Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 6
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Lakota farmer dies; services to be Friday Henry John Rustemier, 67, died Tuesday morning at his fnrm home. Funeral services will be at 10:30 Friday morning at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, with the Reverend Father Victor Raemaker officiating. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery with the Garry funeral homo, Bancroft, in charge. Henry John Rustemier was born Dec. 6, 1899 at New Berlin, ill. He was the son of Michael and Mary Scvier Rus- temicr. He was married to Veronica Schiltz, who survives, as well as three daughters and three sons. Mary Ann, Mrs. James Cody, Jr., Burt; Phyllis, Mrs. Robert Savage, Ft. Dodfe; Jean, Mrs. Dennis Konalink'a, Ft. Dodge; Dennis, Bancroft; Paul, Pali- tine, 111.; and John, in the navy. One daughter, Rita, died in 1942. There are 15 grandchildren. One brother, Bill, and a sister, Ann, Mrs. Wilbur Fox, live in Bancroft. Mr. Rustemier was a long time member of the C 0 F. Mushroom Byron Bryant, grandson of Frank 'Hansen, rural Wilton Junction, found a 20-pound mushroom this month while hunting squirrel on the Guy farm near Wilton. 6— A«f«fl* (low*) Adfanct Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vaskc of Bancroft announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Diane Marie to Willis Bolllnger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger of Lone Rock. Miss Vaskc is a graduate of St. John's High School, Bancroft and of La James College of llairstyllng, Mason City. She is presently employed at Shca- klcy's Beauty Salon, Algona, Mr. Bollingcr is a graduate of scntral high school, Fenton and is now in the service. The wedding is planned for November 4 at St. John's Catholic Church, Bancroft. Honor*** During the 50th anniversary of Woodward State Hospital School three long-time employees were honored for their service. Mrs. Art Hoffman has been there 45 years; Mrs. Myrna Mayfield and Li.vna Reiser both have been theie 37 years. Surprise at IrviRgteR for wedding date Irvington — A group of friends surprised the Orville Thills Sunday evening for their 15th wedding. Attending were the Charles Colwells, Gene Arndorfers, St. Benedict; Conrad Kunkels, Livermore; Dick Grandganetts, Algona, and Art Zeimets, Armstrong. At 500 Gladys Thill had high for women and Gene Arndorfer for men. Lunch was furnished by the guests and the Thills were presented with a gilt. BIRTHDAY PARTY A combined birthday party was 'held Sunday at Charles Reaper's for Mr. Reaper, Mrs. Durwood Walker and iher twin brother, Donald Hansen, who were observing their birthdays also. Attending were the Leonard Hansens, Durwood Walkers, both • of Irvington, the Albert Harms family and their daughter, the Walter Piatts and the Donald Hansens, all of Algona, Mrs. Garel Leek and daughter, Mrs. Tim Long, both of Wesley, and the Dean Oulbertsons, Lone Rock. after two weeks with relatives here, Sept. if a Philp picnic wai held it the Call State part. Attending were the Sig Eldeviks, Bemidji, Minn, Albert Neteofls, Minneapolis, Conrad Gansacaes, Chicago, Cecil Hockings, Ames, The women are sisters of Mr. Philp. Others attending were Mrs. Hattie Philp, Rotfe, Mrs. Rina Philp, Havelock, Busier Philp family, Mrs. Elsie PhJlp family, Raleigh Philp family, Willis Harmon, Edward Harmons and the Ohet Harmons, the tatter of Algona. Supper guests at Kenneth Roney's Thursday were the Vaughn Schiohtls, San Francisco, Calif., and Percy Schich- tls, Eetherviile. The group continued on that evening to Perry, where the Vaughn Sohiuhtls took a train for home. The Vaughn Schichtls left San Francisco over three weeks ago for Vancouver, British Columbia, where they 'began a train trip east. Among spots of interest they visited were Montreal and the Expo 67, Quebec, New York City, Washington, D. C., and Arlington, cemetery. In Iowa they- stopped at Mafioh to Visit Vaughn's sister. Mfs. Dotis Wilhelmi, and the Dick Skillings, all former AlgdMM*. They Were rhet there bjr Per* cy Sdiichtl, a brother and taken to Estherville. Another sister, the Richard Tiedifnan* nas, Milwaukee, visited them there. The P. D. Schlditts and Vaughn Schichtls also drove ito Wahkofi, Minn., for a stiort visit with the Roy Blythes, Mrs. fetythe is the forffieff Ma> bed Schichtl. the Schichttf fetfed in t^^ ^PV^l^vlM ^BT^^VV^^Bj^^R^I „ stiUtiMonty the Algona police depart' ment if investigating a break- in thtt occurred sometime Monday night at the Kajewski Champtin station oh east State street. John Kajewsty discovered a broken window on the south tide in the back of the station when he owned for business oft Tuesday morning, $19 in change was taken from the cash register. r TITONKA FARM FOR SALE 160 ACRES in Northeast Quarter of Section 22 in German township. Farm located between Titonka and Buffalo Center. Good buildings, 2-bedroom modern home. Excellent cropland. For information, tee or call , . . RKKLEFS - ftEELAN AGENCY • RIALTORS 2 East State Street in ARNIE RICKLBFS Phone 295-2491, Algona • INSURERS Algona JIM OEILAfi ATTENTION LADIES COFFEE CUP LEAGUE S Starts Oetobw III. Sign up it *• local AlUys or call Mn. IMvin Fitolrieli «l 296-2144 AL60NA LANES . NORTH MAIN ST — ALGONA HOME FOR SALE 3 or 4 bedroom home — close in — l'/j baths, gas furnace, finished basement, large back yard. Owner leaving town. SEE AT 314 WEST CALL OR PHONE 295-3347, ALGONA CROP YES, WE'VE HARVESTED A BUMPER CROP OF GOOD USED CARS....TRADE-INS ON THE LAST OF THE'67 MODELS AND NEW TRADE-INS ON THE '68s. 1966 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 6 cylinder, 4 door. Standard 3 speed transmission. Low mileage, Radio, Rear seat speaker. Green $1695.00 1965 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door Sport Sedan. V8 engine, Automatic transmission, Radio, Tinted glass. Beautiful black color...Sharp, Low mileage $1695.00 1965 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Coupe. 327 V8 engine, 3 Speed transmission, Black color, Radio, Tinted glass. SHARP $1750.00 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door Sedan. V8 engine, Power glide transmission, Radio, Tinted glass, WW tires, Green color SAVE $$ 1962 CHEVY II 4 door sedan. 6 cylinder engine, Power glide transmission, Radio, Low mileage. Check this one out...Real buy for economical transportation. 1961 CHEVROLET 2 door sedan! 6 cylinder engine, Standard 3 speed transmission, Radio, Green.. $ 495.00 1961 RAMBLER 5 door Station wagon. Green color. 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed transmission. 1961 FORD Station wagon, 6 cylinder. 1959 CHEVROLET Biscay ne 4 door sedan. 6 cylinder engine, Standard transmission, Red with white cap $ 250,00 REAL BUYS 1957 FORD 2 door sedan $ 50.00 1956 CHEVROLET station wagon $ 50.00 TRUCKS t \ 1964 PQDGE '/2 ton pickup, 6 cylinder, 3 speed trans. 1955 International pickup, 6 cylinder, 3 speed trans. 1949 CHEVROLET 3 4 ton pickup, 4 speed transmission. i Why not drive the best an OK used car. Kossuth Motor Co. SQUf HWEST OF THE eQ.URTHOUSE SQUARE CHEVROLET ONI STOP SERVICE Bill Boldridge was in Algona for the Homecoming game and a brief visit with • 'his parents, the William Bold- ridges, Sr. Bill entered the Northern University of Iowa, Cedar Falls, earlier this month to begin his freshman year. He plans to major in business administration. Mary Boldridge, also spent the weekend with her parents. Mary flew to New York City, •in August for a week's vacation. The Lawrence Millers visited ithe Museum in Fort Dodge Sunday. The Victor Applegates, Ames, visited briefly at Lawrence Miller's, over t)he weekend. They had been, to Spirit iLake, where they had closed their summer cottage. The Applegates returned last week Friday from Greeley, Cdlo., where they had been for a week witlh the Daryl Swartz family. Thursday visitors at Kenneth Honey's were the Rich-, ard Tiedemanns, Milwaukee, Wis. They also visited the Percy Schichtls ait Estherville and continued to Wintlirop, Minn., to visit a sister of Richard, and then to Walhkon, Minn, to spend some time with the Roy Blytlhes. Mrs. Blythe and Mrs.. Tiedemann are sisters. Mrs. Hazel Sabin, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Des Moines, and the Kenneth Roneys were visitors at August Robison's, Swea City, Sunday. Mrs. Schulz who had been visiting Mrs. Sabin, was picked up by her son Richard Wednesday and they returned to their 'homes in Des Moines. The Norbert Mayers and Pant and Jane, St. Cloud, Minn., were visitors Saturday and Sunday at Robert Eisdh- i en's. The Norbert Mayers al- I so visited the William May- lers. Norbert is a first cousin of William Mayer. Visitors in the St. Benedict area Thursday and Friday, were the Otmar Fischers and Carl Ehles, South Amana. The Fischers are former res- idtentis of tlhe St. Benedict area and owned and operated the St. Benedict store and tavern for many years. The Fischers and Ehles were guests at Dennis Lickteig's and also visited the Robert Eischens and other friends. The John Webers went by bus to Minneapolis Sunday and saw the Twins-Yankees ball game. They returned Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Percy Philp and Mrs. Ray Funk, Ft. Bragg, Calif., left for home Pull or Part TIMO Help* UOOREN OROCIRY WOMAN Full Tim* To Wtit On Counter In Moat Dopt. JQI DOWNEY MjWt Baft. SJQGREN OROCIRY NO PHONE CALLS CALL IN PERSON For The Biggest Crowd And ale, Be Sure To (1) Have Your Ad And Your Bills Prilled By Yoer local Newspaper (Fer Best Reproduction, Most Readership!) (2) For The AdditioMt Territory Yoe Need To Cover (Yoor Sale Will Be Better, The Mere Widely Advertised It Is), Be Sere To Ask Yoer Aectieieer To Place An Ad In The PNorth Iowa Peacl N! >r i ' **** m If Norm wood! G 01 • 27,800 Circulation Every We«k (4 to 5 times as many as you can get from any other weekly publication in the area) Blanketing 4 North Iowa Ceuntit* (Kossuth, Winntbago, Worth, and Hancock), plus largo aroat of throo oth'or counties of this arta (Wright, Mit«holl, and Cerro Gordo) , , , Covering an aroa of MORE THAN 90 MILES WIPE, AND MORE THAN 65 MltES PEEP! Your "North Iowa Poath" i* •«" *«* k a part of 9 Itading ntwipapors of Central North Iowa. To plact yowr Farm 5alo Ad (or any other ad), stop In at ont of thost offices, or telephone thorn: KOSSUTH COUNTY AOVANCi Algona, Iowa Phono BANCROFT REGISTER Bancroft, Iowa Phone 43ol =H H 1 T HB (Ma Alton O I* I ? «l r • «•• * —' * < JL H., Ml —^ ft iritt, O U lii -.^ • Wj Hi ait, illMOND Belmond, Iowa INPiPINOfNTV Phfnt 444-7331 BRITT Iowa NEWS/TRIBUNE Phone 843-3951 Forest FORIST City, Iowa CITY SUMMIT Phone $ GARNER Garner, Iowa LEADER Phone 923,?e*4 LAKE MILLS GRAPHIC Lake Mill*, Iowa Phone 592-4232 MANLY SIGNAL Mitily, Iowa Phono 4$4-2216 NORTHWOOO ANCHOR Northwood, Iowa Phone W4-1Q5I

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