Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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services held Saturday for tic*.) ABVANee THUMOAY, OCT. », »u a woman •; Bod* — Funeral services for •Mrs. Belle M. Knurtsen, $8, were ..held Saturday in Bruce's Meriv iorial Chapel with Dr. Eugene. Siekmann, pastor of the First • Presbyterian church of Fort ibodge, officiating. Burial,was \n :lhei North Lawn cemetery ; M, Ifoti t)6dge. Bearers were Rob- jert Hfinson, Arne Sorlien, Ken r fheth Knudsen, Leo Kinseth, Rob-' Ifert Torrence and Clifford Han- ?^M*s. Knudsen, formerly Belle Pave'y, was born on a farm hear 'Rutland Oct. 2, 1878, daughter,Of bavid and Rose Pavey. She moved with her parents to Ft.'Dodge and finished her education there. , ' S; In 1900 she married Elmer B. i White and ^,hey made their Jipme |in Fort Dodge where he was aw Illinois Central engineer. Mr. ^httedied in 1939. . "•: y^ '. In/.. 1945 M'rs; '.yynite. Tnarried {(XttSy Knudsen v in ;Algpna^ and .'they made .'their honie there ,un- ptit Mr! Kniidsen's death in 1951. ;AfteivMr. Knudsen's deathi; Mrs. Knudsen moved to Bode^ to b? near her daughter and lived here iUritil;«he bacame ill;; '. ;:^V' ¥ ; Mrsi Knudsen died Wednesday 'at Ellen's Cpnyaleiscerit l Heailth (Center in Fort ppdige. She had Ibeen^in failing health for several years and had been seriously til for la few months. , . I' She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Qually, two, grandchildren, Mrs. Audrey Sorlien and Robert. Hanson, both of Eau/ Claire, Wis.; five great- grandchildren,' and several nieces ia^liieiphews. Four sisters and |wo brothers are dead. •^ Mrs; Knudsen was a member W the Presbyterian church, the ^Aurora Chapter of the Order of tiie Eastern Star, and a past mem- :ber" offhe Auxiliary of Railroad .Engineers. ^Attending the funeral Saturday were the Leo Kinseiths- Dr T. !>%Rossings, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Mrs. McCormack aind Mrs. Julia Halvorson. Laila Hanson, accompanied the Clifford Hansons, Spencer, to the services. who Married at Lakota > LfNDA KARELS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Karels 6f_Lakota, and Lynn Hertzke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hertzke, also of Lakota, were married Sunday, Oct. 16. at the St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota with Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiating in the double ring ceremony. There were 225 guests attending. , ' ^ ' Susan Karens was maid of honor and Betty Meyer and Nyla Hertzke were bridesmaids. Harlan Hertzke served his brother as best man while Gary Geilenfeldt and Gary Garret were groomsmen. A reception followed the wedding at the Parish The couple returned home from a honeymoon in Chicago and Wisconsin and a,re at home at Spirit Lake. Both are graduates of the Lakota high school. During the morning the band WILL COMPETE .. A number of Twin Rivers music students will compete in eliminations for the Alli-State band and choir at Clear Lake, Saturday. Quartets are Dale Rossing, fDale Fredricks, Ma'rj Thompson and Mary Lou Olson, and Jim Collins, Jerry .DeBoom, Roberta Holland and Trudy Rossing. Dennis Kissinger and Julie VerSteeg .compete in the band. DATE CLASS PLAY Seniors of Twin Rivers are 'how practicing for <,he class play '"Yes and No," a comedy in two ,acts and an epilogue, to be given at the high school in Bode, Nov. 4th, at 8 p.m. The cast of the play includes Geri Vedvik, Jack 'Knudson, Moni Aure, M?.- ry'Lou Olson, Roberta Rolland, Jim Collins and Dave Hoyt. Miss McCaleb is director. GETS NO. 1 RATING Twin Rivo'rs band, under direction of Michael Palm, .receive^ a Number 1 rating at the sijate marching band contest in Est"herville Saturday. A large crowd was at the football field in Bode when the band returned Saturday and the band gave tl|e contest routine. The Robert Hansons. Lisa and Lynn, Arne Sorliens, Mark, Susan and Kai, Eau Claire. Wis,, and Bob Torrences, Red Oak, were visitors at Dr. Qually's. They pame for the funeral of Mrs. Qu- lily's mother, Mrs. Belle Knudr sen. The Maurice Hauees, Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Gene Smith and daughters, Naoma and Kathleen, St. Paul, and the Chester Younkins. Qreat Bend, have returned home Thev were called by the death pf their father, Jens Jenson. Funeral services for Mr, Jenson were Oct. 15. The Frank Tavlor*. Blue Riv- pr. Wis.. and Mrs. Irene Kova- rsh, Boscahel, Wis., were in gode (or the funeral of their uncle, Jens Jenson. Mr?. Fonnv Eustace and daughter Tia, Washintrton, D. C.. are at the home of her nar^nt the Roval Hansons. Melody Han- spn. Cedar Falls, was a weekend yjsitor. Mrs. R. Fisher visited several jlavs last wppk x vith her rnother, Mrs. Nora "OuUl. Mrs. Fisher, an Enpljsh "teacher in IRed Oak. at {hp. teachers convention Mgjn es . in PJ*S Mojnes, sn^nt thf with her parents, the Ik months. The Nielsons will return ; to Tama where he ;is a CPA with the RiJiC. Blythe firm. Halloween party dated Monday > ^,i, , i for Fenton kids Fenton — The Towin and ounitry WomRn -s club miet TUPIS- ay at Mrs. Te^ Jensen's with Wrs. Jack Gerhiyt co^hostess, The •voted t<f hold .another bqfiketball game in the fuiture to raise money. Itjieir parents the Heritev Ni»l »)ij$ nt4 Erpnf Pslwins. Mr Nielson returned r^r^ntly from a.t Fort Bliss, El Paso, Tex., 31. . Plam were cojjnpleted f or ; the Halloween Party, The will start -at 7:30 at the Community center Oct. All ore-school through 6th a children wiith oosturnipis will be eligible for treats . aJPtflr :,hie pro^raim. Besides the judging of the costumes 'for this year's contestants, pictures and slides will be shown of last year's cojiteeitants. A film was ;, shown of the Grand Federation °f Wotnan's Clubs. Mrs. Eugene HusKamp Mrs.\ Weisibrod:. \fAfc. of ;the looal club's hHory from its b/e- ginning until the present. BAND WINS RATING The Sentral Co^nmunitv school marching 'band won a Division One rating in the state marching bind contest at EstherviUe, Oct. 22. Seventy band members oar- ticipated with nine other Class C schools. This was Sentral's first enitranoe in state marching. marched in the anual Esthierville Band Festival parade. The band has had a busy season since school opened Aug. 29. In addition to making four home appearances at football games, the band also participated in the Ames Band Day and the Algona Band Festval. I M .' ,1 • (.-' ,!,,.-„ , rlV-'li^fV'll.ri 1 SCHOOL CONFERENCES November 7, is parent-teacher conference day in Semitral schools. School will not be in session. Conference schedules will be sent home with each student. Report cards for the grades will be sent home with the students Nov. 2 ajnd are to be returned to the teachers at the confereiace time. Report cards for the junior high and high _school students will bs given to Shower given \ f f »• ,-f< ". ,r *,<.. I i at Judy luedtke Seneca — Judy Luedtka, Will nrrry Jerry fif&ttefmiai^ Hatrmont, was givem a bridal ihow&r Sunday,at the-St. JtohVs Litheran church al Fentgiiii Mrs. Ronald Chrischlllos presided and Mrs. Art Priebe presented corsages. Bethme Jtdhl and Namoalle Smith sang a dti,e4; Msircia Tyson gave an acrobatic dance, Mrs. Chrischilles and Mrs. Art Prieba gave reading?, Rita Luedlfcke sang a solo accompanied by Patricia Dreyter, Prayer was by Susan Luedtke. ,'' She was assisted in opening gifts by her -sister, Susan, arid Jo Ann Breasc. Carriers were Linda Chrischilles, Christie Grief msrt, Linda Luedtke and Ann Krause. Linda Luedtke had the giteat book. Mrs. Christ, pout&d coffee, •>' ••• ., . ;, ' :: ' : • jAv Hostesses included Mesdames Irene Alt, Kay Krause; Lorens Henidncksen,i Florencia Saxtbti, Sh'irky Lenning, Leoiia Meyer, Rachel .Krause, Marie; Haifttel- riian,' Lucille; Eimers,-• Esther Jentz, Rohiaine Priebe, Eniia SuriTdii, Ruth Luedtke, Margaret Lagge, Lilftan V Zuhiach, Hilda Zumiach, Jo Zuiimch, 'Anita Thie- soii,; Kathy vHbsnek, Margaret Hainzingsr, Jpoajphine Juhil, Mad- elihe Priebe, Marian Streucker, Agnes Christ, Loreha Voigt, Evelyn Grienert, Ruby jentz, Caroline Luedtke, Clarice Luedtke, Verda Chrischilles and Estbar Ackerson. They will be married Saturday at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. '•.•'• LEAVES FOR ARMY Kenneth Beaver, son of the Charles Beavers, left last Monday from Algona for induction in the armed forces. He went to Fort Leonard Wood for pro- ca'ssing and the Beavers have not heard if he was to be sent elsewhere for his basic training. He was given a farewell dinner Sunday. Guests included 'his grandmother, Mrs. Florence Brown, an aunt, Mrs. Viola Stevens; brother, the James Beiav? crs, a sister, the Virgil Gardners, Mrs; Myrtle Triggs, Esther-; ville, and the Howard Beavers; Two uncles visited during the week. They were Kenly Beaver, Estherviile, Lloyd Beaver, Parai mount, Calif., William PetticbfiJ visited him SUridayr ll ' v " 'greei wttfiTa Idl SI suisiiint. r |feiks Ware at a minimum, a cub of cUf/ee co:i fchehi any- whetla ffdffi 45c to a dollar with if re' Mrs. Bruce Hill a fid childfen, Wfiktor Gity, Were w-eskfehd Vis* itoni With her parents, the Olaf Pat BiHzctt, Student nurse at Mercy School of nursing' ait C&- dar 'Rapids, spent the weekend 'parents, the ttobSrt with her Binzens. the Fred Browns, Mason City, and Mrs. Nellie Thorson, Ring- •sted, Were Thursday guests -at \ugu,s't Nelson's, The Browns are leaving soon for their winter home in Arizona. Krause services held at lotts Creek werfe held Friday services for Waiter Kraiwe, 71. Fenton, at tmmanuel Luthisrah church at Lotts Creek wfcth tHe ReV. Arnold Venling oftficiaiting. Pallbearers were Harold Dreyer, Martin Meyer, Gerald Radig, Dr. August Krause, AlVin Zumach and Ken Krause. Mr. Krause died October 18 at the hospital in Estherviile after VuC* until ertton several years ago. Me. biyerfK by. Wi. dreli B Mrs, .Eldori nan rllilLlIi) 1TU.«» a_*v»»-»» ,*•- *-• A J ys), Fairmont; and Mrs. Richard Stahl, (BuniciR), Houston, Texas. There are IT grandchildren and two great grandchildren, One son, Delton, is dead. There are two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Mrs. Anna Meyer,.both & ^Pat Itaiiise's. Mrs. — ,. Mts. Larry. Odde. i sisters for were drawn and what rrtionith u.—T -- s serve **$$**. * 80 munitv Center. Mrs. Bernie nd m -Gerald lUtw an will be co-clnairmari for the party this year. The group will meet next mon,Ui with Mrs. Larry Ramus. the parents at the coniferemca. time of the Advertise in the Advanre RETURNS FROM EUROPE .Paul Bernhard recently returned from a trip to Europe sponsored by the Exension vies and the Iowa Swine Producers. He was among 34 low- ans who left from Des Moines for Amsterdam, Holland. They also tooik a bus trip to Western Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Paris, France and London, They visitad hog raising facilities. He reported e weather similar to* local weather conditions with temperatures from 50 to 60 de- DIAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA PUBLIC AUCTION FERSTL FARM -160 ACRES DATE — NOVEMBER 2, 1966 — 1:30 P.M. PLACE — ON THE PREMISES — 1% miles West of St. Benedict, Iowa,: From Algpna 5 miles East on McGregor Road, 2 miles South, % mile West; 3 miles South on Sexton Road, % mile West. LEGAL DESCRIPTION — NW% Section 24, Township 95 North, Range 2$ West of the 5th P. M., JCossuth County, Iowa. (Irvington Twp.) SOIL — - Clarion and Webster. Good Drainage, excellent state of Production. pood Neighborhood. IMPROVEMENTS — Modern House, bam, hog house, corn crib, grain bin, good well. PQ§SES§|QM T— March, i, 1967. Fa,!! plowing now accomplished. Purphssef to P»y |f.7!5 P^F acre for discing and plowing. T|RM$ •»* Dg^n pjymont — 2X>% of purchase price upon execution of usyial Palanp§ March 1, 1967, upon delivery of abstract e title and warranty deed. AUCTION!!» jr- (Mws We§t, Wesley, Icwva. f or fyrthf r infprmttiop contact Clstuf W»*t; Mv^hon «nd C«»fl/ A»t9rn»Y»/ Algflma/ itwf; Linn«n, Lynch §nd Straub/ Attorn«ys, Algona, l«w*; M«tt Strfjt, CARPET HEADQUARTERS _ Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area -.;•:.• .''/",, ! ' • SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE : MMMMMMWMMMMMMMIM 'Bulk" Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Prer Premiums With Oat Purchases at our station. You'll Like Itl VIKING 0IL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. "Homebuilding Is Our Specially" Wt'll appreciate £eh<inee to «• Hmate without obligation on any town or farm construction. CONSTRUCTION CO,,. Phon. V?0 URT, IOWA Good Neighbor In Swea City MMMM tllllll IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Etjiil|mi«4nl Allis Chalmert fi Gelil . .. "S«,r\ Ino Northern Iowa 4 r Southern Minr'M«»« for tht oalt 29 Y«ir$ — 1937 toH^6" 272-4601 v Swea A group of neighbors showed their kindness and generosity in helping Mrs. Wen- ••',,•'•.'•' , , - ,• • dell Ditsworth combine her soybeans after the accident. Pictured (left to right) Harvey L. Larsen, Bob Cordeman, James Koons, Walter O'Green, Art Kracht and • Behlcn Building* • Kewan«« Disci • Caw Farm- Machinery "Th« 3e«t of Everything" Phone 295-2467 Algona Walter Magriuson. Yes, there were a number of self-propelled New Idea Uni-Systems belonging to James Koons and O'Green Bros., along with Allis-Chalmers belonging to Reuben Holcomb, Everett .and-Lloyd Thoreson and Linde Implement, that helped in the Good Neighbor Deed. WMMMMMAAMMNAMMMMMMAM Bfipiri Building Ccnfracfflr , AII tyoes Cab!r)0t Work •22 Sauth Heckart, Algona Dial 295-2180 e»ll after 6:00 p.m. New I Self-propelled combines are coming in fast and we are delivering 26 new Glean' ers and Uni-Systems this year ... A big boost for farmers with custom work ... or to help the farmer get his own work done faster. • > 9RAIN STORAGE And CASH BUYERS OF Mi QRAIHS CARGILL, INC. Dale Kleingartner • Manager —— LINDE IMPLEMENT carries the largest repair stock in Northern Iowa and South- ,] • I ern Minnesota . . . to help the farmer keep his power equipment operating at all times. Area Farmers For Over 29 Years" LINDE IMPLEMENT Swea City/Iowa MMMMMI NAM TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Koiwth County Advance Algont MOVING-STORAGE OMTING We M«ve HouMheld Goedi AnvwMre r-r Fully i n Furnjtvre i Miehinery In CU*n, Modern «*9vin f POST Bill READY MIX CONCRETl Saves % Saves Time f Does a Better Job PMQNE 295-5?^, COWAN* CORP. (Formerly R 99 dy My x Cpp(r«te Iowa State Bank Algona'* Hom§-«wnad Mambtr 9 f FDIC »f Federt) mum J UnduySoftWitir OF ALGONA

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