Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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2-ALGONA (lows) ADVANCE THURSDAY, SEPt. • Sunday, Sept, 25 there Will be reception of new members in the Methodist church. Those who wish to unite with the are requested to phone .;:' William Notond 6? Mrs. Haahr at the church of- ..been rented but they are not moved in yet. Mr. and Mr*, M. E, Clement* Were visited Monday by the former's motftfef Mrs. M. fi. C1& St. of Jefferson and his niece Mrs., Susan Bird who is going to , Cincinnati!, Ohio, to resume Hef nurses training ; the Senior M.Y.F. seminar will be held at 2:30 p.m. at Env metsburg Sunday, Sept. 25. Mr. tnd ^w. Garden Kuhh have been visited by 1 Mr. and. Mrs. William Kriise, of Lima, Ohio. Mrs. Kruse is a niece tff Mrs. Kuhnr They 'had been at the pells of Wisconsin and on the visit here the .Kuhns took them to West Bend to see the Grotto. Tom Stull hat b««n her* from ' Glendale, Calif. Visiting with friends in, this area. He is a for- i mer Algonan, son. of the late Dr. and Mrs. Stiill and brother of the late Claude Stull of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn took a recent trip in their canip- , er -and .traveled to : Nashua to j see the Little Brown church, to f Festina to see the smallest '•' church in the- world, to Sjrill- ville to see the Billy Clocks, to < Gutteniberg, thence down the Mississippi river shore to Muscatine where, they visited With Bob JCtihn and family and home /via 'the Aitianas. Mrs. Prank Vera hat as guests this ^week her bfdther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. At Hill of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Meehlhause had as guests Sunday the lattef's mother; Mrs. Esther Nagel and Joo' Bargafttm of Hartley. Douglas Barr is now at Ames where he is a junior at the Iowa Statr tiff iVfefSity, and Gafy is a freshman at the Centerville Junior college. They are sons ,6f Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr. Khute Mehl spent Sunday at Mason City with former students he had known when attending the business college there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bird had ?s Weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Call Bird and son Roger of Aurora, parents and brother of Charles. Roger has recently been dismissed from service. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sindelar and family went to Bloomington, Minn. Sunday to see the football "' ' 1111 1 1 in in | M..H..HM-C Continuous flow. Grain Dryin Make. Drying : Ea«y. ( Put *et gnin in the top... Dry cooled grain comes out tutcm* «tco«y ... no cracking or frind. faf.. .perfect quality pU the timsf I GRAIN MYEt pr Implement Co. •.|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..|..i. MM|..|II'| 1 t-H- Mr. and Mr*! Vernell Ludwig were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Joytit, of Chicago, Dl., and. Paul and Vincent Joynt of Clear Lake. •Mr*. Kathryn Mahoney had as guests all of last week her son Russell and friend Rosemarie Karner, of Chicago, 111. Mr*. Kermit Borti* accompanied here from Waterloo by Mrs. Rea Hutchison and have been yisiting with relatives and $'fvMrs. Paul James and Mrs. friends. Mrs. Burtis is a sister of Mrs. Paul James and Mrs. Hutchison visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa arid Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham. Mrs. Laura Burtis, mother of Kermit, is a resident at the Good Samaritan Home on south'Hall street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker had as guests one day last week Mr, and Mrs. William Otto of Ft. Dodge. Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena left Saturday from Mason City via plane to Chicago where she stopped to visit a friend. From there she went to Wooster, Ohio, where she is a student at the college. ^ Among those, who are already moved into the Champ Martin apartment on west Kennedy street are Mrs. Joe Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena, and Dick Godfredson and his father Ernest. Other apartments have while her husband is in Viet Nam. Me is making the his career and his Wife gotte to various bases with him. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Cogley, accompanied by the 'former's si* ter, Helen Cogley y and brother Frank, of Bancroft, went to Po* cahontas Sunday to see a brother and sister-in-law Mr. atid Mrs. Arthur Cogley. Arthur has recently returned from Mercy hospital, F6rt Dodge, where he had surgery. Mrs. Henry Engstrom went to Blue Earth, Minn. 'Monday and visited with her sister Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Rose . Sigsbee and Mr*. Walter Klamp are spending today (Thursday) at Burt with Mrs. Ella Sigsbee., Mrs. J. D. Burn* went to DM Moines last week Friday to bring home*Mr. Bums who will be dismissed this mid-week from the Veterans hospital, Des Moines where he has had periodical checkJUps from time to time the oast few years. • Mr. and Mr*. Walter Klamp have been visited by Mrs. Gertrude Sheldon of Mason . City and Ed Nysven of Des Moines. i Bob Holcomb, son of Mr*. Laura Hough has entered upon his senior year at the' State University of Iowa at Iowa. City. Mr. and Mr*. Russell Wofth of Ogden, Utah, have been at Owatonna, Minn, visiting with the former's mother Mrs. Gertrude Woith. All of them came here for a visit with Mrs: Laura Hough. From here Mrs. Woith accompanied 1 her son and wife to Ogden. , : John William Patterson, con of Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald W. Patterson has entered Kemper Military School and College, Boonville, Mo., for the 1966 ; 67 school year. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Meyer, Ammy Ann and Rebecca Jean, Silver Springs, Md., were visitors at the parental Arnold Meyer home recently. They also attended the funeral of. Mr. Meyer's aunt, Mrs. Lorene Nemitz, Fenton. • Relatives and .friends are in-. vitcd to an open house'honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Koehnecke for their 25th wedding atmiver- sary to be held Saturday, Sept. 24, 8 to 10 p.m. in the Hartley St. Paul's Lutheran church. The Koehneckes are formerly of Whittem'ore. * -, • ~ Mrs. Robert Luesy Isf?'Wed- nesday for Ames where' she will atteftd a Shoft Course; for CotWultaht dietiCiafts spoflsoi'ed by thetJept. of Health, W;el,L artd "Education at fowa SlaCe u vef sity. ' Robert Locey, son of Mrs. Robert Lucey, has entered St. Jhomas college, St. PaUl. Mirtrt.; foi- his freshman year. Burt Lions club againplans Pancake Day ] BoH «- Regular Lions clul) meeting was held Monday, Sept. 19 St the Legion hall. Auxiliary members serving the 7:30 din- rier were Thecla Christensen, Ruth. Alice Patterson, Beth Mil- lef £hd,; Wantalee Hawcott. Quests wete Ray Dfem/riel, ty MahUI, Witdd Rnte StfdUse, 'LsR% Davis, Paul and David Harms. / •the attendance drawing was won by Pete Lacy. Fred Hilton is in charge of the essay contest "Search for Peace." Dale Lockwood resigned as finance chairman for the Scout Fund drive. Lion Hanson accepted .the position. Dartfell McFarland accepted as institution Representative to the Scout committee. , ' . The club voted to sponsor a Lions club calendar again with Lion Lacy as chairman, Fred Hilton is in charge of Pancake Day. Tentative date, Dec. 3. I / " \ .._.. Wi J. Stewart & Son, Burt, has entered 8 Duroc swine in thte 1966 Waterloo Meat Animal Show at the National Dairy Cattle Congress, Sept. 25 through Oct. 2. scorning to Thursday, Sept. 29 COMPLETE LINE OF 1967 CHEVROLETS • CHEVELLES • CHEVY II CORVAIR CORVETTE • CAMARO • CHEVROLETS WATCH FOR BIG ANNOUNCEMENENT IN MONDAY'S ADVANCE ! I 1966 IMPALA AND CHEVELLE 4^DOORS NOW AT ROCK BOT TOM PRICES . . . SEE THEM TODAY AT , , , KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 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We're urging business' irfen to call Only bona fide prospects, not pick names at random ... to call at times convenient to you, avoiding mealtimes, early morning, etc. And we're suggesting that they identify themselves quickly and honestly, avoiding disguised or indirect approaches. What Can You Do? The best remedy for the caller who won't accept your polite "no" is for you simply to hang up. You won't have to listen to his message, and he will surely get yours. NorthwMttrnBiJTeltphonf CompMty SAL YOUR Silt! YOUR STYLE! THE PRICE YOU'VE WAITED FOR! We acquired these fabulous values from one of America's finest and largest mills. The selection is really big-runners, small rugs, large room-size and oversize rugs to handle those hard to lit rooms in just about any color or texture you could want. No need to have less than beautiful floors in your home with' values J ike these available I . 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