Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1966 · Page 3
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Patricia Goetz, Wesley, weds John Frideres Wesley Patricia Goetz, daughter of the George Riekes, and John Frideres, son of Mrs. Marvin Eischen, and the late Irvin Frideres, were married January 11 at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Father R. w. Phillips performed the double ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were her sister Janice Ricke, maid of honor, and Mrs. Ronald Rosenmeyer and Ann Eischen as bridesmaids. Wayne Arndorfer charge of the presentation of the study book, "Babylon By Choice" and a pl&y, "Bridges in Bixton." January 23 this school will be held in Wesley with Mrs. Chas. Nygaafd in charge of the lesson. A film strip on missions will be shown, SHOWER IS GIVEN Patricia Goetz was given a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's parish hall. At 500 Mary Forburger and Helen Youngwirth won high and low score prizes. Elsie Kunkel's name was drawn for door prize. Patricia, a daughter of the Lso Goetzes, will become the bride of Jerome Judge, Boorte, February 19. PARTY FOR HUSBANDS CDA sponsored a husband was best man, and Robert and,arid guest card party in St. Jo- Ronald Rickej groomsmen. Le ~ Roy Thilges and Ronald Rosenmeyer were ushers. A dinner and reception were held at the VFW hall, Algona for 200 guests. Connie Lickteig and Norma Pfeffer had the guest book. Mrs. Arnold Stuff- lick and Mrs. Norbert Frideres cut the cake. Mrs. Mike Vitzthum, and Mrs. David Ludwig were coffee pour- ers. Marge O'Rouke, Kay Stuff- lick, Lois and Mary Stufflick seph's parish hall. At 500 at 12 :ables Mildred Arndorfer and Hay Stevens were high, and Maud Studer and Ed Otis earned the consolation prizes. Clarence Nelson's name was drawn for door prize. and Linda gifts. Eenhuis opened After a short honeymoon they are living at Wilmington, 111. where he is employed. Guests were from Algona, Britt, Wesley, St. Benedict, Bancroft, Whittemore, St. Joe; Junction City, Kans.; Morgan, Minn.;" Kanawha; Wilmington, 111. and Marshalltown. Soloist was Mrs. Dale Brand, Clarion. Organist was Mrs. Bob Eischen, St. Benedict. MISSIONS SCHOOL A school of missions was held in Corwith January 16. It was a joint pn/gram for the Corwith and the Wesley Methodist churches during January The Arend Schreuers were in Mrs. Ann Smith, Hartford, spent last week with her niece, Mrs. J. M. Kunz. She then went to the Earl Ward's at Mason City for a visit. Several Methodist men attended a sub-district meeting at Crystal Lake Jan. 17 and heard Rev. Merlin Davies give a talk on the Aerospace Center in Houston, Texas. Circle 2 of Methodist women held a 7 o'clock pot luck dinner Jan. 19 at Richard Smith's for members, husbands friends. Circle 1 meets Jan. 2( at Halvor Flora's. Circle 3 met Wednesday at Al Wagner's. St. Joseph' Guild wfil meet Thursday evening January 20 Father Phillips will show slide? and talk on his recent trip to Europe. Circle 10 will serve lunch. Ed Johnson, Bill Goetz anc Lyle Hirnes attended the Leg ion winter conference of the 8th district at Gilmore Citj .,. Goetz is first Vi<*»c6frV mander of the 8th district and s seeking the post of district jofiiftiandef. A Kossuth Legiofl meeting will be held in the Legion hall Thursday evening, January 20. d Johnson is the local commander. Saturday guests at Ed Crtii* se's were the Merlin Studers. Zeno Reisings, Carl Froelich, fr., John Carman and Paul Bode. It was birthdays of Ed Iruise and Carl Froelich. Mrs. Donovan Studer had her Sewing club January 12. Other members are Anna Mae and Hirner, Eileen Johnson, Colleen ?titder, Bernie Hamil- on and Rita Youngwirth. Sunday guests at the parental Vine Cruise's, were the Norman Staudts, Mason City, and the Ed Cruises. Bill Cruise and Bill Matoon answered the draft and loft Monday for Des Moines. Both had been employed at the Farmer's elevator icre. Ray Hansen and the Howard lansens are now living at Palm Gardens Trailer Court at Har- ingen. Texas, where they will spend the winter. They are 18 miles from the Elmer Glawes and the Fred Seefelds. The Geo. Detmerihgs took his mother Mrs. Earl Detmering to her home at: Qswatene, Kans., over the weekend, had spent three weeks at her son's. Vicki and Kathy* Detmer ing staved with their uncle and aunt, the Luther Nvgaards. Carolvn Studer. Des Moines, soent the weekend at the par ental Paul Studer's. The worn' en attended the-Goetz shower. Mrs. Tom Forburger, Jr. and children, Aleona, spent several days over the Jan. 16 weekend at the parental Dr. H. H. Raney's. def, Minnie feleich, Msie Kurv kel fthd Mary Weber oil:the committee. BeffiicSe Vitethum, Marilyn Lickt&g, Item ttanig, Rosalie Studer, Mary Kfieps, Mary Richter and Esther Reising on the entertainment committee. The girl born Jan. 5 to the Alvin Beckers Was baptised by Father R. W. Phillips in St. Joseph's Catholic-church Thursday fthd named Mary Jane. Her aunt Jane Becker and her uncle Vernon Berte, St. Joe, were The Ralph Schipulls will have their 500 club Monday. The Philip Studers had the group January 3. Mrs. Cliff Anfinson is spending several weeks with her sister in Fresno, Calif. Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. L. L. Lease had the Women's Missionary Society January 19 in the Evangelical Free church. Mrs. Orville Smith was brought home January 12 from the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had gall bladder surgery. Mrs. Ann Kunz and Lewine, Des Moines, spent Saturday The Joe Krieps and her mother, Mrs. Helen Youngwirth attended the funeral of a cousin John Stalzer. 71, Wednesday morning in Hayerhill. CDA will meet next Tuesday pvening with Agnes Stevens, Margaret Becker, Mary Joe Stu- $ 398,500 I in earnings paid our savers in '65 BY THE DEEP ROOTED BUSINESS THAT CAME TO STAY IT WAS EARNINGS TIME AGAIN for our savers. The $398,500 paid depositors here December 31st is living proof of the contributions our savings and loan business makes to be personal progress of thrifty folks. Start the new year with a savings account here. Through the combination of regular saving and generous earnings you will enhance your financial future . . . make it possible for friends, neighbors and fellow residents of our community to become debt-free home owners. Give your financial affairs deep roots. Plant your savings here for security and profit. OURRENT RATE OF EARNINGS COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Account! Fglly ln»ur«d to $10,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — AIGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, p. C. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE- MONDAY, JAN. 24, 1966 4- and Sunday with the son and brother, the J. M. Kuttzes. Paul Bode spent the weekend in the parental Herman Bode's. He has been employed in Charles City by the Northwestern Bell 5 years and was transferred to Algona this week. Other Retires as manager of lumber yard West Bend — Millet, manager of the Lattiffcft Lumber Yards at West Bend for the »$t 35 years, retired recently. e came to West Bend from Stanley afid haa been the oflly local manager since Lafnpert S opened. Me will <!0' wofk at the jfifd fdf th* ent. James Sittith, aasisiMI riagef fot the 4 |>aJt tltfei has been narrted flew rtiiftli I V Sunday guests of were the Kenneth the Bodes Prohaskas, Garner, and the Franklin Bodes, Wesley. District Supt. Carl Linde, Des Moines, was speaker January 16 in the Evangelical Free church. He held a business meeting with board members of the local Evangelical Free church and its Upper Flat church in the Upper Flat church. The parishes are seeking a new pastor. He was a Saturday night guest of the Geo. Seabergs. Richard Madsen left this week for Rochester, Minn, where he will have gall bladder surgery. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! McKesson Jan. 27 thru Feb. 5 ASPIRIN CHILDREN TWINS "*- ASPIRIN TWWS nc.r4.vMui Wi-,.. •CC. 69. l»CH MM** PRINTED , BATHROOM TISSUE I 2,n33<: SUN MARK m~m^mm~^" HHNTID FACIAL TISSUE RUBBWG UCOHOlj PINT TOO 1.0 ply »>»••»» pat bei JWCUl 33 2-59$ REG. 59< E SUN MARX VAPORIZER Hot Steam REG. PRICE $4.95 COUGH & COLD SPECIALS axori VITAMINS & TONICS McKesson ! VITAMIN A CAPSILES! jsooou~« KM* McKesson WUMIII C TWINS SUN MARK 6 TRANSISTOR MOM" SOOOOIM* |00* $129 , XK>« $2M i 1 RADIO $666 14.91 VtUUC \tit v»iu£ McKesson Special 100's BEXEL MP $195 Maintenance Plus with ballety. eiiohon and carrying case Dealing Mileage ADULT MC. MKI 11.3* •VtM. McKesson ROOM DEODORANT t AIR SANITIZE! U] axon CHEST RUB An ideal nlernal application tot aduif. and children. s or $119 MO. MICE II.M FEVER THERMOMETER $1.59 VALUE fjg~ Special 225's $392 HOSIERY,^. M«h or plain »fiml«» /*,>c^?^vS/ Pke.of2prs. [^JU $129 DEC. tl.OO EACH ' M< Ki-sson M ANTIBACTEHUL MOUTHWASH and GARGLE MrKt'iwmi axon FOR CHILDREN no. McKcsson THROW SPRAY | MC. MKf ».4f MO*..... axon THROAT LOZENGES Mt-Ki-ssmi SUPER NIGH POTENCY VITAMIN MINERAL CAPSULES ,„„.,„„ Reg. 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Unbreakable plastic bottle. .»« ........ 2 1M M|t 4 oz. '. ZINC I oiNTMENT - 2 V4 OZ. tube ...2 for 61ft « OZ. Reg. 89t Special 29* ON DISPLAY IN OUR STORE W F A V O R I T E TO I L McKesson MO. »»• IACH MtKeiaon CASTILE SHAMPOO i/a GAL. RCC. PMGC $2.50 M.49 RMI RUSE .FW KC. $140 IACH McKesson PERSONAL SPRAY DEODORANT 'Round Ihe cfock piolfctmn in ^pitf CM tor hri>tmc im Dj |ht nftck Iwulj-. 2% $11! •C.IUf 'UCM HAIR SPRAY; To convof M I»U MICI ind mill. I 2N.$1Si| tW. S1.«9 UCM MO*. R I E S BUBBLE BATH Liquid 1/2 '1.49 MEN'S TOILETRIES McKt'sson WEI FOAM SHAVE REG. PRICE »2.50 MrKi'NKtm AFTER SHAVE LOTION ).» u. IMM tfC. tl.OO EACH SHAMPOO nil Ett 1.00 CREAM HAW TONIC - 8 OZ. 590 ROSE HAIR OIL — 4 oz. ..„, 500 SHAVINSLOTION-4 oz. ..„, Sale Price .'.2 f" M^ 2 for 500 RiG. $1.00 EACH FIRST AID (FEATURES OZ, Reg. Price Special Price Reg. Price Special Price 1 69 ROSEMARY lEAUTV OIL MIST — 8V4 oz. aerosol... 2 for 1.69 49£ ROSEMARY NAIL ENAMEL REMOVER — 4 OL .-—12 fw 41* •! 79* •OSEMAtT GLYCERIN I ROSE WATER CREAM 7q <* BOSFUABV TALC — 10 nz. can _ AS* •• 79(t ROSEMARY TALC — 10 OZ. CM 2*4"Q»7^Bbi"..:............ : ~ —S fw 79# 83it SOOTHE SKIN LOTION — 0 oz. plastic bcttll ..... 45* ..> lor N* BURN LOTION 2*111! •O.H.W EACH RAND MCNALLY LIMITED TIME OFFER • VACATION ATLAS and GUIDE 108 pages describe 1200 Vacation Spots ... poMi tt inttreit ., . tcM routes • FAMILY HEINCAL RECORD ROOK 96 pa(c book provides: • ip<u tor «ccunto mdicil MttW t) «ck «Mriw tt »• • Utet Firtl AW... w»dic«! Md dMU • lit tor WMftttaf mUml com tor i 2 GREAT lOOKS f2.50VahM FOUNU coHfioo tiMH vnh purcfctst of My HcKisMii "2 lor I" Sill item. UOWK ltd coopa BUS! be MiM in far jow PINOTOL MtfECTU SPIAY on HUOMOf TOOTH?ASTEI CUT'a SCRATCH SPRAY »EC.PBICEttJi SPECIAL 98C McKesson 1 OZ | MERCUROCHROME ! fM 35c REG. 35* EACH 3 u. 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