Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 23
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
Page 23
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»»»»*»»»»+»+»»»»»+»»»»+« Seneca Mfi, Henry Leaf* Mrs, Blanche Hansen, Santa Anna, Calif., is.visiting the Cecil Baldwins. Mrs. Hansen came last Monday with Mrs, A, N. bes Moines, who spent a few, days at the Baldwin, home before returning to Des Moines. The Alfred Richardsons, El- niore, were Sunday guests at fcverett Witham's. The Robert Thiels, Sioux Falls, S.D., spent Mother's Day weekend with Mrs. Thiel's parents, the Everett Withams. The. Seneca Saddle Club will Ninth Annual quarter- horse :show Sunday at the Saddle dub Grounds two miles west of Algona on highway 18. The Halter Class show will be-1 gin at 9 a.m. and the quarter horse will start at 1 o'clock. There will be a lunch wagon on the grounds. The Paul Hassels had guests for their son, Leonard's confirmation Sunday at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Guests';, included the god parents, the Leonard Duers, Carl Marie Jtacobsen, Os*' oaf ggiffeftdjl, Ringsted; Arnold $wei Cityi Reiieei Haft> JPettto,n; thfi Joe ttos- sels, Mafy and Joan Mammenj Helen Strttel, Sue Resseir. 6tta> war HI.* and the Paul Hassels, Callers included Pastor Harold Andersen and the Harlah ' Pe- tersens, Ringsted; Beverly lloe- hi; /Armstrong;'.and* the John StreUckers, and Tom artd Herbert Kfause, Seneca. The'ftick LooftSi Jeffrey and Jimmy, Minneapolis, were week end visitors at the parental Heftry Looft's. Sunday they were joined by Mrs. Bertha Pom- riier, Algona, and all were guests of the David Loofts. Weekend visitors at the Paul Hazel's were the Joe Hassels, Joan and Mary Mammen, Sue get to f HuRsBAY, MY W, Resser and Helen Struel, Ottawa, 111. They came for the con-- firmation of Leonard Basse! and also were guests at the wedding of Gary Hassel and Karen Steveson at Estherville Sunday. They returned to Ottawa Monday. Mrs. Calvin VaUdt and Mrs. Ted Jensen spent Monday and Friday at Algona on a jury panel. Mrs. Vaudt was selected and had to report for jury duty Monday. REALTOR WEEK May 22-28 Moving up? Settling town? SEE A REALTOR! REALTOR: A professional in real estate who subscribes to a strict Code of Ethics as a member of the local board and of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. Corn Land Board of Realtors their daughter Patricia who Will have a month's vacation fr&tt nurses training at Methodist hospital. She will then go to In- dependence for . tht&s. itteiKi fof if *y*hi«ifie >|i«rfy* A were nunMj #« ^"4 .p '$-< r-tf '/ • 5*$ i "MS ' RICARDO "RICK" COtRALES, Costa Rican foreign exchange studentwho has been attending school at Swea City the past year, was: a guest of Sally Bay in Algona last Thursday. "Rick" points out his home on,a globe while Miss Bay is indicating the country of, Spain where she went to school last summer while. Sana Svedman, foreign exchange student living with the. Mitch Taylors here, is indicating her home country of Sweden. Miss Bay picked up Corrales at Swea City Thursday morning and he spoke to the Algona Kiwanis club at noon that day. He also spoke at several Spanish classes in the high school during the afternoon and to the Youth Group of the First Lutheran church. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Burl church group officers are Burt — Officers of the W.S. C,S. of Burt Methodist church were installed May 15 by Rev. M. C. Davies: Pres., Frances Sarchet; Hon. Vice, Karen Davies; vice, Beulah Davis; rec. sec., Florence Spear; treas., iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiinniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii l^!l^^llA,p^L|M IBflH-i'v^^l^^r IflLll d rr'f vft ALL FROM REGULAR STOCK! ALL SHARPLY REDUCED! BE EARLY FOR BEST CHOICE1 $33 FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN! Really exceptional savings on fine quality wool sharkskins, all wool worsteds, Orion and wool twists. Weights to wear now and all year. New styles, colors. Short, regular, long. ARRANGE CONVENIENT PAYMINT5 OR OR LAY-AWAY zel Teeter; sec. misc. educ., Ka? ren Da vies; sec. Christian .Social Relations, .Lorraine Campney; sec. local church act., Phyllis Viener; sec. campus ministry, Vera Schwietert; sec. lit.' and publications, Mary Sarchet; sec. supplies, Beth Miller; sec. sp. life, Marie Parsons; sec. membership, Blanche Long; publicity, Ruby Hinckley; nominating, Benita Mitchell, Mildred Larson, Hazel Larson. Circle chairmen, are Shirley Lovstad, Janice Schaeller and Gladys Hawcott. Special W.S.C.S. life membership pins and certificates were presented to Hazel Teeter, Rowena Ryerson, Frances Sarcheil who were present and also to Elsie Winter who was absent. TO COUNTY OFFICE Officers installed at the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary meeting at Lakota last week were Mrs Eugene Harson, Lone Rock Presi; Mrs. Dwight Garrett, tonka, vice; Mrs. Harold Holm gren, Lone Rock, sec.; Mrs. F* |J& Mueller Jr., Algona, .treas Mrs. John Waite, 'Fenton, chap lain; Mrs. Dan McGee, Bar croft, Sgt; Mrs. Irene Strand, Cylinder, color bearer. Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier, Ledyard, district vice president, was installing officer. TAKE FIELD TRIP May 13 the 5th grade took a field trip to Spirit Lake and Arnolds Park. Several parents Were chaperones. They visited the state fish hatchery, pop bottling works, Burio Kastle Museum, and ate sack lunches at Pikes Point, Okoboji. They left at 9 a.m. and returned at 3 p.m. Sharon Patterson had a slumber party Friday night for her llth birthday. Guests were Susan Becker, Terry Tjaden, Barbara Batt, Susan Angus and Marj Devine. The Raymond Lovstads atr tepded the wedding of Deloris Krebsbach, Ledyard, and Rich ard Kahler, Bancroft, May 14 at Sacred Heart church in Led yard. The Arie Dittmers and Mrs Ed Larson went to Pella Friday for the Tulip Festival. There were 1300 there Friday. Frida> evening they went to Fairfielc to visit their brother, the Nor val Mitchells. Saturday the Dit1 mers, Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Mit chell visited in Burlington at Jon Peterson's. Mrs. Peterson is the daughter, Janet, of the Quentin Bjustroms. They also visited a cousin, the Galen Bain- ters, Macomb, 101., and returned to Fairfied Saturday evening. The Dittmers and Mrs. Larson stopped in Ames to see Mr. Dittmer's uncle, C. J. Morgan, who had had surgery at Rochester several weeks ago. They returned Sunday. A birthday dinner for Lydia Manus and Anna Meyer was held May 14 at Velma Gilles- ae's, Algona. Others present were Mrs. Etta Holdren, Mrs. Phil Puffer and Mrs. Verle Elmore. Lurena Roark and Jessie iash met Monday with Lulu Jawcott to plan the program for delis for next year. The J. L, Millers spent Friday and Saturday in Peila at the Tulip Festival. ests at J. k Miller's Sun- were ttie p. C. Millers, Laurens, and tlie Clarke MiUers, Ti- tonki. Mrs. Nell Opheim, Sexton, Saturday to get Mrs. Bur- Wells, Minn., Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Saucke, and Donald; and the W. F. Brandts, ifrs. Hinckley attended a show- r for her niece, Karen Krohnberg, at the home of Mrs. Heny Prange Sunday. She will marry Vernell Kaptzring June 4. Both live in Owatonna, Minn. Kent Ryerson, Des Moines, «ras an overnight guest of his >arents, the F. L. Ryersons on lis way home from a business trip to Minneapolis. Arthur Issacson, Stratford, spent the weekend at Raymond Westling's. Three couples from Burt at<tended the Mariners Get Together at Algona May 15 and heard two speakers, Rev. Gene Stratmeyer of Holland, and Rev. Gasser, Armstrong, talk on the new confession of 1967. !The Merle Schwieterts went to Des Moines Saturday to get IT'S A FAMILY AFFAIR Dependability? You bet! Dad goes for it. Safe? Check! Mom really likes to drive an Ariens Riding Mower (all Ariens mowers meet American Standards Association safety standards). Four- speed shift and power reverse? Right! There's something for .everyone in the family with an Ariens. Heavy-duty construction and rear-mounted Ezee Start engine makes mowing a pleasure. Look over these Ariens Riding Mowers. And remember, it's a family affair. > f vi GARD-ftYARD* POWER EQUIPMENT ALGONA — Algona Floor A Foed SWEA CITY — Charlson Hardwire FENTON — Welsbrod Implement WESLEY — Wesley Auto Co. LUVERNE — Tom Carroll Garage SEXTON -n Kinchbaum Garage BURT — Burt Co-op. Co. HERE'S SOMETHING ... ... WORTH LOOKING INTO! A SIMPLIFIED SERVICE, OFFERED FREE, TO GIVE YOU A HAND WITH YOUR MONTHLY GAS BILLS — A GAS BUDGET PLAN WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED! Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun ! $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $ 5 $ 0 HERE IS HOW IT WORKS: Amounts at left are dollars, and the months are shown across the top. The solid line portrays a month-by-month look at a John Doe gas bill. Total for the entire 12 months is ONLY $192 for heating, cooking, water heating and incinerating in this UlUllllllIlIllllJ John, for ttve hora«, Tfcey A. THE DASH LINE ACROSS THE GRAPH indicates what this satisfied GAS customer would pay each month, IF on the BUDGET PLAN. Instead of paying bills ranging from $28 in February to $3 in June, July and August, the customer pays $16 each month, year around, with no peak highs and lows! THIS GAS BUDGET PLAN CAN HELP YOU, JUST AS IT HAS MANY OF OUR CUSTOMERS IN RECENT YEARS! AND HERE'S HOW: It's convenient — you pay the same amount each month with an easy-to-remember payment schedule. It levels the larger winter bills and very small spring, summer and fall bills — with the average for all 12 month* your monthly payment. Your statement each month shows your exact balance — and the account is balanced one* each year, on your May billing, with the first budget payment each year on the June billing, Helps budget your money the year around and softens your winter load of bills which a I way I seem to add up due to necessary other winter needs for your family. You always take advantage of the monthly discount — paying the net and NOT the gross bill if paid by the 20th, THIS BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN IS NOW AVAILABLE TO ALL OF OUR CUSTOMERS! ANYONE WISHING TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT SHOULD CONTACT OUR OFFICE BEFORE MAY 30 — AS YOU CAN ENROLL ONLY AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE AWVV^

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