Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1965 · Page 8
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t-^AL6ONA (lewi) ADVANCE m. ,, mi Ladies night at St. Joe held last Thursday St. Joe — K of C met Wednesday evening following the Rosary. Lunch committee was Ralph Bormann, Donald Bormann, Peter Reding and David McGuirc. 'Jhe K. C. Ladies night was held Thursday with a 6:30 p.m. pancake and sausage supper. l j ancake committee was Milford Plathe, chairman, with Richard Kohlhaas, Marvin Reding, Sylvester Wagner and John Capesius; Raymond Kohlhaas, charge of coffee; sausage committee, Tom Bormann, chairman, with Wilfred Schneider, Win. Erpelding and Bernard Streit; waiters, irvin Mertz, chairman, with Herbert Bormann, Kenneth G. Bormann, James Hilbcrt, Eugene Mertz and Bernard Thilges. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Jan. 31 lor Tom Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, St. Joseph's parish, and Phylhs Dimond, daughter of Mrs. Marie Dimond, St. Cecelia's parish, Algona. The wedding will take place Feb. 20 in St. Cecelia's, Algona. iilillllllWHIIIIIli1lll1li!IIB!9liffl*ll DANNY eiLLIFRItZ USS America (CVA-66) (Kin*-, NC) Jan. 8 — Airman Appren-j lice Danny L. Elllfrtte. USN,; son of Mr' and Mrs B. B. Elli-j fritz of LuVorne, Iowa, is a Otto»«n Named "Miss' at Sno-Ball, Eagle Grove was also chosen Miss Future Eleanor Movtck, member of the commissioning daughter of the I. E. Movick's, crew aboard (lie Navy's; newest ;W as^chosen Miss Business Execu- attack aircraft carrier, the USS America, operating out of Ports mouth, Va. C.D.A. WILL MEET C.D. of A. will meet Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. with grand regent Mrs. N. J. Weydert presiding. In charge of lunch and social hour will be' bert Dcitering, Dan McGec, L. Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Daryl !J - Nommors, Glen Dowing and Baker, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. | Tom Cogley. Burial was in the Clarence Hermann, Mrs. John st - John's cemetery. RAYMOND JOHNSON Treynor — I'vl. Raymond L. Johnson, 18, son of Mrs Pearline Johnson, Wesley, Iowa, was assigned to Battery A of the 43d Artillery's 6th Missile Battalion, a Nike-Hercules missile unit, in Treynor, Iowa, Jan. 27. It provides air defense in the Omaha area. Johnson, a fire control operator, entered the Army in November 1904 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Wesley high school. Russ Saunders, ex-Bancroft, dies Jan. 27 Bancroft — Russell Saunders, a former Bancroft man, died at Kt. Dodge Wednesday, Jan. 27. He was 71 years old and died after a short illness. Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 30, in St. John's Catholic church with Rev. Msgr. J. 1-1. Schultes officiating. Pallbearers were Vern Austin, Al- Hilbert and Mrs. E. J. Gales. The Ed McGuires left Saturday for several week's winter vacation. Janet Reding entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday and had a tonsillectomy Monday morning. Jim Erpelding, son of the Francis Erpeldings, Francis Kenne, son of the Ralph Kennes, students at Loras, Dubuque, spent several days mid-semester vacation at home. Betty Wagner left Saturday for Colorado Springs, Colo., where she is employed at Holly Sugar Inc. office. Mrs. Adeline Wagner returned Friday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital where she had been a surgical patient a week. He is survived by his wife, three sisters and two brothers. They are Mrs. W. J. Welp, Ft. Dodge; Mrs. A. J. Rammer, Windom, Minn.; Mrs. Art Cogley, Pocahontas; Gordon, Dubuque; and Frank, Cedar Rapids. He had been employed as desk clerk at the Hotel Ft. Dodger at Ft. Dodge for the past several FIVE GENERATIONS — 93 year old Mrs, Margaret Bright of Cumberland and now living in Winterset, was the oldest member of a five generation family gathering there. Her daughter, tivc at the amial Sno-Ball at the Eagle Grove Junior college recently. Linda Johnson, Thor, Teacher. Linda is the of the Haf old N. Johnsons, Mrs. Johnson is the former 1% tricia Coyle who was raised in this community. STATE GROUP VICE Eugene and Ralph StruthcfS attended the annual lamb- feeders meeting at bes Moines Sa* turday, Jan. 30. Eugene Sttuth- ers was elected vice president of the Iowa Lamb Feeders. A 6 Ib. 14 oz. daughter Colleen Teresa was born Jan. 23 to the Donald Kemnas, Chicago. The Ed Kemfias are the grandpaf* ents. Mrs. Kemttft spent last week at the fiohald Kemfia home at Chicago. The fijofne Oppedahls, Ft Dodge, and Rnut Oppidahls, were a week ago Sunday guests at Oscar Oppedahl's. The Paul Berninghouses,, Ft. Dodge, were a week ago Sunday visitors at Antone Speich's, James • Struthets visited a week ago Sunday at Bill Willett's, Wallingford. •terry Kinseth and tJenise, Em* metsbuf g, were a week ago Sat* ufday callers at Olivef Kin* seth's. LdterToTlnEttor Dear Editor: The members of the Wesley Evangelical Free church express their gratitude to you for providing a "Church Page" in youf to the business men who spon-ip«ikef Monday, Feb. 8 it the sot this page. May the Various aspects that this page fepte* Befits, bring praise unto ottf Lord and Saviour, Anna Flom Church Secretary Niton Cilf man tpMkir Monday al Swea Oily PTA Swat City — Dr. Dan Ander- Swea City Patent-Teachers meet- paper. Please extend our thanks son, Mason City will be guest Anderson is director of the North Iowa Mental Health Center at Mason City and will speak on Mental Health. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. proceeded by room visita* tions beginning at 7:30 p.m. All persons of the community are urged to attend this meeting as it is a subject of importance to all. Printing? Call th. ADVANCE! i Mrs. Glen Conklin of Winterset, | \* her son, Wayne Staley of Win-1 jjl terset, his son, Jim Staley of i ^ DCS Moines and his daughter, V baby Cinda Staley who is two. ^ months old completed the family' "picture. Offer Ends Saturday /CLEANING 1 OFFER! SEND U S 6 GARMENTS 4 2 PAY FOR GET FREE SEND U S GARMENTS PAY FOR GET FREE AC! NOW! This bulk-rote drycleoning offer is our way of saying "Thanks" to you for your patronage. Now is the time to round up oil those items you've wanted to send and get every third garment cleaned FREE!* Nothing's been changed bqt the price. The same quality cleaning, finishing qnd care prevails. So don't delay . . . send your order today! * Leas] ciperivvs garment in afdfn ii the lux arm- All ><_iits avmkVrcO'ai one gonrwnt. Algona Cleaners & Launderers PHONE 5-3260 WA^ Nine Homes in the $ 9,000 to $ 20,000 Price Range Awaiting Your Inspection listed with the Seeley Realty GO, of Algona— All of these nine Algona homes have been listed with the Seeley Realty Co. and are awaiting your inspection. Thoy are priced AS low at $9,000 up to $20,000. Down payments from $1500 to $3000 — Monthly payment from $63 to $109. More homes being listed all the time — see the salesmen listed below for full details. : .' . " i, 216 W. Kennedy A very attractive ranch type home — large, bright and cheerful living room with fireplace. Two exceptionally large • bedrooms, one carpeted. Nice kitchen with dining space, double garage, extra lot. Fine view of river. 415 E. Oak A.well built modern home with garage in Algona. Three large bedrooms, 2 down, carpeted, (18x24, 12x14) and one up. Tiled bath on first floor. Full partitioned basement, glaze tile walls with plenty of space for additional bedrooms or recreation room. Has stool and shower. Nicely landscaped and fenced. 419 N.Jones A comfortable home with solid construction. Three nice bedrooms, living room and kitchen. Large dining room. Oak floors and trim throughout. Hot water htat. Separate garage. • \ 502 N. Roan A new spacious 3 bedroom home. All rooms on one floor. Large kitchen, dining room, living room (13x25), carpeting in living room and hallway to bedrooms. Tiled baih with shower, Sliding door closets in bedrooms. Gas heat plus installed gas range. Thermopane windows. Oak floors, oak trim, oak cupboards. Attached garage. Priced considerably under replacement cost. East McGregor 4 plex apartment, two up and two down -.Ail rented. Gross rental $230 per month. A good investment bringing above 10 per cent return. 920 S. Harriet Near new home with family room — all one floor. Handy kitchen, cheerful living room. Two bedrooms, attached garage, utility room. No basement, An attractive modern home. I 320 N. Ridglsy Overlooks the Des Moines River. Two good lots — garage. Fairly large kitchen with dining space. Lots of cupboard space. Fair sized livins room. Two bedrooms and baih down, one large bedroom up. Basement has mahogany paneled recreation room. Low monthly payment will pay for this home and you can throw away your rent receipts. 509 N. Woodworth A fairly new home. Two bedrooms and bath down. Two bedrooms up. Combination kitchen and dining room. Gas heat. 721 Ptrk An older 4 bedroom home. Compact kitchen, dining room, living room, one bedroom and ''k. bath down Three bedrooms and bath up. Full, basement. Oil heat. Garage. FAMM HQMK lOANS'APPtAISAU FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONCERNING THESE ALGONA HOMES — CALL OR S|| . . . ARNIE RICKLEFS - JIM GEEUN PAUL M. SEELEY, Realtor MARK A. SEELEY Office Phone 5-?3§0 — Res. 5-3174 \ LEO M, FMNKL S-S479 row SBJWAU or scunv *,) C C !• C I Im C A\ LIT ' V* V^ • I ALGONA, IQWA VVy>VyvwWtfWWyWWyWftVWW^^

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