Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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4—ALOONA n«M) ADVANCE THUMDAY, MARCH IS, IMS Services on Tuesday for Gus Sjogren Gustav Rudolph Sjogron. 82. died Saturday at his home. He had lived in Algona 73 years and was a retired grocer. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the First Lutheran church with Pastor Lorcnz officiating. Burial was in Riverview cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were William Finn, Robert Laing. Michael Loss, Max King, James L. Esscr, and Paul Ostwinklc. "Gus" was born in Watertown, S. D. on June 10, 1882, the son of Peter G. and Caroline Fchrn Sjogren. He married Magdalena Pert! in 1921. Survivors are three sons: Richard and Donald, Algona, and Dean, West Covina. Calif. One sister, Mrs. Breda Watson, San Francisco, Calif, survives as do 7 grandchildren. Mrs. Sjogren died in 1956 and a sister, Mrs. Freida Christensen, is deceased. Teachers at Swea City to get raises Sw«a City — The Swea City school board has given local teachers raises for the coining year of between $100 and $150 according to degrees. Teachers with 60 hours now will receive $3,000; 90 hours $4,100. These are both raises of $100. Teachers with a B.A. degree will receive $5,100 and masters will receive $5,400 after raises of $150 until 9 years service, then it is a raise of $125. High school teachers have been added to the schedule this year, in past few years they have not been included locally. The school board has received the resignation of Don But- terbaugk, football coach; Charles Madson, high school English, and Alia Hitter, junior high math. Only the position of Madson, who resigned to enter service, has been filled. Mrs. Jim (Elaine Blomstrom) Wolters, East Chain, has been hired to teach English. She is presently teaching at Mountain Lake, her husband is employed on a area farm. Butterbaugh has accepted a position at Williamsburg, and Ritter hopes to get a job near his home at St. Paul. Laiigffitt gels lop award' plaque Ray Langfitt, manager of the Algona and the Starlite Drive-In theatres, was presented a plaque honoring him for winning the theatre manager of the year award. The presentation took place at a banquet in the Blackstone Hotel, Omaha, and was awarded by the Central States Theatre Corp. Winter concert datri by AHS band The 125 piece Algona high school concert band will present its annual Winter concert Tuesday, March 23, in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock. The morning band will present Brighton Beach, selections from Porgy and Bess, Malagtiena (featuring a baritone solo by Rod Ricklcfs). Bcguinc for Band, and Trumpets Up. After intermission the afternoon band will start, with a march, Golden Jubilee, and continue with Streets of Athens. Marchc Slave, Blue Fantasy. The final number is a medley of familiar songs from The Unsinkablc Molly Brown. Little Women play dated at high school The play "Little Women" i; in rehearsal at Algona higl school, with Elmer H. Sonkset director. This play about the March family with its four "lit tic women" was adapted by Marian DC Forest from the Louisa M. Alcotf book of the same name. It will be given in the Algona high school auditorium Tuesday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m. There are no reserved scats, but tickets will be on sale starting March 24; contact Nancy Marshall for tickets. The cast includes: Barry Watkins, Sally Bay, Becky Dailey, Cheryl Rusk, Kitty Hardgrovc, Cindy Cowan, Ann Bohannon, Mike Stillman, Dave Agcna, John Snydcr, Phil Taylor and Trudy Alt. Ex-Bancroft businessman dies at Osage Bancroft — A former Bancroft businessman, Anthony "Tony" Foth, 71, died at Osagc recently. Funeral services for him were held at Osage on Saturday, March 6. Mr. Foth grew up at Bancroft and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony H. Foth. He lived here until 1942 and operated a plumbing and heating business until then. He served during World War 1 and was married to Adeline Becker on June 18, 1919. After leaving Bancroft, Mr. Foth went into defense work during the war and then operated a plumbing and heating business at Osage from 1946 until his retirement, when two sons took over. He is survived by his wife, two sons and 14 grandchildren. RUGS — Mrs Morris King of rural Mt. Auburn and Mrs William Kray, a former LaPorte City resident now of Vinton, have together braided more than 200 rugs, some larger than 9 ft. x 12 ft. Since their hobby began they have rugs now in 9 states and hope some day to have rugs in every state of the Union. FARMERS! HARVEST BIG SAVINGS ON CAR INSURANCE If you're a working farmer, you're entitled to a special 15% to 30% discount on car insurance with State Farm. 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Hot Dog Buns 239c COLONIAL HAMBURGER 8 or 12 cnt. Pkg. BUNS 2 for 39c HILAND Potato Chips Twin pack Bag 43C 1003000000000000000000000000000000 SCHILLING'S 4 Oz. Can Dream Whip Black 4 oz. pkg. 3uC WATER CONDITIONER Calgon Large- Box 69c CARNATION — All Vari.ti.i Cottage Cheese 2 16 oz. carton 39C NEW IMPROVED TIDE King J CS™« 1r Size 1.19 PURE SHORTENING CRISCO 3 Lb. Can NORTHERN WAXTEX 100 Ft, Boll NORTHERN SPINACH 49c 303 Cans; DEL MONTE Early Peas 3 No. 303 cans 59C WILDERNESS — CHERRY • APPLE - RAISIN PIE MIXES 3 No.2 Cans 69C VANISH Large Can REYNOLDS Aluminum Foil 25 ft Roll 29C NESTLES Chocolate Chips 12 Oz. Pkgs, SUNSHINE KRISPY Crackers IB. box 23c Facial Tissue 300 Cnt. NORTHERN NAPKINS Jiox

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