Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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J-AL06N* (lows) ABVANC6 THURSDAY, MK 11, IMS Services for Ex-Ledyard man are held Ledyard — Funeral services for Frauds S. Walsh, 58, Mason City, a former Ledyard resident, were held at Mason City Saturday. He died suddenly Wednesday at his home on 18 Linden Drive. He was a serviceman at the Bob Schukei Ford, Inc. and had been a resident of.Mason City since 1950. He was born on Feb. 23. 190R at Wykoff, Minn, to James and Catherine Ralph Walsh. He was married to Anna Clemens June 19, 1933. at. Rochester, Minn., who with three sons, Joseph, Mason City, James, St. Paul, and Leonard, Albuquerque, New Mex,, survive. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Earl (Mary) Stanton, and Mrs. Lyle (Kathleen) Johnson, both Minneapolis, and two brothers, Lawrence, Fairmont, and Raymond, Rochester. He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic church in Mason City. TO BAND FESTIVAL Tliirty-one grade school Students will take part in the Mason City band festival Saturday. Students taking part will be Cynthia Klinksiek, Mardelle Criese, Martha Wallentine, Marvel Orvick, Patsy Thompson, Kathy Hurlburt, Susan Busch, Sandy Warner, Nancy Thompson, Debbie Ingebritson, Jacklyn Busch, Bob Gilbertson, Gail Dontje, Pam Klinksiek, Chuck Udstuen, Derwin Lemke Douglas Blome,. Kathy Reese,. John Koppen, Craig Klocke, Jill Baliman, Carla Engelby, Jolayne Griese, Linda Haag, Karma Engelbarts, D e n i s e Klinksiek, Glenn Peterson, Donald Reese, Brian Munyer, Alan Inglett and Terry Blome. Max Nitz is a patient at the Blue Earth hospital. . The Dale Junkermeiers have a daughter born at the Blue Earth hospital Feti. 12, 7 Ibs. 1 oz,, named Kelly Kaye. Grandparents are the Ted Wallentines and Marvin Junkermeiers. Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet on this Thursday at 2:15: Mrs. Harley Troutman, Algona, who 1 was to have visited this meeting will attend the March 11 meeting. Hostesses for Thursday's meeting will be Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Everett. Thompson and Mrs. Marion Btirt, Mrs. William Mather will have the program. Betty Herzog and Sit a Johnson, Minneapolis, visited last weekend at the parental Harold Herzog's. The annual Blue and Gold supper for the Cub Scouts and families will be held at the Bethany E & R church Feb. 24. Serving will begin between R;30 and 7:00. A program has been planned. Car crashes caused by snow, ice Friday at 11:30 a.m. cars driven by Al Agcna and Albert W. Adams, Ft. Dodge, collided at the corner of Main and East North streets. Estimated damage to the Agena right front fender was $120 and about $25 to the left front fender of the Adams vehicle. No charges were filed. At noon Sunday two cars collided at the intersection of East Oak and Garfield streets. They were driven by Richard J. E1- bcrt and Carl P. Ludwig. Neither driver saw the other until about four feet before impact. Both vehicles were painted white on top and with the snow piled along both sides of the roadway they blended into the terrain. Damage to the front bumper and the left fenders was estimated at $250 to the Elbert car and about $200 to the fenders on the right side of the Ludwig auto. No charges were filed. A car driven by Eugene H. Kelley was stopped for the stop sign at the corner of McGregor and Phillips streets Sunday evening when it was struck from the rear by one driven by Gary L. Rochleau, 18. Gary applied his brakes about 30 feet from the stop sign but was unable to stop because of the icy condition of the road. Estimated damage to the Kelley car was about $50 to the rear bumper and about $150 to the front end of the Rochleau vehicle. No charges were filed. SOCIETY 45th WEDDING The Walter Bafts wit! be ored at an open house, glVefi by their children, for their 45th wedding, Sunday, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Algona Presbyterian church. As no special InVita* tions are being sent all relatives and friends are invited. The couple requests ho gifts. The children are Wayne Barr, Grind Meadow, Minn., Mrs. Arch Dietrick, Dexter, Minn., and Mrs. Dale E. Johnson, Corwith. REPUBLICAN WOMEN "; Mrs. George Gnskill, Corwftn, will speak on NIAD (North IbAiva Area Development) at a membership tea for LuVerne Township Republican Women Tuesday, Feb. 23. The tea will be at' 1:30 p.m. at Mrs. Duane Titt- dalls, LuVerne Township membership chairman. Engaged MR. AND MRS. August Bernau, Burt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cher- ann, to Clinton Eden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eden, Wesley. She is employed as dental assistant in Blue Earth, Minn., and he is farming near Wesley. An April wedding is being planned. CLEAN RAGS WANTED AT THE ADVANCE SELL TOMORROW with a WANT AD TODAY! Engaged MR. AND MRS. Joseph Berte, Bode, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lorine, to Charles G. Albrecht, son of the Edward Albrechts, Clare. Both young people are employed in Fort Dodge. The wedding is planned for April in St.?,Joseph Catholic church. BEL CANTO TO MEET Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday, with Mrs. A. E. Kr'e- sensky with Mesdames Wade Sullivan and Vernon Jansen assisting. Program on World of Children's Music will be given by Mesdames Richard Mawdsley, Jerry Cowan and Keith Kristie. Ted Johnson service held here Feb. 17 Funeral services for Charles E. (Ted) Johnson, 70, were held Wednesday at 10 o'clock at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Fr. Francis Conway officiating. Ted Johnson was born Sept. 27, 1894, in Sioux City,- son of Sarah G. Dunn and Lewis' Johnson. He came to Kossuth*as an infant. June 1, 1923, he married Ethel M. Kelley in Emmetsburg. Survivors besides his wife are five daughters and five sons: Elizabeth, Mrs Ray Bryne, Darrell, Curtis, Rodney, and Kenneth, all in Algona; Virginia, Mrs Cliff Copen, Clear -Lake; Lois, Mrs Ernest Branka, Kam rar; Robert, Philadelphia, Pa., in the navy; Shirley, Mrs Robert TRY A WANT AD IN THE ... Kossuth County Advance 'The Paper with Shopper Coverage and Newspaper ReadertMf) Engaged MR. AND MRS. Irving Leslie Urch of 6 Wildwood Road, Greenville, South Carolina, announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Irene, to Mr. Floyd Ray Brown, son of Mrs Jack Brown of 229 Falcon Ave., Virginia Beach, Va., and the late Mr Brown. Miss Urch willjjrad- uate from Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C., in June, Mr Brown also attends the University. A June 4 wedding is being planned at Southside Baptist church in Greenville. Miss Urch's brother, Rev. Albert E. Urch of Clio, Iowa, will perform the ceremony. The Urches are former residents of Algona. Metzger, Belvedere, 111.; and Jeanell, Mrs Rodney Kickbush, Mason City. There are 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. His father, Lewis, 93, lives in Algona. Also surviving are three sisters and four brothers: Amy tf > Florence, Mrs Paul Watson^ Frank; Andrew, and Helen Cameron, Algona; Godfrey, Battle Creek, Mich.; Woodrow, Irvington. His mother died in 1940. : ; Burial was in Calvary cemetery with Hamilton's in charge. Pallbearers were Clarence MetS- ger, Charles Devine, Robert Skilling, Harold Colwell, Garland Bradley, and Robert McAllister.'' ' >i Golden wedding at Swea City Swea City — Mr. and Mrs, August Peterson will be honored with an open house in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 21 from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home in Swea City. Nieces and nephews of the couple are sponsoring the observance, No other invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited. The Petersons request no gifts be given, Plan Lenten classes at Lakota Lakota — Pastor John Reiners of the First Presbyterian church will conduct an adult communicants class during the Lenten Season. The first class session is scheduled for Sunday evening, March 7 at 8:00 p.m. This course will consist of 6 one hour sessions. The text book is entitled 'The Way of Disciple* ship" and will be given to those who enroll. Grand, petit jurors drawn for court The petit jurors tot the March term of district court have been drawn and the grand jurors for the year I9ti5 have been select' ed. The petit jurors Include: Sena Been ken, Titonka; Gotf- don Bollig, Bancroft; Verla Brandt, Titdnka; Emma CallieS, Titonka; Frances Capesius, Lu- Verne; Lucille Dorweiler, Algona; Donald Erickson, Algona; Howard Erickson, Armstrong; Joe Ezarski, Corwith; Lawrence Farrow, Lakota; Alvin Gbdfred- son, Armstrong; Arle Goetsch, LuVerne: Melbourne Haag, Ledyard; Leona Habeger, West Bend; Darlene Hade. Swea City; Tony Han sen, Whittemore; Ralph Harms, Titonka; John Hartshorn, Ledyard; Henrietta Huenhold; Algona; David Hoff, LuVerne, Esther Jentz, Fenton. Roy Kollasch, Weslev; Elsie Larson, Buffalo Center; Erma W. Lichter, Algona; Henry Loo ft, Fenton; Robert Loss, Algona; Dave Lynch; Lone Rock; Walter A. Meyer, Whittemore; Wayne Meyer, Algona; Martin Meyer, Burt; Jane Nelson, Corwith: Verle Nelson, Titonka; Darrell Nemmers, Bancroft: Gail 01- thoff, Lakota: Dorothy Pingel. Swea City; Mildred Quam. Swea City; Harry Ricklefs, Titonka; Evelyn Stetzel, West Bend: Donovan Studer, Corwith; William Thilges, Bode: T. A. Trump. Lakota; Betty Uthof, Fenton; Toni Vipond, Algona: Mildred Waller, Algona; Ruby Walters. Whittemore; Burt Weaver, Buffalo Center; Henry Weber, Corwith; Nina Weber, Whittemore; James Will, Algona; John Wilson, Burt. Grand jurors selected are: John Alberts, Buffalo Center; Lois Borchardt, Fenton; Floyd Bode, Algona;. Wm. Fandel, Whittemore; Grace Fischer, Lone Rock; Charles Kubicek, Bode; Edward Marlow, Bancroft; Lawrence Miller, LuVerne; Richard Post, Algona; Patsy Priebe, Lone Rock; Wilford Ward, Sexton; .Guy Woods, Swea City. ed the Army in September 19_d4 ifid cdmpleted basic training at fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Haag is a 1961 graduate of Al* pna high school and attended There Will be no deliveries of mail either in the city or country but all incoming mail and out going mail will be worked as usual. Freda Norman dies Monday at Algona home Freda Theres'a Norman, 85, died Monday at her home, funeral services will be Thursday af ternoon at the First Lutheran church with Rev. R; Lorenz officiating. Freda Nilson was born in Wimmerly, Sweden, on July 14, 1879, the daughter of Ida Johnson and Mr. Nilson. She came to Algona 64 years ago and was married to Oscar Norman Mar. 6, 1901 in Omaha, Neb. Mr. Norman' died in 1941 and ,a daughter i Eleanor, is also dead. ^Surviving are two daughters and four sons: Mrs. Linnea Hiserodt and Violet, Mrs. Joe Elbert both in Algona; Edward, Green Bay, Wis.; William, Ed Cerrito, Calif.; Carl, St. Louis, Mo.; and Richard, Seattle, Wash. There are 10 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Burial will be in Riverview City Jr. College. He was employed by the denhoff Corporation, Algona, be* 'ore entering the Army. Ellen Mather Sweetheart at Swea City Swe« City — Miss Ellen Math " ef Was chosefl fFA Sweetheart at the annual Sweetheart dance Saturday night at the Swea City school. Ellen is a freshman and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ft.- S. Mather. Other candidates were Kathy Roberts, sophomore; Judy David' son, junior and Arliss Looft, senior. Each class of FFA members had containers in downtown stores and a girl received a vote for each cent in the container and also on amount of seeds sold by chapter members in that class. In addition to the honor of being queen Ellen will receive several gifts from the chapter. Special Price ON THIS NEW CLOSED FEB. 22 The Algona post office will be closed all day, Washington's birthday, Monday, Feb. 22. cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Her four sons: Edward. William, Carl and Richard, Earl Zeigler, and Clarence Zech will be pallbearers. SERVICEMEN PVT. ROBERT HAAG Fort Lee, Va. (AHTNC) — Pvt. Robert L. Haag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Haag, Algona, completed a four-week supply course at the Army Quartermaster School, Fort Lee, Va., Feb. 16. During the course Haag was trained to receive, issue and store various Army supplies and equipment. The 21-year-old soldier enter: 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 pood. And we have only this one left in stock. Get an "ABOVE AVERAGE" deal on this Mill — CASH OR TRADE — No reasonable offer refused. Algona Implement Co. 5-3701 'YOUR IHC DEALER" ALGONA 16 great great looking, great goin if » i, V ' you nrid '•**. v *. -.. ' a rush printing -••"•^m ** "ywterday"... if* KOSSUTH 295-2424 COUNTY ADVANCE Fury III 4-door Wagon Six '65 Fury Wagons In 6- or 9-passenger models, the '65 Fury wagon is about the biggest, plushest wagon you've ever seen. And still solidly in the low-priced field. Belvedere II 4-door Wagon Six '65 Belvedere Wagons Belvedere is another complete line of Plymouth wagons for 1965. For the young family on a young family's budget, Belvedere is about the best wagon buy there is. Valiant 200 4-door Wagon Four '65 Valiant Wagons Plymouth present? a third complete line of 1905 wagons, the compact size Valiant wagons. So why a compact wagon? For the same basic cpmpac$ benefits th%t every '65 Valiant delivers: low price, gas economy, easy handling, convenient parking. CHRYSLER Something for Everyone; Series: Fury (6 models) Belvedere (6 mode's) Valiant (4 models) Overall length: 216.1" 208.5" 188.8" Prices »tart at:* $2776 $2562 $2361 * Prices based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices for lowest- P'iced Fury I, Belvedere I, and Valiant 100 6-cylinder models, exclusive o' destination charges, state and local taxes, if any, whitewa.ll tires, wheel covers, back-up lights, roof rack, and other optional equipment. See Plymouth in action on The Bob Hope Show, NBC-TV, KEN'S AUTO SERVICE - 1023 North Main Strait THE ROARING '65s FURY BELVEPERE. VALIANT BARRACUDA Plymoulli

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