Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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Ottosen group sends $ 25 to Belmond aid Ottoten — Lutheran church Women mot Wednesday aiftef" noon. Mrs. Robert Lc Mont gave the lesson on baptism. Mrs. Norman Hcllesc'th was the hostess. Belmond storm victims were given $25. A lesson will, also be given at the next meeting, Nov. 2. At the Nov. 16 meeting, "Thank offering" boxes will be turned in. WORKS AT BELMOND Richard Zaman was a member of the National Guard who went to BcJmond for four days. Th;2 first two days he worked with a chain saw, cutting trees, and the other two days he stood guard. etmore Presbyterian chutth Monday. The peaft telfords had the 13 couples ot their card cuu> *ri- tiay night. Mrs. Paul Meyer re' ceivett mgh and Mrs. conrad Johnson low tor women, Conrad High and Faui Meyer iow. itic'rtaiu Kiii&u>th Had travel. lite ijiiester Aimes ana Mrs. Edna Madsen went to i>nel!tieia ft'iuay tor tneif LiOi'i ivladsen's Vth 'i'he John Lai-sons, Swea City, Ralpn dacouooas and Conr*tti WtJie toaturuay guesca ut Lio.nuld uays 01 Mrs. Jbmi Carson, Jacotoon ana l'iie tors were Mrs. James Fowler entered Mercy hocpital, Ft. Dodge, for tests last Monday. Their sons Lyndon and Jason are staying with the Edgar Meyers at A.1- gona and the baby, Melissa, is with har grandparents, the Kermit Fowlers. Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Earl Long and Naomi Struthers, elders and former elders of the Presbyterian church, attended a combined session at the Liv- Otsons ana aaugh- ounaay vistLtoiw Oaoorn's, Cynnder, tor Jon s »ui fr'aul i^pmoadV Ann, Dobana feter, Mason City, were Friday gucoU* at iviaigarui .11 (He i»nto'raOi)ii aii We're oi ivixs. i^oran Daniel. Mrs. ttern- iU-d JauuA>, iiraugaio, was aiao * visitor at tne Ocuiiel home. 'I'ne Harolu *ram>oachs, Whit- bcnioie, wore Saturday visitor ni fancy Gross's. •'I'ne Wallace underbergs,> Ft Douga, were Sunuay gucwts at .emiy Olson's. 'ine Garaw Hoffmann were Sunday gueos oi ms parents, tne iViiaruii Holt mans at Ogden. They also visited her mocner, Mrs. Maoal Kinehart, Ogden. i'he K. E. Le Moats, oi Cedar eel in Mteilottaty ences in the U. S. Bible ooiifef-ALOONA (fowi) ADVANCI-I |*J M |J THURSDAY, OCT, 27, t*M LWfiri Lriyird tutors git $279 as tlam * Ledyard — The senior class .reasui-y is $279 richer since the slave Auction was held Wednes* aay night. There were 17 bidders lor the 2A seniors. Paul Ntoz and Jerry; ClarK were thfe auctioneers, mdcters tor worJc last ba'turuay were hupt. i)e- jsoer, tilvm Carpenter, Leoa Me- uoy, Harold tieiv,og, Cariin bg- usual, Mrs. Melvui buscn, * arrow, Aitred Lloyd, Mrs. Gleiri iwereiot Tnompsoil, Mrs. Carpenter, Jerry Gilbertson, feruev Everotc joitu- &oa, ttiutoa Joniisou, barmen and Martial Bartoio. au, Lakota, Sunday. Sharon Harms and Ray ChArft- betlaitt, Youth Fellowship, acs oompanied Keith Strayer to a Youth meeting at Mason City Sunday. Mrs. Violet Sykes, Livermore, is still a patient at Lutheran hospital, Port Dodge, where She was taken three weeks ago after being found unconscious in, he* home. She is slowly improving. Mrs. Sykes is the mother of Mrs. Phyllis Struthers here and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch, LuVerne, '' Mrs. Emma Gregg, Elk River, Minn., came last Thursday for a tew days with the Clyde Dudleys. Mrs. Gregg, sister of Mrs. Dudley, lost hc<r husband last January, and is now a teachers Aid in the Elk River schools. to km play Ledyard — The Ledyard juniors will give their play Dear Diary Friday, Oct. 28 at 8:00 in the school auditorium. Taking parts are Marlena Johnson, Wayne Logemann, Judy Blome, Roxy Baumann, Bill Johnson, Lynn Munyer, and Shirley Keefe. James Martin is director. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner pital ifl Algona. This Wa1ce« fouif girls and a boy in the family. Mrs. Justine Becker, Wesley, and John tt.*Rediftg, St. Joe, ate the gafaftdparents. Mrs. Harold Reditlg, surgicTal patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital,. Fort Dodge, returned Saturday after -10 days in the hospital. Mrs. Dan Gidley, Colorado Springs, Colo., daughter of the Harold Redings came Monday to be with her mother dUf- ng her convalescence. Spec/5 Gary.N.' Friders R A 7692497 Co ! "A" 6th S.F.G.A., Mrs. Mary Klnsch, Camarialla, Calif, is a visitor here. Mrs. Irvington By Mae McLean Mrs. Gsrald Coleman was anl Klnsch is a sister of N - J overnight guest Saturday of her mother, Mrs. Henry Stevens, at Ogden. Mrs. Marie Frankl returned Rapids, the weeKend at Mon-ts. soa, the Kev. Robert Le CAN'T COME IN? SAVE BY MAIL! LJET us HELP you save the easifway with our postage-paid save-by-mail envelopes; Save time —save trips—save postage Homefe Savings & Loan Assn. prisoner missionary to have services Rev. Paul D. Friederichsen, missionary to the Philippines for :en years, and a prisoner of the Japanese during the war, will give his unique Missionary-Bible ministry at the Rsigular Baptist church, Elm and Wc-oster, for a weak from next Sunday through Vov. 6. The" time on Sundays is 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and week nights at 7:30 p.m. Using the vu-graph projector, and his original colored slides, he shows missionary principles ^Af^rnearirten years as a ^' bzgm minister in America, Rev. Frie- „_ % derichsen in 1939 went with his family to the Philippine,Islands home Friday after a week at Waterloo visiting relatives and friends. Gueots at Victor Applegate's, Ames, Sunday for Victor's 61st birthday were Mrs. Darryl Swartz and S0i'iv>, Evansdale; the Robert Applogatas, Atlantic; Mrs. Sylvia issard and the Richard Nails, orwith, and the Lawrence Millers. * .. Don Canaday was released from St. Ann hospital, Saturday, alter several days. Don had an .injured knae in football practice and a blosd clot was idy/wi- od. Visitors at Charles Reaper's Oct. 18 was Mrs. Reaper's brother, the Ben Mullins, Kana^ha. Mission Study group met at the Irviinigfcon church Thursday. After the business meeting Flor- ancd Coiwell led devotions and Doris Davis conducted a lesson in Concern magazine, after which a duffel bag of used cloth- nig was packed. Seventeen attended Youth Fellowship at the Irvington, church last weak Thursday eveming with the lesson under the direction of Keith Strayer. Karlecn and Charleen Klein and Sue and Bob Kent were hostesses. The hay- ride scheduled that evening was postponed until Oct. 27 with lunch at the church afterwards. The Jess Bakers, Selah, Wash., who had been visiting at Kanawha and in this area for a few the return trip Lu Verne , Fern Biglngs Mrs. Elmtr Emory of Fort Dodge; took Mrs. Jessie, Stripling, her daughter Mrs. Sheir- man Arends and Joni to Readlyn where they visilted the Dwayne Tobays and Nicky Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Tobsy is the former Becky Stripling. . Carol Ristau .and her .fiance Pete Easterhouse, Maryville, Mo., were weekend guests: ait the parental Harold Ristau's. Carol is attending the Missouri Northwest college in, Maryville. Mrs. Wilma Baskerville vi.it- cd friends in Fairmont Monday. George Schnetzer went to Le Mars and brought his daughter lonnie, freshman at Westmar, home for the weekend. The Iharlss Merkles took Connie back Sunday. Connie is a sister of Mrs. M&rkle. , Sunday guests at Ralph David- oa's were their children Gordon Davidson and Luann, Burt, as a missionary! under Association of Baptists for World Evangelism. During the war, Rev. and Mrs. Friederichsen with their two small boys were imprisoned in two different internment camps by the invading Japanese, for a period of 31 months. Following the war, the need for reconstruction and relief in the Philippines was so great, Rev. and Mrs. Friederichsen returned to the field. However, two post war terms had to be shortened because of health. At the present, Rev. Friederichsen is engag- Mrs. Blanche Lage and guests, were near Estherville Sunday visiting the Otis Opsals. Mrs Opsal is a niece of Mrs. Lage and Mrs. Dye. Before coming here the Dyes had visited the Ralph Nelsons and Mrs. Sarah Nelson, Waterloo, and the Don aid Dyes and Mrs. Clarence Mount, Mason City. The Ralph Nelsons, Waterloo and James Lages, Fort Dodge were Sunday callers ait Blanche Lage's. The Nelsons stopped a> Belmond to view the damage and see some friends. Herbert Rosenau called on his brothers, Lloyd and Alvin Rosen ;he Vernon Egglestons and De- oires, LuVsrne and the Varnion. Oavidsos and Kathy, Adel. Mrs Eunice Meyer, who spent last week here, returned home to Adel with the Vernon Davidsons The Earl Johns, Lenard, Coleen and Jo Ellen, visited Sa turday in Britt .with his moth er,,,t,h.e Andis Wernots.! ;;..,; ... The Arthur Henrys and grand daughter Paula Block, Rockwei City, visited Sunday with Mrs Myrtle Egglcoton, mother of Mrs. Henry. t SNAIL — Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, was presented with a snail shell believed to be over 3,000 years old. Bob Petit found the shell while superintendent of a construction crew in Soutih Dakota. The snail shell was found 51 feet underground. dert and Anton Weydert here and Math Weydsrt,^Algona, and the past month was spent with a daughter the Ralph Reinwalds and Denise, Chicago, 111. The Reinwalds brought .Mrs. Kinsch here and spemt tne weekend with relatives. Catholic Daughters officers are invited to attend a guest night Nov. 8 at Wesley. I'he Lee Nepples, Jim Clarks and Margaret, Iowa City, spenl the weekend with Mrs. Nepple' arents, the Orville Wagners and Barbara. Mrs. E. J. Gales had her 50( club Thursday with Mrs. T'o'iij Jecker, Mrs. Susie Kramer and Mrs. Peter Bormann receivin, prizes. Mrs. Jos Sinnwell has th club Nov. 3. Mrs. Richard J. Thul an Thomas John spent Sunday wit her husband's parents', 1 the Eu Thuls. Mrs. Thul leaves the latter" part of November for Ft. Bliss, Texas, where her husband, Pfc. Richard J. Thul, 17718142 SVC BTRY. RGN Com. USAADCEN McGregor RNG, is :tationed. Mrs. Thul is employed it the selective service office in AlgO'na, and lives with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr, Wesley. Sue Elizabeth Reding, daughr t2>r of the Donald Redings, was japtized by Rev. Le>o C. Schumacher in St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Joyce 3-scfcer, Wesley, and Delrher Pott Bragg, K c., ftttff, to visiting his Mher, Harold Fri* d€M, and dthef reteUye* iAd Mends. He has i month'* fil^ lough. He visited in Colorado, Arizona and California before coming here. He has 8 months of service before discharge. The Joe Slniwetis ahd the Hoget Sinnwells, Steve, Vickl, David and John, Mason City, visited relatives in Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Phillips, Gil bertsviUe, spoilt here with he Louise Thul. Mrs. Phillips ao iifflimiiiiiiiiBiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii WiU the bills Rading, Algona. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher is attending Priest's retreat this week K.t the American Martyrs Retreat House, Cedar Falls. Tha Dean Dodds, Algona, have a daughter, Lori Marie, born in St. Ann hospital. The Wm Doddis, Algona, and Raymond KbhUiaases, -.St. .1 Jopv. ara,,th.3 grandparents. Mrs. Mary Winkel Algona, K. L. Kohlhaases and ohn Thuls, St. Joe, are the grea;t .ranidparents. Lori Marie has « ister Debbie and a brother Ami and they are with their maternal grandparents, the Ray mond Kohlhaases. The Don Redings have a daugh er born Oct. 17 in St. Ann hos Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE RELIGIOUS CENSUS M UMM SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 6 id«, who spent The George M*m*, AM.JftiH 1 * the Weekend parents, the fid BormaniM old JerryThoma*, «m ftf Mr, Ma £ Mrs. Lawrenc* Thomas zuma, btotigM home biggest.fish channel catfish weighed iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi'ii™" more than they should? They might, if you have to borrow the money to pay them., ; (Repaying that loan will cost you a pretty penny in interest charges.) But if you make a habit of saving with us, with the people who specialize in saving, you will have the money when you need it The difference between borrowing to pay the bills for your baby ' or saving ahead and getting earnings on your savings ".'••' could furnish the nurseru Saving makes the difter'enotv Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. I All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Coi-poratioD of Washington, D.C. If 'you are an Algona resident, one of 200 workers who have volunteered for this census, will visit your house. This is part of an all-denominational survey to establish accurate records of church membership or preference. If you will not be at home-on this date, please watch this newspaper next week for a special form to be filled out and left on the door of your home. Churches providing workers for the census are: St. Cecelia's Catholic, Firtt Methodiit, Pr«byterian, Congregaitonal, Trinity Lutheran, First Lutheran, First Baptist, St. Thomas Episcopal and Na?arene. Your help will be appreciated. Let the protect you! Please help to make this census complete and accurate. ALGONA RELIGIOUS CENSUS COMM. w Representing the churches of Algona —• »»«»t»»»«t«tttt»t»»»»tt»t^ DODGE TRUCK 5 YEAR/ 50000MILE ENGINE AW DRIVE IUUN WARRANTY HERE'S HOW THIS WARRANTY COVERAGE PROTECTS YOU: Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50.00D miles or 1500 hours of operation, whichever comes lirst, against defects in materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation authorized dealer's place of business gasoline and Perkins diesel engines (i.e., block, heads, and internal parts); intake manifold, water pump, flywheel, flywheel housing, clutch housing, torque converter, transmission (i.e., case and internal parts, excluding manual clutch), transfer case and all inteinal parts, drive shafts, center bearings, universal joints, driving axles and differentials, and Jrive wheel bearings of its new Dodge trucks, provided the owner has (1) the engine oil changed and universal joints (except sealed-type) lubricated and the oil-bath-type carburetor air filter cleaned every 3 months or 4000 miles (every 2 months or 2000 miles on models 400 through 1000), whichever comes first, (2) the engine oil filter replaced and dry-type caiburetor air filter cleaned every second oil change, and dry-type carburetor air filter element replaced every 24,000 miles, (3) the crankcase ventilation system cleaned and serviced every 4000 miles, and (4) the transmission, transfer case and driving axle lubricants changed every 32,000 miles (every 20.000 miles on models 400 through 1000). The foregoing services must be performed more often when reasonably required due to severe dust or regular "stop and go" operation. Every 6 months the owner must furnish to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service and request the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the truck's then current mileage. (You can tell they're good guys they all wear (Y\ white hats) DODGE D-100 This famous Dodge Sweptline Pickup, like all other Dodge trucks, is protected by this exclusive warranty. PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA

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