Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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My husband... Was the World's Worst Person to live \villi tlic first 15 years of our married life. Then a miracle happened — 1 heard about Hex Taylor and his new methods to make farming more profitable and enjoyable. 1 made an appointment with Mr. Taylor and look my John to sec him. After the first interview, my John came home quite discouraged and very despondent. When I noticed my John was getting no better, I called Mr. Taylor and asked him to come out. Mr. Taylor, after looking over our siknilion, found it was very easy for him to talk to my John about, his problem and make recommendations to my John which helped him almost immediately, Mr. Taylor showed him the advantages of early harvest, of drying, and the profitable roseal Grain Storage Program! lie showed my John how he could finance this change and still have more profit to spend than before we made the change. My John and I agreed to try the new methods, and we've never been sorry one bit. My John now knows he'll be able to stay competitive and make a profit in the one field he knows and loves, which is agricultural farming. If this message will help anyone reading it, please do not hesitate to sec Rex Taylor, immediately. I'm now a very happy farm wife who's sharing a wonderful future with my "Dear John," farming in Good '01 Kossuth County, Iowa. Sincerely, Gertrude C. 14—ALOONA (low.) ADVANCfc THURSDAY, MARCH 11, Bulldogs Ililllliillllllllll BONANZA BUY! T RCA VICTOR Mw Kstd TV I • All-channel VHF/UHF tuning ( • Powerful New Vista tuners HI • 22,500-volt chassis |j • One-set VHP fine tuning H e 7" oval duo-cone speaker j== TOO STARTLING TO REVEAL! ' |jj COME IN AND CHECK WITH US |jj om's Radio & TV! (Continued from Page 1) went-wild Hie first 16 minutes, lie connected on 12 of 13 free throws, a duplicate of his-Oar- rigan performance, and finished I lie season with 24 bullseycs in 26 chances. TWO TEETER free throws and a long bucket by Kspc kept Algona in the game in the first minute of the second half and then Storm Lake stormed away, scoring 11 points to just two for Algona and a 51-37 lead. The Bulldogs never recovered and really were never in the. game after that splurge. Al Pricbc fouled out with seconds left in the third quarter and had 11 points when he left. He played a terrific ballgarnc and was a demon on the boards a gain. It was ironical that Storm Lake was probably the poorest rebounding team Algona faced all season and its defensive play was nothing more than mediocre. But their shooting was just about perfection. Storm Lake hit on 18 of 30 shots in the second half and 10 of 13 in the third quarter. 6'G" Stillc poured in 19 points as did two of his teammates, G'4" Bcckman and Robinson. Algona had no one to. match these 19-pointcrs except Teeter's 30 and Priebc's 11. Steve Hardy fired home seven in another rather cool evening for him and no one else got more than four points. "Clear Lake will kill them on the boards," remarked one of tlie Bulldogs in the quiet dressing room. You'd have to a== gree, unless the Tornados blow g I up a head of wind as they did Tuesday night. # # # "You can't beat that kind of shooting," said Coach Howie Stcphenson in the Bulldog dressing room after his team's 85-(K) loss to Storm Lake in the first round sub-state game. "1 thought we could handle them after the first minutes but they never cooled off." The Bulldogs were disappointed — possibly not so much at losing but because they wanted another crack at Clear Lake, a club that had beaten them twice Icr who averaged 21 points per game over the 22-gamc haul. H^ lost two regulars before the season ever started in Milt Butzke and Al I'ricbc. Butzke never recovered from a broken leg while Priebe got back into action after the holidays but never was at full strength because of his knee injury. So throw away 10 of your lop 12, lose your next two re placements and then win 12 of 22 games. That's a big order but that's what the Bulldogs accomplished this campaign. Right now you could say they would be the favorite for the North Central Conference title next winter. Though they lose seven of Hie 12 top boys, back arc Teeter, Mcrryman, Claude, Kspc and Walker. That's a fine nucleus to start with and the groundwork for year in 1965-66. another good Clara Phillips dies Sunday, heart attack Clara Barton Phillips, 62, died Sunday at St. Ann hospital from a heart attack. Funeral services were held in Grinncll at the First Methodist church with Rev. Chester Custer officiating. She was born Nov. 23, 1902 in Hitcman, the daughter ol David C. and Isabel Sibson Phillips, She had never married Surviving is one brother Da vid C., Storrs, Conn. Her par ents and two brothers, Richan and Russell arc deceased. Miss Phillips taught vocal mu sic in the Eldora, Spencer, and Grinncll schools until.1948 when she suffered a stroke.'She made her home in Algona with her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. M. Phillips since 1963. She was a member of the First Congregationa church in Algona. 295-3260 Algona === Ih^s seasofl, ,Sj,orniyJgake £nte the game with a 17-4 mark. It lias good height but "rebound ing" just doesn't seem to be in its vocabulary. Algona ended with a 12-10 mark and the loss was only its third in the last 11 outings. The job Coach Stephcnson did this season was remarkable. He lost 10 of his 12 boys on the state tournament traveling squad. He rebuilt with one regular and the 6th man, big Dale Tee- CAR SKIDS TO CRASH A car driven by Janice M Patterson, 18, Irvington, had a rear-end collision with one dri vcn by Maurice Edward Flai] in front of the J. C. Penne; store Sunday afternoon. There was a coating of ice on; the shad} side of the street and the Pai terson car could not stop. Dam age to the Flaig automobile wa 40th wedding Fitonka pair s observed Titonka — The Ted Van Moves t. were honored Feb. 21 for leir 40th wedding. The families ad dinner at the cafe dining oom at noon. Open house was held at Good tope Lutheran church from 2 o 4 p.m. with 175 registered. V program was held at 2, and ocial hour followed. Hosts were their sons and laughters, Clarence Van Hove, (icster, Minn., Sylvester Van love, Dows, Mrs. Bill Kibcrenz Sylvia), Mason City, Ted Van love Jr., Elmore, Mrs. Alfred Stenzel (Caroline), Elmore, Mrs. Dan Wubben (Wilma), Mrs. Bob Spear (Florence), Titonka, James and Merlin Van Hove, Titonka. All were present. DECLAM CONTEST There were 42 students in Ti- onka high school in the home declam contest and 26 placed ind will go to the district con;est. Winners were: dramatic, ^ennice Bilsborough, Dorothy Seebeck and Arlys Pannkuk; iiimorous, Joan Cosgrove, Ianda Gingrich, and Ruth Beed; story, Brenda Brandt, Judy Ise- orand and Jeanne Gingrich; radio, Brenda Eden, Alfred Rode and Cathy Stecker; interpretive poetry, Dorothy Seebeck, Cathy Stecker and Glen Bartelt; inter pretive prose, Sharon Eden, Lin da Fritz and Arlys Pannkuk; or itorical, Linda Krantz, James Rode; speaking, Verlus Burk hart, Brenda Eden; extempor ancous, Verlus Burkhart; after dinner speaking, Nick Alexan der; book reviews! Brenda Brandt, Carol Haack. The John Welhousens are home after three weeks with his sister, the H. R. Chandlers Dayton, O., and in the home o their son, the Gerald Welhous ens, Miami, Fla. Gerald is sta tioned at Homestead air force base. They attended the baptism of their new granddaughter, Sherrie Lynn. They made the trip from Dayton to Miami by jet plane. The Chas. Beeds have been spending several weeks in Albuquerque, N. M. Jr. MYF met Sunday at Titonka Methodist Fellowship Hall at 5 p.m. Supper was served by jCstimajed at Ine Patterson vehicle: $25 SOCIETY PARTY FOR BIRTHDAY Mrs Dick Fridefes gave a party March 4 celebrating the third birthday of her son Todd. Guests were Mrs Stanley Muckey and Jimmy, Mrs Jack Dutton and Joe, Mrs Phil Pfeffer and Jeff, Mrs Ellwyn Householder, Deboie, Mike and Susan, Mrs Dick Vloe, Mike, Mark and Lindsay, Mrs Vernon Subject, Terry and Larry, The children played games and the women spent the Lime socially. The honoree's sis ters Were also present, Christie Denise and Carilyn. SPRING CONFERENCE The spring conference of the Iowa council of Republcan Worn en will be Thursday and Friday, March 18 and 19, at Hotel Kirkwood in Des Moines. Everyone is welcome. Mrs L. L, Riter is chairman of the state membership committee and on the executive board. Mrs John Schutter is the district president and will be an official hostess. Use Advance Want Ads CARS IN COLLISION Saturday afternoon an acci- ..Peterson and Mrs. In^charge of^de-" Votions was Julia Stoddard. Sen- jor'MYF met at 7:30 with Sandra Schutjer hostess. Senior class went by bus on 4TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs Ronnie Ditsworth gave a party Wednesday afternoon, March 3, in honor of the fourth birthday of her daughter Pamela. Guests were Mrs Art Groen, Judy, Douglas and Connie, Mrs John Rash, Daryl and Joan, Karen Dodds and Lori Klesath. Games were played by the children and the women spent the time socially. BRIDGE WINNERS Winners at Duplicate bridge Monday night were: Mr and Mrs Jim Eyerds, first; Marie Kunz and / Marie' Hawcott, second; Eueldie Altaian and Bertha Thuente, third. The regularly scheduled Duplicate bridge game will be March 15 at the Legion hall. GARDEN CLUB MEETS The Algona Garden club met Monday at Mrs Herb Hedlund's with Mrs Perry Byam co-hostess. There was discussion on helping with a civic development. The program was given by Mrs Fred Plumb on horticulture. Twelve members attended. AT WEST UNION, WEDDING Mr and Mrs Erwin Handel attended the wedding of Diane dent occurred at the intersec- ( a tour to Des Moines Tuesday, lion of Wooster and,.,Oak streets. ;They visited the legislature in William George Vaske was session. Terry Myers and Geo. charged with failure to .vyieliljloberts accompanied them, the right of way after'"his car$ A dinner was held Friday eve- collided with one driven by Ger-'fning at John Rode's for Mrs. aid Louis Hauge, Forest City! Rode's birthday. Guests were Damage to both automobiles was Mrs.- Caroline Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harringa, Penny Lowman, the Wm. Rodes, and the Art Rodes. estimated at $525. GOODFYEAR BELLWETHER BARGAINS On 1964 Disigns of Best Buy Tractor Tiret SURE-GRIP Piscontinutd Design AS LOW AS 13.6x36 site, plus tax and recappable tiro All other files low priced. HILTONS Jonet & Stale Street BUY NOW! SAVE NOW! ... PAY NEXT FALL SINCLAIR SERVICE Father dies at Emmelsburg Moore, 89 of Emmets- t rg, father of Henry Moore Algona, died Monday night at the Einmetsburg hospital. Funeral services will be held on 'Thursday afternoon at the Meth- '.Ojdist church there. He was a ' retired farmer. Besides the local son, owner of the Colony Inn, there are two other brothers, and two sisters including Mrs iBunice Dyer of Ledyard. n and Garl Klemp a. week 'ago Saturday aC, West Onion. From there they went to Dubuque to spend Sunday with Mrs Handel's parents Mr and Mrs Leo Callan. AT CAPPING CEREMONY Mr and Mrs Dick Post, Rick and Rex, and Mrs Elizabeth Post went to Sioux City Sunday to attend the capping services in which Joan Post, the daughter, was one of the class. She is a student at the St. Joseph school of nursing. ; ... . USED FORDS 1963 1963 1962 1961 1961 : 1961 1961 1960 1960 1960 1957 1955 CARD CLUB MEETS Mrs Esther Helberg entertained her "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. Mrs L, R. Kees entertained her knitting club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Dewey Skilling entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs Leo Cassel entertained her sewing club on Monday eve nihg. 295-3654 Algona for pi|l from riMt 7 tt 31 feyi tf «fl new, improved Nutrena Creep-20 Special t Most appitizini fiid (or pip Ivor mrkotoi* by Natrtaa, e iMilt-in hilp ifiinit iictorial scow m tU*f kic rbiaitif, e Oytsiano'iflg ncard of Mrfomaaco la oitoailvo riMarch It's high in energy ~1522 calories of metab- olizable energy per pound. It's high in Total Pigestible Nutrients - contains 92% TPN. It's nch m naturally appetizing ingredients like rolled oats, milk products, cane sugar. Yet delicious Nutrena Creep-20 Special is economical to feed. Only 5 Jbs. per pig provide* all this disease protection, nutritional fortification and solid growth power. Works with sows milk to get pigs going and growing fast f u )n \ t l 1Qe J lr5t ¥j te pf -? * ee(i W^ 1 P** 8 ar e about 38 days old. r * §fI Hi for fret Farm iull«tin. Gargill, hie. WOM M471 Algona North Iowa Grain Go, - Ph, W073 - Soxlot FORD 4 dr. Galaxie, V-8, Cruise-o-matic, radio, powtr steering, bolid white. FORD Ualaxie 2 dr., 6 eyl., radio, standard transmission. Burgandy color, extra nice. FORD GALAXIE, 4 dr., Ford-O-Matic, Radio. Green color, extra nice. FORD 2-door Hardtop, Cruise-a-matic, radio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, solid white finish FORD Galaxie 2-door Hardtop, has the works, power steering, brakes, Cruise-a-matic, V-8 engine. Excellent buy. iond white finish with red interior. FORD FALCON, 4 dr. Station Wagon. 6 cyl. Ford-0- Matic, Blue. FOKD Galaxie 4 dr., Cruise-0-Matic, radio, solid white. FORD 9 pass. Country Sedan Wagon. Three seater, 4 dr., V-8,' standard transmission. FORD Convertible, V-8, Power Steering, Cruise-o-matic, red color with red trim — Extra Nice. FORD 2 dr., V-8, Std. Trans., Light Turquoise. FORD Fairlane, 2 dr. Hardtop, power steering, Ford-c- mane, black & white. FORD 9 passenger country sedan station wagon, overdrive, raato, extra nice. - \ USED MERCURYS 1964 MERCURY Montclair Marauder, 4-door Hardtop, Power Steering and Brakes, Mercomatic, radio, vinyl interior, low low mileage. 1963 MERCURY Monterey Custom Breezeway 4-door, real clean. Power Steering and Brakes, radio, Mercomatic. 1963 MERCURY Meteor, 8-passenger Station Wagon, Power brakes, Power Steering, Mercomatic, radio. \ 1961 MERCURY METEOR 800 four door, Merc-o-matic, radio, Turquoise and white. 1961 COMET, 4 dr. station wagon, radio, std. trans., red A white, extra clean, rail economy. 1959 MERCURY MONTEREY, 4 dr. wagon, V-8, power steering, power brakes, Merc-o-matic. Nice. 1957 MfcRCURY MONTEREY, 4 dr., M 9 rc-o-matic, radio. 1956 MERCURY 4 dr., Hardtop, power steering, Merc-o-ma- tic, Nice. OTHER MAKES t MODELS 1960 OLDSM06ILE, 4 dr. 68. Auto, trans., radio — sharp. I960 PLYMOUTH FURY, 4 dr., power steering, auto, trans., radio, two-tone bronze & white. Extra sharp. 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 4 dr., 6 cyl., Powerglide, power steering. ' 1959 EDSEL, 4 dr., V 8, auto trans., radio. Way above average. 1959 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., Hardtop, Power steering, Powtr. ' glide, Low, low price. 1959 PLYMOUTH, 2 dr. Hardtop, V-8, auto, trans, USED PICKUPS 1964 USED ECONOLINi WINDOW VAN, Side & Rear Doors, Real sharp! 1952 FORD 250, 4 speed, V-8, long box. , 1954 INTERNATIONAL '/a Ton Pickup, 3 speed, extra nice, Ideal farm pickup. * USED TRUCKS JUST RiCilViD ! 1 1963 FORD F600 Chasfif i C»b, 156" Wheelbase, Med. duty V 8 Engine, 4-Speed ™ 3 Speed. 8.25 x 20 Tires, 2 - 1962 FORD F6QQ Chassis « Cab, Heavy - pity V* In* gmes, 4-Speed ^ 2,Speed, f xcellent, tow Mileage, He* vy dyty all the way. * w " 1949 CHiVROtiT Va-ton Pickup, ^-cylinder, 4-fDeed and overload springs, new tire*. '"**" "FRIfNDLINilS AND CQURTiSY ARE KiYNQTiS TQ QUR Taylor Motor Co. FQRD ft MigcytY & ii&VISi AIGON*

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