Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 11
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man dies at Illinois home Wh|M«miif*>- Relatives here received word last Thursday pf the death of a cousin, Joe Gangloff, 82; Metamore, 111. Mrs. GartglPifj formerly Was employ- led at O'Brien and Geeian store in Whittemore and was a brpth< ei of the late Mrs. J. V. Elbert. Me has been selling Watkirts and one brother, .survive; f utter- al services were held Satufd'ay, Bits At weiFiiwift 1 word Sunday a'tterhoon' of the sudden death of his, bt other <iti< law Elyiii •'RolffoU 'MT'W&t Bend, who died Sunda of Mrs.- Ffa.nk Schtimftcii- 'etj brother bite tifimY f$. H*-, '•• P- -* v' .< V"- * ••; ''-"-^ i nJt'f* * *i •'; M , MINOS CA« ftA^K Va1idt;~dalviH Vaudt, Eugene Vatidt and Warrefi Wocid left Wednesday fof •-——-*- *tk • ' •'*_ » •• « % jt K • 'a 1 ** left Wednesday fof Isjifijphidp, fii., to get\te Waltier Vaudt FT"?" iv 1 " iiV7k u """vs* pv ••"" bai 1 ahd ibfefsohal belongings ™>*!te; Mr, ttolfsoti wal iH 4 Mfti yhitti were ''left there •fdllb'wing nershijj in the Al and Jftdk's the sudden death of Mrs/WaV grocery store in West Befid. tef Vaiidt wHlfe Utere on vaca- Funeral service^''•' were Tuftd at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at West fiend Methodist church With burial in the West Bend ceriietery. ATTEND FUNERAL ' th'e frank ; Sch'umachers and Eddie Schumachers, Algona, ne nas peen selling watKins, Eddie scnumacners, Algona, The Wni.Meyersn had their products 30 years. Two sisters went to Fetiton Monday for the ca rd'club Sunday. Alfred Meyeir, ^^^^^^^^^^»«_^_^——_i^«^^^^^M Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Lawrence Paul streit, at Mankato Commercial college, spent the week- eti'd at home. Other Sunday guests 1 at George Slreit's were the Edward Streits, Wallingford. The Wrii. Meyers tt'Wad their ••'»*,* •. '-'tj •; « .'i -" * • jf_ i T 1' t •> '. " L. Attendant 44 , Frost-Free "Colder Cold" Cooling in >oth Refrigerator and 119-Lb. "Freezer Sections . . . Never Defrost Again! , Full Width Vegetable Crisper holds % bushel of vegetables. Full Width, Full Depth Shelves let you reach to every corner. Special 2- Position Shelf is adjustable. Handy Butter Keeper is conveniently located in the doo'r . . . holdX one pound. Plus: Removable Egg Server, Interior Light^ Easy Open Latches, (w) Built-in Quality. OUR PRICE $249.50 w/trade Engstrom Appliances ftoeber, Lawrertce Meyer and MrsY Wm. Ostwald won prizes. The Mike Koppens had the E arid K'club Sunday evening. Mrs. P. W. Kollasch fell Sunday evening and injured her right elbow. Mrs. S. Twedt, Armstrong, is yisiting at her son "Larry's and family. Herman Lauck went to Rochester, where he. will go thru the clinic. Nancy Zohbon had eighth grade girls of West Bend school at a post-Valentine party MOIJ- day at her parents, the Joe Zohbons. Her mother and grandmother served lunch. Dianne Weber entered St; Ann hospital Thursday. The Twelve-at Two club met Tuesday at Mrs, Georee J. Elbert's. Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs. James B. Geeian and Mrs. Leo Valters won prizes. Mrs. Lewis )uffy was a guest. Father Cletus Sullivan. Carmelite Missionary, will conduct i mission in St! Michael's Cath- jUc church this week from Feb. 21 to Saturday. ' The Ch'as. G. Kpllasches had Jliib 18 Tuesday. Jim Butler, tfrs.' Bill Besch, George 'Streit, ilrs. Elmer Elbert. Harold McDonnell arid Mrs. Bill'Besch won jrizes. Crawfish Bottom card club mel Tuesday at Ed Besch's. Ed Besch Mrs. Herman" Kollasch, Jim Besch arid Mrs. M,J/ Erdman wori prizes. The Good Will truck will be In town soon. Ariyorie haying articles to donate deliver to the Mrs. Mary Stairibropk home or call her by March 1. The Milford Elberts had thei card club Sunday. G. C. Loe bach', Mrs. Art' Elbert, Arnol Fischer and Tom Loebach Cathy Steele, daughter of the James Steeles, Algona, was ohe of the attendants chosen for ie Valentine Dance at N.B.T. Jollege Feb. 17 in Sioux City. lie Sweetheart : cpurt Was at- 115 E. State Ph. 295-7153 ALGONA eridant Jean Combes of Nema- na; and Queen Mary liska '6f Ute, and Cathy Steele, attendant. low. .Tom Loebach played i! his mo'ther's-'place. The Frank Rekarski's had th Pinochle, club^ Mon'day: Leo W? ters, Mrs. 'Gertrude Kollasch Vaughn and Otto filbert vyere Sunday visitors at Sett fuch- sen's, West Bend. The Louis El- betts, Pocahpntas, wefe also guests. Roy and Janies Elbert took theif uhcle, Vincent Elbett to Des" Moines Mdnddy and he entered Veterans hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert is a patient in St. Ann "hospital since Monday. Cletus Mueller went to Excelsior Springs, Mo.; Monday for surgery. He also plans to visit the Harley Wills, Kansas City. Simon Elbert was taketi to Rochester; tyinn. Tuesday to go through the clinic. Sunday guests at Leo J. Elbert's were "the Glen Gildings, Cedar Falls, George Kjars, Rodman, Andrew LaUbenthals, Algona, and Mrs. Christina Salz. Linda Meyer, Masott City was a weekend guest at home. The Wm. Ostwalds and Dale Bells visited Mrs: Eugerie Walker and David fpi- their birthdays Tuesday at LaUrens. | | The Ollie Frendahls, Algona,! 'were Sunday, guests at Martin, Zimmerman's. I Sunday guests at Elmer El-1 bert's for their wedding anniversary and Jerome Forey's birthday 'were th'e Richard Johnsons, Mission Valley, Arnold Havermanns, Carroll, Ken Poep- pes, Emmetsburg, arid Jerome Foreys, Spencer. ' . The Willis Strueckers were ;uests Sunday pf her parents he Ferdinand Ostwalds. The Wilbur Kn'echts were supper fohn Marte, Mrs. Leo Walters ind Frank Piekarski won prizes. Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch had he Grandmother's club Monday, firs. Ralph Fandel and Mrs. John Erpelding won prizes. The Frank Brinks, Bancroft, we're Sunday guests of her parents, the George Genglers. Mrs. Brink, R.N., who has been working 12 years in St. Ann hospital has handed in her resignation and will take over the management of the rest home in Bancroft. The Ralph Fandels were Sunday guests at Gene Nichols', Algona, for Ralph's birthday Other guests were the Wm. Me Quires. The Paul Schrauths, Bancroft visited her mother, Mrs. Cath erine Origer, Sunday. The Clair Hildmans, Wesley were Sunday visitors with her parents, the Joe Priesters. The Leo Walters, Mrs. Dick Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! Portland Mrs Victor Fitch TICE PRICE SCHEDULE (Prices subject tb^change without notice) < . Bulk, gal«. Half Gals, glass—,-—-: — - .43 Half gal. pa per _-.. --------- .45 Quart, paper ; ------ ------------ .«4 Vita-Pak (2%) half gal. ------ - .41 Chocolate Milk Heat and serve for delicious hot chocolate Quart paper ---- ,28 Skim milk, qt. _._— ^ ------- — -.-.Ji Half «nd Half, P'nt „_.:_.— -—,14 Whipping Cream >esf|»My jn ffwo, H«H *«"» — *« Fruit drink, *PAI» 9«M H*M !•!• - - 3J Cheese Cottage cheese, 10 Ibs, _.._— 2.55 Cottage eheej., 2 lb», ------ — .» Cottage cheese, 12 01. ------------ ,2« American and prtcets cheese spread, 2 Ifcf, — - ------ ^-- LOO let Crtiin («n ordtr) Half gal. ----- _;. ----------- —-,11 5 qt, Plaitic , -,- .._- -------- Dixircupi, 3 01. ----------- r .- ,07 r * tif — r-^-r- 'JJ flices _.^.- ------- ,1! Ivtttr Current Mtrkft Pri«t crtim NOT BE UNDERSOLD The Consolidated Cooperative Creamery is offering home delivery service to all thf housewives of Algona. We load our products fwice daily which are produced and processed by local area people. Sam Haag is proud to >e the man on the delivery services and WELCOMES ALL NEW BUSINESS from pew and old friends. We have ALL dairy products available including ice cream. For large users we have <» n?w Dispenser can service at bulk prices. FOR EMERQENPY SERVICE AT ANY TIME AT HOME CALL SAM HAAG, 295 2102 WE OREMIAVAHABU AT THI HOME *T ANY TIMS For FREE SAMPLE of Products and Services CAU l»MI« AI.60NA w -MM1 WHITTfMOKi The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon. Feb. 18, in the home of Eva Shipler vith Vera Fitch assistant hos- ess. Sixteen members were >resent: Arlene Wood, Viola Becker, Grace Trenary. Sarah Stewart, Myrtle Zwiefel. June Krull, Hazel Steven, June Sparks, Ethel Smith, Hilma Carlson, Flossie Bartlett. Edith Jandl, Marieta Zwiefel, Eya Shipler, Vera Fitch and Margaret Govern. Roll call: "A tribute to Lincoln or Washington." The program was in charge of the program committee, Ethel Smith, Hazel,Steven and Flossie Bartlett. They did a very gooo job reviewing some ancient history, that we all enjoyed. Kprene and Judy furnished the music. Fun Time was in charge of Arlene Wood and Edith Jandl, Hazel Steven Viola Becker and Edith Jand winning prizes. Margaret Govern and Eva Shipler each received a birthday present from ;heir secret sister, the next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, March 25, instead of VTarch 18, previously scheduled, because of the lesson, "A look at new fabrics and accessories", Betty Miller and Hilma Carlson, hostesses. Fun time will be furnished by Eva Shipler and Vera Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Zwiefel went to Fort Dodge Wednesday evening, where they dined at Trelpar's this was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough's 28th wedding anniversary. Mr, and Mrs, Bilsborough were married Feb. 17, 1937. Kenneth S a r c h e 11, Jesse Harms, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch were those going from Portland Township on the bus tour of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa and the Farmers Elevator MuUial Insurance Co., at Des Moines, It was a very interesting tour, everyone enjoying themselves very much, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Zwiefei visited in the Jake Meyer home, Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Huber of Titonka spent Monday at the Earl Zwiefel home. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Govern were Monday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and girls were Wednesday evening juef ts in the Dwight Ruse home. This was in honor of the wed' ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ruse and also Mr. and Mrs. Fitch, Both anniversaries fall on Feb 17 M>, and Mrs. Harold Fitch called at the Victor Fitch home Wednesday evening and spent a few minutes at the Dwight Ruse home, before tending to some business in Titonka. and Mrs. Monte MUlman 35th wedding observed by Seneca pair Seneca — There were 200 at the open house for the Merle Culbcrtsons Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Uingsted for their 35th wedding. Mrs. Russell Iloicn had charge of a short program of devotions by Pastor Stanley Hanson, readings, by Mrs. Thorvald RasmUs- sen, son_s hv the yo'inpor gro'io of grandchildren and thf. oMer group, songs by the Ringsted high school mixed quartette. Dining room hostesses wern Mrs. John Gonrich (Lnrnn). nnd Mrs. Donald (Kathleen) O-'n^d. Marsha Lnngerman and O^Usi Ganpestad had thi pnost hnoV and Mrs. Darrel (Sandra) Walsh and Connie Culbertson displayed the gifts. Mrs. Gary Culbort^on and Mrs. Hans Hanson servnd cake. Mrs. Francis Culb°rtson nnd Mrs. Gordon Cnlb°H«!on notif«d. Kitchen hosts included th n Oraid Finks. Garv Movers, Eidnn Cumminses and Mrs. Lylc Hedge. Guests were from M^ona, Spirit. Lake, Fairmont. R'ithv«n, T^rril. Ayrshire. Esth^rville, ' Emmetsbure. Fenton. Seneca, •agley, Rurt, lone Rock. Arm- trone. Ellsworth, THonka. Alert City, Spencer, Spirit Lake, krmstrone. and Colorado Brings. Colo. The children were all nrf»R«».nt vith the excont'on of 5Wrl°v. ,vho lives in California, and Syl- 'ia whose home is in Chicago ind who was unable to come be- •ause of illness'in the family. suth Horn? Economist, who •with her family will be teaying soon for Alabama;, where he husband is in research wort? at Auburn University. A program was given by Eagle-ettes and the Swea- Harrison 4-H club. Mrs. Morgan was given a purse of money as a farewell gift. Mrs. Morgan Tennyson Jr., nnd children, Truman, Minn., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Lepna Osborn. The Robert Lynch"es had their card club Saturday evening. ; Mrs. Cecil Baldwin had the Jolly Jokers cliib at her home Thursday. I The Ted Jensens spent Thurs- dav in Des Moines. I The Delmar Fischers were hosts to a group for discussing financing public services. Present were the John Jphannesens, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Hugh Walsh, Albert Klien and Roman Rickes. They met again Tuesday at Roman Ricke's and will meet Tuesday at John Johannesen's. Mrs. Nina Kracht is visiting friends in Arizona and other western states. Her daughter, Linda Sue, is staying at Robert Fortney's. ?•••••••**••••,?••?*?•*;*•••••* SWEA EAGLE Mrs. Kenneth Pr«ne» ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, PE6. M, IMS ATTEND FAREWELL Mrs. Art Bergum and the Henry Loofts went to Algona Tuesday for a farewell onen house 'or Mrs. Norma Morgan, Kos- Mrs. Truman Johnson returned after eight days at the hospital at Estherville, where she had foot surgery. The Carl Schaubergers attended the funeral for h»r ii"rH Francis Walsh, 58, at Holy Family Catholic church at Mason City, Saturday. He is survived by three sons and his wife. Mr. Walsh died suddenly of a heart attack. He had not been ill previously. He is a former Ledyard resident. One discussion group met at Dettmer Thompson's last Wednesday. Present were Reuben Holcomb, Merlin Carlsofi and the Glen Clarks. Anothef discussion groun met at the Cecil There- son home consisting of the Thoresons, Glenn Olsons, Vernon Pehrsons. Maurice Johane- sons and Orville Thoreson. Ths Darold Gabels, Lofigmofit, Colo., have their first child born ,Feb. 9. Melissa. 7 Ibs. and 5 07. Mrs. Lillian Gabs! is the child's | grandmother. Other grandparents live in New York, i Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, Christmas Soals chairman for North Kossuth, would like to receive the r^st of the Christmns seals receipts which are now due. Donations can still he made! Rev. Cain. Mrs. Efvin Link, Mrs. Lvnn Pulver and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended an as sociat.ion rnoetine at the Baptist church at Fort Docile. Wednesday guests at Gene Thompson's were the Elmer Franks nnd Lynn Puiyers. ami Sunday, her parents, the'Walter ' Minos, wore guests. The Percy" Tornpws, Armstrong, wr" Quests after church Sundnv at G<me Thompson's". IHcli Tbnr-son had fjye girls for h»r b'rthdnv Faturdfiv. for an afternoon of sledding.' Guests were Rovanne B'usch 1 . Becjcy Roberts. Janice Schwartz,'Mary Kay Korkler and Evelyn Person. H"idi's birthday is Valen- tinc's Day. Take PROVO tab,'<jts when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES - PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these -discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters." Honsbruch Drug • Algona j tt " What are the most important things you want when you buy a drying tank? /. Cost — This seems to be one of the big things w« all consider. We know that Behlen Drying Tanks are the lowest cost Drying Tanks op the market. Drying Tank costs should be figured on a per/bushel basis. You should first figure the tank structure, erection and concrete foundation and determine the cost of the actual drying tank. All augenng and handling equipment should not enter into this cost as this really is a different item, and is purchased strictly as labor savings equipment, and the bigger the augers and motors, naturally th.e higher the cost will be, however it wi|l also be faster capacity. You will get what you pay for. When you buy the fan, he«t unit and motor, we find there is absolutely nothing at cheap as a Behlen Unit. There are'so many extras "that come with a Behlen Drying Umt thjy should be itemized. , . A. All steel instrument panel which bolts on the side qf the tank. This includes: main switch box, Manometer, humility gauges, Hi f Lo temperatMre controls, huniidistat control, stop and start switch, 2 fused 110 V plug openings, fan motor starter, and this stee| instrument panel I'm sure would cost $100 if you were to buy it seperately. The motor comes pre-wired to the control panel so this will save you electrical hook-up expense when unit is installed. 2. Performgnce Consolidated pei ive SAM HAAG, HOME DELIVERY SERVICE ***** 9*9*t f"**^' .TTT.TT-r^.- V ,.-,--. - _-of Burt weye Tuesday evening visitors to the Egrl Zwefel hom§. Mr- an4 Mrs. Earl Stott of HtpnKii W?re Thursday morning callers. Myrtle Stilt? and Florence ""'"" 'were Thursday noon visitors in the pwental Bay Fitch home. Florence has a badly sprained, hand as § result of i fall on some ice. "More people are rup down by gossip msn by automobiles AT THi ADVANCE We know that we are putting in most cases, large 10, 15, and 20 H.P. fan and motor unite on our Drying Tanks. The only reason we do this is to make your drying speed faste? and cheaper, We must gear our drying tanks to your daily harvesting rate from the field and your overall acreage to be driej per season. We also must look ahead 5 - 10 years, and be sure our Behlen Drying Tanks will do the jofc then thjit you will want them to do. You don't trade off Drying Tanks like cars or tractors and pu«t consider this when you buy one. We know there are many competitive companies today who are making big claims for -toe Small fans and motors they use. Tht facts are they don't have anything bigger to M\\. .You can't send a boy to do a man's, job." Tfie only way they will match the capacity of a Behlen Drying Unit will be when they start incorporating 10!-15. 20H.P. motors, larger J9'^»0g, into their drying units. They will also be forced to use concrete Plenum openings like peh- len in their floors or something similar to handle the larger volumes of air-. . I've noted many people (qualified observers), statp thjjt Behlen was the only engmeeyed^djy. ing tank on thei market, and to my knowledge this is certaply true still in 1965. Prope* engineering is your guarantee that you are biiying a unit which will have performance,.capacity, low operational, costs and long life. 3. A toco/ Dealer :&v^,&»^ quality praJuct, .nd it a company ytJ kutw will be in .wsiness for years to comt. So add ill thtse thing, up -nd W h«t ^ you have in • Bfhltn Prymg Tank? 1. Low original cost, 2. Option*! Quality Hi-spee^ grain handling augers. ,...,. . 3. Large fan, and^ m«t«rV ~ Lower drying cost per bushel with high performance drying speed, 4. Locil Defler with wmtryftion and operatin 9 wp«rience which will ffvt ftV money, f, Fin.ncing on »ny product wt stll — Mw int*rt«t rates, 3 to 5 yeari, S« «ft Tiylor'f today, let them ffoMrt • drying tank up for yovr firm. We havt a »U« for tvtrytnfi Taylor Implement €9. "YOU* Phillip* ALOONA

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