Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1965
Page 12
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* LIVERMORE M STAR THURSDAY! JAN, 2t, IMS ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 New officers for Masons are installed Livermore — New officers for the Masonic order were installed Monday night at the local Lodge rooms with Herb Raney as the installing Officer. Those install* ed were: Worshipful Master, Norman Scott, Senior Warden, SJ™J" *• Irwin Jergensen, Junior Warden, {,*;"rfj /•«.. A\ Maurice Olson, Senior Deacon, £ ei " ies \\ Wilder Rockwood, Junior Dea- pl.h; ,' con, Bill Wilson, Senior Steward, }2y lmpf~~""~~—28 ard, Harold Wolf/Secretary, GuyL f 4 . l « h j|»*irld»i.l *••"• Raney, Treasurer, Dick Schultz, « K n Tiler, John Olson. SffnoSSS ~~~—. 201 Barney Thilges 201 High Teem Series Smith Lumber 2499 tettainment with prizes being won by J6yce Foth, high, Ruby Holmes, 2nd high and Leila 1ns- ko low. Margaret Kisch won the Women's Bowling Tournament Wednesday, Jan. 13 Sawyer's 2311 Hamm's Ins. •;. 2308 Imperial Cafe 2287 Bode Locker . 2275 Bode Co-Op 2271 Watkins 2255 Top Six Bowling League W Smith Lumber 54 ! 39 46 48 O.E.S. MEETS The regular meeting of the Eastern Star was held Jan. 12 with the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen presiding. All officers were present. Plans were discussed for the School of Instruction which will be held Feb. 4. Lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Armstrong and Mrs. Herb Raney. 204 door prize. Those on the entertainment committee were Norine Erpelding, Molly Foth and Anne Ren* quist. EdMcKenna rites held here Monday Livermore — Funeral services for Ed. McKenna, 76, of Hardy, were held at Sacred Heart Catholic church Monday morning that area is ail done by hand. They also visited Pueblo arid attended the Folklofie Ballet. These dancers performed for the inaugural of President Johnson. The Lickteigs Visited Xochimilco and saw the floating gardens, attended a bull fight, saw the oldest cathedral in Mexico City, the National Palace, which occupies four large city blocks, the Castle of Chapultepic. They returned Jan. 12. with burial in cemetery. Mount Calvary Pioneer 2458 Reinies Groc 2375 High Teem Game Smith Lumber 909 Pioneer 851 Reinies 829 High Individual Series Barney Thilges 551 Bob Bormann 528 Doug Kay 525 Domino League W L 25 30 WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sun' day, in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Donald Kleinpeter, son of the Vincent Kleinpeters, La Jolla, Calif., formerly ol Wesley, to June Marie Garrett Larry Kleinpeter, who is married, and Dean Kleinpeter are both in San Diego, Calif. Marion Kleinpeter, now Mrs Tom Hutto, lives in Columbia, S. C. Jdhfi Hildfiiafis had their cy Cartoons. (500 club Sunday. Prize winners Were Francis Pierce, Bill Hauptly, Mrs Leo Goetz and Mrs Esther Schroeder. The Joe Goetz- es will have the group Jan. 31. The Mike Vitzthums had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were John YoUngwirth, Mrs Richard Ricke and Mrs Vern Olson. The Bill Ludwigs were guests. The Bill Rockwoods have a boy, born Jan. 17 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They also have a 19 month old daughter, Kathryn Ann. Mrs Rockwood is the former Betty Thilges. The Lowell Andersons, Min ncapolis, spent the weekend aaMMt+MMMMMMMM Mrs J. P. Hatiplman and Mrs Ray Carlson Went to Algona Monday for the extension lesson preparing vegetables. They will give the lesson at the next meeting of the Wesley Itomemakcrs. A parent-tenchcr conference will be held in St. Joseph's parochial school Jan. 22, so no classes will be held. The Jake and Girard Strouth families, Reading, Minn., father Linus Eisenbacher, Odebolt, Ro man Eisenbachers, Armstrong, the Bill and Richard Eisenbach- ers and Joe Studers, Algona the Kenneth Studers, Bancroft Frank Wellicks, Britt; Vincenl Smiths and Mrs Mary Smith, ol with his uncle and aunt the Per-1 Buffalo Center; and David Mil St. Joe Mr*. Sylvester Wa«ner CDA guest night was held Sunday with a pot luck supper pre- ceeding a social evening. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Ray Bcrte and Raymond Kohl- berts, Algona, were among relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher on Jan. 16. Larry Lee Youngwirth has enlisted in the navy and left Tuesday for Des Moines. Methodist men will have their annual pancake supper Jan. 28 receiving high pfizel The fed Hilbefts received the prizes tot a score closest to 1965. The Maurice Redings spent several days last week with Mrs. Keding's parents the Frank JBof- manns, Davenport. A Bible service at 8 o'clock Wilt be held Thursday evening in St. Joseph's church with the subject, Church Unity. in the church basement. Serving starts at 5:30. Everyone welcome. Forrest Adolf, Malvin, spent Jan. 17 with his uncle and aunt, the Will Martineks. The Luke Youngwirths and Geo. Vitzthums visited the Tom Vitzthums, Laurens, Jan. 17. PANCAKE SUPPER Wesley 4-H boys gave a pan- FARM SALE < The Herb Raneys are having »_.„ • „ ,. a closing out sale on Friday,,Anderson Motors ____o« Jan. 29 at the Raney farm which K " °- Hardware 46 they have farmed for a number of years. After the sale;they will i i™JV 1 " YI!lr " "-""'ITS move into the Olson house, the A"/™?" ^ glon — 41 £ former Elder residence. < M & M Feeds 37 43 Dick's __„• __________ 32V 2 43Vz Standard ------32 40 ?S ternBank ^ Oil Co 21% ndlvidoal S-n " Mr. McKenna, who had been in ill health for the past year, entered Mercy hospital Thursday and died there Friday afternoon. He is survived by his wife, the former Ida Baessler, and seven children, 25 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters; Joe McKenna of Mitchell, S. D.; Tom Mc- tenna, Katherine McKenna and Mrs. Richard Dunphy of Liver- nore. Mr. end Mrs. Merritt Tunison of California visited from Saturday until Monday in the home of his sister, Mrs. Hattie Miller en- route to Minnesota where they will visit other relatives. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Chet Ogan as hostess. Mrs. Dale n .. „-. Joiner presided at the business £ as " BrocK meeting and plans were discus- J"* Sawyer ^ «pri for the rhirken simnor thpv Dlck Schultz 544 sea tor me cmcKen supper iney i us_u i..,!;.,;.!...! ri...,. will have on Thursday, Feb. 11. ! Hl » h lndlvldual Gam « Mrs. Kenneth Howard gave the Howard Bormann 213 Rich Sawyer 213 Mrs. Henry Monson ";«"«"unoseiwu wi are in Iowa City where Mr. Mon-, Dlck Schultz 203 Sawyers High Team Series 2946 M & M Feeds ___________ 2820 High Team Game Sawyers ____________ : ____ 1024 K. 0. Hardware __________ 1006 Dick's _______ , __________ _ 998 cake supper for their dads Jan. 13 at Joe Skow's and 41 attended. Roger Hiemstra gave a talk on projects; and project estimate sheets were handed out. The basketball schedule was planned. Duane Kunkel is reporter. AUNT IS DEAD The Wm. Hrubes and Mrs Helen Johnson attended the Rosary at Boughton's funeral home in Britt Jan. 17 for his aunt, ! Mrs Michael Malek, 76. The Rrubes and Wilma attended Mrs Malek's funeral Monday at the Duncan Catholic church at 10 o'clock. Burial was at Duncan. 6-week old infant dies at Livermore Livermore — Funeral services son is a medical patient at the University hospital with possible surgery this week. About twenty ladies attended the coffee Tuesday forenoon at the Richard Cran home in honor of their new baby son, Scott Charles. Among those present were the two grandmothers, Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Rose Cran of Humboldt, aunts,, Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. Allari"Sih'-' clair, Mrs. Harold Gronbach, Mrs. Dean Zeman, Mrs. Gordon Foth, Mrs. Leroy Gronbach, Mrs. Duane Saathoff of Dakota City and Mrs. Andrew Cran of Rutland; great aunts, Mrs. John Habenberger. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, several cousins and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman have returned home from Berkley, Calif., where they attended ofu Mr - uand ,. M»- W e . c |> the wedding of their son Ronald P her - who ^ suddenly at uieir and Miss Annie Dana on Jan. home early Monday, Jan. 11 of 2 .They also visited in the home pn p U ™°" ! " of their daughter Barbara, Mr.' and Mrs. Lloyd Cloud and small son, while there. Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus was y^^^s^^s^ !?—». -t? "T 6 ^ by - Jrfode with three tables of cards in L y nne waKs bprn Nov. 29 and is play. Mrs. Lawrence Curran re- }^^# e ?So^?iM?3 £ ceived high and the travel prize 'lowing, one'brother and d sis- i ** rf *""""O * T A1*G Kf*0nrf Q ^ I Ql 11*1 A A \\f\f\f arid Mrs. Paul Jarvis won sec- lers - orenaa, a, u»une, % noa ond high. Lunch was served. Mr. .ana] Mrs. Mickey " and small son of; Boone weekend visitors in the parental Mike Kisch home. .; Wesleyans are home after a Mexico trip Wesley — The George Lick- teigs left Jan. 4 on their Behlen trip to Mexico, which they won through the Taylor Implement Co., Algona. They traveled by jet plane from Des Moines to Mexico City, where three boys dressed as the three wise men met their plane. Their assigned guide, Carlos, then drove them through the •;streets lavishly decorated 'for •the Christmas holidays. Th'cy were then taken to Hotel Reforma where they stayed. The hotels and the restaurants were very neat and prettily decorated WED 40 YEARS The Raymond Hansens will have their 40th wedding Jan. 24 with an open house from 2-5 in the Methodist church. All are welcome to attend. They suest no gifts. re- POSTPONE DINNER St. Joseph's Guild pot luck dinner and membership party scheduled for Jan. 19 has been postponed because of the death of Lawrence Wingert. and served good eats. The Lickteigs visited the for hnt daughter Wm. Stack conducted the services. Burial was in the Union Cemetery with Orville and Gary Christopher, James Gerald Shimon as casket Klein's Radio & TV Repair Shop ADMIRAL RADIO A TV SALES A SERVICE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 LIVERMORE ney, 3, and Tina, 1. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Christopher,!' New ^Virginia, Ibwa, Mrs. Vivi'ah Shimon of Rolfe and a great grandfather Floyd Callins of Rolfe... Mr. Christopher is employed by the Kay Implement Co. shrine of Guadalupe, patron Saint of Mexico. They visited an old Monastery that had been in 1539, and had been burin about 8 feet of mud for 200, years after a big flood. It has been dug out and the Indians use the church. The rest of the Monastery is being saved for history, as are some valu able paintings on the walls. They visited the ancient Py ram ids of the Sun and Moon and the temple of Zuetzalcoatl This city of pyramids was start ed about 200 B. C. by an un known race. The Wesleyans also visitec Cuernavaca where the tempera ture varies only 10 to 14 de grees all year long; then to Aca Wesleyans attending night school at Algona include Vernelda Hansen, Kate Flom. Ruth Aniinson, Myrtle Lease, Joyce || and Jan Becker, Maureen and (Cheryl Harr, Lucy Brabec, Mary Rockwood, Mildred Arndor- ter, Bernice Vitzthum, Mary Weber, Marie Daughan and Viola Studer. - '" Paul, son of the Geo. Goetzes, and Dick, son of the Andrew Reisings, left Tuesday Jan. 19 tor Minneapolis, to visit the former's sister Arlene Goetz, and look for work. Mrs Justine Becker and Joyce visited the Don Redings at St. Joe Sunday. The Lester and the Arvin Larsons attended the Lutheran church in Holmes Sunday where pulpit paraments were dedicated as a memorial for the late Mrs Peter Larson. All were guests of the former's sister, Mrs Carrie Anderson, and brothers, Obed and Orville Larson, Clarion. The Larry Youngwirths had their 500 club Sunday. The Jack Lickteigs and Merle Losses were prize winners. The Everett Ackersons will have the next party. Bob Becker, John Garman and Don Becker, St. Joe, left Friday pulco, where the farm work.in for a trip to Florida, "Play The Game ff Find ill the bargain bone* 5e . 10c < m Then find the bargain in «a$h boy. MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" yyermort AUXILIARY POT LUCK Twenty three members enjoyed the pot luck supper which was held at the Legion hall Monday night in honor of the new members of the Legion Auxiliary who were Ruth Ann fljBerte, Dorothy Foth and Jean- S nette Underberg. The President, Norine B|rpel- ding, presided at the business meeting following the supper. The Secretary, Velma Fuhrmann, read the minutes of the >revious meeting with the Treasurer, Joyce Foth giving the financial report. Patty Gronbach presided at the piano for the singing of the National Anthem and Taps in honor of the war dead. Dorothy Fiderlick was the installing officer for the new members, who were escorted to the front by the Sargeant-at-Arms, Katherine McKenna. The Candle of Justice was lit and its' meaning given by Dorothy Fiderlick, the Candle of Freedom by Velma Fuhrmann, the Candle of Democracy by Jessie Pooch, the Candle of Loyalty by Norine Pr- pelding, and the meaning of the Auxiliary Badge by Ann Renquist. Prayers were given by Leila Jnsko. The supper was under the supervision of Joyce Foth, Por- othy Malkmus, Lucille Groji- bach, Margaret Kisch, Margaret Holmes and Mayme Scott. Cards were the evening's i Don't Fence Yourself In • t . when you get A ban on land! get the freedom you need, „ get a Lend Bank loan, Tne Jon* term and reasonable interest keep payment! lew, SQ you have more money for other need*, You am LAND BANK LOANS • •••wlMMyoucuH Federal Land Bank Assn (South 9f Pennty'i in preferably Mondays and Wednesdays i, Hi HilcMnsi Mgr< Helen Haas, tfrry $ev»rson, Assistant! CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premiums With Gas Purchases at our station. You'll Like Itl VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. BUILDING NEEDS OF ALL KINDS • Lower Prices • MILLER Lumber Go. East State at C. A N.W. Tracks Dial 295-2536 Service + Quality=Progress! LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Equipment • Allis Chalmers • Gehl ' e) New Idea "Sorting Northern Iowa & Southern Minnesota for the oast 26 Years — 1937 to 1963"i BRown 24601 Swea City LINDSAY IN 1959 In 1959 a new business was started in Algona. Located in the old Brown Dairy Building on South Phillips street, as pictuied above. A small three room building where total area for office, shop and storage was less than present office space only now occupies. One service truck and three employees serviced' only two counties. TAYLO' IMPLEMENT t) Behlen Buildings. • Kewanee Discs. • Case Farm Machinery "The Best of Everything" Phone 295-2467 A!gana Mil MMMMK BEN WIBBEN Biilding Contractor All Types Building Cabinet Work *22 South Heckert. Alctona Dial 295-2160 call after 6:00 p.m. GRAIN STORAGE CASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS ; CARGILL, ING. Dale Klsingartner - ' . t Manager ' LINDSAY IN 1965 PRESENT LOCATION, AS SHOWN ABOVE, ON SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET, WITH 5,000 SQUARE FEET OF BUILDING, FIVE SERVICE VEHICLES, 12 EMPLOYEES, AND NOW SERVICING SIX COUNTIES. Yes, Service + Quality DOES Progress! MMMMMMAMMMMtMl TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Kossuth County Advance Algona LINDSAY LINDSAY SOFT WATER 520 So. Phillips St. 295-3755 MOVING • STORAGE ORATING We Move Household Good* Anywhere — Fully Insured Furniture & Machinery Storage In Clean, Modern Warehouse POST Moving r V91 Storage Dial 295-2275 READY MIX CONCRETE ~ >v ' v Saves Money Saves Time Poes a Better Job PHONE ALGONA, IOWA COWAN CORP. (Formerly Ready Mix & Lumber Co.) Iowa State Bank Algeria's Home-owned Bank t Member of FDIC § Member of Federal Reserve System Lindsay Soil Water OF ALGONA "4 CgmphN ¥»t«r-C9ndi»ion! n » Scrvlct" ^INPJAY tcnUU, $*)** UNDSAY D««*l4*!>fj»[ I H«v«'4 MlU«r< twin KM*

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