Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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given at LuVerne for Beverly Beseh 1 ', '' .-','' A>uV*rn*—Beverly Besch, of Whittemore wes given a .pre» ftwptial shower at the M&tbo- disdt church with 40 attending.'; /Hostesses were Mrs. Clarence a*d Mrs. Marion Casey, Mrs, Richard Bristow, Mrs. Raymond Hlttg, Mrs. Verne Plathe, Mrs> Pete Plemel, ,Mr3. Allen Darby, •Mre, Roland Lenz, Mrs. Raymond Mrs.' Thees Sohnaken- _— program in charge of :8. Nelson, consisted of readr MB^y. Mrs. Nelson and Sandra Nelson, vocal duet Rita and Diane Patterson and paper and pencil games. She is the daughter of tihie June* ;Besches, Whittemore and was mtorfcrd to Dennis Sill, son of the Chester Sills, LftVefns, Nov. 12 at the Catholic churdi M Whittfetnore, Hiey Will m on the Dreettnait farm near Galbraith, Mrt, Harry L. Maw The Rev. and Mfs^ O. R, Roberts of Bilakes'burg were Friday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer. On ;Thursday Mrs. Earl Wil- liite anid Mrs. pee Wilhite visited With Mrs. Lois Chambers at Klemme and Mrs. George Schulfcz at Britfc Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr were Monday afternoon callers in Fort Dodge. Mrs/Viola Brown accompanied them and visited her sister, Mrs. Chris Pedersen at Humboldt. Mrs. Earl Wilhite and Mrs. Dee Wilhite visited Wednesday WINTER STOCK THANKS TO .DU you know that beef cattle -(•in more, milk cows give more »Uk, when provided with heated tank water? And this hap- pom despite the fact that they 0*t leM feed! That's how a low- >feM* efficient Thermogas Stock Tank Heater can save you money during the cold months. And it's easier for you — no more back-breaking ice-breaking chores. And because Ther- mogas .service is dependable, you don't have to worry with this .problem all winter. So, stop in or call today for details about u stock tank heater, operated by Thermogas. MORE SERVICE PER GALLON . . .ALL WAYS 30-DAY FREE TRIAL AT ... Thermogas Co. of Algona 295-2841 S. Phillips St. Algona aCternobn with Mr*. Famiie r»ck «n<l Mat Bagtey. Mr. and -Mrs, Leo Elbert returned home from ft month visit itl Ittglewood, Cailifornia where they Attended their son Dean's wedding. Earl Elbert, Mrs. 'Dick Vaughn,, Mrs, Esther Walter and Otto Elbert, all of Whittemore visited Sunday evening at the Leo Elberts. Vincent Oxlcy of Algom spent the weekend &t the Earl Wilhite home. On Sunday afternoon they visited Mrs. Ed Arend ait Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McEnroe at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Oxley of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the Weekend, with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson and Mrs. Marion Nail. Debbie DeGroote and: Joyce Krebs, who attend college at Cedar Falls, spo-nt the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Jr., of Grinnell, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner and family and Mike Geary spent Sunday with Mrs. Wagner's mother, Mrs. John Rouse at Ayshire land', at the Cabin at Lost Island: '. Steph arm Bartich, David and Beth Risvold and Krist Nerem, all students at St. Olaf college at Nonthfield, Minn., spent the weekend with their parents. Mrs. Richard Youngwirth returned to /her home from the Mercy hospital, Mason City, following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Mick Will of Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Agard of Mankota, Minn., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mi-s. Fred Will. Mrs. Art Kraft of Renwick spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry WUihite and family moved into the former Jdhn Arend home., .Mr. aind Mrs. Robert Imlay and Mary of Mason City, Mr. and. Mrs. Grant Imlay of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gtawe and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe visited Sunday afternoon at the George Glawe home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr and Mrs. Viola Brown were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Stroup home at Hampton. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr. Mrs. Dee Wilhite spent a few VOTE FOR MERTIE H. HUBER RtMbliem Oaidldate for COUNTY RECORDER • Received specialized training at Hamilton Butintts Colltgt, Mason City • Ten years experience inM Titonka Scvmn'Birik • Experience as bookkeeper at Bort and Titonka •(•vators • Widowed with one son, Gary, student in Burt High School CLOSE-OUT PRICES 4-AL60NA Titonka youtli weds ' ' V .',•-: '-.'•' • ( ' ' " lays visiting at the Earl Wilhite lome. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen spent Sunday at.the Jerry Furgenson home in Mason City h honor of thei birthday of Jerry Jurgensen. D.Y.T. Club met on Friday at the home of Mrs. Phil, Puffer with Mrs. Neal Wildman assisting. •. : •• •••.-.;• •' ' .:; Mr. and Mrs. John Muilins received word that their son Tom, has been promoted to Captain. Mrs. Norman Peterson is a >atient at the Mercy hospital in Vlason City. . : Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Tabb of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the weekend with relatives in Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Muilins and family of Clear Lake were Sunday dinner guests with his Mr. and Mrs. John • - - ON ALL BRAND NEW 1966 CASE COMBINES - TERMS TO SUIT ALL - - Taylor Implement Co :>arenits, Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer spent the weekend with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- leth Williams in Rosemont, Minn. : Mrs. Gertrude Thornlbury spent Sunday with her daughter and family, Mrs. Darwin Kaulin at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming were Sunday dinner guests'of VIr. 'and Mrs'. Ed""Lenz' at"Lu Verne. 'Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lutz and family of Decorah, spent the weekend with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Lutz. Mrs. Robert Nutty, Susan and Sarah, spent the weekend with Mrs. Nutty's mother, Mrs. Emma Oxley. On Sunday they visited Mrs. Lee Nutty in Ames 1 . Mrs. Russell Tebben and Paul were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. Diana Robinson, who attends Luther college at Decorah and Jack Robinson of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. Mrs. Phil Hunglet, Worthy Matron of Paradise Chapter and Mrs. Thurman Gaskill, attended Grand Chapter at Cedar Rapids the past week. Ex-Algonan is promoted by phone company J. L. Cutler, Ames, has been named district plant manager for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., at Council Bluffs, He has 'been service supervisor at Ames, He is the son of Mrs. Harry L. Cutler, Algona. Cutler graduated from high school here in 1956, and studied engineering at Ames, He joined Northwestern Bell in 1959 at Pocahontas in the construction department. He left the company in 1961 and returned! to college. During the summer of 1962 he worke4 for the telephone company as a trainee in the Spencer plant office. In 1963 Cutler received his bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering at A»nes. He then returned to Northwestern Bell at Des Moines as a management trainee in the plant department. Later that year he was named service foreman at Indianola. In 1965 Cutler was transferred to the area plant office and in April of 1965 was named service supervisor at Ames. Active in civic and Janet Kay Staack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Staack of Tripoli, and Jac Robert .Givens, son of Mr. aind Mrs. Morris O. Givens -of Titonka, were mar ried Oct. 9 at Grace Lutheran Church in, Tripoli. Rev. A. C Koenetor performed the double ring ceremony in the. presence of 160 guests. Mrs. Davin Van Ahn was voc alist, accompanied by Mrs A. C. Koengeter at the organ. Patricia Bruns was maid o honor, and Nancy Staack am Diane Staack, the. bride's sisters, were bridesmaids. Best man was Dale Lage cousin . of the groom. Groom's attendants were Tom Staack am Lowell Heinemann. Ushers were Dwight and Duane 'Wedemeier A reception was held in the ceremony, - with Mr. and Mrs George Roberts as .hosts. Linda Urban registered the guests Mrs. Karl Goldberg, aunt of the groom, cut the cake, Darleth Wedemeier poured coffee, and Mrs. Dale Mulford served, punch They will meke their home in North Liberty. Mr. Givens is em ployed by Acme Electric, Cedar Rapids. 4-H CRESCO BOYS Cresco boys held their Oct. 17 theEx tension a visitor, Dennis Cumberland. Dean Teeter is our candidate for a County Office. At our Nov meeting We trtil vote for Officer*, Aw»d night is NOV. 8, talks were given by cMc Bell nd Craig Roethler. . Reporter, Larry Hochleau v 'K; "" 100 MM? for Ukota girl Lak«t*^Around one hundred {uests gathered at St. Paul's wUtheran Parish Hall Friday evening to honor Miss Marsha (romlnga at a miscellaneous open house shower. The program was as follows: Mrs. V. A. Barrett gace devotions; Diane Sheldahl and ICathy Christ sang the song, 'Make Love To Me" accompanied by Mrs. Ofstedal; a skit was [Jresented by the Lakota Creations with Mrs. Dennis Boettcher as narratoa; Melanie Krominga and Maureen Wertjes sang, "Love and Marriage" and Diane Sheldahl and ICathy Christ closed the program witih, "Best Be The Tie That Binds". Hostesses were Arlene Karels Audrey Ruby, Barbara tieemer Lois Weringa, Helen Koppen Maxine Madetzke, Margaret Kol lasch, Maude Barrett, Mary Sachs, Mary Jutting, Judy Boettcher, Lois Miller, Edna Paulson Gena Hanson, Mary Jane Brack Irene Rippentrop of Armstrong Pearl Smith, Mabel Clabaugh Ruth Larson, Jennie Lappe «** , *«d ; Clerk. Complete details n the Adv*m«. N ,••' ' . Artold Wniel Auctions Nov. f — Clinton Norrii forth sale, located first piw* *>uth of Lewisvllle, Minn. on .highway 18. Stile includes firm machinery and two John Deere tractors. Wedel & Clark, auctioneers; sale details in last Thursday's Ad« Vance. Nov. 10 — Kenneth Richards complete closing out s»te, at farm located one-half mile north, 2 east and one-half mile north of Lone Rock. Lyle Benseti, Ringsted; and Ronald Peck, Algona, auctioneers. Full sale details in Advance today. Nov. 11 — Bud Robinson public auction. Included two trucks, machinery, equipment, building* and other items. See full sale details in Advance today. Ronaw Peck, Algona, and Lyle Bensen Ringsted, are the auctioneers: Nov. 12 — E, J. "Jiggs" Kol lasch Grocery Store and Sation sale, located eight miles south of Algona. House and station also Ronald Peck and Lyle Bensen auctioneers. Full sale details in Advance today. Nov. 19,—Public Auction o Edward Thilges on farm eigh miles south, 2 miles west and % mile north from Algona. Sale begins at 1 p.m. with full line of of cut NM1K, AlgOni, vicm. »•«.. ~f>~ if sale in the Advance. *ft»n; JORGENSON FOR dOUNTY VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad - ELECT Mancil R. Hurlburt DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR ; STATE REPRESENTATIVE of Kossuth County We need legislators who are concerned about the interests of the people of Iowa. Those who would be an obstruction to good legislation are better left at home. I will support Governor ^Hughes' program for building a betted future for our state and our people. . V V activities at Ames, he is a member of the Aines Utility Copmit- tee and the Lions Club. The Cuitlexs h§ve two cMJ^en, Tracy, 3, and CtoristeiQj, -7 ojaib*. They plan to nvwe to Council BJuffs as soon as ing ^^Sp eo. 13 For County Attorney (Vote For One) 13 C Walter B, Mat-Donald BOUGHT * PAID FOR IV-W. I.

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