Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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4—ALGONA (tewa) ADVANCE THURSDAY. JAN. 20, tW6 Julie Vipond is engaged MR. AND MRS. Thomas R. Vipond announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Ann, to Robert B. Dickinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Dickinson of Fairmont, Minn. An April wedding is planned. She is a graduate of AHS and received a B S degree from Mankato State College. He is teaching in the Welcome, Minn., school system. He has a B A degree in business administration and sociology from Mankato State and has attended Seton Hall university in New Jersey. His present employment is with the Minnesota state employment service in Fairmont. DATE OPEN HOUSE We would like to invite all the friends and relatives to an open house Jan. 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. in honor of Mrs. Anna Block's 80th birthday, at the home""of Mr. and Mrs. Arnok Block, Renwick. In case of bac weather conditions it will be postponed for one week, to Jan. 30. No gifts please. Mack Wise, 74, dies suddenly on Saturday Wesley — Funeral services for Mack Wise, 74, Sexton, were held in the Blake Home Chapel January 18 at 2 p.m. Rev. Paul Hanson, of the Doan and Tlton- ka Methodist churches, offitia- ed with burial in the Evergreen :emetery at Britt. Six nephews vere casket bearers and Blake uneral Home was in charge. Mr. Wise died suddenly in its home in Sexton Saturday morning. He was born December 25, 1891, in Irvin, Ky. to j. B. and Sara Wise. His first ,vife, Gertrude De Vary, died in 946. He married Metta Culbertson Jan. 7, 1955, in Mason 3ity and operated Mack's Martet on South Federal there till 1950 when he bought the grocery store in Sexton. He was al so postmaster in Sexton. Mr. Wise is survived by his widow, two sons, Frank and James, Mason City; four grandchildren; two brothers, Strother Wise, Mason City, and Herman Wise, Corwith; three sisters, Mrs. Chas. Stratton, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Dorothy Dammcrcll, Chicago, 111, and Mrs. Nell Opheim, Sexton. Lawrence and Otto Fox and their sister, Mrs. Esther Schrocder, had their 500 club Sunday. The Bernard Kunkels were guests. Mrs. Francis Pierce and John Hildman won high, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz, low, and Bill Hauptly, travel. The Pierces will have the group January 30. vid Markla, the former Sandi at the Moose Hall Sun- M-D CLUB MEETS The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met Jan. 13 at Bernice Walker's with Opal Simpson assisting. Twenty-one members answered roll call on 'The best thing a neighbor has done for me." A family evening party is being planned in early part of February with a potluck supper. The menu committee is Ruth Harlan and Opal Simpson. The program committee will be Bernice Skow and Gladys Eisenbarth. Each fam ily is to bring a covered dish and sandwiches and table service. A lesson on convenience, foods was given by Irene Bjus« trom and Evelyn McNeill. Iva Witham read three poems. The next meeting will be with Eula Rich with Janice Lindhorst assisting hostess. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous post nuptiai shower was given for Mrs. Da day afternoon, January 16th. Games were played and music was furnished by Joy Meyer. Lunch was served by hostesses VIrs. June Nelson, Shari Nelson, Cheryl Harris, Cheri Boeckholt, Byrna Ewoldt, Linda Erickson, Joy Meyer, Cindy Long, and Carol Teeter. SURPRISE FAREWELL The Richard Rickes were given a slfrprise farewell January 18 in the St. Benedict parish Hall by a large group of relatives and friends. A farewell gift was presented to the Rickes who will move to Grand Mead ows, Minn. The self-invited guests served lunch. Almanac (Continued from Page 1) son and Murra, auctioneers. Jan. 20 — William (Francis) Fitzgerald closing out farm sale at farm located five miles south of Aigona on highway 169, then' 3% miles west. Sale includes complete line of farm machinery. Virgil Spencer and Erwih Moss, auctioneers; The Security State Bank, clerk. Full sale details Monday. Jan. 21 — Dale Wegener closing out sale, at farm located 2 miles .south, mile west and % mile south of Lone Rock. Sale includes full line of farm machinery. Quinn & Berkland, auc> tioneers; Iowa State -Bank. Ai- gona, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Monday. Jan. 22 — 1,000 head of Native Beef-Type Calves to be on sale, beginning at 1 p.m. at Cow Palace in Forest City. Full sale details in Monday's Advance. Jan. 26 — W. L. Krier farm sale, at farm located two miles north of Estherville Mobil station on highway 17, then 2% miles east. Sale includes full line of machinery. Burns, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Estherville, clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Jan. 31 — L. E. Kay estate sale, at Kay Implement at Liv etmore. Sate includes farm mi' chinery of the fitm. Glair Clark & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers. Complete sale details in Advance next week. Feb. 3 — George J. Grein E* tate sale on farm located seven miles east, three south and % miles east of junction of 18 and 169 north of Aigona. Sale includes John Deere machinery, 60 dairy cattle, Ayrshire and Holstein, hogs and dairy equipment. Leek & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Aigona, clerk. Full sale details soon. Feb. 3 — Clifford Peterson farm sale, at farm located one mile south of Amboy, Minn, on highway 169. Sale includes four tractors, complete line of machinery. Herman Wedel & Wayne Wagner, auctioneers; Security National Bank, Amboy, clerk. Full sale details next Thursday. Feb. 16 — Ernest Rhoda and Ted Ziegler farm auction, al farm located 1 mile north, 3 miles east, 1 mile north of El more Nursery. Sale includes 170 head of livestock and machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers First National 8ank, clerk. Ftill sale details in Ad* vaftce sodti. NEW VEHICLES George John Schueler, Swea City, Ford p/u; Aigona Imp]. Co, Aigona, int.; Richard H. Looft, Ledyard GMC p/u; Milton L. Jorgensen, Swea City, Ford p/u; Peterson Chev.Co., Swea City, Chev. p/U; Walter C Peterson, Swea City, Merc.; Kenneth Rowlet, Swea City, Chev; Glendon E. Peterson, Swea City, Chev.; Tuloma Gas Prod. Co., Aigona, Chev.; Leander or Esther Menke, Swea City,' Chev.; Rudolph Herman Bern- tnehaus, Whittemore, Rambler; Koss. Mutual Ins., Aigona, Ford (2); Johnie or Arline Tobin, Swea City, Ford; Richard D. Palmer, Aigona, Ford; Ernest Heidecker, Lakota, Plym.; Walter J Banwart, West Bend. Buick; Raymond E. Hertzke, Lakota, Dodge; Kenneth K. Jones, Lone Rock, Volkswagen; Richard L. Banwart, West Bend, Chev.; Raymond Carl Johnson, Swea City, Ford; Robert M. Wilbert, Bancroft, Chev.; Ernest W. or Joyce Y Hutchison, Aigona, Rambler. BRACK'S CHOCOLATES YOUR CHOICE OF 4 KINDS 2 Ibs. 97' METAL YOUR CHOICE OF 4 SIZES PHOTO FRAMES . . each 77 300 - COUNT NOTE BOOK FILLER PAPER WIDE • LINE —NARROW. RULE 6%" BOXED BOX ENVELOPES SOFT TOUCH ALL-FOAM PILLOWS . . 97' HEM • STITCHED PILLOW CASES 30" x 50" COTTON-LOOP RUGS . .'1.87 15" SIZE STRIPE FABRIC THROW PILLOWS . . . 77 REG. $1.49 SIZE WITH FREE DISPENSER JERGEN'S LOTION ... 99* NATURFLEX GIRDLES '1.57 SIZES S • M - L • XL NATURFLEX YOUR CHOICE OF PLASTICWARE fr 2 pieces 97 ALL STYLES MEN'S JACKETS 20% oH SPORTCOATS 20% off SHOP ZENDEH'S NOW - AND SAVE! Prices reduced drastically on jackets, sportswear, suits, top coats. It's the $avings Event of the Year — at ZENDER'S! MEN'S GLOVES '/3 OFF i, CAPS & EAR MUFFS '/3 OFF ONE TABLE SPORT SHIRTS , ALSO FAMOUS-MAKE WHITE SHIRTS '3.88 ONE RACK BOY'S Suits & Sport Coats 20% off BOY'S SWEATERS 30% off BOY'S JACKETS 20% off COATS Aigona, Iowa

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