Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1971 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 5, 1971
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Install New TOPS TFTONKA - The Titonka Tops met at the United Methodist Fellowship Hall, March 29 with 18 members weighing in. After the business meeting a program consisting of several articles and poems read by Mabel Dunmire, the officers for the coming year were installed. Virginia Orthel officiated at the installation in an impressive setting of a beautifully decorated table. The floral centerpiece was later divided and presented to the officers. The following were installed: Leader, Mabel Dunmire, Co-leader Esther Christensen, Secretary: Louise Stockwell, Treasurer: Judy VanHove, Weight-recorder- Vivian Dietrick. Virginia Orthel is the program director and has a number of fine programs plan- Officers At Titonka MAN TO CALL FOR THE BEST BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE ALFRED "BUCK" BUCKNER 295-5556 FARM Insurance Companies """""" I Home Offices; Bloomlnfton, Illinois ned for future meetings. June Attig was Queen for February and Hannahbelle Carlson was Queen for March. Top congratulates these good losers. - o GIVES THANKS Mrs. William Smidt wishes to thank everyone who contributed and cooperated with the recent Heart Fund Drive in Buffalo Township. The total amount collected was $104.00. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hamilton at Garner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Honken, Jeffrey and Dustin, Hutchins. All helped Tim Hamilton celebrate his 18th birthday and Dustin Honken celebrate his 3rd birthday. - o - 13TH BIRTHDAY Duane Stecker celebrated his 13th birthday Saturday and had as a guest Dennis Countryman. Sunday visitors in the Martin Stecker home to help Duane celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Harms and jere, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Gray and family. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade. - o Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bentley, Plainview, Minn., were Saturday overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Isebrand. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bentley attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreason at Burt Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Andreason and Lloyd are brother and sister. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gerdis, Mrs. Fannie Schaumberg, Walter Boeckholt went to Winnebago, Minn., to visit Mrs. Bernard Karels, whose husband HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS- INSTALLATIONS ,,..Hrom minor repairs to major alterations .and installations, our, .service iV fast, reliable. Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHLER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S& A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing & Heating) 119 S. Dodge - Algona, Iowa - Phone 295-3234 passed away on the previous Friday. Funeral services were held Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Redenius had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harms and family, Burt; Mrs. Julia Stecker, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Redenius, Fort Dodge; Arlys Redenius, Fort Dodge. All helped Alvina and Arlene Redenius celebrate their birthdays. Mrs. Douglas Mechler went to Waterloo Wednesday and attended funeral services of her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Gerdis, Laurie and Jim, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerdes and Julie, Woden, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gerdis. Mr. and Mrs. Layton Nonnweiler, Mrs. Viola Spear, Gary and Diane were Thursday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Isebrand. Rose Stecker, Minneapolis was a Monday through Thursday visitor in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stecker. Joleen Sleper returned to Mankato Monday following a week's visit in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sleper during the spring break at Mankato State. Sunday dinner guests in the Melvin Ricklefs home following Larry's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller, Fenton. Afternoon lunch guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ricklefs. Guests for Sunday dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sleper following John's confirmation were Mrs. Henry Schmidt and Marie, Mason City, Mr.andMrs. John E. Sleper and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Meint Huesman entertained at Sunday dinner following Bonnie's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and Garwin, Mrs. Sadie Gray/An afternoon guest also was Carol Christensen. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beenken in honor of Lee's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meinders and family, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baade and boys, Cindy Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade and girls and Bonna Tapper. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ricklefs entertained at Sunday dinner following their daughter Donna's confirmation Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, Britt, Mr.andMrs. Harry Ricklefs. Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Minnie Larsen were, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Lau, Barbara and Debra, Klemme; Janice Larsen and Arlene Oster, Hurley, S.D.; Paul Larsen, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen, Patricia and Virginia Moore. Mr. and Mrs. John Isebrand entertained supper guests Saturday in their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bentley, Plainview, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Layton Nonnweiler. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isebrands. vick, JoLynn Harms, Bb CLARINETS; Sharon spear, ALTO CLARINET; Jean Mayland, BASS CLARINET; Kevin Ricks, Sherri VanWeelden, Kent Rode, Jim Alexander, SAXAPHONES. 225 Honor Tifonka Pair On "th 1 Monday, April 5, 1971 Kossuth County Advance - 9 Connie Price, Lakota 5 Weds John Pedersen Of Ledyard Connie Sue Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Price, Lakota, became the bride of John Pedersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. soren Pedersen, Ledyard, Friday, March 26, in the Bethany E & R Church at Ledyard, at 8 p.m. Rev. Victor Vriesen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Diane Miller, Cedar Rapids, was the matron of honor and Jan Hodges, Elmore, Minn., and Mrs. Henry Pedersen* sister- in-law of the groom, Ledyard, were bridesmaids. Mark McCoy, Ledyard, served as best man, and groomsmen were John Helland, Huntley, Minn., and Henry Pedersen, Ledyard, brother of the groom. The reception was held in the church basement with 250 guests attending. The couple will live on a farm near Ledyard. 18 Titonkans Attend State Music Contest TITONKA- - Last Saturday,;March 27, eighteen members ofida the High School Band attended it State Solo and Small Groups Com- te. petition at Sentral High School at' Fenton. Gail Hanson, flute solo- • 1st, received a I rating; Rhonda Budlong, Flute soloist, received a II rating; Bonnie Gieksing and '; Debbie Budlong, woodwind duet, received a II rating; Trudy Haines and Doris Smidt, woodwind duet, received a III rating; and the woodwind choir received am rating. The woodwind choir members are as follows: Debbie Bud- long, Doris Smidt, LaDonna Joos, FLUTES: Brenda Heyer, Debbie Nelson, OBOES; Trudy Haines, Eb CLARINET; Bonnie Gieksing, Barbara Boekelman, Debbie Mo- rr TITONKA - 225 relatives and friends called at the Immanuel Lutheran church fellowship hall on Sunday afternoon to congratulate and extend their best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Ullman on their 40th wedding anniversary. An open house hosted by the couples children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Willis (Phyllis) Janes and family, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Frank ullman and family, Buffalo Center; Mr.andMrs. Garry (Thelma) Zwiefel and family, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Howard (Geraldine) Bosma and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Mildred) Gray, of Minneapolis; Floyd and Henry Ullmann of Titonka, was held. The guests were registered by Arlys Janes. A program was presented with Floyd Ullmann as master of ceremonies. Rev. Roger Hanson opened the program with Scripture and Prayer. An introduction was made of the children and their families. The guests all joined in singing (< Jesus Still Lead On". The grandchildren sang "What A Friend We Have In Jesus" and "Come Into My Heart" accompanied by Mildred Gray. Kevin Ullman and Michelle Zwiefel sang the chorus frdm Hee Haw T-V show. Geraldine Bosma gave a reading "How to Make a Successful Marriage". Judy Junkermeier sang a solo "Bless This House" accompanied by JeanEngelbarts. Verdelle and Marlene Janes sang a duet "0 Day of Rest and Gladness" accompanied by Mildred Gray. The program closed with the entire group singing "How Great Thou Art" and Rev. Hanson gave the closing prayer. Refreshments were served before a tea table decorated with a centerpiece of red roses and candles. Mrs. Art post and Mrs. Elmer Boyken, poured coffee. Punch was dipped by Verdelle and Marlene Janes. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isebrand. Flora Franzen of Titonka and Meindert Ullmann who came to America in 1923 from his home in Emden, Germany were united in marriage at the Immanuel Lutheran church on March 4, 1931. Their attendants were Mrs. Walter Haack, Titonka, who was present for the occasion and Meindert pannkuk of Shannon, 111. who was unable to attend. DIAMOND'S For Western Boots By Justin, T«x«n, Wrangler. \ ROBO CAR WASH A ROBO Washed And Waxed Auto I* More Corrosion Resistant. Two Minutes Is All It Takes. ROBO Wash S. Phillips St., Algona GOODYEAR %OFFS You Save '7.39 to 11.96 on Each Power Cushion" Tire Blackwall 4-Ply Polyester Cord • Smooth no flat-spot ride • 'Tough Tufsyn rubber • Low profile contour shoulder for good steering control • Triple-tempered 4-ply polyester cord body for durability Hurry-Sale ends Saturday Night Blackwall ' -Tubeless Size 6.50 x 13 7.00 x 13 7.35 x 14 7.75 x 14 8.25 x 14 8.55 x 14 8.85 x 14 • 7.35x15 7.75x15 8.25 x 15 8.55 x 15 8.85 x 15 9.00 x 15 Fits B-78-13 , C-78-13 E-78-14 F-78-14 G-78-14 H-78-14 J-78-14 E-78-15 F-78-15 G-78-15 H-78-15 J-78-15 - Regular Price $29.55 $31.35 $32.70 $34.60 $37.85 $41.55 $47.05 $32.70 $34.60 $37.85 $41.55 $47.05 $47.85 Sale Price $22.16 $23.51 $24.52 $25.95 $28.39 $31.16 $35.29 $24.52 $25.95 $28.39 $31.16 $35.29 $35.89 Plus Fed. Ex. Tax No Trade Needed | $1.76 $L95 $2.01 $2.14 $2.32 $2.50 1 $2.84 1 $2.05 1 $2.16 I $2.37 • • $2.54 I $2.75 • $2.89 • | FREE MOUNTING ON ALL TIRES | 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 9^ ••Q^^T^^^^^^^^^H * Starred Locations Do Not Honor Bank Credit Cards. USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM Because of an expected heavy demand lor Good'vear tires vve may run out of some sizes during t°Us oHer but we will be happy to order your size tire at the advertised " e a r n c'Se y ° U * ' ain ^ " r (utwre del ve ° GOODYEAR—THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGLAS® TIRES Convention & Civic Center Cltqr Lake, la. P.O. Bex 126 Phon* 515-357-2419 ORLAND STEIL - Couples Dance Club - FREE — join before April 10 and receive 1000 free S&H Green Stamps! * * * COUPLE CLUB'S DANCES * Saturday, April 10 - Sammy Jensen the Tiny Little Band * * * * Wednesday, May 19 - Jules Herman Orchestra * * * * Wednesday, June 10 - Dick Jergens COUPLES DANCE CLUB MEMBERS ARE ALLOWED TO BRING COUPLES AS GUESTS AT REGULAR ADMISSION. CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS 515-357.2419. (13A & 14A) ORLAND STEIL SALE At the farm located from junctions 169-18, Algona, three miles north on U.S. 169, across from Smith Lake Recreation area on Thur.,Apr.8-9a.m. - TRACTORS - 1967 OLIVER 1650 TRACTOR ... 1500 hours, wide front end, fluid in tires, 3 point and enclosed cab 1963 OLIVER 1600, narrow front, 3 point, fluid tires, completely overhauled less than 50 hours ago 1 Pair 15.5 38 Duals and 2 Sets Hubs 1 - IH "M" TRACTOR, narrow front, oversize pistons, 2 way hydraulic, fluid in tires - OTHER MACHINERY - 1 •HILTON'S- Phone 295-3654 SINCLAIR SERVICE Algona, Iowa .--*•*«••»•« - 1969 307 Super NEW IDEA Mounted Picker with 12 row husking bed, picked less than 400 acres, Oliver mountings 2 - 1969 STANHOIST Running Gears, No. 280 with flotation tires, 7x12 boxes with hoist underneath 1 - 1967 OLIVER 565, 4-16 Semi Mount 1 - 1969 52' STANHOIST PTO Elevator, PTO raise and double jack shaft 1 — Heat Houser for 1600 or 1650 1 - J.D. 495 A Planter, dry fertilizer, herbicide and insecticide 1 - 4 Bottom Stalk Rake 1 — 440 Oliver Cultivator 1 Set of 4 Noble Rolling Cultivator Shields 1 - 1968 M.M. KAC Tandem Disk 15 ft. Wheel 1 - 1967 CASE 4 row, 3 point Rotary Hoe 1 - NOBLE 5 section Spike Lever Flexible Harrow with cart 2 — Hydraulic, 2 way cylinders complete with hoses 1 — 150 gal. Gas Barrel and Stand with hand pump. Fits pickup box Auctioneer's Note - This is as near-new machinery as can be found — Usual Auction Terms. Very few small items so plan to be here oh time. ORLAND STEIL Owner AUCTIONEERS - Ronald Peck, Algona Lyle Bensen, Ringsted CLERK - Farmers State Bank Whittemore, Iowa

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