Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 13, 1966
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Alqono Koivuth (ouritv THUUfDAY, OCT. 1J, 1944 - ALOONA, IOWA - Ottown has • ,',_-, _. . / last meeting of Larger Parish Ottoitn — The Trinity Larger Parish of Presbyterian churches from Pocahontas, Livermore and Ottosen met here Sunday tot the iMttime. The Irvington congregation was also here and a fellowship dinner followed. The Trinity Larger Parish has been dissolved and there is now a joining of the Irvington, btiosen and Livermore congregations. The four . congregations decided to meet once a year for fellowship. AT SOTH WEDDING The, Antone Speichs attended the 50th wedding of the John Swansons at the library at Renwick Sunday. They also visited the Paul Heggens. Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. Sam Kro{tf,kJanet Hefty, Mrs. Roy Teliorw Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Mrs. Edward Zinnel visited Mrs. Mary Hansen at the rest home at Spirit Lake Thursday. <, 'The David Evensons, Liberty, Mo., sprat the weekend at Ivan Evenson/i. • y/, The Roy Jacobsons were weekend gu&ts at Nick DeFrancisco's in Des Moines. Their daughter, Mrs. De Francisco, returned home with them for a week. 1 Monday guests of Mrs. Loren Daniel were the Roy Holts, of Spicer, Minn., Jesse Van Bus- kirks, Spencer, and 'Margaret Holt. The Ray Holts were Monday guests of Margaret Holt. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen returned Wednesday after a week with relatives at Cambridge, Wis. The Donald Larsons were Sunday guests at Max Nye's at Fertile and in the evening visited the Henry Mertzes at Wesley. The Robert Naeves, Santa Ana, Cah'f., are spending the week with her parents, the Oliver Kinseths. y The Ray Haugens, AJgona, and the Oscar Williams visited the Hans Hansons at Keister, Minn., Sunday.^ AHbn MHsyen,. IBode^ was a Sunday guest at Percy Wai* nem's and in the afternoon all Visited the Louis Dippels, Belmond. The James Ramvarts had their card club Sunday. The Paul Kampens had high, Mrs. Robert Waechter had low for women, and Verne Waechter low for the men. The Elmer Johansons, Lanyon, were Sunday guests at Gerald Hoffman's. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the weekend at the T. N. Rogness home at Thor. The Oliver Kinseths visited Mrs. Melvina Bergum at Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Fred Neiwald and Mrs. Irene Mueller, of Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests at Ray Pen tico's. The Mike Coyles were Sunday visitors at Donald Brandhoy's. The Eilt Hundertmarks, Mai lard, Larry Telford and the Edward Zinnels were Sunday visitors at Louis Jacobson's. Mrs. Tillie Lenning, Dakota City, was' a weekend guest at De Vere Newton's. St. Joe NMaifowd fetal diMdtved and this w»» the Fr»nld ( iftd their son, the Mike Mrs. SylvMtor Tiie Leonard McGuires, Mrs. Paul Thilges Jr., of here, Mike Schmit, Algona, and Mrs. Ed Ma- jerius, Des /Moines, returned on Saturday from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they had been called Monday by the serious illness of their sister, Mrs. Therman Pruitt. Mrs. Pruitt had "quick" pneumonia, but was improving. The Bob Nelsons, Laurence, Kans., and Bob Zeimet, Angela and Robin, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with the Eugene Zei- niets. Mrs. Nelson, the former Mary Sue Zeimet, and BOD Zei met are daughter and son of the Zeimets. The Joe ville, spent Ringsdorfs, Center the weekend here Rock 4-H girls club may be disbanded Lone Reck — The Lively Rockets met Saturday with Joan Binzen. There, were eight members present. Roll call was answered with a color swatch. It was decided to continue until the first of the year, and then disband, because of lack of a leader. Mrs. Robert is the leader at the present. ; A $3 bill for pictures was pre sented. The Lively Rockets presented the Lone Rock Legion post with a wall clock, to be used in the Lone Rock Legion hall. The presentation was made to the Legion Auxiliary meeting last Wednesday. Kathy Binzen gave a demonstration. The girls played games, and lunch was served by the Binzen girls and co- hostess Brenda Bernard. with her parents, the Raymond Kohlhaases and with his parents the Wendell Ringsdorfs, Burt. Kristine Plathe, daughter of the Milford Plathes, and Vicki McGuire, daughter of the Bill McGuires, students at Clarke college, Dubuque, spent the weekend at home. Jim, Ray and Kenneth Erpeld ing, sons of the Francis Erpeld ings, were home over the week end. Ray and Kenneth are at Loras college, Dubuque, and Jim is a teacher 'at Kieler, Wis., near. ,._.. - Mrs. PhxMi»;S*ru thefs has'been making frequent Tips to Lutheran hospital, Fort Hodge, to see her mothe^ UTS Violet Sykes, who iir there last Wednesday afttr was found unconscious in bathroom of her home at more. Mrs. Sykes' plight was ered by a Humooldt who noted the telephone er off the hook and a dog barking. The .. chief of checked the homes of e. women living alone add the kes home was visited first.; The receiver was off the and Mrs. Sykes'labrador barking nearby. Mrs. Syket been in, a critical condition of the time since and been able to tell if she hpd, tempted to use the telephone call tor help and later got to/ bathroom before losing ousness or if the dog " the receiver off. last meeting in which the chur dies ill Joined for services. Tak- hg part iti the service were tne lev. Lee Corey, Pocahontas, ieith Strayer, lay pastor oi the •Mtoseii and irviiigion churcnes. 1 he Rev. Gene biekhian, oi 1 1. Dodge, First Presbyterian, delivered tne message. Judy Coleman Was the pianist. ATTIND PUNtKAL The Verl Pattersons and Mrs. Margaret Kent, AJgona, drove to Mason City Tuesday and picxed up the Pattersons son Wayne and went to Cresco to attend funeral services tor Arcme Hoyt Mr. Hoyt was the faUier of Mrs Hazel Markovetz, West Des Moines, who taught tith. grade in Algona for several years before leaching in Uroanoale last year Mr. Hoyt lived witn her some ot the time when she was in Algo- The Gerald Frankls, Annette Janella, Tim and Donnie, Sioux City, were weekend Quests o; Gerald's .mother, 'Mrs. Mane Frankls, Irvington. A family dinner was held Sunday at Mike jYankl's. Attending were Mrs. Marie Fratikl, the Gerald Fran- Mrs. Marguerite Hayes, and Mrs. Garonne Kunkel, Algona. Ihe Gerald Fi-ankis retui-ned home Sunday night. Mrs. George McVay, Mrs. Ken» netn Honey, Mrs. ueraid Coleman and Mrs. Morence Colwell, all of the Irvington cnurch, attended Presbytenal at Clarion on luesday. Seneca Mr*. Henry Looft The Roger Osborns and two other couples from Carroll visited briefly at Clarence Osborn's and Russell Kauitman's enroute to Alexandria, Minn., for the weekend on a fishing trip. The Debra anc their grand Osborn children, Craig; stayed with parent, the clifefice Osborn* and the Kauffmans during their parents absence. Mrs. dins Ducr visited recent' y at Omaha and Albion, Neb. it Albion sne saw her new granddaughter, daughter of tne t»ob May worts. Mrs. Maybon is the former Nadine L»uer. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis spent tne weeKedd at 'lo- Kan., Visiting their son, the Vernon Wiibergs. v'ernon is stationed at an air lorce base there. The Ted Jensens attenueu Homecoming at' Luther college at Decorah over the weekeuu, guests oi the Gordon Christen aens. Mr. Christensen was at one time Supt. ot tne Seneca SCHOOL Ted is a Luther alumnus. The Henry Looits spent the weekend witn their son, the Jacx Looits, Rochester, Minn, Sunday tney orove to Ked Wing, Minn. anu visited tne tarnous pottery shop. Tne August Nelsons visited one day last week at *red brown's at Mason City. They were accompanied by Mrs. Neiiis Thorson, Ringsted. were Friday gUWti ef's sMttsf 1 , Uife : Mrs. Modefft Mixert 'J noon, Hans wefe riittttiM'tif silent aueuofi ot frut *«! orougnt u» irte ^.,^ meeting, tne proceed* to, to tne Miri&tittft Home it ttiuris. Mrs. Heroert Krause uu me isovemoei' riostesf T ** Ld&t week guests at Kauitman's Were Mrs. KAU mans mother ana sistef uraettinger. . ; • 'i'ne neiiry Lobfts were hosts at a party lor tne iwt ot Mrs. jberuia Pommer laa rnursuay at Gemt 'iitonka. Guests wefe tne -.- mer cmloren and included ' L»iCK rranzens, litOiiKa, hommers, tintt, Heiu-y mers, wesley, and bimer Mey« wooen. /\k>u present Was Holm Henncnaen, Ames, iormer Margaret Loort, wi came the pievious day, for, visit witin her mother. t ;«K3!!is5aMg£i3MMS£ii3iMS3^^ Dubuque. Jean Marie Thul, Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Eugene Thuls. handy O'Brien, employed in Sioux City, spent the weekend with her parents the Hubert O'Briens. Mrs. Wm. B. Devine had her EXPERT PRINTING ,.M JIMP ADVANCE 500 club Thursday with Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Joe Sinnwell and Mrs. Susie Kramer. Mrs. E. J. Gales has the club next. Randy Kollasch, son of .the E. J. Kollasches, student at St. Benedicts, Atchinson, Kans., spent the weekend at home. The Roger Thuls, Can-oil, have a son, Nicholas John, born Sept. 29. This makes four boys in the Thul family. The Ralph Redings and Harold Thuls are the grandparents. Mrs. Louise Thul is the great-grandmother. The Harold Redings spent the vveekend at their daughter the -.:..' Data Chicpihes', Jefferaonv Sv B-.< NEPHEW IN CRASH The Verl Pattersons much surprised while listening the news on KQTV Sattirday eyt;. hing to hear oi • an . accident 'w^' yolving Mrs. Patterson'sinepheV \ Bob Huntley, Goldfield. Bo \vorks at Webster. City, and ^h and three other young men frw i there were going to Goldfield t a football game Friday., A. shot distance from Webster ..City, [ tire blew out and the car. wen into a ditch, struck a farm driyje- way, turned over several tinjgs and burst into flames. Bob, wito was driving, and two.of his coin* panions, must have Jjeen thrown clear of the car for only onC; Stephen Philbrook, Webster-nGJi- ty, lost his life. The other bpjm failed in a desperate attempt to free him. They were hospitalized at Webster City. Bob Huntley suffered a broken nose and; larbone besides multiple J 1 cuts and bruises. PARISH DISSOLVED The Ardain Eastmans, MfS. Gerald Coleman, Judy Coleman and the Kenneth Roneys :|kttend- ed the service of the Trinay Larger Parish at Ottosen Sunflay, at 10 a.m. The Larger Parish/of the Livermore^ Ottosen and Poca- Ivontas Presbyterian' churdtes/ ii Ford's famous quiet ride comes in 18 beautiful styles for 1967 Quieter because they're stronger. Stronger because they're better built. For '67, the best-built Fords in history. inn 100 COUNT POND'S • FANCY GIFT BOX • REGULAR $1.00 COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON 2-DOOR HARDTOI" with new Landau roof FLANNEL-LINED Boxer Longies 99c P r • SIZES 3 TO 8 • DENIM or TWILL Toni Specials DIPPITY DO DIPPITY DO TAME RINSE HOME PERMANEMTS. Reg. $2.00 16 Ox. R«g. $1.59 — Regular $2 Size — Gentle, Regular, Super — BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Girl's Dusters e BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS REG. $2.00 LADIES DUSTERS $ 1.77 $2.98 ft $3.98 • Complete With Carroms • Regular $10.00 HENLEY COTTON 3 new l^TD'i, All three LTD models- 2-door hardtop, 4-door hardtop, and 4-door sedan-oflfer conveniences like a transmission that shifts both manually and automatically (standard), and a full- width front seat that divides to adjust individually for driver and passenger. I new Xk's, Both thf XL 2,door hardtop and convertible offer, as standard, seats ami console, plus spirited 289-cu. in. V-8. A-7-Litrc power option includes a 428-cu. in. 'V-8, power disc front brakes, and sports steering wheel. 13 new Galaxies, Customs, wagons, Convertibles, wagons, hardtops, sedans all offer basic Ford strength and quiet, plus a wide range of conveniences and options. Wagons provide a two-way Magic Doorgate that swings put for people and down for cargo, •Better ideas from Ford. SclcctShitt Cruise-O-Matic transmission shifts automatically ... or lets you shift manually without a clutch for things like climbing hills, downshifting to save brakes, pulling trailers, getting extra traction in mud and snow, or just for fun. It's available on every '67 l-'ord. And all '67s come with Ford Motor Company Lifeguard- Design Safety Features. You're ahead in a FORD Sweat Shirts 1.99 • SHORT SLEEVE • REGULAR $2.49 ' LADIES Stretch Slacks 2.99 • PERMA PRESS • REGULAR $4.00 $ Carrom Board 6.66 Road Race Set 14.99 Torture Tracker J 8. • Famed Aurora Brand • HO Gauge • Regular $20.00 $ • Motorific Brand • Reg. $12.95 —Complete BOY'S STRIPED TOP Sues 8 to 12 Anklets 3pr 99c TAYLOR MOTOR CO 320 EAST STATE STREET • M "Algona's Leading Variety Store" ^^' •x^~a*1iVmi&'Xi**£Z^G- - s

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free