Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
Page 11
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• *' f • r * North Kossath woman's dies at 87 SWM Eagle — Mrs, Lofefi G. Cutler, mother of Mrs. Walter Magnusen, died at the Fairmont hospital April I 1 ?, she Was 87 years old. Mrs. Cutler, Jennie Maxwell, was born Oct. 16, 1878 in.Floyd county, and was married Sept. 15, 1898, to L. G. Cutler, at Hampton. They farmed in Iowa until March 1, 1911, when they moved to a farm in Silver Lake township south of Fairmont. Mr. Cutler died Dec. 5, 1962, after which Mrs. Cutler lived with a daughter, at New Richland, Minn, for 15 months. She has been a resident at Ruschy rest home for the past two years. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. P. C. (Opal) Madseti, Charles City, Mrs. Palmer (Hazel) Cassem, New Richland Minn., and Mrs. Walter (Ella Swea'-Cify, and , Trimofift. a MR, . J9§f Vi«gs, Were at the East Siiftiit.Methotiist ehUrch, Where Vif». e«tlef was a So year mfitn- bets Rev; H, A. Afiderson officiated ark! burial was in Lakeside cemetery, Fairmont. tE£ CINERAMA Mrs. Warren Brortes and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim took their Sunday sehdol classes of the Methodist chUMi of Swea City to Minneapolis recently to see the Cin- erama, "The Greatest Story Ever Told", the classes include* Philip Fprshee, Jick Stewart, LjUry Fisher, Mindy Haxelhpff, MarLvt Krantz and Joy Pehrson; Judy Montgomery, Susan Payne, ' Peggy , Mary 'Ellen Forshee, Marilyn Haag, 6eth Phe- Ips, DeAnn Richardson, Tim, Work arid David Tokheim. Also going were Barbara Phelps, R bart Brones, Kathy Tokheim and Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff, Cars Were driven by Mrs. Brones, Mrs; Tokheim, Mrs. Harold Rrantz and Mrs. William Phelps. ___ Mrs. Walter Magnuson, Mrs. Warren .Brones and Mrs. War- Shooting for Top Yields? PLANT NEW GENERATION PIONEER. HYBRIDS BRAND Of course, you want TOP YIELDS and PROFITS from your corn acreage. Pioneer New Generation Hybrids "teamed- up" with today's modern corn cultural practices will do it. A good selection of adapted varieties is available right now. We'll gladly help you select the ones that will do best for you. PIONEER. BRAND SEED CORN See or Call Your Local Thompson visited at ft* THUMBAY, MAY S, cheater, Minn, at St. Miry'* hospital with Mrs. Harold Cart, & patient there, Mrs. Oafr had surgery April 13. Sunday callers at Walter Mag- hUsen's Were the Julius Erick- sens, East Chain, Richard Mag- nusens, and Gordon Magnusens, Marshall, Minn, and Vanner Johnsons, Fairmont. the Everett Rippentrops vis* ited their son, the David Rip- pentrops, Newton, Friday, and brought another son, Dale, home from Woodward tor the weekend for his birthday. Mrs, Joe Preston, Estherville, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Nina Traub. The Tom Prestons were Wednesday visitors at her brother, the Fred Links, Fairmont. William Tobin has been at Motley, Minn, for two weeks. Mrs. Emma Gram, Armstrong, had family members as guests Sunday, and also her jranddaughter, the Ormal Guin- i is, Henry Stoners, Laurens, Barton Evans and Junior Keslers s Estherville, and Mrs. Carrie Vigdahl, Armstrong. The Don Johnsons, Armstrong, were Sunday guests at Ormal Guinn's. The card club had the final meeting of the season Saturday with a dinner at the "Oaks" at Fairmont, including the ,Jim Koons, Wendell Ditsworths, Irvin Smiths, Johnie Tobins, EV- erett Thorsons, Ormal Guinns, Laverne Larsons, Jack Recces and Wallace Dawsons. Nels Godfredson returned last Monday from the hospital at Estherville where he had been a medical patient for several days. Mrs. Fred Brandt has been undergoing tests at the hospital at Estherville for several days. ... The- Paul-- Isenbergers, Stanley, Wis., have been guests at the Nels and Ed Godfredsons during the week. Callers were Mrs. Ben Wibben and Mrs, Dave Hankins and daughter, Algona, and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and .children, . „ ... , ..': The Paul Isenbergers and Mrs.' Nels Godfredson were last Wednesday, guests at Cecil Godfredson's, Humboldt. Sunday guests at Walter tfans's for her birthday were their son, the Loren Hanses. Thursday guests at E. G. Jor- jensen's, Ledyard, were the Walter Hanses, for birthdays 01 Mrs. Hans and Mr. Jorgensen. Mrs. Albert Paul, Iowa Falls and Mrs. Paul Rapp and Denise Richmond,' Mo: 'spent the 'week end at Marlin Paul's. The Lori mer Bjorklunds were Sunday callers. The Francis Sullivans weire Sunday visitors at their daugh ter, the James Jensens, Ames. Mrs. Paul Sanftner has been making trips to the hospital ait Estherville to see her mother, Mrs. William Wiskus, who has been a patient since March 27 for a virus infection. She ex- AL60NA (f«*i) ABVAN£l~*i pital, with branchial pneumo - fiia. SeVlefl tanks trf dfcygert will used oft the little girl during ler stay in the hospital, the test of the fahiily had their bout with the flti but all are on their feet agaitt; Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms of fitonka assisted with the family in the absence of the tiiotheir. On behalf of the American Cancer Society, Mrs. Howard Sparks, Portland Township Chairman, wished tbl thank all the CruiaderS as Well as all who contributed. The Crusaders were: Mrs, Bernard Phelps, Mrs. Harley Bosckholt, Mrs. Roland Chafee. Mrs. Henry Lensirtg, Mrs. Bill Trenary, Mrs. -Hazel Carroll, Mrs. Harold, Lampe, Mrs. Larry Dreyer, Mrs. Bill Tjaden, Mrs, Ervin Elmers and Mrs. June Sparks. The total amount collected was $120.75. 9:20 to 10:35 a.m. -* (Jhufeh Srflodl. 10:4S a.ifl. — Lat^f Mdttiefs Day Worship Service with re cognition of certain mothers, ^A _5_i 'SL.-1 j AA ii_ ]! ft Jft qtiet hiJ be^T'po^tiSrted ftbm Churches Pioneer Salesman: R. I. MAWDSLEY ALGONA AARON STEUSSY - ALGONA TED HOOVER, Sr. ALGONA HENRY SCHROEDER . LONE ROCK EUGENE KOLLASCH (Jiggs) BODE WALTER VAUDT WHITTEMORE EVERETT ACKERSON WESLEY Ottosen girl engaged Ottotvn —Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Usher announce the engagement of their daughter luth Elaine, to Kenneth Howard Weaver, son of Mrs. Edith rloard, Evansport, Ohio, and the late William J,.. Weaver .-She s a senior at Ames where she will receive a bachelor of science degree in dietetics in May. He will also graduate at Ames in May and will receive a bachelor of, science degree in animal science. No date has been set for .the, wedding. a gash between two toes which need suturing. He was taken to ,he out-patient department at St. Ann and received attention. He is getting around on crutches. ' : . ' pects to be there another week, BUYS POP FACTORY Richard Schmitt, Algona, has sold the Kossuth County Bottling Works to Dean Wehrspan of Whittemore. Schmitt will continue his Algona Dairy work while Wehrspan will operate the local pop factory himself. N»»«< Printina? AT THE ADVANCE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO MADE OUR OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS! It SFEGUL THMKS TO THE FOLUMMN: To Jet schobl St. Joe — Airman Harlan N Weydert, son of Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Weydert, has been se lected for 11 weeks of jet air craft technical school at Cha mute Air Force Base at Rantoul 111. He is a 1965 graduate o Garrigan high school and re cently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas. SHOWER IS GIVEN Sandra Weber Thursday evening was given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's School hall with relatives and friends attending. Assisting with gifts were Sandra Peltz, Shari Weber and Cathy Collins. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Albin Kayser and Mrs. John Thul receiving prizes. Mrs. Clarence Smith received the door prize, Miss Weber, daughter of the Dale Weber s, Humboldt, will be married to Don aid Becker, St. Joe, son. of the late George and Ida Becker, in St. Mary's Catholic church in Humboldt May 14 at 10:30 a.m. TO HOLD ELECTIONS CD of A will meet May 11. Election of officers for the coming year will be held. National Catholic Daughters ,of America Communion day will be ob served May 7. The Mass at 7:30 in St. Joseph's church May 7 is for living and deceaset members. In charge of the Ma> monthly lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Robert Altman Mrs. Don Bormann, Mrs. Con nie Kohlhaas, Mrs. Connie Kun kel, Mrs. Deleano Grimm, and Mrs. M. T. McGuire. The Bob Bertes and Clarence Berte were visitors several days with the Danny Inskos, Beloit, 111. The Inskos recently moved from here and are with the Insko Racing Corp. The Berte children, Diane, Sharon and David, were with the maternal grandparents, the Leslie Jensens, Garner, during their parents vacation. Mrs. Peter Kirsch had the R- Nu club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving prizes. Mrs. Adeline has the club May 28. Kristine Plathe, daughter of the Milford Plathes,, student at Clarke college, Dubuque, and her roommate Sylvia Lester, Rockford, 111.,, spent the weekend at home. Milford Plathe wer nt by plane Friday afternoon to St. Thomas E*>ir?opal Rev. Milo Ptii'Y Alaona Thursday, May 5 5 p.m. — Holy Communion. Sunday, May 8 11 a.m. — Holy Communion. U.T.O. ingathering. Sunday School and Nursery. Monday, May 9 4 p.m. — Confirmation Class. Thursday, May 12 1:30 p.m. — Altar Guild. 5 p.m. — Holy Communion First Lutheran ••*. Robert F. Loreni Algona Wednesday, May 4 7:15 p.m. — Senior Choir practice. Note change in day. 8 p.m. — Lutheran Church Women meet at church with, th program "The Creative Worn in" being presented by Mrs Kenneth Seely, Mrs. Richard tfosn, Mrs. Mel Bay and Mrs. Gail Haase. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and Mrs. Duane Habeger are hostesses. Thursday, May 5 1:30 p.m. — Sarah Group, Lutheran Church Women, meets at church with Mrs. Paul Lemkee and Mrs. Merle Dahl as hostesses, Mrs. Don Sjogren as Choirs practice. 7:30 _ reft Council artd/ Building mittee Mother-Daughter terestod member of thii congre- ^•t'^^i '^ f*»iJliJ' i_ tit. ^l*MUMittit gation is invited to ' this day to Monday, May Id, to avoid a community conflict: Too rushed to chat You need a Bible study leader and Mrs. Alvin Pedersen leading the devotions. 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. — Weekday Church School. > ........... Sunday, May .8 8:10 a.m. — Early Mother's Day Worship Service with recognition of certain mothers. SHOWER OF VALUES SPECIAL Dubuque to get the girls and also took them back Sunday afternoon. Algona Floor Strviet K I W Painters FOOT IS INJURED Alvin Bormann, son of the renz Bormanns, injured his eft foot Saturday while work- ng at the Raymond Kohlhaas farm. Howard Kohlhaas and Alvin were to grind feed and as the machine was getting started to run Alvin stepped across the auger and his foot was hit. He received a broken toe and Algona PliMbiac i Healing • Mgeaa Breeebouie Elmore Hunan Read 1 a Furniture Ne. Central NMIe Service • United Building Qenter TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. lewa Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch UMBRELLAS $4.50 VALUE RED BLACK ««•»«»»«»«•«»««»»+•*«»«« The Four Corner Social Club met Tuesday afternoon, May 3, in the home of Velma Nelson. There was a plant or bulb exchange, and a house cleaning hint, for roll call. Little Dixie Lee Harms, 5 year old daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. 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