Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 2, 1967
Page 13
Start Free Trial

Service! for EMM Reiner*, 45, of Fetter PentM — Funeral gervke* tor Mrs. Bmma Reimers, 85, ftenton, were held Monday, Oct. 30, in St. John's Luther, an church with Rev. Rex Spicet officiating. Burial was at the Fenton Lutheran cemetery. Pall bearers were Clarence Yager, Jack Munch, Kennelth Mmsori, Martin Wegenter, Bill Finnesitad and James Voigt. Mm. Reamers died Friday at the hospital in EghervUlc, where die had been a paltient for several months. Emma Legenhausen, daughter of Henry and Dorothea Legenihaussn was tern Dec. 21, 1881, in Lotts Greek township. She lived her entire life in the Fenton vicinity. She was a fife long member of the Lutheran church and a charter membetr of St. John's Ladies Aid. Her husband died in 1945. She is survived by two sons, R. H. Reimers, Denver, Colo.; W. H. Reimers, Spencer; and one daughter, Mrs. Arto Ranney, Fenton; six grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren, also one sister, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona. WED 25 YEARS The W. R. Wolfes had a group ot relatives and friends for the Jack TiemanB 25th Wedding Sunday. Mrs. Frank Dreyer was kitchen: hostess assisted by Jayne Dreyer, Margo Rusch and Sandra Saxton. Mrs. Gilbert Sax/ton, CyOindter, was dining room hostess and also poured. She was assisted by Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. David Dreyer and Wanda Marshall. Teresa Tieman and Mrs. John Hbvey accepted the gifts. Terry Tieman was: door host. Mrs. David Dreyer played several selections on her accordian,. 'Mrs. Roy Chrisohilles decorated and cut the cake and also baked the cake. $52 FOR CROP The MYF of the Fenton Methodist church collected more than $52 on a drive for Crop from the town of Fenton Sunday evening. A drive for conn from the rural area Will be conducted soon; 1 " J ^^^____ • • •'" '.'"*" The Hans Hansens, Esther- vMe, will have their 25th wedding with an open house Sunday, Nov. 5 at Immanuel Lutheran church, North 6th staeelt in Bstherville. Their children are sponsoring the event and invite friends and relatives to call from 2 to 5 p;m. Sunday guests of the William Hanltelmans were the John Strueckers and Tom, Hollee Krause, and Bldon Kazemba. . The Hans Hansens and Mrs. William Elmers were guests of the Robert Olsons over the weekend at Miniate- apolis. The Rev./Allan Hellands, Waterloo, have a 7 tt>. 14 oz. boy born October 23. He has been named Eric Allen. Granxiparenitis are the E. A. Hollands, Fenton. Rev. Helland is associate pastor of the Methodist church in Waterloo. Mrs. Illas Pierce and Mrs. Madeline Scott, Dwight, HI., were Thursday guests of the Gerald Voiflte. Mrts. P$*Ge and Mr. Voigt are cousins. Recent Sunday guests of the -Eugene Huskamps for James Voigt's birthday were Andrea Rovira, Dr. Roaalina Rovira, and Mrs. Blandlwia Gutierrez, EstherviUe, the Fred Gedgelfi, Algona and the Gerald Vaigts and James Richard. The Roviras and Mrs, Gutierrez formerly lived in Cuba. Yield Elmers, student at Mankato Commercial oollegje, spent the weekend at the par- enM Harold Elmers home. The Bennie Berklands and Linda were Sunday catyers at Harold Elmer's. The 47 dub met Tuesday afternoon with Mr*. Clarence AfftfM (Itwi) Advanc*—3 fMUMOAY.r NOV. 1 Wegener. Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Ada Dreyer were guests. The Ervin Ruhjikes, Butt, Mr*. Shirley Zumach and Lori, and the Melvin Berk- tends were Sunday callers at Mrs. Claraioe Egland's, Es- therviUe. The Howard Bruhns were Friday evening visitors at Martin Wegener's. Renee Vottelet, student at Mankato, spent the weekend at Brvin Votteler's. The Dick Norths, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at Delond Votteler's. Mrs. Russell Eldridge attended a coniference on Christian vocation at Eldora Saturday. Trudy Huskamp, Philadelphia, Penn., and Gary Peterson, student at University of Iowa, Iowa City, were weekend guests at Eugene Huskamp's. Sunday guests of 'Mrs. <Jeorge Jentz were the Barvey Higleys and Clarence Thetesfields, Fairmont, Mrs. Ida Simmons, Fairmont, the Gerald Jentzes and Mrs. Edna Mueller. Saturday guests at S. E. Staley's for Greg Hanson's birthday were the Adolph Hansens, and Lyle Hansens. Sunday evening guests at S. E. Staley's weire 1he Don^ aid Voids, Lake Mills, and Lyle Hansens. Mrs. Staley returned home with the Voids for several days. The Delbert Gietzenauers and Mrs. Elma Camron, Pasadena, Calif, visited the Lester Geniriches at 'Storm Lake 'Saturday. They then went to Denison and met Bonnie Geitzenauer. Mrs. Camron returned with Bonnie to Omaha where she took a plane to her home ait Pasadena after a mxjnlth visiting friends and relatives in the Fenlton area. Class play is dated Friday at Sentral Fcnten — Creeping Shadows, a mystery comedy, by Oermainie Haney, will be produced by the Senferal Junior class at the Sentral auditorium Friday evening at 8 > p.m. When Kit Laughton (played by Paula Weiner) arrives with her aunt and two cousins to take over the estate left by her uncle tihey enlter a stuffy blackness of a terrifying old house. They are undecided whether the unknown horrors inr aide are preferable to tine inaging ftorm outside but Bill (Mike Jackson) finialiy finds Dhe light plant and they take stock of the situation,. Their plan to turn it into a tourist home fades out when a stranger arrives on the steene, who to all appearances is an escaped criminal. Kit's surprise is swallowed by grief and remorse when she discovers, it to be Jack Hunter (Lennie Hassel) the fiance she jilted a year before. Just as she is wrestling with the problem of whether to hide him or turn him over to the authorities, another individual arrives who has the same discription as that broadcast by the police and 'now, they evidently have two criminals. In the ensuing excitement, Jack is missed and they determine he has made his escape When Mr. King (Steven Schlei) a neighbor, warns them of mysterious happenings in the old house, they decide to return to the city and their financial problems', Jack returns, however, to say he has been telephoning city friends to persuade them to vacation there. As soon as they arrive, the most mystifying things begin to occur The play is a combinaltion of mystery, romance and laughter. The oast includes Mike Jackson, Pawn Eldridge, Jo- lente Gangsted, Paula Weiner, Bierle, Lenny Hassel, Ross Johnson, David Matiow, Wiiitftm Duncan, Carl Mete, Nancy Otetaniuef, Jan Garman, Monica Terwco, Linda Kracht, Judy Bottig, Teresa Kennedy, tind* Kru*, Mary Ohnemus, ferry Schmidt, Keit Marlow, Jim Gefe zenauer, and Ed FUOBB. Odon Kaaemba is director of the SCOUTS OROANIZt Thdre were 21 boys and the parents at the Boy Scout organization meeting Monday evening at the St. John's church basement. Roy Homan will be the Scout Master and Jim Schmidt, Melvin Thieaen and Sheldon Merrill will be assistant scout masters. Arnold Hiansen, Stan Berldand, James Meyer, Merle Votgt, Ray Dreyer, Franklin Mueller, Rev. Rex Spicer and Ray Uthof are comnutteemeni. The Kenneth Halversons and Merle Halveroons, Algona, were among Sunday dinner guests at Leonard Goltz's, Blue Earth. The Ladies Exercise group will again meet this year every Thursday night alt 7:30 p.m. ait the Fenton gym. Mrs. Gus Krause recently returned from three weeks With Dennis Longs, Bettendorf, and wilh the LaDell Olsons, Harahan, La, St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner At home inside the watch works Years of behind-th«-dial experience work for you h^re. Put your watch repairs up to us. •MNTWW JIWIUR MM JKIIT SIMS Sifferm Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA-CUBAR Pecongrestant tablets act instantly* and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "harci core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satis* " guaranteed by maker. Try it today. apent the weekend with her tMtmtft, the Alfred ftedtngi. Norman 6ormanr>, soil of Uw> John Bormarvm and tfey Brpelding, son of the Francis Erpdding*, both Mudehts at Lta-as College, Dubuque spent the weekend at home. The Charles Clauses, Fort Dodge, and Conrad Clauses, Fromberg, Mont., were call- ers at Fmntis ErpekMngs last Wednesday. Jim Berte fractured his teft wrist last week while working with machinery on his ifarm. Ruth Ann Kellner will be given a pre-mipUal shower Sunday in St. Joseph's School Hall with relatives and friend attending. She is a daughter of the Cyril Kell- .fter'«, St. Joe, And will be the bride of Carroi Louis Primrose, son of the Delbert Prtnv roses, Shelkburg, November 18 in St. Joseph's church; The muscle that closes a dam's shell is, for its wetght, the most powerful muscle known. Mr*. WHffM KutiiNMMt her daughter Diane, Mrs. Skip Hah, recently spent a day ifi Port Dodge. Mr. FVh to iff Viet Nam and hid wile is making her home with her mother. They attended the funeral services last week for John Gerber at the Apostolic church, West Bend and also visited wilh Mrs. Norm- an Helteseth. Prom (fate they w?nt to fcmm*toburg and Vto- ited wMh Mrs. Row Qnhtan and Mrs. Delphi ne Atttnfcn. The development of books was largely the work of monks of the Christian church in medieval times. Riverdale Rustlers and the St. Joe Trojans 4-H clubs will hold their annual Award and ChrLsitmas party Sunday December 3 in St. Joseph's school hall. A 5:30 pot hick supper will proceed the presenting of the awards and the Christmas gift exchange. •Larry Smith, son of the Clarence A. Smiths, enlisted in the air force and is stationed at Lackland Ailr Force 'Base, at San Antonio, Texas. Larry is a 1967 Twin Rivers, Bodsa hr.gh school graduate. CaltJholic Daughters of America will hold a regular moinithly meeting November 8 in St. Joseph's School hall with Mrs. Marvin Reding. grand regent, presiding!. A 6:30 pot luck dinner will pre- 'ceed the reception of new members followed by the business meeting. In charge are Mrs. Albert Berte, Mlrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Martin Friders, Mrs. Pelter Becker, Mils. Harold Big, Mrs. Bob Berte, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas and Mrs. WiMiam B. Devine. The Alfred Redings and Sharon, Peter Kirsches and Joel Redings were guests Sunday at Gerald Kirsdh's, Wesley. Debbie Kirsch, daughter of the Gerald Kirsches had iher first holy comimunion Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley. Sharon Reding, Sioux City, OFFiR WORTH $1.50 Cut out thj» ad ^- tike to Honsbruch Drug in Algona. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 1« Pack Free; HQNSMUCH PRUC - ALGONA JIM ST. JOHN N. Thonngtoa 8t, Phone; 295-5556 : Sunday! Call in for a better eal on car insurance any dayl STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloominjlon, Illinois WOOLSI CORDUROYSI STRETCH! MEN'S REGULAR 1.89 PANT SALE HEAVY WEIGHT Sweatshirts Side zips, pull-ons and western icons. Proportioned and extra size*. Basic and fashion colors in 10 to 20 and 32 to 38. ACTUAL $7 TO $10 SWEATERS CHOICE OF COLORS Sturdy cotton with a comfortable raglan sleeve and crew neck. Snug-fit cuffs, waistband. Full cut for comfort in sizes S, M, L, XL, Don't miss this low price. Imported cardigans, slipovers. The newest styles in Orion® acrylics, wools, fur blends. 36-46. Fur-Lik* Area Rug 2" Children's Shoes •3 Women's Panties Cap-Dickey Set 99* Men's Crew Socks 3prs.99« Orig. 4.99 to 6.99! Large selection of dress and casuals. Many colors. 8</2 - 3 but not in every style. Compare at $6! 27x44- in. oval of washable acrylic pile. Latex backing. Decorator colors. Compare at 1.98! Turtleneck dickey and cap of acrylic knit. Fashion colors. Stretch cotton crew locks with comfortable cushion sole. White. One size fits all. "Skintees acetate tricot hip-sized for perfect fit. White. Sizes 5 to 10. Girls' Jackets •9 iris* J«ans, Pants 077 Girls' Coots 12" Nylon, pile fabric or cotton corduroy ski jackets. Many reversibles, hooded styles. Fashion colors, 7 - Sale- Western corduroy jeans, stretch nylon fashion pants and fleece- lined nylon thermos. New colors. 7-14. Sale! Wool homespuns, checks and plaids plus Orion® acrylic pile fab rics. Many pile lined. Popular colors. 3 to 6x Reg. 2.29 - 2.59! Tailor- id and dressy drip ,dry cottons and no-iron blends. Roll-ups, long, short sleeves. 7 to 14. Great buy! Cotton twill or corduroy with cotton flannel lining. Completely washable. Popular colors. Sizes 4-6-8. Corduroy Crawlors Half Slips I 67 StamUss Nylons Missos* Drossos Q99 Car Coats •23 Perfect quality sheer mesh or plain stitch. Stock up now! Lovely foil shades to choose from 8'/ 2 to 11. Reg. 1.98! Pinwale cotton corduroy for girls, boys. Solids and prints with applique trim. Gripper© snap crotch. 9-24 mos. Reg. $12! Bonded Orion® acrylics, crepes, Colorays and cottons. Top stylings. 5 - 13, 7 15, 10 - 20, 12'/ 2 -24@. Women's latest fashion styles! Wools, cotton corduroys and suedes. Self and pile-trimmed. Quilt, pile linings. 6-18. Actual $3 value! Nylon satin tricot with elegant floral embroidery. White, pink, blue in petite, overage. S, M, L. Flannel Shirti Collaway Teweli 107 Boys' Parkai Mew'i Jacktti Compare gt $10! Juvenile boys' quiltejJ nylon or wide wale cord parkas. Zip fronts, detachable hoods. Warm! 4 to 7. If first quality, would be 1.98, 2.98! Super-size 25x44 and 25x48-in. solids, prints. Small imperfections. Long wear! Rea,. 1.39! Boys' heavy weight cotton flannel plaids, checks. Sanforiz ed. New fall colors in sizes 6 to 16. Reg. 3.50! Long sleeve, no-iron solids, stripes, prints. Spread and but ton-down collars. Men's sizes S, M, L, Reg. 12.95! Corduroy, poplin, nylon taffeta blouse, ski jackets, sur- coats. Quilt and pile linings. Sixes 38 - 44. 4

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free