Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1965
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4—AUGONA (lew.) ADVANCE M6N5AV. MARCH 1, 1H5 mriT.ni: ":MW : ^I:^ m^^jm&am Bear Facts Byr ANITA NURRE The Freshmen and Juniort took the SCAT Tests last week. The Freshmen had tests on Monday and Wednesday and the Juniors on Thursday and Friday. —GHS— Garrigan's Bears played Graettinger in their first game of the State District Tournaments on Wednesday, Feb. 24. —GHS— The band had several special practices last week in preparation for the annual concert which was held on Sunday, Feb. 28. A large crowd attended the concert. —GHS— It has been announced that this year's operetta will be "Camelot." The operetta will be presented in the latter part of March. —GHS— The CSMC met on Monday, Feb. 22. —GHS— The'Mardi Gras dance, which is sponsored by the Sopohomore class, will be held on Tuesday, March 2. We hope it will be a great success. —GHS— Last week the final payments on the yearbook were collected by the staff. —GHS— Several musical groups have been invited to participate in various festivals. The Tall Corn Festival will be held at Cedar Falls on March 6, and several others will be held in April. —GHS— A Junior Pep Club made up of Freshmen and Sophomores has been organized by the Senior Pep Club. This new club will cheer the Cubs to victory. Ex-Algona woman dies at Clarinda Mrs Eleanor White, former Algona and Corwith resident, died Feb. 18 at Clarinda and services were held there Feb. 22. She was a daughter of the William Fahvays and was born near Corwith. She attended school in Algona. Survivors include six sisters: Jennie Pittman, Everett, Wash.; Margaret Collinson, Des Moines; Edith Falwey, Los Angeles; Anna Bruns, Fontana, Calif.; Dorothy Mare, Mt. Vernon, 111.; and Hazel Knight, Kamiah, Ida.; two half-sisters, Mrs Gladys Myers, Fort Dodge, and Mrs Katherine Hennings, Whittemore, She is also survived by a brother, Ralph Falwey, Reinbeck, and brother-in-law Harry Eggert, Wesley. TAKE FARM TOUR Swea City — The Adult Farm School will tour the Lundell Industries at Cherokee on Wednesday of this week. The group will leave the school about 7 a.m. and those interested are asked to be there promptly that morning. Reception for newlyweds given at Burt Burf — Faculty members, wives and husbands, had a reception Feb. 24 at the Cunningham Tea floom for the Larry Coneys. Jcarleen Conard, band and vocal teacher, and Larry Coney, athletic coach at Burl, were married Feb. 19 at Methodist church, Rev. M. C. Davics, officiating. The Thomas Herricks were the attendants. OFFICERS ELECTED Birthday Circle met Monday with Mrs. Ella Sigsbcc. New officers are: pros., Mrs. Hilda Gross; vice, Mrs. Ella Sigsbcc; scc.-treas., Mrs. Nettie Lavrcnz; assistant, Mrs. Jessie Hash. Gift committee, Mrs. Erma Docgc and Mrs. Clara Van Stcenberg. GRANDSON TO WED The C. B. Chipmans received an invitation to the wedding of their grandson, Wayne Chipman, son of Willis Chipman, Milwaukee. Wayne Chipman and Lorna Albrecht will be married Mar. 6 at the Lutheran church in Medford, Wis. After three years in the Navy he is a sheet metal worker in Milwaukee. She gradated from nurses training last summer. They will live in Milwaukee. BLUEBIRDS CLUB MEETS Burt Bluebirds met Feb. 6 with Diane and Marilyn Person. Feb. 20 was set for Fathers Night. Fun Night was Feb. 27. Jean Lynch is queen candidate and Diane Person is alternate. The committee for booth on 4-II day is Marcia Sodcrberg, Marilyn Person, Jill Smith, Judy Cherland and Jean Lynch. Talks were given by Janet Cherland and Judy Cherland. Mrs. Soderberg talked on architecture. Diane Person led songs and Cynthia Soderberg had games. Reporter is Marilyn Cherland. The B. E. Millers went to Iowa City Feb. 23 and he will have DOES SINUS CONGESTION . . . keep you awake at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you want relief and want it font! And that's just what you get *hen you take SYNA-CLEAU Decongestant Tab. lets. One exclusive "Hard-tore" Tab' let gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give roui.d-t he-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now-get SYNA-CLEAR in the blue and while carton today. Satisfaction guarantiee. At your druggist's. And remember, SVNA-CLEAR relief la&ls longer, so it actually costs lesg. SVNA- ^^a& ipwp iwiipfl^^^j ^ ^d^ n check up at University hospital. Alvina Hasse accompanied them to sec her sister, Ruth Hasse, a patient there. She returned by bus. The Frank Flaigs, Mrs. C. W. Hecrdt and Mrs. Gertrude Ack- ertnan went to liritt Feb. 22 to visit Estcl Ackcrman a patient at the hospital. He fell and hurt his knee which had to bo tapped and also had surgery for a hernia. Clara Van Slecnberg, Lottie Iscnbcrgcr and the Win. Batts attended the golden wedding of the August Petersons in Swea City Feb. 21. Mrs. Van Slecnberg poured. The Kenneth Grahams and Ralph, Mason City, were guests Monday at Jay D. Graham's. Guests on Feb. 21 were the Glenn Grahams, and Christy Olsons, Blooming Prairie, Minn. The latter couple attended the Albert Olson golden wedding at Algona. Guests Sunday at Will Gifford's were the Marvin Marlows, Lone Rock, Martin Smiths, Richard Robinsons, Algona, for Mrs. Marlow's birthday. Howard Salisbury, Wayne Mann and Bob Hamilton attended a sales dinner at Hotel Hanford, Mason City, Feb. 24. The Duanc Dittmers have a 5 Ib. 7 oz. daughter, Valeria Ann, born Feb. 23, at St. Ann hospital. Grandparents are the Ray Drcm- mcls and A. J. Dittmers. Homer Sabin returned home recently from the Britt hospital and is improving. The Wilfred Woltzes took care of the Burt hardware while the Roy Andersons attended a meeting in St. Paul, Minn. Winners at Burt hardware were Jerry Kissncr, Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Mrs. Helen Wciske, Mrs. Ella Meyer and Mrs. Wilbur Docgc. The Good Will truck will be in Burt March 10. Leave material at Methodist parsonage garage before that date. Vernal Koestler left Saturday for Pcnnsaukcn, N. J., for two weeks training on I.B.M. machines. He will then be employed in Washington, D. C. Feb. 21 the Odey Cherlands and Julian Cherlands attended the golden wedding of the Albert Olsons in Algona, at the First Lutheran church. A birthday party fof the Ju* lian Cherlands was held Sundiy at Odey Chcrland's. Guests were the Gerald Soderbergs, Ed Tig* geses, Jim Coadys, Art Persons, and Bernard Tiggeses. Jean Mescher, Patsy Zwiefel, Bob Melville and Richard Geb> ken took college tests at Em* mctsburg Feb. 20. The Donald Ringsdorfs left by plane from Mason City Wednesday to visit her brother, the Lee Braytons, in New York. The Fred Jennings will stay on the farm while "they are gone. Thursday Mrs. Bob Seefeld and Bret took Mrs. Lulu Rings- clorf, Mrs. Amelia Polhemus and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf to Swea City to visit the W. B. Shiplers. Wilma Fairbanks, Thecla Christenscn, Cclia Scott, Neoma Thompson and Wantalee Haw- colt attended a luncheon Feb. 20 for the democratic woman's club at the Algona Country Club. Mrs. Delia McKim hat return* cd from Iowa City where she was under treatment a month and will return to the university hospital again March 9 for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Heinen were visited last week Sunday by their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry St. John of Barnum. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson went to Estherville Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Egel. Mrs. Egel was recently dismissed from the Holy Family hospital there for removal of her gall bladder. She is making very good recovery. Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Matl Bormann went to Bode Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs; Lawrence Thilgcs and Matt Kellner, father of Mrs. Thilges, who makes his home there. ; The Frank Ryersons started Feb. 22 on a trip to Citra, Fla., to visit their daughter Joyce, the W. J. Crosbys. FOREIGN SERVICE — Dorothy Naudzius, formerly of Cedar Falls, has been accepted as a secretary with the U. S. Department of State. She arrived in Vienna, Austria Feb. 6 where she began a two year assignment with the American Embassy. 50th wedding is planned at Swea City Swea-Eagle — There Will be an open house for the golden wedding of the Ole Johansons, Swea City, at the Social Mall of the Immanuel Lutheran church, March 7, from 2 to 5 p.m. No other invitations are being sent. This is sponsored by their children, the Arthur Glauses, Portland, Ore., and Everett Johansons, Swea City. The Russell Strayers had as guests at 500 Saturday at Ceylon the Dennis Hoiens, Arnv strong, Holger Svendsons, Ceylon, Hugh Meiers, Fairmont, Gene Yackles and Wayland Robinsons, Dolliver, Arlo Krunv wiedes, Ledyard, Johnie Tobins, Wendell Ditsworths and Kenneth Brones, Swea City. Mrs. Svendson and Wendell Ditsworth won high, and Mrs. Meier and Kenneth Brones low. The Johnie Tobins had their card club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Laverne Larson and Wallace Dawson received high scores. Callers at the Truman Johnsons during the week were Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Gail, Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Fenton, and the Beryl Bromleys, Fairmont. . Mrs. Mervin Johnson had eight boys as guests for Lewis's birthday Feb. 17. Guests were David Maus, Brian Wasmoen, Bruce Van Berkum, Craig Dontje, Larry Sanffcner, Werlyn Burt, Michael Lockwood and Mike Looft. The Johnie Tobins visited the Frank Spears, Sherburn, last Wednesday. Saturday visitors at Dettmer Thompson's were the Rev. Andy Swansons, Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Reuben Ohlson, Cherokee. They also called at E. E. Thompson's. Rev. Swanson gave the sermon at the Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. Swanson is the form'er Alice Swanson. A discussion group met at Harold Jones' Saturday. Others in the group were the Weldon Brandt* and the Virgil Jensens. The Cetil Thofesons, Vefnon Pehrsons and Maurice Johane- sott wefe at Glett Olson's Friday as a discussion group. the Of fnal Quinns visited her family, the Henry stoners, Laurens, Sunday. The William Gieses Jr., Algona, were Sunday guests of the William Gieses, Sr. The August Robinsons, Clif* ford Beadles were Tuesday guests at Tony Lohse's for their 55th wedding. Mrs. Vern Mortensen phoned from Hutchison, Minn. Couple from Connecticut wed at Bode Bode — Sharon Kathleen Murphy, daughter of the Henry Murphys, Manchester, Conn., and Stephen Edward Kraabel, Hartford, Conn., son of the Pastor M. O. Kraabels, Bode, were married at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode. Pastor Kraabel officiated. Mrs. David Engel was organist and Michael Palm, a college classmate of the groom, sang. The groom's twin brother John of Chicago was best man, and Paul Gjerstad, Iowa City, and Edward Malmin, Rutland, en in marriage by Lincoln M«y\ Hartford; and his wife;, Shirley, was the bride's attendant. Pastor and Mrs. Kraabel were hosts at a dinner at Treloar's in Fort Dodge for the brida were ushers. The bride w« giv- pirty, their laffiity, Mrs. Etfwwd Malmin and the Lid Holland*, fhe Stephen Kfa&bels Will spend § few days in Wishing* ton, D, C if before going to Hirt* ford, where he is an actuary for the Traveler's ins. Co. $200 - $300 $400- $500 $50 • $100 $600. $100 $1000 Up To $5000 Prepare NOW 'or tht coming month*! • Repair Your Home • Consolidate Your Debt* • Winter Needs • Buy A Better Car • Pay Taxes • Any Purpose Payments extended in event of unemployment or sickness. 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MEDICARE Three-fourths of the people — a recent Gallup Poll discovered — DO NOT know the facts about "MEDICARE." It is important for you to know what's in this government package. "MEDICARE" is the popular name for the KING-ANDERSON Bill, now before Congress. This bill would INCREASE payroll taxes on all wage-earners and their employers. It would hit hardest those least able to pay. The $5,600-a-year worker would pay as much tax as the $75,000 executive. "MEDICARE" would offer LIMITED hospital!, zation and nursing home care and SOME diagnostic and home nursing services to everyone over 65 — the wealthy, as well as those in need. "MEDICARE" would not cover physicians' services or surgical charges. It would not cover drugs outside the hospital or nursing home. It would not cover x-ray or other laboratory services not connected with hospitalization. DOES 'MEDICARE' COVER COST: Of All DrufiT Of Miyiicimif Of Iur t ttniT Of HoipifeU •ty«nd to D«y>T Of Nurtini H«IMI l*y*nd 40 D«yiT ELDERCARE Before Congress RIGHT NOW is the HERLONG-CURTIS ELDERCARE BILL the best answer to the health care needs of the elderly. ELDERCARE would cover hospital and nursing home charges AND physicians' services, surgical costs, drugs in and out of hospitals — MEDICARE would not. ELDERCARE would cost taxpayers far less than compulsory MEDICARE. It would not spend your tax dollars to provide benefits for the wealthy. ELDERCARE would be financed by federal and state funds through the KERR-MILLS MAA Program, which is functioning effectively in Iowa, Each person 65 or more would obtain an insurance policy for medical and hospital care. Some would pay nothing. Others would pay part of the cost of their policies, depending on their incomes. To apply, an elderly person would merely submit a simple income statement, ELDERCARE matches dollars with need, It DOES NOT spend millions of tax dollars to provide for those who are able and, who prefer to take care of themselves. ELDERCARTTOT _______ Of Pru|«T Of MiyiMsniT Of Sur««eniT Of Mtlfritol* THE SENSIBLE APPROACH TO PROVIDING HEALTH CARE tor our Iowa Citizens who are 65 or more, please ask your Congressman to support the bill. Since this measure is now under consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives, you are, yrged. to let your Congressman knew ypyr thoughts immediately, You may want tp sign the prepare^ note below and, mail it 9$ shown, or, better yet, send a personal note, Either way, <te it tgday, Dear, Please support the Herlong-Curtis EtPERCARi Bill (H.R. 3727), After comparing the alternatives, I believe that providing a wide range of health angl 'medical benefits to those who need help, as ELDERCARE dpes, is mpre desirable than providing limitecj hospital ization benefits igr everyone, rich, ancj pppr alike, as MEDICARE does, Thank- ypy, Sincerely yours, US a me; U. i, REPRESENTATIVE* FROM IOWA District 1. John R. Schmidhauser District 2- John C. Culver District 3. H. R. Gross District 4. Bert Bandstra District 5. NealSmith District 6. Stanley L. Qreigg 7. Jchn R. : Honorable (full name) of Repre sentativesi Washington 25, D.& Carat? Medical

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