Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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P.E.S, holds instruction at Livermore Llvtrmore — The Order of Eastern Star school of Instruction was held in the local chapter hx»n Thursday, Feb. 4, with Mrs. Peggy Hauswirth of Laurens as the instructor. FYecediiig the School, an 11:00 o'clock buffet luncheon was held at the Presbyterian church by ALL BOYS & MEN'S WINTER SHIRTS PRICE ,the.Worthy Matron and Worthy | Pa Iron, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin .ler- 'getisen, for their officers and j guests. The color scheme of red. while and gold was carried out in the napkins, nut cups and table decorations, the chosen colors for this year. The Juncheon was presided over by Mrs. .lohn Hasford and Mrs. Dale .Toiner. In the evening a skit was given by several of the officers, in oresenting a gift of money to' :he Instructor. Mrs, Hauswirth. Visitors included Mrs. Clara Shilts of AtgOna, the District nstructor, Past Matrons and Past Patrons and other members from Rolfe. Algona. Ren wick, Corwith, Humboldt. LuVernc, Bode. Milford and Gilmorc City. Lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. John Cox of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm, Mrs. Hart ley Mackintosh and Mrs. Ivan Tellier and Mrs. Charles Chou doin of Humboldt. SOUTHERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach have returned from a two-week vacation trip thru the Southern AT MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store" ' Livermore States which included Arkansas,' Centucky, Tennessee, Indiana nd Illinois. At Memphis, Tenn., hey visited with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hoganson, a former Livermore resident. They were ac- ompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pesch of Walker. Wary stayed at the Harry Rutz iomc while they were gone. LUTHERAN AID The Lutheran Ladies Aid met n the Fellowship Hall at the church Thursday afternoon with tfrs. Daryl Frederick and Mrs. ilaymond Graaf as hostesses. Mrs. Ernest Haack conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Carl Hansclmann gave the lesson. Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Molly Groh were guests. CASH DRAWING Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were George Berte $50, Margaret Me- Grady $50, and Collins $50. Mrs. Catherine inner guests were Mr. and Mti; tfoftnan Ross of Hinsdilfe, 'til? tfrs. Ross is a cousin of Mfl Howard. ., .- . Mr. and Me*. C. M. ftelrtf lave returned after spending th* past 3 weeks in Las Vegas. They ook a plane from Des Moine*. Mr, and Mf». Henry Montdn have returned from Iowa City vhere Mr. Monson underwent surgery. He is progressing salts- 'actorily. Mr. and Mr*. Julius Becker .. Klein's Radio & TV I Repair Shop LIVERMORE • Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 4491 or 4662 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES & SERVICE I jr. New Nutrena Pig-16 HELPS STOP NEGRO AND BLOODY SCOURS Helps maintain weight gains in the presence of Atrophic Rhinitis too! -Here'«4ht pig starting feed you have been waiting for. Two potent antibiotics and a sulfa drug combine for the prevention and treatment or Necro and Bloody Scours. New Pig-16 provides fast-growth nutrition at low cost even though'pigs-are infected with Atrophic Rhinitis. Pigs really like the tasle of this new Nutrena starting feed. And in Nutrena tests, pigs on Pig-16 gained 20% faster than pigs on Creep-18, the radon it now, replaces in the Nutrena starting program. Feed cost per pound of gain was 3.8% less on Pig-16. See us for Nutrena Research Farm results with this complete, pelleted ration. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mille have gone to Phoenix, Ariz. Weekend visitors from Frida until Sunday in the Elmer Gronbach home were Edward Mela- vin of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Torgerson of Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing have returned from their two- week vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Bergum stayed at the Rossing home while they were gone. Guests in the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller Sunday were her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harl Gimer, their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gimer and two small sons, all of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Gimer showed slides of Hawaii which they had taken on their recent visit there. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill and her sister Mrs. Marion Jacobs attended a Merchandise Show at Des Moines on Sunday. Miss Florence Altman was ho*- and Mr. and Mrs. Dick May attended the funeral of their nephew, Jerry Krieps at Wesley Tuesday morning. Miss Margaret Devine waft hostess to the Twentieth Century Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Olson conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Jessamine Miller gave the lies- son and also showed pictures of England which she had taken .on her trip to Europe. Six members were present. ' • ,/, Due to the severe cold wea,- ther several members did -not attend the Birthday Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Hildreth Sittler in Humboldt last week; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells were recent visitors in the home of the Miss Mayme and Margar et Devine home. Mrs. Wm. Erpelding was hos tess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday. 4f ternoon. At cards Mrs. Harold Roethler won high, Mrs. ;Bil Davis low and Mrs. Harold Gjer stad the travel prize. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served. Mrs. Ted Wagner was a gues|. Terry Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lamb, was a recent patient at the hospital in Britt, following a siege of pneumonia. Dougie Lamb, another son, suffered a cut under his chin which required 4 stitches, when he 'fell while playing at home. |'.' Domino League W Anderson Motors :60 annual meet next Monday Weiley — The 58th annual meeting of the Farmers Coop Society will be held Feb. 15 at o'clock in the high school auditorium. There will be election of directors, business meeting, and entertainment, prizes and unch. Frank Bleich is manager, Art Beenken, assistant, Gloria 'riis, bookkeeper. Dean Ricke is manager of the lumber department>and Bob HudspetH is assistant. Other employees are Don Hanig, Don Dornbier, Don West, Ed Downs and Ray John son. VALENTINE PARTY CDA will have a Valentine par ty in the parish hall Sunda evening for husbands and guests A pot luck lunch- will be served at 7 o'clock followed by cards The committee is Mary Bode Justine Becker. Minnie Bleich Theresa Otis, Mary*Weber, Lu cille Nelson,, Rita Youngwirth, Pauline Pfeffer, ' Mildred Cosgrove, Marilyn " Lickteig. Carol Youngwirth and Darlene Forbur- t Nancy Ftmnernark's. Lunch 2 ras served by Sigfidl Johnsoil. 1 tachette CUnltingh|M l is fepdft- r. • '..••' " ; ;, "I.*- ;;,'•'. _/ ,-» ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Clara Havefly and Au« dra, the Kenneth, Dennis and liigh Havetiys, Lou Cinks and Mrs. Geo. Cink attended the wedding of David Cink, son of (l.wa) A6VAN« THURSDAY, Ml. II,-IMS _ _ SWf IH8MBTY THURSDAY, FEB. 12 (Large Vatenfini »•**• •* C^n STAR ROUER RINK-ALfiONA, Kiwi : u i «t A A A a * .* Jit .. i i -i. .. * 4_ u jHl A jnfeijk^i - . > Ph, 295.2166 Cellwt for Piffle* tess to the Contract Bridge club Saturday afternoon at her home with Mrs. Al Lenertz winning high prize, Mrs. Harry Clark second high and Mrs. George Lenertz the bingo prize. The Delta Dek Bridge club K. 0. Hardware ____ 56 Town Tavern ______ 49% Sawyer's .... ________ 48% American Legion ____ 45% M & M Feeds ______ 42 5-2741 ALGONA N. la. Grain Co. 5-5073 SEXTON Nutrena DICKY,. DAISY CERTAINLY Milk FROM COMSOUOATiP 1$ 50METHIN6 SPECIAL-! THIY SPK1AU1E IN , THE VERY BEST! met at the home of Mrs. Harry Clark Friday afternoon with Mrs. Martha King winning high prize, Mrs. Joe Sanders 2nd high and Mrs. Nick Bormann the bingo prize. Mrs. Martha King and Mrs. Harold Dolder were guests. Mrs. Myrtle Stilti has been assisting with the book work at the Kay Implement Co. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Hintx were supper guests'in the Gerald Ramus home at LuVerne Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard returned Wednesday evening from Rochester where Mr. Howard had gone for his 3 month check-up, returning home with a very good report. While there they visited briefly in the Dave Cockrill home and went out to dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mackintosh of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sigler of Theresa, Wis. Mrs. Sigler will be remembered as the former Lucille Gates. Enroute home they visited the Dean Johnson's, at Albert Lea, former residents. The Deal and Chat Bridge dub met at the home of Mrs. Keith Logue Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Al Lenertz receiving high prize, Mrs. Clarence Carlson 2nd high and Mrs. James Lempke low prize. Mrs. Ned Bohach and Mrs. Muriel Ver Steeg were guests. Lunch was served. Dinner guests Thursday evening at the Kenneth Howard home were the Jerry Howards of Humboldt, Friday evening Dick's ____ _ Mike's Standard ____ _35 Livermore State Bank 34% Livermore Oil Co. __-23% L 32 32 42% 39% 46% 46 46% 45 '53% 60% ger on Weber, serving, Marjorie with Francis Becker, Elsie Kunkel: Marjorie (Joe) Goetz, Sally Studer, Kathryn Hamilton and Kathryn Schrauth are on entertainment. FOUR CHURCH MEETING The four Evangelical Free churches of Upper Flat Britt, and Clear Lake. Wesley will sponsor a Christian Education conference in the local church Thursday at 7 o'clock. Speakers will be the Rev. Gerald Stenberg, Waterloo, Rev. Dave Carlson and Rev. Kurt Marquardt, he fid" Cinks, and Nancy Lee 2therington, daughter of the Edgar Etheringtons, all of Woden, at St. Patrick's Catholic church at Buffalo Center Saturday. The wedding dinner was served in the parish hall. They will live on Fred Edens farm near Woden. David is a grandson of Mrs. Clara Haverly and Mrs Geo. Cink. WED 25 YEARS The Chas. Nygaards will have their silver wedding Feb. 21 with an open house from 2-9 p.m. a' their farm home northwest o Wesley. Relatives and friend! are welcome. They have 3 child ren who will be hosts. They are Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mrs. Cecil Glawe, Corwith, and Chris at home. COME FOR WEDDING Linda Detmerine and Judy Winters, Cedar Falls, spent the Feb. 7 weekend with the former's parents the Geo. Detmer- ngs. Linda was bridesmaid and Judy opened gifts at the wedding of Linda Davis and Richard Kissner Feb. 6 at St. Benedict. Judy's home is in Sioux City. Mrs. Leita Jordan and son Alan, Des Moines, spent the weekend in the home of her late mother, Mrs. Bettie Wester. They were Sunday guests at Al Wagner's. Alan is a senior student at Drake university. The Gene Hoods, Algona, were Sunday guests at Leonard Arn- 9-11* Mason City, Hall, Osage. and Mrs. Rev. Melviri John Engles, High Individual Series • Ralph Bormann __ 1 ; 583 Rich .Sawyer _ $33 Mark Thilges L__ 533 Buzz Coleman :_ 510 Rogers Broers •_• -509 High Individual Game '" Mark Thilges _i 222 Ralph Bormann T 212 Rich Thul •r-H-.H Wl' High Team Series- ' Dick's 280* Livermore State Bank 2717 Anderson Motors 2713 High Team Game Dick's 955 Dick's 951 M & M Feeds 943 Top Six Bowling League 'i W fc Smith Lumber 58 Britt, will represent pastor's wives. There will be a meeting in the Annex at the same time for the youth groups. Following the services refreshments and an informal fellowship hour will be held in the church. 4-H CLUB MEETS Wesley Wizards met at Sigrid Johnson's Feb. 1, Mary Jo Becker, president, conducted the meeting. Special project records books were handed out. A spe- Color will be Fun Night is Feb. 27. Bonnie Becker hadi re creation. Mary Jo Becker gave a talk, Nancy Funnemark gave the art study, and Bonnie Becker gave a book report. Rachelle Cunningham gave a demonstration. The next meeting will be ATTENTION KIDDIES! ALGONA SATURDAY, FEB. 13 at 10 A.M. ft 1 .30P.M. FRIEND AMAZING UNDERWATER Metro-Goliiwyn-Mayertr*«fc the fabulous dolphin NIC. Mi METROCOUOR PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS FREE ADMISSION WITH APPROVED DENTAL CARD Free Tickets are available at all participating Dentists In The County. Tickets Otherwise — Regular Admission ATTEND THE MORNING SHOW FOR BETTER SEATING Pioneer 52 40 42 46 cial meeting on held-: in. March. dorfer's. Victor Loebig had a hernia operation at the Britt hospital Monday. Mrs. Loebig was a guest of their daughter, the Kenneth Rasmussen's, Forest City, during her husbands hospitalization. The Herman Studers were Jan 31 guests of their son the Kermit Studers, Kanawha, for the second birthday of their grandson Brent. The maternal grandparents, the Lawrence Smiths, Britt, were also guests. The Elmer Doughans went to Sac City Sunday to visit their daughter, Audra Ann, the Jim Walmsleys, and to see their new granddaughter born that morning. They now have a family of a'-son and four daughters. The Herman Lyons and Jac queline and her friend Marjor ie Gang, St. Paul, spent the weekend with Mrs. Lyon's father Ed Hildman. They also visited the Geo. Scuffhams, Algona. ENDS SAT. 'APACHE RIFLES" 'FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA" SUN. Thru WED. FEB. 14 - 17 ALGONA tony, I debbfo I pat enrtt& I rvynoldx \ ooone Joanna Barnes/Laura Devon waiter matthau David tt'eiibart / Vincenle Mlnnelli/Many Kumits «i2:£' Reinie's Groc. 54 K.C. 42 Gales 37 51 Kay's Impl. 29 55 High Team Series c Gales 2409 Smith Lumber 2371 4 Reinies Groc. 2323 High Individual Series " < Harold Dolder 568 Barney Thilges 54fit Ray Kramer 532 High Individual Game ^ Barney Thilges ____ 223 John Gales 221rl Harold Dolder High Team Game Gales Gales Pioneer _!_: --------- ------ 812 899 feel «*lra fine, when you get into the h«b»t of drinking milk rsgylarly. You'll enjoy it, too. YARN SALE Now is the time to stop and save on your yarn at OLIVE'S YARN A KNIT SHOP, ALL YARNS - Including Knitting Worsted • GERMANTOWN e SCANOIA • MOHAIR 9 ANGORA REDUCED 20% PER SKEW VERY LARGE SELECTION KITS 25% OFF BOOKS, NiEDLES, KNITTING ACCESSORIES REDUCED 10% HURRY WHILE THE SELECTION IS GOOD Shop Open Paily 10 a.m. t» § p.m. Open Friday Evening Til 9 Closed ThyrwUy Afternoon Feb. l?th Only Olive's Yarn & Knit Shop 914 S. Harriet ALGONA, IOWA HOW FAST CAN I GET IT... should I take a 25 year loan SIZE OF DOWN PAYMENT... How are taxes handled in a sale... INTEREST COSTS... What's the monthly payment on a »15.OOO loan? Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 SAVE FROM THE TENTH — EAKN FROM THE 1ST SINOflUT - MJMIMOWA

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