Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 15
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RENTALS Be Correctly Attired in the Newest and LEUTllOLDmLIAMS \ £ot&AA*^ \^*/ ALGONA, IOWA' 50thwedding is observed at Lone Rook Lone Rock — There were 225 it the golden, wedding of the "rederick Schultzes May 1 in he Presbyterian church. Tliere was a program at 2:30 Meditations were % Rev. Al- jert C. Bullock. A quartet, Le Roy Bras, ftev. Albert Bullock Vfichaei Lee and Gary Rath sang. Wishes were by Dawn Schultz. Rev. Marvin Schultz and his son James, Little Rock sang. A reading was given b; Lucille Seegebarth. Mrs. Har Ian Blanchard announced the program. pawn Schultz registered the guests. Barbara Thompson, Min neapolis, took care of gifts ant cards. Mrs. Roscoe Schultz, Mil waukee, and Mrs. A. A. Krue ger cut and served the cake Mrs. John Schimetz, Milwaukee, poured. The Jo Ella Circle was in charge of serving. Guests came from all neighboring towns and from Wisconsin, Minnesota, So. Dakota, and Illinois. To Boys State MICHAEL LEE GARY RATH 4-H CLUB MEETS Lively Rockets 4-H club met April 13 with Linda Doocy. The Mother's Tea and goals for the HOMES FOR SALE YOUR SIDEWALK OF SECURITY NEW LISTING fair, were planned. Talks were given by JoAnn Binzen and Linda Doocy. Demonstrations wee given by Pam Thompson and "at Lynch. Mrs. Hulda Schultz, Mrs. Rodey Brandt, the Howard Schu- tzes, De Smit, S.D., spent the weekend here to attend the gol- en anniversary of the Frederck Schultzes. The Al Jansens, Centralia, 11., were here for the golden nniversary of her aunt and uncle, the Frederick Schultzes. They also visited the Win. Faul- sticks, Whittemore. Many from here were hostesses for a shower for Mary Lee Renger and Eugene Flaig at the Catholic church in Bancroft May May 1. They 14. will be married Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott Lone Rock — Michael Lee Sentral high school junior and. son of the E. A. Lees, Lone Rock, has been selected as ,th< KerrrHammerstrom Legiort del egate to the 1966 Boy's State He is a member of the Sentra band, stage bartd, chorus, football, basketball, baseball and track teams. He is vice president of the Student Council. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, president of the Youth Fellowship and sings in the church choir. Selected as alternate is Gary Rath, son of the Clinton Raths, is in band, chorus, vocal and instrumental small groups and solos; president of F.T.A., and plays football. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, Youth Fellowship and the church choir. This summer he will also do Bible School teaching and camp counselling at the Ra coon River Bible Conference which he also did last summer wins meril award Mrs. Torn Zweifel, Fairmont, Minn., formerly of Algona, re* ently entered one of her oil >aintings in a contest that was jeing held in an adult and stu- lent education night school There were 50 entries and five nerit awards given, of which she received one. Mrs. Zweife s the former Sandra Phillips daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips. Mrs. Phillips visited icr daughter and family recently- Seneca women on program for Spencer radio ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE--; THUftSOAY, MAYS/1966 Seneca Blakjer Lutheran Engaged church women will give the radio program, The Christian Woman Speaks, May 8, over KICD radio station, Spencer, at 11:15 a.m. Mrs. Henry Wilberg and MR. AND MRS. Melvin Alt o Burt announce the engagemen of their daughter Trudy Ann to Richard K. Dugan, son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dugan, Daven port, Iowa. Miss Alt is a fresh man elementary education ma «....V-\M:. --• -. •• Schneider; the niftfket is by Esther Miller, Elk -„. „.. and Bertha Wiilrett; ahd there will bs a Bible study of Ahios. O.E.S. Padt MattbtlS club meet at 9 a.m. May 12 fdf a breakfast at the home of'Beth Millef assisted by Millie Klaffip and Gladys Hawcott. Roll, Call is a tribute for Mothers day.' Rebekah arid Benjamin, chil* dren of the Rev. Arthur Camp- neys, Arnolds Park, are staying wjth their .grandparents,. ,tha Walter Campneys, while.;, their parents attend the Spencer Dis^ irict Citizenship Seminar. Six adults and 32 M.Y.F, members left on a chartered bus April 26 and will return this .•.Saturday. Many listened to tape re cordings over, K1CD radio tell' ing of their'tours. .- W.S.C.S. conference meeting was held at Storm Lake May 4 and attending were Frances Sarchet, Lorraine Campney, Mary Jean Andrews and Karen Davies. .'. •....-...;.., .\.•..-:•'-. •• ••!' Weekend guests at Darrell McFarland's were the EUwood Lewises, Hebron, Ind. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. McFarland are sisters. Nettie Fischer returned last Fishermen Burt All on one living room, $10,500 No. 1 — 2 bedroom home close in to downtown area. floor. Separate dining room. Large bath, and kitchen. Single garage -': ..... - ' "•• ..... •••-' '* ' ............... '• No. 2 — 3 bedroom two story home. Living room, dining area. Kitchen has breakfast nook. Near new gas furnace $9,000 * No. 3 — 4 bedroom home in St. Benedict. Kitchen remodeled* lots of cupboard space. Living room, full bath. Near new double garage. 3 full lots ________________ $5,000 * 408 N. ROAN ___________________________________ SOLD! * 3 or 4 bedroom home, one block from public high school. Completely remodeled kitchen with snack bar. Dining room, living room. Near new gas furnact. A good-sized family home ----------------- $10,500 * 3 bedroom home. Living room (carpeted), dining room, 2 bedrooms down with full, bath. One large room upstairs with half bath. Single garage ------ $13,200 * 4 bedroom — close to schools and downtown area. Two full baths. Good sized kitchen, lots of cupboards $12,200 * Near new split level — 3 bedrooms. Separate family room and den. Double closets and all oak floors. Large attached garage _______ :__• -------------- $18,500 * 3 bedroom home — two doors from Catholic church. Kitchen, living room. Single garage ---------------- $9,700 * Comfortable 3 bedroom home — good sized living room. Gas heat. Immediate possession -------------- $8,500 * 3 bedroom - two story — Full bath upstairs and down. Dining room and living room carp* ted. Double garage ________________________________________ $17,000 * Large family home with fireplace — 3 bedrooms. Separate dining room off of kitchen -------------- $13.500 3 bedroom ranch type — 1300 sq, ft, Double closets in all bedrooms. Built-in range and oven, Attached double garage _ _ $18,200 * : . Brand new 3 bedroom — Never been occupied. Carpeting in living room. Built-in range and ovent In growing part of Algona __ •__ $13,500 Seeley Realty Co. (ow 8 1 1) 17V? f, STATi Mrs. Anna Welter of Tucson, Ariz, is visiting in the home of her granddaughter, the Richard Sawyer home and plans to stay for a couple of months. John Zeimet was taken to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge on 'hursday where he is a medical patient. Mrs. Maurice Smith and two ihildren of Minneapolis spent a few days in the home of her daugWer 'and"'family,"We""Ge?- ald McColloughs. WINS NOMINATION Roger R. Johnson, son of the Raymond Johnsons, senior at Algona high school, has been nominated for the annual achievement awards program sponsored by the national council of teachers of English. The council grants recognition to outstanding English students and forwards the names to director of admissions of colleges to be considered for scholarship. Mrs. George Hawcott EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE jor at North West Missouri State college, affiliated with Alpha An. Henry Looft went to Spen- Sigma Alpha Mr. Dugan is a sen- - er Saturday and had the pro- ram taped. Accompanying we : e Mrs. Charles Beaver and Dennis Wilberg. The Bill Bernhards had their daughter, Theresa Bernacfette, baptized at St. John's Catholic :hurch at Bancroft April 24, th the Rev. Father Maurice Crause officiating. The William Goches, Bancroft, were sponsors. Guests of the Bernhards were Rev. Father Krause, the William E. Goches, Bancroft, Maurice Bernhards, Bancroft, Roy Kliegls and Carol and Mrs. Olga Braatz of Whittemore. Mrs. She ior at college Kappa August ned. West Missouri State and a member of Tau Epsilbn fraternity. An wedding is being plan- week Tuesday from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had been a patient two weeks being treated for' collapsed vertebra and cracked ribs caused >by a fall some time -ago. ••'• =./ *'• Season opened on WALLfYI AND NORTHERNS LAST *A1 URDAY. If yoiu ire in need fine quality fishing ta?kle, i have it, brother. $uch as rods/ reels, line*/ . east spinning ahd fly radf, In length* and weights. All ty« of lures> minnow seines, bucket.. t»ails,, landing nets, ttringeriX hooks and leaders* rain jackef|| hip boots, waders, wire fish'begl and, snap-on boat holders. . •$$ DROP IN BEFORE YOU 60 2 fclSHlN'. WE HA'VE THE Mil NESOTA 1966 .FISHING CENSE. BECKER f '.."*' •''•' '8> Sporting Good! Hurt Co-op is studying new drying unit EAST OF LEGION HALL S-2780 . Burt — A Bratz prepared the dinner. has been helping at the Bern- er's meeting, was hard home following the arri val of the babv Th Henry Wilbergs and the Kenneth Halversons, Fenton, went to Sioux City Sunday for special stockhold- held April 30 in the basement of Burt Co-operative elevator to discuss advisability of the installation of a larger drying unit. The Walter Klamps, Algona were guests May 1 of Mrs. Lot tie Isenberger. The Frank Ryersons receive< word last week of the arrival of another granddaughter. Mary Lynn was born at the W. J. Crosby home in Citra, Fla., on April 29. They now have four Slaughters. Mrs. Crosby is the former Joyce Ryerson. The Homer Sabins were guests Sunday at Martha Drager's, Algona. The Jake Smiths and Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel attended the Golden Wedding of the Fred Schultzes at the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock May 1. Mrs. C. M. Gross and Mrs. Art Leason visited Sunday at Paul Dremmel's, Algona. Birthday Circle will meet May 12 with Mrs. Jessie Rash. U & I Circle will meet May 10 with Evelyn Angus. Roll call is color combinations. The extension lesson will be given by Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neoma a Lee family gathering at Maynard Lee's at the gymnasium at Morningside college where he is a custodian. There were 30 ^present. • The Earl Crouches went to da Grove Sunday guests of heir son, the Robert Crouches. He teaches English in the Ida roVe school and has been awarded a scholarship to spend ix weeks this summer at Ames. TAYLOR'S SALESMAN'S HOT SPECIAL Ptul M. St tloy. Rtiltor Mark A. SeeUy Office Phono 5-3350 Residence phono 5 3174 Arnit Rfcklf ft and Jim Ge«lan $4491 too FrauM $-$47f 'his was given by a National 'oundation. The Emil Bierstedts had as uests Wednesday the Rev. Rex ipicers, Mrs. Spicer's sister, Kahey Devans, the James Meyers amily, Fenton, for Mrs. Spicer's birthday. Mrs. Edna Johannesen had ,he Seneca Thursday club Thursday. They voted to have he two last Extension lessons as well as the cancer film at the meeting at Mrs. Alfred Petersen's. Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mrs. .Ervin Votteler had birthdays. The Norman Watsons, Troy Grove, 111. and Robert Thiels, Sioux Falls, S.D., visited their parents, the Everett Withams, when they were patients at the Estherville hospital recently. Mrs. Witham had pneumonia and Mr. Witham had a severe case of the flu. The Henry Wilbergs spent April 24 at Paul Schwandt's at Williams for Dennis Wilberg's 12th birthday. The Earl Crouches had their grandchildren, Brenda and Brin Crouch, Armstrong April 24 i/toile their parents, the Dr. Jery Crouches were visiting at Atebb. The David Loofts visited the lonald Johannesens, Swea City 'riday and saw the Johanne en's baby, Mary Jennifer. The Gordon Happels, Hum boldt, have a 7 lb. HVa oz daughter, Suzanne Lynn, born April 26. They have a 2M> yea old son, Todd. They formerl lived in Burt and he was em ployed by the K & H farm sei vice. Mariners Club met May 1 Burt Presbyterian church wit seven couples present. Devo tions were,by the> Roscoe ,Mawd- sleys, and program by the Leonard Stenzels. Hosts were Russell and Ruth Patterson. Each member brought a May basket which were exchanged at lunch time. Aid will meet at St. John's Lutheran church May 5. Hostesses are Arlene Behnkendorf, Florence Koestler and Arlene FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE The Charles Rustd! Orchestra featuring JIMMY NOONAN, Vocalist (Playing good standard dance tempos) Saturday, May 7 LOUNGE "Home of Good Entertainment" On Hwy. 169 Next to Johnny's Steak Harbor HUMBOLDT, IOWA THU fini unit, a 1962 FORD F-600, is A-l on the "sell list" Of salesman Harold Kuchenreuther, who is shown about with the truck. It his a V-8 engine, 2 and 4-speed, with hoist and end dump box. It has 8:25x20 tires and is in excellent condition. See Harold this week on this excellent truck. It is priced to stll THIS WE|K. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FQRO Fhon« 5 3504 MERCURY SALES & SERVICE AL.GQNA (Don't forget her Sunday/May 8) David John Norland, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Norand, Jr, was baptized Sunday, May 1 at St. Cecelia church. His naternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey are his godparents. A dinner was served at :he home of the Willeys follow- ng the christening. Carpi Mae Gerike, student of St. John's Lutheran Academy. Winfield, Kans., with several other members of the German classes, was a guest of the German language department of tht University of Kansas at Lawrence. At a one-day conference the German language department of the university gave several dramatic presentations together with other activities. Car ol Mae is the daughter of Pastoi and Mrs. G. J. C. Gerike. HU7ZELLS for all SPRINB SPORTS EQUIPMENT •miall flfN •Tmii t Trick Complete Spring plants and vegetable plants Cut Flowers Roses Snap Dragons Assorted Bouquet* • Pom Pom , Etc. Potted Plants Mums Hyd,ring«as Rose Bushes Plant Boxes ' \ i M ! \ BOTH ARTIFICIAL AND FRESH ARRANGEMENTS CORSAGES Orchids Roses a> Carnations FLOWERS BY WIRE- "Huenhold's Fine Flowers" Algona Greenhouses Visit Qyr Greenhouses Your Flower Phoflt 54*14

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