Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
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1 3 W.B.Mueller 54 of Ringsted, dies Saturday Wilfred B. Mueller, 54, R sted, died Saturday at the Es- thervilie hospital of a heart ailment. Me had been hospitalized for about two weeks, Funeral services for Mr. Muel ler were held Tuesday afternoon it SI, Mil's Luthefift ehufh at RiftgSted with ReVi Stanley Hansen officiating. Burial was in the-church cemetery with the Thomas Funeral Home of Ringsted in charge. Mr, Mueller was born Feb. 11, 1911 at Fenton and received his education there, He was married to Ruth Jensen .of Ringsted on March 8, 1935 and they farmed in Seneca township and the Ringsted area since then. His wife survives as well as two sons, David and Derald, Ringsted; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Louis ALOONA (ftwa) AOVANCI-S THURSDAY, ?E§, «, IMS Now is the time to stop in and check your seed and fertilizer needs. See us today! Grow Finer-Stemmed Alfalfa Multi-Strain ALFALFA • Grows more leaves, finer stems—increases milk and meat.per acre. • More winter hardy,; wilt resistant; fast recovery for high yields. • More even growth — not an origin blend. • For medium rotation (2, 3, 4 years). A product of L. Teweles Seed Co., Milwaukee^!, Wisconsin teweles badger. Algona Flour & Feed Mueller, Whittemore; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Cylinder; and four brothers, Arthur, Lone Rock; Merrill, Algona; Maytiard, Mercedes, Calif.; and Clifford, Stanley, Wis. Attends funeral of last sister Frank Rosman was called to Milwaukee Wednesday to attend the funeral of Sister M, Crispina, O.S.F., who Was the third of his sisters to die within the last ten months. Sister Crispina is the last of eight sisters in this family of fourteen. She was 78 and has spent 59 of those years nursing the sick at Sacred Heart Sanitarium in Milwaukee. The last four years she has been bedridden. She was buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery after a solemn requiem high Mass at St. Joseph Convent. Also attending the services were another brother, Henry from Defiance, five nieces, and two grand nieces. Sister's brother, Carl Rosman of Harlan, was unable to attend the funeral. Ray Estle, 87 of Ledyard, rites Tuesday Funeral services for Ray Estle, 87, were held Tuesday at the Ledyard Methodist church. The Rev. Ellis Ulland, Lake Mills, former Ledyard pastor, officiated. Burial was in Highland cemetery. Mr. Estle died Saturday morning at Heritage Home, Bancroft, from the complications of age. He had been in failing health for about a year and has been hospitalized since November. Mr. Estle was born Jan. 9, bama, and Mf s. HenfV Mitchell J tfrs. Pearl Smith, MfS. Edfill Winter, Mrs. Gottlieb Rieffef,! all of Lakota, Mrs, Caleb Haft shorn, Spencer, Mass., Mrs. Lfoti VIcCoy, Ledyard, Mrs. Harlam Logemann, Fairmont, and MfS,| Laverne Thompson, Elmore.l There are 31 grandchildren ind| 27 great grandchildren. Awards made Feb. 16 at Cub banquet Cub Scot s Pack 70 held their I Blue and G »ld banquet, Feb. 161 at the high school Annex. Atll dens were represented with aM most perfect attendance. Afterl the banquet a regular Pack| meeting was held and the fol lowing awards given: U.S.D.A, CHOICE Pound m f^ BEEF ROAST 43 South Phillips ; "Taylor's Prescription-Made Fertilizer" Algona 1878, at Tama. He was educated in the Toledo and Tama schools. Sept. 12, 1906, he was married to Mary Ann Pfander at Algona. They farmed in the Ledyard and Lakota area until 1955 and moved into Ledyard in 1961. Den 1 — Gary Helmers, coun-| cil patch denner stripe, assistant denner stripe; Ron Nichols, bear I badge; Mark McGuire, council! patch, denner stripe; David Kei-l gen, council patch, assistant! denner stripe; Rick Steinman,| silver arrow. Den 2 — Randy Buscher, goldl arrow, activity patch; Terry! Buscher, wolf badge, gold ar-l row, activity patch; Kevin Ow-l ens, gold arrow, activity patch;! Bill Wingers, assistant dennerl stripe: Jim Welp, denner stripe;! Allen Ulfers, Dean Kern, Johnl Robinson each an activity patch.l Den 3 — Tom Kinseth, wolfl badge, assistant denner stripe,! activity patch; Mark Montagl wolf badge, gold arrow, dennerl stripe, activity patch; Timmyl Zittritsch, wolf badge, activity! patch; Jim Cassell, gold arrow,! 2 silver arrows, activity patch;| Joe Bernardo, gold arrow, activity patch; Jeff Rich, activity! patch; Barrel Steven and StevenJ Schneider, activity patches. Den 5 — Scott Dodds, bobcat! pin; Erman Hansen, silver ar'-r row; J. C. Kain, lion badge, goldj arrow; Dennis Payne, denner] stripe and service star. Rev. Davies showed pictures! of historical interest in the;! United States and Canada. Den! 2 had the opening and led the I Survivors include his wife; two sons and eight daughters, LeRoy, Iowa City, Lee, of Ala- guests in the Pledge of Allegiance. Den 3 had charge of thel closing number. Kossuth Motors "EOM Sale See any of these Salesmen this week CHARLES DEVINE WARREN NELSON BILL GARMAN STOP..LOOK..LISTEN FOUR-DOOR 6 OYUNKRS 19*1 RAMBLER American Moor sedan, overdrive, power steering, bucket seats, radio, white color. I960 CHEVROLET WSCAYNE «) 4-door, both 6-cylinders, radios, clean, engine just overhauled. Choice of white or turquoise, Beauties, 1959 RAMBLER 4-door sedan, standard trans., radio, air conditioning, green finish, Nice. !W9 CHEVROLET 4-door Biscayne, (^-cylinder engine, standard transmission. FOR SPORTS CAR ENTHUSIASTS 1960 CHEVROLET BEL AIR Sports Coupe, 348 V-8 engine, 4-spee4 trimmiwion, radio, tinted glass, extra CkEAN, beige color. See this one today. CNEAPIES 1959 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, akylinder, standard transmission, blue $325 1958 CHEVROLET BEL AIR Sport Coupe, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio. As is for only — $300. 1957 DODGE 4-door, V'8, radio. Bargain at only — $195, 1956 PONTIAC Chieftain Catalina Sport Coupe, V-8, automatic transmission, radio $175, 1955 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4-door, V-8, powerglide, radio $195. TRUCKS 1961 INTERNATIONAL Ms-ton pickup, 6-cylinder, 3- speed, radio, low mileage, good transportation. 1957 CHEVROLET 3-ton truck, 3-speed a*le, 825x30 10- ply tires, heavy duty. Just right for lots of jobs. 1950 INTERNATIONAL Pickup. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Extra Lean, Fresh Daily GROUND BEEF %fl I I W » V •* •• !• I £95-3554 $WK» AND SERVICE AkGONA m Lean Mealy PORK STEAK Pound 39 Boneless Bull PORK ROAST Pound 29 Wilson's Certified Smokies Pkg. 39 Blue Bonnet OLEO 2 L B ALL FLAVORS Reg. Pkg. I QUICK or REGULAR 42 Oz. Pkg. DEL MONTE CHUNK Squat Can TUNA 4ior1 CAL FAME PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 46 Oz. Can DRINK 4<»r1 CYPRESS GARDENS BROKEN SECTIONS No. 303 Can Grapefruit FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE HOST PURPLE No. 2V2 Cen PLUMS 4 f<» 1 6 Ox. 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