Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 15
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Butt man loses hand, part of arm Saturday Burt — Dennis, 24, son of- Vern Shipler, was loading com at the Burt Co-op, elevator when his left hand was caught in the auger about 2:30 p.m. Feb. 12. Dr. B. K. Bahnson was called and gave emergency treatment to stop bleeding. He took him to St. Ann hospital and by ambulance from there to the Veteran's hospital in DCS Moines where surgery was performed. His hand and part of the arm just below the elbow was removed. Dennis was injured in Viet Nam several months ago at an ammunition base where he was loading shells in the rain and slipped and fell, breaking his right wrist. He still had a cast on his right wrist which was to be removed this week. Reports from the Veteran's hospital Feb. 14 were good, that he was recovering satisfactorily. The Vern Shiplers spent several days with him. FAMILY NIGHT A family Fellowship nighl evenings at 7:30. with missionary emphasis win be held Feb. 20 at Good Hope church with Burt members invited. A pot luck supper is at 6:30 p.m. and a program by the Davies on the American Indian at 7:30 p.m. A film will be shown and a display of Indian relics and craft items. Fort Dodge. Fortnightly Club met Feb. 11 at Blva Boettcher's. Guests were Lilly Bleich and Lillian Fredrickson. The next meeting Will be Feb. 25 at Esther Baih> ling's. The Carl Reynolds visited Feb. 13 at Warner Struecker's, Algona. The VFW and Auixilary met Feb. 15 in the VFW hall. Lenten services are dated by Fenton churches Fenton — The Fenton Methodist church will hold Lenten services every Wednesday evening at 7:30 starting with Ash Wednesday Feb. 23. St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will have Lenten services eveiry Wednesday evening at 7:30. St. ohn's Lutheran church of De- >ew will have the same schedule. St. Lukes of Fairville will Iso have services Wednesday TO MISSION FAIR St. Paul's Lutheran, Emmetsburg, has invited St. Luke's of Fairville to a Mission Faif Feb. 20, from 1 to 9:30. This will be a chance for 'members of the LWML to get ideas for the larg> er fair they are to hold next June. From 1 to 7 they will feature "World Mission Tours" with booths decorated in themes of the various areas of the world where the Lutheran church is in mission work. From 7:30 until 9 there will be a mission service and program with speaker, Rev. James Lauer, missionary to Korea from 1960-64. He will show a motion picture with his talk. From 9 to 9:30 there will be coffee. Zone president, reported on a district meeting he and William Hantelman attended at Audubon. Lunch was served by. the Ervin Botchardts and the Stanley Berklands. TWO REMOVAL PERMITS The Fenton town council met last Monday evening and issued two building removal permits. They were to Herman Maas and Franklin Mueller to remove houses. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Fenton Woman's club met Tuesday, Feb. 8 at Mrs. Es;her Frank's. Mrs. Jake Schwartz was co-hostess. Mrs. Les Weisbrod was secretary in the absence of Mrs. Ed Meyer. The program committee was Mrs. Waltermar Laage- and Mrs. Paul Eigler. They gave the lesson on wise buying. Edith Laage was a guest. The March meeting will be at Mrs. Homer Mathiesen's with Mrs. Arlo Ranney assisting. LAYMEN MEET Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's met last week with Rev. Spicer leading devotions. Harold Elmers had the program of two skits presented by the Walther League. James Meyer, The Ernest Vottelers were guests Wednesday of the Vincent Vottelers, Laurens. Renea Votteler. daughter of the Ervin Vottelers, Bancroft, and Jacquelyn Jones, daughter of the Warren Joneses, went to Cedar Falls Saturday to participate in the Tall Corn band festival. The Kenneth Bellingers and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were guests Sunday of the Edwin Wichtendahls, Lone Rock, for Mrs. Wichtendahl's birthday. The Richard Underwoods, Jefferson and Morris Mitchells were Sunday guests of the Albert Mitchells. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday at Mrs. Elmer Grienert's. Mrs. Merle Voigt had the program. Fenton Progressors Boys 4-H club will meet Feb. 21 for family night. The men's volleyball team will begin playing next Monday evening, Feb. 21.., at about 7:30 at the Sentral gym,. Miss Carol Shaw and Ar Swanson, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of her parents,, the Don Shaws. The 500 Birthday club met Wednesday at Mrs. Gerald LaJi- german's. Prizes went to Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Mrs, Ro>- ger Frink. Mrs. Dale Hannover, Algona, was a guest. Renee Hantelman is staying vyith the Norman Bollingers ,vhile her folks are visiting in Oregon. The Kenneth Bollingers, Gene ftetzes and Michael and . Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl were guests Tuesday of the Wayne Jollingers for Judy Bollinger's 9th birthday. The good-will truck will stop at the Fenton Methodist church lext Monday, Feb. 21. Walther League of St. John's met Wednesday evening for a Bible and topic discussion. Men's club of St. Luke's, Fairville will meet this evening Thursday) with David and Lloyd Berkland as hosts. The Elwin Schleis attended the 50th wedding of the Henry Kruegers at the Lutheran church in West Bend Sunday. The Kruegers are Mrs. Schlei's aunt and uncle. St. Luke's Aid of Fairville had husbands and guests at a pot-luck supper and 500 party Sunday evening. Guests Sunday evening at Clifford Douglas's were the Merle Voigts and Franklin Muellers for Verlea Douglas's 8th birthday. The George Bollingers am John, Georgia Marlow, and the Ed Schleis, Fenton, the John Bollingers, Burt, and the Willis fh r . pof .g e more - the t-teorge Afm- Arm Woodwieks. Algona, attended Bill Hannovers, Laurence the 50th wedding of the Ottoipertls, Earl Steiers, and Mrs. Klinges at the Garner Memorial Amanda Ruhnke, all W.hitte- Hall Sunday. .Mr. Klinge is a brother of Mrs. George Bollinger- . Friendly Neighbors club met Wednesday evening at Phyllis Dreyer's with Romaine Priebe, co-hostess. Hilda ZUmach and tilda BoUinger gave the lesson. ALGQNA (tewa) THURSDAY, strong, and the Fred Mortem- sens, Fenton. AL Dreyer gave a reading, 'I'm a Tired American". They 'oted to send $5 to the March >f Dimes and the Heart Fund. The Ed Bruhns left Tuesday or a vacation at Phoenix. Ariz. Becky and Mary Hantelman, daughters of the .William. Han- elmans, were both named to the dean's list for the first semester at Emfnetsburg Junior college. The Morris Mitchells left Vlonday for several days with the Arnold Hellers and the Irving Davidsons, Marble Rock and Charles City. Sunday guests of Adolph Pert! for his birthday were the WIRING' Connected or Corrected ! UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-222) THE NEW MODERN WAY TO HARROW... WDS-45 4-S«tt!on Whtil Drawbar in Irantporl position More Acres per Hour • BETTER • FASTER • EASIER }>, II {} [<• ',i J" ^ li I «.( 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 Drawbar* are available for 2, 3, 4, 5,.6, 7, 8 and 10 sections. Joe Bradley Equipment Phone 5-2484 Algona, Iowa Ed Fredrickson, local station agent, and several other agents attended a 7 o'clock dinner at Boone in honor of C. F. Larson, chief train dispatcher, who is retiring. Mrs. Louise Godden, Lompoc, Calif., spent several days last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Emma Manus, at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman. Mrs. James Klaas and four daughters, Marshalltown, visited relatives in Burt and Lone Rock several days last week. Mrs. Klaas is the former Delores Ackerman. Mrs. Nettie Fischer fell at her home Saturday and injured her back. Her daughter Mrs. Nora Garner took her to St Ann hospital for x-rays and treatment. No bones were broken. Mrs. Fischer will be 90 in May. Harry Sewick, Ireton, spenl Friday ^jMpnday at, his sister Mrs. Art Leason's. Sunday the Paul Dremmels and Ferm Se wicks were callers. Supt. Bruce Cranston attended a meeting in Des Moines Feb. 10 on the new federal program of public construction. There will be an organizational meeting of the Kossuth School Boards and a dinner at Algona Hotel Feb. 16. The speech contest will be Feb. 25-26 at Burt school. The R. G. Willretts returned last Monday from a month at Lakeworth, Fla. Duane Willrett came home Tuesday after six month's active training in the army reserve. Guests Feb. 14 of the Willretts were the Her man Willretts, Britt. The John Rashes, Algona, were guests Saturday of Mrs Jessie Rash. The Lawrence Doeges spent several days in Glenville, Minn, at her brother, the Lee Tuttles and attended the golden wedding Feb. 13 for the Lee Tut ties. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger has bnen ill at her home. Callers Thursday were the Kenneth Stravers and Mrs. Anna Godden Fridav, Mrs. Anna Presthus and Monday the Walter Klamos Fidelis class will meet Feb 23 with hostesses Lulu Hawcot and Edith Chapman. Roll call is Love. Program is by Edn Smith. Cub scout Blue and Gold Banciiiet will be held at the school house at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 22. The Bruce Cranstons will attend the golden weddinff Feb. 20 of her parents, the Claude Per>ks, at Alta. Sunner club met Feb. 12 at Rav Witling's. The Rav Westlings attended a shower for Mrs. Oarl Holm Feb. 13 at Lawrence WestHng's in LONG DISTANCE After 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00 pr less, plus tax. Enjoy a family reunion by phone! North western Bell (S) WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY TUESDAY, FEB. 22 9 a. m. to 9 p. m THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE PUBLIC-SPIRITED ALGONA MERCHANTS One Day Specials • Variety Store Items • AppHancti Furniture Sheet Groceries Menswear Drag Needs Ladies Wear Jewelry Used Oers INSURANCE Blossom Insurance Agency BUILDING Algona Plumbinq & Heating Car«on'» for Color Cowan Corp. Punk Plumbinq & Heatinq P. R. Iron* Heitinn A Plumbing Lain" Heatinq & Plumbing Miller Lumber Co. Sailer's Davis Paint Store S"«rwin-Will!ams Color Center United Building Centers, Inc. FARM EQUIPMENT SPECIAL SERVICES Algona Advance Aiciona Greenhouses Consolidated Co-oo. Creameries North Central Public Service Co. Post Transfer Co. The Smoke Shop Ludwig's Cafe DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY Marshall & Swift Cleaners Modern Dry Cleaners Elk Cleaners CLOTHING & SHOES DRUG STORES Honsbruch Drug Rusk Drug & Jewelry HARDWARE Coast-to Coast Stores Gambles Frederick Hardware Store AUTOMOTIVE Algona Flour * Feed Co. Joe Bradley Butcher Bros. Taylor Imnloment Co. Ernie Williams Alnona Implement Algona Prpduce MANUFACTURERS Manufacturing Co. FURNITURE — OFFICE SUPPLIES Bjustrom Furniture Co. Read/; Furniture & Carpets, Inc Foster's VARIETY STORES The Chrischiltes Store Christensen's Style Center Grahams Department Store Leuthold Williams (Hub Clothiers) Kirk's Shoe Store J. C. Penney Co. S & L Co. Sheakleys Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Zender's FINANCIAL Bomgaars Ben Franklin Harrison's Variety Iowa State Bank The Security State Bank Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. JEWELRY Sharp's Jewelry Wiltgen Jewelers Viking Oil Co. Behr Standard Service Dau's Garage Jack's O. K. Tire Service Kossuth Motor Co. Taylor Motor Co. Percival Motors SEWING MACHINES APPLIANCES & TELEVISION Tom's Radio & TV Electronic Specialties North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. North Iowa Appliance Center ENTERTAINMENT Algona & Starlite Theatres. Tall Paul's Big values in this "ONCE-A- YEAR-SALE" . . . prices good Tuesday, Feb. 22 Only . . . stores open all day AND EVENING TUESDAY . . . save on "last call" winter items . . . used cars . . , furniture . . , and many other items. Algona stores are going all-out to make this the BIGGEST WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SALE IN HISTORY. Watch Monday's Advance for special buys — then shop Tuesday and SAVE!!

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