Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 18
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10 • 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim May 3, 1955 Pete Langmack was pictured With his Poppy Poster which was judged best in the Algona high school and then won first place in the District division at a meeting of the American legion Auxiliary at Webster City. Hot lunches at the Algeria high school Annex was started in 1951 witli 215 children being served. In 1955, 460 meals were being served daiiy. Football coach and math instructor at the Swca City high school resigned to teach education in the Minneapolis school system. In spite of rain over 1,100 persons registered at the grand opening of the Titonka Savings Bank. Mavis Harms won the $25 . * vS^ ^or pl£* from about 54 to 74 toys of aRt! MEW M PR OVE M E NTS i i\i Improved: 52 Ibs. more pork per Ion than previous formula. Improved: new combination of potent dlsease-flghtine additives. Continuous Improvements from Nutrena Research In nutrient balance, payability and performance. - -' Privlout furmuli New formula New Mrmula Advintaeo Daily gain, Ibs. 1.12 Feed per head dally, Ibs. 2.5 2.5 1.19 6% more same 2.20 2.08 5% less Feed cost per Ib. gain, < 8.43 8.05 4.6% less . Cain per ton of ration, Ibs, 909 961 5.6% more Chart above shows how this Improved Pre-Shoat-16 perlormed against the previous formula at Nutrena's Research Farm. Nulrcna Prc-Shoat-16 Is a complete, pelleted ration for the "stretch out" perio'd for pigs from 54 to 74 days of age. Nulition, additive protection and palatability are specially tailored to the needs of pigs during this period. Set us for new free Farm Bulletin Cargill, Inc. Phone 5-2471 Algona Federal North Iowa Grain Go. Sexton Enjoy a call this weekend! MANY LONGDISTANCE BATES WITHIN IOWA REDUCED! The latest reduction in rates for Iowa telephone users makes Long Distance a bigger bargain than ever! Station call evening rates (6 to 8 p.m. daily) are now in effect all day on Saturday up to 8 p.m. even lower rates all day Sunday I New night rates, lowest rates of all, apply all day on Sunday as well as from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. nightly. Now you can enjoy a telephone visit anytime on Sunday at lowest Long Distance rates in history I No need to wait until evening hours i.. lowest rates are in effect all day on Sunday. Use this chart to save money on your Long Distance calls 4:30 A.M. STATION LONG DISTANCE CALLING GUIDE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY a P.M. HUT MORNINQ 4:10 A.M. Northwestern Bell 4-ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 6,1945 savings bond .Other bond winners were Claude E. Sinnelt, Mason Cily, Mrs. Cliff Hoover, Burl, and Ed Hanna, Woden. Congregations of the Lutheran churches affiliated with the Missouri Synod in Algona, Lu- Verne, Hurl, Whiltemorc, Fenton, Fairvillc and Lotls Creek participated in a nation-wide special offering for Synod's service people on Mother's Day. The offering from the 5,(MJO churches In the nation will be used solcy for the spiritual care of the denomination's youth in the armed services. Lakota, May 1, 1945 Albert Boekelman, was a new member of the city emy senior play were filled the performance of the "Step On It, Stan". More than 600 junior and t«n< ior high school students paftici* pated In the fourth annual Wiu> sic festival held in Algona. Schools with musicians here were Algona, Burt, Fefltotlj Grant township, Lakota, Ledyard, LuVcrnc, Titonka, Wesley, Whittcmore. The Burt chapter el the eounv ly Conservation League had a crow killing contest. L. A. Bdet- tchcr was captain of the side which killed 239, while J. G. McDonald's sicic killed 198. The contest had two more weeks to run. A proposed radio broadct.lt of the Algona Community orchestra from WOI, Ames, had been postponed until May 15. A new type of itreet light yndsay salt Watef UK 83% YiWftg Oil ^---_- 88% 'Jungle Room ^ 88 V. P. W. 53% Evefds Bros. 52% Johnson House 52 Dairy Queen 51 39% 40 54% 65% 56 53 Frederick Hdwe. __ 43% 60% Hamms 41 63 Gambles 39 6? Coast-to-Coast 25% 82% High Team S«rlm Lindsay Soft Watef 2300 High S«rlM Joyce Peterson . 527 High Game Joyce Peterson 187 Algona Barbels _—_ 64 * 72 Taylor Motors ,__ 58% 77% Hiland Potato Chips 57% 78% Herb's Produce ~._ 56 80 M & 0 Auto ______ 54 82 Consolidated Milk __ 49% 86% Saturday Nite Mixed Double. . (.«agua N«, 2 < W L Colony Inn 101 35 police force. He had been discharged from the service in January and he had done guard duty overseas. The men of the Fenton Community club held a work session in the city park with 25 men attending. Besides general clean-up work they trimmed trees. Supper was cooked by Alvin Zumach and Fred Newel and served to the workers. County eighth grade examinations were held in Algona at Bryant school, in Titonka and in Lakota. Some 150 pupils wrote the tests. Announcement was made by the War Food administration that a feed subsidy of 17c a pound would be paid to dairy farmers for butlcrfat produced in April. H applied to cream producers in Kossuth county. A subsidy of lOc had been the price. Twenty Algerians graduated from a seven weeks Red cross standard first aid class taught by Lola Scuffham. An examination was given on conclusion of the class, and three year certificates were awarded. One local restaurant turned in 165 pounds of used fat. Waste fats were used in the manufacture of rubber, in explosives, and in medicine. For the month of April a total of 424 pounds were delivered to the receiving depot here. The Burt senior class play, Huckleberry Finn, was presented in the auditorium. In the cast were Bill Boettcher, John Ilieb- hoff, Lois Weber, Betty Olson, Betty Mann, Gene Geilenfeld, LaVonne Grcise, Evelyn Meyer, Clarice Riebhoff, and Charles Officer. —0— May 2, 1935 An Algona woman, Mrs. Anton Jcrgenson, was murdered in her home. She was unconscious when found on the kitchen floor in a pool of blood. She died three days later without regaining consciousness. Robbery was the motive. The Bryant School and Lillian Granzow's first grade class in the new high school building were temporarily closed by order of the school board as the result of 21 cases of scarlet fever and 22 cases of measles in Algona. The Bancroft Register, owned by R. E. Hutton, was sold to Donald P. Dewel. The sale included the newspaper and Mr. Hutton retained the job-printing plant. All seats at St. Cecelia's acad- new was being tried out on a lamp post in front of the city light light plant in AJgona. The bulb was filled with sodium gas and burned something like a neon lamp. The new lamp used more than 400 watts with more than 1000 candlepower, whereas the ordinary bulb used only 200 watts with only 200 candlepoW' er. Thus more light was given for the electricity used. The lamp was in the experimental stage and was only here for a time. 1/01117 Thursday C It tile Lcagu* W Hamms No. 2 83 Hamms No. 1 __ 76 Lindsay Soft Water 73% Carnation Milk 64 Hub Clothiers 60 Gene's Electronics __ 43 L 25 32 34% 44 48 65 68 69% 75 75 Northrup King __ 75 61 63 72% East End Grocery 40 Pioneer Hi-Bred 38% Plantation 29 Algona Lanes 29 High Team Series Carnation Milk 2669 High Serie* Dick Frideres . 622 High Gam* Jim Kelley 235 Friday .Mixed Doublet W L Zender's 84 44 Pittman Finance 83% 44% Ron & Jack's ___ 80% 47% Cook's Welders 80 48 Hutzell Office Supp. 73 55 Moorman Feed 67% 60% Minnesota Woolen 51 77 Kossuth Speedway *._ 37 63 Fenton Lockers 46% 81% FEM1C 36 92 High Team Series Zender's ______ 2274 High Series Women — Heide Ferguson 507 Men — Clayton Pittman 588 High Game Women — Heide Ferguson 191 Lavonne Lindhorst 191 Men — Clayton Pittman __ 245 Saturday Nite Mixed Doublet League No. 1 W L Chrome Cafe 93 43 Directory Service _^_ 73 Algona Lanes 63% Standard Oil 59% 76% Algona Plumbing __ 58% 77% Diagonal Grocery __ 58% 77% Coca-Cola __ 55 81 Coffee Cup League W L Petticoats 72 44 Eight Balls 70 46 Question Marks 70 46 Black Cats 62 54 Goofers 52 64 Sharks 22 94 High Team Seriet Question Marks 1954 Maybelle Geilenfeld 454 Betty Hoover 184 Women — Heide Ferguson 202 Uftfu* (Season Finished) Miffc Team Si Colony Inn -,--=--,High Sefle* Women — Heide Ferguson 2296 380 Men — Lewis Ferguson ^ 568 High Game Men — Kenny Johnson «* 226 fflever OtL.OAT- daughter Janet Mr , and Mrs, Lyte Glover , Webb, w*s lected by the International farm Youth Exchange delegate to Poland. / , Wednesday Night Women W East End Grocery — 86 Cook's Welder Supply 85 Women of Moose __ 80% Iowa State Bank __ 75 Peterson Furniture _ 56% Security State Bank _ 56 Coffee Shop _! ______ 53 Honsbruch Drug __ 51 J & K Tavern ______ 51 Rusk Drug ________ 48 Algona Lanes ______ 42% Good Samaritan ____ 40% High Team Series Cook's Welder Supply ___ 22i Helen Kirkland _____ Helen Kirkland __________ 208 High Series Jerry Ferris _____________ 598 High Game Jerry Ferris __________ ,___ 234 L 34 35 39% 50 63%; 64 :•':' 67 69 69 72 77%, 79%: Ricklefs & Geelan __ 88 North la. 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SUNDAY — 2:30 • 4 P.M. on the BIG voice KLGA RADIO 1600 Wednesday Night Bode Elevator Fenton Elevator Hoover's Cunningham Cafe __ East End Grocery Borden Dairy Percival Motors Hobarton Co-op. __— N. F. 0. _— Bernio's Recreation _ Elk Cleaners Bode's K & H Men W L 83'/a 44'/2 81 47 76M. 47% 74 54 73 51 69 55 66 58 64% 63'/2 54 70 52 76 48M; 79% 14 110 Thursday Night Women W L Fareway 77 31 DlCKYY. DAISY FOR ONSTRATION OF NEW L. P. GAS TRACTORS SIVEUS ANOTHER (SUSS OP'UQUID HEXU.TH'iMOM -THAT <SOOD MILK FROM WE MEAN. CALL OUR OFFICE - 295-2484 OR CALL ROGER HOOVER NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL QAS Sf RVICE 1Q f AST STATi AtOQNA 'WHHUriO«{ B 356J 10*1

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