Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 11
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Carriers elect officers at meeting The Rural Letter Carriers Assn:. met Oct. 9 at the Fenton Cafe for a 6:30 dinner. The S. E. SUra- Jeys were hosts. After the dinner all went to the Stfa- ley home for a business meeting. Election of officers for the coming year was held with Arnold Hansen being elected president, James Mai- lory, LuVernc, vice, and Maurice Givens, Titonka, sec. and treas. Officers for the Auxiliary were also elected with Mrs. Maurice Givens, Titonka; president; Mrs. Earl Berg, Swoa City, vice; and Mrs. Mary Genrich, Lone Rock, who has served 30 years as secretary and treasurer was re-elected. Mrs. DIAMOND'S H:fshel Haftman will be assisting secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will'be at Swea City. AUXILIARY DONATES The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Oct. 13 at Mrs. W. Laage's with 8 members and 2 visitors present' Mrs. Nina Schwtfrtz and Edith Laage. The Auxiliary . has met its quota of 29 members. They ordered the Legion Legislative bulletins. A gift was given to "Diaries for Veterans" and to the 50th anniver- sary of the American Legion, and $2.50 was sent to the Soldiers Home at Marshalltown. The Auxiliary has sent 26M> Ibs. of carpet rags to the Mental hospital at Cherokee. The November meeting \vill be at Mrs. Robert Krauses. SAVE MORE SPECIALS BOY'S CROMPTON MEN'S ALL WEATHER COATS CORDUROY PARKA ZIP OFF HOOD-WASHABLE TOO! 4 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Sizes 6 to 16. Compare at $12.95 Also in Extra Longs SPECIAL MEN'S REG 12 95 ZIP OFF HOOD PARKA 16 02. WOOL QUILTED LINING FOR EXTRA WARMTH SIZES 36 TO 50. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S CORDUROY DRESS COATS MANY WITH PLUSH ORLON PILE LININGS Sizes 6 to 54 PRICES AS LOW AS 2 PC WATERPROOF RAIN SUIT FULL ZIPPER FRONT PRICED AS LOW AS $4.99 Camouflage style as pictured Sizes S-M-L-XL DIAMONDS Jacket Headquarters off Northwest Iowa PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of Lenoru Hiltz, the Executors will offer for sale at public auction on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1967 AT 1:00 P.M. on the premise's (ho following property: REAL ESTATE: New modern two-bedroom home and garage (two years old) with full basement, Kas heat, modern kitchen, all hardwood floors, full bath and half bath, well located with respect to churches and schools. House is located at 1227 East Linden Street, Algona, Iowa, and legally described as follows: All that part of vacated Durant Street lying between the East line of Lot Eight (8), Block One Hundred Fifty-nine (159), and the West line of Lot Five (5), Block One Hundred Sixty (160), al lin Call's Addition to Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa. The house may be inspected at any reasonable time. Gall 295-3402, Algona, Iowa, for appointment. TERMS: Possession — on or before November, 1967, down payment of 20 per cent on date of sale, the balance due and payable upon furnishing of abstract showing merchantable title and usual warranty deed. Sellers will pay the 1967 real estate taxes. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Beginning at 1:00 P.M. the following personal property will be offered for sale: Universal gas cook stove Frigidaire refrigerator New Norge electric washing machine Two (2) rjnse tubs Kitchen tabel and four (4) chairs Kitchen stool Utility table Two 1 (2) power lawn mowers Aluminum ladder .410 shotgun Garden tools, etc. Kenmore vacuum sweeper with attachments Coffee maker, portable mixer, two (2 steam irons, traveling iron, frying pan Writing desk and chair Two (2) real good bedroom sets complete — one like now Singer sewing machine Cedar chest, two (2) smoke stand* Book rack, card tablt, coffee table, large radio, radio table, two end tables, two (2) floor lamps Zenith TV Three (3) large painted pictures Good davenport and chair Two (2) arm chairs, one (1) rocker Beige wool rug, like ntw, 10'4"x 15'4" Hall runner 12' x 3'4" to match rug 1957 Oldsmobile 4-door automobile — runs good — two (2) extra tires TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY—CASH Clerk - The Security Stele Bank, Algene, Iowa Auctioneer-Charley Quinn For further information contact the following: Josephine Kelso, Viele Rebe end Rote Rebe, EXECUTORS McMahon end Cassel, Attorneys for Executors 120 North Thorington Street, Algona, Iowa. i PLAN HALLOWEEN PARTY The Town and Country Woman's club met Tuesday evening at Mrs. Jack Get- .hart's with Mrs. Ted Jensen assisting. There were 21 members present. Gerald Voigt showed a film on juvenile delinquency. Final plans were made for the Halloween party to be held Tuesday evening, Oct. 31 at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. CROP DRIVE SUNDAY MYF group of the Fenton Methodist church will visit every home in Fenton Sunday evening for donations for the crop drive. They will begin their drive at 7:30 and return to the church basement for lunch after the drive. The William Hcdgecocks, Dickens, wore recent Sunday guests at S. E. Straley's. The S. E. Straleys spent from Monday till Wednesday at Gerald Brace's, Hayfield, Minn. They also visited the Wayne Barrs at Grand Meadow, Minn. Renee Douglas, Mason City, was a weekend guest at the parental Clifford Douglas „ home. Sunday guests of Mrs. William Elmers were the Rudolph Kressins, Barney, N. D., the Fred Jentzes and Mrs. Walter Krausc. Gary Elmers, son of the Harold Eimers, broke his wrist at the football game Friday evening. Lori Ann Duncan, daughter of the Eldon Duncans had •a tonsillectomy at the Estherville hospita-l Friday moh-n- ing. The Hook and Eye club met at Mrs. William DeWaM's Oct. 19. Attending were Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Delephine Hantelman, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, and Mrs. Melvin Berkland. The Norman Bellingers were Sunday evening callers at Stan Berkland's. The William DeWalls and Ervin Runkes were Sunday evening . visitors with Mrs. Shirley Zumach. The Frank McFalls attended a showing of the 1968 line of Kelvinator appliances at 'the Holiday Inn, Ames, Wednesday; The Roy Chrischilleses and Gerald Weiners, Burt, visited Sunday with the Peter Ulf- ents, Fulda, Minn. The Larry Buseheirs and Gina were Sunday guests at Eldon Hantelman's. v Mrs. Shirley. Zumach and girls and Mrs. William DeWall visited Friday afternoon at Ervin Runke's. MYF of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday evening. Dennis Eldiridge, Margo Rusch and Teresa Voigt gave the lesson, Man in the Middle. Bruce Gerhart gave the worship. There were 21 present. The Eldridges served lunch. The Morris Mitchells are spending this week at Irvin Davidson's at Charles City and at Arnold Heller's at Marble Rock. The Ray Stoetoers, Richard Stuckis, Julie and Jeff, Ogden and Wilfred Stoubers were Sunday guests of Mrs. J, Wallace Smith floir Wilfred's birthday. The Ray Uthofs were Sunday afternoon visitors at Ronald Chrischilles's. WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church will have a prayer and self-denial service Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Youth Chapel of the church. Word has been received here from the James Jacksons, former Sehtral teachers, that they have a girl born Oct. 17, 7 Ibs. and 9 ozs., named Denise Jolene, The Goodwill truck will pickup at the Fenton Methodist church Monday, Oct. 30. All clothing must be at the church by 9:30 a.m. Friday. The W. Petersons, Portland, Ore., reciently visited the Arnold Hantelmans. Last Monday the W. Petersons and William Knocks were break- fa;, i guests at Arnold Hantelman's on their way back to Portland. The Paul Eiglcrs had as guests Monday evening, Mrs. Jessie Newel, Mrs. Florence Behne and Mrs. Retta Eiglcr for Helta's birthday. Mrs. Nina Schwartz and Edith Laage visited Saturday with Mrs. Karl Schwartz at Rockwell City. Monday guests at Ervin Borchardl's were the John Kerbers. Fairmont, Lydon Kerbers, Winston Kerbers, Keith Kerbers, Emmelsburg, and Merle Kerwicks, Seattle, Wash. The Kenneth Codys, Melvin Berk-lands, and Ernest Berk- lands attended the .450th Reformation banquet at Whittemore Sunday evening. Mrs. Rose Borchardt, Badger visited at the Ervin and Virgil Borchardt home. Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls were Sunday guests at Melvin Berkland's. The Rudolph Kressins, Barney, N. D., spent the weekend at Fred .Jentz's. The Rudolph Kressins, Fred Jentzes and Mrs. Rose Krause were Saturday evening guests at William Meyer's, Algona. Mrs. Ed Banwart, Detroit, is spending this week at Herman Maah's. Mrs. Banwarl and Mrs. Maahs are sisters. The Ralph Dugans, Davenport, were Saturday morning visitors at Floyd Duncan's. Helen circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clarence Underwood. Mrs. Darrell Underwood and girls were guests. Mrs. Karl Lufkin had the program. Phyliss circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Art Voigl, Mrs. Roelf Miller assisting. There were 13 members present. Mrs. Charles Lovejoy gave the lesson assisted by Mrs. Dennis Hen- 'riksen. Mrs. Ida Simmons had as guests Friday afternoon, Mrs. Herman. Maahs, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. William Eimers and Mrs. Lena Jentz. The Ornie Behrends, Lone Rock, visited Sunday afternoon at Donald Hurlburt's. The Richard McCafthys, Kelly and Kim, Hartley, and Mrs. Charles Newel were Sunday dinner guests at Lyle Newel's. ' The Deland Vottelens were Sunday dinner guests at Ernest Votteler's. Daryle Zwiefel, Mankato, spent the weekend at Ray Zwiefel's. Sunday evening guests at Ray Zwiefel's for Mrs. Larry Biersitedt's birthday were the Jerome Zwiefels, West find, Kenley Zwiefels and Larry Bierstedts. •Mrs. Clayton Wolfe and girls visited her parents, the Everett Grants at Anlthon, over the weekend. Gall Ernst, Humboldt, spent the weekend at William Bruhn's. The William Bruhns were Sunday dinner guests at the Carroll Ernst home, Humboldt. Wednesday afternoon callers at the Rienhold Laabs .home were Mrs. Martha Haase and Bernice, Burt. The Fred Laabses, St. Ansgar, spent the weekend with Algeria (Iowa) Adv*rte»— 3 THURSBAY, pet. 26, WINDOW AND [DOOR GLASS NOW BEFORE WINTER BRING IN YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS. COMPLETE STOCK OF GLASS - AND WE INSTALL, TOO. LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW UNBREAKABLE PLEXIGLASS WINDOW PANES-ALL SIZES, COASI TO COAST STORES Mrs. Rienhold Laabs and at the Arnold Laabs home. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs were the Wilfred Laabses, Fern and Dennis. Arnold Laabses and girls and Fred Laabses. Afternoon callers were, the Lloyd Nelsons, Marathon. The W. B. Schmidtkes, Morristown, Minn., and Leora Hannon, Long Beach, Calif., Becky Hantclman, Cedar Falls, and Mary Hantelman Marshalltown, spent the weekend at William Hantelman's. Miss Hannon has just recently returned from Europe where she visited with the Steven Harveys in 'England. The Melvin Thicsens were Thursday evening visitors at Hay Uthofs. Sun tl ay dinner guests at Hildreth Pettit's for Sandy PeOtifs llth birthday were Pfc. and Mrs. Tony Kahler, the Ernest Friedcns. West Bend, Ronald Petlits, Mrs. Clara Fischer. CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR THE BOYS SERVING IN VIET NAM! Again this year, the Kossuth Colihty Advance will cooperate with Algona merchants and the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce in providing addresses for those persons wishing to send Holiday Greetings to young men from Kossuth County serving in Viet Nam. But we must have the names and correct ad* dresses of boys from Kossuth serving in Viet Nam. The entire list will be printed in the Advance later this month. If you have a relative or know of someone serving in Viet Nam now, send his address to the Advance today. Just fill out this coupon and mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, Iowa. Name ....... . '_. Address .. Lone Rock Tuesday morning coffee guests at Mrs. Fred Schmidt's for her birthday were Mrs. Wood row Pcttit; Mrs. Marvin Marlow; Mrs. Eldon Marlow; Chris Priebe and Michail Person . The Melford Mitchells and Sanford Mitchells, Des Moin es, spent a week recently in Detroit visiting the Pete Yell- icks. Mrs. Yellick is the daughter of the Melford Mitchells. The Melford Mitchells were Sunday dinner guests of the Willarct Hover- stens at Williams. A neighborhood card party was held Monday at Milton Marlow's, co-hosts were the Lyle Marlows and Eldon Marlows. High prizes went to Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mervin Marlow, and low to Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Dick 0. Donnell. The Leon Marlows, Utica, Mich., have a son. He has three brothers and a sister, weight 8 Ibs. 10 ozs., and has been named David Neal. The maternal and paternal parents are the Bill Kadings and t'he Eldon Marlows. The Lloyd Hutchinsons, Bob Hutchinsons, Lizzie and Fred Meyer attended t!he golden wedding open house of Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson's sister, 'the Oscar Voigts, Aiden , Minn. The Norman Ushers, Van Nuys, Calif., have their first child born October 5. He was named Craig Alan and weighed 6 Ibs., 10 ozs. She is the former Marlys Radig, daughter of the Donald Radigs. !EE DEMONSTRATION! ANTIQUING MADE EASY WITH MARTIN-SENOUR'S NEW COLOR GLAZE ^ as featured In McCALL'S nnd BETTER HOMES & GARDENS b s YOU'RE INVITED! i i S Easy is ri^ht! No paint or varnish removal necessary. 0 S Paint ri^ht over old finishes to create handsome dec- 5 S orator pieces. Just paint, gla/i 1 and wipe. You'll love it. 8 I Create decorator pieces from old scarred relics or Provincialize modern unpointed pieces. BE OUR GUEST! I'LEASK CALL FOR RESERVATIONS! LIMITED CAPACITY Friday, October 27th 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE $ ALGONA & ^ Phone 295-5253 KM W01F, OWNER AIGONA Are Not Gelling The Results To Cash In On Today's Market, Then Turn To NUTRENA's Prescription Feeding Program for Your Cattle BETTER GAINS . . . BETTER PROFITS NOW it the Him to savo on yoir Cattle Food Bookings. SAVE $15 TO 120 PER TON H Yoi Act NOW!! KEMEMBER--Al,l. m;i>S AKE NOT AUKK - SO . , . WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA ' - - • your neighbor dots Cargill Incorporated Phone 295-2741 Algene, Iowa 4

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