«—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE , THURSDAY^ FEB. 10, t9«6 banquet Father, Son held by Titonkians Titonka — The annual Father And Son banquet was held at. the Titonka Methodist church Jan. 26. The president of Methodist Men, M. 0. Givens, gave the welcome and Rev. Paul Han- Sen the .invocation. A chicken dinner was served. The main address was by Dr. Allan Christian, who spoke on Venezuela, S.A., where he has been serving for a time. Special music was by a high School boys' quartet of Greg Michaelson, David Kitzinger, Allan Janssen, and Eldon Rike and a high school girls trio ol Kristin Rakow, Sheryl Heesch and Ruth Deed. HONOR ROLL POSTED Students on the second nine Week honor roll at high schoo are Seniors, Straight A: Allan Janssen, Arlys Pannkuk, Darlene Post and Carole Smidt. Others are Dale Bartelt, Note boekelman, John Bpekholt, Brenda Brandt, Linda Budlong, Jane Buffington, Brenda Eden, Le Ann Gingrich, Carol Haack, Maxine Huisinga, Bonita Isebrand, Diane Isebranrd, James Isebrand, Iris Miehaelson, Phyllis Sachau, Gerald Schutjer and Virginia Stecker. ; Juniors: A students: Judy Isebrand and Valerie Miller. Others: James Blain, Robert Carroll, Cheryl Hill, Paul Lar sen, Charlene Miller, Anita Moore, Susan Roberts, Karen Ricklefs, Sandra Schutjer, Jo Ann Smidt, Rose Stecker. Sophomore: A student: Michael Schmidt. Others: Glen Bartelt, Linda Higgins, Janssen, Violet Jaren, Pannkuk, Barbara Post, Roberts. Freshmen: Darrel Beenken Barbara Boekholt, Karen Branr dt, Cheryl Cunningham, Donovon Giesking, Kay Huisman Mardean Meir, Gaylen Nagel. Ramsey Reformed church circles meet this week with Es ther Tuesday evening, Dorcas Wednesday and ... Ruth Circle Thursday. Wesley Golden wedding Lois Leon linn MR. AND MRS. FRANK JOHNSON of Wesley, Iowa will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, Feb ; 20, with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Evangelical Free Church at Wesley. There will be a short program at 2:15 p.m. No invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Frank Johnson and Cora Larson were riiarried on Feb. 16, 19l6 at Wesley, Iowa. They have : always lived in the Wesley vicinity except for five years spent at Lone Rock. They are parents .of two daughters, Grace, Mrs. Stanley Simpson of Wesley and Irene, Mrs. Paul McNeill of Spirit Lake, Iowa. They have seven grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. . ••..;' honored at a dinner party at Van's for hef birthday last week by Mr. and Mrs. Art Od< gaard, Mary Schwabauer, Buelah Richardson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker. Town of Burt votes to buy new sprayer Burt — Burt Town Council Monday night voted to order a portable new fog sprayer to be used for insect control during the summer. The unit can bs used with the tractor purchased by the council last fall. The sprayer s said to be economical to use ncl a saving could be realized y the town having the work done by employes at about $35 as compared to $200 and $300 >atd when the spraying was ured. The cost of the unit plus ma- erials was $475. The annual street finance re port was presented and approved. Last year's street ex penditures were $11,450. The board voted to convert summer bkcktopping program by Eyerds Brothers of Algotia, the Place Construction Cbrnpa^ riy of HUmboidt, the Rohlin Construction Company of E* thefville. Notte were accepted because they were hot Complete. Lodyanl eoiple eolobralo 61*1 Ltdy.rd — Mr. and Mrs, William Rotterman observed their 1st wedding anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 8. High Mass was aid in their honor at the Sacred Heart Catholic church that morning by the Rev. Robert A. Thiele. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Rot- erman will observe their wedding anniversary on February 11. Mass will also be said for ,hem that morning by Father Thiele. Miss Madonfia Suttivati ted at the parental Sullivan home Friday night until Sunday eVettittri Sfctutday ftftrf<: JY F s • SUllivafl, Pat, MadOflna Aftd Jeremiah were diftttef guests at the Jef< ry Leonafd home in fimttiets* Mrs, George Thompson, received word Saturday of the birth of twin great granddaugh* ters to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thompson of Dunkirk, Ind. Jer* ry is the son of the Miltoft Thompsotts. Mrs. Thompson now has seven great grandchildren. THE NEW MODERN WAY TO HARROW... Harvey Godden 585 High Gatne Arlin Benschoter 223 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welder Sup. 62% 21 % Bast End Groc. ____ 59 25 la. State Bank __: 50 34 Weidenhoff 49 35 Petersen Furn. __!__ 44 40 J & K Tavern 40 44 Algona Lanes 39 45 Women of Moose __ 38 46 Honsbruch Drug ___ 37 47 Good Samaritan ___ 30V 2 53V 2 Algona Auto Repair 30 54 Directory Service __. 27 57 High Team Series Directory Service ... 251 High Series Joan Mueller '. .,!_ 53^ High Game Joan Mueller 227 DECLAMATORY, WINNERS The home declamatory contest was held Jan. 27 and students who earned a rating, and will be attending the state district speech contest are Interpretive Poetry, Charlotte Seebeck, I; Jo Ann Engelbarts, II; Cheryl Cunningham, III. Interpretive Prose, Ruth Beed, I; Brenda Brandt, II; Glen Bartelt, III. Dramatic, Judy Isebrand, I; Dorothy Seebeck, II; Charlotte Titonka-Bancroft wedding Seebeck. Humorous, Brenda E- emonv. Sharon K. Carroll, daughter ] of Mrs. Hazel Carroll, Titonka, and John A. Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz, Bancroft, were married Tuesday, Dec. 28 in a nuptial mass at St. Theodore's Catholic church in Albert Lea. The Rev. Richard Riordon performed the double-ring cer- the $4,000 in K-Bonds it now owns to H-Bonds to draw addi tional interest. A beer permit was renewet for Don's Place. It was decided to check wit! the state to request an audit o all town accounts. Bids were presented for th Mrs. Ella McDonald spent the •ast week end in Rochester with her sister, Mrs. Lillian Devine, and she is improved in health. Mrs. McDonald also visited her granddaughter, Mary Louise Me Nerny of Des Moines, who is in nurses training at St. Mary's hospital. Mary Louise will graduate in June. Maurice Keil submitted to major surgery at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea on Tuesday February 1. ' Students in the speech de partment are preparing selec tions and also working on a one act play to be entered in the district speech contest which is to be held on February 25 and 26 at Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Keil, Min neapolis, .spent last weekend a the Maurice Keil and Orville Runksmeier homes. WDS-45 4-Stcllen Wh««l Drawbar in Irantporl petition More Acres per Hour • BETTER e FASTER • EASIER SAFER Go Modern!! Buy the Lindsay Harrow for High Speed Harrowing and Cultivating. No matter what size your farm or where your farm is the Lindsay Harrow fits your farming operation. Lindsay Wheel Drawbars are available for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10 sections. Joe Bradley Equipment Phone 5-2484 Algona, Iowa rVUUWM»HM»M»»»gH»4mQW'. ft^^SWftffi^ k • iJBBB • • • • •!•! WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W Hobarton Co-op. _. Cunningham Cafe Bode Elevator __ 56 51 48 Bernie's Rec. _ _____ den, I; Leon Pannkuk, II; Jeanne Gingrich, III. Radio speaking, Brenda Eden, Linda Higgins. Story telling, Judy Ise>brand, Rose Stecker, Karen Brandt. Oratorical; Arlys Pannkuk, Keith Rode. After dinner speaking, Brenda Brandt, Mike Pearson. Extemporaneous, Carol Haack, Arlys Pannkuk, Allan Janssen. Speech director is Mrs. Edward Brandt. Bonnie Loke, Albert Lea, was maid of honor. Mrs. Donald Schiltz of Algona was bridesmaid. Leon Schiltz, brother of the groom, Bancroft, was best man. Bill Carroll, Davenport, brother of the bride, escorted her to the altar and served as groomsman. Donald Schiltz, Algona, and Robert Schiltz, Albert Lea, brothers of the groom, served as ushers. Joan Neuharth, Albert Lea, was organist. Soloist was Julie Risdal, Roland. A reception for 200 guests was held at the Eagle's Club following the ceremony. The bride attended Titonka high school and the State College of Iowa. She teaches first grade in Albert Lea. The groom attended St. John's at Bancroft. He is employed at Wilson and Company Albert Lea. . The couple will live at 801 Bridge Ave., Albert Lea. Carloads---Now Trainloads! i! $Htonka Federated Wonians *club met on Thursday at the library. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Fisher and Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr. The theme Weigh Station, was by the main lesson, "Nutrition and Weight Control," by Mrs. Wm. Amesbury. The short lesson was given by Mrs. Robert Baxter, and a skit, Before and After, by Mrs. NeaJ Boyken. Titonka Woman's club met Thursday with Mrs. Laura Ni cholson. Mrs. Clarence Brandt led the lesson on history of national monuments and historical sites. Mrs. Eugene Meyer is Heart Fund chairman for Buffalo township. Volunteers to help are Mesdames Wm, Amesbury, Carl Mayland, Richard Cosgrove, Lawrence Heyer, Raymond Schutjer, Lester Blain, Merril Zwiefel, Arnold Brandt and Eugene Meyer. The John Hamiltons have a son, born Jan. 28 at the Britt hospital, weighing 5 Ibs., 3 oz., named Michael John. Immanuel Lutheran Circles are meeting this week with Ruth Circle Tuesday at the church, Mary Wednesday at Henry Gremmer's, and Thursday Esther at Mike De Waard's, Naomi at Ernest Hoffman's, Martha at George Boyken's and in the evening Dorcas at Velida Bruns. ICE FISHEREE — An estimated 1,500 persons braved subfreezing temperatures on Jan. 23rd to attend the annual Ice Fisheree at Hannen L^ke, near Blairstown. Winners included: Mrs. Dodd Smalley, Mt. Auburn; Everett Davis, Vinton and Wes Dvorak, Cedar Rapids. L 32 37 ' 40 42 ^ 42V 2 Borden's Dairy 39% 48V 2 Seven-Up - 37 51 Elk Cleaners _______ 28 60 High Team Series Borden's Dairy 2895 ten Meyer __'_ 597 iVilliam Palmer 214 Truck crashes into Cylinder house A semi-truck smashed into the side of a house last Thursday at 3 a,m. at Cylinder and drove on without stopping. However, the driver, Raymond C. Depue, 41, of rural Cylinder telephoned the sheriff's office from Pipestone, Minn, thai evening to report he had hil the house. He was fined $50 and costs for striking a building adjacent o a highway. Mrs. Marie Thomas, 79, was asleep in her home at the cor ner of Hwy. 18 and tenth stre et in Cylinder when her be< was littered with glass and brick. She was uninjured, Da mage to the house was exten sive. , MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L No. la. Appl. 64V 2 23M; Algona Barbers 60 Whittemore Elev. — 55 28 33 Champlins 51V 2 36^ Quickie 48 40 Algona Lanes 41 47 Lindsay Soft Water 39 49 K. of C. 33 35 Schmidt 32 56 Weidenhoff 16 72 High Team Series No. la. Appliance 2983 High Seriec Rex Voyles 637 High Gam* Rex Voyles 289 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's 61 Zander's 60 Reiling Hog MM. __ 54 Budweiser 49 State Farm 46 Gamble 43 Iowa State Bank 36 Farmers Hybrid --- 22 L 27 28 34 39 42 45 52 66 High Team Series Gamble 2899 High Series Ray Sewick 550 High Game George Detrmering 204 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W Utt Electric 61% Universal Mfg. 56% 31% Whittemore Locker 55% 32% Pioneer Hibred — 48 40 Buscher Bros. 48 40 NW Mutual 47% 40% Lindhorst Deputies 46% 41% Reding Gravel 42 46 Larry's Rec. 39 49 Hood's Super Value 29 59 Tall Paul's 29 59 1st Lutheran 25% 62% High Team Series Utt Electric 2975 High Scries Homer Clark 593 High Gam* Homer Clark 234 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Kleins 65 23 Fischers 63 25 Weidenhoff ,- 60 28 Blossom 5.8 30 Al's Lounge 56 32 Elbert's Enco 51 37 National Food 47 41 Algona Utilities 44 44 Lotts Creek Cheese 36 52 Pine Room 27 61 Don's Place 17 71 Coca Cola 4 84 High Team Series Elberts Enco 2873 High Seritf I v Yes - you are looking at $130,000.00 worth of New Allis-Chalmers Gleaner Combines complete with cabs that have just arrived at Linde Implement Co. in Swea City, Iowa ... the largest single shipment to one dealer in the Midwest at one time. Left to right— Gerald Pedersen and Soren Pedersen from Ledyard, and Joe Schissel, Lakota, are shown here looking over their new combines. In 1965 Linde Implement Co. delivered 21 new self-propelled combines and are real happy with the acceptance by customers of the ever popular Gleaner Combine. It is a proven machine and now in the wheat fields is known as THE SILVER FLEET because in many areas constitutes about 60% of the self-propelled machines being delivered. We could go on endlessly telling you all about the advantages of the Gleaner with the only Rock Door — Center balance — etc., but we would rather you stop in and see one or even drive one. They drive as easy as your automobile with power steering, or better yet stop and talk to your neighbor who owns one. He will tell you why he chose A Self Propelled Gleaner—The Leader. You can combine your soybeans as well as your corn and save a lot of time and many are doing custom work — in fact we have farmers coming in and insisting they have a Gleaner to do their custom work — proving they just have to be better. WILL BE MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Braddock. Truro, la., announce the engagement of their daughter. Barbara Ann to Thomas G. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hughes, also Truro. The bride- elect is a graduate of Interstate 35 high school and is presently employed with Heating Wholesale Company, Des Moines. Mr. Hughes, a graduate of Murrav high school, is employed with the Iowa State Liquor Commission, Camp Dodge, at Des Moines. No wedding date has been set. The Braddocks were former Kossuth residents. ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Olive Herbst and Mrs. Al Agena attended the funeral last week at Hartley for Roscoe Tennant Patch. He died at 75 in Laferia, Texas. He was well known in this area some 30 to 40 years ago when he was an actor in road and tent shows. He played comedy roles. He was a nephew of the late Mrs. Max Herbst, Mrs. C. C. Ctoubb and Earl Tennant who lived here. He never married. PINNER PARTY Antoinette Bonnstetter was Yes, times are changing and with limited manpower it does take more money-making and timesaving equipment and the Gleaner is the answer. Stop in soon, and look one over because when going self-propelled you want to be sure to be able to get service and we are carrying one of the largest stocks of Gleaner repair parts in the mid- west, LINDE Implement Co "A Servicing Dealer" Swea City Chalmers f § Kewanet f Lin^MY ld «* Iowa Stan-Hoist f Mfyer Here's where you get into corn/bean systems farming! As many of you saw and heard at the Corn/ Bean Clinic, Allis-Chalmers is leading the way with the modern equipment you'll want and need to put your own crop program into effect. From seedbed preparation all the way through har* vest—narrow-row or regular —we can help you with the tools to make your plan' pay off. Come on in and talk systems farming with us!
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