The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1965 · Page 18
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6-Al0ono (to.) Upp*r &M Main** fhuridoy, Dteftmbtr 2, 1965 It's That Time Again! Iowa drivers, who for many years became accustomed to the corn colors on license plates, have been educated in the use of varied other hues during more recent years. This trend away from golden yellow, etc., will continue during 1966 - and the proof will be visible on autos after Dec. 1. That's when the •white on red plates go on sale officially. Doris Ferguson, left, and Rose Olsen, right, employees of the auto license department at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt at the courthouse here, are shown above holding one of the new plates. Favorite numbers, for auto owners who have a preference of 'license number, went on sale Nov. 1, but this Wednesday will mark the first day of over-the-counter sales here. It Is expected that 500 sets of license plates will be sold the first day. Friday morning, Nov. 26, 10,598 licenses for 1965 had been sold here. One new requirement pertaining to auto licenses was pointed out. The owner must include the color of his auto on the registration. It is also necessary for new residents of Kossuth county from another county in the state to get records from the county they moved from before new license plates can be sold to them. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) at 2 p. in. Monday at the First Baptist church in Swea City, the Rev. H. J. Crandall officiating. Burial was in the Harrison Township Cemetery. Floyd Gabel came from Chili- cothe, Mo. to visit his mother, Mrs. Lillian Gabel, and returned to Chilicothe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Daroltl Gabel and daughter came Saturday from Longmont, Colo, to visit for a few days. Mrs. Lillian Gabel left last week to spend a month with her sister in Chicago and at Long Island, N. Y. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper. When she returns from the east, she will go to Chiltcothe where she will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frerichs visited Sunday evening at the homo of his aunt, Mrs. John Celling at Dunnell, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. William Gies attended open house at the Methodist church at Rolfe Sunday for the 90th birthday of her cousin, Mary Weible. The Eldon Links attended, also. St. Mary's ladies of Armstrong held open house Sunday at the 'parish hall for ladies of the churches from Dolliver, Swea City and Fenton. Father Higglns of Bancroft was narrator, Father Thlele of Ledyard delivered the sermon and Father Bruchhadthe mass. Sunday supper guests at the home of an aunt, C. 0. Chrlsten- sen at Fairmont, were the Ralph Genglers, Whlttemore , the Mike Kennedys and the Floyd Brekkes, Another guest, Alice Kennedy, Is terminating her visit here to return to Cedars of Lebanon hospital to her nursing duties. She has been visiting here from Cal. since Sept. Mrs. Clinton Mart and Mrs.Al Guerdet of Armstrong were Sunday callers at the home of the Harold Carrs. Mrs. Kenneth Hoss and children of LeMars came Thursday to spend about 10 days visiting at the home of her parent*, the Leo Guerdets, and attend the wedding of her brother, Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet attended the wedding of Judy Pavik at Fairmont. Maurice Carr and Pat FoX, Sioux Falls, S. D, were weekend guests at the home of the Harold Carrs and Maurice and Miss Fox and the Don Koons of Estherville attended the football game at Minneapolis. The Merrill Dales and family of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests at the Ormal Gulnn home and the Barton Evans of Estherville were supper guests. A post -nuptial shower was held at the Ormal Gulnn home Nov. 14 honoring Mrs. Elmer Gram (Doris Norland). About 30 relatives and friends attended. Hostesses were nieces of Mr. Gram, Linda Stoner, Mrs. Don Johnson, Mrs. Jim Feely, Mrs. Larry Gram, Mrs. Barton Evans, Mrs. Junior Kesler and Mrs. Guinn. CDA Meeting C. D. A. of Algona will be holding an 8 p. m. dessert luncheon Dec. 2 In St, Cecelia's hall. Anyone interested in Join- Ing may attend. Barbara Detrick* and Alice Thilgesarechairladies with the following ladles assisting, Luella Arndorfer, Mary T. Bestenlehner, Paulette Bradley, Elizabeth Degen, Lynn Dole, Margaret Erpelding, Jane Frank; Patricia Gilbride, Margaret Graettinger, Juanita Hanson, La Vonne Henry, Francis Holtzbauer, Lenore Kinsey, Mary nia Kisch, Loretta Kramer, Erma Lichter, Camilla Metzger, Louise Murphy, Mae O'Brien, Bernadette Reilly, Minnie Schick, Marvel' Sherman, Rose Stebeitz and Helen UtU "Kossuth County'i Favorite Newspaper" MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley had Mr. and Mrs. Paul • Collins, Rock Rapids, asThanks- giving guests. Mr. Collins is a brother of Mrs. Beardsley. MRS. LUCILLE ZERFASS was a guest a few days of last week of her sister Mrs. James Altwegg at Redfleld, going before Thanksgiving to spend the holiday there. MRS. HUGH COL WELL and granddaughter Barbara Colwell left Wednesday for Adel to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Colwell's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart. They were Joined Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell. MR. AND MRS. Willis Colwell and Mrs. Hugh Colwell went to Clarion last Sunday to see Mrs. 0. G. Day, mother of Mrs. Willis Colwell who has been hospitalized but is now making good recovery at home. HELEN D1NGLEY went to Des Moines Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Nugent. Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe went Thursday. She is a sister of Mr. Nugent. MR. AND MRS. Howard Beardsley and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon were at Des Moines last week. The men attended income tax school. MR..AND MRS. E. L. Garbett were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Stegman, Emmetsburg. MRS. MARY OLSON had as dinner guests on Thanksgiving, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deibler. MR, AND MRS. Fred Kent, Sr. had Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., Kristy and Bruce as dinner guests on Thanksgiving. MB. AND MRS. K. S. Cowan had as a dinner guest Thanksgiving her father, Mr. B. M, Bakken. THANKSGIVING dinner guests at the R. A. Cowans included Mrs, H. R. Cowan, Mrs. W. P. Herophill, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Nelson and Melanie, and Cindy, who was home for the weekend from Mason City Junior College, where she is a student. WOMEN OF THE Moose had as guests the Mason City chapter at tfceir regular monthly meeting Monday evening, Members of $e Mason City group conducted the ritual procedure after which the social hour was observed and lunch served by the local chapter. W. H. Burger Of Swea City, 76, Rites Monday William Henry Barger, 76, a retired Grant Township farmer, died about 9 p. m. Thursday at his home in Swea City. He was born July 20, 1889 at Harold, S. D, and came to Grant Township where he farmed for many years. Survivors include his wife, Fredricka, two daughters, Mrs. Glenn Clark of Swea City and Mrs. Frank Wade of Cresco, la., a step-daughter, Mrs. Stella Burris of Sioux Rapids, la. 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services were held NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT tOOtS .Whin Old-World Innkiiplnf Hoipltillty li Mvlvri Everything you ever 1 Imagined. Everything you expect U provided (or your complete enjoyment and comfort »l the NEW Hyatt Lod«e —'Large Decorator-Designed Luxury Roomi. King-Size Beds. Individually Room- Controlled Ycnr-Around "as you like it" Tcmperatuce. Direct-Dialing Telephone!. Newest TV and Radio. Excel-' lent Food, Coffee Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, Northwest's Finest Automatic Bowling (32 lanes), Billiard Lounge. * Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters, Minutes to Downtown — Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. Nf RMtmtloni, Win, Wrilt »r fhon. 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