Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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Receive 50-year CD A pins 4-ALCONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 19*6 SOCIETY SHOWER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE A miscellaneous shower is be* ing given Wednesday at 10 o'clock a.m. at the County Club for Brigetta Whittemore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore, whose marriage to Patrick James Games will take place Saturday, Aug. 20, in, St. Cecelia church. Hostesses for the shower are Mrs. Don Armstrong, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mrs. Maynard Miller, Mrs. Warren Nelson and Mrs. David Smith. Brigetta is a graduate of Iowa Wesleyan college at Mount Pleasant and met her fiance last summer when both were attending summer school at Bloomington, Minn. They will be at home at Kingston, Rhode Island, where she will teach in the junior high school. Mr. Games will attend the university at Providence. THESE. FOUR ladies received fifty-year pins at the Aug. 7 Golden Jubilee of the Catholic Daughters of America held in Algona at St. Cecelia's Catholic church and grade school. From the left they are: Miss Mary Streit, Mrs. Mary Barry, Mrs 1 . Rose Scanlan and Miss Adelia Kohlhaas. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Ready for Glad Show IN THE PHOTO above/Ted Charles, of the local Gladiolus society, introduces Mrs. H. S. Montgomery who recently gave a demonstration on flower arranging at the extension service building for a group of 4-H boys and e 4-ii* girls who plan to exhibit glacis in the" division of the North Central Iowa Gladiolus show to be held Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 13 and 14 at the Algona high school gym. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Right -to-the-Point Deals -at Kossuth Motor Co.- DEMONSTRATORS: 1966 Chevrolet Caprice 2 door Sport Coupe, bucket seat equipment, console with instrumentation, Turbo hydramatic transmission, 396 cu. in. V-8 engine, radio, EZI glass, rear seat speaker, while wall tires, light green with beige vinyl roof covering, power steering and power brakes. 1966 Cherolet Caprice 4 door sedan, V-8 engine, power- glide transmission, radio, tinted glass, air conditioning, white wall tires, power steering and power brakes, wheel covers, beige with black vinyl covering. 1966 Chevelle Malibu 4 door 6 passenger station wagon, V-8 engine, powerglide trans., radio, tinted glass, white wall tires, dark turquoise. DRIVER TRAINING CARS: 1966 Chevrolet Impala 4 door sedan, V-8 engine, powerglide transmission, radio, white wall tires, tinted glass, wheel covers, Marina blue color. 1966 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door 9 passenger station wagon, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, tinted glass, white wall tires, dark turquoise color with turquoise interior. 1966 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, standard 3 speed transmission, radio, Marina blue color. MOTORS LHEVftOLET/ 295-3554 ALGONA JOWA DUPLICATE BRIDGE Winners in duplicate bridge, master point night, were: Firsts, Mrs. L. Ferguson and Mrs. John Altaian; second, Mesdames Roy Coslow and H. Jacobson, Britt; third, Mrs. D. Kinsman and Mrs. John Thuente; tieing for fourth were Mrs. Elbert, Mrs. Geelan, Whittemore; and Mrs. Pfeffer, Mrs. Kuhns, Wesley. Next meeting will be Monday, Aug. 15, at 7:45 p.m. at the American Legion hall. Algona CDA debrates its 50th anniversary The Golden Jubilee of the Catholic Daughters of America of St. Cecelia's parish, Algona, was celebrated Sunday, Aug. 7, beginning with an 11:30 mass for the 150 members and invited guests. The mass was officiated by the Rev. Father James Bruch. In the conclusion of the mass, sixty _. t F members, all dressed in formal for their 40th' wed&ng"anniver- VISITOR HONORED Mrs. Robert Harms entertained a group of friends Friday afternoon honoring Joyce Huenhold, R. N., of Chicago, 111. Other guests were Mrs. Robert Pingel, Rickie and Lorie, Mrs. Dave Richardson, and children of Eddyville, Mrs. Frank Bauer, Bancroft, Mrs. Earl Ludwig, Barbara and Frank, and Mrs. John Berninghaus, Mike and Mark. 40TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dixon, Bancroft, will be honored with an open house Sunday at the Baptist church, from 2 to 5 p.m., gowns and a manitlla head lace, sary. recited the living candlelight ros- hosts ary. Officers and chaplains from ends are invited Bancroft, Wesley, St. Benedict, I Bode, West Bend, St. Joe and Whittemore were> invited. A banquet was held in the Their children will be and all relatives and fri- gofla, The fingerlings were ship- 1921, and she lived ;m Bancroft > and ped ill fr ohi the fish hatohefy at Humboldt. Mr. Easier repbirted that the fingerlihg bass stocked in the lake about a month ago have grown to a length of 4 to 5 inches. Services held Monday for Alice Anderson Funeral services were held on Monday at 2 p.m. for Alice Anderson, 91, who died Saturday morning at the Good Samaritan home in Algona. The Rev. A. W. Nelson of the Bancroft Baptist church officiated at the Me- Cullough funeral chapel. Alice Anderson was bom at Bancroft Dec. 16, 1874, the daughter of William Winter and Mary Ann Sohetick. She married William Anderson Feb. 24, 1904 in Bancroft. He died March 21, until she moved to the Good Sa- , Two maritan home in Algona five years ago. She was a member of the Baptist church at Bancroft and a member of the Bast- ern Star at Burt. Survivors include: Lillian Winter, a niece, Los Angeles, Calif; Frances Winter, in California; Stanley Ashlock, Algona. brothers preceded her in death. PINK LILY — A pink Perfection lily planted by Mrs. Henry Van Tol, Boon, has grown to a height of six feet and is full of blossoms. Lilies usually grow 3 to 4 feet high. ANNOUNCING . .. BILL IS THE NEWAAANAG6R OF THE CHROME SERVICE STATION The same fine service and quality you received in the past will Continue. FEATURING: • Skelly Products • Tune-Ups • Brake Work —Servicing All Makes & Models of Cars and Trucks— Chrome Service Station Junction 18 & 169 Algona, Iowa—Phone 295-9191 ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarth attended the wedding of Academy hall, served by past Jacqueline Laabs to Steven Grand Regent's daughters and Berkland of Fenton Friday eve- granddaughters. The toastmaster ning in the church at Lotts was Rev. Father James Bruch, Creek. Algona. Speaker was the Rt. Rev. i Monsignor P. P. Gearen. The BRIDGE CLUB MEETING program was a tableau with Mrs. | The Idle Hour bridge club Richard Wolf portraying the meets Wednesday afternoon "Virgin Mary" and Mrs. Andrew with Mrs. Fern Foster. Cotten was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Gordon Winkel. Mrs. Mae O'Brien gave a talk on "Our CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. John Dutton will be hos- ance were: Miss Jessie Malley, of Waterloo, Iowa State Regent; Miss Anna Starr, Pocahontas, Iowa State Sec.; and Miss Marcella Fandel, Whittemore, Iowa State Monitor. District officers present were: Mrs. Mary Bode, Corwith, District Deputy; Mrs. Alice Montag, West Bend, District Deputy; and Mrs, Nellie Van Allen, State President of Past Grand Regents. Bancroft couple to be honored on 40th Sunday Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee of Bancroft will be honored at an open house this Sunday, Aug. 14, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to call on them at the Legion clubrooms from 2 until 4 o'clock. No special invitations are being sent. Sponsors of the event are their four daughters, Mrs. Robert Acela (Deloris) and Mrs. Harvey Boeckholt (Donna) both of Des Moines; Mrs. Roger Wilhelmi (Denise) and Mrs. David Schiltz (Dianne) both of Bancroft. Shower to honor Lskola (irl Lakota — An open house bridal shower will be held in honor of Donna Paulson, daughter of the Elmer Paulsons, at the First Presbyterian church parlors at Lakota on Saturday evening, Aug. 20, at 8 p.m. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. evening. Court at a Glance." Mrs. Charles ] tess to her 500 club Wednesday McCabe's name was drawn for door prize. Gifts of fifty-year pins were presented by Grand Regent, Mrs. Matilda Ristau to Mrs. Mary Barry, Miss Adelia Kohlhaas, Mrs. Rose Scanlan and Miss Mary Streit. The state officers in attend- Channel catfish for new lake Bill Easier, area conservation officer, assisted representatives of the state conservation commission Tuesday in stocking 5,300 fingerling channel catfish into the new lake north of Al- The new HOLIDAY Stationstore will be opening soon. If you qualify, and want an oppor- <> tunity to work for one of the top rated'petroleum jobber-ships in Iowa—then send a complete resume to W. A. Krause, RITE OIL COMPANY, General Offices, Hampton, Iowa 5C441. Indicate the position applying for, as well as your qualifications. Your reply ab- solutsly confidential. Here are just SOME of the fringe benefits of the Rite Oil Company: 1. Matched Sayings Program 2. Paid vacations 3. Christmas Bonus 4. Health A Life Insurance 5. Yearly Bonus 6. Uniforms 7. Advancement A Personal Contact 8. PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS POSITIONS OPEN 1. Assistant Manager—desire married man over 21, neat, with good personality. Previous clerical work beneficial. Anticipated that assistant would bceome a store manager. Approximately 45-53 hours weekly required. 2. Part-time attendant—ideal for man wanting extra hours of clean, desireable employment. Approximately 20-30 hours weekly. 3. Night Manager—Much the same as assistant manager qualifications, except older man could well handle this job. 4. Extra part-time attendants—steady part-time work to co-ordinate with your present job. About 20-30 hours weekly. 5. High School, part-time attendant—preference given to boys who are neat, sincere and ambitious. (2) 6. Woman clerical position—ideal for woman who enjoys people and pleasant working conditions. Send your resume today, employment ssould begin sometime around September 1. Interviews will be held in Algona. Holiday Station Store ; McGregor & S. Phillips Streets Algona, Iowa Sunday Dinner Problems? We've Got The Answer! SUNDAY, AUGUST 14th 11 A.M.-7 P.M. Featuring: BEEF * BAKED HAM • TURKEY * PRESSING • SALAD BAR fc^S^C>5>;?;4 ffe* $^o x vf * ?<; <- j ','>,,* ?'• •'*'- - " - < 1 N -V y v * •< * V ; Til-Ill LUDWIG'S CAFE 106 E. SUte Phone 295-2116

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