Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 28, 1966
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held Nov. 18 for frank Spilles Whitfemore— Funeral servicss for Frank M. Spilles were held in St Michael's Cathoiid t , E h !l lp f • £ aile y officiated and Father Walter Kleinfehn of Du* btique, Mrs. Spilles' nephew, was in the sanctuary. Burial wa,« m the parish cemetery with Hymiks in charge. : : Mr. Spilles died at Palo Alto Memorial Hospital' in Emmetsburg, Nov. 15 after an illness of six days. He was born .in Whittemorel July 9, 1889, the son of John and Gertrude Frombach Spilles. On February 3, 1914, he was mar- ired to Marie Kleinfehn at New Hampton. They lived on the Spilles farm for three years after which they moved to New Hampton; After living there for 25 years they rei- turned to Whittemore and made their home on the farm one mile east of here. . ,-. ; , Mr. Spilles is survived by his wife, Marie, and one ; soriii Frian; cis of Mallard. There are three grandsons, Mark, Alan and Earl and two granddaughters* Mair- jorie and Mary Frances. He also leaves one sister, Ann Poirot of Sherburn, •Minnesota. • ; ..Relatives, from Dubuque, Charles City, New Ulm, [Minhtesota; West Union, Minnesota, Mallard, Rodman and Sherburn, Minneso- It's smart to pick your friends, but not to pieces. This it the season for snow and icy. roads. Also the season for new car models. Everyone thinks he is the best driver — but what about the other guy? He may be driving without insurance. Will $26.00 for collision cover my $3,000 investment? Speaking of trade relations, a lot of people would like to. It is the little things that count—but not very much. Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa ta attended the•'•Services; " Pilib^rets were ; Earl Steler, Charles Orlgerj Maurice ftefc bohni, • Leftoy Elbert, Ernest Meyer and" Bill Utttl, Hoftorary pallbearers were Henry Mueller, Leo Elbert r Tony Buscherfeld, Frank Eisele, Fratik'Foley and Bill Fandel. Book reviews dated by GOP women's group The Kossuith Republican Worn' en's club has scheduled a series of membership coffees in the county. Book reviews and programs will be given. All are wel come whether members or not; The- first was held Nov.; 15 at the Ledyard town hall with Jean McCoy and Marvel Halvorsen as hostesses. Mrs. Olga ;Wortman gave the program on travel. . The second is this, week Mon day at 1:30 o'clock at Mrs. George Guenther's 2 miles south of St. Benedict hardtop road and tihree miles east. Mrs. Russell Patterson will give a book re view on "A Shade of Difference'! by^Alan prury, ^ , .•: :This Tuesday at 2 p,m. a coffee «Jfv*™-'' : Will be held at Mrs. Greta Steck- ' er's, the second house east of creaniery oh north side of road at..Lpkota. Mrs. Wortman will give a talk on travel there also This Wednesday at 2:30 a cof fee will be held at Mrs. Lee Davidson's, Swea City, with the program by Mrs. John Schutter 6th district president. Monday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. e coffee will be given by Lulu Haw cott and Selina Clifton at Burt Mrs.' Joe Skow will review the book "I Saw Red China" by Lisa Hobbs. The same evening at 7:30, a coffee will be given by Mrs. Bil Navpichick, Mrs, Wes Bartlett Mrs. Stanley Myckey and Mrs Sydney Johnson at 102 So. Ridg ley. Mrs. James Andreason will review the book "The Ugly Rus aian" by Victor Lasky. December 6 at 9 a.m. a coffee will be given' by Clara Ames burry, Mrs. Les Riter and Mrs Anne Presthus at 420 E. Lucas Mrs. Milton. Norton will give a book review of "Jefferson's La dies", by' Gordon Langley Hal and "Political . Dynasties" Stephen Ross.. . - ... Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Henr Mertz, Wesley, will be hostesv with a book review by Mrs Henry Nygaard. December 9 at 2 p.m. Mrs C. F. dallies, Titonka, will b hostess, with a book review by Mrs. Andreason, "The Ugly Russian" by Lasky. Nrs. Joe Preston 76 of Swea City, dies Tuesday SWiA CITY^ryicei tor ilrs. Joseph Preston, 76| of City Were held Friday at First Baptist ChUrfeh in "ity. -•••• '.-•:•• •••"-••••••• .••Mrs. Prestdrt died Tuesday In lie Good Samaritan. Restttbhie Esbherville, where she had it 'a resident for 11 months. She was born Jan. 31, 1890, at Carlise, Iowa. She was married o the late Joseph Preston. They armed in the Swea City area Onil his death in 1&64. j Survivors include two sons, : ames and Thomas, both of 3ity and seven; daughters, tfaynard Jensen and Mrs. 1 Linde, both of 'Swea City, Mrs Alfred Nelson, of Henry, til., Mrs, Keith Griffith of California Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and Mrs Marvin Soever, both of Esther ville and Mrs. John Kelly of Armstrong. There ••are 31 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. One sister, Nina TraUil) of Estherville aridra>brother;Dr. George Kenney o£ Mallard, Iowa, also . ALOONA (lewt) - _ MONDAY, NOV. 2ft; f<»;Bef it lcCulloUidi s ftiutt&al h whfeh thVXdfahde'wettf to ss. Engaged . Burial 'will be in-the Harrison Announcement is made by Mr and Mrs. Raymond G. Ryan, New Sharon, of the, engagement of their daughter, Shirley Jean to O. Perry Steward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wailter H. Steward, BUrt Miss Ryan is a, teacher in. the Williamsburg Community schools and a graduate of William Penn college. Her' fiance teaches in the Momtezuma Community school and is a graduate of the University, of Iowa. The couple plans a June wedding. Mrs. G«org« Hawcotl »•»»»»»«»»«»»»«»»»»•»«»« Mrs. Paul Schwieger is a par tien/t at the 1 Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She had major surgery Nov. 18.. Mrs. Ray Devine has charge of Jjd Ann's new and used clothing on Main Street. ; Linda LlckUig, daughter of the Ed Lickteigs,; who is attending Ottumwa Heights college, at Ottumwa, visited here 1 during Thanksgiving break: Lone Rock Exchange dates pancake day ' tone Rock—In appreciation of fine crops and the fine weather to harvest the crops, the Lone Rock Co-op Exchange is sponsoring a Felco bologna, sausage and. pancake day Dec 3 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall at 10:00 until 3. The Lone Rock Legion men will do the serving and it is for all the family. There will be a drawing of one turkey each half ho.ur, and a grand, prize of either one ton of fertilizer or one ton cattle, hog, or poultry feed. L. W. Geitzenauer, manager in vites the family to be the guests of the elevator Dec, 3rd, There will also be representatives oi Farmers Regional. Lions < Club pancake day is Dec, 3 at the Legion Hall, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. until all are served. A Republican Women's club tea will be" given at the home : of Lulu Hawcott and Selma Clifton at 2 p.m. Dec. 5. Goodwill truck will be in Burt Dec. 7. Leave material at Beth Miller's h0me. Election of School board members for five county area Community college is Dec. 29. Nomination papers are to be filed by Dec. 9. ..v; '' . ' ' .. , : The. grand opening of the Sundry store Nov. 17-19 ha registered. Winners were Betity Miller, Harold Andreason, and Celia Scott; . • Mrs. Elsie Winter visited 'uesday at Lester Borinstetter's n Arnolds Park. A birthday dinner was served Vov. 19 at Mrs. George Manus's or her sister, Mrs. Phil Puffer's The Harm Helmert have been visited by their son, George, of Tulsa, Okla., during the past week and Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs; D. J. Zerbe of Augusta,; Kansas spent the Thanksgiving weekend with Mrs. Zerbe's mother, Mrs. Anna W Seeman of 815 North Wooster, yho is a patient at Park Memor- al hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Zerbe's brother, Irvin L. Seeman and'his wife, of La Mesa, alif., also came for a visit with Mr. Seemart's mother, Mrs. Anna W. Seeman, and will stay until after the holidays. Mr. Seeman formerly worked at the old Auctions Nov. 29—Dick Gitlespie Dairy Sale at farm, located one-half mile south of Lewisville, Minn. Me. includes 30 head df hi grade holatein dairy cattle and milking equipment, wedel & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Madelia, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last week. Nov. 30 — Donald Smith Estate sale, at farm located 5 miles south of Madelia, Minn, and then one mile east. Sale includes big line of John Deere machinery including five John Deere tractors. Wedel & Kahler, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Ma- Jelia, Minn., clerk. Full sale details in Advance last week. Nov. 30—Harold M. Sabin forenoon Dairy auction, Including 34 head of holsteins and milking equipment. Farm, located 4 miles south and one west of Algona. Charley Quinn & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algonar clerk. Full details in last Thursday's Advance.' '. • •• ; ••?,':•• • -'.', bee. 1— Harlan Hartps morning dairy sale, at farin/located 6 miles east and 1V2 miles south of Bancroft. Sale includes'65 high- grade Holsteins, 28; 'springing heifers and dairy equipment. Charley QUinn & Dutch Leek, auctioneers; Titonka .U Savings bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance today. Dec. I—Wendell Ditsworth Estate sale, at farm located 5 miles north of Swea City, then 2% miles west. Full line of machinery, 15 hampsihire pigs. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Swea City State Bank, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last week. KOSSUTN OOUNTY ADVANCE WANT AD •All-0-GIAN JUST CLIP IT OUT - MAIL IT IN Write your complete ad in the space below ... one word only to be written in each space, Each initial and number is counted as one word. nrthday. ; Also present were Larry Manuses, Mrs. L, W. Gill espie, Mrs: Verle Elmore and Kristi, and Mrs. Etta Holdren. Sister of Algona man dies Saturday Mrs. Irene Spurgeon, 76, a sister of J. I. Merryman of Al gona, died .early Saturday at St Ann hospital. She had been a resident of the Good Samaritan Home for some time. Funera he Dec. 3 — Joe King morning dairy auction, at farm located 5Vz miles south and %, mile 'east of Lone Rock. Sale includes 25 high class Holsteins and a line of dairy equipment. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; "Red" Madseh, Burt, clerk. Full sale details -in 'the Ad- >ance today. ., , Dec. 6 — Peter Plemel, com- ilete closing out sale. 4 miles lorth, 1% miles easi of Lu- Verne. Sale includes 5 'tractors, complete line of farmland hay- ng equipment; Quinn arid Kleve, auctioneers. Full details.- in the Advance today. ;•.; , v « gersSr. of Algona spent Sunday afternoon visiting the Albert Metzgers, near Lotts Creek; Clarence and Albert are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Sr. were Sunday supper guests at Kenneth Bollig's, near Seneca. Mr. Bollig and Mrs. Metz ger iare brother and sister. ' Ttie Robert Kains, Algona, were Monday guests at Clarence Metzger's Sr.' in Alg° na Mr». LuelU Collins, West Bend, was a guest at Clarence Metz ger's Jr. in Algpna, Wednesday The; Clarence Metzigers Sr. were also guests. : Mrs. Clarence Metzger Sr. spent Tuesday visiting her moth er, Mrs. Clara Bollig at the Res Home in Bancroft. The Clarence Metzgers Sr had as guests Thanksgiving day the Clarence Metzgers Jr., and Julie, Frankie and Johnny. sen farm, located f our nijles east of Algona. Complete closing out sale, plus 20 head of dairy cat- lie. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Algona, clerk. Full 'details of sale in the Advance /soon. Dec. 8— Otto Wichtendahl Estate land sale, located 7 miles west and SVfe miles north of Algona. Full sale vance today. details in. Ad- OBSERVE WEDDING DATE Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Sr. observed their/wedding anniversray by having friends in Nov. 19 at their apartment in Algona. Attending were the Ed Hibbses, Walter Ewens, Bill Garmans, of Algona. Cards were played. your own world... with electric climate control in your home CASH -^ 7f w«rd in Mwidty.»Thyrwliy IHVM CREDIT -^ 10e word in Monday f Thuridey |f*y§§ -^-^ f 1,90 Minimum M ,^= MAIL TO: K05SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE - Alg*n*< J9W« MORE THAN 6,000 FAMILIES REAP THE KOSSUTW COUNTY ADVANCE EACH WEEK Wlllll U)9 flNIVMMIItlir ofOptli •lectrlch»atgivt«you comptolt fomfbrt within your horrM. WW| th* flick of a witch wi filth* t»mpentun wint eompl«te air filtrition, anoint a* draft*, no cold spots, No inetter what the weather outtlde, Hfi jwi what you want to your own eleetficiliy-heated world, electrfeclimate control lyitejn will give 4 you comfort when temperatures soa* There'* Jm* thi oltotrlo flimitt con* trel system to meet your needs. Ask your favorite electrical sontractor or ONMy Algona Municipal Utilities What'd you expect us to put our Overhead Cam Six in? •'.!%> . / ' f ' f "• ' An ordinary car ? ,. , (, » *"»> > ' t ' ^ 'A 'I*' 1 ~ I** t KP Our revolutioriary 165-hp OHC 6 Is so'revolution- lot of big V-8s seem awfUlly extravagant. Which ary we had to<do-something ^special with it. So is why we say, with a six^like this -wnol fields we made It standard In all Tempests and Le Mans, an eight? (v , ? • *V'/j'fM u^j You see, it was inspired by those famous^over- Incidentally, a four-way hazard waroinfl flasher, head cam engines in expensive European sports backup lights, and,Gfyl's energy abso^bing^er-^ cars. With a few Pontiac refinements, of course, ing column are some of the safety features,AIM And with a power reserve for expressway passing standard in Tempests and Le Mans. How can you you'd normally expect from a V-8. resist seeing your Pontiac dealer today?' We even offer a 215-hp version that makes a Ponttac 67/Bide the Wlde-T^ofcHHiiiilni HMeh SCHULTZ BROS. 1009 SOUTH PHILLIPS ALGONA, IOWA w or iteninoi " want Cull out 6 or 8 of your uglies. Feed ftiem ffparatety on the CO-OP Beef Feeding Program. We think you can get them up to par without paying through the nose, How can we be so confident? Here show: Concentrate* • We carry a complete line of protein concentrates that undergo continual quality and performance testing, Whether you order concentrates complete feeds, ; you know you're getting sound, balanced nutrition* Cobalt rod Zinc -Regent tests at the CO-OP Research and Demonstration Farm prompted addition of cobalt and zinc in beefs feeds. This new addition cuts feed costs per hundredweight gain, (One test Heiefoid atflCT made an average daily gain of 4.51 on, cobalt and zinc.) 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