Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 10
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anniversary Ottosen — Children of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinsoth will sponsor an open house for their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 27, at the Commercial club building from 2 to 5 p.m. Re'latives and friends are invited to attend. Oliver Kinseth and Olga Floen were married March 29, 1916, at Omaha., \ 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 Installation of Seneca pastor dated Sunday Seneca — The Rev. Harold Andersen will be formally installed as pastor of the Ring- sted-Blakjer during the morning service Sunday at 10:30 at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. The Rev. Clifton Bruland, Forest City, will officiate and deliver the sermon for the day. That evening at 7:30, there will be a reception and pantry shower in the St. Paul Lutheran church parlors for the Rev. Anderson family. Heed Money to BUILD OR EXPAND? TT FAREWELL PARTY First Lutheran **r. tetort i. L6t«fti family,- the- Francis ?Snllivans,alized at the Estherville hospital Get d Loan You Can Live with! Expansion can mean extra profits — and the way you ei- pahd can make the difference. A Land Bank loan on land lets you grow safely, profitably. Check these modern features: • Long Term— Low Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advanc* • Lew Cost — No Fees or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Life Insurance Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, see us for a LAND BANK LOAN South of Penney's, Algona, Iowa (Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays) E. H. Hutchins, Manager Helen Haas, Assistant Wayne Preston, son of the Howard Prestons, was given a family farewell Sunday afternoon at the home of his parents. Wayne was to leave Monday morning from Algona for induction into the armed services. Sunday guests included his grandparents, the Curtis 01- sens, the Earl Prestons, and Virgil Prestons, Armstrong; Emory Prestons, Ringsted, Gaylord, Diane, Colleen and Danny Olsen, Ringsted; Myrtle and Edith Molinder, Swea City, and the Everett Zitteriches, Terrill. Wayne's older brother, Daryle, recently received his discharge from the army after having enlisted and spent three years in the service, two years at a missile base in Germany. Daryle will now help his father with farming. Thursday, March 24 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. — Weekday Church School, with Junior Choir practice and Junior Confirmation class. , 5:30 p,m. — Luther League meeting, with Team 2 in charge. Supper will be served by the Jofrn Pendergast, Robert Knud- seri. and John Claude families. 7'. p.m. — Chancel Choir practices. 7:15 p.m. — Senior Choir practices. 8 p.m. — Fellowship and Recreation Building Study Commit tee meets in church office, Friday, March 25 10 a.m. — Deadline for bulletin notices. Sunday, March 27, 8:10 a.m. — Early Passion Sunday worship service. .. 9:20 to ; 10:35 a.m. — Sunday Church School. 10:45 a.m. — Later Passion Sunday worship . service, with offerings for: Lutheran World Action overseas relief work. Monday, March 28 6-30 p.m. —. Men's fellowship meeting at tire Jack Schulz farm. Further announcements will be made ati church Sunday. 7:30 p.m. — Christian Education Building Stady Committee meets in the church office to review architect's sketches. Tuesday, March 29 ' 8 p.m. — Priscilla GrOiip, Lu- their Church Women,, meets at he home of Mrs. Ray Johrison. Bible study will be led by-Mrs. Jack Schulz. ! Wednesday, March; 30 7:30 p.m. — Midweek Lenten Vespers, "My God, Why?" is the theme. for the weekend. She is a student -at Briar Cliff at Sioux City. Ahio andther daughter, the Jim Jensens, Ames, were weekend Dunne Jensen had major surgery,*t the MJierville h&sjjltal a week ago. Mrs. David Ear & Crystal Lake, came to be with*, her, Mrs, Earp's three children are 'being cared for at Mayrtard Jensen's, their grandparents. Ther Leo'Guerdets took grand- childcen Terry and Mark Hoss home! to Le Mars to the Ken neth Mosses, and were weekend guestsl . Danny Anderson, Waverly, spent i the weekend at the parental Albert Anderson's. The • Jim- Koons -family were Sundaj' guests of his parents, the (X| B. Koons, Lakota. The Vlini Koons had their card club Saturday. The Irvin Smiths substituted for the Johnie Tobins. Mrs. Laverne Larson and Jack Reece won high. The ' William Schaubergers, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at Carl i Schauberger's. They called ait the funeral home • in Esther ville for Fred Swan. Mr. Swan WES the father-in-law of Henry Schauberger, brother of Carl. i The Bill Bernards had their neighborhood ."500" club Sunday with cards at three tables. High prizes were -won by Mrs. Verle Smith and Verle Smith, second by Nina Kracht and Robert Fortney. Paul Bernhard won the travel prize. Nina Kracht was a guest. Gene Bollig is showing satis factory recovery at Mercy • hqs pital at Fort Dodge where he has baen a; patient; for the pasi couple of weeks with a back ail ment. "." . '• •' Herman, Streucker, former Seneca resident now living a) Fairmont, had a slight stroke at his home at Fairmont a week ago Saturday.-He'.-is* .riot hospi talized. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones The Jack Reisdorfers, Lakota, Bob Geerdes family, arid Don Geerdeses were Sunday guests at Martin Geerdes home for her birthday. The Martin Geerdeses are moving to,the home they purchased in ;Swea; pity from the Wayne Ghristensens. They have lived on their place <. north -6t Swea City in Eagle township *jfor 30 years, coming from a farm half mile east of the State Line store at Iowa Lake. The William 'Sullivans, Fairmont, were-'Sunday guests a I Francis f&ulli van.'*,;; Shirley^.Sullivan visited her Mrs. Clarence Wies is tyospit »»+»»*»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»», following major surgery a week ago Monday. Mrs. Andrew Brones had surgery last Friday at Fairmont hospital. The Walter Madsens, Albert Lea, were recent callers at Carl Schauberger's. Eagle Homemakers met at Mrs. Kenneth Brones Tuesday with Mrs. Johnie Tobin assistant. Mrs. Chapman, Mason City, showed two heart films, and gave a talk. Mrs. Laurel Peterson, president of the Swea-Harrison Homemakers was a guest, as was Mrs. Albert Anderson from Grant. Mrs. Virgil Tokheim will be hostess for the April meeting, with Mrs. Everett Thorson assisting. Guests at Maurice Johaneson's Friday for 500 were the Elvin Swansons, Harold Swansons, Virgil Prestons, Virgil Tokheims, Warren Broneses, Otto Pingles and Mervin Johnsons, Mr. Pingle and Mrs. Preston won high, and Harold Swanson and Mrs. Brones low. Adult Fellowship met Sunday at the First Methodist with 50 attending. Rev. V. E. Hilton, Blue Earth, Minn., spoke on the merger of the Methodist aad E.U.B. churches. Fifteen attended the Mission study group Thursday at the Methodist church. Anyone is welcome. . i The Marlin Hardts visited their new grandson, Anthony Rogef, son of the Charles SchU* Itzes at Saiik Rapids, Minn., March 6. He was-born Feb. 20, and has a sister, Beth Mftfie. Sunday guests at Glenn Olson's were the William Durbins and granddaughter, Gilmore City, and the Richard Olsons. The Darrel Bishops have a daughter, Camie Ranae, born March 1, at the hospital at Es* therville. She has a brother, Cameron 7, and a sister, Car- men 6. Grandparents are Hie billard Bishops, and Rev. S. Hammers. Mrs. Francis Torine and Mrs. Ervin Heideriwith visited Mrs. Clarence Weis at the Estherville hospital Saturday. The Wayne Pichts, Waverly, were Saturday and Sunday guests of his brother the Raymond Pichts, and attended the R.E.A. meeting at Estherville. Saturday guests were the Otto Kellys, Edward Pichts, and Alice Picht, Minneapolis, who was also a weekend guest. LUTHERANS: "SEE ME LAf ER" IS RISKY TALK "Later" may be too late for life insurance, It's good sense to provide financial security for your family right now! Do it while you're still in good health and can meet medical requirements. Call this local Lutheran for his professional advice. EDWIN P. RUDD, NC District Representative Box 284 Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5049 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS (AAL) \ SPRING IS COMING! SWITCH NOW TO AN LP GAS TRACTOR OPERATION AND INCREASE YOUR FARMING PROFIT... Attention Corn Growers! ORTHO Aldrex INSECTICIDE CONTROLS MAJOR SOIL INSECTS ATTACKING CORN Aldrex Insecticide ON ALL 'cHtMICAtt. HEAD DIRECTIONS AND CAUTIONS SEFORC UDE. T.W.I ChT MO. Hi: L fit.L. 1 Ml. VrfCMi. D CMU il ti I. 1 T fc K. C H K VRON p *> J C N ... WITH THESE ADVANTAGES: MORE POWER - BIG SAVINGS ON OPERATING COSTS AND MAINTENANCE, OIL CONSUMPTION AND FUEL BILLS! MANY PROFIT-MINDED FARMERS ARE SWITCHING TO LP GAS TRACTORS — HOW ABOUT YOU? ALL OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS LISTED HERE WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO DISCUSS YOUR LP GAS TRACTOR NEEDS TODAY. STOP IN AND SEE THEM — YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! Is your corn protected by a soil insecticide that controls only resistant root worms? Then switch to Aldrex. Contains 10% Aldrin plus 10% Parathion. A single application can control the soil-insect complex. Helps you avoid costly replanting. You gain top-rated control from Parathion against resist* ant rootworms, plus the proved effec* tiveness of Aldrin against cutworms, wireworms, seed corn maggots and 15 other insects that cut corn yields. Follow label directions and observe all cautions. Aldrex—Helping the World Grow Better. CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY Orlho Division, Sun Frani'isi'o, C'alii'. ' Part of the great group of Chevron companies ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Walt and Deb Hall INTERNATIONAL Algona RAUER IMPLEMENT CO. John Bauer INTERNATIONAL Wesley BUSCHER BROS. Gib & Dick Buscher MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE Algona ERNIE WILLIAMS Ernie Williams JOHN DEERE Algona GREIMANN IMPLEMENT Milton Greimann JOHN DEERE Swea City JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Joe & Walt Bradley OLIVER Algona UNDE IMPLEMENT Roger Linde ALLIS-CHALMERS Swea City TAYLOR IMPLEMENT 00, Re< Taylor CASE Algona NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ' < 1 COMPLETE LP ANP NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA

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