X v^ 2-ALCONA THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 Services held *t Wesley for Irs. Johnson Wetlty — Mrs. Oscar John- Son, 69, died Sunday* April 3 in the:Britt hospital where she had been a week, following a lingering illness. She was born December 18, 1896 to the Erastus Tituses, at Plant* Ark. She married Oscar W. Johnson, Sept. 4, 1917, at Gameri Mrs. Johnson is surviv ed by one daughter, Mrs. Ray (Mildred) Carlson, two sons, Ivan and Bob Johnson, one sister, Mrs. John (Rose) Smith, and one brother, Will Titus, Monette, Mo., and 8 grandchil dren. | Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. at the Boughton Funeral Chapel in Britt and at 2:00 in the local Evangelical Free church. Rev Carroll Swenson, Britt, officiated. I Pallbearers were, Dennis Ha yerly, Henry Pommer, Geo. Seaberg, Lester'Larson, Forrest Eckels and Henry Weiland. I Anna Flo'm was organist, Helen Jorigewaard, soloist, and Ber nice Larson and Myrtle Lease had charge , of the flowers. I Burial was.in the local Evergreen Jcemetery. Car nival a big success jrjnducte'd in St. Jbsfeph'l ic church Ascension day, May 19. ;' . The D<avld Seabargs, Burling* ton} Dwighit Seabergsf Edwin Burrs, Des; Mdines, and LoU Simpsons were Palm Sunday gtleW 'at Getf. Seabefg'S. It W«8 ? or Mrs. Robert Van Hove, Who will leave soon,,to join her husband . stationed at, Bad. Kissin- geti,' Germany. • ^ ' Rose Ann, Hildman, employed as reserVationist at TWA, Chica go,; cam & Friday for the Easter vacation at Her parental John Hildman's. She had a tonsillectomy at the Britt hospital Saturday. Ray Hansen returned March 27 after three "months' at Harlington,i Texas. He was. accompanied by his brother Howard Hansen and wife of the/Garner area. They attended the Iowa picnic at McAllen^in February. Atteding the Rural Women's day in Algona April 1 were the Mesdames Joe Skow, Bob Bolenus, George Seaberg and Charles Nygaard. Wesley town- hip Homemakers helped with. he serving and the program. The Mike Vltzthums had heir 500..club Sunday. Prize winners were LeRoy Grandga- nett, Margaret Olson, Marilyn Grandganett and Mike Vitz- April 13;-" ' thUfn. the Vern Olsons will ha ve ih§ group April 24. ors LAST DAY CHILDREN'S REGULAf 3" DRESS SHOES THE ALGONA HIGH school Carnival held Saturday was a big success. The event grossed over $520 and after expenses, about $250 was left in profit to be distributed to a number of school classes and organizations. In the picture above, student council members are_shpwn working Saturday morning to put the finishing touches on the booths and decorations. Bill Bold-j ridge at right is shown hanging the "ticket" sign on the central booth while, other members ready other displays Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman, DEANERY TO MEET ' The 7 'Northeast Deanery of the D.C.C.W- will hold the spring open meeting at St. Peter's am Paul's parish hall at West Bend April 28 starting at 10 a.m. At tending the board meeting will be Diocesan and Deanery chairmen and parish; representatives. Luncheon will be at 11:45 for a dollar a plate. At 1 p.m. there Will be a registratjipn Vof 25 cents, 'at 1:30 the open meeting, ' and a 'social hour at 3:30, Students of West Bend parish'will entertain. Short messages are planned from the moderator Father Phillips, the new Dean, Father Fitzgerald,. Milford, and the Diocesan president, Mrs. Joe Sheehan- Le Mars. Featured Speaker will be J. Desmond Crotty|0f Pocahontas. SPELLING WINNERS I Winners in the spelling bee Sunday in St. \Joseph,'s parish Kail were Ann^ Eieenbacher, Mark Klein and,Marlene Studer of the'first and second grades; Mike Studer, Denny Ackerson and Debbie Ackerson, third and fourthr grades ;iBeverly Laubenthal, Christine'Studer.and Lu Anne West, fifth and sixth; Bonnie Becker, Marie Laubenthal and Phil Richter, seventh and eighth. 'Father Phillips was pronouncer and -awarded the 12 trophies which were given by the civic club. L. H, Kleiri, Al- Duane Hoveys and Mrs; Mary tfurra and Marion, Buffalo Cen er, and the Larry Teachouts, Rolfe. '• '!•'•:. ';!» •'} Nell Frimmel will have hen 4 auction bridge club Thursday afternoon. The N. J. Meurers, Plover were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim. The Arnold Lalliers, Algona were March 27 guests at Ber nard Kunkel's, The'Conrad Kunkels, Liver more, were guests at Bernard Kunkel's March 30. Mrs. George Kunkel had gall bladder surgery at St. Ann hos pital, Algona, March 27. Mrs. Dale Dornbier had gal bladder surgery at the Britt hos pital Sunday! Confirmation services will be ^ DICK FRIDERES and his family are shown at the Camera club booth at the high school Carnival last Saturday. Grownups as w,ell as, youngsters participated in the activities and the «> «* high.Jschobl gyrfi was,, an active; place? alhday^ ; Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. 1956 4-door, V-8. Fordomatic, Power Steering, black and whit* finish, excellent car, runs nice 195 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Hurry in now for great special : savings, .Grand selection of simulated patent for girls in white or black. Boys' styles of smooth . leather (uppers only). Last day this Saturday at this reduced price! Sizes' 8M- -3" LAST DAY SATURDAYI Boys' Authentic WESTERN BOOTS .REDUCED! bert Lickteig and John Muehe his wheelchair at his home Sat were judges. b'shed Sunday in St. Catholic church for Legal Notices NOTICf Of SALf Of BONDS i Seoled bids will be received by the undersigned Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Twin Rivers Community School District, in the Counties of Humboldt arid Kossuth, State of Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock P.M., Central Standard Time, on April 20, 1966, for $150,000 School Building Bonds of said School District, at which time they will be presented to the Boar,d of Directors of said School District at its meeting to be then held at the High School Building (Superintendent's office) Bode, Iowa, and in sold School District, and after the receipt of open bids, the bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash. ' Said bonds will be of the denomination of $1,000 each or $5,000 each at the option of the purchaser",' but all of said bond; must be of the same denomination. Said bonds will be dated May 1, 1966, bear interest payable November 1, )966, orvd semiannually thereafter, and will mature in numerical order $15,000 on November 1 of each of the years 1967 to 1976, inclusive. None of said bonds will be optional for redemption prior to maturity. Bidders should specify the interest rote or rates for the bonds, and all other circumstances being equal. preference will be given to the bid of par and accrued interest or better specifying the lowest interest rate or rates. The School District will furnish the approving opinion of Messrs. Chapman ohfi Cutler, Lawyers, Chicago, Illinois, the purchaser to furnish the printed bonds, and all bids should be so conditioned. A certified check drawn on a solvent state or national bank payable to the order of the School District for two per cent (2%) of the principal amount of the bonds must be furnished by each bidder as a guarantee of good faith, this amount to be forfeited to the School District by the successful bidder upon failure to take up and pay for the bonds when ready. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Published' by order of the Board of Directors and dated April 4, 1966. Shirley C. Knudson Secretory Published'• in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, April 7 and 14, 1966. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were pub- Joseph's Elaine Goetz, daughter of the Lee Goetzes, and Glennis Amber, son of Mrs. Marguerite Amber, Des Moines. They will be married here April 23. She is a 1964 graduate of Garrigan high school and of Hamilton's Bus! ness College, and is employed in Des Moines. He is a graduate of Technical high school and is an instrument pilot technician for the air guard in Reno, Nev., where they will live. HOLY WEEK MASSES Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church on Holy Thursday will be at 7 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. followed by Procession. Gooc Friday, services will be at 1:45 p.m. Saturday the evening Eas ter Vigil Service and Mass wil begin at 8 o'clock. Easter Sun day morning the Masses will be at 8 and 10 o'clock. rday and suffered, a. broken eft hip. He was taken by am- )ulanc3 to Mercy hospital, Maon City. • . Mrs. Elmer Doughan had the Jolly Dozen club Tuesday. She will have her contract bridge :lub April 13. The Harold Hoveys had a family dinner Sunday. Guests were the Clare Hoveys, Sexton, or BITTING Seoled bids' will be received at the office pf the County Auditor, Algona, lowo, until 2:00 P.M. April 20, 1966, for furnishing ' Kbssufh County with 120,000 lad. ft. common fir bridge plank and 30,000 bd. ft. creosoted fir bridge plank. Bids will be received at the same time for 7,000 lin. ft. of concrete or corrugated iron culvert pipe. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. Marc Moore County Auditor April 2, 1966 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algeria, Iowa, April 7 and 14, 1966. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AVGON4 CEMETERY A meethg of members of the Association will be held Monday, April 1 1 , 1965, at 4:00 p.m., at the City Hall, Alflona, Iowa. Meeting to be held in accordance with its by-lpws and for election of directors whoe term expire, reading of reports and for transaction of other business that may properly come *** Rufl ^ , business tt» a* the BINS EMPTIED The government steel grain bjns are being emptied, and 160,000 bushels of corn goes to Continental Grain Co. and 40,000 to J & O Grain Co., both at Savage, Minn. It will be loaded on barges on the Mississippi. HIP IS BROKEN Lawrence Koppen fell from 1954 Chevrolet 3/4 TON PICKUP Motor overhauled, 4-speed transmission, dual wheels, wide 7x8' comb, grain and stock rack. Perfect farm truck. '595 TAYLOR MOTOR 00. FORD A MERCURY SALES * SERVICE PURPLE FOIL EASTER BASKET $1.25 Spring Sports Equipment BASEBALL Full line of shoes, balls, bats, gloves (for high school and Little Leaguers) and other equipment. TRACK We hive complete line of track shoti to fit roo«t »very foot plus other track equipment. These smooth black leather boots are built for long wear on the trail! Sizes for growing feet in 5-8, 8y a -12, 12V 2 -3; tough, long wearing soles. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES lib. box $1.60 TENNIS Tennis rackets and cases, plus balls and tennis shoes. GOLF Complete line of junior, ladies' and men's golf clubs — also balls, tees, gloves, etc. "Every family should have * basketball a nd hoop — it's wonderful family recreation." 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