Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1965 · Page 6
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(tewa) ADVANCE ' M&NCTAY, f=EB. 15, 1965 Winter scenes ONE OF THE BIGGEST piles of snow was on the municipal parking lot just cast of the Joe Bradley Equipment firm. And the kids wore quick to take advantage of its "King of the Hill" possibilities. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Slillman. CAR DEALERS had many-cars to worry about —not just one or two like the average car owner,. Dean Taylor of the Taylor Motor Co. is shown early Friday, going up Jones street preparing to help, clear the car lot and parking area. Exclusive .Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Former Burt pastor's wife dies at 73 Burt — Magdalene Sophia Wittkopp nee Schafer, of Marcus, died Feb. 3 at LeMars. She was born June 4, 1892 at Staunton. 111., where she spent her youth. She married Rev. Edw. L. Wittkopp Aug. 20, 1916. They served the church at Sigcl. Ill, 1916-1921; Hastings, Neb., 1921-1924; Ulmcr, 19241931; Marcus, 1931-1946; Sioux City, 1946-1950; Burt, 1950-1957. In 1957 they retired to Marcus, where they lived till her death. She is survived by her husband and four children; Helen, Mrs. Lowell Erickson, Reinsert, Arno, Worthington, Minn.; Otto, Bay City, Mich.; Eunice, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt, and one brother, Otto Schafcr. Two daughters are dead, Myra in 1942, and Ruth, Mrs. Sicg ,Schrocdcr, in 1962. 1 Funeral services were held Saturday at Peace Lutheran church, Marcus. Pastor Gene Richter officiated. Burial was in Trinity Lutheran c c in e t c r y, south of Marcus. BROTHER IS DEAD Herbert W. Hoffman, retired Renwick farmer died at Cherokee at age of 61. Services were held Jan. 26 at the St. Paul Lutheran church at 2 p.m. The Rev. Norman V. Johnson officiating. Soloist Robert Oppedahl and organist Mrs. Otto Swanson. Burial was in the Elmwood cemetery at Renwick. Herbert Hoffman was born Sept. 30, 1903 son of William and Margeretha Hoffman. He farmed near Renwick for 20 years until retirement in 1943. He never married. He is survived by three sisters and one brother: ftfrs. Elsie Lockwood, Burt; Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter, Arnolds Park; Mrs. Leonard Christensen, St. Ansgar; and Orval Hoffman, Renwick. CUBS GET AWARDS Cub Scouts getting awards Jan. 29 were golden arrow to Mark Lavrenz; gold arid silver arrow and lion badge to Robert Devine; Scout badge and gold arrow to Craig Giddings; service star to Jimmy Doege and Pat Bradley, and a bob cat award ;o Douglas Reimers. SCENES LIKE this. .were familiar Friday. Cars, trucks and even portions of houses were buried beneath drifts of sno\v, piled up by strong northerly winds Thursday night and early Friday. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Tlic Rudy Witlfetts returned Friday after a month in Flo-fids. They also visited the Estel Rdntz- cs at Crystal River, Fla. At St. John's Aid Feb. 4 Mfs Dorothy Marlow presided as Mrs. June Prcsthus was ill. Mfs. 0. T. Cherland gave a silvef Service in memory of her parents, the R. A. Bleichs. Mrs. Lawrence Prcsthus has been a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge two weeks. Mariners club met Feb. 7 at Burt Presbyterian church. Devotions were by Russell and Ruth Patterson. The program by Roger and Karen Boyken consisted of pictures taken of their trip to a Korean orphanage last April. They made this trip to gel a 2 year old Korean girl. The Boykcns have two daughters, one five and one three. The surprise number was games by Harold and Viola Becker. The Bert Wermers and Clyde Rcinsbach families returned from a weekend trip to South Dakota. They attended open house for the Wrn. Reinsbachs, Ethan, S. D. for their golden wedding. Sewing Circle will meet Feb. 19 at Lcffie Vogel's. Feb. 7 the Larry Manuses were hosts at Cunningham's Cafe for their daughter Lori's 4th birthday. Others present were the Win. Ludwigs,. Algona, Darrell Ludwigs, Mason City, and George Manuses. The George Manuses left by train Feb. 10 for several weeks in California visiting. They will return by car with the Russell Shiplers. I II. E. Rachut went to Mason City Wednesday and then to Des iMoincs by train. He will fly to California to visit his daughters Stella and Sheila. Stella, the fiob Daviscs, live in Redwood City. Sheila, the Steve Grists, live in Sacramento. Guests for the birthday, of Lori Manus Tuesday were Mrs. Jake Gifford, Joan and Martha Gifford, Beulah Dunclas, Charlotte Habeger, Lydia Manus, Jean Grubb, Randy and Kathy. U & 1 Circle met Tuesday with Adella Ulses. There were many absentees because of the icy roads. They voted $2 to the Heart Fund. The flower committee took flowers to the Rest Homes Valentine's day..Music on the new electric organ was by Adella and Rosemary Ulses. Ttie next meeting will be March 9 with Evelyn Angus. Members are to bring cookies or candy for the 50th wedding MR. AND MRS, Albert J. 01:on will be honored by their children at aft open house Sunday, Feb. 21, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the First Lutheran church, Algona, for their 50th wedding, riisy were married in Algona, Feb. 23, 1915 by Rev. Lundell, Their children are Ivwiri, Bend, Ore.; Dean. Webster City; Mrs M W, Unilhorst (Arlene), Iowa City and Mrs John R. Alke (Myrtle), La'kola. No'special invita- ;ions are being sent, but a most .'ordial invitation is extended to ill their friends and relatives. Easter box to those in the.ser- vice. ' . Homer Sabin has been a patient several weeks at the hospital in Britt. He had surgery Feb. 5. SWEA EAGLE MM. Kdnneth EfdMi the Lyle Kfumwiedes were given a farewell patty at R. 8. Peterson's Friday. Friends and neighbors gave them a purse of money. Quests were the Kfum- wiedes, the Lawrence Hansons, the Pearson brothers and Edna, the George Pearsons, Laurel Petersons, Duard Pefdues, Aflo Krumwiedes, Chris Feddersens, R. S. Mathers, Walter Hahses, Dillard Bishops and Darrel Bishops. The- Kfumwiedes have farmed in Eagle township eleven years. They -will move to a farm five miles south of Swea City March 1. Their present farm, owned by Pete Heiken, former Swea City businessman, now of Whittief, Calif., was recently ptifthased by' Roger Linde, a'fl4 feports are that Mariirt Hardt will work the land. The Harold Lemmons arc reportedly moving te Odenv Wayne itorgett&eft had the index finger of his right hand mangled in an accident unloading a wagon, The finger became caught in the chain of the auger. Several stitches. were taken, Saturday his doctor said it was healing and amputation could be avoided. The A. L. Andersons, River Grove, 111., visited her' sister, the Weldori Brandts, and other relatives last week after a month in.Hawaii, , Edith and Mrytle Molinder visited at.the Howard Preston's Sunday. The Hans Petersons visited BLAKE Funeral Homes '•Completely Appointed Homes" ;' : • AT • ' •'•••>. LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH •/RENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" her inother, Mfs Callie Welgel, Boone, Sunday fof her birtlv day. ' . t The Lyle Krumwiedes were Sunday guests of lief itfpjthSr, the Petef Abbases, FaijfftMt. They were Thursday evening callers at John Lahde's, Algofla. DOES CONGESTION .. . keep you awake at night? MaVe you fcol miserable all day? Then you want relief and want itjast! And that's just what you get **hen you take SYNA-CLEAR Dccongestant Tablets. One exclusive "Hardcore" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round*the-clock com* fort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, ck'ar-cyc'd. End needless Buffering now - get SYNA-CLi:AR in the bjue and white iarton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember., S.YNA-CLEAR relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. SYNA- CLEAR DECONGESTANT TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona Whoever or Wherever You Are- ON THE FARM • IN THE SUBURBS • OR IN TOWN • YOU CAN HAVE MODERN AUTOMATIC DEPENDABLE • .^^^ "'^^Rl> ;• .-'^r^-,- • - '•,.-.'..:••:/''' --^ • • ' • • ••• • • • 'V> r 1 V ' '*F k I Wlwlilr-; W: i^.- J| : ^ a# * * _ . * »* t f . r ,*>^1* . * t '*'* * 1 , i * .!.' THE OWNER of this foreign car found the sidewalk on the east side of the high school building the safest place to park his car Friday morning. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM A FRIEND? Just a reach away, by telephone. Whether you just want to enjoy a leisurely afternoon chat, or neeq help in the middle of the night—your phone is always there, ready tp put you in touch with friends. NORTHWESTERN BELL in Iowa No Waiting - LP Gas Is Fast, Efficient NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE, ALGONA, IS YOUR LP GAS COMPANY. THEY'LL INSTALL IT ... CONVERT YOUR OLD UNIT . . . HANDLE ALL SERVICE WORK . . . SHOW YOU THE FINEST GAS APPLIANCES, LP GAS FROM NORTH CENTRAL . . . FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T BE ON THE NATURAL GAS MAIN. Quiet — Just a Whisper of Flame! ( ' ' LP GAS WILL HEAT YOUR HOME — HEAT THE WATER — COOK THE FOOD — AIR CONDITION THE HOME — DRY THE CLOTHES — RUN THE TRACTOR AND CORN DRYER. IT IS YOUR FULL-TIME FARM AND HOME SERVANT AND THE MOST ECONOMICAL MONEY CAN BUY. MONTHLY COSTS ARE AMAZINGLY LOW. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. HI 2952484 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA ft^^ The 6/i'zzard snowed us cut - - so SHARP'S JEWELRY is continuing it's 19th Jewelry Anniversary Sale thru Washington's Birthday THE BIG STORM IURKD US FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS, SO WE ARE CONTINUING OUR SALE THMUOH NEXT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, Fine Selection of Sale Items Still in Stock! Stop in This WeM k* \ VI *** ViVfc VlrVlryVtrVfc Vk*

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