Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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Brownies and Girl scouts at Burtmeet Burt « lunch room 26 at the school the Junior Girl Scouts and the Brownie Scouts had Dad's Night with a pot luck supper. Fifteen Junior Scouts and two leaders and fifteen Brownies and three' leaders and fathers Were present. Guests from No, Iowa Girls Scout Council, Mason City* Mrs. Gertrude Pick, director and Mrs. Marge Fuller, field director, were present. The welcome was by Cynthia Patterson, a flute duet was by JoLynn Scheer and Nancy Herrick, and flute and clarinet duet by JoLynn Scheer and Carol Sill. Brownies had a puppet show of three fairy tales. Supt. Take PROVO tab^ts 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. Hontbruch Drug • Algona fiurmelstef showed film, The World Outdoors. Sfowhie leaders &re Mrs! James Fties, Mrs. Lucille Behrends, Mrs. Chas. Grubb. Jr. Girl Scout leaders are Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. George Becker. CUB SCOUTS MEET Cub Scouts Blue and Gold banquet was held Feb. 2? at the school with a pot luck supper. Cub Scout families were represented. Guests were the Dale Lockwoods, Mrs. Flora Bradley and Mrs. Guy Giddings Sr. The ipening was by Den It with a andlelight flag ceremony. Dale jockwood gave a talk, and a eading was by Florence Spear. Jniform inspection with David ianson scoring. Den t gave the closing song. John Lavrenz, Den received a gold and a silver arrow. Bruce Hanson is assistant denner. David Devine received a silver arrow. David Hanson appointed denner and Mark Lavrenz assistant denner, Cub Scout leader is Darrel McFarland and Den Mothers are Mrs. Harley Hanson, Mrs. Wm. Giddings, Mrs. Ray Devine and Mrs. Ray Lavrenz. Armande Michelle, daughter of the Michael Scotts, was bap- tised Feb. 28 at Burt Methodist church, Rev. M. C. Davies officiating. Guests at the Dean Andrews home were the Michael Scotts, Louis Scotts, Celia Scott, the Dale Struthers, Doan, and the Henry Mertzes, Wesley. Guests Feb. 28 at Billy Gifford's, Lone Rock, for their son 40th wedding Lorena and John Riebhoff, daughter and son of the Lance Riebhoffs are inviting all relatives and friends to a Fortieth wedding reception for their parents. It will be March 14 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Burt Methodist church. A service of Praise and Thanksgiving will be held at the church at 3 o'clock. The reception will be in the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Riebhoff were married March 14, 1925 at Webster City. Betid W.S.C.S., as district offr cers. the Walter Rentzes were guests Feb. 2? at his brother Holland Rentz's, Fort Dodge. Sunday Alfred M. Rente, Mason City, was a guest of his brother Walter Rehtz. The Leonard Stenzels, Rev. Bruce Calbreaths, Robert An- guses, Russell Pattersons and Roscoe Mawdsleys attended the area Mariners meeting Sunday at the Algona Presbyterian church. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet March 4 at the church. Hostesses are Geneva Rusher, Ivadell Riggert and June Bierstedt. Market basket, Melinda Meyer, Verona Schmidt Ann Reimers. L.W.M.L. Day of Prayer is March 5 at Algona. U & I Circle will meet March 9 with Evelyn Angus. Roll cal is a pet peeve. Members are to bring cookies or candy for ser vice men's Easter box. Friday at 2 p.m. World Da> of Prayer will be observed at the Methodist church in cooperation with Presbyterians. March 10 the Good Will true comes. ALOONA (law*) At>VANCE-5 THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1W5 Brian's 10th birthday were the Will Giffords and Mrs. C. M. Gross. Mary Jean Andrews and Lorraine Campney were guests Feb. 24 at the luncheon of the West t \ \ \ \\\\ \ '65 DODGE POLAR A MOVE UP/MISTER, WITHOUT PAYING ANY MORE Thinking seriously about moving up? 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Elected to lead Wesley church group Wesley — Two area men, 'Yanklin Bode and Alvin Becker have been re-elected president and vice-president of the Holy Name of the St. Joseph parish. Bill Goetz was elected secretary to succeed Mike Vitzthum and Lyle Hirner, treasurer hat morning at 10 o'clock. A Girl Scout style show will held in the Cofwith gym Monday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. Annetta Cook, Britt, who caches in the Corwith-Wcsley chool, fell on ice last week and dislocated a shoulder. Charles Froelich was brought ionic Saturday from St. Ann lospilal where he had been several days following a slight stroke. A daughter, Mrs. Marie licke, Williams, and a son-in- aw and daughter, the Eugene tfubcrs, Algona, visited him anc the Carl Froelichs, where he makes his home, Sunday. The Reese Martins, Farming ton, spent the Feb. 21 weekenc with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman, their daughter, the Don Hauptmans, Wesley, and with another daughter, the Jim Bleichs, Spencer. The 2 Ib. 1C oz. girl, Jae Ella, born Dec. 1[ to the Bleichs is expected to b released from the hospital soon Ted Trunnelle Was admittet to St. Ann hospital, Algona, Sun day for medical care. A family dinner was held Feb 25 at Stanley Simpson's for hi :x-Algona woman dies in Illinois Services for Mrs. Ralph Win <el, 64, former resident of Algona, were held Saturday, Feb 28 at Immaculate Conception church in Morris, 111. Mrs. Win <el passed away Thursday night at the Morris hospital following a heart attack one hour before. Mary Edna Sullivan was born daughter of Ed and Mary Wagoner-Sullivan, was born July 30, 1900 at Corwilh. Her father died in a farm accident while threshing grain within a day or two alter Tier birth. Her education was received at Algona, where she grew to womanhood. On April 19, 1922 she was united in marriage to Ralph Winkel at Algona. The couple established their home here, where they resided a number of ydnrs, before moving to Mor ris. They had six children, 4 son Spurgeons were guests Sunday Mrs. Vic Dau won prizes. Mrs. Lucy Besch spent Sunday at her son Joe's, at the parental A. B. Buscherfeld's. The Leroy Elberts were weekend guests in Spirit Lake at Les Miller's. The women are sisters. Mary Jane Besch, Briar Cliff, Sioux City, spent the weekend at home. Mrs. Jane Alig was an over nitc guest last Thursday of Mrs Tillic Waldschmidt in Algona Friday both with Mrs. Emma Hilbert, Algona, were guests at Ifred Semon's. The Carl Kummerfelds, Ruth en, were guests Saturday a Vayne Bell's. Wilferd Schmeling had sur ery in Lutheran hospital, For )odge, Thursday. The Lawrence Kirches had th ust For Fun club Sunday. Nor nan Lane, Mrs. Carman Adams Albert Kramer and Mrs. C. A )erncr won prizes. The Lorenz Gadcs had thei inochle club Sunday. The Her umachs, Reuben Butzke an birthday and that of his moth-'and 2 daughters: Florence, Ber r, Mrs. Chloie Simpson. Stanley nerd, Thressa, George, Leo and vas absent/as he was taken that Duane. Mrs. Winkers body wa morning to Mercy hospital, Ma- brought to the Boughton Fun son City, for .'examination, and efal Home, Britt, Saturday eve ,ests. ' f . '. • • , ning. Interment took place Mon L. L. Lease is substituting for day morning in the family lo two weeks oh a.rural mail route at St. Mary's Cemetery, Corwith for Everett'.'Anderson., 1 The'An- Mrs. Winkel.is survived by he dersons, Algonay are visiting rel- husband; the children, Mrs atives in Alabama.'.••'.'' John (Florence).G.ollick, .Jolliot Laurel Jean was born Feb. 22 111.; Bernard, Centralia, 111.; Mrs to the Benny. Studers at the Clyde '(Thressa) Craig, Callao Britt hospitalv making ; them a Mo.; George, Leo and Duane family of 4 sons and;.6/daugh- Morris, ill.; 10 grandchildren. to succeed David Klein. ATTEND FUNERAL The Tony Pearsons, Lloyd ters. One h'alt'-brotner, Wesley Bel The Gene Maahs family, DCS koines, were weekend guests of heir parents, the Louis Orel* ierts and Edward Maahses. They ttended the Maahs-Egland wedding Sunday. The Elmer Steiers flew to Omaha to visit relatives. Mrs. Frank Piekarski had the fandmother's club Monday. Mrs. Cecelia Berger received word of a new granddaughter and a great granddaughter at Ben J. Studer's and Dale Wingert's Feb. 23 born at Britt hospital. Roman and Harold Knecht drove to Iowa City and brought their mother, Mrs. Emma Knecht, back with them to convalesce at the Norbert Knecht home in West Bend. Carol Ulfers and a friend, Mary Meyers, Dycrsville, were weekend guests at Verne Bormann's. Both attend college in Carroll. John Mosbach Jr. and brother Cletus, Ames, arc at home on a semester break. Local Farmers Fly to Columbus/ Nebraska Gerbers and Kenneth Donovans went to Selma Feb. 27 for the funeral of Mrs. Chester Muster, a sister of the women's mother, Mrs. Chloie Simpson, who was unable to attend. JOHN GOETZ DIES Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Geo Goetz and Leo Goetz went to Mt. Palentone, 111. Feb. 25, and Friday attended the funeral o John L. Goetz, 80, at Lostant, 111. They returned Saturday. Joe and Otto Goetz also attended the funeral. ( The Paul Ryans, Washington, vere weekend guests at Frank 'rimmel's. The Rev. H. U. Smiths return- d Saturday from Rochester where she had ear surgery. The Floyd Armstrongs and Mrs. Louisa Fish spent Feb. 27 n Mason City visiting Mrs. Fish's niece, the Keith Halversons and heir boy Troy Michael born Feb. 20. They were also guests of tfrs. Fish's brother, the Geo. Raths, Woden. P.T.A. of Corwith-Wesley pubic school will meet in the Wes ey building March 10 at 8 p.m School masters meet at Corwith Lisa Marie was born to'the,mar, Washington, D. C.'; '2 halt' Dale Whrgerts Feb. 24 in the sisters, Mrs. Les (Margaret) Rine- Britt hospital; their first -child, hart, Portland, Ore.; Miss Alice Milford Hilbert was'a;patient Bellmar, Baltimore, Md. several days last week in the Britt hospital.. Mrs. Chas. v Vestruni -and .Diane' and Mrs. >Pauf Erdman, spent Friday: afternoon in Mercy hospital, Mason City; with Mrs. Clarence Robinson, Corwith, who had 3 breaks in her leg .when she fell i from 'one step at the Montgomery Ward store. Clar Whiitemore Mrs. Marion Hyink A business deal was made whereby Mrs. Mary Stainbrook „ . . . ..... . ence Robinson, Corwith, accom- sold ner f arm to Vic Perkins. panied the women to Mason City. Mrs. Stainbrook plans to. move to her home in town soon. CONCERTS '-r- The . concert Vin Elbert returned home band and boys' chorus . of 'the from Vet's hospital, Des Homes, Iowa Braille .and Sight Saving School, .Vinton;. are appearing on the annual 'concert tour and mil perform in Storm Lake, Ft. Dodge, 'LuVerne, Eagle Grove and in Des, Moines, before the pwa, : legisj^tjire,. >/: .Tb,e,, ? band^ im- Jer the .direction. of Mr James Grupp, is composed of 26 students. .Twenty—two'.'. members read Braille, music and 4 make use of special, large-print, music. Church notes SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE COMPLETE PRINTING Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser and son Pete were Sunday guests at the Ray Mertz's, Algona, and evening guests at.Bill Dearsch's, near Algona. ,,Mrs., Cecelia ( Berger and the M."J."Erdmari's'werit to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit the Stan ley Venteichers and Mrs. Bertha Venteicher in a rest home in Buffalo Center. The Ed. Nessens, West Bend and Peter Nessen, Ames, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Pear Hanson. The Milton Espes were afternoon callers. Bill Buscherfeld, Ft, Dodge the Jim Buscherfelds and Jack These men flew to Columbus, Nebr. recently to investigate the latest in confinement-beef factory. They are pictured, left to right, Kenneth Patterson, Swea City; Roger 'Jensen, Lone Rock; Ronnie Gerber, Algona; and Don Patterson, Burt. They are shown prior to boarding the Behlen 'plane for the trip back to' Behlen has had new Beef Confinement buildings in opera•I tion for over 15 months.. The building these men inspected was 51'xlOO' with full slotted floors, automatic feeding and ventilation systems, and contained 230 head of 800 Ib. steers. All four were impressed with this new set-up and the animals in them. For confinement buildings for chickens, hogs or cattle, sae Rex Taylor at..- . ' ' Taylor Implement Co. "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" 5-2467 ':.' •-• ALGONA CHURCH NOTES FOR ALGONA METHODIST Thursday, March 4 1 pm . — WSCS General pro :iram and luncheon, Salvador D< Souza, foreign exchange student will be guest speaker. Co-chair men. Mrs Steve Wickliff ana Mrs Clifford Teeter. 3:30 p.m. — Cherub choir rehearsal. 6:30 p.m. — Intermediate choir rehearsal. 7 p.m, — Senior choir reheai'- al. 7:30 p.m. — Commission on (fissions meeting in the home of Ir and Mrs Albert Reid. Mr nd Mrs Leo Steven, Chairmen. Friday, March 5 2 p.m. — World Day of Prayer in the Methodist church. Sponsored by the United Church Women. Mrs Roy Hutzell, Chair- nan. Saturday, March 6 9:30 - 11 a.m. — Youth Mem- >ership Class. Sunday, March 7 9:15 a.m. — Church School 'or the family. 10:30 a.m. — Worship Serv- ce. Rev. Coughenour will have the sermon. 5 p.m. — Senior MYF meet- '.ng. Lesson, Jim Schutter and Tim Will. 7:30 p.m. — Study of Letter! to the Ephesians. Rev. Coughenour, teacher. Wednesday, March 10 7:40 a.m. — High School Youth Lenten Breakfast. 13 - 1 p.m. — Identical one half hour Lenten worship services for the public in the sanctuary. 3:30 p.m. — Junior choir rehearsal. 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