Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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Good neighbor bean harvest in north Kossuth Sw« . Eagle — Friends and neighbors helped in harvesting of soy beans on the Wendell Ditsworth farm recently. Nine combines were furnished by Everett Thomson, the O'Oreen ; Brothers, Brones Brothers, Gunnard Larson, Reuben Holcomb, Harvey C. Larson, Harvey L. Larson, Jim Koons, and Linde Imple- nann and Miss Anna Hanifan. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 ment. Trucks were furnished by Art Kracht, R. S. Mathers, Walter Magnusen and Harold O'Green. Vern Lunn was on hand from the Swea City Oil Co., to replenish fuel supplies. Other machinery and help were iurnished by Art Larson Ormal Guinn, Frank Bauer, Jr., Ole Kvamsdale, William T'obin, Albert Anderson, Johnie Tobin, Earl Kvamsdale, Richard O'Green, Wallace Dawson, Russell Helm, Tom. Hurlburt, Mancil Hurlburt, Walter Goraczkowski, Sylvester Goraczkowski, Paul Wi- cchmann, August Robison, Irvin Smith, Walter O'Green, Terry Johnson, Ralph Angle, Floyd Brekke, Junior Ellis and Arnold Duer. Neighbor women furnished and served the afternoon lunch, including Mesdames Ormal Guinn, Paul Wiechmarin, Walter Magnuson, Walter Goraczkowski, Johnie Tobin, .Lavcrne Larson, Warren Brones, Mancil Hurlburt, Art Larson, Irvin Smith, Art Kracht, R. S. Mather, Harvey C. Larson, Albert Anderson, Junior Ellis, Gunnard Larson and William Tobin. WILL BE MARRIED Tlve Gerald Hagens, 1140 So State Street, Fairmont, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, AT dis Lorraine, to Oryille Rippen trop, son of the Everett Rippen trops, Swea City. The wedding will be Nov. 13, at St. Paul's Lu theran church, Fairmont. Pumpkin bread shown club as baking hobby The Union Township Mothers and Daughters club met with Angle Dearchs Oct. 13 with 23 members and Mrs. Orville Gard- NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weighing 6 Ib. 8 oz., Tina Marie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tedesco of Sunny- hey also visited the Insko tables. at South Beloit, 111. hey returned.home Thursday. Mr». Martin MiNtr •ntertained vale, Calif., Oct Oa-mino hospital 10, at the El in. Mt. View. ner as a guest. Mrs. Dearchs read a poem and told of a meeting,she recently at tended in Minneapolis, where the speaker, a doctor, stressed everyone, especially those nearing middle age, should have a opby to help them over into re- rement. Hobbies announced were a de- ire to play an electric organ 01 n accordian to very simple de ires. Samples of hobbies were dis layed including fancy work hina ceramics, spoon collections nd even a loaf of bread One member's hobby.was cook ng and baking for her family husband and. several growing children. She had, brought the oaf of pumpkin bread, one of her latest triumphs^ which was served with the alter noon lunch. t was declared delicious and naybe she had the best hobby: Mrs. C. S. Shlpler showed, how .0 make mints and she gave a sample of her finished product to each. She also showed how to make several different pieces in ceramics. OFFICERS ELECTED Union Aletheans met Oct. 4 with Holly Haas. New officers elected were President, Linda Nitchals; vice, Sue Dodds; sec., Bonita Kiilsholm; treas., Mary Lou Nitchals; historian, Kathy Hansen; reporter, Patty Hansen; photographer, Holly Haas; music chairman, Julie Molacek; recreation, Jean Ann Dodds; librarian Georgia Leigh. Holly Haas -and Mary Lou Nitchals gave demon strations. Jean Ann Dodds gave a talk. New members are Mary Camp, Cindy Kuhn, Jane Shey Calif. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet of Livermore and Mrs. Helen Tedesco of Wa .ertown, N. Y. Mrs. Tedesco is ihe former Karen Zeimet. Mrs ienry Zeimet has gone to Cali fornia to get acquainted with the new granddaughter. CASH DRAWING Names called for the cast drawing Saturday night were Ralph Bormann $50, and Mrs. E J. berte $50. he Delta Dek Bridge club at idr home Thursday. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon Was served' attd at cards Mrs. Harry Zigrang won righ prize, Miss Florence Alt man 2nd high and Mrs. Hazel Watkirts .. — 8 20 jverffiore Lanes — 7 17 High film Strict Uvefliiofe Stale Bank _-_-19SO Bode Lockfef _„—__-lfi&9 M MFeexfc Hi«h Team Game Ten suspicious TB findings in Kossuth The Hardt families were Bitsj Schultz's 2nd birthday guests o her parents, the Charles Schul zes, Sauk Rapids, Minn. j r Visitors at Wendell Ditswor th's Sunday were the Howar Brekkes, Bingham Lake, Minn., and Diane Nitchals. Mrs. Con Brekke, Estherville, Ole Kvamsdalesi^'JEafl' Kvams- dales, Robert Blomsters, Buffalo Center, and Peter Madsons, Fair* mont, Minn. The Albert Paviks, Fairmont, were also callers. Mrs. Ralph Walker and Mrs. Milton Grcimann attended a Girl Scout training school at Lake Mills Monday. Sunday the Ralph Walkers, Dori and Sheri Alderdyce and Mrs. Bina Montgomery were visitors at Ernest Witte's, at Rockwell. Carmen Larson and her fiance, John Farwell, Manitowoc, Wis., were weekend guests of Carmen's parents, the Harvey C. Larsons. Treva Peterson and Mrs. Danny Peterson, Estherville, were Sunday visitors at Hans Peterson's. Treva is employed in the Filzgibbons law office in Estherville. Mrs. Danny Peterson moved to Estherville in August when her husband was sent to Viel Nam from Fort Sam Houston, at San Antonio, Texas. The Darrel Bishops were Sat urday guests at Myron Busch's Ledyard. David Rippentrop, of Newton spent several days last week with his parents, the Everett Rippen trops. His wife was a patient a the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge after major surgery. The Everett Rippentrops an Evelyn, and Dwayne Rippentrop Ringsted, visited another sor Dale, Woodward, Sunday. Douglas Johnson, son of the Mervin Johnsons, entered the Estherville hosital Wednesday for examination, and Friday morning had an appendectomy. Dougie is a sixth grader in the Swea City school. The William J. Hansons and David Ingvall, Ringsted, were Sunday guests *t Terry Johnson's. The Dennis Guerdets have a boy born Oct. 7th, at the hospital at Estherville, 7 Ib. 1 oz. The grandparents are the Lee Guer- dets, Armstrong, and John Gisch- es, Algona. Dwight Guerdet had a 12 day furlough from Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo., and will report to jfort Sheridan, 111. He is with the National Guard- Weekend guests of Mrs. Doug las Guerdet were the Ralph Bro- dersons, DeSiwet, S. p., and the Pat DeLaneys, Lake Park. Martin Bergum who has been a medical patient at the Luther an hospital in Fort Dodge for weeks is convalesing in the horn of his daughter "Gen", the Rob crt McKitricks in Marshalltown Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard entertain ed the following ladies at a Co lee at her home one atternoo recently: Mrs Maude Wilson Mrs. Lester Smith, Mrs. Hattie Miller and Mrs. Martha Hughes. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Maude Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Winnipeg, Canada who spent five days with her and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Blanche Wilson of Britt, who had spent part of the summer at Pierre, S. D., her former home. While here they were luncheon guests in the home of Mrs. Margaret Howard. Miss Judy Zeimet of Minneapolis spent the weekend in tne [parental Henry Zeimet home. Ju Livermore youth married LINDA BENN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Bsnn, of lake, and Lawrence Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp, of Livermore, were married October 1 at Zion Lutheran church, Rake. Rev. M. W\ Tolo officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her fath- Minneapolis, Worthington, Wells, er. Maid of honor was Mary Kal- Isstad, Mason City. Bridesmaids \vere Mrs. Phil Benn, Rake, and Mrs. Don Faith, Rutland. Best man was Leroy Sharp, brother oJ the groom, Minneapolis. Grooms- Frosit, Wilmont, Amboy, Mankato, Rushrnore and St. Paul, Minnesota, 'Aurora, 111., Ventura, Hear Lake,' Manly, Swaledale, lockwell, Mason City, Algona, jivermore, Sheffield, Humboldt, Rutland and Graf ton, la. The bride is a graduate of the Rake community schools,, attended Mason City Jr. college, and is presently employed at the Park clinic, Mason City. The grooSn is a graduate of Twin Rivers school and attends NIACC, Mason City. The 21st annual contact X-ray >rogram in Kossuth has been oncluded according to C. R. Schoby, president of the Kosuth County Tuberculosis and lealth Association. There were 35 having chest X-rays and interpretation of the ilms indicated 10 showed find- ngs suspicious of probable ac tice, inactive or healed tubercu- osis, or of actively undetermined. In addition, 16 persons were found to have other chest ab normalities indicating possible tumors, heart conditions, cancer etc., which may need furthe medical attention. There were nine notified X-rays were within uormal limits. Funds from the Kossuth annual Christmas Seal campaign help defray the expense of the program. Joyce Hayden, public health nurse, directed the program and interviewed those in contact with an active case of tuberculosis. She made 33 calls to homes, aking case histories of 41 per- ons. These visits followed con- erences with seven physicians. ;dy is a radiological technologist land is employed at the Universi- ity of Minnesota, School of Den- [tlstry, as an instructor in Dental X-ray, teaching dental hygenists and assistants. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Sharp and Miss Phyllis Gronbach, of Minneapolis, were weekend visitors in the parental Harold Gronbach home. They came to help their grandmother, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Anderson Sanders the Bingo prize, Mrs George Gilbert and Miss Altman were guests. Mrs. Margaret Howard hai gone to St. Louis where she is visiting in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and small daughter. Mr. Howard is manager ot one of the depart ments in a new J. C. Penney store there. Mrs. Dale Joiner was hostess to the WSCS at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Dean Zeman gave the devotions and the lesson which was on "Observing Week of Prayer and Self Denial." A new member was taken in, Mrs. DeBoom, of Bode, wife of the school superintendent. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue drove to Red Oak Friday where they attended funeral services for a friend on Saturday. From there they went to Council Bluffs to spend a few days in the Rex Cottington home. Mrs. Raymond Graaf entertain the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and 500 was played at cards. Mrs Julius Becker received higl: prize, Mrs. Bill Davis low .and Mrs. Bill Wilson the travel r prize Recent visitors in the Burred Smith home were Mrs. Smith's ister, Mr. and Mrs. Benton F Livermore State Bank * 689 Bode Locker ., 683 Da&eti Oil Co. —— --—— High Individual Series Betty Rdngved ____— _ Bev Ann Olson __* 454 Barbara Weydert 446 High Individual Game .hirley Zenor — Betty Rongved •——— 180 Joanie Weydert 179 Agnes Smith ,—175 DOMINO LEAGUE W L M & M Feeds ... 18 6 3 ionter '__^_^_^_17 7 Liver more State Bank —14 10 American Legion '. ___13 '11 K. O. Hardware 13 7 Town Tavern 12 12 Smith Lumber 11 Hlffi TiifH flirt* , M & M Feeds —>-—— * M & M feeds .^ a *^kl C. I.jj_iAi.j.i.Ji^^i.-'J4 High individual §*rt*i Leon Terwliiig& .L —- itussei Meyers—-- ... Leonard Rdsehian^afloSGe Schnetsgef^.————S17 High Individual Game rtussei' Meyers 4 223 Bill McGuire —2lS, onaid Koseman and Geo. Schnetsger 2&i Livermore Lanes ------- 10 iViike's Garage ;__ 9 K. C 7 Hardy Cafe 6 Gronbach's D-X 3 High Team Series M & M Feeds 2507 American Legion 2306 Pioneer 229 DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE s Paid Political Ad ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY STORE HOURS Mon. Thru Thurs. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. FRIDAY — 9 to 9 Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — CHARGE IT — Wilson of Long Beach, Calif., am her father, Charles Beckham of Knoxville, Ky. They spent a week' with them. LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE Livermore Lanes Week of October 12 W Bode Co-op 19 Livermore Co-op. __17 Bode Locker 17 Imperial Cafe ___16V:; M & M Feeds 16Va drove to Rockton, 111., the first Hamm Insurance 15 of the s week where they were guests of the Chrysler Corpora- ation for a holiday for Dodge dealers and wives. While there Baker Truck Line __15 Livermore State. Bk 13 Dasen Oil Co. 13 Sawyer's :__^.ll L 9 11 11 11% HVa 13 13 15 15 17 men were Daryl Sharp, Aurora 111., and., Duane Sharp,. Livermore, both brothers of the bridegroom. Flower girl was Maroie Benn, sister of the bride, and ring bearer was Todd Sharp, Au rora, 111., nephew of the groom Ushers were Phil Bonn, brothei f the bride, and Don Faith, Rut- and. Soloist was Diane Braun, ccompanied by Gail Leffel. Following the ceremony, a re- ceptdon was held in the church jarlors. Mrs. Leroy Sharp had ;he guest book. Kathy and Wendy Buck served punch. Mrs Daryl Sharp and Mrs. Cliff Thomas poured coffee. Mrs. Melvin Leffel and Mrs. John Benn cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Erm'l Kallestad were host and hostess. Waitresses were: Mary Johnson, Cin- He is employed as a barber at Ventura! After a Wisconsin, Ventura. h;oneymoo.n trip to- they are at home in' PENNEY DAYS COME ONCE A YEAR dy Frank, Joan Winter and Linda Teig. Kay Hallman and Jean Karels opened gifts. Out of town guests came from LEGION AUXILIARY MET The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion hall Monday with 17 members and three, officers answering roll call. The president, Mrs. Richard McKenna, conducted the business meeting and it was decided to again sell tickets for turkeys for the Feather Pary which the Legion bill will sponsor Saturday, Nov. 12. Five hundred was the evening's entertainment which was in charge of Mrs. Bob Berte, Mrs. Jack Ferguson and Mrs. Fred Pooch. High prize was won by Mrs. Clarence Werling and second high by Mrs. Bob Bormann. Mrs. Norman Scott won the plate prize. Lunch was served by Mrs. Lawrence Fuhr- IN COLLEGE PLAY Mary Ann Erpelding, daughter of the Alphonse Brp^dijwgs, has . been setepte4 for the Cojlleg,e of St. Mary spsseich a«4 dr»ma department's Fall pro4iAC!tM>jn, "Qu ality Street," November Jl, 12 13. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation LET US We Feature: •> Kohler Fixtures •) Gas Conversions a) Myers Pumps and H BATING GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - REMODELING R.J.FUNK Plumbing; & Heating 119 S. Dodg. Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 1965 MERCURY Monterey Breezeway 4-door, power steering, radio, multi-drive transmission, light blue finish, one-owner. 1965 FORD Galaxie 500 2-door Hardtop, Cruise-a-matie, radio, sharp black finish with red trim, factory warranty left. 1964 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4-door sedan, Auto. Trans., power steering, seats, brakes and air conditioning, one* owner car. 1964 MERCURY Montclair 4-door, breezeway, power steering, power brakes, multi-drive transmission, two-tone Towncroft dress slacks go on sale at reduced prices thru is to "Bing" VOTE FOR W. B, (BING) MacDONALD Republican Candidate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY KOSSUTH COUNTY •R WlHUMWAYELLY & FRISTEDT, ATTORNEYS, TilAt 9f PARTMf NT, KANSAS CITY LAW FIRM - TWO YEARS. ENERGETIC, EXPERIENCED AND IMPARTIAL. yQJT| |JQVEMBER 8»H 1964 BUICK Convertible Special V-6, Standard Trans., radio, extra sharp. 1964 MERCURY Monterey 4-door Fastback, Power Steering and Brakes, Mercomatic, radio, low mileage. 1963 DODGE 4-door, 6-cylinder, radio, standard transmission, very clean. v 1963 FORD XL 2-door Hardtop, Bucket Seats, Center Console, air conditioning, power steering, blue finish. 1963 FORD 4-door, 6-cylinder, Custom 300, radio, standard transmission, blue finish and matching trim. 1962 FORD 2-door Hardtop, Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering, solid red finish. 1962 MERCURY Meteor, V-8, Mercomatic, radio. This intermediate-size car in perfect condition. 1962 OLDSMOBILE 4-door Station Wagon, power steering, radio, automatic transmission, solid white finish. 1962 FORD Station Wagon, 4-door 6-passenger, V-8 and Fordomatic. 1961 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4-door, automatic transmission, Turquoise finish. 1960 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4-door, automatic transmission, solid white finish, clean. 1960 OLDSMOBILE Fiesta "88", 6-passenger, Station Wagon, power brakes and power steering, priced to sell, MANY, MANY OTHER CARS AT CLOSE-OUT PRICES TRUCKS 1962 FORD %-ton Pickup, light blue finish, 6-cylinder, style- side box. 1962 CHEVROLET 2-ton Truck, long wheel base, with combination 15 ft. box and hoist, ready to roll. 1962 FORD V-8 2-ton Truck, with 13 ft. box and hoist, also in good condition. 1959 CHEVROLET 6-cylinder 2-ton Truck, with 12-ft. box and hoist, ready to go. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford t Mercury Sales I Service The kind of a Penney Day's bargain you'll long remember! You'll save $2.10 on •very pair of Towncraft and 'Towncraft Plus' dress slacks! We've fine wool worsteds, beautiful blends, in rich .flannel, hopsack and reverse twist weaves. In well-bred solids, fashion checks and plaids. All masterfully tailored. Better hurry in while the selection's the greatest! REG. 10.98, NOW 8.88 Special! Girk 1 skinny rib wool knits Here are the knits the girls are going for! Wool long-sleevers imported from Hong Kong show off new styles and colors. Pleasing price, sizes 7 to 14 4.88 Special! New Penn-Prest stretch pants Never-iron rayon-and- stretch nylon pants — They're Penn-Prest! Smooth fitting with detachable stirrups. In pretty fall colors. sizes 7 to 3 QQ .OO "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" Stats I Jones Street! Algona Men's quilt- lined jackets You'll appreciate the lightweight warmth of our sturdy, geared-to- action zip-front jackets. They're fine cotton twill, lined with quiited nylon. Machine washable, for easy cure. First quality .. . excellently tailored. An astounding value for Penney Days. Better get in early. They'll fly out. Very special baby buys! Stock up and save while the prices are this low' Washable cotton pullover shirts, cotton triple crotch training pants, cotton knit polos, cotton corduroy playsuits. $uy several! pullover shirt, O for | corduroy playsuir, polo shirt

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