Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1966
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fan to leave soon to go to Vietnam Wesley—Bill Cruise arrived home October 5 from Ft. Meade, Md., where he had been Ui army •!, training since April. Nov. 13 he : leaves for Oakland, Calif., and then for Viet Nam. The Vine Cruise's met Bill in Mason City , and they visited the Norman Staudts. Mike Cruise is stationed • in Korea. .toorlahd; l)r. Jim Lillys, Perry; JaH-Foieys; WhHteftio'ri*; - Andrew Millers, Clear Lake; Bet' nard Schrauths, Emmetsbufg; Paul, Sehrauths, Bancroft; eofge Lickteigs and Bert Schrauths arid their guests, of Vesley. The Ben Schrauths and ^awrence Lillies visited the lames Andersons at Spencer Fri- WIZARDS ELECT : The Wesley Wizards met Oct • 8 with Virginia and Mary Muehe. Roll call was answered by 12 members. New officers were elected: Kathy Shaw, presi dent; Shirley Becker, vice; Sig rid Johnson, sec.; Cheryl Cun ningham, treas.; Bonnie Becker , historian; Maria Cink, reporter ''. Dean .Larson, recreation ant music chairman; Wendy lick teig, photographer. Barbara Larson gave a talk Virginia and Mary Muehe gave, a team demonstration. Virginia Muehe and Dorothy Hildman gave demonstrations. Lunch was served by Mrs. John Muehe. ; day; Anderson had suffered San Diego, Calif., for training. Ilie Edmund Loebigs, Rochester, Itid.l met the Al Loebigs in Des Mbines, eriroute to Benvef to at- tettd the wedding of their son Robert, who is in the air force. Wednesday and took ptirt tt tile reception of ttew membefi. She two heart attacks and was hos- jitalized. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Mrs. Schrauth and Lawernce Lillie. He is a son of the [ate Fred Andersons who were Wesley residents many years ago. . WESLEYAN QUEEN Patricia, daughter of the Al Loebigs, was crowned Homecoming queen Saturday night at Garrigan high school at the half time of the football game. Garrigan defeated Estherville 46-13. Patricia is a senior. Becky Lickteig, daughter of Jack Lickteigs, was one of. four candidates. Jim Ypungwirth, son of Larry Young- wirths, was one of four king candidates. CARNIVAL SUNDAY Garrigan high school will have its 8th annual carnival Sunday, Oct. 13. A smorgasbord will have roast beef, ham, and meat balls from 3 to 8 p.m. There will ;be games;'.and the big prize is a colored TV, or a $500 bond. The Julius Ketches and five children, Northfield, Minn., were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs, Viola Studer. The LeRoy Gratidganetts attended a colored TV seminar in Sioux City Friday. Mrs. Herman Bode visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Susan Bisele at Blue Earth, and the Joe Eiseles at Elmore, recently. Mary Jo Becker, who attends the commercial college in Mankato, spent the weekend at the parental, Wilfred Becker's St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, Oct. 18. Circle 8 will serve lunch. The Ray Stevens visited his brother, the Wendell Stevens family, Laurens, Saturday. CbA niet Tuesday. On the kitchen committee were Barbara Lickteig, Viola Studer, Erma Kunz, Kathryn Hamilton, Thelma Blain and Marie Orthel. Enter- AL60NA (Iowa) THURSDAY, OCT. 13, s a district deputy. , Mesdames Stadi Richtorteier, Laura Richter, Irene Mtiefcfe, Mid Josie liokteig returned aiiiday from Cedar Falls where they at- American Martyr's R elf; eat House. . i The Kenneth ProhaskaS, Gar ner, and the Franklin Bode* and Herman Bodes had dinner Sunday at Van's Cafe in Algofit for the birthdays of Mrs. Prohaska and her mother, Mrs. Herman Bode, which were on Oct. 10., Mrs. Orville Smith, Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Clarence litcheson attended the meeting f the Everready club at Mrs Lena Anderson's near Briit hursday. . . '.-.<-. The Jake Meyers, BUrt; Were Sunday callers at the Herman Studers. The Rollin StUders, Of Britt,, were Sunday evening call- REUNION HELD The Ben Schrauths have had as their guests her brother, the Lawrence Lillie's, Rumson, N.'J. Sunday a family gathering was held in St. Joseph's parish hall attended by 67 relatives. They included the Bill Rosses, .Bloomington, Minn.; Mrs. Helen Flynri, St. Paul, Minn.; the Ed Millers, Howard Millers and Jerome Eisenbarths, Algona; James Lillys, ' Spencer; Floyd Byrnes, BUILD ADDITION Martin Hamiltons are having a 66x26 foot addition built to the west side of their present hatchery and TV shop. It will provide additional office space, TV shop and general "storage. tainers were Vanda Pfeffer, Mary 'Oesterreicher, Carol Youngwirth, Mary Krieps Joan Grandganett and Elizabeth Dorn- ENLISTS IN MARINES The Al Loebigs took their son Dick to Des Moines Oct. 12. He had enlisted in the airwing of the marines and will go on to AMERICA MOST Corner of Phillips & McGregor BOX OF 25, FIELD LOAD Shotgun Shells bier. Mrs. Blanche Wagner had as her Saturday guests, Mrs. Abbie Bush, Mrs. Etta Bush, Mrs. Elmma Oxley and Mrs. Inga Wood- bary, all of Corwith. Arlene Goetz, employed at Druggist Mutual Insurance Co in Algona, spent the weekend at the parental, Geo. Goetz's. She had been employed in Minne apolis several years. The Leo Fullers, Albert Lea Minn., called at Urban Lickteigs John Muehe's and Kenneth For mrger's Saturday. Axel Hemmingsen, Storm Lake, was an overnight guest o MS. brother, the Harold Hem mingsen's Sunday turkey dinner guests of Mrs. Sophia Hildman. were the John Wirths, Boone, Ed Hild- nans, the Reese Martins, Earing, Clair Hildmans and Urban Neuroth and David. It was for birthdays of Leo Hildman and John Wirth, October 4. Garrigan will present a 3-act play, Juck Ducky, Oct. 30. Wesley students in the cast are Sue Nelson and Steve Walker. Charles!Price had a heart attack Saturday morning at his home and was taken to the Britt hospital. Mrs. Herman Bode was a guest of the CDA court in Garner ers. The Prairi.e Homemakers met Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Rasmussen. Low base shell with round uniform No. 8 shot for uniform patterns! 12 ga., 16 ga., or 20 ga. — STOCK UP AND SAVE — WATER-REPELLENT DUCK CAP Popular Jones style, with ear flaps. Bush brown. Soft, worm lining. Water repellent cotton army duck. Assorted sizes. MALIARP DRAKE AND HiN DUCK DECOYS Unsinkoble, lightweight, Co n't pyncture! Plastic foom. reo I i stic! USED EQUIPMENT ELEVATORS Kewanee PTO Elevator Meyer Portable Elevator _ $245 PLOWS D-3 MM 3-14 Plow $425 4440 Oliver 4-16 Plow $570 555 J. D. 4-14" Plow $425 SHELLERS No. 6 John Deere Corn Shelter with PTO drive, trailer type $795 1200 MM Sheller $1245 MM 1200 PTO Shellmaster $139 1210 M.M. w/48' of Drags $1895 PICKERS MM 250 Picker $945 6A New Idea Pickers $150 - $325 UP Uni Picker with multi- lube $795 J. D. 227 Mtd. Picker ___! $745 TRACTORS MM M5 $2995 MM-M5 with PS & TA ___ $2850 MM ZB $595 UB M. M. $1495 445 MM $1495 860 Ford with Ford Ind. L sader A Snow Scoop $1795 MISCELLANEOUS Hobart engine driven Portable 'Welder and Generator . $365 Several used Stalk Cutters for tale Also New Stalk Cutters for Rent Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson will t>e leaving in a few v;?eks for their winter home at Clearwater, Fla. Enroute they will stop at Madison, Wis. to visit with their son-in-law and daughter^,'-Dr. and Mrs. William Bobbins and family and at LaPorte, Ind. to visit with another daughter, Mrs. C. M. Fisher and family. Friends of Mrs. Paul..B«nia. mins, nee Alice Moline farmer Algonan, will be interested in learning she was married quite recently to Mr. Wright. They live at Coral Gables, Fla. More details will be had soon from a friend with wihom she corresponds. Mr. and Mrs. John Sires and \lr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark were isited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. John Sires Jr. and Wendy, of Cedar Rapids. John Sires Sr. left this week 'or Iowa City where he will have a checkup at the university hospital and possible surgery. Betsey Weber and her roommate of Des Moines spenjt the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Groen. Mrs. Groen is .mother of Betsey. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey have been visited by the form er's brother Arnie Hovey [lewopdl Calif., who m. here to visit with othei brothers and sisters-in-law Mr and Mrs. Edwin Hovey and Mr and Mrs. K. M. Hovey at Keno sha, Wis. : " * 345 Mrs. John Dutton is expected vein \vhefe she was with a sister Mrs. Myrtle Ellis, 87^ who w»s sick and died October 1. Mrs. Ellis' funeral services were held there Tuesday. Mf. anld Mrs. Edward ostrum adttie from. Sher- jUrn, Minn., for th« rites and brought Mrs. CteUliJh home. : Mr. and Mrs. A. S, Oakland iiave returned from a visit with their son John at Tunk Hannack, Pa. John is employed with the Becktel Refining and Petroleum company. He took his parents to New York City for the weekend during which time they saw Ginger Rogers in "Hello Dolly" Enroute home they stopped at Delaware, Ohio and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pre^thus. There has been a slight re-arrangement for observances of birthdays at the Good Samaritan Homes. The first and second Tuesdays of the month will observe the birthdays of those on the first,' the second Tuesday those on second . and third Of Good Samaritan!, the third Tuesdays will observe the birthdays at Good Samaritan Home II, and the Auxiliary meetings will be held the fourth Tuesdays at the new home after which the ladies will call on those at the old home. , \ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk and their son-in-law and ^daughter Mr: and Mrs: Louis Hanson of Burt, and their son Fred Funk, of Humboldt attended the Pitn, at the Foster building start- n.g p«A(. 24. (Aafles Ullotn, coordinator of distributive educa- ion at the Algona high school is hJiildltttg f castration. tSrtroll- ment is litttited to '25 persons on a first come; first serve basis. Survivors-, include a son*- services: Thursday morning, at Minneapolis, Minn, for Adolph Funk, brother of Herman. He •nd Sale No. 37 IHC 13' Tandem Disc $495 Stan Hoist Loader with Snow Scoop $195 BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main ALGONA home from Omaha, Neb. the latter part of the week. She is wjith her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton to whom a son was born recently and has been named Robert Joseph. Other children in the family are Gary and Jan. Mrs. Milton Dahl left Friday for Pella and there joined her daughter Mrs, Merle Pratt who with the children John, Dave and Debbie will go to the Ozarks. 'he trip was won by Mrs. Pratt nd included reservations at a motel, meals for those whom she vanted as guests. En route home fter the weekend at the Ozarks hey will go to Noel,.Mo., where Mrs. Dahl had"viSit9d' previously a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson oad as Sunday guests Haze rooks and Frances Wright, of lagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert are on vacation and are taking a trip along the Mississippi, stop ping at Guttenfourg briefly and ihencs to Minneapolis and St Paul Minn., where they have rel atives. Mr. Gilbert's mother Mrs :hris , Magnussen of Jackson Minn., is here to be with th daughter Martha during her par ents absence. Mrs, Florence Peterson had major surgery Monday at at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Dena Boekelman and Mrs. Henry Otto are hospitalized at St. Ann. Dena Kohlhaas took Mrs. Fern Foster and Mrs. Nell MoCall, of Omaha, Neb. to Fort Dodge Tuesday, a trip made just to enjoy the lovely scenery. Mrs. Myra Ostrum has returned from a five weeks stay at Oel- ad been sick with diabetis for ome time and several months go' had surgery making him a louble amputee. He is" survived sy ; his wife, four sisters, four M-others 1 , and two sons. • ; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner lave been visited 1 by the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Irs. Clyde Kissell of Sargeant, Neb. With them the Gardners vent to Minneapolis, Minn, to attend the graduation of the Kissell's daughter, Linda, from the Northwestern Institute. Supervisory course is dated here The Algona Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the State College; of Iowa, Cedar Falls, is sponsoring a five-week supervisory ''development, program this-fall, v •' \"'-'.; .''•'.• This course is designed to give supervisory 'and, r managemen personn^r an opportunity to ex amine ,m.odern techniques o supervisioh:"'!. •>• *\••'"•'\t<>''"•'• Such topics as employee mo tivation, .delegation, training, anc employee evaluation will be cov red. Roger. Ditzertberger, direc or of adult education at the Fl Dodge Commumity college, wil ie instructor. ; The class, will .'meet, each Mon day evening from 7:30. to 9:30 Milton Pettit, ex-Lone Rock, dies in Reno Word has been received of the death of a former Kossuth native and resident, Milton Logan Pettit, 60, in. Reno, Nev. Mr. Pettit ha'd been ill for some time and was. under the care of a sister, June, Mrs. Nathan Abelman Burial was in San Jose, Calif. where Mr. Pettit had been an accountant for many years. He was born on the family farm west of Lone Rock Jan. 23 1906, "the 10th of 12 children o William Clinton and Edith Peck Pettit. His grandparents, Isaa and Hannah" Orwig Peittit, anc William, and Lois Titbbs Peck Were early settlers in Kossuth, moving here by covered wagon over a hundred years ago. His, father died in Lone Rock in 1920 and his mother died in 1951 in Reno, Nev. He was also preceded' in death by brothers Alfred A., Sidney C., Donald R., and sisters : Maude, Mrs. Ora Cameron; Faith I., and Maxine A. .. , y, 6f PM., a .datighter? »yli Claife, In "Italy, and' the following sisters and brother, ClaUdfe W., Dbwney, Calif.} Mrs..:Edwafd (Blendfa) Hauptfnan ( . Corwith", Mrs. i Mward (Ruth) Fischer, Hibbihg, Minn.; Mrs. Wellihgi^h Bstelle) Bagiey, San Jdse, Calif.; _______ , Mrs. ! Nathan (June) ' Abelrrtan, Ma high ANTIQUE 2 DAY SALE ftenfe, PLE&OES Cheryl Rtlsfe, Bless Rusks, hi _ •Phi TMteAlily'"^ Drake university.'Sfie __, man, arid graduated ttdffl AnV MM hirtti tfttt/uit • r . -5 i3&&. PP -'j"&l Fairgrounds. Humboldt, Iowa j ; j i > Furniture, etc., FRIDAY, OCT. 14 .'•... i , , < f *S* Dishes, etc., SATURDAY, OCT. 15 ' • '"ye Hundreds of pieces of varioiis European Chinas; Cut and Pressed Glassware; Numerous Picture Frames, Furniture, Collectors' Items: ! e ' - t Phone 332-2102 Htoinboldt (Both dishes and furniture). John P. Mansfield, Conserv. Happy Families EAT OUT! S 17" A'lVPG RESTAURANT and V AIM O HIDEAWAY LOUNGE Hwys. 18 & 169 ALGONA. IOWA Phone 295-3727 NV.^^ FARM LOANS YES — WE HAVE MONEY TO UOAN ON GOOD FARMS TO BORROWERS WHO CAN QUALIFY. i SEELEY REALTY CO. (OVER S & L) Offict Phone 295-2350 — R»f. 5-3174 or 5-2«70 NOW, as many kinds as there are kinds of drivers to enjoy them—from the SS 396 (the Chevelle for the DRIVING MAN) to the brand new Concours Custom Wagon! Long live Chevelle! And its trim dimensions, sharp performance and great maneuverability. For '67, there're a new grille, new wraparound taillights and distinctive sheet-metal changes, the effect is a newer, more contemporary look. As for specific models, one is completely new: the sumptuous Concours Custom Wagon shpwn below, featuring the rich look of wood outside. Then there's the SS 396 with a 396-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet Y8, special suspension and an even For '67, everything new that could happen . . . happened/ Now, atyour Chevrolet dealer's more remarkable capacity for delighting the stout of heart. Other models, too: Malibu, 300 Deluxe and 300, all with Body by Fisher, In addition, every '67 Chevelle carries a multN tude of new safety features such as a GM-developed energy-absorbing steering column, four-way hazard warning flasher, dual master cylinder brake system with warning light, Try a Quick-Size Chevelle at your Chevrolet dealer's, Chevelle Concours Custom Wagon 14 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. fW CORN!t QP COgRTHOUSI ALGONA, IOWA PHONE

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