Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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Brothers, of Whittemore, are overseas Whitt«mer« — Mike French cartife Thursday tor a few days at Prank Foley's oti leave from the air force. The Folevs took .him to Fort t>ode;e Tuesday wWfi he caiieht s *1a«o for McGUir* 1 air hasp in N°w .farsov. from where he 1»ft. Wednesday for Gnrnintw. M'ko'? hrotVr John is serving in Scotland Tho bovs ar» olnnnin? a brotherly get-together in Germany. mantis, Mrs. Irene Bormann, SI. Joe, the Pat fiormafins, Louis Kollasches, Clem Kollasches and C. R. Kollasches. Cards were tdayed With Clem Kollasch and Mrs. Pat fiormann winners. ATTEND FUNERAL Hie Oarmon Adamses attended the funeral at Humboldt last Wednesdav afternoon for his cousin, Maior Marvi*i Adams. Maior Adams was killed in a tilane crash Jan. 13 at Mannheim. G°rf*iafiy. tvhpfR ho was stationed with the U. S. air force. NAMPO HdMEMAKF* Linda Adams. d9UpMf>r of the Garnion Adam^s. hn«s hppti naf-n- at Emmetsburg Sunday. t Hie County Legioh Auxiliary I Will meet in the Legion hall in Whittemore Feb. 9. Mrs. Joe Wollner and Jean, Bancroft, spent Monday with the former's parents, the George Genglers. Barbara Greinert, Des Moines, was a weekend guest of her nar- ents, the ftdwin Greinerts. Other Sunday guests were the felanchard Tuesday. for Arizona bride at Lone Rock Lene Rock — A miscellaneous shower was held Jan. 26 at the Legion hall for Mrs. "Butch" Pettit. Phoenix, Ariz. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Mrs. Jim Tong, Mrs. Art Zumach, . ... 'Mrs. Roland Baxter. Mrs. Walter,the Legion hall Thursday. The 11. Bancroft, and Wayne Nymans. The Lester Johnsons, Algona, Dennis Schmidt's, Sigourney. Callers at Jim Long's Thurs- visited her sister Mrs. Maude day for Mrs. Long's birthday ivverc Mrs. Maude Blanchard, SUDDENLY The Jim Gutter's pf funeral o<" Russell P. 71. Sat.nrHov at 10 a m. in ft John's Catholic church. Burial was in St. John's cpwf^v. Mr. Sannd^rs beponiR ill Tuesday and died earlv WoH«nc;Hav '« T^utheran hosoital. Ft noHwp.. He is survived bv his wK« t.hp former Alice Oliver Oirv here, three sisters and two brothers. w*r> is YPAP* The Arnold KoHacches rpo«>nt- lv bad their Iftth wedding. Guests were the Clarence Bor- Febrs. West Bend, And Mrs. Mathilda Greinert. Mrs. Josephine Knpfht cawn Sunday from films, where she Dacken. Mrs. John Person, Mrs. ! next party will be Feb. spent sine* Christmas at her ^ ed Schmidt. Mrs. Arno Jilhl. Everyone is welcome. The Darret Longs and Tracy, Mrs. Ruth Knteger, Mrs. Mary Bettendorf, were weekend guests , Genrich, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit at the home of her parents, the | Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs' George Kissners. The Lorenz Geitzenauers, Robert Schmidts, Andrew Thomsons, Ralph Bierstedts, Ray Laabses, Dclinar Fischers and Fritz New- broughs attended a convention at Des Moines last week. Ten tables of 500 played at son, Arnold's. I Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Mrs. Rob- Mrs. A. A. Krueeer had a of Tomorrow bv scorin? highest in a written tf evaminaHon taken by senior girls Dec. 1. J^an Gengler. Ott'tmwa. Heights «-rt Hanna, Mrs. Erich Seege- : college, was a weekend guest at ™™, Mrs. Glenn Householder, me | Mrs. Leo Rarrws. Mrs. Ben Dennis Farreli at barter Schmidt. Mrs. Ralph Reidel. school in Cedar Pan'ds, was a M , rs - Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. Rev. Louis Kollnsch. Ft. was a puest SaturHav mother. Mrs. G n rtruHo The Harlev Wills. Kansas r.itv. were wepkend guests at Frank Fred Heltnke is a surreal patient in St. Ann hosnital. Shervl Grimm pnt.pred the hosoital at F.mmet.sbnrq Saturday as a medical nat.ipnt. Barrv Ostwald. 12. son of the Deb Ostwalds. had an annenHi- citis operation in the hospital weekend guest at home. Rosalie Hyink and Linda M«v- er, LaJames Beautv school. M*son City, were weekend guests of their narents. John Nurre. emoloyed in Nora Springs, spent the weekend at ionic. Dennis Elbert, lab technician in St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, spent the weekend at Clarenre Kraft. Mrs. L. Rath, Mrs. Ellwyn Householder. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Hildretli Pettit. Mrs. Tony Kahler. Mrs Ernest Frieden. Mrs. Garrvl birthday group Friday for Mrs. Roy Jnnsen's birthday. Guests were Mrs. Rov Jensen. Mrs. Ro- eor Jnnsen, Miss Tnna Jensen. Mrs. Frank Flaig. Mrs. Mil ford Mitchell. Mrs. Willis Cotton. Mrs. E. A. Lee and Mrs. Erich Seege- barth. Fritz Newbrough was at the | grain dealer's convention find Mae Quinn, Mrs. Frank Flaig. Mrs. Rose Kraft, Miss Neva Thompson. Mrs. Willard Thomn- son, Mrs. Jerry Wibben and Debbie and Denise Ramtis, Mrs. Roger Long and Durwin. Lee Person went to Winnc- bago, Monday for an extended visit with his daughter, the Milo Bonebrakos. The Larry Paulsons have their 3rd son born Jan. 28 at Holy Family hospital at Esthorvilln. 6 Ibs. 7 oz., named .Too Robert Mr. Paulson is the high school math teacher and girl's basketball coach at Sentral. The E. A. Lees, Mclvin Meyer, Swea City, and Arnold Mey n rs. Algona, went to Iowa Citv Sunday. The Lees went to visit their daughter, the Raymond N<\s- AL60NA THURSDAY, PEB. 4, 1965 died that morning about 4:30. U.P.W. will meet this Thursday at the church parlors with Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Sylvester Brace hostesses. ADVANCE-? C-N COLLEGE TatlR Richard Jongewaard, son of the Robert Jongewaards, Wes- Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! ley, is among the 130 Students from Wheaton College (lllinoisj on concert tours scheduled by the College Conservatory of Music. He is a freshman and a mem' ber of the Men's glee club. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID eirculatiortl "IT'S AGREED THEN — WE'LL DO IT MY WAY!" Must be the Boss . . . The boss doesn't know everything and insurance for any good sized business needs the service of a trained expert for sensible insurance protection, We at Bohannon Insurance are proud of our reliable and expert service. Householder, Evelyn Earing, i was one of 24 in the graduating j wolds, and the Meyers were to VTrs. Frank Dreyer and Mrs.'class of the management school | visit Mrs. Henry Schultz. Whit- home. The Earl Steiers and Ralph Bauers left Friday for a week at Las Vegas, Nev. Irene Alig went to Estherville Sunday for a few days at Leland Alig's. Sunday visitors at Bill Bauer's were the John Mosbachs, Ralph Genglers, and Wm. Degens. The Theo. Bierstedts spent Wednesday at Max Wilcox's, Emmetsburg, and were also guests at Art Bleckwenn's. The Verne Bormanns moved |ito the James B. Geelan farm Saturday which was vacated by the Henry Laucks Sr. John Van Hise was released Thursday from St. Ann hospital BOHANNON INSURAN Herschel Hartman. BAPTIZED AT ALGONA Daniel Dean, son of the Roger Radigs was baotized Sunday bv Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's church, Al^ona. Snonsors were the Leo Lalliers. Ventura. Mrs. Lallier is Mrs. Radig's sis- 1 ter. Thev were all guests of Mrs. Radig's parents, the Earl Bowmans, Algona. also the Leo Lallier's daughters and Mrs. Radig's grandmother. Mrs Eliza Angle. Algona. Afternoon guest was Mrs. Sarah Lallier, Algona. last Monday. The Fritz Newbroughs snent Wednesday night at her brother, temore, patient at the university hospital. When they got there they learned Mrs. Schultz had CALL... FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Fast Service (Competitive Rates Dependable " FUNK Plumbing & Heating! [ South Dodge Algona J • PASTORS TO TRADE There will be an exchange of pulpits Sunday with Pastor Preul going to the Presbvteria.n churrh at Burt and Pastor Bruce Calbreath, Burt, coming to th<? Presbyterian church to install of- and is recuperating at Jim But-1 ficers and ordain Clair Bellinger ler's. as an elder. Wm. Gade is recuperating at home after being released from ENTERS BIBLE SCHOOL St. Ann hospital Friday. | Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Ker- The Elmer Elberts had the . mit went to Minneaoolis Monday Neighborhood card club Tues-'and were guests at Pastor Ben- day. |iamin Meyer's. Kermit enrolled The Lester Baases had their, in the St. Paul Bible College for card club Sunday. Wm. Meyer II, Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Lawrence Meyer, Mrs. Alfred Meyer, and the Wilbur Roebers won prizes. The Milo Kollasches, Algona, were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Mae Elbert, and were supper guests of his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch. The Eddie Maahs recently moved from Lake City to Iowa City where he entered the university Tuesday. the second semester. Mrs. Krueger returned home Tuesday. The Chfit Almes, Ottosen. were Monday callers with her mother. Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mrs. Merwin Marlow returned Thursday after 13 days in the Estherville hosoital. following surgery. Her sister, Mrs. Faber Dugan, Humboldt. came to stay a few days. Callers were the 1 George Kissners, Frank Bauers, -« •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I There is no substitute for PAID Circulation People carefully read and heed periodicals for which they pay out their money make no mistake about it — THE . . . ALqena Ho.iuth Has the LARGEST PAID CIRCULATION of any Newspaper within a radius of 40 miles Th* Kessuth County Advance hi; not only the LARGEST TOTAL CIRCULATION of any newspaper within 40 miles of Algona, but it has the largest PAID CIRCULATION — by many hynclrfdf of pipers. More and more Algpn* merchants are finding the early Monday Advance and tht weekend Thursday Advance an unbeatable combination to get across their sale; messages. They know the Advance if § progreffivi newfpaper — § paper that is constantly gaining more and mart *ub*crib«r* becayse it serves mere and more pe<?pl«. The semi weekly Advance has the largest circulation of any weekly in the State of Iowa. Subscribers get more APVf RTISING — mort NEWS — more PICTURES — in the Advance every week. "DON'T SETTLE FOR §E CONQ PiST — GET THE §EST RESULTS BY USING THE ADVANCE" -* t ALVIN H. ERPELDING Since my farm is sold and I am moving out of the state, I will sell the following described property at the farm at the south edge of St. Joe, or 11 miles south of Algona on highway 169; or 13 miles north of Humboldt on highway 169; or seven miles west of LuVerne on ... MONDAY. FEBRUARY SALE BEGINS AT 1 P.M. - FARM MACHINERY 1963 FORD 6000 DIESEL TRACTOR 500 hrs., wide front, power steering, power brakes, power wheels, select-o-speed trans. Dual range P. T. O., ground speed P. T. O., rear wheel weights, front end weights. Here is a tractor like new. 1—1963 Ford Mounted Plow, 4-16" 1—Ford side Rake, 8 ft., 3-point hitch 1—Allis-Chalmers WD 45, with power steering, power pak, wide front, heat houser, A-l 1—Allis-Chalmers 4 row Cultivator 1—1962 MM, wheel type Tandem Disc, 18" blades, greaseless bearings 1—1958 Kelly-Ryan Elevator, 54 ft., PTO 1_1954 Massey Harris Tractor Spreader 1—3 section Rotary hoe, 3-point hitch 1—IHC End Gate Seeder 1963 GRAIN-0-VATOR 25 DS SERIES Tandem wheels, 155 bu., 14 ft. boom auger, will reach 22 ft. bin. Like New. 1—1957 Grain-0-Vator model 30 1—S & H unloading wagon PTO on Case running gear 1—New Idea 628 running gear with hoist, and wood flare box 1_8 ft. x 14 ft. flat rack - TRUCK - 1—1959 G.M.C, 300, with new 8 x 14 ft. Grain Box. Engine just overhauled with less than 1500 miles. MMIMAfl IfMM NEAR NEW - HOG EQUIPMENT 2 BUTLER BUIK-O-MATIC TANKS WITH ELECTRIC MOTOR, 6 Ion *iie, used little! /—Utility Hog Feeders, 60 bu. 1—Big Husky Hog Feeder, 60. bu. 4—Utility Pig Starter Feeder 1—Peters Water Tank 1—Loading Chute on rubber 1—Auger and motor, 4", 10 ft. 9 No Property Removed Until Settled For -HAY- Some Oat Hay Some Alfalfa and Orchard grass - MISCELLANEOUS - 2—14 ft, Feed Bunks 300 gal. storage tank for liquid fertilizer 1-2-way Hydraulic Cylinder 1—3-point hitch fpr Allis-Chalmers 45 or D-17 0 Not Responsible For Accidents ALVIN H. ERPELDING OWNER KLEVf * YUNGEBERG, AUCTIONEERS "RED" MADSEN, CLERK

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