Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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*-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCI THURSDAY, FEB. 11, Dean Henry received word en Sunday that his brother John. 49, had been critically injured in a head-on auto collision et Columbia. Mo. He suffered a broken collar bone, broken ribs, both legs were crushed and a lung collapsed. Mrs Hugh Colwcll is staying with her son Willis and family while convalescing from injuries suffered in a car accident three weeks ago. She was driving near the Presbyterian church and her car was hit. She suffered a dislocated right shoulder and some muscular injuries on the left side. Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreavcs were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs E. W. Anderson, of Omaha, Neb. Kirk Hayes and Gordon Smith spent from Thursday till Saturday in Chicago on a business trip for Druggists Mutual. Mrs Dorothy Terwilliger and Paula, of Clarion, and Mrs Ruby Dodds of Humboldt came Friday for a visit with their sister Mrs Albert Hagg who is here from Monrovia, Calif., and is staying for several weeks with her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Vincent Matz. Funeral services were held on Monday at Omaha, Neb., for Henry Neuman, 70, former A1- gonan. In attendance from here were Mr and Mrs Raymond Funk, Mr and Mrs William Funk, Mrs Fred Will and Mrs John Uhlcnhakc. of WhJtte- more. Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer, formerly of Lone Rock, have purchased the Matt Kapp homo at 602 S. Minnesota street. Mr and Mrs Cd Hagg left for Decatur, 111., to attend the funeral services for the letter's uncle John Reed who was quite elderly. He was Mrs Hagg's father's brother. Mrs Marie Murtagh and Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh were visited this week by Mrs Josephine Pruyn, of Cedar Falls, daughter of Mrs Marie Murtagh. Mrs Pruyn recently returned from Honolulu, Hawaii where she visited several weeks with Mr and Mrs Don White. Mrs While is the former Madonna Quinn. Mr and Mrs Robert Kuhlmann of Ottosen spent Sunday evening with Mrs Wiltna Kuhlmann. Mr and Mrs H. M. Knecht had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Norbert Knecht, of West Bend. Norbert and Harold Knecht took their mother Mrs Emma Knecht, of Whittcmore, to Iowa City Sunday where she entered Starting Tomorrow! MAGIC 0 S-t-rve-t-c-h Lounger Sets REDUCED! LIMITED TIME ONLY One and 2-piece terry cloth and nylon sets for baby's sleep or play. Full cut for roominess, Machine washable. Nursery prints and solid colors. One size fits 3 to 18 months. REG. 1.91 —REDUCED for Limited Time Only— POLISHED COTTON A GAIARDINE CRAWLERS REG. 1.98. Padded knees, appliqued designs. Medium to extra large , , , , , , , , , ( , 1.68 QUILTED CRIB BLANKETS, 36x50 Pacron polyester, celacloud filled. White and colors.3.68 NYLON RAYON CRIB BLANKETS 36x50. 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Joy- nl who for several months has been in the geriatrics department of Mercy hospital. At Clear Lake they visited with Vincent and Paul Joynt. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig attended the Northwest Iowa Suarc Dance Callers meeting on Sunday at Mr and Mrs Ray Newmans. Mr Ludwig is president of the association. Joan Pott and friend Lois Langcl, students at St. Joseph's school of nursing, Sioux City, spent the weekend with Joan's parents Mr and Mrs Dick Post, Mrs Post, Rex and Rick, took them back Sunday. Mr and Mrs L. E, Hovey had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Eldon Hovey, of Hampton, and Mr and Mrs Earl Roscdahl, of Brlcclyn. Two injured from Burt in car accident Burt — Heavy fog and ice caused a car accident Sunday near Estherville. The car driver, a Mr. Prentice, Rodman, was not seriously injured but the car was wrecked. Two other occupants Gary Black and Richard Lavrenz, Burt, were taken, to the hospital in Estherville. Black, with head injuries, was released Sunday and Lavrenz, whose hip was injured, was released Monday. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the W.S.C.S. will meet Feb. 17: Inez Circle — evening at Methodist church, hostesses Genaveve Spry and Louise Engstrom; devotions, Dorothy Johnston; program, Janice Schaller; roll call, heart; special, Benita Mitchell. Hazel Circle — 2:15, hostesses, Marion Westling and Jessie Rash; devotions, Ro- wcna Ryerson; program, Jenny Riebhoff; roll call, II Corinthians; special, Hazel Larson. Mildred Circle — 2:15, hostesses Beulah Davis and Mabel Campney; devotions, Mary Gebken; program, Florence Spear; roll call, Bible verse. WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING Burt Woman's club will meet Feb. 15 at Presbyterian church with La vina Hanson, Lillian Mcinzer and Jean Lockwood hostesses. The theme is public affairs. Growing Old, Staying Well, will be by Maree Bahnson, and So Laugh A Little, Molly Picon, by Phebe Thompson, ATTEND FUNERAL The Rev. Scheer family, Ella Meyer, the Eugene Meyers, Eu Claire Meyers and Carl Reynolds and Raymond Lavrenz attended the funeral of Mrs. E. L. Witt kopp at Marcus Feb. 6, Rev. Wittkopp is a former pastor at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. UPW TO MEET UPW will meet at the Presbyterian church Feb. 17, hostess- *J I s 'i es Mrs. Delrnar Angus, MM. Hay Rlngsdorf, Mrs. George Patter* son. Devotions are by Mft. Duane Mawdsley and progfim by the Pastor and Sunday school superintendents. WED 25 YEARS The Rodney Giddings will have their silver wedding Feb. 14. Their daughters, Mrs. Linda Haas and Gloria Giddings, will have open house from 2 td 5 p.m. at their home in Orleans. Relatives and friends are invited. Dr. Dennis Strohman and Joyce Hayden visited the 3rd grade at Burt school Feb. 9. A demonstration on care of the teeth was given, and a 15 minute movie was shown to grades through 6th. Directors, employees, and guests of the Burt Co-op elevator had a 6:30 dinner Feb. 6 at the Cunningham Cafe. Reports of ;he gram dealers convention in DCS Moincs were given and Bridget Quinn, Bancroft, gave her winning oration. The Dwane Nelsons have a 6 Ib. son, Ricky Oscar, born at the Dr. Bahnson home Feb. 5. They have a son David, 5 and a daughter Belinda, 2. Mrs. Nelson is the former Arlyce Johnson. Mrs. Helen Johnson now has 11 grandchildren. The Vern Nelsons, Thor, are the other grandparents. There are two great grandmothers, Mrs. Martin Nelson, Boxholm, and Mrs. Renee Bird, Fort Dodge. Students from Burt high school attended the F.T.A. meeting at Ledyard Feb. 8. A group of neighbors and friends visited Amelia Palhemus for her birthday Thursday at the home of Clara Van Steenberg. Mrs. Burnadinc Opheim, Dawn and Johnny, spent the weekend at Milton Steven's. Aid met Feb. 4 at St. John's daughters. Mrs. Ralph Fandcl had the 7- up club Monday. E and K Club met Sunday at Andy filbert's. The Birthday club surprised Mrs. Kathleen FarreH for her birthday Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. 0. Elbert spent the weekend in Des Moines with relatives. The Bill Fandels spent Friday at Vic Youngwirth's, Wesley. The Donald Besches, Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests of his parents, the Edward Besch- es. The Clem Biseniuses visited last Saturday at Jim Cowan's, Algona. The Tony Waechters, West Bend, were Sunday visitors with her mother, Mrs. Josephine Dahlhatiser. . Mrs. Enifria Knecht entered St. Ann hospital last Friday and Was released Sunday and went to Iowa City, Her sons Harold, Algona, and Herbert, West Bend) took her to Iowa City. Marvin Loebach is a surgical patient in St. Ann hopsital, Algona. Herman Wichtendahl entered St. Ann hospital as a medical patient Thursday. Club 18 met Tuesday at George Streit's. The Bill Besches, Chas. G. Kollasch, Mrs. Jim But* ler, Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt, and Harold McDonnell won prizes. The Archie Voigts and Melvin Ostwalds, the Orville Hoi- drcns, Jack fJavises, Jim VoigtJ, Lewis Broesders tftd Marvin Brocsders, Algona, had dinner Sunday at stub's, Spencer, following the wedding and reception of Marian Broesder and Kay Gerdes at the Good Hope church. the Virgil Elberts were among those from here who attended the wake of Mrs. George C, Buckwaltef at Laurens, Services Were Tuesday at the Laurens Methodist church. Her husband is active in the Legion and is well known here. Rosalie Hyink and Linda Meyer, at La James Beauty school, Mason City, were weekend guests at home. Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser plans to spend a few days this week with Mr s. Til Waldschmidt, Algona. Mrs. Waldschmidt returned from Mercy hospital Thursday where she had surgery a few weeks ago. Dennis Elbert, St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, was a Weekend guest with relatives in Whittemore. Sunday guests of the Vic Daus were the Arnold Zinnells, Frank Jergenses, West Bend, and Herb Zumachs. ! Delores Zeimet, St. Joe, was a weekend guest of Shirley and Kathy Eibert. A number from here attended the wedding and reception of Marian Broesder, daughter of the Lewis Broesders, Algona, and Ray Gerdes, also Algona, at Good Hope church Sunday. Lutheran church with hostesses Melinda Meyer, Clara Reynolds and Marlene Woltz. The Market Basket was by Luella Schadendorf, Roseann Gifford, Arlene Schneider. Rev. Wm. Scheer had the topic and meditation was by Phyllis Hanna. There will be a cash bake sale in February. Fortnightly club will meet 'eb. 12 at Ethel Dremmel's. Mrs. Helen Johnson and the Richard Johnsons spent Sunday n Mankato at Dean Reed's. Mrs. Reed is the former Renelda Johnson. Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona, stayed at Helen Johnson's. The elementary grades band festival will be held in Mason City Feb. 13. Students and chaperones will go by bus. f ~ Scouts will have a display 6f handicraft at the Burt public library this week. Whittemore \ Mrs. Marion Hyink ••»»»»+•»»»»»»»»»»»*»»»» The Gary Michaelsens (Sharon Schmidt) have a boy born Feb. 3, 7 Ibs. They also have twins, one boy and one girl. The Victor Youngwirths (Marian Fandel), Wesley, have a boy born Feb. 6, 10 Ibs. 12 oz. This gives them four boys and three girls. The Francis Kisches (Agnes Goetz) have a girl born Feb. 7, 7 Ibs. 8 oz. They have two other Special Price ON THIS NEW IH 105 mill Cut costs, make top-quality feed with this IH Grinder-Mixer. Feed only top-quality FRESH rations. Mix your own supplement at lower cost. Grind and mix at your own convenience. Eliminate middleman costs and reduce livestock disease and infection. The Grinder-Mixer business is good. And we have only this one left in stock. Get an "ABOVE AVERAGE" deal on this Mill — CASH OR TRADE — No reasonable offer refused. 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