Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 2
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2-ALOONA (lewa) AOVAMCt MONOAV, OCT. 3, * * - \ L 1*66 Bulldog by Cathy Chrisehilles factulry follies Step the World — 'Iowa 'Falls Watife! To pet On featuring the new Chris- tip Mayers was given to a SRO house Thursday, This igaila written and directed by Mrs. Kalar featured a cast of fifty high school teachers in a rollicking skit. Therp were 'many stellar performances, but each student is loyal to his owji favorite. The feast follows; Timex Allen. Han- *ly Andy Andersen^ Whirling JOervish Camerrisch, Pally Chally, Cashmere Chiquet, Capable Christie, Southern Comfort, Fu- ive Febles, Skinjeas Franco, ^Gorgeous George, Premier Dan cuse Hanson, Sih-h-h Hender en, Minus Brinkley Huntley; Lovern Bird Johnson, Killer Ka ar, Kindly Kelley, Creep Kniep, Cnees Knobjoch, Elk Kueck, Ida- 10 Kuyper, Languorous Langman, Bloody Lagore, Luschious 3hter, 'Loveless Lindholm, Ca nary. Martin, Yokel.Meyer, Ma trix Miller, Choreographer Mox- iey, Wildlife Nettle ton, Homelife Nettleton, Crash Nielsen, Artless 31son, Palaver Palmer, Painless Payne, Shot Putnam, Earthy Se- frit, Symphonic Lai Sefrit, Biologist Simpson, Robin Sonksen, [Jollege-of-your-Ohoice' .Sorensen, Sweet Sowers, Supernumerary Stephenson, Lull 'em Ullom, Violent Van Haaften, Chicken Man Vint, Woebegone Warner as Iffy Iowa Falls; Whish Wischhot, Dazzling 'Damozel Zumach. ... Thanks faculty or this evening to remember. Every year the) "Red Leaves of Autumn" will re-' mind us of Homecoming 1966. , ;'. —AHS-- ; , This teen-age scribe is aghast at the poor taste of some adults in booing at football games! If we don't st^nd for something, we iwiu fall for anything. * • • ' " Going Hunting? — Avail yourself of 3 way insurance protection covering accident*, .'baggage 'insurance and liability to others; aris- ~il»0>4ronV'«ports participation. * '"^r ... This includes accidental death coverage for -the insured and is a short term coverage all in one policy. Buy only what you need for the trip. ' * ' Learn from the mistakes of others. — you don't live long enough to make them all yourself, :' : ' -'• ".. ''• ••*• . •• The difference between a junior executive and a senior executive .may be as much as forty pounds. charge of the gifts. (Ushers, junior in library science .--The'bride is a graduate of the I at A. I. B., D?s Molnes, Marilyn Railway Motors, in€i f «, 'Zemaiis bu8ifl«38 ,- St. KliWill . *if jm , e^wwkMwwvx,i • «V*. .-.ff-,— *—? »~—150 -£.• Y* 4 " - >!»• Cevlon Tiigh school of Cfeyidn, nas, is a freshman. At Ic>wa City, vunn, and is engaged in farm- Terry, son of the Ray Friedens, ^- • «'...• is a junior in journalism. Afiatt Jacobson will leave for Omaha lor automotive mechanics school. Wife of tx-Ledyard paslor Married at Titonka MaLora Beal and Wayne West- - News flash I The juniors have their prom idea thanks to Dale Pedersen . 'Would you • believe Dump Mystic? — AHS— On Saturday, Sept. 24, the F.T.A. organization went to Forest City to attend the North Central District Future Teacher Convention. Mrs. Max Goldman from Forest (My spoke on the topic F.T.A., A Will and a Way. Jeff Allen was >eleoted District Treasurer. INSURANCE AGENCY Algema Iowa Homecoming' has c hanged somewhat this year and the crowning of the queen is one of the^changes This year Connie Derbyshire was crowned Homecoming Queen 1966. This year the schedule was as follows: ...... ,,.-;.• . j 7:15 — -Crowning of the queen; 7:30 — Faculty follies. :.t"J-;rf 8:00 — Snake dance and parade. •• ;•• ... .-.."•;.;.. , .; .8:15 — Burning of the dummy Friday. 1:30 — Judge displays. 3:15 ,T-.. Pep rally. '' 7:30 — Announce display winner. Welcome and response. Re- crown queen. 7:45 — Game. 10:00 — Homecoming Dance. GRANDPARENTS — Little Kirk Russell, 8-month -old son of Mr. and Mrs. Greg Russell of Lincoln, Neb., can boast of having 11 grandparents, all lowans. phal exchanged wedding vows Sunday, Sept. 4 at the Good Hope Lutheran church at Titonka. The formal double ring ceremony was performed; by Rev. A. F. Geratmann at 7:30 ip.m. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beal of Wesley and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Westphal . of Fairmont, Minn . Mrs. Leonard Leeck presented the traditional .nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Donald Budjong, soloist, as she sang "O Perfect Love," "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer," Matron of honor was the bride's sister Mrs. Harlan Harms of Titonka, The bridesmaid was a cousin of the groom, Mrs. ell Laue of Fairmont, Minn, .The flower girl fas Lori Lubei now of Armstrong, second cousin of the groom. Ringbearer was Michael Seggerman of Minonk, 111., who carried the rings at taohed to a white satin pillow. Blending the brio^gr.opm as bm- man^was. ; lterrell-Jtotinan of Fairmont, Minn., cousin of the jroom. Groomsman was Lowejl Laue of Fairmont, Minn., .cousin of the groom. Ronald Seggerman of Minonk, III. and Wayne Lubenow of Armstrong served as ushers. .: : . _,;. ' •,-'• Following the ceremony;a'', ception for relatives and friends was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Laue as the hosts. Guests were registered by Lois Beal and Sandra WestpMi. The punch servers were Linda Bea and Sharon Westpbal, and the cake was cut by Mrs. Ray mom Seggerman and Mrs. Henry J Laue, aunts of the bride and groom respectively. Coffee pour ers were Mrs. Ronald Seggerman and Mrs. Mearl Baarts. Waitresses"^ were Sheryl Gray Janet Buffington, Myrna Rike Peggy Michaelsen and Linda Smidt. Serving as hostesses in the kitchen were Rae Krantz Jennie ITode, Vivian Dietrich, Vi ola Spear, Lillian Honken, Flor ence Spear and Lorraine , , llhe gmotti is .J grMUAtg, ,of .MWj .daughtef of the Ed Kei tig south of Fairmont, Minn. Following a wedding trip, the newlyweds are making their lome on the farm. Shower given at Ottosen for a recent bride Ottosen — Mrs. Jack Strickland, nee Gloria Tofteberg, was given a bridal shower.Saturday at the Lutheran church. She was married to Sp. 4/c Jack Strickland Aug. 18 and he is now in service in Viet Nam. Gloria and her mother, Mrs. Leo Tofteberg and grandmother, Mrs. Mike Hinz, LuVerne, were 11 given corsages Mrs. Richard Kinseth announced the program Mrs. Robert J LeiMont gave several readings A musical skit was given with Mrs. Richard Kinseth accompan st. Linda LeMont, Marsha and Karen Kinseth sang in the skit Helping with gifts were Mary Hawkins^ Rhonda Barton, Linda LeMont, Marsha Kinseth, Kathj Bratland and Margaret Ba'/Jien who also registered the guests. Hostesses were Mrs. James Ja cobson, Mrs. James Banwanl Mrs. Lester Wehrspann., Mrs. Al Ian Watnem, Mrs. Richard. Kin seth, Mrs. Mina Wehrspann, Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. H. D. Benson, Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Anna Purdy, Lodyard »— Funeral services were held at Waiikeshau, Wis. aturday for the wife of. a former Ledyard pastor, Mrs. Edward Nuss, 76, who died Thursday. She had been ill with can- :er and had been hospitalized They were married in October, 916. They served the Bethany S & R church here from 1941 un- 11 December, 1953. Survivors in elude her husband, .son, Dr. Wil ard Nuss, teaching in a Bible college in London, Ontario, Ca • A1io«, Mn. nome address of We Nussefl |s .ari^»m^n ) ^wiuW. Ofle'WS W0* Gfeetrfidd, New jistet.Mrs. O. J* Vrieseti, Jjgfir,»Wn, Wta. <' wood, Minfl., abo .'-I' 1 - tEDINO GRAVEL AND EXCAVATING ON HMINC IHSTAUEO THE AEWTWH 2-WAY FM MOMLE MMO SYSTEM. Radio .dispatched vehicles will now provide betterthan- ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how yoii ein use 2'way radio in your business. Call today for convincing demonstration. 8 OCTOBER 22 OCTOBER 28 FOOTBALL Broadcast Day * •» i. < . . llCONft-HUMBOLDT . I BARRtGAM-PMEIll HWH . . ALCONA-HAMPTON Mrs. Donald Usher and Mrs. Fred Kampen, Ottosen; Mrs. Clifford Helland, Mrs. Arlis Kinseth, Mrs. Donald Bakken, Mrs. Arnold Bratland and Mrs. Melvin Bratland, Bode; Mrs. Raymond Kading, Fenton; and Mrs. Howard Barton, Livermore. ATTENDING COLLEGES Attending colleges this fall are at Ames: James, son of'the Knut Oppedhals, sophomore, with a mathematics major; Robert, son of the Donald Coopers, freshman in electrical engineering; Howard, son of the Arthur Zemans, junior in forestry. At Cedar Falls: Kathy, daughter of the Oscar Williams, senior in business • •"•'•":» -•*.«-' «L«, Sandra Fritz, Virginia Jorgen education. son and Joan Spee were in | Sara, daughter of the Donald BURIAL PLAN WHY LEAVF: A BURDEN ON YOUR LOVED ONES? WHO WILL PAY THE HIGH EXPENSES WHEN YOU PASS ON? HELP ONE ANOTHER IN TIME OF NEED A BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION IS COMPOSED OF A GROUP OF PEOPIJB WHO AGREE TO HELP ONE ANOTHER IN TIME OF NEED BY EACH MEMBER DONATING A SMALL AMOUNT WHEN A FELLOW MEMBER PASSES ON. THIS WAY IT AFFORDS PROTECTION FOR ALL WHILE WORKING A HARDSHIP ON NONE- IF A FR1ENP PASSED AWAY, WOULD YOU SEND $1.25 FOR FLOWERS? JF SO, HERE IS A BETTER WAY TO HELP. _________ $|T THiii LOW COST FACTS TQPAY To: WESTERN IOWA BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION 1048, Spencer, Iowa Dear Sirs: PIJAJ3E SEND ME MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PLAN Age- Address OPEN HOUSE OCTOBER 5 at Elmer Engelbarts Farm THoika, kwa - 10A.M. MOW TO OET THERE 3 P.M. Saturdays-6HM) A.M. ON KLGA GONE ACCOUNT UP THIS YEAR ? Elmer f ne«lb«rtt farm is located 3Va miles ea$t, 2 miles north and % mil* east of Titenki on the south side of the road, All are welcome to see this entirely new way of feeding hogs. Triple "F" Feed specialist*4*j)|l be on hand to explain the new feeding program Engelbarts is using in this ceiMKned hog feeding set up. Suppliers representing companies that manufacture thf*products used in this hog feeding program will also be on hand to answer questions. NEW confined hog feeding sot-up! Elmer Engelbarts has built two new building* to house his 750 head of hegc. Ont building if 3| * 136 fett to handle the 750 head of feodtr pigs, AM feeding if done automatically. The second building on his farm if 34 * *6 feet which if used for an isolation and sorting house, Engelbartf has an automatic JKi* Mill to handle his grinding and mixing. A new Grual-Omatic liquid foeding fVftom if also inttaHed in those buildings. See for yourself the latest in modern confined hog feeding at the Elmer Engelbarts farm, ft their guest for the day. Sponsored by Triple "F" Feeds. : FREE Coffoo & Donuts Triple "f" Feeds if sponsoring this Open Hovi* it Engelbartt Farm. All TRIPLE "F" FEEDS - OES MOINES, IOWA If you had put $25,000 in a savings account on January 3 of this year, by September 2 that $2 5,000 would have bought stocks that were priced at $29,675 on January 3. This means that yoursavings account increased 18.7% in stock purchasing power in addition to paying generous earnings over this period. (These figures are based upon the Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks at the market close on these dates.) We're not saying that it is unwise to invest in the stock market. Far from it. The stock market is a vital part of our national economy, and stockbrokers perform a useful and necessary function. , What we are saying is that many investors keep a substantial part of their estates in savings accounts in Insured'Savings and Loan Associations such as ours. They have safety, liquidity and good earnings. And, if the stock market goes' down, the value of their savings accounts goes up in terms of the number of shares of stocks they can buy. How many ppintiihaiyaur savings account gone up this year? I N L, U hi L D Saving make* the difference] Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Awov»ti Fylly IntuirteJ to 110,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCi 1917-ALQONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by Corpor»tiofl p Federal , D.'c. Loan

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