Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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Sacred Heart Catholic ehufdt At Wodefluof Betty ftUdisitl« daughter of Mr, and Mr*, John ttud> siltfrf Woden to WilMim lirU> f.e f*«l:4>uM«iii! * T • I T^e'^ghtieth Wrthdsy o^ Ted Wisher »'tfie ; fift^fouVthVe*l- fding of him and his wife were t observed Sunday. In attendance Iweffc Willie and Conrad Fisher ft attd 'Eva "Jorgen, 1 of 'Sioux Ctty, ^Messrs, and Mesdames Ray Fish* 'ef/bf IGerner, Elmer Lauman of £LfcUrens>Ted Fisher Jr. Of,Ore- l&MJS.iik?' VulftJtft' i ftA*ltl£. jfcTit^itfU*. JjJ rnrnttL "mitiTLi JaCK\ riSIMar/ Or fctiBtfyvtife? Victor Fisher ! of ,Cor- Jwith, C^oirgfe Fisher of, White* Shill, Mifth, Paul Fisher Of HaV- fthorne, Calif., Larry Lauman of 'Laurens and Don Fisher. ',* A family reunion was held A Sunday 'at Mrs.- Milton Dahl's Sand irt attendance were Mr, ahd feMrs. Merle 'Pratt, 0a f vitt-arid > Debbie, of Pella, Mr. and Mrs |Craig K Vinson t and^ family 'of ; Rock Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Tom J Vinsdn arid family "of Spehcer tand Mr. and Mrs. James Chris- :Hcnsen, of Sioux Falls, S D. Tom BVinsbn will teach in the Spencer ^school system 'this year.. Mrs fDahl is moving "August'1 to the IddWn- Stairs apartmeht ( at th< <$>-- — - -- — • •- ' TAYLORS HAVtOUfJTS Mfttfhd Mrs. W. C, faylof eft* taineoTrthe Robert Irons, Mat* toon.'llL.IUheir trailer on Bast OkobojL tfuep^aVthe, W. C. Taylor home lii Algona were tHe Joe Buschers and the Ralph Morgans. Henry Zeimet, 71, of Bancroft, dies I Engaged 'A'r^D 'M*R'S. 'Frank Saiter, Algeria. ^arih6iirice v ,'the engagement 6 f f '^tf.dau^te'r, L>Vonne, to Pvt. Ja'mes 'B. Haltpfman. *Ho is^Station^d'a't'Ftirt Lednard ,„ Wbdd, Mo. He'is the^sdn o£ Mr, s(Harry Wards. .Mrs. Prittt 'and and Mrs. Bud HaUptnian of Ban"' children /remained ,,for ,a-, few croft. An Aug. 6 wedding is more days to assist her mother planned at St. Cecelia's 'Catholic *~ packing. ; ' | church.in Algona. Henry Zeimet, 71, of Bancroft died very suddenly at his home on Saturday morning, July 16 of a heart .attack. Death came about 10:30 a.m. He had been in failing, health for the past f6ur years, but hi death was unexpected. He had visited at the home of his daughter in Bancroft the previous evening and apparently was feeling «>fle Moore % gaye a^'liin- Thursday noon, honoring ^"••^Vy/of her'son : Gordon Gueisi? , were and sister Sunday 'evening U Dr. and Ray Rotter's in Honor of Mr. r. sy and Kathy Ballard, arid the honoree's sister, Nancy. ! } Dinner guests in Gordon's honor .that evening • were Mr. Sand Mrs. Harry Barton, Mr. and iMrs. Walter Wood,;Mr. and, Mrs., k Clarence Metzger Jr., Mrs,. Ron-' laid Barton, Mr. arid Mrs.. Bert f King, J «f San 1 'Francisco, Calif., |arid the respective 'farriilies. IANNOUNCE ENOAGEMENT ;' ^ Mr. and,Mrs % :Roland Lavrenz, • : ;qf Burt anhounce the engage' ' and.'approaching marriage ! ' •" u Lor;eli .to -,,—.. ,of Mr. and edenisfee, ,o| Al- HONORS GIVEN THe "Old Settlers" club met and Mrs. and, Mrs. Burton .Thorpe, of Margate, FTa. 'Otheps in 'attendance were Mr. arid Mrs. ..Alfred .Schenck Mr. 'and Mrs./Ray McWhorter Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Mr. arid Mrs. Fred "Geigel, Mr and Mrs. Chester Schoby, arid Mr. arid Mrs. Milton Norton, Mr and Mrs. Don Cash were unable to be present. their daughter LJanies I Redi are of the urt high school in 1966. ~ The wedding will'take place [fAug. 20 in 'St. John 'Lutheran rjchurch, at Burt. The .bride-elect pis employed as nurses aide al £the Good Samaritan Home "and |the bridegroom-elect is employed at Weidenhoffs. »i - s fine. Funeral services were held HOLD FINAL MEETING Tfie Round Robin St. Ann Auxiliary, bridge club held its final mee'ting till fall and scores were as follows, first, Donna Geviftg and Barbara Everist, 25, 260; second, Joan Diamond and Anita Snere, 24, 870; third, Sally Gant and Sue Anderson, 24, 850; and fourth, Peg Adams and Marabeth Ostwald, 23, 860. ATTEND WEDDING, , ., Mrs. Albert,Weishaar, her son; ,in-law and, daqghter, Mr. r an,d Mrs. Ralph St'alzer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weishaar, of 'Ottawa, 111., attended the wecl- A n.w 1700-bw.h.l Bf^L^N DRYING TANK was recently •r«ct«d «t ttfc Ray Uil^ ftrw, ,w.»t of Lone Rock, Thit n.w unit If •quipped with 15 H.P, motor, 38" fan, with automatic unloading •"«•' ••?<* «w««P «vger. H«rv«»ting will b«rpl««»ur« thi» fall, u*in9 « new BEHLEN DRYING TANK for thi L*lib«' inil it can b* f«r every farmer when he convert* to th'U new method. Why don't JN»o tee the Taylor Implement Co. in Algona to- diy? Con«truction »chefJol»« are filling up fa*t — fall will toon be here. It doe* ta,kf concrete time to «et before placing *everaj thou»and Nv»heU of torn upon it, So why don't you drop in today? We'll be fll-d to figure a drying tank for YOU! Taylor Implement "V«£r Grain Harve*ting tnd Drying Headquarters" South Phillipi ftrett ALGONA Tuesday morning at 9:30 at St. John's Catholic church, with Rt. Rev. ,Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiating. Burial 'took place in St. Joseph's cemetery at Bode. Gar-, ry Funeral 'Home was in charge of arrarigeinents. Pallbearers were Ed Richter, Clarence Miller, Elmer 'Schneider, Glenn Cowing, 'Joe Wesselman arid Art Rerige*-. ,; Survivors include his wife, one son and five daughters. They are Arthur Zeimet of Bode, Mrs. George (Gertrude) Di&s of .Bancroft, Mrs. Bernard (Elsie) Kunkel of Wesley, Mrs. James (Josephine) Kunkel of Algona, Mrs. Orvllle (Gladys) Thill of /Irvington and Mrs. Jerry (Marjorie), Wilhite of Corwith. Two brothers also survive, John Zeimet'of Livermore and Edward Zeimet »f Hawthorne, Calif. There are Iso twenty-three grandchildren. Four sons preceded.' "him in death, Ernest, Eugene, Julius nd Leo. Henry W. Zeimet was born on Aug. 6, 1894 at Wesley, la., the son of Peter J. and Susan Steiners Zeimet; He-received his education in the Wesley 1 schools and was united in marriage to Lona Illg at St. Joe May 29, 1918. The couple farmed in the St. Joe area after their marriage until 1937 when they farmed near Bancroft. They retired in 1960 'to tKeir-present home "in Bancroft. Mary Miller of Livermore dies Sunday Livermore— Mrs. Edward B, ; Miller, 73, of Livermore, died at the Sisson Nursing Home ih Humboldt Sunday evening, 1 Funeral services were held Wednesday at Sacred Heart Church in Livermore with the Rev. Gerald M: Fisch officiaiting. Burial was in Mt. Calvary Ceme- terv in ,l:iivermcfe.^,,,"••.. (V ,j' ; ,v Mrs. Miller is survived by four sons. John J- o? Livermore, Gerald B. of Lbn« B«i»ch; Calif., Bernard D, of Fort Dodtfe, and Richard E. of Iowa Falls; two daughtei-s, Mrs. Karl Claude of Woolstock, and Mrs, Keith Logue of Ijivermore; one brother, Frank Staebler of Ogden: three sisters. Mrs. Ralph Valentine and Mrs. Louis M»m>hy, both of Alffona, and Mrs. Edward TJoyle of Fort Dodge; 22 grandchildren, and five CTeat-grandchildren. Mrs. Miller was born at Haverhill. The former Mary Staebler, she man-led Edward B, Miller in 1917 at Williams. The couple farmed in the Williams area until 1952, when they moved to Livermore. Mr. Miller operated a smoke shop at Livermore until retirement. He died in 1963.. DAT! IOWA PICNIC The 61st annual Iowa picnic at Long Beach, Calif., is dated Aug. 13 at Recreation Park, Long Beach. To KLGA THISE SAVINOS MOW! SWIM SUITS Woff off BERMUDA SHORTS SWEATERS 50 BERMUDA. LENGTH SUMMER WEIGHT ;„••* j . t SPORT SUMMER Cotton or Dacron & Cotton BOYS SPORT KNIT SLACKS 19.00 ... MM IIVW . 110.16 . 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