Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 9
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Alqona Kcmuth County •~ f : • 'fttltfmlUlmfttmm 'I fg^gyfffuffftSiatHf^l^f^,, (|||w|M|r --—THURSDAY, SIM, M, 1W7, ALOONA, IOWA club Silver anniversary gives'606 to Youth Ceiter Penton — Town and Country Women's club met Tuesday even.'rg st Mrs. J:!''n Waite's with Mrs. Arnold Hanson co-ho-tess: Speaker was Dr. Roralini Rovlra, Spanish teacher in the Brther- ville Junior college. She told of her experiences in Cuba. Plans for the Halloween party to bs held Oct. 31 at tha Community Center were made. It was voted to give $600 to the proposed youth center at Fentan. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Jack Get-harts. HAVE HOUSEWARMING v The Gerald Voigts and James Richard, Eugene Hu5- kamps, Ray Stoabers and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod held, a housewarming for Mrs. J .Wallace Smith and boys, Chan and Jim, Sunday evening with a six o'clock dinner. Phyliss circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon at E. W. Ruske's. Mrs. Ray Stoelbsr was co-chairman. There were 12 members and one guest, Mrs. J. Wallace present. Mrs. Smith joined the circle as a new membsr. The lesson on youth was by Mrs. Bay Zwie- fei, and Mrs. Fred Mortenson gave the devotions. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Oscar Belleman, father of Mrs. Perry Byam celebrated a birthday anniversary last week »t the home of his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Martin Adams at Austin, Minn. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Byam and the honoree's brother Nestor, who had come from Belgium: Qspar Belleman spends the winters at McAllen, Texas, where he owns a home in the disaster area. For the first time that location has been in jeopardy. His caretaker wired him some of the trees have been uprooted and water has seeped into the house and the carpeting has become wet. It is hoped the storm has reached it's peak and danger subsided. Engaged SURPRISE PARTY The Donald HurlburtJ \v 'rs given a surprise party Sunday afternoon for their 25th wadding anniversary. Guests were the Willard Weasels and Mike, Fort Dodge, Bernie Wesesls, Humboldt, Mrs. Gertrude Ruhnke and Everett, the Bert Seeleys, Whit-tame re, BOI'D Gerbsrs and Pam, Ror.';ld Gerb&rs, Brvin Gerbars, Algona, Dick Kueckers, Mrs. Dale Schroeder, the Ornie Behrends and. Elsworth Hevd- enwiths, Estherville. :;iv LOCALS AT GRADUATION The Lyle-Nel^Jv Charles Newel attended the graduation of Dennis Newel from basic training Sept. 21. Dennis is now spending a two week leave here and will then return to Camp Gordon, Ga. for communication specialist schooling. They also visited a cousin of Mrs. Lyle Newel, the Bill Hoertells. OFFICERS ELECTED The Fenton Cammum'ty club met Monday evening at the Fenton Cafe. E'eotion of officers was held with Roger Ulses elected president, Rev. Russell Eldridge, vice, and Gerald Voigt, sec-treas. The Donald Hurlburts recently visited the Ervin Gerber's alt Algona. David Eldridge, son of the Rev. Russell Eldridges entered the army last Monday & is now stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash. Mrs. Russell Eldridge will be speaker at the WSCS at Mallard Tuesday evening. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Panto*, lew* \ Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors •elioble 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidenct •honet MNTON Ilto27?i •INGSTIP 16*-1004 •44-1001 MR. AND MRS. Everett Steven will observe their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, October 1, with an open house in the Fireside Room at the First Methodist church from 2 to 4 p.m. Hosts for the occasion will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kiess, Charles City, Richard, Germany, and Craig, at home. No invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. •IHIMMIMIIIMIIIHIIHMIIIMIIIMIIMMMIIMMIIHIMIMMIIHIIItHMinMHIHIIMIMMIMIIUNIHIIIIUMIIIIHIHIIIIMtlllHIHMIHIMIHHIHMIIIMHMHIHIIHI has been visiting local relatives and friends, returned to her home in Minneapolis Friday. Mrs. Keith Dwire, the former Dianne Malueg, daughter of the Irwin Maluegs, has been hired as the first full- time elementary librarian for the "Prior-Lake, Minn; inde^ pendent school district. Mrs. Dwire is a 1966 graduate of Mankato State. Dick Strayer, former Al- gonan, has received a promotion with the American Red Cross, as head of their chapter at St. Joseph, Mo. He has. been with the new position since Sept. 1st and will move his family from Amarillo, Texas, the first of October. He has been associated with the Red Cross for several years. BRIDGE RESULTS Results of the Duplicate Bridge Tournament Round- Robin on Sept. 11 were: first, Mrs; Jim Everds and Mrs. Beth Miller; second, Mrs. HafoTd^Gilmore-and-Mi^fCla- ra Zfcndor; third, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Barsness, of Humboldt. Winners Sept. 18 were: first, Mrs .George Elbert and Mrs. Jim Geelan, Whittemore; second and third (tie), Mrs? Jim . Everds and Mrs. Beth Miller, Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Vern Muller. The next duplicate bridge session will be held in the American Legion hall on Sept. 25. . Mr. and Mrs. Don AM, Fort Worth, Tex., visited Algona friends and relatives from Friday to Sunday. They came as far as Des Moines with Texas friends and were met there by Lloyd Gerber. While here they were house guests of the Claude Ruarks and visited Don's parents, the Frank Asas at Rutland where they were joined by his sisters. They drove there With the J, B. Asas who took the makings for a fish dinner. Mrs 1 . 'Don Asa's photo studio building had been sold recently and some necessary legal work was done while they were here. The Ray Miners, Humboldt, came to Algona Sunday to see his brother, R. D. Miner, who is critically ill at St. Ann hospital. They also attended the dedication of the historical building. The Gene Harrises who 'have been guests of the L. R. Potters, last week accompanied the Potters to Spirit Lake to visit long time friends, the Gus Gushes. They also attended the Clay fair. The Jim Potters and Mike, Nevada, were guests of the L. R, Potters during the weekend. Mrs, Celia Deal spent a few days last week with her sister at Graettinger. Mr*. Millie Campbell, who BIRTHDAY PARTY Debbie 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson was given a party Monday afternoon in honor of her birthday. Guests were Donna Meyer, Delyce St. John, Sandra Bilsborough, Debbie Coan, Carol Chamberlain, and Kathy Twedt. Games were played and refreshments were served. An additional celebration was held that evening: at which the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Frank Butts were guests and Mary Wirtjes an aunt, and and Mrs. Jerry Cowan and Jeff. A few • neighbors also called briefly. ATTENDS WEDDING •Mrs. David Hovey flew to Clarksville, Tenn. Thursday, September 21 to attend the wedding of her sister Faye Mosley and William Shanks in the First Presbyterian church Saturday at 7 p.m. A reception followed the rites. iMr. and Mrs. Shank will make their home at Logan Port, Ind. The bridegroom has complet- his military service. Mrs. Hovey flew back September 24. OBSERVES BIRTHDAY . , v -Mr, and Mrs Oliver Bakken accompanied their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson to Jefferson 'Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Hanson's s'on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag. The sixth birthday of their son Dan was 'being celebrated. Debbie and Ronnie, daughter and son of the Hansons were also present. HELD A PICNIC A group of Algonians held a picnic ait Ledges Park, Sunday,-Mr. and Mrs! Julie Baas, MR, AND MRS. Robert Roemer, Santa Clara, Calif., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth Louise, to Robert G. Goecke, son of the Edward Goeckes, Algona. Mr. Goecke is a graduate of Garrigan high school and served four years in the navy and is presently employed by The Simas Oil Co., San Mateo, Calif. The wedding is planned for October 21 at St. Clare's Catholic church, Santa Clara, Calif. Mrs. Regina Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie.Meyer, Julie Ann and Jennifer, Mrs. Kate Stephenson and Mrs. Hattie Burlingame. They were met at the park by Mr. and Mrs. James Hanifan, Diane and Jo Ellen Baas of Des Moines. Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bunkofske of Corydon, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black. LUNCHEON SERVED Thirteen towns werg represented at the L.W.W. women's meeting Wednesday at the Trinity Lutheran church. Two hundred guests were served luncheon at noon in the church dining room. ATTEND FUNERAL •Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson attended the funeral of Mrs. Albert Reed of Renwick on Monday with the Reed Funeral Home of Eagle Grove in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Goldfield cemetery. The Davidsons and Reeds were lifelong friends. CHURCH, SERVICES UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock. LONE ROCK Sunday, Oct. 1 World Wide Communion Sunday. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship and Communion. 11:00 a.m. — Sunday Church School. 7:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship meeting and social hour at the Donald Blanchard home. Tuesday, Oct. 3 3:45 p.m. — Communicants Class. 8:00 p.m. — Adult Bible Study. Wednesday* Oct, 4 7:30 p.m. — CHbif rehearsal. 8:00 p.m. — Session meeting. Thursday, Oct. S 2:00 p.m. — UPW meeting. GUEST DAY. Our guest speaker is the Rev, LaVeffte Seth, missionary at the Mesquakie Indian Presbyteri'an Church, Tama, Iowa. St. Pout's Lutheran Whittemore Friday, Spt. 29 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. — Communion Announcement. 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. — Com- I munion Announcements. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. — Communion Announcements. 8:00 p.m. — Meeting of Church Council. Saturday, Sept. 30 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. — Saturday Class (6th grade and up) Lutheran Principals Conference at Pomeroy. Sunday, Oct. 1 8:00 a.m. — Early Church Service. 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Classes. 10:00 a.m. — Church Service with Communion. 7:30 p.m. — AJgona Circuit Bible Institute at Lotts Creek. Monday, Oct. 2 8:00 p.m. — Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday, Oct. 4 7:30 p.m. — Sunday School Teachers meeting for the lower grades. 8:15 p.m. — Sunday School feadiefs meeting for tftejl per grades. - 3 ' Thursday Oclr S i > 7:30 p.lti, -; Wailhet f»g*J ue Officers and E*«ctittve Board meeting, Nazortnc Aloofia 9:45 a.m. — Sunday School. 10:45 v a.m. — Morning Worship. ^ t 7:00 p.m. '*- Young Peoples Meeting. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Evangelistic Meeting. Prayer Meeting every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. 13 other Models $100 to $325 HEAR MORE SOUNDS Super Extended Range HIGH FIDELITY HEARING AID Algona Hotel Tucs., Oct. 3 9 a.m. to 11 noon Faithfully amplifies the whispered sounds you mis'; with many hearing aids . . . Zenith "Royalty" of hearing aids. Batteries and service for most makes — you arc invited to come in. AUDIPHONE CO., INC. Ground Floor - Fleming Bldg. 214-6th Ave. D. M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Don Meyer had a party Saturday for the fifth birthday of their son Craig. Guests were Julie Meyer, Jeff McGinnis, Delyce St. John, Mike, Todd and Doug Hammer and the honoree's brother Scott. Unable to attend were Anita Simmons and Jim Muckey. BRUCE HENSLEY 4 For the 4th birthday of their son, Bruce, the Herb Hensleys had a party Saturday. The guests were entertained by riding on ponies and games and refreshments followed. Helping to celebrate were Buddy Conrad, Dana and Lori Meyer, Mike Allen and David Cogdall. Becausp. of illness, Jim Muckey could not attend. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Tjaden will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 1. The Tjadens live at 110 - 4th Ave. North, Morton, 111. 61150. Mrs. Tjaden is the daughter of the Ralph Morgans and her bus band's parents were the Henry Tjadens. FAMILY REUNION A family reunion was held at the parental Lyle Blacks. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black of Denver, ••••••••••••••••••••••••A** r » ^ w v IF v w w w w w*w^P^r* Typewriters SALES-RENTALS-SERVICE: SOPHIES, ALL KINDS f •JF'jmWPI ™1P1 * Offlw there she is again... ina The wool mark is awarded to quality-tested products nade ol the world's best... Pure Virgin Wool Zoom into » new fashion era ... in Dalton's smooth young skimmer of pure wool double knit. Superb, Spontaneous. With a tracery of stitching giving you all the right angles on chic. "See our better dresses in the new Gold Room" ~ i Sheakleys "Women's and Girls Fashions" WEMMDOUSJ WE HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED DIRECTLY FROM THE NEW HOME BOOTH AT THE NATIONAL DAIRY CATTLE CONGRESS TO SELL ... New Home Sewing Machines — at Vi price — OFFER GOOD ONLY WHILE DAIRY CONGRESS IS IN SESSION — SEPT 23 - 30 No. Iowa Sewing Machine Co. 310 E. State ALGONA, IOWA *~*Pnon* 295-3634 SO WHAT ARE WE DOING WHILE FORD IS ON STRIKE Are we going to sit around and mope.. Feel sorry for ourselves .. Tell everyone our troubles.. Watch the rest of the world go by NO! WE ARE GOING TO BECOME ... The Area's Biggest USED CAR DEALER! °BIGGER SELECTION! 'UNUSUAL MODELS! 'SPECIAL DEALS! EXCEPTIONAL VALUES! WE HAVE A BETTER IDEA! WAITING FOR A Wei FORD? 'tttttttttttttettttt*t«t«t9tttt9«tttt*ttttttt**9e*«9tt«t«t«tt«9t You'll be flUd you w«it*d for • lf*l Ford! Mfanwhilt, let our eipect ierviee department keep your oM car 901119 until the now Fffflt ftert Holing off the ««»efnbly line* «g«in. We art equipped t« 0Jvt your c«r the fintit of cert — whether it fee • Ford or any ether make, TAYLOR MOTOR GO. 'FORD, MfiCURY ft LINCOLN SALfS AND SEtVICI" 320 EAST STATE |Ttf fT AL9QWA

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