Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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Funeral today for Swea City woman, 92 2-AI.GONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1966 services for Mrs. Margaret M. Thompson, 92, Swea City^ill be held today (Thursday) T>ec. 8 at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist church, Swea City. Rev. H. J. Crandall will officiate. The Barnes funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Family services will be held at 12:15 p.m. at the funeral home. Serving as pallbearers are: Merlin. Carlson, Glen Clark, Joe Johnson, Floyd Treat, Roy Kluger and Arden Jongberg. Mrs. Thompson died Dec. 6 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, after a lengthy illness. She was born Aug. 14, 1874 in Wales, British Isles. She attended school in Letart, W. Va., and came to Kossuth county with her Husband in 1910. Survivors include two sons, Dettmer and Lionel, Swea City, two grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Two brothers also survive: Austin EritwhisiUe, Ath ens, Ohia, .-arid Vera Ehitwnistle, •Nakomis, Fla. Y : Her husband, E. E. .Thompson preceded her in death on Sept. 10, 1966. Scouts (ear down political posters If Algona suddenly looks a little neater, it's because Bey Stout Troop 71, in cooperation with city officials and the Republican Central Committee, have removed the more than 350 political posters which the two parties put up prior to the election last month. In fact, it was noted by members of the Republican Central Committee who made arrangements for the clean-up that some of the posters were left over from the election two years ago. The mass clean-up took place Saturday with Scoutmaster Roy Burris- aiding his troop. Two Grand Openings this weekend Two grand openings will be held in Algona this weekend. The new Sears Catalog Office will stage a three-day opening beginning this morning (Thursday). Special values and door prizes and favors are announced in. a large advertisement elsewhere in today's Advance. The. new Swanson store will also stage its opening Thursday thru Saturday of this week. ««**W»tirW«^*^ft^««W<^«««ft«W«t4'«f. .1 .1 'i .\ 't .( t .1 Andrew Felhauer, 95, of Al(0*a, dies here Sunday Andrew Felhauer, 95-year old Algona retired farmer, died at St. Ann hospital Sunday. Funeral services for him were held Wednesday afternoon at Me- Cullough's funeral home. Rev. Frank Harcey officiated and bur ial was in Riverview ce'metery. He homesteaded in Canada during his early married life, moved to California later and then to Algona about 15 years ago. He was born at West Bend, la. and was married there in 1891 to Alice Collinson. She preced ed him in death in 1956 as die a son during World War I. Only close survivor is a sister, Anna, Aurora, ill. Algona man CM! in car crash An Algona man received a cut cheek in a two-car crash west of Algona at the Hobarton road intersection with highway 18 about 4 p.m. Tuesday. Matt Weydert, Algona, was driving a 1965 Buick and stopped at the stop sign; gong south onto the highway. He tilled onto the highway and was truck by a car driven by David Schmidt, Mound, Minn., who was driving a 1965 Chevrolet. Both ars had extensive damage and Ir. Weydert was charged with railing to yield the right-of-way ivhen entering a highway. Pa- rolman Charles Bird investigat- d. Mrs. Willard Zeigler, was home from ties Moines where she' is enrolled at A. I. B. and spent lief Thanksgiving vacation with tier patents. She had as guest fcvelyn fcoyd, of Canton, Ohio, who lived 'here when her fath&r was pastor of the Congregational chttireh v !here. . Mr. and Mr». Elmer Phillips spent last weekend at Albert Lea, Minn., with the former's brother Lloyd and wife. Enrouita horns they stopped at Mason Ci' ly for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, Marion fiurbank, former Algntv ans. M>», Alice Clayton and Mr*, Dew^l and their brother Elme* Eetersett, Corwith, were in Minneapolis a few days last wefek to Visit their brother the Jnnies t*eterse«S. The Mitttteapo- lis brother IS itt ill health,; ; Quality Snow Boots — CHOOSE FROM — • Kickerinos • Ball Band • Dunhams Stack Heels-Flat Heels-Hi Top Medium Heights-Dress Heels FOR BEST SELECTION CHOOSE NOW!!! te«^«w«rtt«rtt«tt«&<^«fft«!ftya-«rat^^ Mrs. Orville Wicks drove tc Sanawha last week and joined her relatives Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rasmussen, of Riceville, and with them went to Charles City or Sunday to visit with Mr. ant Mrs. Ron Rasmussen,. who for merly lived in Algona. They were joined there by Mr. an* Mrs. Robert Klein, of Rodman the latter of whom teaches in the West Bend. school system. Cecil Will had surgery at Iowa City Friday. Mrs. Esther Barton spent the weekend at Webb with her bro ther-in-law and sister Mr. ant Mrs. J. R. Cook. Sunday the} were guests at dinner at Mr. am Mrs. Jim Cook's. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weise have moved to Mason City am have been there several weeks Mr. Weise is an electriciahi Mrs. Don Smith Sr. suffered a heart attack Wednesday and is hospitalized at St. Ann. It is expected she will be there ten days or possibly two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill have been visited since October 11 by their daughter Mrs. A. A. Tobako, of Garden Grove, Calii. They spent Thanksgiving day at Readlyn with the son Claude Whitehill and family. Mrs. Tc* bako is leaving for home Dec. 8, Francie, daughter of Mr. and ALGONA THURS.. FRI. - SAT. - DEC. 8-9-10 Matron On Duty Saturday Matinee A bold \\young rebel rocks an Empire! CONTINUOUS SHOWING SAT. STARTING 1:00 P.M. WALT DISNEY OF DONEGAL SUN, • HON. • TUES. • WED. - DEC. 11-12-13.14 AGENTS? Plus: "TEN PIN TOUR" FREE $24.95 BOWLING BALL TO BE'GIVEN AWAY PEC. 14! PLUS: FREE BOWLING AT THE ALGONA LANES Register in Theatre Lobby Dec. 11, 12, 13, 14 No purchase necessary Need not be present to win JACKETS Suede cloth, wool plaids, cords, brushed denim. Long & short lengths. SWEATERS By Jantzen, Arrow, Munsingwear & Pendleton. SUITS Suits & sportcoats in all the newest colors & styles. Gift Unique and unusual gifts for the man who has everything. Suit Bags She* Shine Kits Tie Racks Pant Hangers Travel Kits Bar Accessories Yieuurii' Brush & many, many more OVER COATS All weather coats in Dacron & cotton, water-resistant fabrics. Top coats in all wool, new colors. HAGGAR SLACKS In wash & wear or all wool of styles & colors. SHIRTS Arrow Shirts. All cotton wash & wear Permi-press of dacron & cotton. But ton-downs & snap-tabs & glenn col lars. Colors & stripes. Sport Shirts by Arrow & Shapely' GIFT CERTIFICATES The perfect gift for the "hard to please." Let him select his own gift. A Gift Certificate from lender's is a wonderful way to say "Merry Christmas!" ^^^^^•1^^ WMMMMP ^Ml ^^ * ^MMBW^ •MHfHHn' BBB1 VIB ALGONA, IOWA

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