Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1966
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Fly to Maori for wedding of their son Swta Eagli — The R. S. Mathers flew to Miami, Fla. Jan. 7 to see their son, Allen, who had flown in from Grand Turk Island January 10. Allen was married to Irma Vargasvila, daughter of the Jose Luis Var- gasvUas, Miami. Mrs. Mather will stay with her parents, as Allen is in strict security regulations and cannot disclose his duty or his actions. The Mathers hadn't seen their son since Oct. 1963. He has been in the service three years. The newly married Mathers plan to be home in June. Richard Mather, also a son of the R. S. Mathers, is serving in Hawaii, and ex* pects to be home in June also. The Warren Brones visited his sister and family and his father, Joy Brones at the William Buhman home at Emmons, Sunday. The Everett Rippentrops and Orville Rippentrop and boys Were Sunday guests at Homer Henrickson's, Ringsted, for the 9th birthday of Linda. In the evening, the Henricksens were at Everett Rippenitrop's. The Arlo Hansens were recent guests at Maynard Hurl- hurt's. Hock, were Sunday callers at Harold Carr's. Maurice Carr and Pat Pox, Siou* Falls, spent the weekend with Maurice's parents. The ft. S. Mathers visited the Denver Roses at Dunedin, Fla. While they were in that state. The Roses were former Armstrong people. Portland Mr.. Victor Pitch Those attending the funeral of Nick Coppen of Lakota at the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Ledyard Tuesday morning were Harold Becker, Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. George Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Martin Becker of Algona. Richard Dugan spent about a week between semester vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary. He returned to school Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Richard Dugan and Trudy Alt were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Tom Trenary Home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen and Kim of Albert Lea Business club at Wesley has annual election Wvtlty — The Commercial Club met January 27 with a very good attendance. Martin Hamilton was re-elected president, Prank Bleich elected vice- president and John Youngwirth, sec.-treas. They listened to a recorded talk on "Salesmanship." All business and professional men and their employees are urged to join and attend the meetings. HAS HEART ATTACK . ., Vic Locbig suffered a heart LuVerne and ttack at his home Sunday evening and, was taken by ambu- ance to thfe Britt hospital. The .arry Cooks, Spencer, Elery Loebigs, Ames, John Loebigs, Ankeny, and the Kenneth Has- mussens, Forest City, came to HOUSE WARMING Friday at the Jim Rock's for a surprise housewarming party were the Wendell Ditsworths, Dick Schnitgers, Virgil Tok- heims, Paul Wiechmanns, Warren Broneses and William Phe- Ipses. Guests brought refreshments and presented a gift. Fen- at The Dewood Voights, ton, were Sunday guests Wendell Ditsworth's. The Vern Mortensens, Hutchenson, Minn., were weekend guests at August Robison's. The Toqy Lohses and Clifford Bea- Bancroft, joined them Sun- The Roy Andersons spent two weeks at Beacon City, N.Y. witji their son, the James Andersons, Dallas, Texas. They visited West Point, Hyde Park, and other points. The James Andersons have been in Beacon since September, and will return to Texas in March. The Roy Andersons also visited their daughter, the Keith Rie- desels, Rockford, 111. for a week. .The Roy Andersons were guests of Vernon and Clara Pe terson at Fairmont, Friday. Other guests were the Clifford Andersons, Archie Ditsworths, Oscar Lindes, Swea City, Albert Petersons, Granada, and Al fred Petersons, Armstrong. Mrs. John Kelly entertained six classmates for her daughter Marilee's 7th birthday Friday after school. Saturday guest* of the Kellys were Mrs. Marvin Boever, Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and Mrs. Joe Preston, Esther ville. Mrs. Svere Hammer, Gil more City, spent Sunday to Wednesday with her daughter the Darrel Bishops. Dolores Geerdes was a sur gery patient at the hospital a 1 Estherville. She returned home Thursday after 10 days. Eddie Godfredson spent • week at the Veterans hospita at Des Moines for tests. Mrs. Truman Johnson was an overnight patient at the Es therville hospital last week. Mae Lester and Harold Schw artz and Don Geerdes and Ron nie were Sunday callers Martin Geerdes'. Mrs. Eddie Godfredson and the Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt, visited Ed Godfredson at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines Sunday. Recent visitors with Mrs. Virgil Jensen at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, were the Weidon Brandts, Glen Olsons, Rev. Crandall, the Otto Pingles, Wayne Jorgensens, Lowell Jenr sen, Mrs. Pete Beier, Mrs. David Medema. The Dick Krumms of Armstrong took Mrs. Meier, Lisa and Scott, to Sioux Falls, S.D., Wedesday after three weeks with her parents. Mrs. Medema, Kelie, Elaine and Brett returned home Sunday to Rock R-apids after a week with her parents. Guild met with Mrs. Fred Newlin and Pauline on Friday. Danny Anderson and friend, Paul Schneider, Milwaukee, spent their semester break from Wartburg college with Danny's parents, the Albert Andersons. Recently the Arthur W. Larsons had guests after the ball game for the 30th anniversary of her parents, the Ronald Johnsons. Guests included the Ole Johnsons, Fred Alters, Milton Greimanns, Ronald Johnsons and the Roy Bravenders, JTairmont. Tho Dave Lynches, Lono ors per guests in the parental Lloyd Bartlett home. Several Portland people at- ended the funeral of Mrs. Rena Buell Friday afternoon at he Presbyterian church in Burt. Jay Steven returned home, Monday noon, January 24th af- er spending a week in the St. Ann hospital, where he had ma- or surgery. Carl Johnson of Algona was a Saturday evening visitor in the Jay Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow ,'isited in the Jay Steven home Thursday evening. ee their father, and to visit heir mother here. YOUTH HAS SERVICE Sunday was Youth Day in the Methodist church. With the exception of the sermon by Rev. Frank Considine, eight high chool pupils were in charge of he services. They were Fred nd Linda Rasmussen, Mike nd Jan Ostercamp, Vicki and Kathy Detmering, Patty Weil- nd, and Jenny SchipuU. IHOWER IS DATED Invitations have been received here to a pre-nuptial shower February 6 in St. Patrick's >arish hall, Britt, for Patty Noble, daughter of the June No- Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher The Donald Larsons had an anniversary card party Thursday night. The Herman Pooches were special guests. Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann had high score for women and Mrs. Eugene Hofius low. Eugen Hofius had high for men and Martin Meyer low. Roy Telford had travel. Mrs. Gunda Enockson and Margaret Holt visited Mrs. Caroline Telford at Rolfe Monday. Roy Telford visited her Thursday. '. Mrs; Harvey Thorsen and Margaret Holt were Thursday coffee guests at Thdr Olson's Bode. The Roy Telfords, Mrs. Dean Telford and Steven, Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and Mrs. Victor Mey er visited Mrs. LeRoy Worby Thursday. Mrs. Worby recently returned from the hospital. The Loren Daniels and Mar garet Holt visited Mrs. Merle Holt at Humboldt Wednesday. The Tom Olsons, West Bend were Thursday callers at Don aid Usher's. btes, Britt, formerly of _._. Patty is employed at 4tt§ Odd Fellows Home in Masoft City and will marry Nels Dtllwinter, Mason City, February 19 in the St. Patrick's Catholic church in Britt. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Patricia Goetz, daughter of the Leo Goetzes, and Jerome Judge, Boone. They will be married here Saturday, Feb. 19. The George Seabergs and Lester Larsons visited the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Linde in Des Moines January 24. The men attended the grain dealers con* vention. The Lloyd Ashlands, Algona, were Sunday guests at G. M. Studer's. The George Seabergs, Joe. Skows and Philip Seabergs, Ames, were Jan. 23 guests at Edwin Burr's, Des Moines. The LeRoy Grandganetts had their 500 'card club Sunday. Franklin Bode and Mike Vitzthum won first and second score for men and Mrs. Bode and Mrs. Grandganett for women. The Bodes will have the group Feb. 20. January 30 weekend guests at George Herner's were the Lawrence Herners and Leo Hern- ers, Palmyra, Mp, and Mary Herner, Quincy, 111. Many other their parental home*. The Luther NygaardB took Mavis td'Ofige Sunday where she will do practice teaching. She will have 3 cteaM* in German, her major. The George Detmerings spent Sunday afternoon with her aunt, Mrs, Mary Alexander, Humboldt. The Fred Seefelds write from their winter home in Westlaco, Texas, that her health is much improved and that the weather in January was mild and pleasant. Marvin Maas, employed at the K & H oil station, spent the weekend in his parental home in Homestead. The Paul Grandganetts are spending three weeks in her parental, Henry Rayhous home at Garner while her folks are in Florida. Guests of Mrs. Viola Studer Sunday for her birthday were the Bill Studers, Algona, and the G. M. Studers and Everett Ackersons. Rev. Frank Considine visited Richard Madsen, a surgery patient at Rochester January 18. Mrs. Clo Hutchison,. Mason City, was a guest of Mrs. Jo Meurer several days last week. They attended the funeral of Mrs. Phyllis Walker Wednesday morning in St. Joseph's Catholic church. W.S.C.S. met Feb. 2 in the Methodist church with Mes- relatives and friends the George Herner's attended golden Sunday wedding open house from 2 to 4 p.m. The library 'ward met Monday with Ethel Flom. Linda Detmering, Barbara Lsek, Marilyn -Skow and Mavis Nygaard of State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent the f January 18-31 semester break at In recognition of outstanding 4-H & FFA work during 1965 The Estherville Co-op. Creamery Assn. of Estherville, Iowa is proud to announce the following winners of cash awards. The $75.00 Dairy Heifer awards were presented to the winners at our recent annual meeting. The $40.00 4-H Girl county awards were presented during the past year. May we offer congratulations and encourage continued interest in dairying. i Dairy Haifer award winners — $75.00 presented at annual meeting Jan. 27,1966 Name Address Ann Schomaker Greenville, Iowa Roberta Rierson Wayne Beck Harry Janness Steve Detrick Carl Bredberg Richard Kenyon County Clay Dickinson Emmet Jackson Kossuth Martin' Palo Alto c/o Ervin, Terril c/o John, Estherville Lakefield; Minn. c/o Robt.. Whittemoie c/o Phillip, Dunnell,M. c/o Edward, Whittemore 4-H girls awards of $40.00 per county presented in 1965 Dickinson Martin Jackson Clay Emmet Joan Henn Bernice Agerbeck Donna Spec Carol Closs Rosemary Bremef Cheryl Thiesen Mary Titus Marjorie Rossow Sherry Franker JoAn Stelley Lois Shelton Jill Beving Donna Nitzsche Sylvia Groenewold Jane Rutter Judy Danielson Terril Lake Park, Iowa Jackson, Minn. Windom, Minn. Spencer, Iowa Spencer, Iowa Meadow Township Summit Township Meadow Township Waterford Township Riverton Township Estherville, Iowa Estherville Go-op Creamery Assn. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Mfntt Otto Henderson, Detmering and Luther Nygatrd. Mrs. Merle fUsmussen hid the lesson, Mrs. Liwimee Btylof led devoUoiw and Mrs. John Pltilsofi tnd Mrs, Orville Smith hid recreation. Mrs. Jo Meurer and Mrs. Myrtle Lease attended the district cancer workshop at Charlies Supper Club, Algona, Friday. Mrs. Meurer is chairman of the cancer drive in Wesley. Mrs. Lease had charge of registration. The last of a series of four mission studies was held Sunday evening in the Corwith Methodist church preceded by a pot luck supper. Mrs. Jongewaard was speaker. This was a union project for the Corwith and Wesley churches. The Dale Doughans have moved from the farm house east of Wesley to a farm east of Algona on the McGregor road. He is employed at the Gamble store in Algona. Sunday guests at Leonard Arndorfer's were the Vic Loe- bigs and Elmer Doughans for Mrs. Doughan's birthday. Mrs. Robert Van Hove is vis iting at Keith Van Moves, Ottumwa, January 22 to February 6. Her husband is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and drives to Ottumwa to join her there on weekends: Mrs. Robert Van Hove, the former Judy Seaberg, will also visit the David Seabetgi at Burlington and the Philip Seabergs at AIMS. Our Mi pott on North Phillips A car driven by Frank Esser, 15, struck a light pole on North Phillips street in Algona, it was reported this week by Sheriff t-AtOONA ((•*•) AOVANCI THURSDAY, Ml. 3, 1W6 Ralph Lindhorst's office. The accident , occurred Thursday, Jan. 20 at about 8:45 p.m. Esser was driving a car owned by E. J Capesius, Whittemore. He was not injured but the car had $300 in damages. LOANS to 1 2 $5,000 For Shopping - Winter Needs To Oontolidnlo Debit - Any Purpose Payment Plans to Snlt Yonr Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE PHONE — WRITE — STOP IN TODAY Open Fridays 'Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays American Acceptance Corp. 112 No. Moor* Phen«: 295-3507 NOTICE For your added protection and safety The State Bank* ing Department has a new requirement. In addition to and as a part of their regular examination of banks the examiners will select a group of bank customers at random, about 10%. A notice will be sent to these customers asking you to verify the balance of your account with the bank. This notice is published to let you know that this will be standard policy on future examinations by the State Banking Department. We welcome any questions you may have on this or any banking matter, KOSSUTH COUNTY BANKERS MSMMTKM ATTENTION FARMERS! AND FAMILIES KLEIN FARM SUPPLY'S Appreciation Day JP-^ *' " s "* <- ^ &£*&!,./ «•> • ' - „;,. „ - - •w s ^. •".»«' 5 Ham Sandwiches and Coffee FROM 8 AM. TO 5 P.M. Premium Prizes ELECTRIC SAW WRENCH S|T STEAM IRON AUTOMATIC TOASTERS FRYING PAN MIX MASTER Pop for the Kiddies Stop For Your Free Gift Door Prizes We are looking forward to seeing you this Saturday! KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY ALGONA

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