Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
Page 15
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I Robert Marlow new commander Lone Rook Legion New officers have been elected by the Legion. Robert Marlow is new Commander; Robert Hanna vice - commander; Art Bergum, adjutant; Gerald Radig, finance; Arlo Hansen, Angus Cotton, chaplain; Jensen, historian; Bernard tit, service officer. Sgt.; Roy Pet- cousin of Mrs. Krueger. Lee and Mrs. ville. tte weighed 8 Ibs, 3 oz. The Dick Dallmatis came Sunday for a few days with her father Dell Marlow. Larry Geitzenauer came Sunday from Fort Riley, Kan. for Gary Rath is attending a two '.two weeks with his parents the The Dewey Wilsons, San Padlo, Calif, have been last week guests of his sister at Clinton week camp at Scranton with one week being spent as a counselor. Mrs. Elmer Wistedt, Mankato, and her brother Roy Elvidge, Marshall, Minn., were weekend guests of the Roy Jensens. The Rev. Albert Bullocks and the Willis Cottons attended the Synod school of the United Presbyterian church from July 17 to 23 on the campus of the Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Cindy Rath and Susan Fortney attended the Racoon Bible camp Lorenz Geitzenauers. Thomas Geitzenauer left Friday for Ft. Rucker, Ala., afer three weeks at home. The Leon Geitzenauers, Clear Lake have a girl born July 19. She weighed 5 Ibs and has been named Gina grandparents Lynches and paternal grandparents are the Lorenz Geitzen- auers all of Lone Rock. Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Bernice Jones Louise. Maternal are the Wayne ALGONA (low*) ADVANC1-J THURSDAY, JULY 21, last week. I spent'a weekend at Ronald t j « p ue g ers . Mrs. E. A. Blanchard reunion was held Christenson's at Belgrade and Lee and Michael, Mrs. Raymond Sunday at Mason City for Mrs. then went to the Black Hills and Neswald, Brit.t, and Mrs. Bernice Maude Blanchard's 85th birthday also visited an uncle at Mitchell, Jones, Oakland, Calif., attended which will be July 31. Those and friends at Salem, S. D. They graduation July 15. Jane Christ- present were the Chet Almes, enson, daughter of the Ronald Ottosen, Roger Madsens, Shef- Christensons, Belgrade was a field, Harlan Blanchards, Don member of the class of 76, and Blanchard and Susan, the. Wen- was graduated on the honor roll dell Stevens, Laurens, Jesse list. Others who attended were Blanchards, Alfred Schultzes, the Christenson family, Bel- Whittemore, Gary Schultes, Ced- grade, and Bunny Thomas, Forest Lake ,Minn. ar Falls and Mrs. Maude Blanchard, also the Gordon Blanchards, Mason City. The dinner Mrs. Bernice Jones, Oakland,' was nel d at the Y.W.C.A. Calif., came Wednesday to A. A. j The John Persons have a sec- Krueger's for a visit with them ond son Michael John, born and the E. A. Lees. She is a July 7 at the hospital at Esther- came home Friday. The Francis Kemps, Sarona, Wis. visited a few days at Lorenz Geitzenauer's. Mrs. A. L. O'Neal, Spencer, an aunt of Mrs. Geitzenauer, called Tuesday evening at her home. roy rtuiswiM of Gardenia, California *t the Holiday tnn at Fort Dodge, Uit Wednesday, where they had dinner together, Mr. arid Mrs. Huisenga have been visiting in area. ,. ,^J i4j A the Odeboldt husband .f«Hi«l Ma* St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner WE ARE!* ir Under New Management Marten G. Smith - $1.30 Per Case 24 BOTTLES — PLUS TAX & DEPOSIT ORANGE — STRAWBt-JRRY — ROOT BEER 80 PER CUP (We'll bo in front oi' Finn's Bakery, Friday Only) ALGONA, IOWA Engaged MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Beal of Wesley, Iowa, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Ma* Lora Jane to Wayne Westphal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Westphal of Fairmont, Minn.' Miss Beal is a 1964 graduate of Mrs. C. R. Kollasch, was hon- red Sunday at her daughter, Mrs. Irene Bormann's at a "Cook ut" for her birthday. Others at- Titonka high school and attend; ending were C. R. Kollasch,, ea Mankato Commercial college, he Arnold Kollasches and the I and is employed at Fairmont larence Bormanns, St. Joe. Railway Motors, Inc. Her fiance Debbie and Rhonda Sue j s a 1961 graduate of Ceylon Hackney spent several days last. high school and is engaged in week with their aunt and uncle 1 he Ronald Hejliks, Emmets- >urg. The Hejliks have a son >orn July 17 in the Emmetsburg lospital. The Hubert O'Briens, farming. The wedding will be ept. 4 at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka, Iowa. Reunion held here by Burt class of 1941 Bort—'Members of tne Burt high school class of 1941 met for a 7:30 dinner at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona, July 23. Alvin Godfredson furnished music on the Hammond Organ. Raymond Laurenz presided. Letters were read from four classmates and two teachers not able to attend. Pictures were taken. The only teacher present was Axel Anderson, Jewell and his wife the former Martha Ruhnke. Seventeen members of the class of 28 were present. The Kenneth Bates, Ft. Dodge; Roland Chafee and wife (Arlene Nelson) Burt; Ardith Detman and husband Kinkki, Des Moines; Merwyn John and wife, Valley City, N. D.; Raymond Lavrenf and wife, Straford; Robert Lovstad and wife, Burt; Fay Mann and wife, Estherville; Ruth McFarland and husband Lawrene Riedel, Algona; Margaret Plumb Miller, Fairmont, Minn.; Laura Riedel and husband Johnson, Elmore; Marjorie Riedel and husband Zeimet, Bode; Wendell Ringsdorf and wife, Burt; Viola Serhahl and ary; and one who did not marry also Kenneth Trettary. Samoa girls hart; ear hit* bridf • S«n*ca—Linda and Cheryl .«,.„,.. , M Breese, daughters of the Lewis.were treaaea anc n «u u a T M %. u u..v- IOAU..^,.., «.^-,Breeses received minor injuries *4J loa » v> ""?.^"- wyn John, Valley City, N. D.; I Monday morning when their' Cheryl, 10, a bacn on City; Gerald Soderberg and wife, Bancroft; Kenneth Tren* ary, Burt; Mary Lee Wolf and husband Latuitsen, Audubon. Alvin Godlreson w,as a member of the class thru the eleventh grade when they moved to Seneca Where he graduated. Prizes were given to the one who traveled the farthest, Mer- <*r struck i bridge i, __ of Loft* Rock. The,-ifw nn mr*«4ilMUifl iftet stllldflt tM a^ south «nd of the ewt site if tf* brtdge. It wa» thought ttiMt* blown front tiffe. ittiy hWg caused the accident. Hie gtfw were taken by ambulance to the EiBtherville hospital where they treated and .•..«W»MVV«.VW V VA^«^**A%>V*)» St. Joe, and the Raymond Hejliks, Rockwell, are the grandparents. Barbara Wagner, daughter of the Orville Wagners returned Thursday from a month at her sister the Robert Andersons, Ashland, Ohio. She was accompanied home by Amy, Sawn and Marc Anderson who plan on an extended visit here with their grandparents, the Orville Wagners. They came by plane from Chicago to Mason City. Mary Wagner is spending thi week with the Luke McGuires Burt, at the McGuire cabin on Spirit Lake. Barbara Thilges and Ann Hobs cheidt, Algona, have returned from two weeks in California and Arizona. Kenneth Erpelding 17, son of the Francis Erpeldings injured ,wo fingers on his left hand on Thursday when his hand was oaught in a baler. He was taken to Dr. Beryl Michaelson, Dakota ity. Carol Gales 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gales broke an ankle when her foot became caught in the bicycle wheel Wednesday. CLIP THIS COUPON DIAMOND'S A HONDA" CONTEST (IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER) „„ . Fill in your name and address in the bottom of this coupon and drop in the box at Diamond's in Algona. Age restriction 6 to 96. You will get two additional coupons with each purchase of any Wrangler brand garment including girl's jeans, cut-offs, boy's jeans, no-iron slacks, shirts, cords or jackets. Men's too. Buy more, save more and get more at Diamond's. Additional prizes to be given every week. YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER. Drop your coupon at Diamond's — Honda drawing on Aug. 30! Last week's winner of flash camera was Mike Welp, 913 Elm, Algona. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones FARM-TESTED... and now ready for youl The York Grain Drying System, developed, engineered and built by grain drying specialists now is ready to work for you. York will handle your grain drying chores faster, easier, with less grain damage. Built into each York System is long years of trouble-free operation at low cost. When you buy York, you buy the best. Come in today for a demonstration. Featuring ALL NEW CENTRIFUGAL "WHISPER QUIET" FAN Easily handles all tough drying jobs Algona GRAIN DHYINO AND HANDLING SYSTEMS Commercial St. Algona n n O C TJ O z The Barrel Bishops visited the Gene Swensons at Rake Sunday Monday the Rev. S. Hammers Humboldt, were guests of their daughter, the Darrel Bishops. The Cecil Godfredsons Hum boldt had guests Sunday for the birthday for Mrs. Mervin Johnson and for Mrs. C. Myers, and sons Virginia Beach, Va. Guests were the Edward Godferdsons, Mrs. Johnsons, W. E. Stews and Pam, Mrs. John Watts, Jr. The Terry Johnsons are now at home on the Farland farm in Eagle township. The Allen Ericksons, Chicago and the Russell Ericksons, Sherburn, Minn., have returned from fishing near, Walker, Minn, and have been visiting the Dettmer Thompsons, Everett Ericksons, and other relatives here. Judy Montgomery, Mary Ellen Forshee and Susan Payne spent Monday to Saturday of last week at Methodist Camp at West Okoboji. Name— Address. Nothing to buy — register every time you are in the store. More chances to win every time you are in! Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch CLIP THIS COUPON Marsha Strange of Des Moines is spending a few days vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Creighton and family visited Thursday afternoon in the Jay Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister met friends, Mr. and Mrs. Le- SEE THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING PRICES ON ALL NEW '66 PLYMOUTHS! Sec your Plymouth Dealer for a Cleanup Deal! PAA AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION KEN S AUTO SERVICE 1023 N. MAIN STREET ALGONA that's what you'll say about our prices during "RIDICULOUS DAY" Friday in Algona! We'll be back again just east of Penney's store in Algona during Friday's Ridiculous Dayz — and what bargains. You'll say our prices are just "chicken feed," Like the low, low sale prices on chairs, sofas, lamps, pictures and plaques and many other items. WARNING — BE THERE EARLY IN THE MORNING FOR BEST BARGAINS. The good ones go fast! In case of rain, these special items will be on sale at our store on North Phillips Street. SEE US EAST OF PENNEY'S STORE FRIDAY READ'S FURNITURE and WATSON INTERIORS

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