Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1965
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$—AIG6NA (Iowa) ADVANCfelefs from 4 p.m. to 6:30. MONDAY, MARCH 8, Alqona BPW will observe National Week Several activities of the Algona BPW club will implement the significance of National Business Professional week: Tues: day, March 9, a BPW dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Algona hotel. Mrs Sally Christie, Wesley, will speak on Investments. Wednesday, March 10, a coffee will be held at Dorothy Cog- NOTHING LIKE IT ...Ever Before! March 11. — a 7:15 breakfast will be served at the Algfrna hotel. All members are cooperating. National Business Women's Week is sponsored by the National Federation. During this week 170.000 members in over 3600 local clubs join in a national tribute to business and professional women. Achievements and contributions of these women to local, national, and world events arc spotlighted. Using a progressive theme, the Responsibility of Full Partnership, local BPW clubs have joined in their Springtime Salute. Fun f/me Fenton Jean Priebe were recent visitors with tile Jay Brofies. fhe Lyte Krufnwiedes rftdVed last week to a farm south of Swea City. The Kenneth Mosses, LeMars, came Sunday to visit her patents, the Leo Guerdets, Teresa and Mark were to spend two weeks with their grandparents. The Jim SOO club KoOnses hftd their Friday With Mrs, The Stanley Berklands visited Sunday with the Larry Rasmus- es, Lone Rock. The William Bruhns were RUSCO MI-Stt(M, Sctf-Sttrtaf COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door and storm door all in one. Just raise glass for ventilation—like a window! •Call for Free Demonttrofion• CONST Highway 18 East ALGONA, IOWA Sunday guests of Mrs. Elmer Prilipp, Renwick. Guests of the Clarence Wege- ners Thursday were the Larry Alts and Merle Austins, Ring- sled. Guests of the William Hantcl- mans last Wednesday were the Loren Wolters, Morristown, Minnesota. The Paul Weiners, Buffalo Center, visited the Roelf Millers Sunday. The Gene Havens, Madison, TWO U-GO-I-GO 4-H club members demonstrated one of the fun events at Fun Night at Bancroft for younger members of 4-H clubs last week. On the left is Cheri Bulten and on the right is Sharon Winkcl. lis to visit Mrs. Suncle's daughter, Nancy, the Jim Petersons, last week. Guests at a coffee Wednesday at Robert Burkgren's were the Clayton Wolffs and Warren Joneses for Mrs. Wolff's birthday. Saturday guests of the Donald Pricbes were Mrs. Ida Butterfield and Mrs. Vivian Butterfield, Swea City. Seals report is given for No. Kossuth Swea-Eagle — The Christmas seals sales report as given by Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, North Kossuth chairman is: Bancroft, $88.50; Mrs. Stanley Hatlestad; .. A1 _ .. 4 _ . .had 13 of her daughter'Patricia's ! Burt, $138, Mrs. Lance Riebhoff; Mrs. Alex Radig spent Friday classmates for her birthday. | Fenton, $132.91, Mrs. Jessie visiting her daughter, Mrs. Le- - ' roy Henriksen, Armstrong. The Richard Stuckis, Spencer, spent Friday and Saturday in Fenton. The Ames, .... . --. ' ' /\uii;a, optjill tjui Wis, and Mrs. George Jentz j. A . Schwartzes. James W. Schwartzes, spent Sunday with the were Saturday Fred Jentzes. guests of the | Mrs> Robert Huskamp Monday Don Yager and Wayne Stoeber took a train to Chicago Friday for the weekend visiting the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Science and Industry. They also went to the National Auto Show at McCormick Place. They returned Sunday. Sunday the Ernest Voeltlers visited her brother^ Rufus Drew, Estherville, in "the Estherville hospital for surgery. Mrs. Lester Theesfield and Judy, Armstrong, accompanied Mrs. Lloyd Sunde to Minneapo- SMORGASBORD EVERY NOON & SUNDAY (Closed Saturday) ' t Sea Food Smorgasbord Every Friday Night Excellent Private Party Accommodations Johnson House 295-2441 ALGONA Mrs. George Jentz returned i Newel; Lakota, $81.38, Mrs. Jer- Saturday from a four-week trip, iry Heetland; Ledyard, $61.50, visiting her daughter, the Gene Havens, Madison, Wis. The Havens brought Mrs. Jentz back to Fenton. Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, and Mrs. Melvin Berkland were guests of Mrs. Tom Manly Wednesday. The Jim Schmidts visited Sunday with the Danny Schmidts, Lakeville, Minn. The W. E. Laages attended the wedding of Mrs. Laage's nephew, David Long, to Shirley Hanson, Denison, Sunday. The wedding was held in the Zion Lutheran church, Denison, and John Laage was a groomsman. The Terry Juhls, Lincoln, Neb., visited last weekend with their parents, the Harold Wehr- spans and Arnp Juhls. Barbara Wehrspan, a junior at Cedar Falls, was also home for the weekend. ' The 4-7 club met last Tuesday at Mrs. Gerald Cody's, they re Mrs. Henrietta Dontje; Lone Rock, $57, Mrs. A. A. Krueg'er; and Swea City, $165.50, Mrs. Roy Valvick. •Townships sales and chairmen are: Burt, $63, Mrs. Delmar Angus; Eagle, $50, Mrs. Andrew Brones; Fenton, $85.60, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke; German, $76.50, Mrs. John Welhousen; Grant, $45.75, Mrs. Kenneth Patterson; Greenwood, $65, Mrs. Philip Inman; Harrison, $65, Mrs. Selmer Uhr; Hebron, $68.50, Mrs. Swen Larsen; Ledyard, $63, Mrs. Arlowe Blome; Lincoln, $57.50, Mrs. Edward Sheldahl; Ramsey, $55, Mrs. Floyd Yackle; Seneca, Mrs. Henry viewed pictures of club members March 12. taken 15 years ago. At Bingo, prize winners were Mrs. Adolph Hanson, Mrs. Louis Egemo, and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. The next meeting of the club will be at Mrs. Egemo's. The Harold Elmers visited the/ Ladell Olsons, Burt, Friday. Hans Baago returned from the hospital at Estherville, Saturday. He slipped on ice last Tuesday and broke his arm and hurt his leg. The David Berklands had as guests Sunday for David's birthday the Ernest Berklands, Stanley Berklands, Alvin Potratzes, Larry Gades, Bonnie Potratz, Al Looft; Springfield, $50.50, Mrs. John Kramersmeier; and Swea, $84.50, Mrs. Francis Torine. ] The gross amount in the 1964 campaign was $1,643.14 ifor North Kossuth, 'a~gatn"over last year's receipts. Plans are to have the spring .luncheon meeting Koons and Ormal Guinn win* ing high scores. HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiM SERVICEMEN IlilllllillM MONTIE BLACK Silver Lance — Chief Person- nelman Montie D, .Black, USN, son of the Cecil D. Blacks, Algona, is participating Feb. 23- March 12 in a major fleet train' ing operation called "Silver Lance" off the coast of California. The operation, under the direction of the Commander of the First Fleet, is providing extensive training in- naval and amphibious warfare. Participating units are receiving training in strike, anti-submarine, mine and countermine, anti-air and electronic warfare, "Silver Lance" involves more than 60 ships and 50,000 Navy and itte Corps personnel. ALYN Isftekii Pert Hdorf, Ti*« (AHTNC) Army Specialist Four Alyfi Sleeker was assigned Feb. 17 to the 1st Armored Division at FoH Mood, Tek. He is a radio- operator in Company A in tht>. division's 141st Signal Battalion, arid entered the army in Aug< ust 1963. He was list stationed ih Korea. He is a son of the Henry Steckers Jr., fitonka, and a 1958 graduate of TitOilka high school. 13 Ledyard to state meet Ledyard — Thirteen from Led- dramatic detlaniatidttf iftteTpfMVe tmytr, iftteTpfVe .tfMyj 6e> loris Krebsback, humorous declamation and Dianfic Waterhouse Iff d Phyllis Wallentifie, Storytfell- ifig. They now advance to the state speech contest March 18< 26 at Heelan high, Sioux City. Receiving division II ratings Were Ranae Lloyd, Monica Munyer and Nancy MacKinnon, interpretive jprose; Sarbifa Schroeder, dramatic 'declamation; Wayne Logem&nn, after dinner speaking; Craig Llby'd, oratorical declamation and .Robert Beck, radio speaking. Teacher is Mrs. Don Keehey. Eighteen grade school band students received superior ratings and 13 excellent ratings at the festival held in Mason City. Sifcth graders receiving superior were Denise Klinksiek, Carlo Engelby, Jolayhe Griese, Linda Haag, Karma Engelbarts, Glenn Peterson, arid , Terry Blonie ; receiving excellent Were Alan Inglett, Brian Muhyer, Donald Reese and Jill Bauman. Seventh yard high school participated in graders receiving superior were the' district speech contest at Martha Wallentine, John Kop- Lake Mills Feb. 25. Receiving division I ratings were Deanna Brandt and Gretchen DeBoer, pen, Nancy Thompson, Debbie Irigebritson, Charles Udstuen; excellent were Douglas Blome, Saftdfa Wafnef, Kathy StfSaft fiilsehj and Jackie graders stiberiof Gail Dofltje, Pm Klinksiek, B6b Giibertsoni Patsy Th Cynthia Klinksiek arid klocke; excellent were Orviek, Kathy Hurlbur delle Griese and Allah Ddntje, Clarence Windeft is the directftr. Never nuutis an ink pad! Fast. Easjf. Efficient. Can be custom ordered tt meet any size, shape or message f«- quirutrient. PERMA-STAMP will reprd- duce colors, fine lines, small type faces, logotypes — even photos — in true, .accurate detail. .,'... KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Public Auction. March 10 .-..-.. . • . . • • '. • •, r - The Kossuth County ASC Committee, acting as Agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, o corporate agency of the United States within the Department of Agriculture, will offer for sale the following described storage bins at public aution: SWEA CITY BIN SITE: No. Manufacturer Capacity Type Foundation 2 Great Lakes 38,200 Steel 3 20 Butler Butler 2,740 Steel 2,740 Steel Block Location \. : .. . • .. .., ; ;j,.^ V4 mile north Farmers Co-Op. Elev. ,..'. >, Quonset 14 mile north Farmers Co-Op. Elev. West The Quaker Oafs Co. gona, and Mrs. Whittemore. Adela Meyer, Kindergarten roundup at Bancroft April 8 Bancroft — The kindergarten roundup will be held here on Thursday, April 8, it was announced this week by County School Superintendent A, M. Quintard. Letters have been mailed to the parents with dental cards and medical forms. The meeting will begin at 1:15 at the Bancroft public school. It was voted to have the mobile unit in October for all pjer- sons over 18 to have free chest x-rays in the county, if a unit is available. ' TWO COUPLES MOVE £ The Eugene Papenfuhses are planning to move this week^to a. farm 3% miles south of the airport at Estherville. They and the Herb Papenfuhses, who h^ve already moved, will live on the same farm. The Eugene Papti'n- fuhses have lived their five years of married life on this place. They have four children. The Herb Papenfuhses have lived on the farm south of Svirea City for 25 years, coming to this community from Rolfe. One son, Roger, is at home. Their daughter, Mary was recently married to Ernest Wheeler, Lone Rqi<Jk, and they Uve in Swea City, The Leo Guerdets have purchased the farm where the Eugene lj»a- penfuhses lived. Their son D>H' nis will farm the half section. He is not married. Thursday Brones's at visitors at Jay Lakeview Home, EVERYONE WINS! IFIF8EE Classic Snack Set • 8-Pieee Milk Whit* — 4 cupi and 4 trays f 22 K. Qold Edge by Anchor Hocking SAVE 1? COUPONS AND Q|T A FRig SET OF H6HT Coupon with every $2.00 gas purchase — Save for Several Sets Fairmont, were Mrs. Rena Ste§n- hard and John. They had besen there to visit Mrs. Steenhar^'s aunt and uncle, the Ed Weisejs, who are also resident theire. Mrs. Steenhard's sister, Mrs; VE. Lester, and her Mrs. Howard Heikes and and Mrs. August Dontje were visiting the Weises to. Mrs. . ter and Mrs. Heikes and Jpdi came Wednesday from RoclifS- ter, Minn- and were guests of the Steenhards, The Bernard Petersons, Albin Peterson, Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Gladys Hanson Hutzell's Cities Service State & Phillips St. ALGONA, IOWA HEADQUARTERS For ZENITH Color TV and * WHITi North Iowa Avarice Center 5-3818 Algon» BANCROFT BIN SITE: f.} '\ f 2 Mitchell 1 Great Lakes 1 Great Lakes 18 Butler 3 Butler 15 Burler 45,802 38,200 38,200 Alum. Steel Steel 2,740 Steel 2,175 Steel 3,276 >..* Block South Ball Park—Straight Sidewall South Lumber Yard^Quonset V/est Champlin Station—Quonset West Champlin Station West Champlin Station West Champlin Station SALE: 11 m a.m. at The 9 ra|n b|n$ ^ Mqrch 9 fweeh the hours of 9:00 A. M. and 3:00 P. M. !•§• Each purchaser of a bin will be required to execute a certificate that the bin will be used in connection with the handling or storage of agricultural commodities. • Cash on day of sale for all sales of 1 $100 or less. A deposit of $100 will be required on each bin. On all sates over that amount, the balance is to be paid in cash within ten (10) days of date of sale, or the balance may be financed under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program, Information regarding eligiblity under the Form Storage Facility Loin Program may be obtained from the local county of* fief. Prospective purchasers ihoujd establish their eligibility ot the county office prior to the sole. of Properly: ^jyfjs from the bin site within 30 days from date of sale unless other arrangements are made with land owner before the sale. Title ami Risk of Loss: shall vest in the purchaser when payment is made. After passage of title, risk of loss or destruction from any cause whatsoever shall be borne by the purchaser. BIOS' Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all offers, Purchasers of bins must moke payment of the State Use Ton to the State Toil Commission, Division of Retail Jolts ond Ute Tax, Stote Office Building, Dti Moints, Iowa. BIN MOVERS INDICATE THEY WILL •E PRESENT Additional Information Concerning This Sale May ••Obtained by Contacting Curtis P. Ha a fir Ph.: 295*3576, Algeria Office Mgr, Kosiuth County ASCS Office County ASCS Office Quinn U l tl0 Yungebtrg NOT RISPONSIBLJ FOR ACCIDENTS ^ALGONA*^

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