Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1965
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4—ALGONA {town) ADVANCt THUHsOAY, JAN, 14, WS Guy Harmon, Whittemore, dies at 68 ' Guy G. Harmon. 68, Whittc- mofe farmer, died .Tan. 10 at the Veteran's hospital in DCS Molnes. Services were held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the First Baptist church with Rev. Mack Carlson officiating. Guy Harmon was born Nov. 11, 1896 at Havctock, son of Mary Philip and Earnest Harmon. He married Minnie E. Swanson in Algona Jan. 28, 1920. They farmed for many years in Plum Creek township and 10 years ago moved to the Whittemore area. He was a veteran of World War 1. Surviving besides his wife arc three daughters and two sons: Mildred, Mrs. Jerry McVay, Humboldt; Lucille, Mrs. Ray- Bierle, Lakota; Lillian, Mrs. Hugh M a t e r n, Stcwartville, Minn.: Edward. Anderson, Calif.; and Richard, Blomington, Ind. There arc 22 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Sisters and brothers who survive are: Lee, Rolfc; Jerry and Bert, Shcvlin, Minn.; Chet, Algona; Faye, LuVerne; Willis, Armstrong; Mabel, Mrs. Joe Severson, Tukwila, Wish.; Alice, Mrs. John Gross, Hayficld, Minn.; Helen, Mrs. Marcus Norton, Santa Monica, Calif.; and Idella, Mrs. Lowell Walker, San Bernadino, Calif. Burial was in Eastlawn Memorial cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold Schmeling, Ralph Walker, Clifton Benschoter, Kenneth Strayer, Clyde Priebe and Robert Black. McCullough's was in charge. City, attended the funeral of his grandmother at Wesley Monday. The P. M. Chrislensons came home Monday after two weeks at their daughter the Andy Petersons, Galva. Almanac LONE ROCK Mrs. A. A. Krueger OFFICERS ELECTED The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church was held Sunday after a pot luck dinner at. noon, Officers elected were Willis Cotton and Clair Bollinger, elders; Joe Culbertson, trustee; treasurer, Angus Cotton; assistant, Mervin Christenson; organist, Mrs. Don Blanchard; music director, Mrs. Milton Madison; Sunday school supt., Jerry Wibben; asst., A. A. Krueger; Sunday school sec- treas., Will Christenson; pianist, Judy Kraft; youth budget, Judy Hammerstrom; Junior Sunday school supt., Mrs. Clarence Kraft; Cradle Roll supt., Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom. Peggy Pettit and Sherry New brough had tonsilectomies Mon day at the Estherville hospital. The Willis J. Cottons attended the baptism of their grandson, David John Cotton, Sunday at the First Presbyterian church at Ft. Dodge. He is the son of the John Cottons. The Chet Almes, Ottosen, visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Sunday. The Raymond Neswolds, Iowa (Continued from Page 1) Bank, clerk. Full sale details Monday, Jan. 26. Feb. 3 — Henry Rustcmicr closing out sale near Bancroft. Quinn & Clark arc the auctioneers and sale details will appear in the Advance soon. FEB. 5 — Oliver Mathson sale at farm 2 miles north and 4 miles cast of West Bend, or 4 miles south and 3 miles east of Whittemore, or 2 miles west, 6 miles south and 4Vi miles west of Junction 169 and 18 north of Algona. Machinery and miscellaneous. Quinn & Yungcberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in Advance later. Feb. 8 — Alvin Erpclding closing out sale, at south edge of St. Joe. Complete line of good farm machinery. Yungeberg & Klevc; "Hcd" Madscn, clerk. Full sale details in Advance later. SOC/E7Y SHOWER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon at the Moose Hall for Muriel Zittritsch, daughter of Mrs E. H. Zittritsch and the late E. H. Zittritsch, whose marriage to Wendell Rockwell will take place Saturday at 11 o'clock in St. Cecelia Catholic church, followed by a reception at the Johnson House. Hostesses at. the shower were Mrs Charles Devine, Mrs Jack Limbaugh, Mrs Robert Simons, of Whittemore, and Mrs Kenneth Mulligan, of Bancroft. The couple will be at home in the Limbaugh apartment, 118M- N. Thorington street. The bridegroom-elect is employed at Wei- denhoff's. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs Karl Willason observed a birthday Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 5 and had as guests for the afternoon Mrs C. N. Robinson, Mrs L. \V, Keith, Mrs Paul Richardson, Mrs Leonard Mass- dam, Mrs William Geering, Mrs Sam Medin, and Mrs George McMahon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Edith Buchanan is entertaining the Idle 'Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Elizabeth Post is entertaining her 500 club Wednesday evening, Jan. 13. TROUT — Frederick Daugs, while on Christmas vacation in Monona, his former" home, caught the largest trout ever caught in this state when he snagged a Rainbow trout from French creek, north of Waukon. It weighed 9 Ib, 6 oz. h -fc m&m ™ «? \. ^'Sv N QunUif r^'«t INTiMB Attractive printing at right prices! One good way to get people to read what you want them to is to make it look good. That's what we're in business for. See us soon. When you come to us. you know what real fine printing is ... no matter what it's for ... our imaginative staff can create the type of printing to give you the prestige you want! OFFSET ADVANCE COLOR r COMPANY "Kenuth Top Printer*' USDA CHOICE Don't Mitt TfcU Opportunity to Stock Up mi SAVE' FRYER OHMKENf ARTS Legsjhighs IB. Beef has many brands. There's only one U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF. We at Faraway offer you this lop grade of Beef with an unconditional guarantee for your satisfaction. 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