Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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It "Pa<:«ma.ker" — Mrs. t-tazel Strah, 76 of Farmihgton, received help from a modern me* dical marvel, an electronic car* diac pacemaker following a complete heart block last year. Because of the success of the "pacemaker" Mrs. Strah is able to continue operating her business, the Farmington Rest Home and carry on a normal work load. by "B0 ( There's a mervelous new miracle pill so powerful that you can't take it unless you're in perfect health. Our house burned to the ground. We had $13,000 full coverage. Now we find it will cost $20,000 to re- plac« at today's prices. What was wrong with this? Answer: Our new homeowners policy would have paid replacement cost plus removal of debris. Quiet people aren't the only ones .who don't say much. Even a fish wouldn't get into trouble if,he kept his mouth shut. Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa Fenton man married Fenton — A Fenton man, Darrel Berkland, son of the Lloyd Berklands, Emmetsburg, and Carolyn Ann Gorman, daughter of the George J. Gor- mans, Blue Earth, Minn., were married Saturday, Feb. 12, at Saints Peter and Paul's Catholic church in Blue Earth. Father Robert Herman officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mary Kay Gorman, sister of the bride, was maid Of honor, and bridesmaid was Linda Green. Gary Berkland, brother of the groom, was best man, and Bernard Laabs was groomsman. Ushers' were Robert Ziegler and Lydon Berkland. Organist was John Marshall and soloisl was Mrs. Edward Bleess. A wedding dinner was helc for 200 following the ceremony at the Catholic Activity Center. Mrs. Robert Ziegler, Easton, Minn., had the guest book. Mrs. Albert' Deinhart; Mankato, and Mrs, George Malherek, Granada, cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Paul Ziegler, Guckeen, and Mrs. Larry McDonald, Granada poured punch. Waitresses were Jean Mesch er, Enie Scott, Mary Schiltz Patsy Garry, Yvonne Wolff, Ri ta McGoff, Barbara Maday, and Janet Brausen. Mary Ann McGoff, Carolyn Ley, Joyce Berkland, JoAnn Gorman and Vicki Armon were in charge of gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Good Counsel Academy of Mankato and was employed by Mills. From there, those receiving a division 1 rating will be eligible to compete in the state contest March 18 and 19. Stud' eftts will present selections in iUmorous and dramatic declamation, reading of prose and poetry, original oration, play read- Jig and a one act play called, Jloria Mundi. CONFERENCES FRIDAY Sentral Community Schools will be dismissed all day Friday for parent teacher conferences. Faculty members have decided they can do a more effective job by taking a full day for the conferences as they did in the fall. All conferences will be limited to 15 minutes. In grades 3-8 the Iowa basic skills test results will be shown. $135 IN DRIVE Mrs. John Waite, chairman of the March of Dimes drive in Fenton, reports a total of $135.86 has been turned in to the National Foundation from the recent drive. This is considerably above contributions of previous years. Mrs. Waite wish- "es to thank everyone for the speed and success with which they passed on the packets. DATE BAKE SALE The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met with Betty and Judy Wolter. A bake sale was planned for March 5. Karen Jentz s a new member. Talks and demonstrations were by Alice Srause, Jan Newel, Diane Lued- ;ke, Marlys Wichtendahl, and Judy Wolter, assisted by Mrs. Deitering sells Bancroft firm to his sons Bancroft — Albert Deitering announced the sale of the Deitering Implement to his sons Thompson of Perry and Richard of Bancroft. They will take possession March 1. The senior Deitering has been in business at Bancroft since 1925, when he and his father the late Henry Deitering, operated a Chevrolet Garage. The implement franchise was add cd in 1936. Both sons are St. John's high school graduates and worked in the business while in schoo and since that time. Tom be gan work with the New Idea firm as territory sales manage in 1957. He and his family will move to Bancroft soon. AL60MA (Iowa) THURSBAYf FIB. 24, >t 11I 1364 MERCURY Montclair 2-dr. Hardtop, pwr. steering and brakes, Multi-drive trans., all the txtra», light grey finish with red vinyl trim. New $3800 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Leonard Pompe. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Sentral schools will be dis : missed at 1:30 March 1 so teachers can attend the Kossuth Inservice Institute at 2:30. Monday guests of. the Gerhart Wittkop'fs, Algona, were the Fred Frinks and the Roger Frinks and Tar a. Monday guests at Clifford Douglas's were Goldie Douglas Ernest Douglas, the Lyle Doug lases and ^Gerald Jentzes, and Mrs. Harlan Kramer. Weekend guests of the Wil fred Stoebers were the Oliver Stoebers, Marshalltown. Adolph Pertl was a Sunda; HICKORY DICKORY A DOCK rates Putnam and Spencer, [ Blue Earth. He is a graduate f Sentral high school and is arming. After a two week trip to lorida they will live on a farm .•'•"..-.<•',••> i i»-. -ii-nil, .»•,:> y 11 7 r> tear Fenton. LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES are in effect every night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day on Sunday. You can call anywhere in the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) • •for only $1.00* or less. Enjoy a telephone visit at the lowest rates in history—it's the next best thing to being there! *0nly $1.50 or less from 6 to 8 p.m. daily and all day on Saturday. Three-minute station rate. Plus tax. Northwestern Bell ROUND-UP DATED The spring Kindergarten ound-up for the Sentral school s to be held March 24 at 7:30 at the high school building. Ac- :ording to the present regula- ion of the board of education a child must be 5 years old by Sept. 15 to enroll in kindergar- ;en. Registration materials will ae sent to parents of prospec- tvie kindergarten children who were residents of the Sentral district at the time of the last school census. If anyone is overlooked or has moved into the district since the last census and has a child who should reg ister they should call the scho ol office and materials will be sent to them. guest of the Walter Pertls. The Rueben Luedtkes, Clai ence Yagers, and Walter Peril vere guests Wednesday o \dolph.Pertl for.his 80th birth day. North Kossuth farmer nearly loses a thumb SPEAKING CONTESTS Students at Sentral high scho ol interested in the communica live arts of speaking will ente a series of contests. A local con test was held Monday. Winner of this event go to compete witt area schools Feb. 25 at Lak Lone Rock - Fenton weddini Anderson's, Carpenter, Iowa. The Lester Johnson's, Algona, called last week at his bro- uher, the Truman Johnsons. The Mervin Johnsons were iaturday visitors with her parents, the Cecil Godfredsons, Flumboldt. The Johnie Tobins were Friday visitors at Russell Strayer's, Ceylon. Methodist Junior Mission had valentine party Sunday at the church with 26 present. The Elvin Godfredsons were Sunday guests at Al Godfredson's, Fairmont, for Denise's 4th birthday. The Martin Geerdeses were Swea Eagle Martin Geerdes almost severed the thumb Tom his right hand in an accident with his feed grinder. The ;humb was caught in string of wine. A doctor sewed the thumb on and has been checking it closely to see if it could be saved. The last report was satisfactory. The Wendell Ditsworths and Jim Koonses attended a square dance party at the Playmore Ballroom at Fort Dodge Sunday. Proceeds went to Keokuk for victims of the tragic fire that struck duing a square dance party at holiday time. Sunday visitors with her broth er, the Jack Reisdorfe-s, Lako ta. The Bob Geerdeses were vis itors at Moline, 111. at Kennetl and Earl Mullarkey's, Saturdaj to Tuesday. The Ernie Feddersens, Ring sted, were Sunday guests a Chris Feddersen's. The Leo Ouerdets and Robert Burts spent the weekend at Ralph Fliers, Turtle Lake, Wis. Mrs. Guerdet and Mrs. Burt are sisters of Ralph Flier. The Dennis Guerdets attended the wedding of Darold,Berk- CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Fast Service Competitive Rates Dependable Bancroft — St. John's Catho- c church here provided the etting for the Feb. 12 wedding f Eileen Lynch and Leon J Jeitzenauer. The Rev. Joseph H. Schultes officiated for the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz eitzenauer of Lone Rock are ;he groom's parents. Ann Marie Walsh attended he bride as maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Patricia Binzen and Diane Vaske, all friends of the bride. Lawrence Geitzenauer was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Mark Geitzenauer brother of the groom, and Thomas Lynch, brother of the bride One hundred guests attendee the dinner at, the, ,churclx. ball following the 10 a.m. ceremony A reception for 225 was held at Lone Rock. The newlyweds will live ir Mason City where the bride is attending LaJames College of Mrstyling and the groom is ttending Hamilton College. Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs. Amos LeGuire, Mt. Vernon, observed their 65th wedding an- liversary Feb. 13th in Mt. Ver- FUNK Plumbing & Heating South Dodge Algina »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»*»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»•+»»»»••»» Thursday, the Chris Fedder sens were at Etta Hagge's, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Art The only thing that looks low-priced on a Pontiac Tempest Is its price sticker. And that's removable. land, Fenton, and Carolyn Gorman, at Blue Earth Saturday The Everett Rippentrops we re weekend visitors at their son, the Harlan Rippentrops. Mrs. William Gies Jr. has been a patient at the Fairmon hospital for two weeks. She has been in traction for a back in jury. Callers last week at Waite Hans's were the Harvey L. Lai sons, Laurel Petersons, Mrs. Ev erett Johansen, John Peterson Mrs. R. S, Mather, the Ahren Hanses, Lakota, Irvin Smiths Armstrong, E. G. Jorgensens Ledyard, and Barbara Bishop. Sunday guests were the Walter Genrichs and Junior Poppes, Lakota. Mrs. Poppe is Mr. Hans' niece. The Ed Reeces, Elmore, were Sunday guests of their son, the Jack Reeces. Tammy Link, Fairmont, spent Wednesday with her aunt and uncle, the Tom Prestons. Tom Preston, Bob Helgason and Norvall Gochinauer, Armstrong, spent Thursday to Saturday at Pierre, S.D., fishing. They reported fishing fair. Recent visitors at Carl Schauberger's were the Earl Swen- sons, Hector, Minn. Ivy Plant — A member of the ivy family is about the fastest Hrowing plant its owner, Jasper Wilson of Ida Grove, has ever seen. The plant has grown 70 feet in the past two years from a four inch pot which is placed on top of a kitchen cupboard. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! non where they are still active as custodians of the Presbyter- an church there. Mr. LeGuire is 85 years young and his wife 84. GOULD YOU AFFORD TO REBUILD? BETTER CHECK YOUR COVERAGES Chances are you have fire insurance but is it adequate to cover the full replacement value of farm buildings, equipment? Insure To Be Secure BLOSSOM INSURANCE 1'li i ! 1 ,4 109 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Ph. 295-3735 Take it off, and there's just a pare,'unabridged Pontiac. 1 crisp, Wide-Track style and handling. A handsome interior. 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