Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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3 If" * * net hailed at Swea i ^Robert Barnes, owner and operator of Barnes Funeral Horrte itf Swea City, has announced this vtfcck he will no longer have anv tiulance service to offer to the people of Swea City. He said that due to the high costs involved, Il'ck of help and lack of business it makes it prohibitive to con* tihue the service. He is in the process of disposing of all the ambulance equipment. 4-ALOONA ADVANCE MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 19*6 Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher |Thc American Lutheran church women were invitsd to Rolfe on Wednesday afternoon to meet $ith the Rolfe group. Attending flom here were Margaret Holt, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Antohe Speich, Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Oliver Kin- scth, Mrs. Magnus Bratland and J!trs. Loren Daniel. § Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer of West Band and Mr. and Mrs. Ejean Telford and family were Thursday night visitors at the Roy Tolford's. Mrs. Archie Rolland of Bode was a morning caller. Wednesday SPONGES each FRANKS each BANANAS ib. Double GIFT HOUSE Stamps ALL DAY WEDNESDAY RON and JACK'S FOOD CENTfR Algona, low* to Ottutt AFty Nebr. No wedding date has been set ,^, GARDEN CLUB MEETS The president of the Iowa Federated Garden Clubs, Mrs; G- J. Jensvold, Ringsted, and Mrs. Fuller ton, 6th district director, of Laurens, were guests of the Al- ! gona Garden Club Monday aftar- j noon, Sept. 12. A pot-luck lunch was served at the home.of Mrs. Perry Byam with Mrs. Phil Kolii- haas, assistant hostess, Saveh- teen members and two local guests, Mrs. Henry Geilewfeld »nd Mrs. Batt enjoyed the meet- ,ng. A most interesting and in- i formative program was given on the Blue Star Memorial Highway i>y Mrs. Milo. Daley. FIRST BIRTHDAY Stacey Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kern, Algona, eele- braitad his first birthday Thursday, S'jpl. 8th. Guests at tha Kern home were: Graniclparotits Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Detrick and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern, God parents Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt Detrick. Other guests were Mr. I and Mrs. Holgar Peterssn and; Debra; Karen Kern, John Hardgrove, Mrs. Inez Wolfe. Engaged bridge party at the Country dub Wednesday. Othef 'winners were Miss Delia WeMf attd Mrs. M- iUs'Ktin*. Mrs. Merlon Baker will be hostess next week, D.A.R. MEETING the first D.A.R. meeting of the Season was held Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Algpna Hotel. Mrs, Warren Jones \|as hostess for the luncheon meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Jones gave a talk on the Constitution. SOROPTIMIST CLUB The Soroptimist club met Tuesday for dinner at the home ol Mrs. Rose Scanlan. Mrs. Free Shilts conducted a white elephant auction. Hostesses were Mrs Scanlan and Mrs. Alice Wilkins. SEWING CLUB Mrs. Craig Smith entertained her sewing club Monday evening t her home. 4H NEWS Tke U-GO, i-Go 4 : M club Md ts September tneefcmg at tjebra Sewicks with Bernadette Reiuy as cohostass. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Susan Bui; lock. Roll call was, What YoU Enjoyed Most During the Past Year. Record books were handed in. 4-H Pledge was bd by Debra Sewick. Illustrated talks "Tips_ on Family Laundry" by. Phyllis Pentecost; "Mow to Brush Clothes" by Bernadetts jteMy; "Storage of Clothing" by Deibbie Missal. Guest was Mrs. Missal.— reporter, Debbie Bulten. Honored Dr. H. F. Riesling of Lehigh was honored there for his de- / voted medical practice to the coffifttttfiity lor fif^.years,; .A eaMtity cifoWtt was on hand for the itoatti and tribute/ »«•+•»»»»»!»»»»•+»»»»»»*» FOR SAL6 PUREBRED YORKSHIRE SPRING BOARS Wide walking, well muscied individuals. Litter mate cutouts on all boars. - ....', DICK KUECKER Algona, lo<v« (3 North, 6V5». West Algona) Lent Rock phoni 925.330r 59tfn Susan Anne Hoover married Ron & Jack s Food Center The Titonka Methodist church was the setting at 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 3, for the marriage, in a candlelight ceremony, of Susam Anne Hoover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn E. Hoover of Burt, to Michael Paul Keintz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Keintz of Benon, Minn. sd at SOCIETY the double ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and guests. Mrs! Vaughn Reising presided at the organ. Walter E. Mo 3, Lake Mills, cousin of the bride, sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "0 Perfect Love." Mrs. Larry Glen, college friend of the bride, was matron of honor. Linda Keintz, sister of the groom and Barbara Anderson, Minneapolis, college roommate of the bride, were bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Robert Christensen of Benson, Minn., groomsmen were David Hoover, brother of the bride and Kevin Hoover, uncle of the bride. Ushers were Gary Hoffman and Lee Theisfeld, college friends of the groom. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. The wedding reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs Thomas Young and Mrs. Dale Struthers poured coffee,' Mrs. Amand Dangelser and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., "served cake; .waitresses were Miss Sandra. Hoover and Miss Jane Buffington; Mrs. Gary Hoffman poured punch; Mrs. Gary Hoover, Mrs. Roger Hoover and Mrs. Gary Alberts opened the gifts; gift pages were Terry Hoover and Conna Hoover, cousins of the bride. Mrs. Edwin Benedict, LaMirada, Calif., aunt of the bride, registered the guests.. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs Louis C. Hanson. After a wedding trip to Minnesota, the couple will live at 915 N. 2nd St., Mankato, Minn. The bride is an English major and the groom is a Business Administration major at Mankato State. Out of town guests were from LaMipada, Calif., Canton, Miss., Wisconsin and Minnesota. —Photo by Poundstone Constitution Waek starts in Algona A seven-day period beginning Saturday, Sept. 17, has been pro claimed Constitution Week in Al gona as part of the nation-wide observance of the 179th anniver sary of the adoption of the U. S. Constitution. In the proclamation Mayor William Finn urged citizens to pay special attention to the Constitution and the advantages of American citizenship. The Constitutional Convention adopted the Constitution on EUROPEAN TRIP Roberta Schwendemann, daughter of Mrs. Kay Isaacson, Fort who Was 5th BIRTHDAY Katie Gilmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore, celebrated her fifth birthday last Monday with a picnic supper at Call State park. Guests at the party were Jonathan, Heidi and Paul Vogel, Mark and John Bes- tenlehner, Danny O'Connor, Tricia Watson, Betsy Bangs, Mark Ferris and Brad Chrischilles. Burt — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackcrman, Burt, announce the tingagsmont and approaching • m irr.age o c their daughter, Jo Ann, to Dale Scho-rn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schorn, Lyt- oa. Miss Ackerman graduated rom Burt high school and at- .sndecl Mankato State college :c>r a year. She is presently employed by Avco New Idea in Fort Dodge. Her fiance graduated from Lytton high school and has served two years in the armed forces. He is now engaged in farming near Lytton. A Nov. 26 wedding is planned. JUVL-J irom the umvoiwity ot Colorado, left late in August for a Suropeian trip. Her mother accompany her as far as New York. The S. S. Aurelia, the ship she left on,'is of the same name on whicih her grandmother came from Norway a good many years ago. Roberta will land at Rotterdam and plans to spend a year traveling through Europe. She will spend Christmas with two sisters of her grandmother in Norway and will attend'the Salzburg Festival in .the spring. Sihe will be on the French Riviera and in Spain and North Africa before returning to Paris next fall. She will attend classes at the Sorbanne during the year 1967-1968, working for a master's degree in history of Art. A bo>n voyage luncheon was tendered her at the Wakonza Hotel before she left. Mrs. V. K. Rish ing was a guest. RIVERDALE CLUB MEETS The Friendly Riverdale club met with, Arlene Simon Sept. 7 with Eleanor Hungate assisting. Eleven members and one guest, Opal Barker, Escondido, Calif., were present. Cards were played and lunch served. Next meeting will be guest day, Oct. 5 at the home of Mary Faber. It will be a covered dish luncheon. KOHLHAAS' ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas entertained! at cY.nneir at the Country club Wednesday eve rang. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis of Hartford, Conn., Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, Sr. ENTERTAINS AT COTTAGE Mrs. Don Prieskorn entertainr ed her bridge club at the Prieskorn cottage on'Spirit Lake last Tuesday. LADIES LUNCHEON Mrs. W. E. Hawcott held high score at the ladies luncheon and EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE NEW SHIPMENT OF WOMEN'S AIR-STEP Dress, Casual, Street or Work NEW SHIPMENT MISS AMERICA HOOD Loafers — Ties — Straps For Dross, Street or School WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 NEW SHIPMENT OF CHILDREN'S SHOES FOR DRE3S OR SCHOOL 30th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hinckley, Jurt, will be honored at an open louse dn observance of their 30th Sept. 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the wedding anniversary on Sunday, Burt M&bhodist church fellowship hall. All friends and rela- ! ;ives of. the couple are invited to attend. The open house is being given by the couple's children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Oelwcin; Mr. and Mrs. William Schatz, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomson, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Sioux City; and Duane Hinckley, Emmctsburg. The former Ruby Krohnberg and Allen Hinckley were married in Wells, Minn., on September 23, 1936. BRIDAL SHOWERS Mrs. Michael Gilbert nee Phyl lis Scott was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the First Lutheran church. Hostesses were Mesdames Erby Shipler, • Val Gene Westling, Larry Bergman, Norm Peters, Arnie Meyer and Robert Haag. She was also honoree at a linen shower at the home of Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst assisted by Mrs. Tom Cogdal. Another miscellaneous shower was held in her honor at the home of Mrs. John Claude. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Gail Haase Mrs. Adolph Oakland and Mrs. Betty Galbraith. Sept. 17, 1789. The Algona chapter of the D.A.R. has a historical display in the window of Carson's paint store this week to commemorate the anniversary. HATTENS MOVE Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hatten and family have moved to Perry, Iowa, where he is assistant manager of the Gamble 5tore there. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Warren Breakiron, Indian Head, Pa., nounce the engagement of their daughter Georgia Eileen to Fred J. Duerr, son of Frank Duerr and the late Mrs, Frank Duerr, Algona. Georgia is a graduate of Connelsville high school of Connelsville. Pa., and Fred is a graduate of Iowa State university at Ames. Both are serving in the air force and have recently been graduated from the Amarillo Technical Training Center. They are now assigned NOTICE WILSON & COMPANY INC., LIVESTOCK BUYING STATION Ellsworth Bennett, Mgr. LIVERMORE, IOWA 9dvj*es that a representative of the Alborl Ua Lamb and Vial Buying Depi will be available beginning , WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 and continue on each Wednesday thereafter to assist in the • buying of Calves and Lambs from this area. Phone Livermore, Iowa 379-1032 STPOil Treatment •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••a** .22 Lwr Rifle Shells 5*50 per carton Nylon Cotton Record Gloves Roaster Cabinets FURNACE STARTING SHOTGUN FILTERS SHELLS DESKS COAST-TO-COAST STORE ALGONA, IOWA PHONf 395-543?

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