Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
Page 10
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{!«*•) ADVANCt THURSDAY, JULY 7, a blown fuse protects... and warns you ! If a fuse blows or a circuit breaker trips it has performed its job .. ; ; it has protected your home! . •.'.'.. ;••>:••'• .:.•''• > •, How? When a wiring circuit'becomes overloaded, it heats up . . . ; and the heat blows the fuse (or.trips the circuit breaker) before the overloaded wire can endanger your ;home. ,\. •:'•; . . '' -- i; . ; - ^ ••• • If it happens often, it's time to check the wiring in your home •'.'.. for your protectionl Shower given at Ottosen for bride-to-be Fen/on n— Mrs. Kenneth Weaver, nee Ruth Usher, was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday ait the Lutheran church. The brid° a,nd her mother, Mrs. Donald Usher, were both given corsages. There were 75 registered. Mrs. Orlando Grefstad announced the program and r^nd <••""•'•• Vtf "' Ed Nessen sang and Mrs. Orville read st/v^rai ^o'j.iu. Helping with gifts were Mrs. Richard Krause, Julie Henrikson, Marilyn Olson and Debbie Olson. After th? bride's thank you, a lunch was served. Mrs. L/juis Henrikson, aunt of the bride, poured. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard HsllicKsott, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. DeVere Newton, Margartit Holt, Mrs. Edward- Zinnel, Mrs. Antone Speich, Mrs. Oscar Op- e<iahl. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, Mrs. Ray Frieden, Mrs. Jacob Ryg, Mrs. Loren Daniel, Mrs. Frad Kampen, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Earl Long, Mrs. Merle Holt of Humboldt, Mrs. Ed Nessen, West Bend, Mrs. Orlando Grtofstad, Bode, and Ruth Speich, Ames. temom IttMh In uw lona Municipal The Kenneth Struthers, Hudson, O., came Tuesday for a vacation with James and Naomie Struthers. Mrs. Irl Bell and Sheryl, Red Oak, stayed at Allan Watnem's Monday until Friday. Mrs. Wat- nem and the baby, James Mar shall came horn from ,the Em- mc'tsburg hospital Monday. Mrs. Bell is Mrs. Watnem's mother. Bruce Watnems, of Humboldt, and Percy Watnem went to Des Moines Thursday night to hear President Johnson's speech. w 1 fM : • • • • j • ONUf WnMOTNE JJEIEO/UDW SYSTEM tHil MIKES fflffi •»<•" , •'OfHt'-'a <VS'. , , -vV.*" ."«VW , •. ' ^i • • i ^ \ ,v > s-x. ^ «., , s %f |B u |qMiR any cir, old or nity with \to st«reo music system d«v«lp^>y , Lear Jet Corporation and »dvtrtistd by loading automobilt and r«cord companies. It's tho tear Jet Stereo 8, the tapt player that envelops you wKh truf\ (terepphortic sound from four Vepartte »pe«ker$. Plays the mu»!c you have chosen from the libraries of over 30 leading recording companies. Music Vt- corded on the continuous play LEAR-PAK* magnetic tapt cartridge, $tereo • is available with or without a radio, Stop In for a free demonstration. ,..and NOW a home unit at. .. 5 79 95 — ^IHR ^^P||^^ ^^W ^^K ^^^ ^^iJlap^ ^^^ff ^^^^ ^^j^^^^P ^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^PP^r r^? z»"*.**£i ?"*a^^ rf wwt^^i-^^fvj. Jrv- mmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmm Ame* — Robert A. Krause, son of the Robert KrauaeaV Fenton, gets some writing hints from instructor Bob Greenlee in a journalism laboratory at Ames. He is enrolled in the,fifth r annual community journalism short course to teach high school graduates basic skills in news writing, editing, advertising arid photograp'hy. Although no college credit is given for the couifSei • iit'.'quaUfies students for employment on Iowa weekly arid daily newspapers. 1 ! he coursei began June 8; arid will end July 15:;•'• -.' Kossulh girl is touring Europe Swea-Eagle — Carmen Larsen and two girls friends left Sunday evening from Chicago, to tour several European countries. They were to land in; London, and thence to Norway, Denmark, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. They will leave Paris Aug. 19 for home. The Harvey C. Larsens took Carmen to Cedar Rapids Saturday, then drove to Morrison, 111., to visit the Sid Troolins. attend the funeral of Mr. Arnold Danielsen and visit relatives in Iowa.- .;.•.:'•/. • • ''; : . • .."; ''.'.'• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen, Kayia, Scott, Richard and Tamara arrived Thursday 'night and spent the Fourth of July weekend in the parental A. L. Rasmussen home. ' ', The Martin Holcombs are spending two weeks with the P. A. .Holcombs and other relatives.. They live at Baltimore, '' .. ,. ., The Andrew Broneses and the Warren Broneses attended a family picnic at Stanley Rp^ man's, Forest City, June 26, Jay Brones returned with the Aii- : drew Broneses to visit -for a- time. V : - ..;!'; The Rev. Dean Olsons, Topeka. Kans., have been guests alt' Dettmer Thompson's while -'he has been preaching at the Baptist church. June 26 the Olsons had a picnic dinner with his mother, Mrs. Albert Olson, a brother, the Marvin Olsons, and the Johnnie .Bowman's, Forest City, Gene Thompsons; Selmer Uhrs and Lionel Thompson; Coffee guests at Gordon Garrison's June 25 to meet the newly married Mrs, Gordon Garrison Jr., were Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, Mrs. Cass Klocke, Mrs, Herman Gabel, Mrs. Joe Ciilbertson Jr., Mrs. Ed Frerichs, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Raymond Gardner and Mrs. Elmer Hanish. Mrs. George Koestler arid Vicki went to Deis Moines Friday afternoon where they met Vernal who tame for the '56 class reunion and spent the Fourth ttf July with his parents, Mr. : and Mrs. George Koestler of Burl Vernal is working with the. D.1- tronics System Co-op, in St. Louis, Mo. .' -•'• : '•'.;•';^. '. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mrs. Richard Grosser, West Bend, attended the funeral of Mr. Arnold Danielsen in the< Trinity Lutheran church of THIS SUMMER WITH AIR CONDITIONING Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs. George Koestler and Mrs. Albert Blake entertained the Friendly Birthday club Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Albert Blake. Eleven members were present: Ella Meyer, Bertha Willrett, Esther Miller, June Presthus, Ann Reimers, Dorothy Marlow, Elizabeth Radig, Edith Tieman and Viola Cunningham, Thecla Christensen and Luella Cherland were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen returned home Tuesday evening after spending four days in northern Minnesota visiting relatives and fishing. Harold came home with a 6 pound northern pike. They also went to a ball game, seeing the Twins play. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen took care of the chores while they were away. Mrs. Avery Fitch and daughter Linda and Mrs. Annabelle Fitch arrived Wednesday night from Lebanon, Mo. 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Savings range from 5{ to 20p! on a 3-minute call, depending on type of call, distance and time of day. The reductions result from discussions between the Iowa State Commerce Commission and the Company and reflect economies from increased use of new equipment and new techniques which are helping to lower the cost of handling intercity calls over longer distances. As part of this change, the present collect charge of 15f on some station-to-station collect calls within Iowa will be extended to all such collect calls. This charge reflects the added cost of handling this type of call. These new lower rates are part of a program expected to sawn Inwa telephone customers over $2,000,000 annually. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company We're stuffing pockets agair, with earnings from the Greatest thing growing Passbook-Handy Savings! -.« The dollars to be paid out on June 30th are proof that our savers possess the key to the gratification of any desire that money can buy. By opening your savings account here by July 11th, you can learn that there is no limit to what can be accomplished through saving. And you will enjoy the plus factor of being paid handsome earnings for your thrift, Whatever your goal, you can reach it sooner through saving here, You will widen your financial horizon with the great' est thing growing-passbook-handy savings, 4'/2 ilvin|« ANTICIPATED EARNING RATi EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 19M Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH Account! Fully Insured to * 10,000 Save From The }5th -. Earn From The 1st S!NCil?!7-Ai,e©f*A,!0WA insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, p. c.

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