Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 31, 1966
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MONDAY, JAN 31, im t who know MS L--;L Convenience, Tor Luxury 'Accommodations,' For Friendliness, For Budget Kntes, For Resort-like Atmosphere/ Kns- I'ily Accessible to all High- I Ways. r*'105 Delightful Rooms and Suites * Hentctl King-Size Swim- J mine Pool | •* Complete Hotel Scrvica *.24-Hour Switchbonrtl * Free TV I;* Play Area for Children '* Baby Sitter Service |;EXCEIJ/ENT FOOD i'ln 'Redwood Dining Room, | Coffee Shrin, Cocktail Lounge. Ample Free Parking In . , ;Front of your Room SlntU % 8.50 to $ 9.50 DiiAll $12.50 to $14.00 Children Under 12 FREE in same I room with Adults. or Write for Reservations •'Phen*. (Ar*l 612) 588-4665. HOLIDAY MOTOR HOTEL JH. Hlfhwi^ 100 IIUT55 W«! Mlnn»poll> 22, Minnesota I'Wrurtti from Downtown — *15 Minutot from Met SUdlum, " HM of Hit Twins and Vikingr I 20 Mlnuln from Int. Airport i-t St. Joe woman breaks wrist in fall at home St. Joe — Mrs. Adeline Wagner fractured and chipped a bone in her left wrist in a fall on the basement steps in her home. Catholic Daughters,of America Court St. Joseph officers and past, grand regents are invited to a Guest Night of the St. Benedict Court Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Orville Wagner returned home from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Monday afternoon where she had been a patient for eight days. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and Mrs. Rosalia Illg spent Sunday afternoon in .Bancroft where Mrs. Illg and Mrs. Wagner attended a pre-nuptial shower for Mary <Lou Schemmel in St. John's Parish Hall. Miss Schemmel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schemmel, will be the bride of Robert Droessler, son of Mr. andiMrs. FrankiDroesRl°r all 'from Bancroft, on Feb. 5th in St. John's Catholic church. Robert'Droessler is a nephew of Mrs. Illg, >cousin of Mrs. Wag- Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGtiire returned home on Wednesday evening from a 3 Weeks Visit with relatives and friends at Albuquerque, N. M., and Reno, Nevada. They traveled by Train from Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. 'Florian Faber 4pent the weekend with "Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bormann and family in Clarion. The Bormanns moved the first.<0f, the.iyear .from here. Mrs. Faber and Mrs. Bormann are sisters. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding Harold Frideres attended ON YOUR NEXT REFILL Phone 295-3749 DIRECT FROM PIPELINE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL the Grain Dealers convention in Des Moines this wedk with other directors and manager of the Farmers Elevator, Bode. Spc. 4/c Gary Frideres, Fort Bragg, S. C., is expected home the first of next week on a two weeks leave. Gary is the son of Harold Frideres. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brofer, Fort Dodge, were Wednesday visitors here with Mr, and Mrs. George Wagner. Walter Williams, 69, West Bend, dies Tuesday West Bend J. Walter Wil- CLEM BULK WAOON DELIVERY TO ANY POINT IN CITY OR COUNTRY PHONE 295-3749 PHONE 295-3749 VI KING OIL CO Roy Stoffel, Mgr. Hams, 69, West Bend, died Tuesday afternoon at Palo Alto County Hospital, Emmetsburg, following a long illness. .Funeral services were held Friday at the West Bend .Methodist church, with the Rev. Gar len Peckham officiating. Burial was in West Bend cemetery. Born and reared at West Bend, Mr. Williams was a graduate of West Bend High School and State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, and received his master's degree from Columbia University, New York City. He taught at Dysart, near Davenport and then at Spokane, Wash., for 10 years before retiring for health reasons and returning to West Bend in 1948. A veteran of World War I, he was a member of Templar Masonic Lodge. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs, P. H. Bangert of Ashton Elsie Lockwood married Jan. 23 at Burt church Burt — Elsie Lockwood of Burt became the bride of Lowell Winter, Los Angeles, Calif., Sunday, Jan. 23 at the Methodist church at Burt. The 3 p.m. double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. C. Davies. Mrs. Arnold Clark, .Spencer, was her mother's attendant. Mr. Dale Lockwood, son of the bride, was the best man, , The iCandlelighter was the granddaughter Rochelle Clark. Ushers were Arnold Clark and Lester Bonnstetter. Mrs. Russell Tebben of Corwith, a niece of the bride, was soloist. Richard Winter of New York City, ,son of the groom, sang "The Lord's Prayer" which was recorded for the wedding. Mrs. Dale Lockwood was the organist. Mrs. Don Mitchell had charge of the guest book. A reception was 'held in Fellowship Hall. Dining room hosts were Mesdames Milfred Smith, M. I. Lichter, Dean, Andrews and W. 'W. Bosttcher. Mrs. Or- vsl Hoffman had charge of the gift table. Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter poured and Mrs. J. L. Miller served punch. Guests attending were from Wheatland, Spirit Lake, Spencer, Renwick, Humboldt, Hardy, Corwith and Burt. Mr. -and Mrs. Lowell Winter left Thursday, Jan. 27 for the West Coast to spend the winter there. and Mrs. Grace West Bend. Crisman of PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES Circles of the Presbyterian church will .meet Wednesday, Feb. 2. Circle A, hostess, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, dev., Mrs. H. J. Lacy, Bible study, Mrs. Harold Becker. Circle B, hostess, Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, dev., Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Bible study, Mrs. Frank Becker. Circle C, Tuesday evening hostess, Mrs. August Bernau, dev., Mrs. Leonard Stengel, Bible study, Mrs. Larry Holding. Farm Auctions Jen. 31 — L. E. Kay estate sale, at Kay Implement at Livermore. Sale includes farm ima- chinery of the firm. Clair Clark & Lloyd Clark, auctioneers. Complete sale details in Advance last week. Feb. 3 — George J. Grein Estate sale on farm located seven miles east, -three south and % miles east of junction of 18 and 169 north of Algona. Sale includes John Deere machinery, 60 dairy cattle, Ayrshire and Holstein, hogs and dairy equipment. Leek & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full sale details last week. 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 last week. Feb. 7 — Koreen Askeland land auction, at farm located one mile south of Rake. Sale includes 40 gilts, full line of machinery. Roy B. Johnson and Don Babbitt, auctioneers; Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Buffalo Center, clerk. Full sale details in Advance Thursday. .Feb. 16 — Ernest Rhoda and Ted Ziegler farm auction, at farm located 1 mile north, 3 miles east, 1 mile nortl of Elmore Nursery. Sale inclu des 170 head of livestock and machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmore, clerk. Full sale details in Advance soon. Cylinder band festival will attract 225 Six schools from Palo Alto County will bring 225 band members to the Cylinder gym for a Band Festival on Wednesday, Feb. 2. Rehearsals will start at 1:30 p.m. and continue through the afternoon. Guest director will be Ben Haigh, band director at Estherville. He was formerly at Pierce, Neb., and has had many outstanding high school bands. Also included in this year's program will be a guest solo drunv mer, Harold "Tex" Dean, South Clay band director. His , swing and stage band drumming experience has been wide and varied and he has played with many well-known bands. Students will have supper in the school lunch room and will be entertained with a concert by the Cylinder Cyclone Swing Band. A "sock hop" will follow Starting time for the concert is 7:30 p.m. and schools particl pating will be Ayrshire, Cylin der, Mallard, Rodman, Ruthven SENIORS MAKE VISIT Members of the Senior Class and Prin. Dean James visited the Junior- College.in. Estherville Thursday, Jan. 27. The seniors attending were Nancy Becker, Loreli Lavrenz, Linda Fairbanks, Douglas , Black, Robert Ortman, Robert Lovstad, Duane Peter, Dallas Curtis, Joe Fries, and Merwyn Cunningham Jr. ; 4-H News SLIGHT HEART ATTACK Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf had a light heart attack Tuesday after sweeping snow off the steps and sidewalk in the cold wind. Her daughter Mrs. W. B. Shipler came and spent some time with her. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cranston attended the wedding of a nephew, Daniel Snyder, in Odebolt Saturday, Jan. 22. WESLEY WIZARDS Wesley Wizards 4-H girls met January 15 with Shirley and Bonnie Becker. Cheryl Cunningham presided. Posture pictures were taken of each to show how she could improve her posture. Barbara Larson and-Kathy.Skow were appointed to select tray favors for the February meeting. Wendy Lickteig gave a talk and Shirley Becker save an illustrated talk. Helen Skow gave a talk, and Rachelle Cunningham a demonstration. Mrs. Arvin explained basic blouse patterns. Diane Larson is reporter. ited Wednesday at ;the 1. J. Dunn home in Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula, Mr. and Mrs. James Tindall Jr. and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben and family were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ltdbert Kraft. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spang* ler and ; !Kathy spent the weekend with .Jean; Ann Lein ,and Todd in Cedar Falls. Mr. arid 'Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula visited Sunday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel visited Monday with Mrs. Edna Reichter at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heyer and Dennis of Spirit Lake spent the weekend with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hauswirth. Mrs. William Shipman was released Friday from the Mercy hospital at Mason City, follow ing surgery. Ilene Krauss, who attends college at Waverly, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss. John Babcock, William Gourley and Cecil Zeigler of Kanawha left to spend two weeks at Truth or Consquense, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fleming and family of Des Moines spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Evelyn Krauss, who attends Waldorf college at Forest City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss. John Daniel Jr. of Britt was a Friday evening dinner guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Mrs. Art Kraft of Renwick spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mrs. Art Kraft of Renwick and her mother, Mrs. Addie Hamm attended the funeral on Friday afternoon, at the Methodist church at Kanawha for Steve Schilling. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Jr. of Britt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Saturday night pot luck supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Meyers of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. John were Mr. and Mrs. Ron and Patty Conlofl, Masort City; Vic Youngwirths, Wesley; Floyd Conlons and Mrs. llerie Fandel, Emtnetsbiirg; Father Jim Fan- deli Lake City; Francis Fandels, Vern Bormanns and Elmer Stei- ers, all of Whittemore. WhlHwnort youth gets Matter's Whittemore — Jerry Elbert received his Master's Degree in Physics Saturday at the University of Wisconsin. Mr. and JMrsy Milford Elbert and Joan attended the ceremonies. Jerry has an assistantship to do Physics .research while he continues his studies toward a doctorate. New oathler at * SWM Oily bank Sw*i (City — Dennis P. Mitiag Was elected cashier of the Swea City State Bank at the annual meeting held here ^Tuesday. Marjorie Johnson was -named assistant cashier and all other officers and directors of the bank were re-elected. Mr. Mittag is a graduate of Iowa State University at Ames and joined the bank in May, 1964 .after completion of his (tour of duty With the Army Medical Corps. Miss Johnson has been in the bank .since graduating •from Sentral high school in 1961. SINUS Sufferers Hera's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard cert" SYNA- CLEAR Decongestent tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear •lhna*al*sinus-cavities. One ''hard -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. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try : it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad — take to store listed, Purchase one Pack of Syna-Clear 12's and receive one more Syna-Clear 12 Pack Free. • HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA Illlllllllllilllllilili JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA THEY LIKE MILK Children drink milk for one reason only. They like its cool, refreshing taste. It doesn't matter that it's the most nourishing drink they can have. Try some today! Order from the dairy you can trust... prompt delivery to your door every morning. And Be Sure II'* From Last Tuesday Supt. and Mrs. Bruce Cranston attended the fq- neral of an uncle, Arch Cranston, at the Presbyterian church in Odebolt. On Jan. 21 Supt. and Mrs. Cranston attended the 75th anniversary banquet at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Mr. Cranston is a member of the alumni board. Dr. Dean Clapsaddle and son Dean Charles were guests Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Dean Charles will report Feb. 15 at San Antonio in the Air Force. James Lacy of Los Angeles, Calif., son of H. J. Lacy came by plane Thursday evening to Fort Dodge to attend his great aunt Mrs. H. 0. Buell's funeral, Jan. 28. Patsy Zwiefei and Kathy Joynt, both students at Emmetsburg Junior college spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mrs. •Myrtle Zwiefei. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefei visited Monday with Mrs. Marie Dreyer in Fenton. CRESCO CHUMS Cresco Chums met with Virginia and Jacque Roethler. Cindy Long presided. There were 25 members present. A party was planned for February 4 at the Extension office. Dawn Wildin was selected as queen can- diate for Fun Night. Talks and demonstrations were by Zelda Meehlhause, Mary Besch and Jacque Roethler. Guests were Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Mrs. Lawrence Besch, Mrs. James Besch, Mrs. William Specht, Mrs. Dick Simpson, Mrs. Kenny Roethler, Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause, and Linda Buscher. Reporter is Sheila Frideres. Advertise in the Advance — largeit PAID circulation! Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Oxley, Mrs. Elsie Oxley, and Mrs. LuVerne Bosworth and Marvin. It was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. John Oxley, Mrs. Elsie Oxley and Mrs. Lu Verne Bosworth. Several friends and relatives attended the funeral on Thursday afternoon at Humboldt for Merle Holt. Burial was in Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny of Industry were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Viola Brown. Afternoon callers ivere Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Tom of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson at- ended the funeral Monday of Mrs. Arthur Peterson at Rut- and. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hampe vis ted Sunday evening at the Joe zarski home. WhiHemore couple celebrate 49th Whittemore — Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fandel, Whittemore, observed their 49th wedding anniversary last Monday. Their children visited them that night in honor of the occasion and an evening of cards was enjoyed. Presenl Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Hauswirth of Eagle Grove and Mr, and Mrs. Rick Hauswirth were Fri day evening dinner guests a the Charpel Hauswirth home The dinner was in honor of E L. Hauswirth's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson Jr. and Chris visited Sunda; evening at the Charpel Haus wirth home. Saturday evening supper guests at the Dale Yeoman home were Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Gar> Elbert of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle were Sunday dinner guests a the Lester Hash home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zweifel vis CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating f Fast Service • Competitive Rates • P«p«ndapl« FUNK Plumbing & Heating "That's a very nice wish, dear, but a pony.... Wouldn't you rather have a turtle?" You'll get around that one. Somehow. But there'll be other things. Things that'll'break your heart to say "no" to. Like college. Why not prepare for such things by starting a savings account with us now? 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