Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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OpN (MUM is held it new Wesley library Anita Moritz married Anita Louise Moritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moritz, Algona, was married October 28 to Allen Dean Schultz, son of Mrs. Kathryn Schultz and the late Arthur Schultz, Algona. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father and the double ring ceremony was performed at 11 a.m. by Father James Bruch at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Gloria Moritz, Des Moines, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Nancy Moritz, Storm Lake, the bride's aunt. Serving the groom as best man \vas Mick Zimmerman, Minneapolis, and Kenneth Roeber, also of Minneapolis, was groomsman. Melvin Schultz, West Bend, and Michael Crotty, Whittemore, ushered. Acolytes were Matt Reilly, of Algona, and Tim Moritz, of Storm Lake. Mary Hamilton, organist, accompanied soloist Ruth McEnroe. A reception and dinner were held at the Veterans Memorial building at 1 o'clock Jean Owens had the guest book and Phyllis Moulton served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moritz were reception hosts. Sue Elbert and Mrs. Doug Jergenson cut and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were Mrs. William Detrick, Joan Heinen, Marcia Grandgenett, Mrs. John King and Joanne Kenne. Roberta Thompson, Mrs. Melvin Schultz and Mrs. Millie Burns opened the gifts. Out of town guests were from Storm Lake, Cherokee, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Des Moines. After a trip to the Black Hills the newlyweds are at home in Algona. The groom is a graduate of the Kansas City Trade School and is employed at Martin's Body Shop in Whittemore. Mrs. Schultz is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Algona Santa to have his new house Proceeds from last Saturday's Pancake Day in Algona, sponsored by the Salesman's Bureau, assured the building of a new Santa Claus house to be used this holiday season. 580 people were served by the bureau during the early and late shifts. Roger Rohlck, chairman of the event, wishes to thank all members. — The Wesley Pub- Uc library held its formal opening Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4 o'clock with 235 registered from Wesley, G*** n&r, Britt, Mason City, Lu- • Verne, Sexton, Oorwith, Emmetsburg, Curlew and Omaha, Neb. The land for the new building was donated by the Odd- fellow lodge of Werfey. A gift of $8000 from the Kinney-Lindstrom Foundation of Mason City, and free will donations from the people of Wesley and the surrounding area made the new building possible. Members of the building committee are Jack Richtor,, mayor of Wesley, John Youngwirth, RoUin Heard, Mrs. Clara Erdman and Mrs. Charles Nygaard. The spacious interior of the building has two rest rooms, storage unit, and an educational room to the back on one side that can be made private with the accordian door. This room can be used as a meeting place by clubs and community groups. There is recessed lighting and the eatirc floor is covered v.lth indoor-outdoor carpet. The library board, whose members are Mrs. Hazel Studer, pres., Ethel Flom, vice, Mrs. Albert Lickteig, sec., .Mire. Clara Erdman, treas., Mrs. Dave Klein, Mrs. L. L. Lease, and Mrs. John Bleich are in the process of purchasing $500 worth of new books. Library hours are from 3 'to 5 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday; 3 to 5 and 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday; and 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Mrs. Charles Nygaard is librarian. The building was started in May and completed the latter part of October. Movng from the former library building to the new one was completed by Nov. 1. The coffee, cookies and ice cream served Saturday afternoon was furnished by Walk- er's grocery store. The spacious interior his aft Lrthaped book secUoti ttN **• _^' • -' •• /'. V- Mrs. Sandy Heard had hef contract bridge club Monday evening in Al's lounge. ; * A Halloween party wii held in the Legion hall Oct. 31 for freshmen of Oartigan high school In Algoma. Ten Wesley students were hosto. Chaperone were the Vtetd* Youngwirlhs, 0. M, Stutters, Everett Ackersons, and Davfc Kleins. ••'! •Ann WaJkef had as weekend guest Marilyn Genglef, Wmttethore* Leslie WUdin of Algofia was a weekend gUett of Janet Stutter. Anti K0U< asch, of Whtiteffidre, w*§ i pfest bf Susie Ackefsort. ";r A Ko&suth Legion Auxiliary meting will be held here fw*t Tuesday afternoon at the Legion hall. The Dean Rickes and Dennis Cinks attended a 500 party Sunday evening at Anton Trca's near Garner, Other couple's who are members of this club are* the Art Chiieks and Bill Chizeks. Britt. and Paul Youngs, Garfiet. Mrs, Rilc'xe won individual high, the ftll CMtefc* won htrfi Sid the Anton TTCM won ag for eoupte. The fUdte* h*vc th« olub Dw. 3. 'Mm. Hertntn Bode fw^ Jolly Dowi dub Tuwd*y »f . the regubf C.D.A. bUMn* ess meeting Will be held Nov. 1.4, On serving committee tre Mildred Amdorfer, RoMdie BonaVia, Florence tfekkntti, Helen Youngwirth, Lucille Nebwn and Mary Krteps. On the eUterUlnment ctomiMMee ate Ortherine Hamilton, *e OrfiMsi, Rosemary Stott, MHdfed CosgfoVe, ftidlna ftWhe, Miitbetii DomMer and iMOgene Studer ' «. Jowfrfr'i Guild will meet Nov. 21. let Geibel, Like Oily, oil* fed M Elmer Bought* 1 * Mofi< day monsitig, tire two f^mil- *« were neighbors in the Stilson area some years ago. Mr. Oe*bel vWted relaUves and friends in that neighborhood F&tn f*aulso«. The girl bottl to the Ddft (tftUtitoMM Oct. 81, .«M tail- tized Sunday in St. J<*e^'s Cathtrtk diiifdi and WM nt- med Marie AugUrtfc ttt*.Jd Garmarts *eW «{xma>«, Sufl- day guests of the Hauptmana were the Gat-mans and Mtt. Mrs. Mary Bode had the. Neighborhood birthday dub Wednesday, ifternoon for her birthday and that of Mrs. Banns of marriage wer% published in St. Joseph's CM' tholic church Sunday for Marie Nelson, daughter of the Lief Nelsons, of Britt, and Michael Cruise, son of the Vine Cruises, They will be married here Nov. 18. WE'RE CLOSING OUT ALL HARDWARE STOCK - ._ * ''•<'. '•-,•'' • ' Starting Thursday, Nov. 9 through Sal., Nov. 18 WE WILL BE'CLOSED MONDAY;TUESDAY * WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6-7-8 TO PREPARE FOR THIS FANTASTIC SALE! SAVINGS UP TO 30%, 40% AND 50%! LISTED BELOW ARE BUT A FEW OF THE MANY, MANY ITEMS IN THIS STORE THAT WILL BE GREATLY REDUCED IN PRICE: Farm and Yard Tools Including Scoops, Rakes, Forks, Shovels, etc. all of... 1/3 Off Teflon COOK WARE Including Skillets, Sauce Pans, etc. 1/4 Off *mall Appliances Steam & Dry Irons, E lee. Can Openers, Portable Mixers, Knife Sharpeners, Toasters, Elec. Fry Pans, Broilers, etc. •• 1/4 biff U.S. Made BOLTS 29<ib. Electric FENCERS 1/3 to 1/4 Off WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS OUR ELECTRICAL SERVICE, PLUMBING, AND MAJOR APPLIANCE SALES AND SERVICE WILL REMAIN IN OPERATION HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC Ph. 379-1176 i Bode, Iowa imUVl ".'I -Hi • i \ • . I; t, I'l .•><!,.*.; .'- s^^^B^^M^L«iiHM^^^^^|^^^^IH^H^H^H^HHJHtofl^^M^fl^H^H^Bl Production at MM Association 716 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 - - 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. SERVING FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS LOANS for FARMERS and STOCKMEN - - Advantages of a PC A Loan - - 1, Planned for farmers and stockmen. 2, Fay interest only for days money is used, 3, Repayments fitted to income. 4, Friendly, efficient service. 5, Reasonable cost. OFFICE HOURS Mondey Thru Friday n 4V >?:W-3:OQ 6, Owned by farmers and stockmen. 7, Permanent and dependable source of credit. 8, Short and intermediate-term loans of credit. 9, Specialists in farm credit, 10. Credit life insurance available, Tlit Dick *•*• FitM Qffitt CUrk Ntncy tl.nch«rd t nd Fi,ld Offic. Production Credit Association 71* SOUTH PHILLIPS AUGOWA, IOWA PICK WARDf U, FiiLQ OFFIgf MANAGER PHONE

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