Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
Page 8
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I-ALOONA ((»*•) AOVAHCI THURSDAY, Pit. 91, IMS Around Algona by ONIETA DtDRIKStN Phon* 295-2605 Mr and Mn Everett Alden, spent the weekend wllh the letter's parents, Mr and Mis Harvey Steven. Mr and Mr» L. L. Rittr art expecting the letter's children tomorrow to remain for an overnight visit. They are: Dr and Mrs Ted Van Bruggcn, Jant.t and Thomas, Vermiiiion, S. D., with Mr and Mrs Tony VorHoe ven, Deborah and James, of ire- ton. Mr and Mr» Rex Taylor left Tuesday of last week for a short vacation in Texas and the South' west They expected to be home tms coming weekend. Neighbors held a farewell par ty at the Plum Creek Community Hall Saturday evening for the Andrew Millers who are. moving tills week to a larger farm they have bought north .of Clear Lake. Their larm north wesi of town known best as the old Schick place, has been sold to Steve Loss. * Mr and Mrs M. G. Norton spent last weekend at Mankato with the latter's son Chas. Bbe- vers and family who recently moved there from Pocahontas. Mrs Frank Moulton drove to Waterloo to-iday taking foui cheer leaders: Sharon Sundet Lark Whittemore; Sandy Harms, and Sue Moulton, to the State Wrestling Meet In which Algona placed second. They arrived home Sunday noon. Mr* 0, 6. Daw«l went to Minneapolis Friday by bus to sec her father, John Snodgrass, who is now recuperating at homo from recent surgery. She came back Sunday evening. E. J. Evert returned Monday to Falls City, Ncbr., after a few days at home. He is working on Installation of a dicscl engine at the city power plant in t-'alls City where the superintendent is a brother of C. U. Pollard, former city superintendent here. Mr and Mr* A. W. Corey, Dos Moines, were Sunday guests at the R. 1. Mawdslcy home. Mi- Corey, son of the late Arthur A.. Corey, is a cousin of Mrs Mawdslcy. The Rev Myron Talcott, minister of Wesley Foundation at Drake University, occupied the pulpit Sunday at the Methodist church here. He and Mrs Talcott with the two small children they recently .took into their home, came Irom DCS Moines Saturday and remained overnight at the parental Louis Kclley home. Jerry Thuente drove to Storm Lake a week ago Tuesday for a meeting ; of the Executive .Board '61'frame Gold Scouts on which 'he has served for the past seven years. , Los Angeles and San Diego areas and attended the annual Iowa Picnic at Long Beach. Tech. Sgt. Roger Slaglo of the Air Force and his wife arc leaving New Jersey next Wednesday for Germany where he expects to be stationed for three years. Roger has been all over the world during his many years of service but his last assignment has been McOuirc AFB in New Jersey and he and his wife spent Christmas with his parents, the August Singles. John Thuente, who has been convalescing at the home of a daughter in Cherokee from his recent surgery and serious illness, came homo for the weekend, but returned Sunday to Cherokee. Bill Evert, 19, eldest son of Mr and Mrs E. J. Evens, left Tuesday for Dos Moinos where he was to lake examinations for entrance into the Navy In which he enlisted. From there he was sent to San Diego for Boot training. Bill has been attending a Fairbanks-Morse school at Beloit, Wis., while doing dicsel engine work and is hoping to got further diesel training while ho spends four years in Naval service. house on north Woosief Is ftoW listed for sale. Chanhon, the 3Vi m*rttM ild son of Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdslcy, was taken to Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge on Saturday suffering from pheu* monia and will remain there for treatment perhaps through this week. All of the pupils of St, Cecelia's grade school have been working on a project which was completed Monday. Each child was asked to earn something individually in contribution to the Kennedy Memorial Library to be built at Harvard University. Monday morning in a ceremony held in the front hall of the school, the student body marched past a mail box into which they dropped their earnings. When counted it was found to contain $115,00 which was immediately forwarded to Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy as a gift from St. Cecelia to her late husband's memory. HAROLD SUNDET Algona, Iowa Mr. Sundet ranked ninth nationally in new sales among all our representatives for the month of January, 1965, and is a member of the E. C. Dopps Agency, Mason City. THt INSURANCE COMPANY OF LINCOLN, ' Dr and Mrs L. R.' Potter were in Vermiiiion, S. D. from Wednesday to Saturday of last week with their son Don's .family. They went after learning of the illness of their daughter-in-law, Dons, who spent several days in bed with' what was diagnosed as •walking pneumonia,' but was much improved by Saturday. Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett drove : to Webster. City a" week ago Tuesday where Wes spoke at a dinner meeting of Kiwanis Club oh the celebration of the Club's Golden Anniversary. Jim Johnson who formerly iworked: here at the. Kelley Lumber but left last May to take a job at Brooklyn, la., Is now moving, to Jolley where he will manage '•'••; the Westerman Lumber Yard, a place where he began working for the Kelleys while he was still in high school and ,'he and his wife will both be back is, their'old'home area. Rev and Mrs N. M. Coughed- our have returned from a vacation of three weeks spent at Fort Worth. Tex., Tucson and Phoenix, Ariz., and at Lawton, Okla., where they visited a brother of the minister. ' Here from out of town for the funeral on Thursday of their mother, Mrs hrccla Norman were: William Norman, El Corrito, Calif.; Richard Norman, of Seattle; Mr and Mrs Carl Norman, St. Louis; Mr and Mrs Ed Norman, Green Bay, Wis. Two granddaughters here with their nusbands were Mr and Mrs John Walden, Hopkinton; Mr and Mrs Don Thompson, Greenfield, la., also a son-in-law, Clarence Zech and two children, Rockford. While here the children took things from the house which they wished to keep and the After two weeks at Park hospital in Mason City during which she made two trips,to surgery, Mrs L. W. Keith.was brought back Sunday to Gbpd Samaritan home where she. is continuing convalescence . from a broken hip. ' . . There will be a Republican Fund Raising Dinner held Tuesday, March 2, at the Algona Country Club. The speaker will be Robert Rigler, Iowa Senate Minority leader. On Tuesday afternoon a meeting of Kossuth County Republican Women was held at the Hotel Algona. Their theme for 1965 is: To Build, a Symphony of Understanding, and at each session a different phase of music will be stressed. On Tuesday the topic was : —You're a Grand Old Flag. Jihi Peterson, an explorer scout, told of Flag Courtesy and tags pinned on each guest gave information about our Flag/Patriotic music followed by Mesdames Wes Bartlett, Fred Geigel, .arid Geo. Sefrit. Glenn Segcr picked up his daughter Ann at Ames Satuf* day and they drove to Knoxvillc where they attended the funeral of Df Anthony Smith. 65, who hid died suddenly Thursday night from a heart attack. His widow is a coUsiti of Glenn. Dr Smith was on the staff at Veterans' hospital in Knoxville, but formerly practiced at Hampton where he was buried. The Wayne Zeigler family of Marion had Sunday dinner with his parents, the Wilbur Zeig- lers, coming here from Forest City where they had returned Mrs Ted Johnson to her home. She is the mother of the younger Mrs Zeigler and had visited at Marion. To observe Prayer Day on March 5 The World Day of Prayer, ob-, served each year on the first' Friday in Lent and sponsored by United Church Women of the National Council of Churches will '••'. be observed in. Algona March 5, at 2 oclock in the First Methodist'church. This day has a meaningful history of more than : 75 years and began with the vision and dedication of one woman and has grown to involve millions of women in more than 125 countries and areas, of the world. Prayer and the giving for world^wide missions of the church have been the primary purposes'. It traditionally brings people • together across denominational, racial, national and cultural: boundaries. The planning committee met with Mrs Roy riutzell last wee it Monday. Participating were Mrs Mrs .Louis Kelley. First Methodist church; Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom, Good Hope Methodist; Mrs Ted Herbst, Congregational; Mrs Miles Sloniker, First Lutheran; Mrs Jack Fraser, Episcopalian; and Mrs Alwin Huenhold, Presbyterian. 1 ,»' ,<ru '«e$ '"W* "4 NOTHING TO WEAR TO THE GROCERY STORE ?? I* If you are caught without a thing to wear to tho store, let us help you. WE DELIVER FREE OF CHARGE — twice daily — groceries to your door. Just order by phone and:within hours, your groceries will be delivered to you FREE. That solves two problems — what to wear to the store -and how to keep warm .these cold days. End Grocery Phone 54762 -Algona iW »^»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»e»»»»»»»»»»^»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»*»»»»»».»»»e».»»»»e»»»»e Mr and Mrs Herbert Haas got ' home Jast Friday from California. They were away about six weeks, 'spending time in both Why Haven't You opened a Checking Account? is it because you think it's difficult? At the Iowa State Bank in Algona, it takes about 10 minutes. is it because you think you have to maintain a certain balance? Not at the Iowa State Bank. You can have a regulator special checking account with no minimum balance required. is it because you think you don't need one? Consider: checks are sale, checks are convenient, checks are neat and are good for receipts at tax time or any time. You can pay your bills by mail. And you can make deposits in our lobby, or by mail. It's that simple. is it because You never thought of it? Why not think about it now. You can open a checking account with us today. And you'U know where your money goes. OWA ITATI iANK ^HH-i-M.t 11»l'^^^•^^44^^4^^^^^'•^^^-H^•^^•H••I••^•^^•^•1•1•J'1•^ i niVi 11111 v '"••••- •' - " • . , . • ..... .4 , . . ^ )| Partner w ALGONA, MEMBER OF F. P. 1. C. MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM JfflS WAY THIS SPRING! if you are 5'4" or under.,. y ; , •.. There's" a hint of Spring in the air . you might see a robin . . . the days are longer . . . the snow is melting . . . Easter is only six weeks away. 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