Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
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Opinions of Editors (Nelf'ttiuref In Lauren* Son) With everyone depending to ft greater extent upon electricity, the Midwest power blackout Thursday afternoon demonstrated a weakness that, needs to be remedied. It was merely a loose connection in a relay at Fort Randell, DOES SINUS CONGESTION , . . keep you awake at nighl? Make you feel miserable all Hay? Thru you uttnl relief nnd ivonl itfnat! And Hint's jiiat wlint you got «-hcn you tnko SYNA-CLliAR Decongosfnnt Tablets. Onecxclusive "Hnrd-Corc" Tnb- Ifel jflvcs up to 8 hours of roliaf! Just 3 tablets give rour.d-the-clock comfort. Restores free broathing; relieves hcndache. Lola you sloop through'the Entire night. Wake up clenr-hctidnd, clenf-eyea. End needless Buffering now-got SYNA-CLuAU in the blue Arid white carton today. Satisfaction guarantiee. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAU relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. 35 IT anai J&" 1 ^.-^^ CLEAR ; ^p' ..Iriw-' DtCONGESTANT TABLETS «„* HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona S. 6,. ttiftt WHfterl pwef fail' ures in most of Iowa and four other state*. As a result*.It is estimated that two million persons were without power for IVfe hours or more on ohe of the coolest dflys of the wittier. Tlie highly-touted Iowa grid system, which interconnects utility companies throughout the state as well as in a big section of the Midwest, failed to oper> ale to insure customers agflinst loss of service. A power failure of this magnitude is bound to cause financial loss to many business firms, in addition to the inconvenience to all users. It could also cause ac"BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call— • 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA ua1 suffering and perhaps loss of life; although wts have no reports te that effect* tn a military emergency, sabotage 1 at Port Randall could virtually par- alyse the entire area tempofar- ty- Utility men point out that such nterrliptfons could be mtre acute "as the federal govern rnent builds more lines and oft rnbre power." RegafdlesS of whUre the may lie, both the privately-owti- ed 'utilities and the federal government, should make every effort to find a solution. The nation cannot afford to have wfeak links in its power distribution system. 4-AL60NA (Iowa) A MONDAY, FE& M, New bill would affect several school districts A recent proposal in the legislature to have all areas ifllhe state in a high school district by (Nell Maurer in Laurens Sith) At a time when there Is Considerable talk about consolidation of counties, with the idea that modern transportation rfiak- es it unnecessary to k have county offices so close to the peoples, it is interesting to Mote; that the state is moving closer to thte people. ',; At any rate, there Is some exploration of the possibility that the state may establish district offices. ....••• '", Gov. Harold, Hughes brought the matter up to the state executive council last wefek, pdln't- ing out that the state is constantly approving the.vrtntal 6f new space or buying property in various areas for. individual departments. "Wouldn't it be rribfe .tulv 1, 1MR will affect several districts of Kossuth county. There are seven nott-operai- Ing school districts and two others with grade schools only».;,T"he two grade school districts are the Bancroft Independent and the Grant Township. The lattei has kindergarten through the eighth grade while Bancroft has kindergarten through the third grade. Non-operating districts are Greenwood. Lotls Creek, Prairie, Ramsey, Riverdale, Sherman and Whittcmore townships. High school districts Sn the county are Algona, Burt, Lakota, Ledyard, LtiVerne, Sentral, Swea City and Titonka. Funeral for 64-year old Lakota lady Lakdtl — Mrs. Hu'go SteMel, 64, Lakota, died Tuesday at ,the Blue Earth. CdWfnutiity hospital. economical," he up state-owned asked, "to set district headquarters where all these people could be centrally located?* A list is being prepared 6f all state jobs and activities outside Des Moines for presentation to the council. Bless Rusk > Announces that RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY HAS THE ALL NEW, CUSTOMIZED IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID Personalized for yourfull or part-time hearing comfort through space-age knowledge/tight in weight, easy to wear ... no cords, tubing or separate earmold." *//-/n-one, custom made •case with volume control, microphone, earphone, tiny battery, and Micro-Lithic amplifier, "test-hear" the all new,Solitaire • today. It's made specifically for you! NO CORDS NO TUBING FITS IN YOUR EAR! L I VIN,_S SOUND HEARING; AIDS-- RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ALGONA, IOWA your eleciric domes flpyer.. . indies TO, nm til or day! mmm Studies show that a busy homemaker may walk as much as forty miles a yiar lugging wet clothes to and from the clothesline. But that tiresome task ends when you own ah 'Metric doth|$ dfyir to go iiong with your automatic electric washer. Your electric dryer is just inches away from your electric washer... so it'sjust a matter of inches to move the freshly-washed clothes to the electric dryer, then just set a dial, push a button—and low-cost electricity does the rest. See your dealer about an electric clothes dryer to go with your automatic ele'ctric washer... for better living, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities Must report if earnings over '1200 An annual report of earnings is required of social security beneficiaries who earned over $1200 in 1964, Clifford W. Swedlund. district manager of the Fort Dodge office, said. This annual report must be filed with the Social Security Administration regardless of any other returns or reports filed with other governmental agencies. Failure to file a timely annual report may require the-withol- ding of additional monthly benefits. It must be filed on Or before April 15. The form is devised so it may be prepared by the beneficiary but the social security district office or any representative will be glad to help The annual report should be made on a special form available at your district office. Many o these were recently mailed to beneficiaries. All earnings count but not pensions or retiremen pay, interest and dividends from stocks and bonds, and rental in come. Any beneficiary 72 or over in all months of 1964 need,not file a report regardless of ho\v much he earned. • '-:•-- '•:*•," ;X; . She had been aillhg for months' with cahcei:, Mrs. Stenzel was born Feb, 28, 1900, at Drawehn, Germany, and was educated there. She came to ..the United Stales in 1923. She Was niatried Feb. 16, 1927. to Hugo Stenzel at mont. Survivors include . her husband; three .children) Alfred, Elmore; Edwin, Cedar; Rapids; and Mrs. Helen Van. Hove, Elmore. Two brothers, Ernest Kuchenbecker, Blue Earth, and Frank Kuchenbecker, Berlin, Germany, and three sisters, Elizabeth, Frieda and Margaret, all of Berlin, also survive. There are six grandchildren. Funeral services were h'eld Thursday at SJ, , Paul . Lutheran church, Lakota; with burial in the chUrch cemetery. 4-H club news program Tawday On Tuejsdavv Feb7 23 the njext ihowing of; the Algona Kiwanis 21ub series of' "Travelogue events will : be ; held. This travel series .will be entitled "Germany'^, arid will; be a docuniteri- ary film narrated by Ken Richter. Held in the high school ;au- ditorum, the 5 Travel series are held annually by the Kiwanis Hub to raise funds for the very worthwhile Student Loan fund. Too Lalo To Classify »»«»•»*«•••«•»»•••••«»'•» 21st Annual MARKET DAY SALE Thursday,, March. 18 CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Selling Antiques, Furniture, Misc., Machinery. You can bring your machinery ' KERMIT FOWLER, Msjr. Ph. 279-1614, Ottosen 14-17-19* WANTED—Woman between age '25-45. Part-time work in recreation center. Ph; 5-5430 after 5 p.m. -V17wl4 WHITTEMORE BOYS t Whittemore Boys' 4-H club hlet at the,Legion hall Feb. 17 at 8. John Winkel presided. Leaders explained the basketball: tournaments, projects such as electricity and small motors. Roscoe Fuoss will head the small motors project. Record books were discussed. John Winkel was nominated 4-H .Fun Night king candidate. Jim Walker and Barb; Winkel are delegates for state) camp. Steve Mergen is alternate. Demonstrations were given by Kathy Besch and Barb Winkel, and Mark Besch and Mark Erd< man. Physical fitness was discussed while Mark and David Besch showed exercises for boys ami Barb Winkel showed the exejr- cises for girls. Lunch was served by the Detricks and Fuosses. Re- p'orter is Jackie Detrick. ;" LOTTS CREEK LASSIES Lotts Creek Lassies met Feb. 15 at St. Michael's hall, WhUte- more. Vice-president Susan Egbert presided with 34 present The Pledges were led by Mary Vigdal and Linda Dogotch. Th? Fun Night queen candidate elected was Collette Capesius. Talkj were given by Sandra Walker and Susan Elbert. Demonstra. tioris were by Janice Crotty and Linda Dogotch, Francine O'Brji. eh, Cynthia Lane, and Pam Kir' sch. Items made for the home were shown by Kathy Besch and Marlys Wagner. Three basic embroidery stitches were shown by the leaders, Mrs Joe Besch arid Mrs Lawrence Kirsch. Lunch was served by the Metzgers. Reporter is Kathy Besch, The farm home of Mr and Mrs Art Jewell of Renwick was destroyed by fire the night of Fefo 5th. Renwick and Goldfield fire departments were called to ejj tinguish the blaze. Recj. 65c Laundry Basket Big buy! Lightweight, easy to carry Polystyrene in urquoise and white. Take PROVO tabMs when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES r PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular acnes. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. 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