Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 8
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I '! Six single rooms 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARjEH 10, 1966 TYPICAL.OF one of the six single rooms is this one which is equipped with a single bed, knee-hole" desk, chair and lamp. To the left is a stationary rocker. There is a large wardrobe with sliding doors and a half bath in the room also. :! ' Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Seals m van- • •• •*-:-f.l IS Swea Eagle — Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, North Kossuth Christmas Seals chairman, ian nounces returns of the 1965 campaign; Towns sales are Ban croft, $135.25; Hurt, '$146.00; Fenton, $130.00; Lakota, $87.25; Ledyard, $74.20; Lone Rock, $74.00; ,Swea City, $129.00. Townships are Hurt, $65.50; Eagle, $56.50; Fenton, $78.00; Ger- nan, $83.25; Grant, $47.50; I Greenwood, $70.50; Harrison, $89.50; Hebron, $61.50; Ledi; $53:00; Lincoln, $67.15; Ramsey, $55.50; Seneca, $90.50; Springfield, $53.00 and Swea, $84.50. ' y; '•••-'• Gross receipts are $1731.60 as compared v to last gear's $1643.14. Mrs. Thompson reminded chairmen of the Spring luncheon March 9 at the Algona hotel. FARMERS UNION MEET There were' 32 at the dinner and meeting of the Farmers Union at the Legion Hall in Swea City Feb. 21 Kenneth Schumanj Des Moines, President Paul Wiechmann won the door prize donated by the Great Plains Lumber Co., which is owned by the Farmers Union. The Legion Auxiliary served the noon meal. Shower given at Seneca for i.1.4 i WlUiL -)/'",.-.UJ ;V W recent bride Seneca — Mrs. Frances Pal- mershedn, nee Judy Cherlanti, 'was given a post-nuptial sho\^- er, in absentee, at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday after- noort. The honoree was ill at ler home with the flu and was! unable to be'present. The hori-] oree's sisters, Marilyn and Jah- et, also her grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Cherland, and her cousins, Cheryl, Sharon and Phyllis Cherland were presented cors'a? ges; Marilyn Cherland had the guest book. Mrs. Elmer Krause presided. Devotions were by Mrs. Russell Johnson, of Cylinder. Phyllis Cherland gave a reading and Cheryl Krause played a flute solo accompanied by Mrs. John Jbhannesen. Janet Cherland gave a reading, and Marilyn Cherland played a horn solo. Cheryl Krause gave a reading and the program closed with a reading by Mem Mrs. Murial Ackerman r»f Biirt,' Mrs Odey Chef fftfid, MM! A%ey Cheriarid; Mrs. tSlfiief' ' Kratise, Mrs. Fred Jphannesen, Mrs. Henry WUbef|/;Mw;'!RAytnoind Sergum, Mrs. Johti Johanhesen, Mrs. Frank Loftg of ttumbbldt, Mrs Carl (prison of MiritteaBo- 1UI, Mrs. Ted J&Meii and M*S- tiettfy Looft, Mrs; f f¥atik Lerig, Ftumboldt, auni of thie bride, '-' "' ''•' ''"' CROWD FOR PARTY there was a good attendance at the card party sponsored by he Senega 1»fbgfes^ive faltn«fs b IViday at m Lend < fttnfc Legion Mall. Prizes were wtfft by Mrs. Leo Cfowley, .Raymond tohnson, Wiliard .Thompson, Mrs. Art BfergUliiL and Robert ynch. 'Pie, ice cream, coffee and milk were served by the -lub member^: ' ' 'Judy Bierland, daughter of the Julian Chei'landsi Burt, and Frances Palmershelm, Etma, ivere married I?eb. 19 at Mason ity. She 'is' attetiding a 'beauty ciiooi there and 'he is ed by ai loan and finance :cohv >&ny. They will UVe 'a^ Mriifon of the spoke. Ar,t Farmers W. Larson Union, is the County secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Best Wishes - to the - - on its Dedication and 1.-' *' F We know that Algona is extremely proud of its new GOOD SAMARITAN HOME and well it can be. This is . j ' • ,. ; •' i. a fine new addition to your community and we are most happy to have had a part in its construction. We urge each of you to attend the Open House and Dedication this coming Sunday, Plumbing and Electical Heating _ by - Plumbing & Heating "Specialists in General Plumbing ft Heating Contracting'' PHONE 444-74?! If UMQNP, IOWA ATTEND FUNERAL Several from this area attended the funeral Thursday at Armstrong for John Flier, 86, father of Mrs. Leo Guerdet. Mr. Flier had been in failing health for some time. A son, Ralph Flier, his wife and daughter, came from Turtle Lake, Wis. and a daughter and son, the Lester Fliers and the Elwin Fishers and sons, and a nephew, the Richard Fliers, Goodland, Minn., came for the funeral. nes. Mr. Thompson attendee the board of managers of the Iowa Baptist Convention Tuesday. . The Dettmer Thompsons and the Gene Thompsons were Fri day guests at'Duane Erickson's at Sherburn, Minn. Mrs. David Medema, Rock Ra pids, left Sunday after 2 weeks with her parents, the Virgil Jensens, while her mother was recuperating from surgery. Mr Medema took his family back to their home. Mrs. Virgil Jensen spent Mon day and Tuesday at Rochester Minn, where she went for a check-up at the Mayo Clinic. Callers at Virgil Jensen's were the Weldon Brandts, Dick Krumms, Maynard Jensens and Rev. Crandall. The Gaylord Johnsons, Algona, were Sunday . callers at his brother, the Truman Johnsons. The Truman Johnsons were Sunday visitors with her brother, the Beryl Bromleys, Fairmont. The Johnnie Tobins were Sunday visitors at Frank Spear's, Sherburn. The Johnie Tobins had their card club Friday with Mr. Tobin and Mrs. Ormal Guinn winning high. The Warren Brones substituted for the Everett Thor- sons. Mrs. Ralph Walker had as guests for her daughter, Dori's 7th birthday Saturday Mary Jo Peterson, Jill Lockwood, Monica Johnson, Lynn Greimann, Mitsa Grey, Peggy Geerdes, Conine Larson, Sally Preston, Carol Mein, Wendy Zielske, Lynda Thorson, Faith Gustofson, Terry Viland. Elmore, Sheri Alderdyce. Marcia Taylor was unable to come. The Ormal Guinns were Sunday guests of her sister, the Barton Evans. Estherville. The Kenneth Bosses, LeMars, have a girl. 7 Ibs. and 7 oz. born Feb. 26. Thev have two other children, a girl and a boy. The Leo Guerdets are the grandparents. Thursday for the 5th birthday of Cheri, Mrs. Art W. Larson had as guests Claudia Reece, Rhellev Dawson, Bruce Larson, Kim Ditsworth and Denny Waldschmidt, and their mothers. The Paul Wiechmanns were Sunday guests at Art W. Larson's. The Virgil Jensens were Sunday visitors at her brother, the Lester Hesseldahls. Winnebago, Minn, and attended the 60th anniversary of Mr. Hessedahl's parents, the Anchor Hessel- dahls. Visitors at Walter Hans's last week were the Milton Petersons and Mrs. Anna Peterson and John. Glen Clark is attending a week of schooling for Farm Service salesmen at Bloomington, 111. Sunday guests at Jim Koons' were the Michael Christs, Jr. and 0. B. Koonses, ba Krause. Gifts were opened by the >ride's sisters and cousins Cheryl Krause spoke in behalf of the honoree. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Russel Johnson, Mrs. Ted Nelson, Mrs. Percy Jacobson, Mrs. Reuben Berkland, all of Cylinder; also Station Wagon, 4-door with 6- cylinder engine, Standard Trans.,' radio, solid red 'finish with red and white matching interior. Chrome luggage rack, for the economy-minded family. «95" TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD A MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Dwane and Ricky, went to Milwaukee far the weekend at the daughter, the iJny JMwiiets! ; ?-.-T. TTlie Ted JeHSenS Vi*ited theif uftcie and aunt, the Engvold fer- dahls. ftlue Earth, last Sunday, The Kenneth Andres attended the wedding of Mrs Andre's •Ister, Eunice Lammers, Graet- ., , «t chbrt-h at drafe- t ttinger, Mrs. Andre helped cut ind serve the weddritg^ cake. Mrs/ Andre and daughters also attended ! a shower for Miss ' (Jene Sollig entered Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge A Vireek ago Tuesday as a medical pa- tietii Visiiittg him last week w**« his fliother f Mrs. «i-tmu v:««A'ia-.»t the P^lll fWffife^Baftcl^ft, the PAtu B«n^ hirite, v^ajid • HowaWl (Mitt W*- |gnm DoUfe 1 [ G*$" <j*jj$* f to have to spend m of mtf week IT IS A PLEASURE TO WELCOME THE TO OUR COMMUNITY We are confident this new addition will prove a tremendous asset -i- both now and in the future. May we extend our" sincere "Best Wishes''for success. WEIDENHOFF CORP. .... .. ...-t ...... r , ,< >• I . ..:• • .--. •• .. i. .'•'>... ' - . ... .• ,/rr .: .ft f . .••-••.. Highway 18 ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-2456 >»«»»«»«»«»«»»' r*feiJi^* »»»»•»»»»»»»»»» We are proud to report D CHOSE ELECTRICITY Home is ALL*ELECTRIC,.. All-Electric EXPSPT PKINTIN0 ATTHiADVANC! We offer our sincere best withes and congratulations to the fine people who had so much to do with' the beautiful, new GOOD SAMARITAN HOME, We know it will be a fine addition to Algona. And we are also proud that Electricity was chosen for heating throughout the new building. We know that Good Samaritan people have nV|de the right decision. Plan to attend dedication and Open Home ceremonies at the new Ho»e Sunday! The move it to EMricily,. .Why M *M»W KM CONVENKNOE of ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES 1 ^HOMI^WNIO iY AiOONANV ^ltf|||||||l|f||||i||i»M|miMf»*»<<*H|itilililiii<i^

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