Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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at St. Joe monthly meeting Mar. 9 $t, Jo* — Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph met Wednesday after the 7:30 Mass for their regular monthly meeting with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. The selection of a nominating committee was made with elective members eligible for election of court officers at the May llth meeting. 'itae nominating committee are Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Margaret Reidmiller, Mary Jane Onger, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and Mrs. Harold Reding. The Court Charity committee and several members are working on the two layettes and bandages have been sewn and rolled and will be sent to the missions. ; , St. Joseph's grade stude winners in the C.D.A. poetry contest are Stephen Gales, and Gary Kollasch, both 7th grade; Joan Reding, 8th grade; Donna Illg, 6th grade and Donna Kellner and Barbara McGuire, both 5th grade students. Mrs. Martin Friders was selected an alternate to the C.D.A. State Convention, replacing Mrs. Marvin Reding who was unable to attend. Mrs. N. J. Weydert is court delegate. Lecturer Mrs, David McGuire stressed Spiritual Reading and suggested a Court Library to give each member access to good reading material. A patriotic film, "The Land We Love", made available by the U.S. Savings Division and American Banking Association was shown and en joyed. The Father-Son Banquet will be held Wednesday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m. with Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. Francis Erpelding and Mrs. Milford Plathe, Kitchen Chairman with Mrs. Damain Centgraf, Mrs. Don Reding and Mrs. Leonard McGuire, Dining Room chairman with C.D.A. members in charge oi' preparing and serving the dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. A Bake sale and breakfast sponsored by the Court will be held on Sunday morning March 27 in the school hall with Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Agnes Berte, chairman, in charge. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Jim Stahl and Mrs. Adeline; Wagner receiving high and second high prizes. Mrs. Ber- Sewing lesson PICTURED IS a part of approximately 60 Kossuth women who participated in a lesson on care of sewing machines and use of the attachments March 5 in Algona. The lesson was sponsored by the extension service given by Mrs. Lou Shirley of the North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Concluding lessons this spring will be a lesson on cooking for one or two, April 12 at 1:30 p.m. in the Extension 1 office in Algona. Anyone in the Kossuth area faced with this problem is welcome to attend. lives' in Rolfe before returning to Ames. Mrs. Ham and son had spent 2 weeks here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann, while Mr. Ham was in Washington, D.G. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and sons were given a house warming party here in thei(r new home in St. Joe Thursday evening when their new neighbors gathered for a social evening. Charles Plathe, Herman Plathe, Math Kirsch and John B. Reding returned home on Tuesday afternoon after a weekend visit with relatives and friends in Colorado Springs, Colo. Ledyard Mrs. Earl Jorgenson nard Streit received the prize. plate Will Reding was a medical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner left on Thursday evening via train from Fort Dodge for visit with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and Shawn, Amy and Mark, Ashland, Ohio. Norman Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein returned to Ames Monday after a visit here with home folks during the se mester break from State Uni versity in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and son from Ames left on Sun day for a short visit with rela ALOONA (lew*) AOVANCt—J THURSDAY, MARCH 1 years and for some time sh* i&s been making her home if) Florida with het daughter. Let' era and cards from friends would be most welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Symens and family of Amherst, S.D., Nancy Herzog, Orange City, Betty Herzog, Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and family of Albert Lea were week end visitors at the parental Harold Herzog home. Truth and unvarnished frankness are not always the same thing. Judge a man's wisdom by his hopes. Lawrence Ternes is a surgical patient at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mrs. Glenn Lloyd was admit- ed to the Blue Earth, hospital n Thursday as a medical pa- ient. Alex and Ted Munyer and )rvin Blackenbcrg of Rugby V.D. visited at the Mary Basha ra and Fred Munyer homes last tveek. On Tuesday evening they were guests of the Mike Hom- seys at Armstrong and on, Wednesday all were supper guests at the John Kramersmeier home. Saturday night Mrs. Ba- ihara and her guests had supper with the Ed Munyers in Elnore. While they were here the Kent Moustgards also visited icre. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Blome left Monday afternoon by plane from Mason City to visit Mr. and Mrs. Philip Luck and family in England. They plan to be gone three weeks. While their par ents are away Douglas and Terry are staying at the Vernon Smith home and Bob and Karen are at the Howard Klink- sieks. Leroy Busch was released from the Blue Earth hospital Tuesday. Students who are attending Iowa State University at Ame: have enjoyed a ten-day quartet break with their parents. They are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Green and family, and BUI Green with Mrs. Dallas Green; Monica Munyer with the Fred Munyers, Di- inne Waterhouse with the Au- >rey Waterhouses, Jon DeBoer with Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert De ioer and Ann Carpenter at the ~!lvin Carpenters. Mrs. Milford Berg is the new Avon representative for Ledyard Township. Mrs. Hugh Halfpop, and daughter Phyllis and Mrs. Freida iagedorn of Hubbard spent a day with. Mrs. Lou Junkermeier last week. Sunday afternoon members of her family spent the day with her. Merit Scholarship tests and the Educational Development Tests were taken by students in the freshman, sophomore and Junior classes on Tuesday. Eight juniors took the Merit scholarship test. Mrs. Melbourne Haag and Mary Alice spent the week in Bancroft with her mother, Mrs. Pauline Coady, who has just returned home from a Rochester hospital. Miss Madonna Sullivan, Minneapolis, visited with her mother, Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jere miah over the weekend. Tuesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Sullivan were Mrs. Alma Gelhaus, Mrs, Glen Burrow, Mrs. Marie Halvorsen Mrs. Hazel Carpenter and Mrs Mary Bashara. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schroeder and family visited with Mr and Mrs. Larry Meyer and Todc at Wellsburg last Sunday. Cheryl Kvamsdale, a fresh man student nurse at Marshall x>wn, was capped on Friday March 4. Attending the dedica tion were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg. On the way home they called on the John Moes at Webster City. Miss Mary Jorgensen of Swea City and Sarah Kennedy of Bancroft spent Saturday with their grandmother, Mrs. Ella McDoa aid. The address of Mrs. Blanche Jenks, who will be observing her 88th birthday on March 16, is Route 2, Box 756, Clearwater, Florida 33515. Mr. and Mrs Jenks operated the Ledyard telephone exchange for many WE HAVE MOVED! WATCH FOR OUR OPEN HOUSE AD SEE US FOR: Floors • Walls * Top Coverings PHONE 5-6280 BETWEEN 8 A.M. & 9 A.M. PHONE 5-5334, 5-3480, 5-2813 DURING THE PAY Algona Floor Service AIQONA, IOWA N««d Printing? Call the ADVANCE! Eastern Star at Burt holds annual school Burt — Eastern Star school of instruction was conducted by Clara Shilts, district instructor, Saturday from 12:30 to 5 p.m. at the hall in Burt. A luncheon at 11 a.m. was served in the Hall by a special committee. The 6 o'clock dinner was held in the Cunningham Tea Room. Refreshments were served after the evening meeting by a committee. New members initiated at the evening meeting were Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, Mrs Fred Davis, WitiiAflt Amesbury instruction. and Rev. M. C. Davies. A gift of money was given to fcSTARL. Mrs. Jenny Whalen, Titonka, was a guest Saturday of Lydia Sdiwietert. The Lance Riebhoffs return- id last week from Sanborn where they visited their son the Rev. John Riebhotf for some time. Dorothy Becker and Beulah Dunttas attended a district mee ting Friday at the Country club, Algona, tor beauty counselors. I'ms was a 35th anniversary all day meeting from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a luncheon at noon. The Otto Jagels, LuVerne, were guests Sunday at Alvin Baumgard's. The Merle Richards, Britt, vi sited Burt friends Saturday anc attended Eastern Star school of Mrs. Davies, Sioux .City, wt» weekend guest of het ion th* lav. M. C. Davies family, and i guest at Eastern Star. Open house waa held at Good Samaritan Home in Algona rom 2 to 5 p.m. Rev. M. C. Daries represented the protestant lergy of this area in the dedication ceremony. All commissions except edu cation commission and the pastoral relations committee will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Methodist church to make plans for the quarterly conference March 27. •tfOttOOOOOO'Sweeosiakes. You may have won S 2332 w cash! Clean Rags at the Advance Publishing Co-i f i • A new list every week from now until 014 OJ4 OK4 114 21135 21235 21535 21545 262 263 264 2E53 2E72 2F42 2G26 2G63 2G64 2G67 2G69 2J71 2J72 2J74 2J76 2J78 2K42 2N26 2N63 2N64 2N67 2N69 2P71 2P72 2P74 2P76 2P78 2R31 2S32 2S42 2S53 2S72 2U51 2U52 2U61 2U62 2U65 2W53 2W72 2Y83 2Z53 2Z72 31545 31565 31635 31735 352 353 354 362K 363K 363S 3A43 3A47 3A63 3A65 3A66 3A69 3E52 3ES53 3E53 3E54 3E61 3E62 3E65 3E6S 3F49 3672 3G74 3G76 3G78 3J2 3J51 3J52 3J53 3J63 3K48 3K49 3N60 3N64 3N6S 3N68 3N72 3R31 3R32 3R41 3S47 3S48 3S52 3S53 3S68 3U43 3U47 3U63 3U65 3U66 3U69 3W67 3Z52 3Z53 3Z54 3Z61 3Z62 3Z65 41135 41235 March 31st. 429 first prizes. 41535 41739 41839 452 453 454 45315 45415 45537 45837 473 4A60 4A64 4A66 4A68 4A69 4E45 4E63 4E72 4E74 4E76 4E78 4G51 412 4J4 4J45 4J63 4J72 4K4 4K6 4N52 4N53 4N54 4N61 4N62 4R31 4R32 4R41 4R42 4S45 4S63 4S72 4U60 4U65 4U66 4U68 4U69 4W45 4W63 4W72 4Y87 4Z45 4Z63 4Z64 4Z72 4Z74 4Z76 4Z78 614B 614C 621M 622L 624F 625T 628K 628W 630K 632T 635C 635L 636C 638A 639W 654 662W 663P 611 618 6J4 6K4 732 762D 762U 774 7J4 7K4 804M 814K 814M 824P 834A 834L 844M 854W 862P 863L 864L 864W 874T 884L 884P 894K 816 8J4 8K4 962L 962S 963A BJ4 BK4 L74 DO YOU KNOW That Just By Calling CARSON'S WE WILL REPAIR H the flrst part of your vehicle Identification number is here, you might be a winner. HtJiVs how It works. Look at the first symbols (the prefix) on your vehicle identification slip. Then look at the symbols listed above. If you find yours on the list, you've taken the first step toward being a. winner. Now go see your Buick dealer. He has a list of 72 winners posted in his showroom. If you see your entire vehicle identification number on the poster—the symbols plus the rest of the numbers—$2332 cash is yours. (If your prefix isn't listed in this ad, don't give up. Your numbers may have been posted during the past few weeks. And every week there are 72 new winners posted on the showroom wall. So watch for next weeks list of new symbols in this newspaper.) No slogan to invent, no puzzles to solve. In fact, you don't even have to own a Buick to have a winning number. While you're in the showroom, get a good look at the Buick Special. The $2332.00* happens to be its price. 'Manufacturer's >um;ested retail prlci for Sptclil V-6,2-dr.coupe. Prict includes-Federal Excise Te« ind suggested dealer delivery «nd handling charge. Contest Rules. Residents of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska may, if they prefer, send in a postcard to ?^Jr^P olk ancf < ?°- p -°- Box 134 7. Detroit, Michigan 48231 andreceivetheweeklyllstofwinning numbers by mail for comparison with their own vehicle identification number. An official entry form will be included. Sweepstakes limited to persons over 21 living in the continental U.S. Not valid in Florida or states where prohibited by law. Buick v sl,ooo,ooo° D sweepstakes. There's an authorized Buick dealer near you. See his W" Double-Checked used cars, too. • Broken Glass • Traverse Rods WE WILL INSTALL • Tile Floors • Linoleum Floors • Vinyl Floors • Counter Tops WE FEATURE Venetian Blind* Picture Frame* Formica Tops Ceramic Tile Plastic Tile Ceiling Tile Carpeting by Magee & Roxbury Complete Drapery Selection Armstrong Floor Products Pratt & Lambert Paints & Varnishes Wallpaper & Matching Fabrics Vinyl Wall Coverings Window Shades WE HAVE Expert Installations & Decorating Service for all of the above. CARSON'S for COLOR 210 E. State ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-3737 BETTER HOMES for better living The beautiful home (pictured above) features 4 bedrooms, 2'/2 baths, family room, living room, kitchen and full basement. There is a large bay window across the front of the living room and ample closets and storage space throughout. The breezeway and double garage are visible to the right. This home has a brick veneer front with 2 large outdoor planters. The split-level home (above) has a decorative stone panel in front. Inside are 4 bedrooms, family room, living room, dining room and kitchen with IVa baths. There is a full basement and attached double garage. A BETTER HOME BY ROBINSON A BETTER HOME BY ROBINSON Robinson's Sub-Division (IN THE COUNTRY CLUB AREA) 12 CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLE ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. E. Highway 18 Algona, Iowa Phono 2954374

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