Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 14
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10 • 20 • 30 Years wftt travel the Gulf foute td tldrida and pdislbiy tti> ttie east cdMt etirdtite home, They will be away a month or more. Mr. and Mr*. Lowell Samp took the former's mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredsott, to Sioux City Sunday, where she will s P en d two weeks or more with her daughter, Mrs. William Bradbury, the former Helen Samp. Mr, and Mr*. H. M. Hauberg expect to leave sometime this week for their annual winter vacation, and instead of California, are going this;time, to Florida, though they '.• have no im. ._ j. _, . . mediate location picked. They The Perry Gas Co. announced w ill be accompanied by Mrs. Monday that the firm's name has Hauberg's sister, Gladys Ma- A weekly feature of by-gone days. By Erma Lea Deim January 18, 1955 been changed to the North Central Public Service Co., effective immediately. Valeria Butts/ Whose marriage to Warren Nelson will take place Jan. 23, was given a miscellaneous shower by Mesdames Alfred, Schultz. Armin and Wesley Mrs. Wm. Dau Jr. and children visited last week with relatives near Kansas City, and on Friday her husband drove down to get them. The J. B. Asas left Friday morning for a trip south, accompanying the latter's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz, Titonka. From McAllen, Texas, they plan to take a tour to Mexico City. They Got den wed ding "BRICKis^ our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA hana, Davenport. At present the service cart is run two days a week by St. Ann hospital auxiliary members. Volunteers who have served as regulars during the past year are Helen Dingley, Mesdames T. C Hutchinson, E. C. McMahon, Eugene Cook, D. C. Hutchison, D. E. Dewel, John Hayes, Andy Johnson, Harry Greenberg, Frank Moulton, Bob Williams, Jack Chrischilles, and Jim Milder. Mrs. N. J. Kelley has been chairman since the beginning of the project. January 16, 1945 A benefit public dance will be given next week Friday evening t the P. W. .Camp's theatre, which has a new dance floor, nd the proceeds will be divid- d 50-50 between the national nfantile paralysis organization nd the county association, of which Mrs. Eva Willie is chairman. T. H. Chrischilles and H. M. Ryke and Debbie were recent guests of Amanda and Alton Mitsveh. The Richard Bakkefis had a short vacation south when they drove to Memphis, Tenn. last week to visit Mr. Bakken's sister LaVonne, the Harry Liver- seiges. They were gone five days. The Mandius Hansons have gone with the Kenneth Teeters, Whittemore, to Farmington, New Mexico, to visit the James Blum- crs. Mrs. Teeter is the former Clara Hanson and Mrs. Blumer is the former Arlene Hanson. The Bode fire department an nual holiday party was held Jan. 10 at Kroff's cafe. Mrs. Gerald Christiansen and Chas. Thatcher Avon door prizes. New members are the Richard Mathesons, Roger Rognveds and Mrs. Allan Sickmeier. This is your life was done for Walter Bakken who retired after 19 years. Slid es of former Christmas parties and fires of several years were Buft Methodist, church. Ivybeen visiting a daughter in Mis- shown. They bingo. played traveling Shower for Judith Abbas held at Burt MR. AND MRS. Joe Faber, Rodman, will be honored at an open house Sunday, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in St. Michael's hall. Whittemore, in observnace of their golden wedding. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hosts for the occasion will be their daughter and son-in-law, the Shirley Dotys, West Bend. Duane, who was celebrating his 9th birthday. Guests were Don- ald and Kenneth Asa, Paul and unday on a buying trip for the Robert Lemkee, Wade Black, Chrischilles store. They will re- Howard Hedrick; Arthur Meier, DOES SINUS CONGESTION . . . keep you awnko at night? Make you fuul miserable all day? Then you want relief and want it fast! And that's just what you get when you take SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant Tablets. 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Bertha Godfrey, Helen Comfort, Hattie Wilson, and Esther Quimby entertained eight guests for dinner at the Godfrey home Friday night. Mrs. H. R. Cowan entertained the O N 0 Club Friday evening. The United Service Women will meet at the high school building Monday, and the program will be in charge of Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Wonien who have sons, husbands, or brothers in service are welcome to attend any meeting and become members. Sen. Duane E. Dewel and Rep. Edw. Capesius came home from the legislature for the weekend. Senator Dewel's committees are agriculture, .appropriations, conservation, banks and building and loan, aeronautics, insurance, railroads, and printing. Representative Capesius had not yet received his assignments. January 17, 1935 The Baptist women will serve a 35q-25c public chicken pie supper at the church beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday, On page four of the Advance was a Chrischilles & Herbst advertisement and in a panel there was a real sample of the goods advertised for sale. So far as known here, this was the first time such a stunt has ever been tried in a weekly newspaper. Mrs. Douglas Riley, Irvington Fred Hudson. Ronald Spurgeon, and Wayne Schichtl. The boys played games and refreshments were served. Duane received numerous gifts. Shower for recent bride given at Bode Bode — A miscellaneous show- Eight high school students er was given for Mrs. John Pe- were taken to Ft. Dodge Satur- derson (nee Cora McKay) at the day morning for an inter-school Lutheran church parlors in Bode debate in which eight north ^ . Iowa schools were represented, - n « r! »««»y- There were four Algona teams Hostesses were: Mrs. Robert of two puoils each: Harry Green- Bakken. Mrs. Harold Berfe, Mrs. berg and Bob Dewel; John Chris- Harry Dasen, Mrs. Art Hanson, Burt — A miscellaneous shower for Judith Abbas was held Saturday, Jan. 16 at the Burt Methodist church. The nrogram chairman was Lillian Lavrenz. A reading was given bv Janice Trunkhill. music by Joan Gifford, reading by Velma Lavrenz, games by Lillian Lavrenz. Assisting with gifts were M^rcia Strange, Janice Abbas. Pat Hoover, Ann T avren/ and Joyce Miller. Mrs. Rav Miller uonred and Gwvnet.h Teeter had the guest book. Hostesses were Mesdames Earl Shinier, Marcia Strange, Wallace Hawcott. Melvin Johnson, Kenneth Cook, A. C. Hinckley, Richard Trunkhill, Jack Trunkhill. Bert Wermers, Lu Hoover. Chas. Lappe. Bill Larson, M. I. Lichter, A. L. Rasmussen, Glen Teeter. Alvin Baumgard. Harold Presthns Larry Bunkofske, C. W. Heerdt. )ovle McFarland. Mike Long, M. Simmons announced the program. Group, singing was led by Uowena liyerson. Frank Ryerson showed the film And on the Eighth Day, which tells the story )f the work of the Methodist hurch and of the people served hrough money given for World ervice. BACK FROM SOUTH The Chipman families rcturn- d Sunday after two weeks to Manama and Florida. The C. B. Jhipmans visited the Russell Jhipmans in Montgomery, Ala., and took a two day trio to Mobile, Pensacola, along the Gulf coast. Richard Chipman attended the presidents club Bankers Life assoc. convention at Rocn Raton on the east coast of Flori da. Dr. W. C. Taylor, Rust Col-' lege, will talk at both Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches Feb. 7. I An oyster supner was held Sunday at the Carl Reynold's and guests were the Sylvester Robinsons, Bancroft and War-! ner Strueckers, Algona. | District Governor Miles Slon- ! , iker. Algona. was sneaker at Burt Lions club regular meeting Jan. 18 at Legion hall. The Richard Presthuses. Algona. soent the weekend at the parental Ralnh Johnston's. Mrs. Bob Harvey. Swea City. souri and Ed Abbas family in forest City, went to Huron, S. D. Monday to visit her daughter Mrs. Mike Smidt. Guests of Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf Tan. 17 were the John Scotts, Thompson and Marie Grover, Algona. The John Scotts, Thompson, visited Saturday at Homer Sabin's. Mrs. Scott attended the shower for Judith Abbas. Roberta and Sandra Zwiefel were over night guests Tuesday of their grandmother Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Mrs. L. H. Riedel is a patient at University hospital in Iowa City. ALG6NA (Iowa) ADVANCE"THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1965 IWIRING Connected or Corrected ; ; UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT' Phone 295-2223 "Gee.... I wish I had used a Checking Account" has been seriously ill in a Fairmont hospital but was better Saturday. George Becker was in Minne- aoolis seevral days attending the Northwestern Lumberman's convention representing the Ashton Wholesale Service. Mrs. Clifford Pannkuk and son returned from Iowa Citv Jan. 14. j He had a check-uo on his eves. ; Fidelis Class will meet ,T°n. 27 with Lefie McMullen and F.t- ta Holdren. The program is by Lorena Roark. Guests Jan. 17 of Lnr^nn Roark and Dillman Schwietert were Helen and John Schwietert and Jane Barslow for Helen's birthday. Guests Sunday at Lottie T<;qn- berger's were the Walter Klamps and Anna Presthns. Weekend guests at To know that your money is safe and that you have a permanent record for tax purposes and receipt for money spent is only good business . . . OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT TODAY! is yl^l OWA STATE BANK i! tensen and Walter Beardslev; Mrs. Harlan Harris, Mrs. Hilda and Stanlev Audrey Rucker and Frieda Harris. Mrs. Bernice Bjqrdal, Paetz: Erma Lea Deal and Glen- Mrs. Gerald Christiansen. Mrs. dora Burbank. The debates were Evelyn Metsven. Mrs. Richard on the question of the federal Matheson^Mrs.,Erjxest Pftderson, government providing aid "for "Mrs.'Magnus Ro'ghved. Mrs.'Rothe public schools. ger Roenved, Mrs. Merle Sorlien, The C. R. LaBarres entertain- Mrs. Maynard Torcerson. ed a few friends Friday evening.' Sharon Holthaus had the guest Guests were Messrs, and Mes- book. Mrs. Merle Sorlien was dames H. R. Cowan. G. S. Bu- dining room hostess. Mrs. Don chanan, B. E. Deal, A. L. Long, |Aure sane several numbers ac- and T. T. Herbst. The Herbsts won the family prize. Mesdames V. V. Naudain, Maurice Bartholomew, and Jeanette McMurray attended a county Legion auxiliary meeting at Wesley Tuesday. Mrs. McMurray is county chaplain. companied bv Mrs. David Engel. Mrs. Harry Dasen read several articles. Mrs. Harlan Harris. Janice B.iordal and Rosalind Pederson assisted in ooening gifts. Mrs. Gerald Christiansen poured at the buffet table. COUPLE MARRIED Sheryl Kav Wright, Humboldt, and David M. Torperson, Bode were married New Year's day at 4 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Fort Dodge. Dr. Ramsey officiating. Attendants were the Don Cruikshanks, Fort Arthur Hix of Sexton took his Dodge. An informal reception mother Mrs George Hix of Doan was held in their home. Pvt Sid Mrs Victor Fitch, to Ro- Torgerson^ returned to Fort Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch ALGONA Member of Federal Reserve System and F.D.I.C. Judith, daughter of the Clifford Abbas- es, Cross Lake, Minn., will marry Thomas, son of the David Keslers Remer. Minn., Feb. 14, a.f'2 D.rrtf'at'ttie Lutheran'ch'nrch Remer, Minn. They will live iji California. He is in the navy aboard the U.S.S. Columbus Steward's inclnded thn Clifford Abbases. Judith and .Tan'fp. Cross Lake. Minn., the Ray Millers, Darrell and Joycfi. Ringsted, and Mrs. Florence Biebv. Mrs. Florence Bagby, who has i Chester Monday where Mrs Hix went for a checkup. They returned home Wednesday afternoon, Leonard, Mo. Sunday. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS The Bode Women's club met with Mrs, Art Hamne Jan. 15. ., . . ~ •. « r «i TIT wiui iviia. .MIL raaiJi'-TO tJeiii. A,I. Mrs Axel Carlson, Mrs P. W. pessert ]nncheon was served at Marlow and Mrs Howard Sparks,,. 30 by tne hostess assistftd by met Tuesday afternoon in «w MrSi T _ M _ Aure ., Robert Baker, home of Mrs Harold Becker to make out the Portland Progress club books. Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyer, Allan and Joel, were supper guests in the Howard Sparks entertained in honor of her son, home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Tony Ites and soil Ronald of Iowa Falls were guests Humboldt attorney, talked on wills. Mrs. Engel had the inspiration news. Justin Torgerson was taken to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, as a BLUEBIRDS MEET Burt Bluebirds met Jan. 9. New officers took charge. The suggested dates for Father's Nieht in Feb. 6 or Feb. 20. Committees are: invitation, Cindy Faber and Marilyn Cherhnd; gift, Marcia Soderberg and Judv Cherland; entertainment. Judv and Janet Cherland, Jean Lynch, Kathleen Patterson. Talks were given by Marilyn Person and Cindy Patterson, and a demonstration bv Arlene Coadv and Marilyn Cherland. Lunch was served by Sharon Tigges and her mother. Reporter is Marilyn Cherland. FELLOWSHIP NIGHT There was a good attendance at Fellowship night Jan. 17 at THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors by ambulance Saturday medical patient, Neighbors brought a pot luck n the Jesse Harms home Sun- lunch to the Sam Thorsland's day. i Sunday for their 47th wedding Tom Trenary has not beenj The Glen Schulzes went to 'eeling well the past week. Ames Sunday for church with Mr and Mrs S. R, Parsons re- their son Kent, and then left for urned home last Thursday, Jan. California for several weeks vis- ?, after spending over three it with their other two sons, weeks in Frankfurt, Germany, 1 Mrs. Hannah Gunderson and where they visited their (laugh- Mrs. Etta Underberg are hospital ter Barbara and son-inrlaw, who patients for tests. have been stationed in Germa- The Percy Watnems, Ottosen, ny. They also went to Enden, Lewis Pippels, Belmond. John Germany where they visited Guggistergs and Mrs. Kathy De-1 Mrs Parson's father's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Martin Barghorn and family. Christmas eve and Christmas day. Enden is about 300 miles from Frankfurt. Mr and Mrs Parsons left at 1:15 p.m. and were in their home at Burt at midnight, com- ! ing from Frankfurt tq Chicago by jet, non stop and from Chicago to D.es Moines, where they were met by their son Russell and Harold Framba.cn. Mr and Mrs John Jennings of Sexton stayed in the Parsons home and did the chores while they were gone. ' It's your right to know — our duty to inform. For you as for us, truth must remain the wea* p,on of democracy. RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RIN6STEO PHONiS: 21007 — 21006 — 60406 CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT flNO EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating § Fift Service f Competitive Rate; f Dependable FUNK Plumbing & Heating tttttt*ttttttttttttttttttttt*ttt*ttttft*tttttttt OTICE TO CAR OWNERS 1965 Car Licenses Must Be Purchased Before Feb. 1,1965, to Avoid Penalty License fees become delinquent after January 31. After that date a penalty of 5 per cent, with a minimum of one dollar ($1.00) will be added each month until licensed. Please bring in your last registration certificate when applying for new license - this means all motor vehicles including trailers. SPECIAL NOTE — If your car isn't on record in this county, see that it is done -' promptly by writing to the county of record to have it transferred. A license oannot be issued to you in this county until your car is on record here. ALL TRAILERS Must be licensed each year — at the County Treasurer's Office. NO FREE TRAILER LICENSES. Wagon Box Trailer used by farmers for own use—$5.00. Trailer with gross weight of 1,000 —$3.00. Trailer with gross weight of 2,000 Ibs.—$10.00. All trailer licenses will be delinquent that are not licensed by Feb. 1st. STORAGE Owners wishing to store their cars or trucks for 1965 may do so before February 1, 1965, thereby avoiding penalty if they wish to obtain a license later in the year. Cars in storage before or during the year 1964 are still in storage unless otherwise taken care of. Plates must be turned in to the treasurer's office while car is in storage. JUNKING In order to junk a car, both the license plate and registration certificate, also title, must be turned in to the County Treasurer's office, together with a statement or affidavit for junking. TRUCKS Truck licenses will be issued on the gross weight — that is, the combined weight of the truck itself plus the weight of the load. 3 TQM 5 25.00 5TON - * ^-OO 6 TON * 7 <M» 7 TON * 95 -°° 8 TON $120.00 Rosella Voigt TREASURER OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA

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