Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1971 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1971
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2 - Kotsuth County Advance Monday, March 8, 1971 Explosion At Irvington Ruins Oil Furnace IRVINGTON - A new gas furnace is being installed at the Ed Schmitt home following an explosion at 1 a.m. Feb. 28. The water heater located in the oil burning furnace blew up causing the complete distruction of the interior of the furnace and pouring smoke and soot throughout the house. The explosion is reported to have been caused by a build-up of lime which corroded the heater causing it to malfunction. The furnace had been converted to oil from one using coal and wood. A Nipko heater was installed inside the old furnace to furnish heat until the new furnace was ready for use. -o- Saturday evening, Feb. 27 sup- per guests at the Robert Smith home at Algona were the Don Diers, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Brandow and Todd. The Smiths were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Heinkel home, LuVerne, with the Floyd Fishers, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Sula Frantz and the Jack Guys, afternoon and evening visitors. The Smiths were visitors at the Floyd Fisher home, Fort Dodge, on March 1st and the following evening were visitors at the Bert Olsons. The Friendly Club met March third with Mrs. Tony Becker. Mrs. Lyle Steele was high at cards and Mrs. Robert Casey won 2nd. Mrs. Larry Gisch got the door prize. Mrs. Becker's daughter was a-guest. Raymond Metzen and Francis Metzen left March 4 for a few days visit with relatives in the Waukau, Wise. area. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton, Titonka were visitors Feb. 28 at the Dennis Olson home. Mrs. Blanche Lage former resident of this area and now living in Fort Dodge, visited recently at the home of her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Opsal, and other friends in Algona. Mary Anliker To Enter Mankato State Your next home may be the biggest investment you'll ever make. You'll want to protect that investment by making it as modern as tomorrow . and electric heat is the heat of the future. Here's why the switch is on to electric heat: c no soot, dust or odor. Walls, ceilings and furniture stay clean and new- looking. fn!h a r™ "T M af *,, That ' S a "' N ° fuel tM'tor- Nothing to bring in, nothing to throw out. No flame or pilot light. o just set a thermostat and enjoy the temperature you want. For comfort for convenience, for cleanliness put modern electric heat in your home! ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES MARY ELLEN ANLIKER Mankato State College announces that Mary Ellen Anliker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anliker, Whittemore, has been accepted for admission there. Miss Anliker is a graduate of Algona High School and had been attending Iowa Lakes Community College at Estherville. Wm. Manning, Ex-Loffs Creek Farmer, Dies •LONE 'ROCK - William Manning, 81, Montevideo,-Minn., died' Feb. 23. Funeral services for Mr. Manning were held March 1 at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Montevideo. Services were scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 27th but due to bad weather had to be rescheduled for Monday. The deceased is survived by his sister, Mrs. Ernest Luedtke, Lone Rock, and a brother, Albert of Clara City, Minn. The Manning brothers farmed GOOD/YCAR Priced low to move fast! 6.50 x 13 blackwall tubeless plus Fed Ex Tax 41 7K and old tire. ADD »3.50 FOR WHITEWALLS "Ali-WlATHERITTIRE • Clean sidtwall design, radial darts on shouldr-r • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction SWAYS T0 a CHARGE 3 ANY OF THESE SIZES ONE LOW PRICE 7.75x15 7.75x14 8.25x14 plus $2.» to $2.32 Fed. E>. Tax and old tire SLACKWAU ' TUBELESS ADD $3.00 FOR WHITEWALLS Starred Locations Do Not Honor Bank Credit Cards USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM: Because of an eipected heavy demand lor Goodyear tires we may run out of some.sizes during this offer but vTe " I be happy L ,i?I IT *,"? " re 8I the »"vertised price and issue y lu a ram check for future delivery of the merchandise ° NLY MAKER OF POLVGLAS- TIRES •HILTON'S* »> -3654 SINCLAIR saVKE *i e o,., i... in the Lotts Creek area before their retirement in 1962 when they moved to Montevideo. Albert Manning is now a resident at the Clara City Rest Home. Relatives and friends attending services from this area were Mrs. Ernest Luedtke, Alice Luedtke, Art Zumach and Mr and Mrs. Willie Kruse of Lone ' Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke and John of Fenton. Also in attendance were relatives from the Whittemore and Ft. Dodge areas. - o AT GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Lone Rock spent the weekend at the home of their daughter and family the Orville Dear- dorfs at Yale, on Saturday the Jensens accompanied the Dear- dorfs to Ames where they attended the graduation of the Jensen's two grandsons at the C. Y. Stevens Auditorium. David Deardorf received his B.S. in industrial management and also his commission as 2nd Lieut, in the R.O.T.C. Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen of Lone Rock, received his degree in agronomy. The graduates and their wives were hosts to a dinner following the graduation with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorf, Yale; Kathy Jensen, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen of Lone Rock as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, Lone Rock and Kathy Jensen, Des Moines, were weekend guests at the Rodney Jensen home, Ames and also attended the graduation on Saturday. - o - ARIZONA TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace of Lone Rock returned home Feb. 26 after their bus trip to Arizona city, Ariz. The two couples drove to Des Moines Feb. 20 where they boarded the bus for the tour. More people boarded at Council Bluffs. Two days were spent at Arizona City. Other stops were made at Colorado Springs and Gallup, N. Mex. Some places of interest seen were the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest. On Ash Wednesday a visit was made to an old Catholic mission church. On return to their homes at Lone Rock the vacationers ran into the Friday night stormy weather and after a hectic drive were fortunate to reach the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace. - o - FAMILY NIGHT Members of Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid held a family night Feb. 28 at the church parlors with husbands and children as guests. A 6:30 p.m. potluck supper was enjoyed followed with a variety of games for the children and the adults playing court whist. High prize was won by Tom Schuller and Kenneth Bollinger won low. Those serving on the kitchen committee were Mrs. Walter Otto, Mrs. Melvin Pompe, Mrs. Leonard Pompe and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn. Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mrs. Eugene Vaudt, Mrs. Louis Seege- barth and Mrs. Tom Schuller served as the entertainment committee. - o Thursday morning coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lone Rock, In honor of her birthday were Mrs. Joe Culbertson Jr., Swea City, Mrs. Bob Lynch and Mrs. Hansen, Fenton, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. Bob Marlow and Mrs. Vic Dreyer of Lone Rock. HOW? . . , READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU»LL KNOW! See the dryer in the roof of a bin at one of the following locations: • March 4, Thursday - Morris Skadburg farm in Goldfield. 5 miles north of Holmes on blacktop, 3 miles west on north side of the road. • March 5, Friday - Ernie Macha farm in Renwick. 4Va miles north, one west and '/2 south of Renwick. • March 9, Tuesday - Harley Brandt farm in Titonka. 1 '/a mile south, % east of Titonka. FREE COFFEE - DONUTS - DOOR PRIZES 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on all 3 days. Visit with users, factory representatives and Stockdale representatives. Stockdales of Iowa Falls 7 miles north, 3 miles west of Iowa Falls Ph. (515) 648-42 7 l (9A-10A) —' ' " • • v^^v^^v^^V^P^ k Don't spend the long, hot summer crowded together in one room. M. UU ,V,. o a.iciu, naiurai gas cooling system is economical too And it nas no moving parts to break down or wear out So don't o'ack im !Z T ly %* m ° Ve to ° ne room for the suf ™ CoSl ySSr enfire SSSESS^sS^%ff; Cool your whole house with gas. t&, SPECIAL PURCHASE OFFER! YOU WIU BE ELIGIBLE FOR A NEW GAS GRILL WHEN YOU PURCHASE A GAS CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER OFFER GOOD: MARCH 1 THRU APRIL 30. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ALGONA, IOWA DAY OR NITE - 295-2484 -_... \

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