Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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Two graduate on same day family split LuVerne — The Rev. Elmer Wehrspanns, pastor of Lutheran church, Aurelia, had graduation for their two children Rhoda and Mark Sunday at two locations. Rihoda, the daughter, graduated from a college in Winfield, Kans., in a course as a parish worker. She has accepted a call to the Grace Lutheran church, Waterloo. Attending her graduation was her mother Mrs. Elmer Wehrspann, Aurelia, her uncle, the Dr. Norman Hesses, Manchester. Mark, son of the Rev. Elmer Wehrspanns, received his B.A. degree from Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Attending were his father the Rev. Wehr- spann and grandmother, Mrs. Ida Wehrspann, Aurelia, brother Dan, grandmother Mrs. Lil- He O'Hesse, Eldon Ob^rhelmsn, LuVerne; the Phil Heftys, Humboldt; Virginia, Judy and Gail De Voll, Fort Dodge; Sam De Voll, Milford. A reception followed in the parsonage at Aure- lia. Mark has enlisted and goes to take basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mrs. Wehrspann, the former Carmen Hesse, is the daughter of Mrs. Lillie p'Hesse, LuVerne and the late Henry Hesse. Dr. Norman Hesse, Manchester, is a son and brother. ATTEND WEDDING Mary Daley, LuVerne, and Bonmie Raemaker, Eagle Grove, go to Iowa City June 10 for the wedding of Darlene Welter, daughter of the Frank -Welters, Hardy, and Jack Ekwall, Ottumwa. Bonnie will be maid of honor and Mary bridesmaid. Mrs. Alma Madden visited Monday and Tuesday in Ringsted with her sister, Mrs. Alta Madden at Fenton. The George Johnsons, Oxnard, Calif., have a 9 Ib. 8 oz. son born June 1. They have daughters Cheryl, 10, and Kathy 7. Mrs. Johnson, formerly Ruth Wegner, is the daughter of Richard Wegner, LuVerne. Mrs. Verne Daley and Linda went Friday to Des Moines and brought Mary, attending Drake, home for the summer. The Haroid Traugers took their son Daryl to Humboldt Sunday where he joined Tom Gosh- ner and Scott Cody to Boy's State, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, for the week sponsored by the Legion Posts. Cindy, daughter 6f George Schnetzer and the late Mrs. Schnetzer, had her 9th birthday with a party June 3 at the farm home. Hostesses were her sisters, Connie and Jane Schnetzer and Mrs. Charles Merkle. Guests were Pamela McClellan, Marcia Reding, Joni Wilhelm, Glendai Hefty, LuVerne. From Renwicfe were Julie Schneider, Darla. Rapp, Coleen Schnetzer, Janett Kraft, Randy and Barbara Merkle. Games were played, gifts opened and birthday refreshments served. Monday guests of Mrs. Marie Maass, Maebelle and Bob, were her nephew the Howard Asas, Columbia, Ky., and her brother the Frank Asas, Rutland. The Harold Nielsens Sr., their granddaughter Gretchen Zentner, attended the wedding of Michael Will, Corwith, and Barbara Ruprich, in the First English Lutheran church in Oshkosh, Wis. June 4. Mr. Will, son of the Fred Wills, Corwith, is a nephew of Mrs. Nielsen. The Harold Lichitys conclud ed their visit with his mother Mrs. Faye Lichty and returned Sunday to their home in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Patricia Pfeffer and her brother Steven, 3, Las Vegas, Nev., came Sunday for their summer with their grandparents the A. W. Dimlers. They were met BEAVER CREEK DISTILLERY, STOCK Being Bought, Sold and Quoted At Any Office of CONWAY BROTHERS, INC. DES MOINES, CEDAR RAPIDS, FORT DODGE SIOUX CITY, MOUNT PLEASANT, IOWA FALLS, ALGONA, DENISON AND MASON CITY. CALL FOR CURRENT QUOTATIONS Algona Office — 108 N. Moore ALGdNA (Iowa) ADVANCED THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 other places. "She will return' home Saturday. Mrs. Paul Gratidganett and son Hoger Henry were brought home Sunday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he was born May 31. He will be baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Sponsors will be the Henry Rayhouses Jr., Garner. The Grandganetts have two other children, Linda and Mark. The Bill Hrubes attended a birthday party for his father, Ed Hrubas, at the letter's home at Duncan Friday. Mrs. Frank Bleich had her DRY-O-MATION" Stormor Dry-0-Mation ends harvest slowdowns with capacity to match the fastest picker-sheller or combine. You get precise safe drying-plus efficient grain handling. When used as batch dryer a single 36-foot Dry-0-Mation Bin will handle up to 5,000 bushels per day. There's a size for every operation, combining highest quality STORMOR bins with perforated steel drying floors, powerful fans and automatically controlled heat units. STORMOR solves grain-handling problems, too, with a wide choice of labor-saving filling and unloading equipment. KYLE KEITH "REPRESENTING STOCKDALE'S OF IOWA FALLS" Phone 295-3801 Algona, Iowa • Dry-O-Matton • Bafch Oryeri • New Speed Tanks • Cribs • Oxygen-Free Storage • Bulk feed Bint in Perry Sunday morning by the Dimlers. ! Mrs. Allen Blake, -daughter Mrs. James Lenz and son Robert visited Sunday in Tama with Mrs. Blakes aunt and uncle, the Edgar Stottelmeyers. The Ernest Meyers went Sunday to Sanborn to their daughter Ellen, the Charles Brown's. Monday the Ernest Meyers and Charles Browns left for Lamar, Colo., to visit their daughter and sister, Barbara, the Jack Bakers. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Baas, 89, in the Lutheran church in Whittemore Wednesday. She was brought home that evening by her sister the Earl Steiers, and their mother, Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, Whittemore. The David Traugers, Ames, are .weekend guests of their parents, the Harold Traugers and the Carl Hanselmans. The Terry Bentleys, Dixon, 111., visited Thursday at Joseph Thorn's. Mrs. Bentley is a niece of Mrs. Thorn. Ted Mueller, son of the Rev. R. T. Muellers, is visiting his parents. He is a"business representative of Pepsi-Cola in New York. Mrs. Faye Lichty and her guests, her son the Harold Lioh- tys, Idaho Falls, Idaho, went to Mason City Friday to visit their son and brother the DeRay Lich- tys. TO WORK IN CHICAGO Linda Lickteig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lickteig, Algona, left by plane from Mason City June 6 for Chicago where she will be employed as a governess at Oak Brook, 111. She was employed there last summer. Linda will return in the fall to attend college. ntment DENNIS FUNNEMARK, son of the Howard Funnemarks, rural Wesley, 1966 graduate of the Corwith-Wesley high school, received Word last week he has been appointed to the air force academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. He received his appointment from Senator B. B. Hickenlooper. He is the first from Kossuth county to be named to the academy. He reports June 27 for seven weeks basic training, and classes will start in late August. Wesley public library given on cancer Wesley — The American Cancer Society (Iowa Division) presented the book "The Climate is Hope" to the Wesley public library at the board meeting Wednesday night at the home of the president, Opal Nygaard. Each of the five public libraries in the South Kossuth Chapter territory, including Algona, Lu Verne, Titonka, Whittemore and Wesley has; been presented this book by the Cancer Society. The book, written by Walter San ford Ross, tells the story of how 1,300,000 Americans, who once had cancer, are now curec of it, and includes stories as told by patients, including Af thu'r Godfrey, Anne Gibson-La'ri. pher, a French teacher, who overcame cancer that throttle* her voice; also surgeons, radio therapists and researchers. The book is readable and camr not help but give courage and is now available at the Wesley Library. The book should give renewed hope to those who have a fear of the disease and provide information on how the battle is being fought and won. contract bridge club Monday afternoon. The John Muehes and Urban Lickteigs went to Albert Lea, Minn., for the graduation of Cindy Fuller, from high school. They joined other relatives and friends at a picnic and reception at Leo Fuller's. The Bob Muehes, Denver, Colo., spent Thursday visiting the John Muehes and Urban Lickteigs. Vic Loabig was returned to the Britt hospital June 1 from the home of his daughter, the Kenneth Rasmussens, at Forest City, where he had been, for a short time. The Leonard Andorfers were Sunday guests at Elmer Daugh- ah's. Vicki leaves June 15 for Cedar Rapids where she will be counselor at the Good Health camp for 10 weeks. The Martin Hamiltons attend- d a Golden Sun feed meeting and banquet at Okoboji Saturday. Helen Lickteig, who had been employed three years at Iowa Electric Light and Power -o. at Britt, spent this week at .he parental Al Lickteig's. June 12 she will go to Sioux City whr ere she will do summer volunteer work. The John Lickteigs returned Saturday from Dubuque where they spent several days with their daughter, the Frank Han leys. Their granddaughter, Sis ter St. James, Dubuque, came to Wesley with them, and wen; on to Osage where she will teach catechism for several weeks. The twin daughters born to the tJfbaft Lickteig's May 29 we* re baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday evening by Father Phillips, his first twin baptismal. The John Lickteigs were sponsors for Jane Katihryn, and the Joe Kriep's for Jean Marie, Jody, 6, son of the W.ill Duf- fys, Algona, is spending this week at his grandparents, the Norbert Hiiberts. Guests at John Hildman's May 29 for the graduation of Francis from Garrigan and of the 8th grade graduation of Paul from St. Joseph's were Mrs. Laura Richter, Ed Otis, Carol and Tom, the Carl Suhrbiers, Fort Dodge, and Esther Hilbert, Algona. Myrtle Hilbert, Algona, accompanied the Hildmans to the graduation at Garrigan Sunday. Fenton Joan Bellinger »»»»»*»»»+»»»»»+»»»+»».»« Bode MrS. ; daughter were also gtteste, COLLEGE GRADUATE Jerome Zwiefel, son of the Raymond Zwiefels will be graduated from Mankato State June 10 with a bachelor of science degree. His major was in industrial arts and his minor in math. He has been doing his practice teaching in Bloorm'ngton, Minn. He will teach industrial ar.ts in the junior high and high school in West Bend, next school year. The Wilfred Stoebers and Marion Stuckis and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, attended graduation of Richard Stucki in to the Highway patrol at Camp Dodge and then spent the Me morial Day weekend with the Richard Thorntons, Des Moines Wayne Stoeber, Iowa City, and the Oliver Stobers, Marshalltown. Mrs. Ida Dreyer and the Dar rel Dreyers attended the gradu aition of Bob Kohlwes from the Belmond high school Wednes day. Bob is the son of the Ar ton Kohlweses, former area re sidents. By Mrs. Roland M. OliOfl •••••••••••+•••••••••*•« Larry Halsrufl, s"on of, the Csrlysle Halsruds, has been im vited to join Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education. He will be a senior at State Col* lege next fall, maiprihg in mathematics and will also 'coach football after an additional summer course. Membership is based on scholarship, character, educational achievement, ideals, attitudes and 'participation in extra-curricular activities. Psi Chapter was installed at State College in August, 1923, and bas initiated 1700 membars. Visitors over Memorial Day weekend at Felix Gullixo'n's Were Mrs. T. I. Quill and her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Clihe, Des Moines. Mrs. Quill is an aunt of Mrs. Gullixon. They a.l- o visited Mrs. Nora Quill and other Bode relatives. Mrs. Nora Quill returned home last weekend after a week at her daughter, the Rand Fish* ers, Red Oak, and attending the graduation of her pranddaugh- ,e>r, Cynthia Fisher. The Fishers •eturned to Bode, with' Mrs. Quill for two days. The Bob Torrances, Red Oak, visited over the weekend .with her father, the P. W! Quallys. The Art Hansons visited Sunday at Ray Issacson's, Rolfe. The Sam Thorslands were recent visitors with Mrs. Tonette Thorsland at Hope, N.D. Mrs. Bess Nelson, Marcus, accompanied them. Guests Memorial Day at Sam Thorsland's were Mrs. Ester Granseth and the Bryan Rehna, Des Moines. Thelma Thorsland, Ames, was also at the parental Thorsland home. She is a teacher at Colo, near Ames. The Gordon Johnsons, Ml. Vernon, visited this weekend al the parental Arnold Larson's. Mrs. Nancy McCprkle, Norman, Okla., visited several days last week with her grandpar enits, the Sam Thorslands. Jo* McCorkle, a father-in-law ot Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE by 'BO One of the troubles with having a steady job is that it makes it seem that ev-^ erybody else is on relief,) on strike, or working for* the government. ••' * While on a combination a business and pleasure trip'. my wife twisted her ankle. 1 I' rushed her to a, doctor. When we returned to the car someone had stolen our camera and my brief case.' Would a travel accident, plus baggage policy have" covered this loss? - • • * Yes — both tha stolen articles and medical costs' would have been covered:' ' ; '' • :*' Some wives do the most wonderful things with leftovers They throw them out. • " Experience is the best; thing to get second handed; Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa GRADUATE HONORED A graduation reception was held for Linda Lickteig, daughter of the Ed Lickteigs of near Burt. at the Legion hall in Burt on Sunday, May 29. She is a graduate chool. of Garrigan high TEACHERS TO LEAVE The three Sisters of St. Joseph's parochial school expect to leave June 11 for the summer. Sister Ralph will attend Cardinal Strilch college, Milwaukee, Wis., to work towards her Master's in art and reading. Sister Agatha will teach reading in the Boston Reading Clinic, Boston, Mass., and Sister Anthony Marie will attend the Milwaukee Reading Clinic. All expect to return in the fall. The Sisters entertained the four nuns of St. Benedict Memorial Day. INJURED IN CRASH The Dean Rickes have made daily trips to the Britt hospital to see her mother, Mrs. Tony Trca, who had a broken nose and face lacerations in a car accident Tuesday, May 31. She has been blind for about 29 years. Don't feel guilty when you drive Down the street in a NEW CAR... Especially when it's a CHEVROLET! HAS HEART ATTACK Clare Wingert suffered a heart attack at his home Friday night and was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. He is employed at Universal, Algona. Buy at home., support the town in which you live... it also GREAT BUYS ON IMPAIRS I She's your girl Friday,,. •.,', and Saturday and Sunday and every other day! Seven days a week, 24 'tiours a day, the "Voice with a Smile" is ready to give you personal assis* fance wi;th person-to-person calls, directory informatipn, collect and credit i<ard cajls, etc. No matter hovy far we progress in bringing you the faster, (easier telephoning that n,ew Qpjnnnunicatipns techniques make possible,. is % personal service to you. The Joe Goetzes, Leo Goetzes and Mrs. Helen Johnson attended visitation hours at the funeral parlor in Elma Thursday afternoon, for Frank Goetz, 81, who died at a hospital there. He was a son of the late Anton Goetzes, and the family had lived on the farm where the Bernard Kunkels now live, moving to Elma in 1920. His wife died last November. The funeral was held Saturday morning, because of the wedding of the Joe Goetz daughter Norma Saturday morning, the Wesleyans were unable to attend. The Alf Hildmans, Des Moines, were guests of the Rudy Hildmans over the Memorial Day weekend. They called at John Hildman's Monday. Oliya Matheis, El Cajon, California, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Clara Erdman, and visited other relatives here, her sister Alma Pearson and others in Algona, Bancroft, and sevea^al supports you! When you buy in Algona, you support your own community and make Algona a proud place to live. You'll find you can get the best deals in Algona, whether it's in the Chevrolet line or any other you might select. Right now, Kossuth Motors has a wonderful group of 1966 NEW CARS IN STOCK . . . awaiting your selection. A wide range of colors, models and equipment choices. But don't take our word for it — see for yourself this week. Many, many new Caprices, Chevelles, Monzas and Chevrolets in stock! America'$ No. 1 Car GREAT BUYS ON CORVAIRS Recognized by Car & Driver Magazine as, "Boat Compact Sedan for 1966" . GREAT BUYS ON CHEVY II'S Rugged Dependability— • Real Economy with Fresh New Flair QREAT BUYS ON CHEVEUiS YOUR DOLLAR SPENT IN ALGONA-STAYS IN ALGONA KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 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