Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

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Around Algona DIDRIKS6N i"t"t't |r|-.t..H4 Phone 295-2605 Mr, and Mrs. Atidy Johnson were in Algona for the weekend working at the house they purchased recently from the H. Dale Coles. Mr, and Mrs. Merrill Bacon and two daughters, Waltham, Minn., spent weekend before last in Algona, visiting Mrs. Bacon's parents, the Henry Gu- derians, after their return from California. The Bacon's older daughter, Bonnie, is to be married in June. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey drove to Ankeny Friday morning and remained till Monday with the Russell Picketts, their son's family. A County meeting of Kossuth's Precinct committee men and committee women will be held Wednesday evening, March 16, in the dining room of Algona's Methodist church, where a chili supper will be served to that group. A new.county chairman and county vice-chairmen will be elected and other vacan- H Ml 1 I 1 I I I I I'.H-H ties will be filled at that time. Mrs. Clifford Aalfs left Saturday evening by bus for her home at Sioux City after spending a week here with her mother, Mrs. Chester Bailey. Algona friends of Miss Bertha Godfrey are happy to learn that she was unhurt in an auto accident at Ames on Tuesday of last week. As Miss Godfrey backed from a driveway in north Ames she struck a car driven by Mrs. H. Dakin of Webster City who was taken to Mary Greeley hospital in Ames and released late in the week. Loss on the Dakin car was estimated at $500, and though Miss Godfrey was uninjured her car was a total loss. boti'faddpck at Phtenfe, Arte, and Louise Matone-Tuffnef at Sun City. Both of them and Mrs. Salisbury are members of a Catnpfire Group planning ft 50th anniversary in June at Margate, Fla. with their leader. Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, but it is not yet known how many will be able to go. Salisburys also st6p* ped over at Dallas, Tex., with ler sister, Ethel Nyman and her husband of Swea City. 1957 Chevrolet STATION WAGON, V-8, Pwr. Glide, radio. Power Steering, Two-tone bronze and white, extra clean. Near new tires. Sharp . . . S 395 00 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Lucille Black flew from San Antonio, Tex., on Saturday and is visiting at the homes of her sister Florence, Mrs. George Kain, and their brother, Hugh Black. Mrs. Harvey Bunting, Albion, 111., and Mrs. Lee Dickerson, Moweaqua, 111., have been guests since Monday of last week at the home of their brother, J. B. Asa. On Sunday all of them had dinner with a niece and her husband, the Dale Pe- dersens, at Humboldt where there was a family gathering. They are here especially because of the critical illness at the Britt hospital of another sister, Mrs. Gordon Davison, with whom they are spending much time. Trains here HERB DODDS, above, is a County Extension Assistant in training in Kossuth County. He is working with County Exten sion Director, Galen De Valois, Associate Roger Hiemstra, ant Assistant Lois Busch for about a month with emphasis on the Youth Program. At the conclu sipn of the training period he will be transferred to another county as an Extension Assistant. Mr. Dodds is from New London and a 1965 graduate of Iowa State with a B S degree. He has >een on active duty with the J. S. Army in Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Burt Mrs. George Haweott ««•«««••••••••••«••»»»*« Among local people on win ter vacations are the Carl Cal- lieses in the southwest and southern states; the R. L. Kran- tzes at McAllen, Texas; and the Donald Budlongs in Miami, Fla. who are visiting his sister, the C. B. Coyner's and her parents the foggeveilers. The Legion Auxiliary held a work meeting Friday at Dwighi Garrett's. Mrs. Oscar Norland assisted Mrs. Garrett as hosi- tesses. Mrs. L. L. Riter .and -Mrs. John Schutter drove to Spencer Tuesday to attend a Membership Tea put on by Clay County Republican women. Mrs. Riter is State membership chairman. Captain and Mrs. Howard Buehler of Balboa, Canal Zone, have sent out invitations to the wedding of their daughter Judith Ann, who will be married on Friday evening, March 18, to Sidney P. Williamson, a sec- ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL BULLDOGS ond lieutenant in the U.S. Army, stationed in the Zone. The wedding will take place at the Balboa Union Church. Mr. Wiliamson is a South Dakotan and graduate of the University at Vermillion. Mrs. Buehler, the jride's mother, is best remembered by many Algona friends as the former Eleanor Thorpe who grew up here and is a niece of this reporter. The Kiwanis Club will entertain their Kweens at dinner on March 17 and then will go to the Algona Theater for a showing of Walt Disney's popular picture, That Darn Cat. ON THE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT TRAIL FOLLOW THE ACTION ON KLGA RADIO Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian returned home Feb. 26, from San Diego, Calif., where they had visited at the home of their son Bill during a six weeks vacation. Bill is now Controlling auditor at the large Sears Store in San Diego where he was transferred in November • from their Stockton store where he had been employed for seven years. He had lived in San Diego while in college, then work ed his way up with Sears from clerk, ass't. manager, etc., to his present fine position. He and his wife have two sons: 10 year old Steven and Michael, who is two. Mrs. F. B. Seeley, Ames, visited at the Anton Didriksen home from Wednesday to Sunday when they took her to Fort Dodge. There they met the F. L. Thorpes for dinner, then she returned home with them. Stewart McFadden moved about two weeks ago into a house on south Moore Street purchased from the Jim Essers. He earlier had sold his acreage south of town to his brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Salisbury, who arrived a week ago Saturday to take possession. They moved from Clinton where they had lived for the past several years and before that lived in Cedar Rapids where Mr. Salisbury was City Milk Sanitarian. Most recently they spent six weeks in California. Their eldest son lives at Torrence, Calif., another son is in West Des Moines and their daughter at Lincoln, Nebr. En- route back from the West Coast the Salisburys saw Gladys Tri- s«»»aa» l ..... Harry Wards to have 50th wedding soon ALGGNA (few*) THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Ward,] ifelong residents of Algona, l observe their Golden wedding anniversary on March 15. Because of Mrs. Ward's present 11 health, no open house is be- ng held for them at this time. But after school is out next summer their five children and the grandchildren will come home for a family re-union for the parents' 50th anniversary. Nannie E. Wooster and Harry E. Ward were married March 15, 1916 at the Charles Wooster farm home six miles south of Algona with a large group of friends and relatives in attendance. They have five children: Curtis, Los Altos, Calif.; Dorothy, Mrs. Jas. Cox, Atlanta, Ga.; Don Colorado Springs, Colo.; Kendall, Des Moines; and Patricia Mrs. Ray Bilsborough, Algona Guests from Wednesday until Saturday at the Les filters are their daughter, Mrs. Michael Magan and three month old Michael Anthony, Grosse Point, Mich. Saturday the Riters will take them and visit another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony VerHoven at Ireton for the weekend. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fitzgerald were the William F. Fitzgeralds, the Ralph Strayers, and the Gerald Thilgeses. Stephen Miller, son of Mr and Mrs. Maynard Miller of Algona, began work Feb. 28 at the McDonald Aircraft plant in St Lotiis, Mo., as a radio mechanic. Mrs. Maynard Miller returned ast Thursday from California vhere she attended the golden wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Faulkner of Anaheim, Calif. She was accompanied by an aunt and uncle and they traveled by car. She was gone 10 days. the AlgbftS fiit Itidl. ^^^ will hold their anfiual election of officers Saturday,, MiftffjI2j at the Izaak WattWi h*lf •t.ffjro p.m. -there Wilt fte • 0$ Wfefc lunch after the meeting. „ * HORMf,U .The loth Annual F6rt Market ttog Show will be he Saturday* March 26. The Ih6w will again be held in the HtiHftel plant livestock yards in Port Dodge. . . •' .1 BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" LUVERNE • WESLEY • TIT.ONKA • CORWITH • REN WICK at "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" FOR THOSE 65 OR OLDER IOWA RESIDENTS ONLY \ • '1! Blue Cross Blue Shield 65 fills the gaps in Medicare OPEN ENROLLMENT NO HEALTH STATEMENT 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 days. 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 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 4 ' .•ti'" DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ALREADY HAVE BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD. PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS WILL BE CONVERTED AUTOMATICALLY! (If Both Husband and Wife Ar« Over 65, Complete Both Applications) iNROLL 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 Pleas* enroll me in Blue Cross and Blue Shield "65" at a cost of $5.00 per mpnth. 1 wish to pay QUARTERLY Q ANNUALLY Q (1 AM) (1 AM NOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 'Check One"' My Blue Cro$s and Blue Snield Certificate CITY STATE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SIGNATURE Date 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 $5.00 per month. 1 wish to pay QUARTERLY Q ANNUALLY Q (1 AM) (1 AM NOT) A MEMBER OF BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD " LC heck One M * Blue Cros$ and Blue Snleld Certificate NAME CITY STATE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SIGNATURE Date

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