Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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Willii* 64, livermore, diMOct.25 v- fcivarmerei Funeral services *6*"WHttaW'F. Claus, 64, we^e held Monday at 1 p.m. at Siev- ors' Funeral Home at Humboldt. Kenneth R. Huckaby, presiding minister of the Jehovah's Witnesses officiated. Burial was in Union Cemetery. Mr. ci*u§Y a, lifelong resident •of the Uvermore area, died Fri- Ver, Colo., Bernard, Anchorage,! Alaska, Mrs. Button Bomte, Ronald and John, all of LiVer- nmrej two st**pehildreii r Rex Moore And Mrs, Charles Pai-ks, both of Fort Dodge; IS grand* childrenj tvyx> gre^t'grandchil- drett; three bfothci;s f Georgej Salt Lake City, Utah, ConrsWl, Frowberg, Mont., Charles of Fort Dodge, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Jennings, Riverton, Wyo. 79th BIRTHDAY , Mrs. Lela Heitef had three birthday observances . for her 79th birthday this year Which was Sunday, Oct. 30th. On Sat Urday Mrs. Alice Clayton, Mrs Ida Peterson and Mrs. Eva Dew 7-ALGONA (lewiV ADVANCf THURSDAY, NOV. 3, received many gifts and cards. ATTENDS WiDDlNG Mrs. Lucy Conly has returned after 'spending, a week in Mil< ford where she attended the wedding of a nephew, Richard Cook, who is stationed with the Navy, hi Key West, Fia- and Miss Cheryl O'Farrell of Arnold's Park dn Saturday, Oct. 22nd. Learps of death of in Viet Ham WoHard CotefMft ay, Oct. 26 at toe ' pita! ift Ft. D6dge. Mr, and ttos- and Mr and Mrti Lfestiit WeSSel of ter at Friendship Haven. - In 1929 he married Lena Dehart at Fort Dodge and they farmed near Uvermore. Mrs. Claus died a number of years ago. Mr. Claus had resided two months at the Marian Home, Fort Dodge* before entering the Health Center where he was a patient for a week. He had been in failing health for somfe time. Surviving* are' seven children: Mrs. T, H. v TU<*er, Clarksville, Teem., Miss Mary Claus, Den- ,> ei ot mgona came oy DUB ana in the forenoon and spent the day with her. Later in the afternoon, a niece, Mrs. Clara Boll- iiiger and her daughter of Lone Rock came bringing a birthday cake. On Sunday her family came for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Helter and Linda of Spencer,, and Lyle Heiter and daughter Debbie of Omaha. They also .brought a birthday cake. Monday afternoon several neighbor ladies came bringing another birthday cake. She also I Your Support and Vote Will j.>CtLJn. .V7ii •fc/wwwi*. —— >j j — - t While there she also visited m the homes of her three sisters and brothers, and with artother brother Carl Thelen, who is a patient in the Spencer Miss Florence Altman and Miss Anna Murray drove to Ayershire one day last week on msiness connected with Miss Hurray's farm. Mrs/Jessamine Miller accompanied her daughter and hu* Mind, the Harl Gimers of, Renwick to Des Moines last week " days Mrs. R. w7 Beardsley, who brought her home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schylti and Dennie'spent the weekem in the Gary Schultz home in Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thew j former Esther Johnson ol irble, Minn,, weje, guests in i JBttiie'Ldtue noine*'from Fri Liver more — Mr£. Kenrta received word last week of the death of hersgranddaugli 1 ter's husband* :Johh ^ilsp*i in id been Viet Naftl w . stationed with the Army for the past 10 months. The body was shipped back to the States an< funeM services were held a Edmond, Okla., his home town His Mfe is. the Ella Marie MoKenna on former . daughter of the Herb MeKehflas who live in Edmond. ., •• r where she visited several m the home of Dr. and Be Appreciated ( ftt-ELECT ' CLARA WALKER Democratic Candidate For Kossuth County RECORDER Qualified By Experience To Serve You Well DEVINE SURGERY Friends received ^vn, Tavern K. C. High Teiftl OiHM .244S .2409 K. C. Town Tavern lottilM fertt lor many . W. G. Cooper visited High Sertit K en0 Undei-berg ^_— - — 589 Barney Thilges _— -,- ^ Barney Thilgei LUCKY word tha Dodg* Wfcm fecent Vi^tots n the Martin Millef horf». . Brent Fdth/' *ert or Mfi ana 11 M mm — Mrs. Allan Foth fell Arid1 W6ke j lm Terwilliger part of a front tooth off while High __.. rtaying football at school Jast Ken Underberg _.____——247 week, Brent is in the third j ^ oti Terwiltigef .___.i—— 223 fT*flH0 " ' •.••; '- . * "• "' '' Mrs. Burrel Smith was he*». ess'to the W.S.G.S. at the Meth» odist church Wednesday alter noon. Mrs. Arnold Hill gave the devotions and lesson. Each member present brought a "Get Well" gift for Mrs, Biesemeyer, wife of the minister, who is a patient at the. Lutheran tal in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Sylvia Kantinski and son David of Omaha i came Thursday and stayed until Sunday in the parental Richard Ferstl home. Bradgate, at Mercy Olivef bets, West fietld. WOMIN __ 2 3 L 13 FARMERS CO-OP CO-OP BULK FHD SMVICE „ feeds - —- 2i " 15 UtsfMrs 16 12 T u ck Line " Call 2311 FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATW THANK YOU LOYAL SUPPORT '(Paid 'Political XdvT , until ^Monday .afternoon rdayle,v<*ningtthe$ .were all in'the Lloyd Uarson horn ... Humboldt. On Sunday they were dinner guests in the Donald Armstrong'home in Algona and <in the> evening, visited in thei Lyle Larson home at Hardy. Mr. and, Mrs., Charles Logo* of* Algona were recent visitors in,'the home of his brother, the Ernie Logues. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Meese of Aurora, 111., visited in the Harry Clark and Harold polder homes from Tuesday until Friday of last week, Mr. Meese is an uncle of Mrs. Dolder and brother-in-law of Mr. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Dal* Joiner and Sharon spent Sunday in Bagley where they visited their son Larry who teaches in the school there. Miss Florence Altman entertained ; j the v -DeUa;;.{Dek, ^Bridge club' at her home Friday after noon. A 2 o'clock dessert lunch con was served atid at-cards Mrs. Al Leverty received high second week that Mrs. Bess Devine haid undergone surgery for the rer moval of a hip joint at the Iowa Methodist Hospital in• Des Moines on Tuesday. Theryjpint was replaced with a plastic, one and there are possibilities j that she may be able to walk again. Mrs., Devine, a long time Livermore resident, has madfe her home in Winterset for the .past several years, to be near her youngest son and family, the Mrs. Ferstl went home with] them to spend a week. Miss Margaret Devine under* went major surgery at the Mer? livermore Lanes ___12 Watkins—.——— 8 '„ High Team Series .2274' John Devine's. Following is her address for anyone wishing to t week. She is progressing > satisfactory and expects to be home soon. Mrs. Margaret Howard has 3 weeks in Kansas City where she^visited in the home: of her] son', the Jim Howards. Mr. and Mrs. Oaryl Frederick and ;Kathy, Miss SharOn Ny-. gaard and Mr. and Mrs. Basil "T":il957 High f elm" Garne Series write to 'her: Mrs. Elizabeth De-' r6ck went to LeMars Saturday vine', Room 506Y, Iowa Metho- to" 0 Attend Homecoming festiyt- dist Hospital; Des Moines, Iowa. —••--'». ««• *-A*»^II «—>, K^_ »ff igri and bingo, s. aro Hamiri the prisse. Mrs. Baker and LEG AMPUTATED . Matt Marso, brothe'r of Mrs. Frank Oox : Who made 3 his home T& at the COx home, ,for several years but has-been staying at ihe Marion Nursing Home., in Dodge the past years, had a leg amputated last week, a few nches~ below the knee. He previously had had a toe taken off on the opposite foot. He Jis at the Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge and is progressing satis factory. - - ; , ATTENDS WEDDING Mrs. Martha King accompanied a niece and husband, Mr and Mrs. Arthur VJensen; of Ruthland, to Cedar Falls on^Sat urday where they attended the wedding of a grandniece, Miss Sandra King at the 'First Pres- byteriain ' Church- in u0edar Falls They returned on Sunday. .es and the football game ween Midland and Westmar in I he afternoon, in which .West: mar tied for! first 'place' in j the] conference. Ron Fred-1 dick, a sophomore at Westmar >lays defensive tdckle on the neighborhood card elub earn. The met at the home of Mrs. Henry roh Tuesday afternoon. A 2 'clock dessert luncheon was erved and at cards Mrs. Julius decker received the high prize. NEW SON born.-to» Mr.' iand -• , • • liyi* ^W^B ••• - j • r Myrtle JStilti _L-_JJ_i——500 I Fran McG'ee' 1^___"_— 4631 High GamtsOvtr 175 ie, Stiltz ^__i__:_—^—209 lie Weydert • _^____;•__:—181 J180 firs. Allan Foth, low and slorman Scott, travel. Scott was a guest. Mrs. Mrs. LIVERMORE BOWLING Domino League W I M&M Feeds _22 M li Pioneer --- 21 , J. Town Tavern., __:___18 1 Liyermore Bank 17' •.. 1 O. Hardware ____16 1 Mike's Garage '. 16 1 Anaerican Legion —16 1 Smith,Lumber 15 1 Livermpre \ Kossuth County Attorney Dear Friends, ' . ' . , ' I know that you are interested-ln Kossuth County having good government and experiencedI officials.'- As Kossuth County Attorney for many years; I 1 feel that I h>ve obtained the experience necessary for this important position. -, '•••.•••• : • .," \'";."" '*'''.' . • :• f • I am 38 years of age, married arid the father of 5 children and a life-long resident of Kossuth County. I am a Marine Corps veteran and have been active in community projects. ... During my tenur^ at County Attorney I have prosecuted, processed and handled over 550 District Court Criminal Cases as well as over 250 Juvenile Casts in addition to num.rout minor cases in all the J, P. Courts of the County. I have attended numerous schools of instruction brt all phases of the work of County Attorney, I have advised all ceurtty elficiilt en County matters and from this past experience have obtained a comprehensive working know: ledge of the many criminal and civil laws relating to this position. The office of County Attornay is a very responsible one. The County Attorney is the chief law enforce- men* officer of the County, He advises the Sheriff, the police officers, the patrol, the Courts and all ether County Officials. To properly fulfill these duties, it Is imperative that he be well qualified and experienced. I believe in the prosecution of •» offenders. I believe in the protection of the, rights ef all citUens, I be. lieve in the fair, oquitablt and jUst administration of the laws. The number of convKtlons for OMVI, iust to mention one area of law enforcement, for KossMth County in 1965 was four times greater than that m the i counties of Palo Alto end Humboldt. In 1964, the number of convictions was five times greater, K. C. Hardy Cafe 10 Gronbach's DX _: 5 High Team Series M & M Feeds _246 Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher e««»ee»ee»e»««ee»e«eee»e LET US : Mtifi: KehlerPljitures GasCenyersiens Myer§(, 'fit S. ! 'Algena, Iowa Phone 295-3234 The Alfred Lemkes, Atlantic, were ..Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth. Mrs Edward Grimm had a cof- ee Thursday for Mrs. Allan Watmen's birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Verne Waechter and Mrs.,; James Banwart. The Ladies Rural club, met Thursday with Mrs. Mary, Leitl.- Mrs. Edward Zinnci read the scripture.! Roll call'and lesson was on the history of Humboldt county: To the. Belmond • disaster .fund was given $5. Mrs. Leitl had the recreation.' Roger, son of the Knut Oppe- dahls transferred Monday from Cv.Twin;iRivers.school..• at Bode to the Humboldt high school. He is a sophomore. His parents wil move soon to a new home they 'have built near Our Saviors Lutheran church. The Oppe- VOTE FOR ANDREW REISING w Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR of the 3rd District •Prairie, Wesley, Buffalo, German, Portland & Ramsey Townships • ' * ; '" Be Sure To Vote >^^ the ri I pledge to continue my policy of strict law enfercement in a fair and iw»'j«'<7»[' ^'"J ' fy » '*JJ* ghti of aTcitiiens as well as the right* ef the accysed. Your vote for GORDON Li WIHKit fer County nay will guarantee Kossuth County continued experience, competence and efficiency in this responsible office, VOT6 FOR EXPBRIiNCi. VOTE FOR GOOP GOVERNMf NT, VOTE FOR FAIR, COMPETENT AND EQUI- TAiLE LAW ENFORCEMENT. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WIU SE GREATIY APPRiCIATED. Sincerely yours, Gordon U. Winkel Kossuth County Attorney Vote for Gordon L Winkel for * * * * * * * * if 'if if. if if if if if if ir if if if if if ** he gets things DONE for Northwest Iowa • A number of th« HOUM en Agriculture and 2 important Subcommittees • Instrumental in obtaining Wf|t«rn Air iffvic* for Noftrmeat |owt • Actlvt, youthful, a Q prta«Jv«! || to NerthWMt low* in II yncMiUt or jk I, fill, Security, tn* 4 y««r fa/m WH ( * * if if if v^* * * I * * I ******** *********

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