. Norman Rolland, Mrs. Keith Rolland, Mrs. Doris Schulze, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs. Leona Pflibsen, Mrs. Clyde Thatcher, Mrs. Justin Torgerson. He left Sunday for Fort Hood, Tex. Mrs. Rolland will continue her senior year at the uniyer-,j sity'in Iowa City. ' " ,,' Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained her bridge club last Tuesday, all eight being present. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mrs. George Hix were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Lydia Schwietert,, Luella Cherland, Lilly Blake, and Delia Eimers of Fairmont dropped in on Clara Reynolds with a pot luck unch, to help her celebrate her birthday Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family were Wednesday evening supper guests in the parental Jay Steven home. Bernadine Ophcim, Dawn and Johnny of Burt were weekend visitors. Joann Ackerman, who is at tending Mankato College, came home Friday evening, to spend the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman of Burt. A neighborhood card party PROCLAMATION 1965 Children's Dental Health Week was held Thursday evening in the Jay Steven home. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs George Koestler, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Meister, Vivian Dutton Take PROVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES - PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. '•H'onsbrUcKDrOg - 'A'l&ttna : ! WIRING < > Connected or Corrected | ', UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" Phone 295-2223 WOMANS CLUB MEETS Women's club met with Mrs.) Art Hampe Friday, Jan. 15. Dessert luncheon was served at ! 1:30 by the hostess assisted byj Mrs. T. M. Aure. Robert Bakken, Humboldt, talked on wills. I Mrs. Engel had the inspiration, news. The Richard Bakkens went to Memphis, Tenn., last week for a 5 day vacation with Mr. Bakken's sister, the Harry Liver- seidges. She is the former LaVonne Bakken. James Christianson spent four days in Atlantic last week on business. John Carlson was named manager of Walnut Grove products. The Orville Olsons had guests Jan. 10. In the afternoon they viewed the new chicken house and chickens who are laying many thousand eggs per day. Mrs. Paul Nasby, former resident now living in Long Beach, Calif., had surgery last week. Friends sent get-well greetings with a bouquet of flowers. The Archie Rollands went to Eau Claire, Wis., where their son Alvin joined them, and they drove to Reading, Mass, to visit their daughters, Joan, a teacher, and Geraldine, with her husband and sons. 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 observance. 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 NOTICE The Algona Municipal Utilities office will be CLOSED ALL ON SATURDAYS BEGINNING SATURDAY, FEB. 6 SERVICE J965 your year for financial improvement. Open your Savings Account now ,, f add to it every month (or every payday) ,., and enjoy the sat 1st action of a bigger Savings balance with an account here, Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn, ptr tnnym Ail As?Qunts Folly Insured to $10,000 Save From The Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 ^ ALGONA, IOWA DOES SINUS CONGESTION , , . keep you awake at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you want relief and want it fast! And that's just what you get when you take SYNA-CLEAR 15econgestant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through the ^ntire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now-get SYNA-CLEAR in the blue and white carton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAR relief lasts longer, so it actually costs lese. SYNA- 5-3273 DECONGESTANT TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona DlSCOUntS; When the 20th of the month occurs on Saturday the discount will be allowed on all hills paid on the following Monday, We have installed a letter drop on the inside door to the Utilities Office for your convenience in paying your Electric and Water Bills when the office is closed,

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