Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
Page 10
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Around Algona by ONIETA DlDftlKSEN PHene 295-5605 Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mutkeyand little Joey, of Worthington, drove to Ankuny oh Saturday ,Mihn., spent the weekend with and remained till Monday at the jMrs Ricker's parents, the Louis ed at a MftHdfiy party for the son Tonihiy Who was three years old last Week Wednesday. Ten srtiall children and their mothers were guests. Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett flew from Mason City Tuesday noon to Detroit where Wes is attending an International Kiwahis Board Meeting, one of four held annually. Tho. couple will be home of the son, Russell Pick-! Reelings, and Mrs Kickers and ! among 3700 Kiwanians and their ett, and his family. Mrs Chas. Simmons, daughter of the Don Nelsons, had major baby remained hern a few days longer. Mr and Mrs Ben Harbst drove surgery done Thursday at the to California two weeks ago Manchester hospital, and is re- and have visited the Jon Nelsons ported to bs making good re-' and Barney Erdmans at Ana- covery. Her mother plans to heim and are staying with the go to Manchester as soon as Joel Herbsts at Conaga Park Elaine is released from the hos- until they get located. Mrs Erd- pital and will remain with her man is the former Joan Muckey, for a time. Mr and Mrs Russell Rickers cousin of Mrs Herbst. Mrs Herb Hedlund entertain- Kweens present at the club's Golden Anniversary'banquet, of whom 20 will bs lowans. Bartletts will come home Saturday night. Dogotch Golden wedding .with Mrs. Stan Betklatid Tuesday. Three tables Were in play and prize winners were Mrs. Burnett Heine and Mrs. Jerry ALGONA (Iowa) AbVANC6-4 THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1965 tables of 500 Sunday evening, VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON and 4Cc wilf admit one (including rental if needed) SUNDAY, JAN,, 24 STAR ROLLER mm LeRoy Lau, Owner Phone collect for Parties • 295-2166 The Algona Woman's club met Mondav afternoon at tho home of Mrs John Thompson with Flora Tiss assisting hostess. The program: Silver and China, was presented by Clara Amesbury. Mrs Harry Potter cams home Paturdav by bus from Robbinsdale. Minn., where she had remained four months with her brot'ipr-in-iaw and sister. Mr and Mrs William Campbell, and reports that Mr Campbell who | has been ill for sometime, is now gaining in weieht and strength, through tube feedings. MONTGOMERY WARD SATURDAY no stoop no scoop Take the work, and waste of old fashioned bagged feed out of hog feeding with Nutrena complete hog pellets in bulk. No sacks to lug, no mixing or shoveling. Delivery to your farm . . . even to your feeders if you wish. Get full details now on switching your hogs to a Nutrena BULK feeding program. Specialists in Program Feeding Mrs Fr»d Shilts went to Des Moines Thursday to attend an O. E. S. School for Instructors while taking her senior year of high school at Ames, was also present. MR. AND MRS. Frank Dogotch Sr., West Bond, will be honored at an open house for their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the West Bend Legion club. AJ1 relatives and friends are invited. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Mrs L. W. Keith was released Line band festival to be held at the child has had. Sat'irday from St. Ann hospital Sentral school Jan. 25. Band and taken to Good Samaritan Mothers will serve the evening Home where she will ,•_ remain meal to the estimated 500 stu- held through Saturday. Mrs ! while her broken hip is healing c) entSi an d the Sentral cooks Shilts will aeain serve as 1965, and where she is sharing a room w jn pre pare the noon meal. i i . A it -. _1 A !.-. i. V. « .*.! 4-ti TVfl 1 **^ Ol r\**r\Y\r\r\ GVli 14-r* -. fTM. —-. 1 I A.1... i*._.. . U AI. A u_] instructor for chapters in the Algona area. Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig and three of their children came from Minneapolis a week ago Fridnv when advised of the serious illness of his mother. Mrs Jo c e r >hinp. Ludwig. of West Bend who had b°fin a patient at Good Samrritqn Home for a year and a half prior to her last illness when she was taken to St. Ann, whoro sh° died on Tuesday Jan. 12. The Minneapolis Ludwigs remained until after her funeral with 'Mrs Clarence Shilts. 'Or. 'They planned the fourth and last of their series of bake sales MISSIONARY SPEAKS Waite. | Prize winners were Mrs. Walter Sunday guests of the Kennethi' Krause antl Emil Bierstedt. Bollingers for the birthday of > Harvey Bellinger were the Allen Bollingers, George Bollingers, Clair Bollingers, Charles Weis- brods, Wayne Bollingers, Norman Bollingers and Gene Tietz- es. Sunday guests of the Richard I Stuckis for Jeffrey's birthday were the Raymond Stoebers, Marion Stuckis, Linda Ramus and Wayne Stoeber. Sunday guests of the Ray Priebes were the Ed Meyers and Mrs. Lena Luedtke. | The Rev. Samih Ismirs and I daughter Jody Sue, Bismarck, ' N, D., spent the holidays with Mrs. Ismir's parents, the Ernest Berklands. Their son Steven, a freshman at Ames, also spent | his two week holiday vacation j at home. The Kenneth Bollingers had as Tuesday guests the Wilmer Wichtendahls, Mrs. Soohie Wichtendahl, Edwin Wichtendahls, Gene Tietzes, Wayne Bollingers and Norman Bollingers. Mrs. Ernest Berkland was vis- ] ited Jan. 7 by Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Mrs. Art Kabrick, on her IN A SPECIAL v; '-.'',, ^'i' BLUE RIBBON ' • * CLOSE OUT SAt PRICE 0»* AtL ' 1964' • There were 85 to hear Rev. Frank Drown, missionary to Ecuador speak Monday evening to the Lutheran Laymen's League and guests at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. He birthday. The Paul Eiglers Brlqltta Whittemore, daugh- during ball games at Sentral told of his work wlto toe JlvaJo ter of the J. H. Whittemqres, J an . 29. The sales were a new of Ecuador and will leave next Tuesday;, for method of raising money for the Mount Pleasant to enter'lowa group treasury, replacing the | sented to Rev Rex Spicer for Wesleyan at the beginning of pancake supper they have held his birthday Sunday THhe usual * the second semester Brigit a in recent years. A profit of $59 flew to Germany in July and did was reported from the third bake not return till mid-November sale in November. A bell lyre business metlng the group was postpone(li 50n the se ° vin ' comn ^ ittc ^ were the James Mey6 year. Mrs Whittemore also reports a bit of news of her nep- ,«t.ayinp with Mrs Ludwig's mo-, hew, Will Fassbender, who for- ther, Mrs Kathryn Mahoney. Sow 15 12% Finisher Shoat 14 Pre-Shoat 16 5-2741 Cargill, Inc. ALGONA Federal N. la. Grain Co. 5-5073 SEXTON CHtLh WITH Nutrena P»ul Ferrinon, Chicago, came :>y train to Fort Dodge where ie wis met Wednesday morning and is sonndind a few days in Aleona with his cousins, Mrs Kathryn Mahoney, Mrs Mary Velson, and other relatives. merly lived here. His parents are the Wm. Fassbenders Sr., who are now at Maywood, 111. While in high school, j there young William entered' several gymnastic tournaments and won fourth place in the final state gymnastics competition as a re- and Donald Priebes. when she came back by boat "so and a bass tuba have been pur- R Roman, Vic Strueckers was too late to enroll for the chased by the Band Mothers and >-.*-. first semester at college where are available for rental by stu- she will now begin her junior dents. SURPRISE FAREWELL The Richard Stuckis were hon- RECEPTION DATED A combination shower-reception will be held Jan. 23 for the ^ K u r- V r ; Kenley Zwiefels in the Fenton ored by the Fenton firemen at Mfifho Vst church. The nartv he- a surprise farewell party Friday at Fire Chief Merle Voiet's. Six guests were the William Mankato and were m , Meyers Ray Dec ' 20 at Nicholett ' Minn " Methodist church. The party be 7:30 p.m., is for men and and all are invited to attend. The Zwiefels live in Uthofs, Delbert Geitzenauers,'...,,, np Mr and Mrs Anton Didriksen, accompanied by Mrs Fred Geigel, drove to Ames Friday afternoon and back late that night. They went for an Installation of officers in Laura Chapter No. 135, Order of Eastern Star, when Mr and Mrs F. L. Thorpe were placed in the East as Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron. Mrs Didriksen served as Installing Chaplain for her sister and brother-in-law and Mrs Geigel was Installing Organist. Other Algona guests were Mrs A .L. Jackman and Mrs Hugh Raney who spent the weekend at Ames, Mrs Jackman with former neighbors and friends, while Mrs Raney was a guest of Mrs George Godfrey . Others from out of town were the Thorpe's son Russell with his wife and two children, Tim and Ann, from Sterling. 111. And Beverly Buehler of Balboa, C. Z., who is making her home at Ames with the F. L, Thorpes, her grandparents, suit of which he lege scholarship and is now in Ws freshman year at Normal, and Martin Ohm. They were giv- Stan Berklands Ronald Chris- The y , u ^^,3^ an . ch.lles, Norman Bollingers Mar- the engagement of their ion Stuckis, Mrs. Donna Schultz riailt , M _ P T nDri H Tr^kn to Tr,m Mr and Mrs Cliff .Skogflrom the Spencer police force. The and two daughters visited oyer family will move to Spencer the weekend at Vermillion, S. about the 1st of February. D., with the Don Potter family. CHOSEN FOR FESTIVAL .-Kathryn Bierstedt. David Matthiesen and Mary Lou Larson, Sentral high school students, won chair positions in the festival band to perform at the 10th anual festival Feb. 6 at Cherokee, sponsored by Northwest Iowa Bandmasters' Association. The students won their places in an audition last Saturday at Storm Lake. It was a repeat performance for Mary Lou, sophomore bass clarinetist, and David, senior trombonist, both of whom played last year. It will be a new experience for Kathryn, sophomore clarinet player. Buick Special V-6 goes easy on gas* Its lew price goes hard on your resistance. New teacher is selected for Sentral Fenton — Bruce Birkemeyer, December graduate of Mankato State, and native of Sleepy Eye, Minn., has been hired to teach four classes of American history and world history at Sentral high school. He began Monday. Dwayne Proechel, boys basketball director and social studies teacher for the first semester, will take over the physical education vacancy created Dec. 28 by the resignation of Dean Knudson. Proechel will continue as basketball coach and will teach physical education in grades 3-6 at Lone Rock and Fenton schools as well as junior high and high school physical education at Sentral. ^^_«^ • *. PLAN FOR FESTIVAL Monday Sentral Band Mothers discussed plans for the State POLIO BOOSTER A special "oral polio booster" program is being offered in the Sentral schools for children and others in their families below 18 years of age. The program is under the direction of a local doctor in cooperation with the state department of health. Dr. W. W. Jolley will be at Sentral schools during the. first part of February to give polio booster feedings. From one to three feedings six weeks apart will be given, depending on the number " previous oral vaccinations We put 6 big reasons to tuy t Buiek Special under the hood. And another one on the price tag. The si* are a set of the liveliest, thriftiest cylinders that ever zipped you merrily on ypwr way, They're all arranged in neat, smooth V? fashion. They sdd MR tp 335 eubip inches and 15S horsepower, and make other arrangements p£ 6 cylinders seem primitive. That's not all. Special sports Puiek comfort, Buick $tylf and traditional Buick quality. The price tag? We saved the best for last, $2343.0° fUfttetted m»U price for Special Y-6 3-dr. coupe. Wee Includes Federal Exclf e T?x 904 cugecsted dealer delivery and bundling charge (trausporia- tto»c^ges,acpe«*o/les, other optional equlpmviH, state »ndlo«»l i '"" ' Wouldn't you really rather go first class ?} See your local authorizf d Bfuick deale r- BUICK MOTOR DIVISION Savings Beyond THINK OF IT! Rev. and Mrs. Fred Preul were Sunday guests at Charles iVeisbrod's. The Birthday 500 club met Easy ivay to get a smile —try DDD • A flsit by long distance is the next best thing to being there. Just pick up your phone and dial friends and relatives near and'far. It's easy as A-B-C, too. A—Dial 1. B—Dial the area code if different from your own. C—Dial the phone number you want. Northwestern Bell in Iowa. Should you feed hogs free choice—or grind and mix? Read Tom Staley's answer: BEACON DIVISION OF TEXTRON INC. PROFESSIONAL FEEDS 1401 Armour Road • Kan*«« CiW 16, Missouri • GRand 1-3856;. "lESTUNKimSHT DEUUXE S1LF (TQBINO WINDOW! ft POORS QUALITY ECONOMY IEAUTY IN COLOR Pi t f Yeiitf Foittlf ON OUlY IN ILL KINDS OF WEATNIR ESTIMATE Robinson Construction Company Hwy. 11 i««t ?95-3374 Morton Ross. Manager Farmers Service Center, inc. Algona, Iowa Dear Mertoni Many hog raisers who visit our Swi "free choice" and let the hogs do mixing? Th« answer is grind and mix. When fed free choice, hogs "too rouen niuj.otuio» v* ** —v » rA^nlt is & costly loss for c5t ofthe'grain if S °t*3 f ground" 1 for°them. and mix program. «. h«ii«v« that, for fMders who ar« dedicated to «akinj usinj tU» Professional Mixer Program, and local grain, . '//do it! Sincerely, Thomas W. Stal«y. Professional F««a§ Cost to raist a m from birth to 200 Ibs. on tho Profoiiionol Mixor Program; 10 Ibf.Pifl Ki*$M -85 12 Ibf. Pig Mi**r 1000 .W 39 lb«. Pi? Miwr 17? 30 Uw. Hog Mixer \M 440 Ibf. Griin — ».J8 5?0 IN. TOTAL FiiO TOTAL COST 14.11 W PW Ww PROFESSIONAL' FEEDS FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, INC ALGONA, IOWA

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