Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 16
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t-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1W I Algona girl engaged leave to fly home fof the funeral on Feb. 10, of his mother, Vtrs. Geo. Schnetzer, at Lu Verne. MR. AND MRS. William F. Steele announce the engagement of their daughter, Mariana, to Jeffrey LeRoy Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Benson, Sandwich, 111. She was graduated from the State College of Iowa and is studying for her master's degree in library science at the university of Chicago. She is employed as a librarian at the university of Chicago lal> oratory schools. Mr. Benson, a member of the science faculty of the laboratory schools, received his A.B. and M.S.T, from the university of Chicago. The wedding will be June 18 on that campus. Mr*. Harry Ward, who had not been well of late, returned home Friday evening after spen* ding two weeks at the Mayos in Rochester. Mr. Ward took her there and drove up on Friday to bring her home. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Arndor- fcr moved early this month from the Skogstrom house in southeast Algona to a Misbach apartment downtown. Mrs. Am- dorfer is employed at City Hall and Robert is in the Weidenhoff offices. Algerians who attended the weekend American Legion conference held at Fort Des Moines were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Phillips of Moline, 111., who recent ly moved from Algona. The Parrishes remained for the Monday session, Farrells drove to Des Moines Saturday and returned home Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. N. M. Coughe nour will, drive to Des Moines :omorrow where the minister will attend the Iowa Convocation on the Ministry with workshops for recruitment of minis- Lers. They will be accompanied by one or two Methodist lay men. annual Inspection of tfftt Chit* ter conducted by Mrs. fired Shilts. In attendance were Mi-, and Mrs. Claude Ruark, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sams, Charles Paxson, and Mrs. Everett Anderson. School of Instruction for the Algona chapter to be conducted by Mrs. Shilts will be held on Saturday, March 5. Ray W. Andtrion wai in DM Moines Monday through Friday of last week attending a Bell Telephone School of Initial Supervisory Training held at the Howard Johnson Motor Court. Ray, who has a long record of service with Bell, was recently made Service Supervisor at the local telephone office. Vic Parsons met hit wift and her mother, Mrs. Claude Samson, at the Mason City airport Saturday on their return from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. They had been away five weeks, three of which Mrs. Samson had spent in a hospital after suffering a heart attack shortly after their arrival. Then she remained at •H Around Algona by ON I ETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanson and daughter who now live in Des Moines, spent the weekend with the Bob Ellefsons. Local friends were informed last week of the death on Thursday, Feb. 17, at Long Beach, Calif., of Mrs. Frank Watson who was in her eighties. Mrs. Watson is best remembered here as the former Mrs. Fred Powell, and she is survived by Mr. Watson, a stepson, and two daughters. Burial took place Monday at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips drove to Fairmont Saturday evening for an overnight visit with the Tom Zweii'els, their daughter's family. absence of several weeks. Charles Simmons came Satur day from Manchester and took his wife home with him on Sun day. She had been here ten days with her parents, the Don Nelsons, and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan to whom a daughter, the second child, was born on Feb 7. The infant has been named Catherine Ann and will be called Cathy. Her brother Jeff is two years old. th« HOWB "of h«f son, Victor Samson, for another two weeks until able to coffie home. Vic w with his mother and sister as far as Chicago and saw them to their plane then he returned to Florida, Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman will leave by plane Saturday, Feb. 26, for Chicago to attend the annual mid-winter meeting; of the Chicago Dental Society. Dr. Strohman will also attend meetings, of the American Society of Dentistry for Children while in the city. They plan to fly home on Saturday, March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett and family spent Friday evening at Des Moines with the Al Lichters, while attending the district wrestling tournament there, then drove on to Unionville, Mo., Sat urday afternoon to visit her par ents, the Lee Worleys. Enroute home Sunday they visited in Ottumwa with his mother. Jason Ethtrington recently joined the staff of KLGA and is again in Algona now with his wife and little son, born Dec 30. Jason is a son of the Clif ord fctherington* and was gra- luated from Algona High in 960. Me got his radio school- ng in Dallas, Texas, and be- ore coming here was with a Little Hock, Ark station. At present he and his family are staying with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Let Kenyan arrived home Sunday afternoon from a Florida vacation. They found roads and traveling bad enroute there following heavy snows in Kentucky and Tennes see but weather was beautiful at Sarasota where they went first. The Bill Hiltons met them there and the two couples went together on a weekend cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Nassau. Hiltons then drove south for a tour of the Keys and were expected to arrive home yesterday. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin had been living at the Hilton home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb ac companied by Mrs. Inez Wolf went to Titonka Sunday for the Golden Wedding observance which honored Mr. and Mrs Will Schram, A program hat )eeft planned by the couple's five children. Since Mr. Schram is a member of the Algona Bar* >er Shoppers, a double quartette from that group sang for hem, in a surprise appearance. Mrs. Plumb is a cousin of Mrs. Schram, Farm Auctions Feb. 24 — Joe Divis dairy auc tion, at farm located from It and 169 junction north of Algo na, 4 miles east on highway 18 four miles south and U4 miles east. Sale includes 33 high grade Holsteins plus equipment. Secu rity State Bank, Algona, clerk Quinn & Leek, auctioneers. Fuli sale details in Advance Monday Feb. 25 — Ronald Knudtson farm auction, at farm one mile west and 8 miles south of Lake Mills. Sale includes 200 acres of good farm land, 7-room house, barn and other buildings Johnson and Murra, auctioneers full sale details in last Monday's Advance. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCi 1964 FORD Galaxie 500, 4-door sedan, factory air-conditioning, 352 V-8 engine, Crui»e*a-matic, power steering, radio, light blue finish, spotless, very, very loW mileage. Nsw $3650 $ 2350" TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves have been at Council Bluffs for the past week visiting their daughter Arlene's family, the Dr. E. B. Mathiasens. On Monday a granddaughter, Janet, served as one of the Queen's attendants at the annual Mardi Gras and Hargreaves attended the ceremonial. Also, while away, they are visiting their son Kenneth and. family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grand- genctt recently purchased the Dr. H. C. Aillaud house on south Jones and will move there from Wesley soon. Mrs. Grand gen ett works at Bell Telephone and 'Dick 1 is Standard Oil tank man succeeding M. L. Vander Waal who has retired. Mr. and Mrs. John Putnam and Mrs. Frances Eason attended a Special Education Meeting 1 held Friday evening and on Saturday at the Sheraton-Warrier Motor Inn at Sioux City. Both Mrs. Eason and Mi 1 . Putnam teach special education classes in the Algona schools: Mrs. Eason at Bryant and Mr. Putnam has an older group at the State Farm Bureau building. Mr. and Mrs John T. Me Guire left Tuesday for Texas, They planned to go to Houston and on further south during an Mr. and Mrs. James Potter and three children, Nevada,; Game to spend Sunday with the respective parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter and Dr. and Mrs, A. J. Eason. Mrs. Glenn W. Jones had surgery done on Wednesday of last week at Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines for the removal of a spinal disc. Mr. Jones remained with her till Friday eve ning, then returned to Des Moines Monday hoping to bring his wife home later this week. Dr. Karl Hoffman left Wednesday, Feb. 23, for Chicago where he is attending the Mid- Winter Dental meeting. From there he will go to New York to visit his daughter Joan's fam- ly, the Al DeCranes, and there will meet a nephew, Dean Kohl- iaas of Washington, D.C. Together they will sail on a Caribbean cruise to the West Indies and Virgin Islands. Upon return to New York the doctor will take a brief post graduate course and expects to return to Algona within a month. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Marie Ogren were two nephews, Henry Schnetzer, of LuVerne, from army service in Germany and his cousin, Jim Schnetzer, of Renwick, who is now in Oklahoma with the Air Force. Henry had been given Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson went to Unionville, Mo., on Sunday accompanied by the latter's brother, Glenn Parcel of Titonka. They attended the funeral on Tuesday of another brother, Albert Parcel, 70, who had been seriously ill for several weeks. A number of local officers of Order of Eastern Star attended a School of Instruction last week at Britt and went to Armstrong Monday evening for the (4 I 'i'jucUi" I's 'uggcM. d u-Uiil D'io (or SIR-CM! V b, " (Jr. cou[H\ i'lice in* cj 1-edLMl Uci.>u Ttu and liugycjled dealer ik-iivcry anJ hanulinj ctiaiyt. 3Play tlxe raatioia's rxe-west marrVtoers game. Claeolc yo\iv car's o-egistration nu.nat>er. It coxilci t>e -wointi ^2332 casla to you., ($2332 also happens to be the price of a new Buick Special*. Isn'l that a coincidence?) HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Check that car registration of yours. If the lirst symbols of your vehicle identification number on it match up with one of thoit 1 lifted at the fight, you might have won yourself $2,332 cash. No slogan to invent, no puzzle lo solve. To find out for sure if you won, just hop ijown to your nearest Buick dealer's. He's got a list of complete winning numbers posted. (Nci, you don't have to own a Buick to have a winning number) If your complete vehicle identification number appears en his list— you're in the money. Rer.' J e',t: ul Mii-.a r . Mivjoun dnd UebrasVa i"dv. il tltcy prefer, st I '• t ; "Am I'j R 1. Pull. ,n,d Co. P. 0. Bo 1347. 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K 652S 6630 614 6J1 6K1 762VY 7J1 Vhl 804 K 824C 824 M 834L £ 3dM i-1 1 »l 844T 844 W 8541' 862A 863K 864 A 8640 864 K 8741. 8S4C 884P 894P 813 8JI 8J6 8K6 8r\8 963P All fill 2nd WEEK-SEE THE WINNING NUMBERS AT YOUR BUIBK DEALER'S'2nd .(A new list every week from now until March 31st. Good luck!) There's an authorized Buick dealer near you. See his \y Double-Checked used cars, too. FOR THOSE 65 OR OLDER... IOWA RESIDENTS ONLY Blue Cross* Blue Shield 65 fills the gaps in Medicare OPEN ENROLLMENT NO HEALTH STATEMENT only per month IT COVERS THE FOLLOWING NOT COVERED BY MEDICARE .,,t. HOSPITAL IT PAYS the first $40.00 of hospital charges. (Medicare has a $40.00 deductible paid by the patient.) IT PAYS the $10.00 per day towards room charge from 61st day through 90th day. (Medicare has $10.00 deductible per day from the 61st through the 90th day.) IT PROVIDES outpatient services for emergency care within 72 hours of an accident, and for surgical procedures. ^EXTENDS .Medicare pays from 90 days per spell of illness to 120 days. From the ninety-first (91st) and continuing through the one hundred and twentieth (120th) day. FT PROVIDES benefits outside the United States of 75% of what would have been paid by Medicare and Blue Cross in the United States. (Medicare benefits generally, limited to the United States.) SURGICAL MEDICAL IT PROVIDES payment up to the $50.00 Deductible on Part B of Medicare if expenses incurred are Blue Shield covered charges. IT PROVIDES payment of the 20% coinsurance on Part B of Medicare if expenses incurred are Blue Shield covered services. EXCLUSIONS: Naturally there are certain basic exclusions. A complete description of benefits and exclusions will be found in the certificate, which applicants will receive before making any payments. $10,000.00 MAXIMUM TOTAL PAYMENT FOR ANY ONE CALENDAR YEAR BENEFIT PERIOD $20,000.00 MAXIMUM TOTAL PAYMENT FOR TWO OR MORE BENEFIT PERIODS DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ALREADY HAVE BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD. PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS WILL BE CONVERTED AUTOMATICALLY! ,{lf Both Husband and Wife Are Over 65, Complete Both Applications) ENROLL TODAY ... FILL OUT AND MAIL NOW SEND NO MONEY, WE WILL BILL YOU LATER BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 1622 PIERCE ST, * SIOUX CITY, IOWA Please enroll me in Blue Cross and Blue Shield "65" at a cost of $5.00 per month. I wish to pay QUARTERLY D ANNUALLY Q (I AM) (I AM NOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD ' One '"" ^V ^ue Crpw * nd Blu « S ^ ie ^ Certificate Number is ........................... NAME , ADDRESS , CITY STATE AGE * BIRTH SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER I < • . • t • « »«»t«»»»•« SIGNATURE ENROLL TODAY .., FILL OUT AND MAIL NOW SEND NO MONEY, WE WILL &ILL YOU LATER BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 1622 PIERCE ST. • SIOUX CITY, IOWA Please enroll me in Blue Cross and Blue Shield "65" at a cost of $5.00 per month. I wish to pay QUARTERLY D ANNUALLY Q (I AM) (I AM NOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD v<Check One ^Y ^ ue ^ ro$s anc ' B ' ue Shield Certificate Number is NAME , ADDRESS CITY STATE AGE ...,, BIRTH DATE f SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SIGNATURE Pate

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