Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 9
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Alqono Koiiuth THURSDAY, MAR, 3, 19*6 - ALOONA, IOWA Patricia Goetz wed Feb. 19 at Wesley church Wesley — Patricia Louise Goetz, daughter of the Leo Goetzes, and Jerome J. Judge, son of the Henry Judges, Bbone, were married February 19 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Father R. W. Phillips performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her two sisters, Elaine as matron of honor, and Kathy as bridesmaid. Groomsman was Ray Clsner, Ames, and Tom Judge, Ames, was best man. Dan Arndorfer and Bill Pepper were ushers. Jerry Johnson and Denny Pott- hoft were acolytes. The adult choir ,was accompanied on the organ by Helen Uckteig. A dinner was served to 150 guests in the parish hall at noon. Carolyn Studer had the guest,book. Mrs. John De Lander, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, cut the cake, the Ed Johnsons were dining room hosts. In charge of the gifts were Diane Arndorfer, Norma Goetz, and Vicki Arndorfer. After a short wedding trip the couple will farm near Boone. Guests were from Ames, Boone, Des Moines, Minneapolis and Two Harbors, Minn. She is a Corwith-Wesley and La James Beauty school graduate and was manager of the Coutierre Beauty Shop in Boone. He is a graduate of a Boone school and is farming. IV • JL I ii^AViL" PneDesp/on 50m OfM 01 fM OMMjttt MUM in fimmetaburg Suh<tay. It .*•» by the D* Cormtet Folk Sinters. M». JtiMifte Beektr trilljiiV* her tuction bridge dub fhur* day. Mrs. George Vitztlium will have her contract bridge dub March 10. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer will have her contract bridge dub March 4. 4-H club has Heart canvass for Seneca Seneca — Seneca Stars have canvassed Seneca township for the Heart Fund drive as a community service activity. They al so sold activity calendars to help their dub treasury. Mem bers participating were Audrey Cathy and Carrie Bergum, Jill and Becky Jensen, Susan Ann and Rosemary Fortney, Barbara Andre, Linda Sue Kracht, Anna Metis, Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dteyer. . ; SINECA STARS MlIT Jill and Becky Jensen had the Seneca Stars meeting Feb. 12. Carrie Bergum led the pledge of allegiance. They voted to ake over the Heart Fund drive n Seneca township. The township was divided into six sec* tions and girls appointed to canvass each section. The 4-H pledge was led by Jill Jensen. Jill Jensen told what to look [or in clothing labels. Susan Fortney demonstrated how to straighten materials. Carrie Bergum showed stay stitching and Kathy Merrill demonstrated darts. Ann Fortney led in songs and Linda Kracht had charge of recreation. Cathy Ber gum appointed committees to make plans for Algona 4-H day. HAS COFFEE Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl had a cof fee Friday. Guests included wo men who were hostesses for their 40th wedding the previous Sunday. Present were Mrs. Ce cil Baldwin, Mrs. Alfred Peter sen, Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mrs. Ted Jensen Mrs. Clarence Men*, Mrs. Lyle -ngland, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, tors. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Edna Mueller of Fentort, Mrs. Ray* mond Gardner and Mrs. Henry jOOft. HUSBANDS GUESTS Seneca Thursday dub had lusbands at a party at Everett Witham's Friday. Present were ;he Cecil Langermans, Delmer Fischers, Ervin Vottelers, Hans Jensens, Elmer Hanisches, Clarence Menzes, Henry Loofts, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson, Everett Withams, Elmer Withams and Steve Fischer. The EMn Godfredsons were recent Sunday guests at the parental Alfred Godfredson's Fairmont, for Denise's fourth birthday. The . Earl Crouchs wer guests of their son, the Dr. Jerry Crouchs, Armstrong, for their granddaughter, Brenda's seventh birthday. The August Nelsons visitec the former's sister, Mrs. Nellie Thorson, Ringsted, one day lasl week. Mrs. Anna Presthus, Al gona, called on Mrs. Thortoii Saturday. The Henry Loofts spent the weekend with their son, the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. The Robert Burts and Leo LrUerdets were recent weekend visitors with the women's bro- her, the Ralph Fliers, Turtle ke, Wis. The Eugene Friests, Fort Dod* ge, were weekend guests at the jarental Alfred Petersen's. The William Moores, Iowa City, were Saturday and Sunday guests at Everett Witham's. Mrs. Moore is a niece of Mr. Witham. The Harry Yungeburgs, Algona, were Sunday guests of the Everett Withams. ••••••••••••«>«*••«*••«*« Lu Verne Fern Bigings The Kiddies and Biddies club met Tuesday with Mrs. Jerry Stille. Receiving high was Mrs. Herman Hinz; low, Mrs. Cliff Richardson; 9-bids, Mrs. Doris Johns, and travel, Mrs. Herman Schult*. The iug«M KIM** , spent Saturday flitf* his uncle, the Clittofd FORD Galaxie 500 LTD, hardtop, factory •Ir-con4ltl«n« ing, vinyl roof, power •tearing and brakes, 352 V*l engine, 13,000 actual mile*, itlll in new car warranty. few 14360 I 3350°° TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD A MERCURY SALES & SERVICE ATTEND FUNERAL Several Wesleyans attended the funeral of Mrs. Clara Kent 79, at St. Boniface Catholic church in Garner Tuesday. She died in the Britt hospital. She had lived with her daughter, Mrs. Mary McMahon at Garner several years. Mrs. Kent is sur- vied by her three daughters: Mrs. Mary McMahon, Garner Mrs. (Mabel) Mike Fox, Chats WdHih, 111., and Mrs. (Helen) Harold Redlick, Mona, Ind. Her husband Lewis and two sons Richard and Lewis, Jr. are dead. The Kent family lived west of Wesley many years ago where the Andrew Reising fam ily now lives. Burial was in St Joseph's cemetery at Wesley. CUB SCOUTS MEET was held February 21 in the Legion hall. Den I, whose den mother is Mary Roiling, assisted by Fern Robinson had the ope rung ceremony. Den 2 whose den mother is Mary Lou Stud er, assisted by Sandy Heard presented a skit. Den 3 whose den mother is Charlene Haupt man assisted by Mrs. Dave'Ro quet, had the closing ceremo ny. Earl Robinson is cub mas ter, Franklin Bode, Dave Roquet, and Gayle Studer are board members. Studer is Insti tutional Representative. Thi next meeting will be March 28 HAS 61 ST BIRTHDAY Harold Price was honored on his 61st birthday Sunday when their children and their familie spent the afternoon at home Guests were the Duane Vaudts Forest City, Don Missals, Clar ion, the George Ostercamps, Or ville Weilands, and Duane Pr ces, Wesley, and Mrs. Ethel Hut chinson, Manly. Homemade ic cream, cake and coffee was served. An open house and reception for the golden anniversary of the Clarence Priebes will be held at the lirst Baptist church in Algona Sunday, March 6 from 2 to o p.m. Hosts will be their sons Berl and Clyde and families. Friends and acquaintances are invited, Clarence and Amy Bond were married at the First Methodist parsonage in Algona with the Rev. F. C. Taylor official-, ing. Clarence farmed near Lone Rock and Amy taught school near Burt. All their married life has been spent in Kossuth except five years in Minnesota from 1920 to 1925. Clarence, son of Ernest and Emma Fischer Priebe, was born in Des Moines. When 13 years of age, his parents moved to a farm neat Lone Rock. Amy, the daugnter 01 ira and Minnie Bond, was born in Lucas county. In 1901 when 6 years old she and her parents and three brothers moved to Uoiie, the trip being maue in a covered wagon. 'Ihe trip takes four hours now but at that time it took ten days. There were no unproved roads, the sloughs coming up into ,the traveled path filling it with deep holes. The Priebes are members of the First Baptist church and in addition to ineir two sons have six grandchildren and three great-granucnildren. They request no guts. Photo oy Poundstone. daughter, Mrs. Norman Allison at Mason City. The John Sudmeiers, Minne*- apolis, called at her brother, Mariiiu Hamilton's Sunday. They were also guests of another brother, the John Hamiltons, Ti- Lonka, and were sponsors at the baptism in St. Joseph's Catholic church of the son of the John Hamiltons. The baby was named Michael John. Aline Martinek, Boone, visited her uncle, Will Martinek, in the Britt hospital, Mrs. Will Martinek and the Harold Marti- neks. Mrs. Tom Forburger and her sister, Mrs. Ann Bleich, Britt, went to Iowa City Saturday to visit their brother-in-law, Louis Minneham, Jefferson, who is a patient in a University hospital. His wife is the former Kathryn Bleich, a sister of Mrs. Forburger and Mrs. Garman. Mrs. Marie Starquist was brought home last week from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she was a patient eleven days for medical care. Mrs. Mary Wingert was admitted to a rest home in Buffalo Center last week following a week's care in Mercy hospi- cal, Mason City. • Karen Wingert, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Clair Wingert's. The Bob Olsons, Port Stockton, Texas, spent several days over the weekend at the parental Mrs. Emma Olson's. Other Sunday guests were the Don Olsons, nt. Dodge, and Oscar Wagners, Mason City. The Donovan Studers were Sunday guests at the parental Herman atuder's for Donovan's birthday. The Myron Crams, Corwith, called at Herman Studer's Sunday. The Herman Lyons, St. Paul, visited her father, Ed Hildman over the weekend. Sunday guests at Merle Loss's for his birthday were his parents, the Robert Losses, the Don Losses, and Pat Montags, Algona, and the Joe Krieps family, Wesley. Mrs. Rich Reiling had her contract bridge club Tuesday in Al's party room. W.S.C.S. met in the Methodist church Wednesday. A number of Wesleyans at- BACK FROM FLORIDA Chas. Froelich returned Saturday from 3 months at his son Ed Froelich's, Pensacola, Fla. His daughter, the Eugene Hubers, Algona, who had spent a month at Orange Beach, Ga., brought her father home. Mr. Froelich was 85 December 1 and he does not need glasses, has very good health and drives his car. The John De Landers, Minneapolis, Tom McGreeveys, Two Harbors, Minn., and Den Vitz- thums, Rock Rapids, attended the Patricia Goetz-Jerome Judge wedding in St. Joseph's Catholic church February 19. Pupils of Garrigan high school, Algona, and of St. Joseph's parochial school were dismissed at noon Friday as .the Garrigan students had completed their retreat. The A. J. Sellers attended the funeral of Mrs. Mae Swaney at Britt Saturday. Mrs. Swaney's son Dale is husband of Rosemary Seiler. A daughter also survives. Mrs. Jessie Sheridan. , spent several days last week with her THE SHYMEN ARE COMING Friday, March 4 DANCING STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. I Can't Keep This a Secret THE JAMES BONO BAND WILL BE BACK! THE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALQONA FOR THOSE 65 OR OLDER... IOWA RESIDENTS ONLY Blue Cross 9 Blue Shield" 65 i fills the gaps in Medicare OPEN ENROLLMENT NO HEALTH STATEMENT only month IT COVERS THE FOLLOWING NOT COVERED BY MEDICARE 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. IT EXTENDS Medicare days from 90 days per spell of illness to 120 clays. From the ninety-first (91st) and continuing through the one hundred and twentieth (120th) day. IT 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 arc 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! . (If 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 J5.00 per month. I wish to pay QUARTERLY Q ANNUALLY Q (I AM) (I AM NOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD ' Check One ^ y Blue Cross and Blue Shield Cert '^ ica+e Number is NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE AGE BIRTH DATE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SIGNATURE Dato 'mi 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 Q ANNUALLY Q (I AM) (I AMJSOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD My Blue Cross and Blue Shield Certificat* Number is D " D Check One NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE AGE BIRTH DATE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SIGNATURE Q«tt

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