Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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Fred Pannkuk services held here Tuesday funeral services for Fred Panflkuk, 68, were Tuesday at 1:30. p.m. at the First Presbyterian church with Rev. Walter J. Mow officiating. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were Leo JVtctSnrbe, Dr. Eason, Maurice Carlson, Oliver Carlson, Glenn Jones and Anton Didriksen. Mr, Pannkuk was born in Titonka -November 12, 1897, son of Mr,,and Mrs. Boyd Pannkuk He married Dena Beenken at Ti tonka July 9,-1927. They retired from farming near Lakota in 1959 and moved to Algqna. He died after a lingering illness at St. Ann hospital April 8. Survivors besides his wife are two Sons, Merle, Thousand Oaks, Calif'., and Arlo, Minneapolis, Minrt. ' There 'are six grandchildren; Also surviving are two brothers and three sisters: Rev, Dr. Henry Pannkuk, Prinsburg, Minn.; .Anton, Kelmme; Maggie, Mrs. .Chris Brandt, Hilka, Mrs. Carl Kfesking and Mrs. Ella Bra- *-.. ', .V '. •• V" fid! aft ft'-'ttfortta. "••then* We seven half-brothel and Sisters. Ledyard Mrs. Jorgenson Mf s; Mary Bashara, Mrs'. Everett Thompson, Mrs. Marie Halvorson, MfS. Cecil Pingel and Mrs. Hazel Carpenter attended guest day at the Buffalo..Center Methodist church Thursday. Gretchen Looft, Neenah, Wis., is spending the week at the parental Albert LoOft's. Weekend guests were, Charles Moen, and the Robert Moens, LaCrosse, Wis. Danny Inglett and Darwin Nauman reported for further training on April 8. Danny has been stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, and returned there and Darwin has been at Fort Leonard Wood and went to a camp in Kentucky. Both spent 12 days' at home. Patrick Sullivan is an employment counselor for the Work Experience Program at Fort Dodge. This regional office was set up by the ; Economic •Opportunity Act, and is a five county project- . • Guests at Eldon. .Dontje's Sunday were the Rev. E. H. Busch- mans, Gruhdy. Center,- Mrs. Hen- rietta DoMje, and the 1 Douglas Mechlefg, Titottka. the Everett Thompsons visited her parents/ the Leonard Ah' dersons, the Raymond Thomp' sons and Mrs. Don Swan, a hospital patient, all at Waterloo. The Darreii Johnsons have moved from Elmore to the farm, home formerly occupied by the Jr. Skatlands, Their telephone number is 2159. The Gleti, Behses, Des Moirtes, Moft Sunday gtt<»t* tt Bcttflter Thompson's Wd* t Thompsons and M» called at Albert Barnes" day. They had been in Blue Earth, for the funeral of his cousin. Wednesday the John Walter- mans, Mrs. Henrietta DoMje and Sandy Walterman, Kamrar K.6. Swea Eagle irickson and Lionel <fcught*r*. Thursday aft«f a fit Texas, at Ozona, visiting th* Thompsons. The G*fie man, Minn., Voftref _——— 866 Sawyer's „_____:__ 859 American Legion ^ 849 inot Ottosen Mr«. Donald Other Get more done on a busy day with a Bedroom Helperphone Great for convenience-privacy, too.. Housework seems to go much faster with helpful, step-saving extension phones nearby. Helper- phones! TO ORDER, call the telephone business ""'office or ask your telephone'mari.''^" " : " : '"-''' Northwestern Bell visited Albert Barnes for his birthday.. The Ahrend Hanses called at Earl Jorgenson's Friday. The women also visited Mrs. Lillian Brack. The John Kramersmeiers re turned Thursday from an, East erh trip. They took their daug hter Faye to Washington, D.C where she has a civil service job with the navy. Faye's ad dress is Stratford Apartments 955 South Columbus Street, Ar lington, Va. The Kramersmeier visited Eastern States and in Florida visited the ' Clarence Scotts at New Port Richey, and Mrs. Blanche Jenks, Clearwater. Mrs. Ida Darnell has returned from, three months with her daughter in California. She also visited relatives in the cities. Dallas Green resumed as cook at the Ledyard school Tuesday after a two week absence because of illness. She was at the Blue Earth hospital and also went through the clinic at Rochester. Thursday members of the Youth Fellowship, Rev. Vriesen, and Supt. Gilbert DeBoer attended the Youth banquet at the Congregational church in Buffalo enter. The DeBoers are the Youth Counsellors. Four babies were baptized Sunday at the Methodist church by the pastor, Rev. Edward Maus. They were Jerry William, son of the Raymond Herzogs; Lyle Alan, son of the Rinard Johnsons; John Lowell, son of the Marion Burts; and Duane John Looft, son of the John Loofts. HEROINE — Lassie, a 6-year old white collie belonging to Fred (Fritz) Rhodes of Leon, received an award from the Anv erican Humane , Association for saving her master from serious injury recently. • • -The <plaque4nr scribing her heroism was presented to Lassie and her master by Lester Wallerich, director of the Animal Rescue League of Iowa. Lassie kept Rhodes' hogs from attacking him following a heart attack he suffered while taking care of the hogs. .-itt-opa, fru- Dwaytil-ttpp- ^ntrop, Ringsted, w«ttr Sunday guests at the parental Everett Rippentrop's. The Home!" Hen- riksons were caller*. The Darrell Bishops were* ai Gilmore City Sunday to hive Camie Ranfie baptized at the Methodist church there; Visitor* at Darrell Bishop's have been- the Keith Knoners, Richard, Lo- ofts, Marvin Runksmeiers, Ledyard, Mervin Johnsons, .Dean Swansons and Dr. Henry Hammers, Ottumwa. The William Schaubergers, Fairmont, and: Walter Madsens, Albert Lea, were Sunday callers at Carl Schauberger's. The Robert Millers (Leah Belle Madsen) have a 10% pound daughter, Robin Lea, born April 1, at the Albert Lea hospital. She is the,first child. •••••••MM Loren Daniel went to Iowa City Thursday for tests at the university hospitals. Mrs. Daniel is with him. - The Richard Vartder Woudes, Spencer, have an II Ib. 2 oz. son born April 3. They also have ver son. fhe tee Holts, Spencer, are the grandparents, and the Jesse Van Buskirks are the great-grandparents. ,Mrs. Roy finocfeson entered Lutheran hospital Thursday for tests. Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Paul, Debbie, Ann and Peter, Mason, City, Were Wednesday guests of Margaret Holt. Thursday they were all guests at Bernard Jacobs', Bradgate. Mrs. Oliaruia Vinaas spent the weekend at T. N. Rogness's, Thor. They also visited ' Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl at Mercy hos- 'pitali I The Edward Zinnels Sunday visitors at Ed were Von Bank's, Rolf e, and at the Eilt HundertmArk's at Mard, The Ray Petiticos add .Mrs. Violet RidfefitMtf, 8od#» vWted Mrs. Fred Niewifd «t thelloSpl- tal at Emmet-burg Sunday. Later they visited the Call Hof* ferts. , The Raymond Wehrsf>atini were Sunday vi*itow at.Friftk Allen's, EftiUfc Grove. Mad ChflstiafMon and his daughtef, Mrt. John MirtneapoUB, wwe Suttday sts at the home of Mrs,. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christianson. Monday guests at Olvin Haug's wert the Joe 'ForVestlds, Portland, Om, Mrs. Robert Naeve, Santa Ana, CaUf.,. artd the Oh'ver Kinseths. The Mike Houses and the AteiiriA (iow_rA'e^i r i *f**f *£*. ."' ' II *f?' ^ tj, i.... n'ffi.j,.-•»'. - - ».*•«•*; sort Gary Coopers, Pt, Oode^ SundayvlsltdM^I m&W er's, Evetung visitor* ,v/e« Mike Vouri^wirths, ' ffeftvl Odlo. 5 •'••-" v --f-- ' "• - Four . of the towri's attot: firms are father-son partn ships; They are Thomas cey and,David Tra'cey, 1 Oarr'arirfE. Michael'Cafrf ,non B. Charlton. and y».i^, k oM dharfton and Hubert Jn » and John, Q f Swift. Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott Mrs. Louise Gronbach, Mrs. Lucy Conly, Mrs. Maggie Schrieber and Mrs. Jacob Michelson were coffee guests in the home of Mrs. Etta Underberg at Bode one afternoon last week. The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of the President, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Miller gave the devotions and Mrs. John Olson gave the lesson. It was decided that each member give money instead of having a bake sale. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Sprong.. Mr. and Mrs. David Maclean of St. Paul were weekend visitors in the parental Elwood Rummens home. Lawrence Gronbach (Pat) of Los Angeles, Calif, is here visiting his brother Elmer and other relatives. What will it cost to control foxtail and weeds in your corn? $1 an acre for chemicals. TOP SIX BOWLING L 48 54 57 61 64 82 Pioneer 72 Pete's Garage 70 K.C. _— 67 Vote's Place 59 Smith Lumber 60 Livermore Lanes 42 High Team Series Smith Lumber 2391 Pioneer 2367 Pete's Garage 2285 High Team Game Pioneer 842 K.C. 828 Smith Lumber 814 High Individual Game Lawrence Thilges 223 Harold Dolder 196 Alvin Seagrin 192 High Individual Series Bob Bormann, 547 Harold Dolder 528 Ervin Mertz 515 DOMINO LEAGUE W L Sawyer's 86 38 American Legion 78 46 K.O. Hardware 77 47 Dick's 66 58 Town Tavern 65 59 Andersen Motors __ 62 62 Livermore St. Bank _ 56 68 Livermore Oil Co. ^_ 55 65 Mike's Service Gar. _ 47 73 Schmidt's 16 108 High Individual Series John Gales 554 Virgil Smith 546 Richard Thul 540 High Individual Gam* John Gales 224 N. Bormann 222 Virgil Smith 212 High Team Series sawyer's 2467 Andersen Motors 2428 That's right. Just $1 an acre for the chemicals that will kill or stunt the gi'owlh of the weeds and grasses competing with your corn. They're part of the Dow Leaf-Lifter Program that can increase your yield up to 10%. Begin the program when youi corn is between 8" and 12" high, but not over 20". Simply mount a Dow Leaf-Lifter unit on your tractor or cultivator before spraying. It flicks up the corn leaves as it's pulled along, directing the spray on the weeds end grasses. Within two weeks after spraying, the weeds and grasses are stunted or dying- while your corn thrivfi 9fr Witkcut competition. Ask your Dow Farm Chemicals supplier for the details on the Leaf-Lifter Program. And the chemicals that go with it — DOWPON®-herbicide for controlling giant and common foxtails or pigeon grass, and either ESTERON® 99, ESTERON 99® Concentrate or FORMULA 40® weed killers for controlling broad- leaved weeds such as pigweed and cocklebur. Remember, all the help and information you want is free, end all the chemicals you need cost just $1 an acre. The Dow Chemical Company, Agricultural & Industrial Byproducts Sales, Midland, Michigan. FORD 4-door Rtrnh Wagon, V-8, Fordomatic, radio solid red color/ extra clean. 1195" TAYLOR MOTOR 00. FORP * Mf«CYRY 5ALIS i SERVICE CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — Th« Most Complttc Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premiums With Gas Pur- 'chases at our station. You'll Like Itl VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. HMMMMMMMMMMMNrVII "Homrtmilding Is ftir SJNdaHy" .We'll appreciate a chance to es- Hfnate -*HHout dblfgatrert on any town or farm construction. TIETZ , CONSTRUCTION CO. ' Phone 1 tO > BURT, IOWA MMMMI THESE MEN ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU MMtf Ml LINDE MmMENT CO. E^kMflMA, rorin • Allte Chalmers • Gehl • New Idea "Ser\Jntf Northern Iowa A Southern Minnesota for the; oast 29 Years— 1937 to 1966." BRown 24601 Swee City MMMWMIMWMWIMMMMMMWWMMWMK . • Behlrn Buildings. • Kewanee Discs. ., • 'Case 1 'Farm' Machinery "The U«t of Everything" Phone 295-2467 Afgona BEH W5BBFH Boiling Confraofir Ail types Building Cabinet Work 22 South Heckart, Algona Dial 295-2160 fleas* call after 6:00 p.m. *<WWIrWMMW»r¥WWWWUWW| Front row, left to right: Dave Hankins, Fred Hagen, John Von Bank, Lawrence Vigdal. Second row, left to right: Russ Larkin, Ray Kenne, Roger Fox, Joe Kenne, Bennie Wibben, Bernard Bruning. New Building Remodelin Farm We're at your service and fully equipped to handle any construction job. Give us a call . . . You'll be glad you did! Bennie Wibben Contractor GRAIN STORAGE And GASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CARCILL, INC. Da 10 Kleingartner —-Manager TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Kossuth County Advance Algona RssidsMce Phone 5-2865 Office Phone 5-2160 MOVING - STORAGE CRATING We Move Household Goods Anywhere — Fully Insured Furniture A Machinery Storage In Clean, Modern Warehouse Moving POST Dial 295-2275 Storage READY Ml CONCRE , Saves Money • Saves Time • Does a Better Job PHONE 295-5266 ALGONA, IOWA COWAN CORP. (Formerly Ready Mix Concrete § Lumber Co.) Iowa State Bank Algona's Home-owned flank • Member of FDIC 9 Member of Federal Reserve System Lindwy Soil Water OF ALGONA -A C«mpl«t« V,t«r-C«nditlonlnf Urvic*" LINPSAY $»IM ServUt Str«tt Donald Pe*l it

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