AJjonq Kottuth lountv THURSDAY, DiC, 1,1966 « ALOONA, IOWA- '18,288 postal savings not claimed here United States Postal Savings certificates totaling $13,288 which are on -deposit at the Algona Post Office, are now earning little at no interest for Algona local depositors, Postmaster Ed Farrell reports. Nationwide, the Post Office department is holding more than $147 million in the now obsolete program' which was discontinued by the Congress, March 28, 1966. As of April 27, 1966, Postal I whenever proper claims are re- Savings were discontinued, and ceived. no deposits were accepted by the Post office Department. Certif- BEAVER - icates whose 'anniversary dates state Center, had an exc3onaS have been reached since last weekend trapping last month Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Knock, April 26 have earned their final He came home with 6 beaver arid Marengo, were feted on the oc- interest payment. nonce New London, Mo., their son Gerald, Who now Is Woirklng" with a construction crew, their daughter Sharalyn, a senior In college at KirksviUe, Mo., 'and a family friend, Linda Oingry,, New London, Mo., Mr. Noland, a long time dairy farmer, now is Working with a New London Co-op Co. as a L P gas distributor. Mrs. Doretta Abbas and Ja>n* ice, Cross Lake, Minn, were Saturday guests at Wallace Hawcott's. ANNIVERSARIES — Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schill, well-known Harcourt couple, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary there on Nov. 20th. will receive Interest until fhtfr next anniversary dates, but they can be> cashed' at any time and'a proportionate amount of interest will be ftoid. After A|wli 26, 1967 no interest will be earned by any postal Savings accounts, Post* master Farrell said. Postmaster Farrell suggests Postal Savings depositors -close out accounts as soon as convenient. U.S. Savings Bonds paying a current rate of 4.15% interest, if held to .maturity, are an excellent investment. July 1 of next year, remaining funds in the program will b«J turned over to bhe treasury department. There they will be deposited in a trusit Hind, where they will remain available for payment without time limitation Jerry Poling,\pf Alt-Willrett wedding Karen Marie Alt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alt and Dean R. Willrett; son of Lucille Johnson and the Erich Willretts were married Nov. 24-at Trinity Lutlh- cran church, Algopa. Pastor Paul H. Sohn officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Matron, of honor was Mrs. Ronald 'Ditsworth, the bride's sister, Algona. Bridesmaid was Mary Broesder, Fort Dodge. Best man was Duane Willrett, Rochester, Minn, the groom's ^brother. Groomsman was Richard Dugan, Maryville, Mo. Pamela Ditsworth, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Timothy Weiland, Wesley, the groom's nephew, was ring bearer. Ushers were Wendell Willrett, Burt and Glenn Johnson, Algona. Soloist was Mrs. Charles Hartwig, Kanawha accompanied by Mr. Wilbert Ruhnke, Algona. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Robert Campbell, Danville, Calif. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church basement. Mrs. Kendall Weiland, Alt, Fen William Elsie W Willrett, Berkland Miss Jun riers.we Coleen J der, Mr hoto by Glenn's Studio Wesley 'had -the guest book. Mrs. Bob Hantelman, Tyner, Saskatchewan, Canada and Mrs. Larry on served punch. Mrs. Spear, Wallingford' and llrett, Algona . poured coffee. Mrs. Arnold Hainzinger, Feniton and Mrs. Melvin Alt, Algona, cut the cake. Host and hostess vere Mr. and Mrs. R. G. . - , -,,*,.., over 60 musfcrats. casion of their 60fch wedding an- Those whose anniversary dates tipped the scales naversary on Nov. 27th. One beaver 61 pounds ._ *^ fall between, now and next April and another weighed 49 pounds. Mill biri for IrtM McCullmigh's fun«f§1 ctiifMi, on ttff ----m Monday, Nov. 28. Rev. Frank p««d«lh«riftd«*thkl BSrwy 6fficl«ted. fttfiif wte ill ^ ""' ' "^ M Quaker Oty, Ohio. Myrta Irene spurgeon, 75, gona, died Saturday, Nov. 26 St. Aftft hospital. Mrs. Spurgeon wts born March in Gtimati* Idwi, the of and Ethel A former res- Berry Steitynttfl. Sh4 te surviv od Samaritan g(j py a sister M&rie (Mm E B Home, she had been in ill health Gustason), Manhattan Bfeaeh, WALLIYI^ of Poatville owne record drtdf of i 1 for some time, Funeral services were held at ryman, Algona. Calif., and one brother, J, I, Mer- IXPMT MIM^ AYTHiAOVANCI TO CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB IN ALOONA IDEAL FOR BUSINESSMEN, CONTRACTORS, PROFESSIONAL MEN AND MANY OTHERS . . S*t Chuck MeVay For Full Dttails This W««k Burt. Waitresses were Mrs. Robert McGowan, Mrs. Stan Mrs. Ron -Girrel and e Hantelman. Gift care Christy Grednert and entz. Mrs. Bernie Wey- William Vaske, Mrs. Ken Limberg and Mary Willrett opened gifts. Out of town guests came from Californii, Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota and Saskatchewan, Canada. The bride will be employed at First National Bank, Mankato. The groom is a'Student at Mamka- to State College. ^K^^^r^r a ^^^^f^^^^^0^^^( After a short honeymoon to Minneapolis, the couple will be at home in Mankato, Minn. Ceramic show •- -\ • ' . \' . dated at Burt Burt—Town-Country club will have a ceramic show Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 at the store west of the bank formerly Bernie's Market at 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Gifts will be given every hour. Coffee and cookies will be served. A free will offering will be taken. There is no charge. reviewed Guest: by Ruth 0. Patterson. Thanksgiving at J. L. Miller's Were .Mrs. R. A. Miller, Royal; the C. E. Millers, Bsther- ville; 'Orin': Millers, Bvansfen, 111; D'. C. Millers, Laurens; Mrs. Vince Biannon and Mark, Moultrie; Ga., the Clark Millers, Valorie anl Timothy; the Greg Millers, crs, Bil Laurens. ATTEND FUNERAL The Charles Curtises and Clifford Curtises, Ottosen were guests Thanksgiving weekend at Dennis Johnson's in Lincoln, Nebr., returning Sunday. Monday they went to Delano, Minn, to attend the funeral of Eva Mae Morris, 47, who died Thursday at the Maple Leaf rest home where she had been a patient a year. Funeral services were held at the Baptist Church, Nov. 28 with burial in Delano, Minn. Her parents are deceased. She is survived by ten brothers and sisters'. Eva Mae Morris was a nurse at the Maple Leaf Home six years from 1958 to 1964. BRUNCH DATED The Republican Women's club will have a brunch at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 6 at Luella McWhorter's. Joyce Keith assisting hostess, for Portland and Plum Creek. Anyone wishing to pay membership dues at this time may do so. "A Shade of Difference" by AHen Drury will be Guests Thanksg Titonka, Robert. Math, Mark and Kathleen, i i i The George Gebhardts," Geneva, 111, and Mrs. H. S. Young, came Nov. 24 and were guests at 0. H. Graham's until Friday. Other .guests Thanksgiving were the Bruce Grahams, Swea City, and Goidon Grahams and the Don Rkers, New Hampton, Denise and Geneva Graham, Swea City spent the weekend at the Graliam "iome. i at Fred Hiltons for ving were Mrs, Neill Hartman|, Waverly and the Ray Fryes, bows, Gerald Hilton, Mankato^ and the James Trag- ers, Tafmmy Jo, West Des Moines. Mrs. Hartman and Mrs. Frye art sisters of Fred Hilton. W.S.CS. will meet at Burt Methodist Church Dec 7 at 2 p.m. Hpistesses are Blanche Long, (Myrtle Zwiefel, Mary Baer, Minerva Curtis. The program is by Marlene Davis, Lefie McMullen, Bernadine Opheim. Miemberi .are to bring coupons, Gift House certificates and cancelled stamps to the meeting. 0. H. Graham returned the first of the week after several days as ^ patient at St. Ann hospital, A gona. The Goodwill Truck will be in Burt Dec 7. Leave material with Beth Miller before that date. Weekend guests at Wallace Hawcotts were the Rex Nolands, * £ S 1 &£' I I • Frigidaire • Maytag •Monarch SALES &SEI BEED HARI & APPLI Titonki, Iowa Phone 928-2137 i i I & I % i from HONSBRUCH j- j*$ DRUG Just a "look-in" at Honsbruch's will sKiw you we are ready for Christmas — with the most beautiful and diversified stock of gifts ever. Gifts for every member of the family. Shop this week and avoid the crowds and last-minute rush. • ' . . -. ., - l -.' > ;. .•.:.-, . I !/• •§ "x^«/i ' A f i n VISIT our GiftwQre Nook You'll find lots and lots of gift ideas by browsing through our "Giftware Nook" in the back of the store . .. gifts for the home, gifts for him and her. Many are of the unusual type that you won't sec anywhere else in town. 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