Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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t-AL£6NA Oewaj ADVANCE THURSDAY, 56PT. M, 1966 Titonka man, 74, dies; rites there Tuesday Yitonka — George .1, Rippentrop, 74, died Saturday at, the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt, after having been admitted only that morning. Funeral services were Tiles- day at -the ftamsev Reformed church, with Rev. John Janssen officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. Casket bearers were Henry Plaisier, Enko Smidt, Alrek Boeckholt, Ed Stecker, Genree Hicks and Bruno Bruns. Blake funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. RippentroD was bftrn on March 1, 1892. on a farm near Titonka, son of John K. and Mary Willemsen Rkmentroo. He was married ti Anna Swn- lye in OctoVr, 1.914, and lived his entire life on a farm .near. Titonka. Survivors are three daughters: (Jennie) Mrs. Albert Slepier, Lakota; (Irene), Mrs. Alvin Gray. Chili. Wis., and (lola) Mrs 1 . Vernon Grav, Corwith: 3 sons: John' S. and Raymond of Titonka and Edgar of St. Paul; six sisters: Mrs. Anna tJkena, Lakota; Mrs. Mapgie Boekelman. Mrs. Marv Welhousen, Mrs. Ella Sleper, Mrs. Johanna TJhben and Mrs, Gertrude Rike. all of Titonka. He was precodp'd in de'afh By his wife, in 1931, three sons, and a brother. BUFFET SUPPER Titonka Woman's flub had its 6-30 buffetVpiinDer/Thursday at Mr. and Mrs George Diers. tlife Bauers Will remove some of the buildings and plan to remodel the home. They will move into .their new home -March i, Sen. Jack Miller to speak to COP Monday ,, i , '*, the home of Mrs. Henry Orthel. Assistim? hpstese«s w«re Mas- dames Clarence Brandt. H. W. Kitzinger. Harrv Beed arid J. J.- Budlong. Mrs. Mary Budlong ore- sented an interestine talk oh the history of Titonka. Guests at the meeting were nountv twiHpnti Mrs. Leonard Elbert of Whittemore, Brownie loaders Mr*:. Paul Ferguson and Mrs. Gary Hoover, and ( Girl '-"Scout leaders Mrs. Phillip A«a,; Judy DeBoer and Mildred Ullman. BUFFALO HpMEMAKERS The Buffalo 4 Twp: ers held their first fa 11-meeting FYiday at the'' home o'f• Mrs: M^rL- tha Bovkeri* \yith Mrs. Erwin Ed r en, co-host£ss. The short lessor? "'»s give" f>v*Mr«.-T)qugl;»s Mechler on Pride of Farm Bureau. Featured on ' the program was Marian Carlson, beautician, who demonstrated; and talked on wigs, hair pieces and hair styling. / FEDERATED CLUB Titonka .Federated club held its first fall meeting Thursday evening. This was a buffet supper, and reception for the teachers and newcomers to the community. The den mothers of Cub Scouts were also guests. Speaker for the evening wan Mrs. J. Roy Boyd of Boone. who, spoke and demonstrated, "Wraps and Ties." Titonka Methodist WSCS met on Wednesday p.m. Mrs. William Schram led devotions -arid Mrs. Paul Ferguson presented t the 4 lessSon;$"Mission to'Six'Con- Grant twp. farmer's ruled suicsde 6raht twp, — Orvillfe Ramse, 39-y'eKr- bid -Grarit .to'Wttship farmer, was found dead at noort Saturday in a farm outbuilding. Death was apparently suicide, Dr. R. D. Brainerd, iuVerne, leputy ' medical examiner for Kbssuth county, said death waS ittributed td a self-inflicted gunshot wound, , The body was discovered by a neighbor, Nels Madsen. It is believed death had occurred a •hort time earlier. ' Mr. Ramse was born July 25, 1907 in Grant township, Kossuth ' ' * y. oft the sanie farm except fof g '.horf period in 1 the B'fiC^IyfT 4 vi< cinity.- ' * He was married at East Chain in 1940,to.Inez Ols'on. who.sur- vives. He was a member of the East Chain Lutheran church, serving a* trustee and financial secretary for a number df yea He" a'lsa was a 1 member of t Grant Township School Board. Surviving besides: his Wife are a son, Arnold, and a daughter, Mrs. Luther Erickson, .both of St. Paul. Two brothers and three sis- i p.m. Tuesday at the* East Chaifl uUthefart' dhdrch, with the Rev mchsrd Hatie, pitstof, tffficiM- ;; hg(. Burial Was in the chtifch bounty, and lived all of his life ters are Lester and Everett Ram- Myrtle and Josephine and ttot returned it-/ to Ramse aftd Mrs, Selmer thofnp- . „ , ,, , „ A 30ft, nil of fifWelyn. ~ teturft it at their earliest Funeral services Were held It r EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE The local, American Legion wishes to, i-cinirid. the Algona community that they have for loan whefrl chair*, hospital beds, walkers, exercise bar,. heat ele- • Iowa's popular •ju'biot^ Senator, Jack Miller, will speak in Algona Monday, Sept. 26, at a 7 p.m. dinner at tha Garrigan High auditorium.- • • Master of ceremonies -for the program Will be W. B; "Bing" Mac-Donald, Algon-a attorney and repubHitiah candidate for .Ros- sutli counity attorney. All -republican tandidates for state offices have been invited, .to atteirid the diniSs'r.] Jliusicai highlighit, of the pfbgram will b'e soloist Cbrfme Shimel singing the Pledge of Allegiance. Elvin Godfredson of Swoa City will provide organ music. Karl Kiilsholm, GOP can- diidate .for,; sitiate represeintatiLVei will iriitroduce Senator Milkr. Tickets for the dinner can. be purchased from committee mieri and women; or .by writing to Box 22, Algona, or calling 2952461 or 295-3983. Tne price, is $2.75, .for St&d'ents .and $5 fcyr adults. The' event is open to all. of Algona, Among yoiing people returning and entering college are Carol Haack at Wartburg, Waverly, and Audrey Boelkes, North-, western college, at Orange City. Two homes sold at Bancroft Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs, Francis Schiltz have purchased the Andrew Fangman home in Bancroft. They have tenanted the home for several years from Mr. Fangman. Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer purchased the acreage owned by Funeral services for Fralie Harrison '/Fritz" Jean, 73-ye'air- old retired Algona farmer, were held Tuesday afternoon at the McCullough funeral chapel in " •"•''- •'• : " " ' •'"-"• '"''• Rev. Harold LaBruyere, Spencer, officiated and burial was in Linn Grove. Serving as pallbearers were August Slagle, Leslie Huff, James McEnroe, Mike i'.Wap- wr, Fred Groribach and Edward Kain. Mr. Jean died Saturday night at his home here. Mr. Jean had lived in the area since 1943. He was born in Illinois, the son of Mr. and Mrs, Millard Jean. He was married to Eilen Swanson at MadeJiia, Minn. in 1918 and she preceded him in dei'th'.iri 1960. -,. , . . .-• Th^;' coTiiple' 1 f^riited ; n'ortft of Algona uantil retirement. Survivors include two daughters, Joan of Spencer and Delores, Mrs. Wayne Barr of Grand Meadow, Minn, One son died in infancy, There are also .three brothers and two grandchildren surviV' ing. ment, ftisffcituf & Ippliahfces, f he4d Mme aM trutches, This e^tiipnfsht is open iti loan to anyons.in the coriimu'nlty who expresses a need. Loan may be made by contacting Frank- Saiter or Lyle Steele, Algbna. The Legion asks that anyone who has borrowed equipment tof the .irvjttgton t|. p, Wr, mmtt'Qftmm'Vitet Hafc&Sa* t; treal, LaVoil McVay; white cross mart,,Doris DaviS; Spiritual life New functional hmd toute** and ibecific marWngs buretor and dual exhaust*. A new option with the In ieveral Areas identify the 1867 oSfomoblle 4-4-2, 4*4 lit 1007 ii Oldsmpbite's 3-speed Turbo Hytlru- aft opliori available oil Crtlaii Supreme 2-door Malic trartsmlssfon. A*le fatitfi available with, tlie modeN, including »W <>^enMble. The equiptiien^ , corhpriie<a400cublciik!kV4eii|iiie,4-banelcar^ See it Sept. 55&tri at DaU'S Garage, Algona. VOTE REPUBLICAN NOV. 8th Paid Political Ad GET TWO-WAY PROFIT FROM OUR FARMER-DEALER PUN HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: 1. Purchase pre-mix feed supplement and.medication. 2. Sell friend and neighbors. 3. Special discount on soybean oil meal, meat scraps, and tankage. 4. Free consultation from company veterinarian and field man. WRITE; FARMER-DEALER PLAN Bo* 1230 CfPAB RAPIPS, IQWA ONE OF THE FINEST HOMES IN THE WOODED EDITION SOUTH OF ALGONA f his biai/tiful hem* i* located in approximately In th**«cluded wooded aera just south of Algona. It o'ffDrf to many extras such at — •Paneled family room — New kitchen^^ Insulated and glassed-in porch — 2 fireplaces -^~ Two bedrooms and full bath upstairs — Two bedrooms and full bath on lower level <— Lots of closets and storage. space — Outside fireplace—- Newly carpeted bedrooms, fining room and living room— Double garage — Separate building for tools and much more. PRICED AT LEAST $8,000 UNDER REPLACEMENT COST. 2 Bedroom Home — Can be expanded to 3 bedrooms by finishing upstairs. Nice kitchen with dining space — completed recreation room, garage, paved drive. Excellent condition ._ _ 2 Bedroom Home — Hot water gas heat, nice kitchen, carpeted living room, garage. Very nice petio or screened porch _ ___ _________________ $11,000 3 Bedroom with double closets — only 3 years old.. Lots of cupboerds, built-in stove and even, garbage disposal, Bath has vanity, plenty Of closet and drawer tpice. Air conditioner, living room and hall carpeted, attached garage, paved drive _.___. ___i _ $!8/500 •I FARMS FOR SALE 90 A, — Near Burt — This is « good 80 with modern home, gas furnace, good outbuildings — Only $5,000 down, balance on 10 year contract. A. ™ near Algona. Good buildings — C«n be bought on contract. 320 A. ^ B«tween Bancroft and Swea City -— A top farm 310 A. - North of Austin - All under cultivation -. buildings. $335 per A — Contract. SEELEY REALTY CO • PAUL M/IEELEY * MARK O No Sidelines — 20 Ye«rf Experience with over 30,000 acres of ffrm Und sold § Algol's only "FULL TIMP" Btal iitate Firm PHONE ??I-?3IC-K<OM| PHONE 295-3174 f §1 Appr**ier «. W# givt you •!W% »f f yr time ancj e ¥ peri«yic* i^!&^r YOU i»fWAU Of

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