Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 2
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Surprise party for birthday of Ottosen woman Oltesen. — Mrs. Mitia Wehr- sparm was. surprised by friends and relatives for her'birthday Monday. They brought cards, gifts and lunch. Present were the .Lso Toftebargs, Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, Mrs. Percy Wat- nem, Mrs. Anna Longseth, Mrs. • Chris Anderson, Mrs. Rena .Enockson, Margaret Holt, Mrs. H. D. Benson, Mrs. Ed Nesseii of West Bend, Mrs. Malvin Bratland, Albert Bratland, John Dale, Mrs. Arlis Kinseth and Mrs. Laura Halsrud, Bode; Mrs. Maurice Halsrud, Bradgate; Mrs. Richard Christiansen and Jana, and Mrs. Sherman Silbaugh and Zoe Ann, Humboldt. GRADERS HAVE PICNIC Thirty-six pupils in 7th and 8th grades at Ottosen had a fun day at Gotch park, Humboldt, Monday. Mrs. Arnold Bratland and Herbert Raney are teachers. Walter Bakken was bus driver. They spent the day playing games. At noon they had grilled hamburgers and hot dogs. FIRST GRADERS TRIP Miss Hanson's first graders had a trip to Ft, Dodge Friday. They visited the creamery whe- ; re they had an ice cream treat, the new fire station and the police station. They had a sack lunch at Oleson park. Ivan Dale was bus driver. Morgan Hagen was taken to Lutheran hospital, Tuesday, where he is a medical patient. Lutheran church women met Wednesday night with Mrs. Leo Tofteberg. Mrs. Allan Watnem -gave the lesson. Monday some of the women served a dinner for the pastoral meeting. June second the Rutland A.L.C.W. have invited the Ottosen group "to their meeting. A contribution was made to the Lutheran 'Orient Mission. Margaret Holt, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Antone Speich visited Mrs. H. J. Nielsen at Rolfe Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Donald Usher visited Mrs. Tom 1— ALG6NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAV 26, t96o Olson and Mrs. Ed Nessen at West Send Thursday. Visitors this Week at fed- ward fciMmel's wefe the 'Rich' arid KfauSes, LuVerne; Art Art* dersons, W>hittemofe; Arnold Zimmels, West Band; Louis J>a« cobsofis, Mike CoyleSj Mrs. Leo Toftebsrg, the Donald Ushers, Larry Telford, and the Raymond Wehrspanns. The Lagion Auxiliary met Monday with Mrs. Essie Cooper. The Hi D. Bensons were Sunday guests at Kenneth Kee's, Clarion. The Oscar Oppedahls and Ronald visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, at the Allan Nursing home at Ft. Dodge Sunday. The Oscar Williams were Sunday visitors at Hans Hanson's, Keister, Minn. The Ivan Evensons were Friday visitors at Oscar Ellingson's, Buffalo Center. The Sam Kropfs were Thursday visitors at Richard Kropfs, Ruthven. The Mike Frohlings were Sunday guests at Merlin Frohling's, Gilmore City. Sunday visitors at Lester Wehrspann's were the Arnold Brodales, Robert Blocks, H. D. Bensons and Arne Jottens. Caroline Banwart, Peoria, 111., and the Elmer Strahms, Sabetha, Kans., were Saturday visitors at James Ban wart's. The Raymond Kadings, Fenton, visited Mrs. Mina Wehr- spann Sunday. Mrs. Victor Banwart and Jayne accompanied Wayne Fehr, West Bend, and Kathy Koehl to Minnesota over the weekend where they visited the E. O. Koehls, Hancock. Julie and John Petersen.tw- ins of Arthur Petersen and the late Mrs. Petersen, were six years old Saturday. Their grandmother, Mrs. Helen Thaeker, had ten classmates at a birthday party in the afternoon. Sunday night the Neal Olsons and Rudy Olsons, Gilmore City, were visitors. The Ronald Jurgens, Burt, were Sunday guests at Allan Watnem's. The Donald Langes, Ayrshire, were Friday guests at Earl Long's. The Albert Bergums were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Martha Christianson and E'dna at Bode. Ray Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Car- foil Pfltfet, Mi*. Pearl Potter, and afternoon ^visitors" . were Mfs. Nell 'Potter-and Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Miner -Jbf Murtiboldt. DELEGATE At?CONVENTION Mrs. Wesley Bartlett is spending from Wednesday till Friday at Des Moines as delegate to the P.E.O. sisterhood convention. It is being held at the Port Des Moines hotel.\ BIRTHDAY CLUB, Mrs, pon Nelson i is entertaining her birthday cEub Thursday afternoon. The antiiversary of Mrs. Ray Potter will be observed, i 1964 FORD Galaxi. 500 4.dp6r, V-8 and Crviw-A-Matie, beige color with matching trim, low mileage, one-owner. 1964 MERCURY Montclair 4 Door Hardtop, power steering, automatic, radio, power seat. 1963 CHEVROLET 2-door, 6-cylinder. standard transmission, radio, spotless grey finish; excellent. 1963 FORD Gal.xi. 500 4 door, Cruise-A-Matic, radio, power steering, chestnut color. 1963 FORD 2 door Custom 8 Cyl., straight transmission. Beige color. 1963 MERCURY Monterey, breeieway, 4 door Sedan, automatic, radio, power brakes. 1963 DODGE 4 door, 6 cylinder, straight transmission, radio. 1962 FORD Ranch Waqon, 4 door, 6 cylinder, straight transmission. Beige color. 1962 MERCURY Meteor, V-8, Mercomatic, radio. Beige color. 1961 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, 6-passenger, V-8, Power Clide and Air Conditioning. Beige color. 1961 FORD 4 door Galaxie, Cruise-A-Matic, radio. Blue color. 1961 MERCURY Monterey 4 door, Mercomatic, power steering, radio. Solid white color. 1960 FORD 4 door Fairlane 500, overdrive, radio, power steering, V-8, 1960 OLDSMOBILE 88, automatic transmission, 4 door. 1960 FORD 4 door Ranch Wagon, V-8, straight transmission. Light green. 1959 FORD Galaxie, 4 door, automatic, V-8, radio. 1959 VOLVO Sports Car, 2 door, radio, 4 on the floor. Ex cellent condition. Solid black, Locally owned. 1957 CADILLAC 4-door Hardtop, full power with Air Conditioning, two-tone color, spotless inside and out. See this exceptionally clean Cadillac today. TRUCKS 1964 FORD Econoline V«n, Super Duty, side and rear doors, two tone red and white, non-slip rear axle, big "6" engine, heavy duty package, low mileage. 1962 FORD F-600, 4 speed, 2 speed, end dump box. 1961 CHEVROLET Greenbrier Station But, 3 Seats, Windows, Side and rear door. Excellent condition. Perfect for work or camping. 1955 FORD 3 4-ton Pickup, long box, 4-speed transmission, 6-cyljnder engine, heavy duty wheels and tires/ very clean. 1954 CHEVROLET % Ton Pickup, 4 speed, wide combination box. dwil wheels. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford I Mercury Salu I Strviet "Friendliness and Cpurtesy Always" State i Jontf Streets Algona Dianne Kuhlmann weds Dianne Kuhlmann, daughter of Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann and the late R..L. Kuhlmann, Algona was married May 7th to Albart L. Fish, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish, Corwith at the First Baptist Church, Pastor Mack E. Carlson officiating. Mrs. Ron Bitz was organist and Merrill Grisham was soloist. The bride was escorted by her brother, Robert Kuhlmann. Mrs. James Wildin was the bride's attendant. 'Matron of Honor was Mrs. Clinton Godden and Jan Estberg was bridesmaid. Groom's attendants were Ron Fish and Jack Niewald. Lisa Godden and Bryan Fish were flower girl and ring bearer. Candleh'ghters were Rowena and Gilbert Wildin. Clinton Godden and Darrell Fett were ushers. Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann had the guest book. A reception for 200 guests was held in the church basement with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson, Renwick as host and hostess. Waitresses were Mrs. Floyd Armstrong, Mrs. Alfred Fett, Dawn Wildin and • Vickie Ristau. Mrs. Ardyth Thomason and Mrs. Les Wildin cut and served the 1 cake. Mrs. Jane Grisham and Mrs. Wayne Byerly, Ames, served coffee. Mrs. Lewis. Wildin and Mrs. Dick Bachler, Minneapolis served punch, Mrs, Jack Niewald, Mrs. Bill Fett and Mrs. Dean Mittlieder had charge of gifts. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and Hamilton Business College, Mason City and is employed at the Iowa State Bank, Algona. The groom is a graduate of Corwith-Wesley schools and Gales Institute,"'Indianapolis, Ind., and is presently in the U.S. Navy. •-. .;,*»•, BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS The Rebekah birthday club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Lloyd Pool, former Algon- an, now living at Rerawick. BIRTHDAY CLUB Mr. Howard Platt witl be hostess Friday afternoon to the "Happy Birthday" club. ENTERTAINS CARD. CLUB Mrs. Elmer Phillips is entertaining her card club "Wednesday afternoon.. ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Ann Hanson is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. William C. Dau is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Irvington By Mae McLean ' SHOWER GIVEN Mary Ann Black, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. fcverett Black of Spencer, former Algerians, was given a miscellaneous shower Saturday at Spencer by friends. She will be married June 18 in ihe First Baptist church at Spencer, the ceremony to be performed by her father. The groom-elect is James Lau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lau of Sioux City. In attendance from here at the shower Saturday were the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. William Geering, . Mrs. Esther Barton, Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs. Karl Willason, Mrs, Robert Black, Mrs. Arthur Obrecht and Mrs. Don Sparks. Coming from Minneapolis, Minn, were Cheryl Jensen, Marie Wiggam who will serve as bridesmaid, and the groom-elect went on from Spencer to Sioux City to spend the weekend with his parents. Miss Black will be graduated June 5 from Bethel college and will teach in the fall. Mr. Lau has one more year at Bethel and is a mathematics and science major. ATTEND GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt are going to Des Moines June 6 to attend the graduation of their son George from Drake university. He has majored in business management and will go to Aurora, 111. for assignment to a position. The son John, a student at the university at Iowa City will join the family in Des Moines and come home for a ten day vacation after which he will return to Iowa City to attend summer school. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Janelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis celebrated her eighth birthday Saturday with a picnic at the Ambrose Call State park. Guests were Becky Thoreson, Joan and Jane Skogstrom, Susan Myers, Lori Gerdis, Kay Arend, Maureen Ruhnke, Deanna Eastman, Connie Utt, and Lisa Gedlenfeld. Diane Jorgenson was unable to be present. CONFIRMED Suzanne McGinnis was confirmed in the Methodist church Sunday morning and in her honor, and in honor of the birthday of her father Dick McGinnis, guests at dinner were Suzanne's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Dick's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Baas of WaUingford. 58TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gink's fifty-eighth wedding annjver sary, was observed at their ho? me and a family dinner was. gj-, ven May 25. In attendance wepe, Messrs, and Mesdames "Buf^'l Robinson, Julius Cink. A telephone call came from Mr. and Mrs. William Watts of Oxnard, Calif. ;« ATTEND BANQUET j Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Riedinger, Eric and Ronnie spent the w v eek- end at Maryville, Mo. with Mrs. Riedinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Strong. Mrs. Riedinger attended the alumni banquet at the Tarkio college from which she was graduated twenty-five years ago. DINNER GUESTS 'Mrs. Ethel Potter had as dinner guests Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Stevens, Qgden, called Sunday to notify the Gerald Colemans of the death of a friend, Mrs, Albert (Edna) Pauls, 65, at Boone County hospital Sunday afternoon. Death was the result of injuries sustained when the car, driven by Mr. Pauls went out of control at a bridge approximately six miles west of Boone, on old U.S. 30 and rolled into a creek. Mr. Pauls suffered mainly from, facial lacerations and another passenger Mrs. O. E. Christensen 71, sister of Mrs. Pauls, suffered a broken hip and facial lacerations. Another sister, Mrs. Beatrice Phipps^ was killed in an automobiK 5s aftcident in 1961 in the same area. Sgt. and Mrs. Don Froehlieh and children, Maria and Roger, arrived Monday, May 16 at the home of .Don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Froehlioh here on a thirty day leave. Don is in the Air Force and is stationed at Vkndenburg AFB in California. The family lives at Long Poke, Calif., not far from the base. Dinner guests at the Lawrence Millers Sunday in honor of the daughter Kathy's Confirmation was, the latter's grandmother, Mrs. Nell Potter, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Ames; the Darryl Swartz family, Evansdale; Mrs. Wayne Byerly and Judy, Watsrloo; Mr. and Mrs. Afffiour L.ehikee and Mrs. Margaret Kent fend family of AlgOn*jiMri;ahd Mrs. Ray Mi^ nef, Huliib&ldit. Aftef riotfii eal> lers included the Richard Nail family and the Albert Fish family, both of Corwith; Mrs. Jack Neivold, Fort Dodge; and Mrs. Harold Sabin and Peggy. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johti Jetiriings, Mrs. Margaret Kent and family and Clarence Canaday and family. Mrs. Lawrence Miller enter- tainedthe No. 1 June Circle of the Methodist church at her home last week Thursday evening. : The Verl Pattersons were in Renwick,last week Wednesday evening attending Commencement for Bob Huntley. Mr. and Mrs. Corliss Dudley, Lohrville, and the Glen Dudleys, Des Moines, were dinner guests Monday evening at the Clyde Dudleys. Mrs, Clyde Dudley spent Wednesday with the Chet Griffins, Humboldt, and in the evening she and Mr. Dudley attended the graduation exercises of the son, Barry Griffin, there, Suzanne Dudley, student at Westmar College, came home for the summer vacation Thursday. ' • •• ' '•'•'• Mrs. Wilbur Gregg, Elk River, Minn., plans to come to the Clyde Dudley home Saturday. She will accompany the Dudleys to Lake City, to spend the Memorial weekend with Mrs. Stella DeSart, mother of Mrs. Dudley and Mrs. Gregg. A son, Chad Allen, weighing in excess of 6 IDS., was born to the Jerry Quebe's, Iowa City, May 20. Mrs. Quebe is the former .Mary Lee Darby. , Mrs. Australia Grace, Des Moines, is recovering at Mercy hospital there from hernia surgery. Mrs. Grace is the former Albertha Boldridge, formerly of Irvington.- Her sister, Elnora Me Elroy of Chicago, plans to bs with her for a time after she returns home.from'the. hospital. Mary Boldridge, Minneapolis, plans .to spend the Memorial weekend with her parents, the Wm. Boldridges, Algona. A week ago Sunday the Larry St. Johns, Moorland, visited the Dick St. Johns. • Last Saturday the Dick St. Johns'visited them at Moorland, and also visited the Philip Minards, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Huntley, Renwick were Sunday visitors at the Verl Patterson, home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling were callers Monday at the ho me of Mrs. Skilling's sister. Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Colwell and family, £t.. Ssnedict, -Mr." and' Mf§; Dick FeMW aM'MflC Jos «,ffd frail, Ettimetsburg, Mf. and Mrs. George Wagner, Bode, and Mrs. B. 0. Davis, IfviAs.t&i. Weif6 callers SUHday, May 22 at the home of Mrs. Florence Cot Well and her brother Claude Fowler, Irvington. Steve, Kandy and Thersa, sons and daughter of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, were Sunday Visitors at the home of their grandparents, the Robert Skillings here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black and daughter Becky, left Tuesday, May 24 for Waukon, where they attended the commencement exercises of Mrs. Black's niece, Mary Lee Richardson, daughter of the Rey. and Mrs. Ray Richardson of Waukon. The Blacks plan to return home on Wednesday. The Robert Eischens were dinner guests at the home, of Robert's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eischen and family of WeMey, Thursday, May 10. Roh frSr^wiif a l£6Mtf lof Uidi Mfaf- oid Eischiferi's son, Michael,-Who was confirmed by Bishop Gret- teftiafi a.t'Si"J6M£h's .Catholic church, £t Wesby, in ceremonr ies at 10 a,m. Thursday morning. Other giiasts atending were Mrs. Al&x Eisohein, St. Benedict, Mr, aiid Mrs. Wm. HaUpt- ley, Wesley, parents of Mrs. Harold Eischen, Miss RomrOtia Mayer, Columbus, Ohio, daughter of the Wm. Mayers of this area underwent major surgery at the university hospital in Columbus on Thursday, May 19; Word has been received here-that she is recover- itig; satisfactorily. Miss Mayer is a sister of Mrs. Robert Eischen ;ahd Robert Mayer. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Judy Coieman visited at the Duane Neals, LuVerne, Sunday afternoon. Other guests were the Wm. GopdricheiS, Marion, and the Russell Christensens, Humboldt. 5 PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 4 SALE STARTS AT 7:30 PJI. I will sell mv entire herd of Donio« »nd 35 feedino oigs on my farm located one mile east of Estherville and IVa miles south, on 11 ARABIAN ft WELSH CROSS PONIES TEAM well matched chestnut mares. 6 and 8 years old, with oolfc at side. Well broke to ride and drive. SILVER DAPPLE MARE with colt at side, broke to ride, 5 vears old. TWO SORRELS (ARABIAN)'2 and 3 years old, broke to ride and drive. ' BAY coming vearling Arabian colt. SORREL coming yearling Arabian colt. BAY vearling Arabian mare. SPOTTED 4-YEAR-OLD pelding, well broke to ride and drive, TEAM HORSES sorrel and black, geldings, broke to ride and work, smooth mouth. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: Eight of the above are from Arnold Hockett's Arabian stallion; they are Arabian and Welsh cross. All are very gentle, The older ones are well broke to ride and drive. - 35 PMS 35 - 35 3-way cross feeder pigs/ vaccinated. Miscellaneous Items Driving buggy; pony harnesses and collars; antique upholstered sleiqh or cutter, six circular pony ride; 40-ft. grain elevator with hoist and speed jack; 1950 ForcJ car; several other miscellaneous items. Usual Auction Terms — Not Responsible For Accidents. No Property To Be Removed Until Settled For. ROY HOOD, owner Ben Burns A Clair Clark, Auctioneers Emmet County State Bank, Esth.rville, CUrk f Jr i Ready now! "The remarkable new AND ALL OTHER MODELS Sizzling sport version of the popular Honda 90. Top performance, i sleek new design, remarkably low price. See the Super 90 today at NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER HONDA DIVISION * ;- .310. E. ST ATE.. ALGON A.. PHQNE:. 295-3818 "TV ' '•• •'• * ,'••' .-'"fr'-i v t* 1 • • ^ \ • . * c ' i* * * t* i ' ' WINNERS ALL THE WAY! OUR TEAM... OUR PRODUCTS! We wish to extend our heartiest congratulations to the above ladies who represented our firm in the Wednesday Night Women's Bowling League . . . and walked off with the championship. Shown with their trophies are, back row, left to right, Shirley Briggs, Stella Preuschl, Jerry Briggs and Delores Reidel. Front row, left to right, Irma Dee Cook and Helen Kirkland, We think our products are winner*, tee. We manufacture OXYGEN, ACETYL- ENE and NITROGEN and feature LINCOLN iLE€TR!C WELDERS and VICTOR GAS WELDERS ... always first in our field! Cook's Welders Supply Inc 600 Diagonal Algona, l«wa. Phone 295-3464

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