Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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(Iowa) ADVANCt THUMOAY, OCT. 17, tfM ;E & ^ fa. i Mr. and Mr*. Jest &sker, of ialcni, Wash., are visiting fri- |;ids in this area and Irvington ind with a brother of ths Lti/ar ifi Nebraska. They plan to b3 fii the Algo.ta area for some lime. Mrs. Baker is tha former fri>n,a Roney. I' Mrs. Jesri Wadsworth and Mrs. Margaret Ho'maetor have returned from a trip to Chicago, 111., the Niagara Balls and Tor- 8:1 to, Can. They had planned to |o to Halifax but a cloudburst "Siade the trip inadvisable. In "ihicag'O th'2y saw Mrs. A. E. Ol- .1, nea Mabel Carr, a former f Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber are now residents of the Good Sama Spltan Home. They are leaving ijnur homo just as it is and can spend a little time in it when they firish. | Lawrence Hutzell joined hit wife at Eariham Thursday where she fiad bsan called by the criti- $al sickness of her father Alfred Standing, 98. Funeral for Mr. Standing were held Friday at Eartham. . , Mrs. Leroy Crapser hat been dismissed from St. ( Ann hospital where she had been'under treatment for kidaey stone? and varicose, veins. She went to Maso.i City Friday with her gftandsba Mark Mains to sea Mr. Crapser ait Marcy hospi'lial. He has suffered breaks in the bon.es of each arm in an acadent h&i wi'ak. Tom Dailey suffered e fell e* bout a year ago and was hospitalized for somiD time, He is now able to get around with a cane, and Thursday moved into one of the apartment,^ in the Retort Johnston house on McGregor street. He has a first floor a- parttnent.- For some time he was at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, then with his son-in-law and daughter at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien spent the weekend at Waterloo with their daughter and husband EARL STOTT — REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR — KOSSUTH COUNTY SUPERVISOR THUD DISTRICT YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED, GENERAL ELECTION, NOV. 8 USED CARS 1965 MUSTANG 2-door Hardtop, "289" 4-barrel V-8 engjna, 4-spoad floor shift trans., dark blue color. Spotless.. , 1965 MUSTANG 2-door Hardtop, ^cylinder straight stick, 14,000 actual miles/, like new. Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart ami attended Homecoming with them at Cedar Falls where Mrs. Stewart is a senior studeni. The previ^ ous Weak the O'BHertS attended Homecoming at Ames where the daughter Maureen is a soplvo more at the University, ; Mr. and Mrs. Andriw H n»on •aititondfed the funeral October 14 >t Shoi'Ixirn, Mirtn., tof L. J. Anderson, 76, cousin Of Mr, Hanson. .iifouta home they stopped in rairmont to Visit with Mr, and Mrs, H, M. Frisbie. Mr, and Mrs. John Dutton 'lave as guest Mrs. Freda Kolwalski, of'San Francisco, Calif. fhe Kowalskis lived here a few years ago and are parents of Mrs. Jerry Dutton, daughter *ln- .aw of the John Duttons. Mr. and Mrs; Charles Tlppln ind little son Brett were last weekend guests of Mrs. Tippin's .'-ire-Hits-Mi-.; and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ted Zittritsch left Monday for their home at Detroit, Mich., altar a* visit'here of 'several-..days with the mother Mrs. Mary Zittritsch and Annie Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mr. and Mrs Dick Post, Mrs. Tracy Kelley and other relatives in the vicinity. They were also at Clear Lake to Visit with Mrs. Zittritsch's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Larson, former Algon- ans. Mrs. Larson .is the former Betty Merritt and recsnitly fell from a ladder and broke an arm. ; Mrs. John' Schultx has been hoDpLtlaized for treatmenit oi arthritis but fortunately "it is not •bhia crippUrig' specie; ;It' is the type that a fleets the more middle aged. A daughter Mrs. RO.I aid Bebb has bian here from Cedar Falls for several days. Mrs. Lenore Hiltx has been visited by her nieces and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knott, of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brooks, of Davehr port. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson, well known former Al- gonans who live at Spirit Lake will ba interested in knowing they are preparing for their annual residence at Lakeland, Fla during" the winter months. They return each year to the same apartment which is held tor them. ; 'Claude Nugent, former Algon an who for many years has hv ed at Spshosr. has bsen a recent pGtiont at a Sioux City hospital He now is back in Spencer and one day last week his brother William B. NugeriC^of Des Mo.ivsis and sistsr Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe went to sea him. Mrs. Nugent remained here with her sis- 1965 MERCURY Monterey Breeieway 4-door, power steering, radio, multi-drive transmission, light blue finish, •' one-owner. ; > • - - •''•"•;' ; .]"'' ' "' •;• ' • •'•. : • 1964 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4-door sedan, Auto. Trans., power steering, seats, brakes and air conditioning, one- owner/car., •'.. • . v : ^'" -: . ";•; . ,,.'..•:. ,.' .. ••..',.. , '1964 MERCURY Montclair 4-door, breezeway, power steering, power brakes, multi-drive transmission, two-tone - . beige. '..-, .; '' . .' . . • . . ••••• '",. ' ' ' 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 transmit' iion, very clean, 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 inter mediate-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-pa'ssenger, 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 3 /4-»on Pickup, light blue finish, 6-cylinder, style- side box. 1962 CHEVROLET 2-tpn 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 CHiVROLiT 6-sy!inder 2-ton Truck, with 12-ft. box and hoist, ready to go. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Ford I Mercury Sales I Service "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" §tf te * Jonti Sireatf be «n evening _ families and friends will APPROXIMATELY 125 children from this area were examined and tested at the annual Crippled Children's Clinic held at the Lucia Wallace school last Friday. The local clinic was one of 54 in the state from May through November. Shown above is Susan Lerdal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lerdal of Hurhboldt, being examined by Drs. David Sch,eer and Kenneth Friday, orthopedists. Approximately 35 |local women' assisted at the clinic, serving sandwiches, cookies, milk and coffee during the day. They were members of the'American Legion Auxiliary and seven Girl Scouts helped ^also. • Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. itan'Home several weeks but Frk day was taken to St. Ann hoS-' pital: ; :, .-. •[ ';.;'.' .. v- •:'" /'- ;|| Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas was recently visited, by heir cousin Mrs: Gertrude Iverson, of Brookfifeld, 111. She is a daughter of the laite Alma Nelson. v The Wilfiam Dodds and daugtj- ter, Jean Ann, spent the week; end;at Ottumwa as guests Wr their daughter Linda, who at; tends Ottumwa Heights college: Sunday was Parents Day. ^ John Hayes is I ".'" - "•"' 'sp honored by | " . ' * "'"'.S. school group ,^^w^^-\;i*j'--3j'i.\i^:i'.,^»i.^"V^.i«a^i f V\li5WfcllQ PJ»^4i***n'^f!W*Wl^T»»««r»W>****BJYvB> iiStea here to visit with relatives, her sister Mrs. Paul James returned to Waterloo with her. T,he following weekend Mr. James was accompanied by Mrs.-Elsie Linde- mam and joined Mrs. James and the, three weiit to Davenport to visit with the James' daughter Mrs. Evelyn Makuuchi and Mrs. Lihdeman visited with her sister Mrs. Gladys Padeski. Mrs. Albert Fish and her mother Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann attended the Jean-cite Wicihtein- dahl-David Smith wedding Sunday at Lotts Creek. The Smiths will be at home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ed Bowman recently flew to Columbia^ S;'C. to visit with her daughter June and husband James Smith, Mr. Sniith is in service there. . Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long spent last weekend, at Worthington, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Williain Ossmas, brother and sister-in- law of Mrs. Long. They were joined by another brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ossmas, of Pipestone, Minn. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig were Mr, and Mrs. Larry Manus, Lori, Danny and Kurt of Burt. Mrs. Henry Lund spent from last week Monday till Friday at Ottumwa as delegate to the Rebekah Assembly. She was accompanied by Gladys Doyle of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs, Alden McAdams took a trip along the Mississippi going to the McGregor area and thence to Minneapolis, Minn. At Minneapolis Mr, McAdams transacted business for his store and the coming Christmas commodities ordering. They were gone two days. Harold Hutchins has been resdent at the new Good Samar* Gfeiggto tdurthe • ••;-.. ' ,'••:. *^ «^' ' ' • .--•••• :•"• ':• . '. : , .-' ; . •' cbunfy next Soiled* Stars and their lead***, Mrs. NWa Kfachl and the ftob&rt Fortneys went to Rochester Oct 4. They were -fallen ort a guided tour at the Mayo Clinic; the med' ical museum where they saw ,li heart and lung machine. Goirtg were Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum; Susart, Ann, and Rose Mary Fortney; Becky Jetoert, Patricia Dreyer, Anna Kathy Merrill, Corrine Johnson, Linda Sue Kracht, Barbara,An* dre. Barbara Andre is reporter. Mrs. Carl W. Nielsen had a coffee recently for hostesses at the bridal shower for their daughter Margaret. Present were Mrs. Eugene Peterson, Mrs. Robert P. Peterson and children, Mrs. Chris Larsen, Mrs. Dick Larsen and son, Mrs. Donald Hoehi, Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Mrs Duane Hovick, Mrs. Lyle England, Mrs. Olaf Oftcdahl, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Alfret Peterson, Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Marvin Gordsman. Jill Jensen, student at Augus tana college, Sioux Falls, S> spent the Ssntral HomecoKtoig weekend with her parents, Site Ted Jensens. Mrs. Roy Klein is a patient at the hospital at Estherviite, Mrs. Clara Bollig, of the Haft-! tage Hame at Bancroft, w*s *' Sunday guest at her sera tttoe Kenneth Bolligs. The David Loofts span! Stan*day with the latters parerafcs, SJae Glenn Hoppes, Truman, Mnn, Jack Beaver, soa of Use Howard Beavers, in service in Kansas, visited one day last with the Charles Beavers and Kenneth. He had a furlough al home. Tne Al Nordahls, 111., and Dr. Donald ai Baldwin'*, Baldwin'* :et. DON JORGEHSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Ad THOMAS JREUINBUE 2 &WBUILWNOE SERVICE May Be Referred To Us With Cxmfidence Pfeene $S937?6 — FENTON R1NGSTED PHONES: W6-1C06 — £36-1001 —886-1970 Congressman Stan Greigg will return to Kossuth county Monday, Oct. 31, for an all day caravan tour with local candidates. Included on the schedule for the day are stops at two schools where he will deliver non-political talks. Greigg will ^ begin his tour at 9 a.m. in Whittemore where he will present a flag to the students of St. Michael's school: A delegation from the . American Legion will participate in the ceremonies and the general" public is .invited. Whittemore the Education in a legislative year was the subject of a meeting Oct. 18 of the Algeria Education Assn. Richard Schneider, legislative chairman, gave' state association program; 'Karl Kiilsholm and Mancil Hurlburt Kcl3suth candidates, mads formal presentations of their positions and took part in a question aiiid answer period. Corrine Sehimel, local viceji president, presented a memenr to to John Hayes, former pr-esi- t of the-school-board for his six years service. ' John, Vint, president of the.group, presided^ The legislative items for discussion included proposals for changes in the retirement system, more state financial aid to schools, a tenure law, a practice commission, and transportation of public and parochial students. Ledyard firemen called to farm The Ledyard fire department was'called to the Arden Hunks- meier farm home north of Ledyard last Friday where corn stalks caught fire. The blaze, which started in the gear box on a corn stalk cutter, burned to within 20 feet of the unpicked field of corn. ael Dixon, Waukegan, 111., and a sister, Mrs. Guy Newcombe, of North Fort Meyers, Fia. His wife, two brothers and a sister are dead. New officers are installed by Seneca Stars political activity begins as Mr. Gifeigg and'the local democratic candlidates will concentrate on meetirjiig people in the main > 5trGicib3 of Feriton at 9:45, Lone 'Rock at 10:30 and Burt ait 11:15. Accompanying Greigg will be Mancil Hurlburt, candidate for .3tate_Representatiye, County 'Attorney Gordon Winkel, County Recorder Clara Walker and -County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. THE PARTY will arrive in Ban- croDt about moon and there' will bs'a luncheon at the North Kossuth Country Club beginning ait 12:15. Tickets for the luncheon may be puUrcihased from Carol vVelp, Bancroft, and will cost $1, 'After lunch the candidates will visit Titonka at 1:30, where they will meet people on the streets' and then proceed to Lakota at 2:15, where a coffee will be held *at the Robert Hamilton office. , Greigg will deliver his second non-political speech of the day at Lakota, where he will address an assembly at Lakota high school. After his talk to the students there Greigg will rejoin the other candidates at the coffee and they will then leave for Ledyard. arriving at 3;30. The final stop on the caravan will be at the American Legion hall in Swea City, where the pwib- lie is invited to a coffee. Greigg will arrive 4:15. Seneca— The Seneca elected new officers at Patricia Dreyer's. Ann Fortney was elected president,' Patricia Dreyer, vice; Anna Mae Menz, treasurer; Linda Sue'Kracht, photographer; Carrie Bergum, reporter; Kathy Merrill, historian; and Mary Fortney, Sgt. They planned the program for 4-H Award Night in Npvembsr. Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer are to select skits. .Installation of officers will be silt the November meeting at the Seneca Lutheran church. Rose Mary Forthey, 'Becky Jensen and Carrie Bergum are the food committee. Susan Fortney, Rose Mary Fortney ..and Ann Fortney gave demonstrations, Cathy Bergum gave an illustrated talk.' Barbara Andre is reporter. CHURCH GROUP ELECTS The Blakjer Lutheran church women elected officers Thursday at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Elmer Krause and Bertha Olsen. Mrs, Odey Cherland had devotions • and the Cause of the Month and had charge of the Worship offering. Bible Study was by Mrs, Jerry Wilberg, New-officers are Mrs. Titonka Mrs, Mary Schroeder The Senior M.Y.F. went to Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday evening for the meeting there. LET US HELP/ We Feature: a) Kohler Fixtures H Gas Conversions 9 Myers Pump* and H E AT I N G GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS -REMODELING R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S in Swea City aibout Rockford, Baldwins, tap your end mortgage Right here when you 100% «f i*at money costs. . . . ,Wfpalr T • • . mortgage from ua is as ' good as a rich Raymond Bergum, Mrs, Henry Looift, No stops are planned at Wes- ey or LuVerne sinca Greigg vis- ted those towns last week. In the evening Representative ireigg will be guest of honor at a chicken dinner at the Algona flotel beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at $2 per person and may be purchased from local precinct workers. Attend funeral of Archil Hoyi Attending the funeral for Archie W. Hoyt at Cresco recently were Mrs. Margaret Kent, Jim Hill, the George Heinens, AJgo- aa; Verl Pattersons, Irvingtoin; Wayne Pattefsoii, M^son City; Eddie Maylands, Titonka; Lloyd Dixons, Bancroft. The service was conducted by the Key. Walter Morz, Algowa, al Cresco and the burial was at per corah. Mr. Hoyt was the fttl^r of Mrs. William (Hasel) ; Markovetz and for a tiine liveij with Ms daughter here while she taughit school in. Algona, rnovpg to Urb^nxlale last suranifi'r. Surviving besides his daughter > are'| 1 |irandd,augbter, president; vice; 'Mrs. Johannesen, sec,; Mrs. Henry Wilberg, treasurer; Mrs, Edna Johannesen, Stewardship; VIrs. David Looft, education; Mrs, Ted Jensen, radio. Plans were made to have the Herb Myers, former missionaries to Ecuador, among the Jzaro Indians, as speakers for the Thank offering program Nov. 17. This Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fujly Insured to $15,000 Save froTi the 15th—Earn from the Isl SINCE 1917 - ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan. Insurance Corporation of Washington D C MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS KEEP INFORMED USTEN TO 1600*0

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