Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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I • ADVANCI TMUftSbAY, SE^T, 15, " . - I -.* •. ' * «,'t ! The reason for skinny ad is to tell you about the new thin, Bulova "Ambassador" DEANS Watches - Watch Repair - Gifts St. Luke's Aid met Thursday < .,»>,, / . w . at Pantoft<-The Ladies Aid of £t. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Norman Boliinger leading the devotions and giving the lesson. the lesson was "God's Plan for Church Unity." Plans were discussed for the Guest Day to be held in October. Miss Susan Hantahnan is to be bhe speaker. There will ba no business meeting in October, therefore the mite box collection will be taken in Novsim,b:r. The group voted against having a bus tour anymore this 1 fall as had been planned earlier this year. The following names were given as the ladies to clean the church this fall: Mrs. Howvru Bruhn, Mrs. Wm. Bruhn, Mrs. Harlan Eimers, Mrs. Lucille Frink, Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Elmer Grien- ert, Mrs; Fred Grienert, Mrs. Lyle Haack, Mrs. Rudy Hannover, Mrs. Dale Hannover, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman, Mrs. Martin Hantel- mari, Mrs. Monty Hiatt, Mirs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mrs. Winston Kerboir, Mrs. Albert Langerman and Mr* Gerald Langerman. No dafinite date» was set 'for the cleaning Notice-Will be given in th,t church bulletin. The ladies were reminded of the LWML rally to be held on Monday, Sept. 26 at West Bend. Registration and coffee time is from 9:30 until 10:30. Hostesses' "for ; the afternoon were Mrs. Delpnd Bplte and Mrs. Norman Bollinger. Industry t « en pig* 3) i > company expand to seven states.. Now, the company successfully bperates in a 10-state 'midwest area. Utilizing nine full-titrtfe, fieldmen. The great increase in business has caused some cramped condi tiohs at the present Icoi^idn a>nd plians are currently underway i a ndw home offitis in Algona. BITUMINOUS MATERIALS & SUPPLY Bituminous Materials & Supply Co. services . two4hirds oi the state of Iowa. Operating with a fleet of 42 tractors and trailers, they truck asphalt from refineries, heat and ' keep it heat- ad, and -deliver it, to contractors, Refineries are located in Texas, Oklahoma, Kan.sas and Wyoming. The asphalt is used for county roads, city streets and primary highways. Bituminous employs 22 personnel, of which eight are full- time. Local plant manager is Claude Ruark, who also super vises three other plants within the staits. Since its bsgiiinJng in 1955 the. Algonia organization has been constantly growing. An other expansion is planned for this winter when more storage nits will be added. women from the Fenton Methodist church held old fashioned quilting bees on an assembly Una basis. The women gatheret fche materials and then ,met to put them together and tie them The project is part of the inter denominational drive by th Ohuirch World Service to pro vide living essentials for,need> areas, in Asia. QUILTING BEE Sixteen quilts are ready for distribution overseas after 14 STORE HOURS MONDAY THRU THURS. — 9 to 5 p.m. FRIDAY — 9 to 9 p.m. SAT. 9 to 5 p.m. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY CHARGE IT! i . Thru Saturday Only! We've reduced every pair of ^'f/ our Gaymode I \ Nylons! Reg. 3 prs. 2.95 Now, 3 Pairs 2.27 Exciting savings on first quality Gqymodes®! Full-^ fashioned, seamless . , , dress sheers, service weights , . . micro-mesh, plain. Even miracle Can-' trece* and Agilon* stretch nylons. Fashion shades,' proportioned sizes. Find out for yourself why Caympde® nylons outsell every other single brand!, SOLID OR STRIPE SPREADS Color-rich Spartan, textured cotton 'n fringed. Qr"multi- stripe acetate, quilt-top 'n flounced, twin or full 8188 JR. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS, PANTS, Acrilan* acrylic shirts with long sleeves. Pinwale cotton cordurpy poxer pgnts. gjo 7^ -Wi ^hidiiM' BOY'S PENN-PREST School Pants Sim 6 to 18 ^^^^9 ^P ^f^f ^JH^ Golden wedding tha Spetr. A covered dish per wflg served. •ANOUET JIPT. » fh@ Presbytetian Suflday school teacher * Youth dub tea- chert and ehotr banquet will be held S«pt. 21, . f ~ 500 CLUB MOSTISS MM. Lestfet* Johnson will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening, Sept. 21. SSHt WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snere observed their 55th wedding anniversary: Sunday, Sspt. 11, and had as guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John inere.idf here,, Katherine and lae McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mckinson, Ab Mack, Mrs. Isabel Grass, Mrs. Ed Anderson, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Saeugling, Mrs. 'red Bender and sisters Fay and May Ubach, all Spencer; Mr. and AN OPEN HOUSE will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the First Prjessbyterian church, Algona, in observance of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Hosts will be their children, Ge'orga Anne (Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Fenton), and Robert, Kansas City Leota'Hackman and Fred Geigel were married September 27, 1916, in the old Presbyterian church in Algona They farmed many years north of Irvington on the Ridgeroad, and retired in 1944.'- moving^ to Algona. , The open' house on, Sunday . is for all relatives and friends, and no Invitations are'being sent They request no gifts Photo by Glenn's Studio Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerbe became grandparents Friday o a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gar> Jasman of Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Goveri of the Titohka area spent Sat urday evening in the Floyd Dun can home. Laurence was a form er pupi.1 of Mrs. Duncan, whes she taught school in District No 2 of Portland township. • , The Zone meeting of the Wai ther- League Board to discuss th Fall Rally will meet at Fairvill October 9. All members of th Fairville society are asked; to ai tend as they are host to the rail this fall. 'Date of the rally is October,30. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Kenneth Halver- scsn.-i'Q'Ciently,. visited, thfi, Berklands 'at Wahoo, S. D. Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Ko'hlwes of Austin, Minn., recently visited with the Arlin Kohlwes at Roscos, Ilil., a suburb of Rockford. The Ko'hlwes moved from Belmontto Roscoe in June of this year. Mrs. Ida Dreyer held a coffee party last week in honor'of Miss Susan Hantelman, home on leave from her missionary-nurse duties in Africa. Ladies attending, were Miss Hantelman, Mary Hantelman, Marie Hantelman, Luela Newel, Orma Wagoner, Leona Meyer, Susan Bruhn, Delphine Haritelmian, Evelyn Haase, Amanda Walker, Whittemore, and Nancy Walker and Brant Dreyer, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and)Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood were Sunday guests of the Chester Skaars, Primgar. The North Circle of the St. John's Aid from De-pew mat Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wm. DeWall. Mrs. DeWall lead the devotions and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Milford Mitchell. Recent ho-use guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell included Evelyn Tuff from Sunday to Tuesday of last week. Miss Tutt has been living with the Mitchell's daughter Anna Marie in Japan. Also guests on Sunday 1 evening were the Harlau Gaards of Froit, Minn. Following are the newly elected class ofiicers for the 1966-67 school year at Sentral: Fresh- man—pres., Linda Doocy; vice pros., .Gary Laabs; sec., Diane Uthof; treas., Lynette Johnson; student council, Linda Doocy, Jim Reese and Diane Luedtke, Sophomore—pres., Jol&ne Can- gestad; vios pres., Mary Dawn Eldridge; sec., Paula Weiner; treas., Wayne Pedderson; student council, Jolene Gangestad, Monika Tereske end Ross Johnson. Junior—pres., Teresa Voigt, vice pres., Jamss Voigt; sec., B&t-, ty Wehrspan; treas., Gene Hartman; student council, Marlin Berkland, Mary Ellen Ditsworth and Teresa Voigt. Senior—pres., Tom Struecker; vice pres., Bill Hassel; sec., Rita Luedtke; treas., Ronnie Dacken; student council, Tom Struecker, Mike Lee and Mary Lou Larsea. GRAIN SEALER Bancroft — Rudy Rahe was elected grain sealer for Ramsey township at a meeting recently in the ASC office in Algona. He began his new duties Sept. 1. FAMILY REUNION HELD A family reunion was held on Sunday at the Ambrose Call tete park shelter house. The piicnic Was hooted by Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Willrett and Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor. Present were the Carroll Willretit children Bonnie, Steve and Sharon, tha Taylor children' Jean, Jac, JoA;n:n and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett, Wendell and Duane, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs, Her:, man Willrett, Mr. and Mrs.' F.' W. Willrett, D&ane and Jean, Mrs. Donna Tech and David, of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Switzer, James, and Alan, of An.es, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wibben, Dfcb- ra, Rick Allan, of Lone Rock, iMr,: BflrtriMpi ,ifo j B >1f iWittobqn-.' ofe Whittsmore, :Mr. and Mrs. Loqis Price, Connie,.Dale and Tom, of LakO'ba, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Haach and Brent Toth, of Lakota, Mrs. Irene Wibben and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wibban, Todd and Chari, Marvin Wibbein, Loren Wibben, of Elmore, Minn.',' Carol Spiedler, of Minneapolis, Sharon Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Willrett, Bonnie, Steve and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wibben and Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wibben, ,Joy Linn,, Mr. and Mrs.. Dave Hankins, Kurt and.Dawn, and Ben Faulken. TO VISIT IN WISCONSIN Mrs, Anna Harvey entertained a few friends at cards Sunday evening. Guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, Mrs. Esther Helberg and Mrs. Salma Godfredson. Mrs. GodfredT son is leaving soon to visit with her son Leslie Samp and family in Wisconsin, CLUB HOSTESS SATURDAY Mrs, Grace Jackman will -be hostess to her pot-luck supper 500 club Saturday evening. Members are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Steele, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen and Mrs. Myrtle Lighter. MEETINGS POSTPONED Circle meetings of the First Baptist church women have been'postponed till Thursday afternoon, Sept. 22. Circle I will meet with Mrs. Clarence Priebe and Circle 2 with Mrs. Kenneth 1 Brayton. met at the hall Tuesday evening, a covered disih supper held before the busines^ at hand. ( CARD CLUB TO MEET Mrs. Leo Thilges is entertaur ing her card club Wednesday af ternoon. The club met the pre yioiis week with Mrs. Anna Wag her. ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET The Royal Neighbor lodge me Monday evening with Mrs. Ber LON.G DISTANCE •M li * 'After 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station call to anywhere in the U. S.. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00 of less, plus tax. Enjoy a family reunion by phone! Northwestern Bell muttied ftt ' \ 'fe^^jtspaf- ttj***$tfte.fctit artd^tjub Wedtesfty dompafiy/f Hf 'fetir(*d$fl l»»3 mg ner "¥»« "»£„ "F"£ ^VvM»e: ? %oM^peiif *J ^rito^| ^ -il,, Y V 2J v '• '/ ».*Jk !'.'{ Jf/ X ^Jj^LgLaw^lijji^^^^ = The Lon^JI 4-«w ihriddif/thdfipt/J««r» In thJt !••«•»* sponsored by ALQONA FLWR AND FEED ALOONA, IOWA Your local Lnndell Farm Eqiipmenl Dealir If you will bt nttd!n fl • thrtddtr ^nowjjr !n »h« futur*, , j|* SUR6 to .tudy the lMtUr« on th* LUNDtLL ,804 4-row .tilk shredder . . * SEE THE LUND6LL SHREDjr.R . -.v'NCJW.. 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REBEKAHS MEET The Rebekah lodge members WE KEEP THE WHEELS OF PROGRE ROLLING! -*, *•"*> Servicing two4hirds of the state of Iowa, with a fleet of 42 tractors and trailers, we truck as. phalt from refineries in four states. Since 1955, we have been asphalt suppliers for use on coun* ty roads, city streets and primary highways. Bituminous ALGONA, IOWA

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