Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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inner Nov. 21 u, !, , , , ' the Past Mast' <*l Dinner served Monday nJght the Presbyterian Church by fttembarsr of the Eastern -Star, i Were were forty Masons served wth several Past Masters .from neighboring Lodges being 4 pres* eiit. Following the dinner they Went to the lodge roomd wiherfe third degree work was carried wt.' Edgar Watts of Humboldt, I Who is a fifty-year member of the local lodge was given special H recognition. COME IN LET US HELP YOU MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS Arrangements ^ r> Marcia's "The, Friendly Store" At MUSIC Mf . and Mrs. Iwryl feeder- ck, Ron and Rathy went to bes Moihes Sftftifdajf where, theyat' tended thfe r ftftti annual All Staife fleSttv&l .Conceit at the CRNT Theater that evening. Pheir son Dale who is a mfehv >er of the Twin Rivers Chorus .hat Wa^ Delected, wa* a partSc- ipaftt in the All State Chorus Which, was conducted, by Dr. Condie, cond'jcior of /he Norman Tabernacle Chorus m Salt Lake; City, tjtah. Over i,(WO 'High school pupils from the 30 high schools in the state padiei^ated. Mr. and Mrs. Prederick also attended the Ice Follies in the afternoon. NEIGHBORHOOD CARD CLUB The Neighborhood Card Club met at the Harold Roethler home Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock desert luncheon ,was served by the hostess arid; at cards Mrs Julius Becker won high prize, Mrs. Raymond Graaf low and Mrs. Harold -Gjefsitad, travel. 'Vt i'fo •& V4 I' «s4f;> .<> r '& fe.» 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PAUT OP TNI KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCI THURSDAY, DIG. V LIVERMORE WOULD BELIEVE... Mr*. Marcia Berryhill, Esther Opheim and Mrs. Carl Opheim of Bode were dinner guests Thanksgiving day In the Ed Opheim -home 'at NorthWood. 1 -" Mr. end Mrs. > EcT< Riemers of Fenton, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick Were dinner guests in the Bob White home on Thanksgiving day. ' Mr., and Mr*. Da ry I Frederick- and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving day. in the home of Mrs. Molly Groh, Mr. < and Mr*. Dean James and family of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Randy ' Palmer of Renwick were dinner guests of Mri- and Mrs. Carl Baessler at Elsie's Cafe in Dakota City for Thanksgiving Day. They spent 'the afternoon and were supper guests in the Baessler home. , . Mr. i and, Mr*., Al Grandgeneft of Manilla their daughter LABOR COSTS AS MUCH AS 75% WITH A'BRADY4-ROW CHOPPER? f * , f - r r N Te«.... and we can nmntea it! Want proof? Just ask for • PEEE demonstration on your ' farm. No obligation. You'll see in a hurry,why BRADY is FIRST in 4-row sales...FIRST in performance in the field.; BRADY FIELD SHREDDERS Giant 4-row model cuts a full 144"! The most copied 4-row ' on the market. -Also available in 2 smaller models to, cut 80" or 60" wide. These "beefed-up" , imits completely shred and pulverize tough, thick, stalks .;.; ,. with; Jes^ tractor power * ' LuVerne, Iowa Diane of Rochester were dinner guests' Thanksgiving day in the Richard, Feustl home. 1 Mr. 1 and Mrs. Cecil. Scott of Denver were guests fn the parental Norman Scott home Thanksgiving Day arriving ini.iPerry early ' that .morning where his folks, met them. On Saturday the fari.il>" 'jdihrier included the Gordon "Scott family of Storm Lake. The Cedl Scotts returned to Denver Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herb McKenna and, family of. Esmond, Okla., spent'.from Wednesday to Sunday in the home of his parents, the Tom McKenna's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and" Cindy drove to Minneapolis On Wednesday'where they .spent Thanksgiving Day with their two daughters, .Miss, Phyllis Gron- bach'arid Mr. and Mrs; LeRoy Sharp.! . •..,.. ...:....;•...... . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis spent hankflgrving Day in the home of their daughter,' the Charles Butler family at Klemme, Thanksgiving ' Day. dinner guests in the John Olson/home were Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Gronr back; Don and Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Mauri e Olson, Ricki and Lori and Mr. and Mrs.. John Eller Jr, and two boys of Algeria. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaudoin and two children of Humboldt . were, dinner guests Thanksgiving Day in the par- enitar Burrell Smith home. Thanksgiving dinner was held at the Sherm Wickre home on Sunday with all the members of the: family present, 142, who attends' Concordia College in St; Paul came home on Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zigler (Rachael) of Sioux Falls, .«.,,,«..,. , Friday. The others were Mr. and^Mrs. Harold Bosworth (Ruth), Billy and Jimmy of/Algona, Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Wickre of Humboldt and Paul at hotne. Mr. and Mrs. Delniar Lind- grert aiid six children of Watertown, S. D. visited her m>o<ther, Mrs. Ona Beers, from Thursday until Sunday-. On Saturday they ell attended the funeral services at Britt for Frank Grant, 52, brother of Mrs. Beers, Mr. GraM had been hospitalized for several weeks this summer but had been in good haelth since .returning home and died unexpectedly. Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann spent Thanksgiving Day in the home of her son, the Howard Hoffmann home, rural. Humboldt. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gimer and children of Renwick were Sunday afternoon and evening visit ors in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Jessamine Miller. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Carlson Thanksgiving day were Mr. anid Mrs. Warren Bentsoh and Miss Lori Corey of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs. Harry Carlson anid Steve of Cherokee and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Carlson of Meiridan. Mrs. Margaret Howard joined other members of, the Howard family for a family dinner at the Henry Rodriquez home in Humboldt Thanksgiving Day. A pre-Thanksgiving day dinner was held at the Clarence Carlson home on Sunday which was also in honor ;of their daugh^- ter Debbie's 9th birthday. Those present were Mrs. Rose Denny of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Al Denny and boys of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kas of Southerland, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ramus and Linda of Cherokee and Mr. George Denny of Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Don Heiter and family spent Thanksgiving Day with his mother, Mrs. Lela Heiter. .A. family dinner .was held at the Fritz Anderson home Thanksgiving day. Those pre^eiiit were their 'son' Rick who" attends Westmar College at LeMars and their daughter and husband, Mr. and '.Mrs. Roger W e s t b er g, Humboldt and Mark and Todd ait home. Douglas Kay, who attends college at Ames' s'p'ent the quarter break and Thanksgiving vacation with his mother, Mrs. Miriam n tlie pairental, Harold Dolder home and 'Dick Hefty home at Hardy during the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. and Mr*. Dale Joiner and Sharon attended a family dinner Thanksgiving Day at the Don Christensen home in Humboldt. Mrs. Hattie Miller was a dinner guest in the home of Mrs. Martha King Thanksgiving day. Mr*. Jesamlne Miller and Miss Anna Murray were Thianksgiving dihriier guests in the John Voss Jr. home in LuVerne. Mrs. Martha Hughes, Mrs. Clyde Bennett and Mrs. Royal Bennett of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt and Lois of Algona'arid Yield Lempke were all dinner guests Thanksgiving Day at the Hartley Mackintosh home. Mr. and Mr*. Martin Miller spent Thanksgiving Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bartol at Wayzetta, Minn. Who are cousins of Mrs. Miller. They turned home on Friday. Ann Wilson, who attends St Teresa's College at ; Wimona spenit the holiday weekend in the home of her parents, the Robert Wilson's. Name* called for the Cash Drawing Saturday night were: Mary Melavin $50; Peter Blumer, $50. LIVERMORE BOWLING Lucky Striker* League . W L M & M Feeds 35V 2 16% KLEIN'S MDIO ft TV LuVerne club aids library building fund LuVerne—The Progressive Women's Club met Monday night November 21, with Mrs. R. C. Walline, Mrs. Irwin, Jergensen and 'Mrs. LeRoy Weber are new members. Mrs, James Mallory reported the Communr ity Chest drive was successful and Mrs. Allen, Blake reported bni the Community Planning Council. Mrs. Lyle Shelton reported several members helped shelve books ait the library. It was voted that the Club .make their annual contribution of $10 to the library. Mrs. Barle Hanselman gave a report oni the Lu- Verne Library Building Committee. It was voted that the club will give a Christmas gift $25 which'is the cost of.'one brick on the chart for the proposed Library building. Plans ;were discussed for raising money for a larger donation to the Build ing fund. Mrs. Vera Daley gave the program on "Women in Politics". Livermore State Bank 34 Hamm Insurance — 31 Imperial Cafe :_ 30- Bode Locker. __-, 30 Baker Truck Line __ 28 18 21 22 22 24. Livermore CCM>P. 25V_ 26 J /_ Bode'Co-op. -1—1 25 27 Sawyer's ___________ 20 32 Livermore' Lanes 1_1 19 33 Dasen Oil Co. _,_:' 18 30 Watkins __^ -—12 36 Team High. S«ri«» i Hamm Insurance '— 2146 Livermore State Bank I860; Sawyers ^_^_____ ItiQQ •" •" ••'; ' ''.' i ?. Team.High Gam* Hamm Insurance;_._1 _. 740 Baker Truck Line _•_. •!'. 737 Hamm Insurance ______^__ 709 Individual High Seriw , Fran McGee _i^______ 521 Kay.. A group of ladies went to the Burrell Smith home Friday afternoon -'to surprise Mrs. Grace Anderson for her birthday. Cards were played at three tables and lunch and birthday cake was served by the hostess. Lawrence (Pat) Gronbach of Orange, Calif, came by plane Friday and is visiting in the home .of his brother, Elmer Gronbach. Mary Melavin went to Chicago Wednesday evening to spend Thanksgiving day with her father, Edward Melavim, She returned home 'Monday morning. ,•; . • Supper guests Sunday evening in the DaiJe Joiner home were Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Joiner and family and Mrs. Ethel Joinr er all of rural Humboldt, Mrs. Ernie Logue accompanied Mrs, Dick Schultz and Denr nie to Iowa City on Saturday where Den nie underwent facial surgery on Monday morning. The Methodist Church is plan* Joanie, Weydejt .:__, ,__^_, 511 Ray Sawyer — '- ^__._ __508 Bev Ann Olson __^____ 504 Individual High Game Ailice Rosenau -'-—---^ 190 Fran McGee __:__!-___ 189 Kay Sawyer '__1.1,__1— 179 LUV6RNE BOWLING Thursday League W Hardcopfs 22 HUmboldt 18 Zenther ^ 17 Robinson 12 LuVerne C. S. 14 iorwith W. ____ 13 "ustohi F, C. ___—_u 9 Arts 6 L 6 10 11 12 14 15 15 22 Monday Bamboo Lounge— _ _____ 2820 J. Stahl ____ _ ___ _.__— ___ -558 Bamboo Lounge _ _______ — 980 Casey 212 Tuesday Traugei;s, _____,,—._— 2243 Pattersons •_.,_„___ 825 Martha Wolf 1_.._^1__:__1. 582 Darlene McClellan __; 207 Wednesday Zentner's -__i. : J_. :__—— 2699 Zentner's .__•_ ^— 952 Dale Zentner ___—.__ — 583 Ralph Stoll :———— 224 Sunday for the birthday of their dalightef Mrt. Jort P*- nam ( Algona, the Duane Rileys, Carl Goetschs, Algona, Arli6 Goetsch and the Al Smiths, LU- Verne. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Duane Riley, Thanksgiving »ue*ts at Jack Guy's were the Galen Hemkels, Hampton, Floyd Fishers, Fort Dodge, Robert Smiths,! and .Larry, Algona, Charles HeinkelB and Mrs. Lulu Fratotz, LuVerne. The Gerald Ramuses were Tlianksgivlng Quests at Allen Millers, Des Moihes. Others present Were the Elwin Elles- tons and Don RamUses, Des Moines. . Thanksgiving guests at Allen Darbys were the Fred Hiiraes Livermore, 'and -Dick St. Johns Thursday 2185 _ 762 CONDUCTS. SERVICES Rev. Hindman went to Webster City Sunday for a series of Evangelistic services for the E. U. B. church! Rev. A. E. Raw, Webster City held services for the E. U. B. congregation in Lu- Vernie. LuVerne C. S. LuVerne C. S. Carmen Nelson 201 Myrna Hinz L 534 Clem Stripling ___ 221 Joe Henderson _________ 544 Saturday Goetsch's .._— :_______ 2170 Goetsch's ___„.;____——:- 759 Lola Hippen _:.__-—_ 535 Martha W. _— '___: 208 Bill Hippen ',——. 521 Gail Wolf ___,.„_ —- 198 cert At KRNT Thekfcf, tote Olon, Dewrah, grandson of Andy Olson, Bode, was also in tto* All* tatfe ChorUs. Tlianksglving guests of Mrs. Sophia Bngstrom were the Bui Mayhews. andy of Rpohester, Minn., the Gary Krafts, Mark and Ten, and the Vernon, Tompkins, Bode. Ginny Tompkiti, Ft. jodge, and Jerry HaMrkins, tlardy Were supper guests. The Bill Mayhews arid Cindy, Rochester, and Ginny Tompkins, Fort Dodge, came Wednesday for Thanksgiving and the weekend at the Vernori Tomptolns home. The Larry DUnlayys and Danny, Newton, spent the Weekend. The Gary Krafts, Mark and Teri and Mrs. Sophia Engstrom Were Sunday guests. The Adolph Koesters visited Friday with his daughter, the Robert Millers, Cedar Rapids. Richard Wagner and Elead Wagner, Algona spent Thanksgiving with 'the Charles Hinzes and Lester. ' The Frank Gronbachs spent Thanksgiving the Richard with, thedr Gronbachs. son, Also ning a Turkey supper" Thursday, Dec. 8. next The Cram family met at the Dick Cram home Thanksgiving day for the holiday dinner. Those present were Dick's mother, Mrs. Rose Cram of Humtoldt, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Cram of Rutland, 'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth and family of Kanawha, Mi\ and Mrs. Dean Zeman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Saathoff and family of Humboldt. Mr, and Mrs. Harry L. DoWer and two boys of Iowa City visited LuVerne Fern Bigings Mrs. Bernard Coyle and family had Thanksgiving dinner at her Sister, the Donald Brandhoy's, Bradgate. At, Let Calkin's for Thanksgiving were his mother and sister, Itliie. Mark pserat$s, Don Perkiipft.and Michael ana granddaughter, Des Modnes, Julie Pergande, Fred Pergande and Henry Pergand^, LuVerne. Bernard Coyle returned hem* Friday from Roseberg, Ore., where his job had taken him for two weeks. The Henry A. Heftys visited Thursday to Sunday with his sister, the Lyle Billings in Kansas City. The Francis Shoreys had as guests Thanksgiving day: Galen Witzells, Cedar Falls, the LeRoy Witzells, Lisa Jane and Larry Jefferson, and Mrs. WHzell's parents, the Arthur Cowels and Julie, Fort Madison, Mrs, Faye Lichty and the De- Ray Ldchty's, Mason City spent Thanksgiving with their daughter and daughter, Lichty, Iowa City. The Allyn Brink* spent Wednesday to Sunday visiting the Jack Rooses, Eaton, Colo. \yerei hen-parents, the-Olaf Klevelands, Goldif ield, Vicki, Steve and Robbie Gronbach, re-, turned with the Klevelands until Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Muellers have their boys home for Thanksgiving, Joal, Concordia Academy, St. Paul, David, Ames and Ted, New York City. Ted Mueller was recently promoted to district 'manager for Pepsi Cola Co. for Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. The Keith Hindmans, College of Medicine, Iowa City, spent Thursday to Saturday with his parents, the Ralph Hindmans. The Dwayne Tobeys and Nick, Readlyn had as Thanksgiving guests, her family, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike, the Sherman Arends, Joni and Lauri Coyle, LuVerne, the Jack Kaissels, Grand Meadow, Minn., Sandra Stripling, Des Moines and Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Stripling and Mike left for v Readlyn Wednesday and returned Sunday, The Walter Bierstadts, spent Thanksgiving with their son, the Robert Bierstadts, Algona. The Robert Murrays, Crocort Point, Ind, spent Thanksgiving weekend with her mother, Mrs. Clara Wolf. The James Ma I lorys and her mother, Mrs. Alma Madden were Thanksgiving guests at Douglas Boyer's, Becky, David,, Waukee. The Lowell Thomases had his father and her mother as guests Thanksgiving, E. B. Thomas and Ruth, and the Jack Lyons, Humboldt. ' The Richard Gronbachs attended the funeral of Dean Landberg at Northwood Tuesday. Mr. Landberg was fatally wounded Saturday in a hunting accident near Northwood, Mrs. Fay Harmon and Mr* Lee Whittemore and John vtsjjit- ed the Gary Whifctemore's, Fort Dodge Monday. Thanksgiving guests of the FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEE I SEHVId Call 2311 FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR and Susan spent Wednesday to Saturday visiting the Harold The eEasterhouses are the parents of Pete, fiance of Carol Ristau. At Ben Hefty* for Thanksgiving were the Henry Hefty's Merrill Heftys, West Bend, and Ben Chatmans, Osage. The L. B. Sheltons were Thanksgiving guests at Kis brother, E. J. Shelton's, Fayette. Also present was his mother, Mrs. Estella Shelton, Oelwein. FellwiMi^Clvb ,.,yw ;i held Sunday at the Lutheran .church With 22 members present. At 500, Milton Wilhelm and Mrs. Jessie Stripling had high and Owen Curry and Mrs. Mueller, low. Mrs. Lillie HesSe and the Paul Masses served lunch. A.bake sale by the Lutheran Aid will be held Saturday at the City Halllrom 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both lunch and supper will be served with the menu of maid- rites or escalloped chicken with salad,' hot rolls, pie and coffee or milk: The price is 75c. The Mix Blocks were Thanksgiving guests of their son, the Lewis Blocks. The Michael Bakers, Mason City were Sunday visitors with the Dennis Holmeses, Ralph Stolls and Sherm Arends and Joni, Thanksgiving guests at Robert Wills were Jerry Will and friend Donald Klase, Fort Dodge, Gene Will and friend, Linda Nelson, Sioux City, Earl Will, Junior College, Fort Dodge, '{mid Mrs. Theresa Assinig, LuVerne. Mrs. Be«ta Tew spent Thanksgiving with her daughter, the Wilson Ridzes, Algona. Also present was another daughter, the Alvin Johnsons, Hardy. Florence Godfrey, Ogallala, Neb. spent Wednesday to Saturday with her mother and sister, Mrs. Olla Godfrey and Ruby, The William Geotsehet were guests Thanksgiving of (he Jon Putnams, Algona. Others pres- were the Duane Rileys and Carl Goetsches, Algona and callers were ttie Gene Rodtergs, Sioux dty, Mr, Rodberg is the deputy sheriff of Woodbury county. Tho timer Kubh/i, LuVerne and Dale Kulby, Ames spent a week with the Keitli KuWys, Western Springs, 01. They will spend another week visiting ui Algona. Mrs. Lena Him, Herbert and Francis, were Thanksgiving guests of the* daughter, the Bernard Millers, Fort Dodge. Dean Trauger, v State College Mahfcato >. spent Thanksgiving with Ms parents, the : Harpl* Traugers. Also, home for the weekend were the David Trau- gers and Brent, Ames, Wednesday guests with the Gerald Ramuses were the Air- nie Kettlesons, West Bend. The Adolph Koesters spent a few days with her daughter, the Allen Wilsons, Kansas City, Mp. The Dennis Carrolls received word their daughter, Rosemary, Mrs. Ronald Clark had a boy, Ryan Dennis, Nov. 18. The darks live in Houston, Texas. Guests at Allen Blakes Thursday were Mrs.. James Lenz, Lu- Verne, and the John Langbehns of Gladbrook. WANT AD »»»»«»e»»eeeeeee«e»»»e»« Bode SINGER in beautiful console ca. liiriet, like hew, seWs forward arid reverse with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, mono- granting and fancy stitch designs. Fully guaranteed. Can .be seen in your area* Make eight payments of. $4.93 a month or will discount for cash. Write: Finance, 1314 Payne Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 94-97' : COUNCIL MINUTES By Mrs. Roland M. Olson »»e»»»e»*»»»»ee»eeeeeeee Recent guiests of Mrs, Nora Quill were her son, the Rev Roy Quill, ^Dallas, *Texas also -Dr. Caldwell, Dr. Jack Hayes, J. S. Morgan, and Walter Koehler, Dallas, They came for a week of pheasant hunting in this area. Fev. Quill, Mr. Morgan & Mr. Koehler remained in Bode for the Lutefiske supper at St. Olaf church. The Earl Skaugstads, Compton, Calif., Harold Skaugstads & the Kingerys, Humboldt went to Mason City Sunday;to visit Mrs. Cora Undferberg, = surgical patient at Memorial hospital. The Richard Olsons and three children of Council Bluffs visited Thanksgiving weekend with the Olaf Olsons and .Carman Rollands. The Hal Thomases, St. Louis, were .Thanksgiving • weekend guests of Mrs, Thomas' mother, Mrs. Bulah Adams, She is the former Fern Adams. TOWH OF. LUVERNE COUNCIL MINUTES Nov. 7. 196* Coupcil met with Mayor Mallory presid- '"^iouncilmen present: Holmes, Gronbach, Zentner. lawsorv and Nielsen.; ; ; The following bills were allowed: I p s. Co. - $ 216.40 State Tax Comm. , ,']2.93 a. Emp. Sec. Comm • ItviS nt. Rev. Service - —— 157.32 p E R S 131.25 Treas. Of State— ----- ' _?H£ Holland G; Walline - 316.87 Harold Trauger — — J— I'™' ; red .Goetsch .„ —— , 92.30 Bertie Ramus <5.QO Curtis Chopin - 76.16 ,tate Permit Board 3.00 <. W. Bell Telephone Co. 16.40 Skelly Oil Co. --- .' *8.34 Lowell's Skelly Ser. — J* 9.80 Nielsen's DX — 48.77 Hooker Supply — ' 6.10 Advance Pub. Co. _____ 10.60 Kossuth Co. Treas. — 93.60 Fred Goetsch - _ - 78.75. W. S. Darley & Co. 49.73 LuVerne Bldg. Co. 12.09 Brown Supply Co. -._-.__ 47.00 State Hygienic Lab. - - 18.00 Welp & McCarten —-- 9.30 James Mallory _ . -._- 12.40 The Council gave the Mayor and Clerk authority to sign papers for a F. H, A. preliminary sewer inquiry and survey. Cords Class C Liquor license and Beer permit were renewed. A Resolution was made to accept the 1967 Street Budget as set up. ' Motion to adjourn. • • . . \ H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk. Receipts for October, 1966 General — $1205.17 Streets i ____• 1582.27 Public Safety — ____ 478.14 Sanitation - 348.86 Mun. Ent. — 488.30 Recreation 298.85 Utilities _____ ____•__ 1425.41 Road Use Tax 245,94 Sewer _____-_;. 228.32 Total ,-_—> •___'___ $6301.26 Published in the Alqona Kossuth County Advance. Algona, Iowa, November 28, 1966, The Hilda Walter Enger, Bakkens^ 'Mrs Ted Kinseths were Thanksgiving . guests 1 ait Ralph Larsons at Plover and also for the birthday of Mrs. Hilda Enger. The Larry Lanninigs and Brenda, Humboldt, and Randall Larson, Cedar Rapids were also guests; A number of neighbors of Mrs. Hilda Enger, were coffee guests Friday for her birthday. The Ronald Olsons and Bert Gardner, spent Thanksgiving in Davenport with Mrs. Olsons sister, the Harry Curriere. Mrs. Arnold Wigans, ' Ki-istin and Karmen, Iowa City, wefe also in Graetitinger werfe Egglestons were Allen Thus, the Vernon lores, Ralph Davidsons, "LU, Verne, Vernoij Davidsons, AdeJ, Marilyn- G,regor«ms, Rlittensl, J)ayjdion,' Burt- The Yidsonji spent tihte weekend with the Ralph David- Card Club met Sun- sons. The at fen Winners rop {fees, low w& eirson, ft bids. Tine next party will be Dec. IX a* J^aaes StaW's. The Frtrupif Shorey'f/ ?eM« 994 Sharon, wej- e Sunday guests at Clai^eace Lacoyrs, Rbckford. The Davemport. New Gares, Wis. The idwin Mirtyi and Henry KuWys spent Wednesday to Friday visiting the Arnie filberts. A Tk«fifc«fJvin9 dinnft wat held Sunday at Grover Arenids, WUUamjs. Guefts wert the Sherman Aren4s and Jfpn|, yjV»rn§, Josa^ Arends, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. Russell Stephenson, family, WUlitms, th*> Wigan» is r»- ^ ceiving treatment at Veterans lospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Wigans is the former Susan Olson and the Wigans family recently moved fe> Iowa City from The Twin: Rivers All-State quartet, Mary Lou Olson, soprano, Marge Thompson,, alto, Dale Rossing, bass, and Pale Fredricks, tenor, with their Michael Palm, went to pes Moihes Thursday afternoon and alter rehearsing Friday and Saturday were members of the 800 voice chorus All-Stale Festival Concert at KRNT Saturday. The Conrad Rossings ami Fredrick***, Uv- ermore, Dennis Kissinger, Ronald Olsons, Jane Olson; p«f Moin.es, and Pert Gardner, Qoiy<» rie, a*ten4e4 tht tiUiv*) Cpn- WOULD YOU BELIEVE THE NEW BRADY GRINDER-MIXER WILL EQUAL OR OUT PERFORM ANY OTHER MILLONTHEMARKET? Big claim? Yea bet it lit A*i •UA'WK *.. H « MHU .J X_ 1L_ _•* •_"**'•- , ™," 191- a FREE demonstration %«?*«»>. No obligatjpa. ttt the proof you'tt n«edl FARM GRINDER-MIXE* a«d ear corn are fer a BRADY! es to your own lications. Precision and time-tested (• » liver high woibture ground |Z» cor ft and tote tiioj OUROLL UHUi ^"••*yewi^w ^iwwwe^mp Itwt LUVERNE CLINIC M. (.D. lUINHO

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