Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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Congressman May* dub Wttfc BMcnft SoMlw CONGRESSMAN Wiley Mayne chats with a Bancroft soldier, Sp4 Jim Hauptman, at Honolulu's Tripler General Hospital on August 10th. Hauptman left Vietnam in July for rest and rehabilitation, but his stay was prolonged when he was victim of a motor vehicle accfdent. Recovering nicely, as indicated in picture, Jim expects to be home in Iowa in two weeks, happy news of which was conveyed to Hauptman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hauptman of Bancroft, by Congressman Mayne upon reaching the mainland last Sunday. The Congressman met Jim while visiting Vietnam casualties at the hospital. Mayne was in Honolulu for sessions of the American Bar Association's House of Delegates. 2—Aljpfu (I*M) THURSDAY, AUO. 17,1W New pastor at Swea City and Burt installed IIHItMMHMIMHItHIIMIIHHHHIMHHIMHIIHMHIHIMHHMIIHHHH Ml MMHMI IMHMMIMIIMIHIIlm IIIMIIMMIM I MHinilMHIIIHINIIHIIHIfltlHMMHIIHII*HMIHIMIHIHHt School opening at Burt set for Aug. 28 Burt — School starts August 28 at the regular liours. The teaching staff is: Sybil Dangelser, Kindergarten; Mar- lenc Stenzel, 1st grade; Mrs. Beverly Skadburg, 2nd; Cynthia Long, 3rd; C. Myrle Dutton, 4th; Esther ..Hilton, Stir, and Janice Troutman, 6th. Charlene Brace will teach 7th and 8th Grade subjects, Waldo Kruse is coach and teaches physical education and other subjects. Other teachers are: Paul Espc, band, Erna Grover, vocal music and German; Thomas Herrick, commercial; Fred Hilton, gu idance cou nselor; Richard Oampany, science; Jorry Nydeggor, math; Marie Wilson, art; Corrine Morse, Home Economics; Ellen Stock, remedial language arts. iDean James is high school principal and Harry Haven is superintendent. iPaul Hasse and Walter iMescher are janitors, and 'cooks _re Mildred Mesdher, Esther Schrader and Beitty Miller. _ Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt Candidate Edwin Bishop WHS ordained and installed as pastor at 7 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran church at Swea City and installation servic-. 1 was held for Pastor Bishop. The sermon at both services was delivered by Pastor Martin Zachocke, Valparaiso, Ind. Pastor Bishop' succeeds Pastor William Scheer, now at Wisconsin Dells. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church served a buffet supper at 5 p.m. to 80 including the visiting pastors and wives and SI. John's church council and wives. A reception for the Bishops was held Monday at the church at 7:30 p.m. and there was a grocery shower for the new family. NURSE GRADUATE The Merle Schwieterts and Douglas Mechlers, Mrs. Louise Mechler, Mrs. Orpha Meohler, all of Tiitpnka, went to Des Moines Friday to attend the graduation of 65 seniors of Iowa Methodist School of Nursing in the First Metihodist church in Des Moines. Patricia, daughter of the Merle Schwieterts graduated. Enroute they stopped in Ames and had supper at the Paul Dana's. The Danas also attended the commencement. Ralph C. John, president of Simpson College, Indianoln gave the address. Patricia Sohwietert is home for three weeks vacation and will return to Des Moines and start work at Iowa Methodist hospital Sept. 5. ATTEND WEDDING The Wallace Hawcotts at- tettded the wedding of HendrickA, daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. (knfgf Hendrteks, Fort Dodge, and Drexei Petersen, Jr., «t (hi Pint Methodist church In Fort Dodge ftt 7:30 p.m. August 12. __ GOES TO ALASKA Dr. B. K. Bahnsoti left Atig* ust 15 by plane front Sou* Falls, S. D., for several Week* visit in Anchorage, Alaska, with the Dick Cummings. The Ralph Bonneys and Danny, Milford, visited Thursday at the jewelry store in Milford. A birthday dinner for Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel was served Sunday at Merrill Zwiefel's, Titonka. Others present were the Gary Zwiefels, Cletus Zwiefels, Brian Zwiefels and Patricia Zwiefel. The George Beckers had a picnic supper Sunday at the park at Clear Lake. The Wesley Bemhards, Baltimore, Md., came the first of the week for a visit at Ray Westlings and with other relatives. Mrs. Frank Becker and Nancy went fo Esthdrville Monday to make plans for school starting August 28. Nancy will be a sophomore at Junior College this fall. The A. C. Hinckleys went to Cherokee Sunday to visit son Duane. He returned homo with them for several weeks visit. The Orville 0. Whites, Nashville, Tenn., came Sunday and visited to Wednesday with Jessie Rash. Mrs. White is the former June Rash. En- route they visited the William Ernst, in Northbrook, 111: Mr.«. Ernst is the former Margaret Rash. The David Millers, Leslie and Lisa, Chino, Calif., came August 15 for a visit wiUi •Mrs. Jesse Rash and Mrs. Esther Miller. Mrs. Miller is •the former Lynda Rash. En- route they visited in Yellowstone National park and with friends in Sheldon. Duane Willrett, Rochester, Minn,, spent the weekend at Ftnton soldier fit Ft. Rlley, Km. (AHTNC) — Cadet Wayne E. Stoeber, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred E. Stoeber, Fenton, Is shown preparing his pack for the field while attending Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps summer camp at Ft. Rilcy, Kan. He is a student at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. He received six weeks of training in leadership, rifle marksmanship, physical conditioning and other military subjects. Upon successful completion of summer camp and graduation from college, he will be commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army. Cadet Stoeber is a 1964 graduate of Sentral Community high school, Fenton. Mitchell's were the Al Meyers, Jim md fUohael, Radnc, Wi*. and the Normafi Mitchells, He;* Moiii«t. Their dtugnter, ftorv di who hfcd spent the week n/KKi returned with tncfn. Sundfty the group visited Mrs. L C. Williarm at Trimont hospital. She to improving and may be home soon. Judy Mttrtien, Iowa Cifty, will spend a few days at home before starting her senior year at the university, The P. L. RyersonB, Selirw Clifton and Lulu HawcoK •pent Sunday at the ttotttver Memorial state park near Fort Dodge, The Jack Giffords, Bode, were weekend guests of Mrs. Gertie Moore and Mrs. Meta Gifford. Mrs. E. A. Junkermeieu, Neoma and Alma, went to West Branch, Sunday to visit the Hoover Birthplace. On their return home they visited in Cedar Falls at Mrs. Charles Black's. She was student director at the Westminister Center in Cedar Falls when they attended school there. Guests Thursday at Dean Andrews home were the Dale Sturthers, Algona, the Lynn Struthers, Lisa and Kendra, San Diego, Calif Rose Struitih- ers, Doan, and the Kirk Struthers, Algona. The Michael Scotts are on a trip in Eastern States and will attend Expo '67 in Montreal before returning home. Fldeto Cljws will" have a 12:30 ftowi picnic at the Butt park August 25. Games arc Hi A chW of Ohel Sm«h. ' The Dr. CoMcm, who live at Denver, Colo., who had visited relatives here teal; week returned home early Sunday, Guests Saturday at Frtnk, Becker's home were the Mai- ok! Beckers, Roscoe M_Wd* > sleys, Jr., the George fleckers, Thcteft Schnakenbergs, Lu-. Verne, and Ray McWhttters. \ Dr. Cpllett showed picture* of. home. He is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. The Friendly Birthday club met August 14 with Mrs. Lyle Marlow. Guests Sunday of the Carl -Reynolds were the Sylvester Robinsons, Bancroft, and O. T. Cherlands. The Charles Curtis family returned Sunday from Lincoln, Neb., after a weekend at Dennis Johnson's. Mrs. Julia Warne returned with them aftelr a month's visit with the Johnsons. Weekend guests at Donald Good Hope WSCS will guest day Sept. 1 The Church World Service truck conies August 21. The Good Will trtick from Sioux City conies August 23. Guests Sunday at Dean Andrews' were the Henry Mertzes, Wesley, Earl Stevens- es, Scott and Shawn, West \ Bend and the J. D. Andrews, ' Mankato. The Scott family had just returned from a trip to New England states arid a visit in Montreal, Canada and Expo '67. •}. The Ray Westlings spent the weekend in Shenandoah at Larry Westling's. Vicki Westling returned with them after a ten day visit in Shenandoah. Cucumber Kathy Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Young, Seymour, grew a 22 inch long cucumber in their garden this summer. THE 1967 MARTIN COUNTY FAIR PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS FRIDAY AND SUNDAY AUG. 18 8:30 P.M. AUG. 20 "THE ACTION TRACK OF THE MIDWEST" MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. Special Clearance Prices on LAMPS PICTURES PLAQUES 1 . DINING ROOM DROP LEAF TABLE Walnut Finish Reg. $99.50 CLEARANCE DINETTE SET 4 Chairs - Table Reg. $149.50 CLEARANCE $98.88* 3 Piece Maple BEDROOM SET Double Dresser - Bed & Chest CLEARANCE SPECIAL $139.88? MIGHTY o flMUIIiiillll Every Item in Store on SALE |i.tiit.lll|| .Utlj|l.ll.|| GREATEST CLEARANCE OF THE YEAR! FURNITURE - BEDDING - CARPETING Save - $100 - Save 5 Piece Modern Grouping Living Room Group Sofa - Chair - Coffee - 2 End Tables Reg. $299.00 CLEARANCE $199.00 Save - $100 - Save SOFA SPECIALS Modern - Early American - Traditional All Reduced to a Low Low Price for Immediate Sole! SOFA BED SPECIALS Early American 84" Sofa Bed Nylon Cover. Reg. $189.50 CLEARANCE $119.00 Modern 84" Sofa Bed Nylon Cover. Reg. $109.50 CLEARANCE $88.88 VISIT OUR CARPET DEPT. Look Over the Many Values. 5 Rolls on Hand - SAVE! Special - Inlaid Cleaarnce $3.25 sq. yd. Special - Cushionflor Clearance $2.29 sq. yd. Plus Many Other Floor Values, BEDROOM SUITES EARLY AMERICAN — MODERN All Priced To Sell! 3 Piece Walnut Dresser - Chest - Panel - Bed Reg. $199.00 Real CLEARANCE $169.00 STORE-WIDE CLEARANCE DINING ROOM Both Early American and Walnut Specials on our many different pieces in solid maple by Provincetown. Furniture that lasts forever. 48" CHINA Reg. $169.00 Clearance $144.50 Drop Leaf TABLES Formica Tops REDUCED TO SELL! 42" Round EARLY AMERICAN TABLE 2 — 10" leafs — 4 Captains Chairs — Plastic Top — Sharp! Reg. $199.50 CLEARANCE $148.88 DINETTE SPECIALS KING SIZE SETS Extra Room 42" x 60" x 80" 1 - 20" Leaf — 6 Fabric-Backed Chairs — Sturdy! Reg. $189.00 CLEARANCE $149.00 68" SOFA SLEEPER Full Site Mattress Inside - Nylon Cover Reg. $199.00 CLEARANCE $149.00 See Our Many Styles of Choirs that will be going at Fantastic Prices! BARGAIN TABLE STOOLS PICTURES-FIXTURES Many other items worth $5.00 and more. Your Choice Me 80" Supported Plastic SOFA BED Reg. $169.00 CLEARANCE $129.00 SOfA SAVE JWRTS FRIDAY, AUGUST II - 9 A.M. SAVE - TWIN OS IVU IIU 1 QQ SPRING AIR VICTORIA ENSEMILE WW •312-wilmomtii ... ,. " . T MI k L i- * honglti and vtnli I? . u ^±.5'»^s;vot ^•^•S'— •MHMU ftltful tetitiinl lU«p • A^ailob! K • Uvcly tattin piinl o , . a i. '"•'" Rm 8 ""- Owin titf GARRY HOME FURNISHINGS EASY TERMS BANCROFT, IOWA t FREE DELIVERY Our Mattress Company is having a Big Sale too! STOP AND SEE THESE SPECIALS! $79.50 EMPRESS MATTRESS OR SPRING 4/$ 313 C«U —, Firm $89.50 BACK SUPPORTER — FULL SIZE MATTRESS QR SPRING ----- ____ Plw$ Many More!

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