Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 11, 1965
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5-ALGONA (lew*) ABVANCt MONDAY, JAN. It, IMS Married at Burt Kossuthgirl to make trip to Europe Irvington — Mrs. Marie Maass and daughter LaVon, LuVcrne, called here last week. LaVon, a junior at Cedar Falls, is one of a group of students planning a trip, to Europe next summer. The Rev. Donald lies, pastor of the ;E:U.B. church, Cedar Falls, with his wife, will chaperone the -group and are also .taking the responsibility for setting up the schedule and the planning. The group plans to leave by plane from Chicago June 7. The itinerary as set up now is London, Amsterdam, Hamberg, Copenhagen, Berlin, Cologne, Heidelberg, Munich, Salz- bury, Innsbruck, LuCernc, Deion, Paris and back to Chicago. Practically all the travel in Europe, will be surface. They will be gone three weeks. The students first became interested in the trip when they began eating Sunday evening meals at the E.U.B. church and many of them also attended church services. They became acquainted with the Rev. and Mrs. lies who told of a trip to Europe the family had a few years ago. The students were so interested and the Rev. lies offered to sponsor them. The cost is approximately $500 each and many of the students have been working for months in spare time to raise extra money. NOW RECOVERING Mrs. Wm, Qoetsch; LuVerne, is now recovering following a sprain in one forearm which she sustained in a fall last May. Some weeks later a hard formation resembling bone began to protrude from the arm and in November it was diagnosed as scar tissue which had developed from twisted tendons. She had surgery at that time and had the tissue removed. Later having more trouble with swelling another trip to the doctor brought her the news that she is allergic to the catgut used to cjose the wound after surgery. The Goetschs farm southeast of Galbraith but now live in Lu- Verne since their house was one of those wrecked by the tornado last August. She is a sister of Mrs. Phyllis Struthers. MOTHER IS DEAD The Lawrence Millers were notified early Sunday morning of the death of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Victor Applegate, 57, at Mary Greeley hospital, Ames. The Carroll Potters and Mrs. Miller had gone to Ames Saturday to see Mrs. Applegate, and although she had been in a critical condition following the amputation of one leg on last week Thursday, she was some what improved then. Mrs. Applegate bad diabetes and one toe was removed a few months ago. ROSANNE JANE WIENER, daughter of the Jerry Wieners, and Roger J. Ulses, son of the Ervin Ulses, both of Burt, were married Dec. 29 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Rev, Maurice Krause officiated. Rosemary Ulses, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Roberta Ackerman was the bridesmaid. The groom was attended by his brother,, Tom Ulses, as best man and Floyd Laverenz, groomsman. The Wayne Wickwires had a card party Saturday for their 25th wedding. Mrs. Belle Black, mother of Hugh Black, was taken by. ambulance Dec. 31 to Park hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Black, 82, lives with a daughter, the George Kains, Algona, and fell in the tiight. She was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona, where a broken hip was discovered. She was then taken to Mason City, where it was set. Thursday to Saturday visitor at her brother, the Robert Blacks, was Ruth Black, Rockford, 111. Other visitors New Years were the Everett Blacks, brother,, of. RobejrlU...and :Ruth Black, the Wm. Geerings and- the Mrs. Bculah Richardson, Algona. The Diirwood Walkers attended a New Years Eve party at Kenneth Potter's, Algona. Others there were the Dean Cul-' bertsons, Lone Rock, Toby East- mans, Jim Romer, Algona, and Judy Coleman, Irvington. Betty Wickwire, senior at Cedar Falls, returned Sunday, after the vacation with her parents, the Wayne Wickwires, I Mrs. Phyllis Struthers had as guests Sunday for Starr's 6th birthday the Wm. Goetschcs, LuVerne, Mrs. Violet Sykes, Livermore, and Ed Riches, Madelia, Minn. i The Gerald Schmitls visited the Orlan Otts, Washburn, Dec.' 27. The Otts recently moved to Washburn, where he is now with the Seven-Up distributing Co., in Waterloo. New Years guests at Bob asey's were the Clarence, Maron and Eugene Caseys. The Raymond Metzens were callers. Communion services were :)eld in the Irvington church Jan. 3. This Wednesday the Couples club met in the church. Thursday the Youth Fellowship will meet in the church. The Major William Batts Jr. left here last weekend for Stewart AFB, Newburg, New York, after the holidays with Mrs. Batt's mother, Mrs. Stella Seip, Irvington, and visiting in this area and Burt. Pat and Ronnie Frank!, sons of the Gerald Frankls, left Sunday for Ames after a two weeks vacation at home here. After two weeks Christmas vacation at home, Tim, son of the Gerald Frankls, left Monday by bus for Carthage, Mo., where he is attending school. The Gerald Frankls and Mrs". Marie Frank! were Saturday guests of the Donald Bormanns, LuVerne. Guests st Purwood Walker's Dec. 30 were the Wayne Wick- wires, and Betfe. filter 6 were the Clarence* "Csaaaays. Legal Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN ANP FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERMAN NEITZEL, Deceased. PROBATE NO 8633 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF Will TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You ore hereby notified that on the 18th day cf January, 1965, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the County Court House in the City of Atgona in the above County and State, hearing will be hod tor progf of the instrument doted March 30, 1964, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Herman Neitzel. Deceased, at which time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary Alma Pearson Clerk, Said District Court H. W. Miller, Attorney Algono, Iowa Published in the Algono tossuth THE ANNUAL EVENT YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR STARTS TUESDAY. JANUARY 12 SALE POSITIVELY ENDS MONDAY, JAN. 18 ALL BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE NOT A CLEARANCE-WE VE BOUGHT ALL NEW MERCHANDISE ESPECIALLY FOR THIS EVENT. MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED, DON'T MISS IT. COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND TO SEE THE BIGGEST STOCK IN NORTH IOWA! ymmrnaiaamm 45 R.P.M 7 in. all new and perfect! 50 ex- Unbreakable, Lrakproaf WflSTEBASKET • Handy Swing Top • Decorator Cofors FLASH BATTERY SCREWDRIVERS Big 30 qt. size has poly base; plastic removable top!'23 in HANDKERCHIEFS Testrite "D"; steel case. Men's white hemstitched handkerchiefs, • 12''to a box. Ideal gifts! Sfeefc, Now PICTURE HOOKS: MOTH CAKE Clear Plastic, plated nails. Plastic cast. 2 oz. para cake. COTTON SOCKS • Misses, Mr omen / Wash-wear. Zantrel® rayon and cotton; side zip. Sizes 10-18. Heavy white knit, with cushioned soles. BOX CRAYONS SHOE DAUBER Buy for school andhomeuse! Soft fibre bristle. BATHROOM Ensemble PLANTER, Waterer 8 in. plastic urn'With saucer; pint size pot. Variety new colors. Hamper and bowl brush with rust-proof holder; waste basket. 5th Avenue—Seamless SPOON PLATE DISH SPONGE NYLONS 9 « £ • Mop dishes * clear Flattering run-resistant seamless hose, in beige, tan or Tahiti. 8'/ 2 to 11. Reg. «te High. Low Area PLASTIC MUG CEREAL BOWL • Cotton Loop Pile Non-skid back keeps rug in place! Serged ends. Smart colors. Won't chip or crack. Pastel BUTTER DISH Refrigerator, freezer. Iftpt. Sturdy poly, Snaps shut. Padded FOAM BRA {§ lo»i', Girls' SUCKS 89° ANCHOR GLASS POT HOLDER 10%-QZ. §ize. $ham bottom. Cotton broadcloth, lace trimmed. In white only. AA to A cup, 30 to 36. Cotton boxer slacks. Sanfor- ized, 4 to 6. Ironing BOARD COVER Silicone; fits 54 in. board. Won't stick! 39c PAINT BY NUMBER 99c J Two 10x14 in. « pictures and * oils in box. Aluminum BAKEWARE Square shape pans for cake, bread, meat! iff- 49* •tt*t«tttt*ttttf***tttt Boys'white brief $...,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,2/9fc Boys' white T Shirts..,,,,.,..,,,..... ,2/990 Women's terry scuffs , ,,,,,.,.790 Wemeo'i acetate trfcftt briffs, $*«K.,,,. -4/99C STOVE MAT Metal, with Qc asbestos. ^r ; CELLO NOTES * Asstd. floral t designs. t..- .... . . BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN STORE HOURS 8:30 to 5:30 Fri. 8:30 t 9 9:30 lOCALLY OWNED By QERALD. BOB and VIOLET BOMQAARS County Advance, Jon 1 1, 1965. Aigcna, lowo,

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