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

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Fenton phone to seek new area service Portion — Seventy members ijif the Fehton do-opefative Telephone Co. attended the an^ ftUal rneetihg Saturday at the Fenton Community Center. Mans Biago,, fetiritig president, presided and Ndrfhah LSrseti read the minutes. Speakter was Charles fciseheid, Spencer, the Independent company relations representative of the Bell. Telephone Co. He discussed extended area service, which now exists between Fenton and Cylinder, Ringsted, and Lone Rock, and which enables (low*) A&VAMei^tioti, with . 64 members- voting THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1WS patrons te make free calls to these towns. Mr. Eischeid also praised the job done by Mans Ba'ago, who has served on the board of directors 'for many years. Elections were held for two directors whose three-year terms had expired. Norman Larsen was re-elected to the board with 47 votes, winning over Ruben Berkland with 19 Votes, in the election to replace Mans Baago, Ruben Berkldttd received 39 Votes and Gerald Voigt had 29 Vbtes. Wilfred Stoeber and Gerald Voigt moved to direct the board to try to Secure extended area service to Ringsted, Cylinder, and Lone Rock after the dial system gdes into service. A ballot vote was taken on the mo- dxtettded seivifie SHd.4 voting against it. Leroy Jacdbsen, hiaHSgef, reported only ft/4 miles" 6f Underground cable are yet to be laid in pfepara'tibfi fbr thfe didl system. About half the cable laid last fall is in service now. the dial equipment is to be shipped the last week of .September, with the tentative cut-Over date for dial at the end of October. the operating income for 1964 was $25,618, compared to $23,414 for 1963. Operating expenses were cut $1,409, beihg $22,255 ih 1964 and $23,664 in 1964. The net operating income in 1964 was $3,362, while in 1963 there was a deficit of $249. Directors met ahd elected officers:-president, William Hantelman; vice, Eldori Brown; and sec.-treas., Norman Larsen. The other members of the board arc Lower rates during greatly lengthened time periods are now effective for station-to-station calls over longer distances between states. New Station Evening Rates! Lower rates are now in effect for calls over Itin^er distances between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on weekdays and Saturday throughout the 'day to 8 p.fa. Mew Station Night Ratesl Lowest rates now begin at 8 p.m. instead of 9 p.m.— Monday through Saturday after 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station-to-statidn call to anywhere in the continental United States (except Alaska)' for $1.66 6r less; plus tax. Enjby a telephone visit this weekend at hew lower iterwood Voigt - and Ruben Berkland. The Ffed MtfrtehSOns visited Carl Mortenson at' -the Turner | Nursing Home in Armstrong i Sunday. Weekend guests of the Ray Priebes were the Stan Cavells, Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada. They were returning home from a> month's visit in New Mexico.' Other guests of the Priebes j Sunday were the Jaifies Sch-, midts, Don Priebes and Kenneth Schmidts, Estherville. Seneca Saddle dub frolic in the snow Seneca — Thirty-three Seneca Saddle club families met at Everett Wltham's on a recent Sunday for an afternoon of snow fun. They came equipped with toboggans, sleds, skis and spent the afternoon on the hills near the Witham farm. Mr. Witham had his horses and sleigh available. DISCUSSION MEETINGS The last discussion meeting on financing public services of the group meeting in the east edge of Seneca was held Wednesday at Mrs. Edna Johnne- seh's. Attending have been the Delmar Fischers, John Johanne- iens, Roman Rickes, Albert Klien, Edna Johannesen. Hugh Walsh attended the first meet- ng but missed the last ones as he has been visiting his daughter in Arizona. The west group meeting was held Tuesday at Calvin Vaudt's with the Marlin Wegeners, Kenneth Andres,' David Loofts, and Henry Loofts present. The next meeting will be at Kermeth Andre's. Northwestern Bell mittees will attend the meeting;.,,, at the extension meeting roofri I yjjll at Algona Mafch 20. Ann Foft^ ney gave a demonstration. The Gaylofd Olsefis, RtngStedi were Sunday callers at David |s Looft's. =| The Rev. Stanley Hansens, Us Ringsted, were Sunday callerS m at the John, Oscar, and Bertha = Olsen homes. == Martin Wilberg, Fenton, was fg 76 March 6 and his son aiid fain- = ily, tlie Jerry Wilbcrgs, took f Sunday dinner to his home. Evening guests ihcluded the John Johanncscns, and Heriry Loofts. The Kenneth Andres went to Newell Sunday and returned the latter's sister's two children who had been staying with them several days. The children's two year old brother had . == accidentally tipped the family 1 = TV over on himself resulting in the almost complete severance of the child's big toe. The child was taken to a Storm Lake hospital where the toe was sewed back on the foot, but it is not sure the toe can be saved. Sunday callers at Everett ifH Withams included the Dale j Ericksens and Mrs. Esther Hatland, Estherville. Urban-rural banquet is dated at Burt COMES FOR WEDDING Carol Johannesen, Denver, Colo., spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Johanne- sens, and was maid of honor at her sister Marilyn's wedding Saturday at St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Carol came to Sioux Falls by plane. She planned to return to Denver Monday by the same route. SENECA STARS MEET Seneca Stars met with Ann and Rose Mary.Fqrtney Feb. 27. Jill Jensen presided. Ideas for the window display for Algona 4-H daywn April.,were discussed. Music and recreation com- Her father's'65 Ford...... rides quieter than her father's Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce owners enjoy QM of the world's flniest MulprafM luxury cars. For4 owaers eajoy (he worM's finest popular-priced car. Proof? By test,* Fords rode tveii tuieter than a Rolls-Royce. And tuiet means qntility-the '65 ford XL is remark, aMy strong, welMesigned, solidly built. Prove It with • te*t drive ... you will find ,«, New QwiMty •100% ifcw body- strongest ever on a Ford. Frame tunes but irritating fold vibration • New suspension puts • big ultra- soft coil spring at each wheel New luxury LTO's • Decorator in-* teriors, thick nylon carpeting • Wai* nutlike vinyl inserts on doors and instrument panel • Rear-seat center arm jests, five ash trays (4-door hardtops), padded instrument panel New Power • Big, new 289-cu. in, V-8 standard in XL's and LTD's • New BIG SIX—biggest Six in any car, std, on other Galaxie and Custom models Visit your Ford Pealer and take a test drive spool *Lea4ing acoustical consultants conducted tc«tf i* which 1965 Fords (Galaxie 500 Sc4a», XL »fA LTD Hardtops) with 289«. to, V-* eoitioes and automatic transmis- liMW rod* quieter thap a new Rolls-Royce, Testa were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. Test Drive Total Performance '65 year yet to go Ford! FORD MOTOR COMWW 1%5 Ford G«l«xie 500/Xl, ?-Poor Hardtop TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 330 EAST ITATi STIiiT AtGQNA PALE NELSON Dale Nelson, administrative director of the Iowa Farm Bureau, will be the speaker at the Kossuth Rural-Urban banquet' at 6:45 p.m. March 22 at the Burt high school. Working for Farm Bureau since 1948, Dale started as a fieldman in Butler county. He become regional director, assistant director of organization, and in 1957 was named director of field services in Iowa. (La. 1958 he was secretary- treasurer of the Minnesota farm. Bureau, but returned to owa and his present position August 1, 1960. A native of Dayton, he was graduated from the university of Iowa with a degree in econom- cs. He was a high school teacher and coach at Palo and Wells- >urg for three years before join- ng the Farm Bureau staff. He is vice president of the Des Moines Community Blood Bank. He is affiliated with the owa Society of Association Executives, American Society of Association Executives, Des Moines Chamber of Commerce and Boy Scouts of America. He and his wife, Evelyn, have two sons. Tickets for the banquet are on sale at the Farm .Bureau Office or can be purchased from the committee or director? for $1.25 each. Committee is Hugh Black, Algona, Chairman; Glenn Clark, Swea City; Wayne Keith, Algona; Swen Larson, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Harold Bjustrom, Whittemore; Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota and Mrs. Bill Dodds, Algona, WANTED 1000 RUPTURED MEN TO MAKE THIS TEST Kanfis City, Mo, — A Doctor's invention for reducible rupture it proving so successful, an offer is now being made to give everyone who will test it a $3.50 Trust at no cost. This invention has no leg straps, no elastic belts, or leather bands. It holds rupture up and in. Is comfortable and easy to wear. After using it many report entire satis- action. Any reader of this P«per may test the Doctor's Invention for 39 days anil receive the separate $3.$Q Truss it no cost. If you *re not entirely satisfied with the invention — return it, but be sure to keep the $3.50 Truss for your trouble. If you ire ruptures* iwst write the Phy- sicitn's Appliance Co., 9109 Koch Bldg., 3906 JVUin St., Kan sat gity, Wto., for their trifl of fer. I never bite the delivery man.,, especially when he brings groceries from East End Grocery" No sir, I wouldn't, bite the deliveryman from East End Grocer'/. Because I know how much work he fives the Mrs. on these cold and snowy winter days And besides, he brings lots of goodies to our house. . The,family eats better and so do I. And the .Mrs. *ays that the twice daily free delivery from the East End Grocery is just about the nicest thlnjj that hat happened to our family since they found me on the street a few years ago. - GALL 5-3762 FOR FREE DELIVERY 2 FOR-THE l\IOW...get TWO Retreads for LESS than the cost of ONE NEW original equipment tire! De Luxe Champion NEW TREADS HETRFADS ON SOUND TIHfc BOUItb f OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES "^ Same Tread DESIGN Same Tread WIDTH Same Tread DEPTH AS THE FIRESTONE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRES ON 1961 THRU 1964 CARS Money 6.50-13 Blackwalls 2 for 521.21 8,50-14 Blackwalls 2 for J26.26 7.10-15 Blackwalls 2 for $25,25 7.50-14 Blackwalls 2 «or $22,22 9.00-14 Blackwalls 2 for $28.28 7.60-] 5 Blackwall 2»or*27.?7 8.00-14 Blackwalls 2 for $24,241 .6.70-15 Blackwalls 2 for $23,231 All prices, pl'.is tax anij 2 {rade-in tir$s pt same size oil your car. Whitewalls Add >2 Per Pair NO MONEY DOWN I Buy on flHlSTONf Regular 30-Day Charge or Take Months to Pay on all merchandise and car services, Amount Charged $ 50.00 75.00 95.00 150.00 260.00 Monthly Paymtnt $ 5.00 7.QO 9.90 19-90 11,99 All Tires Mounted FREE! f ri»d us ihown ot Firctlont Slotes; competitively priced at Fircttene Peelers and at oil service stations deploying ihs Firfitont |ia.n. Joe Bradley Firestone Norn 2W-2421, MI«M of Aljww Hstsl Your FIRESTONE Wholesfle «nd Retail Dealer, OR VIKING m SO., *lgon* KAJEWSKl'S CHAMFIIN, CHfeOMl SERVICi, Aliona LAPPE'S PX, Burt WAGNER PX, Algona OLENN'S PX.

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