Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1965
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(ISwi) ADVANCE M6N6AY, MARCH 8, 1965 ftfid a sister, Mrs. Matty Oaffier. Bancroft to survey sewort ^ Waytie p, emif1gs MaS6n B«ncf6ft — A survey of storm City, visited Sunday at Marry sewer needs here Will be made | tletnlfig's and Myron Cram's. this spring, it was decided at the regular town council meeting here Monday night. The firm of Wallace & Holland of Mason City will proceed with the work. The council also took up other matters. Mr and Mrs Jack 1 fatten received a permit to add several rooms to their home. The Bancroft JayCecs re^ quested and got permission to maintain and service two large town signs on highway 169. The town of, Bancroft will furnish the materials while the JayCccs will do the work. Less 1964 crops put under loan Farmers in Kossuth generally have put less 1964-crop grain under loan as of the end of January than a year ago, K. I. Anderson, chairman, ASCS, reports. Jan. 31 was the official closing support The Art Tabbs returned Sun* day. In Minneapolis they visited the Armond Tabbs, in St. Paul the Itarley Aldricks, and the Lloyd Aldricks, and at Fairboldt, Miles Sutlers and Jack Aldricks. Warren Lenz returned home following surgery at the hospital at Britt. The Eugene Walttnans, Rut- Bancroft girl married Mary Lou Elsbeckcr, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clem Elsbecker, Bancroft, and Donald Uaydcn, son of Mr and Mrs Irvin Kelly, Spencer, were married Feb. 20 at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, with Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. II. Schullcs officiating at the double ring ceremony. Jo Ann McCleish was maid of honor and Judy Kelly, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Philip Elsbecker, brother of the bride, was best man, and James Osbere, Spencer, was groomsman. Ushers were Eugene Elsbecker and a friend of the groom from Spencer. A wedding dinner for 125 was served in St. John's hall followed by a reception that afternoon at the Legion club room lor 250 guests. They are living in Spencer where he is employed by the J. C. Penney Co. Europe film to be shown St. Joe CDA St. Joe —C.D. of A. will meet Wednesday, March 10, with Grand Regent Mrs N. J. Wcy- dert presiding. Bandages for the missions are to be brought sewn and rolled to'this meeting. A film will be shown by Rev. C. H. Friedman on his 1964 European tour. A nominating committee will be selected to name candidates for officers for the April meeting. Election of officers is held annually at the May meeting. In charge of the annual Father-Son K. C. banquet March 17 at 6:30 p.m. will be Mrs Eugene Zeimet and Mrs Albert Thilges, kitchen, and Mrs Peter Reding and Mrs Bernard Streit, dining room. March meeting committee is Mrs Frank Hilbert, Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs Deleano Grimm and Mrs Willie Thilges. Advance - Glenn's Photo-Engraving •4>4>4>4>«>4>4>4>«>a>e>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4> Corwith Mrs. Harry L< Maw The Lee Williams spent the weekend at Gary William's, Cedar Rapids. Mike visited Jim Skarda, student at Iowa City overnight Saturday. The Lou Hoovers, Burt, and Mrs. Lee William were Thursday guests at Dale Yeoman's. The Dale Schefflcmans, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests of his parents, the Arthur Scheffle- mans. Marvin Scheffleman and Pricilla were callers. land, were guests Sunday of his parents, the Waif Waltmans. Three of the grandchildren stayed for the week while their parents moved near Ottosen. The Lester Hashes were Sun-' day guests of the Charles Riggles. Mrs. Harold Penning, Mrs. Jim Mullin, Gloria Penning, Bobby Wolf and Lorctta Johnson attended the North Iowa Girl Scout Cadet meeting at Clear Lake Saturday. The Cecil Zeiglers, Kanawha, visited Sunday at John Babcock's. The Darwin Kaulens, Eagle date for filing price- Grove, Mrs. Gertide Thronbury applications for 1964- 'a"d Alma Heise were Sunday crop grains except for corn for guests of the Arnold Heises. which the final date is May 31. A daughter was born Feb. 16 the Robert Beefs, Granite City, 1.) 7 Ibs., named Jodi Sue. Mrs. C. B. Robinson returned home Saturday from the Park hospital, Mason City. Cindy Biibfey, employed in Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents the Earl Gjer- sleds. The Tom Tefharks, Goodell, visited Sunday at John Babcock's and were guests at Don Osborne's. Judy Gourley and Walter Han< sen, students at Upper Iowa, spent the weekend with Judy's parents the William Gourleys. ' The Jim Tindalls Jr. moved Saturday from the farm west of Corwith to the house of Kathryn Kelch. The Pcrric DeGrootes visited Wednesday at David Johnson's •If ..Chris Johnson, son of the David Johnsons Jr., had a birthday Tuesday, with five classmates as guests. The Ross Finches, Wabigoon, Canada, Fred Busselts, Dryden, Canada, spent several days at William Erdman's. Saturday all went to Iowa City to the annual Wabigon club supper. The Lee Williams also went. Linda Erdman, Ames, spending the quarter break with her parents the William Erdmans. The Ross Finches, Fred Bus- selts, Canada f William Erdmans were Sunday guests at Cecil Nail's. The R. C. Welters visited her sister, Mrs. Lydia Huber, at the Rest Home in Buffalo Center Sunday. The Earl Gjersteds were Sunday guests of his parents, the Guy Gjersteds, Dakota City, for birthdays of Earl and a sister, Mrs. Everett Lane, Thor. The Don Fetts, near LuVerne, moved on the farm vacated by the Jim Tindalls Jr. The William Fetts, Mason City, moved on the farm vacated by the Alfred Fetts who moved to a farm near Algona. The Darrel Fetts moved to the farm near LuVerne vacated by the Don Fetts. Bryan Fish, son of the Albert Fishes entered the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge Monday for surgery. Mrs. Archie Goodell, Humboldt Mrs. Lee Stroud and daughter, Pocahontas, visited Thursday at Clarence Jurgensen's. The Milo Lackores, Forest City, were Sunday guests at is John Oxley's. Engaged MR, AND MRS. Donald Trc- nary, Pocahontas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, Des Moines, to Mr. Harlan E. Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs. Leo Elbert, Corwith. Miss Trenary is a graduate of Pocahontas high school, attended college and is now employed with Employers Modern Life Co. in Des Moines, H«f fiance is i gfftdflife &f th* Cot< with high school ind ii «tt* ployed with Roland Mankin* in C&rwith. :,. , ir ; The couples wedding dat« had beert set fof Sept 4. • '*i '•• ' HOMEMAKERS Mf IT '. Union Hownship Motnefiiikerg met at Mrs. Peter Erpeldlng'*. with Mrs. Harold Hunt a«lHrt- ing. Marcclla Chapman, Ma§on City, showed two films for the Heart fund drive. Mrs. Richard Campney demonstrated mouth to mouth resuscitation. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE Take PROVO tablets wh«i you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Buwi- tis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Hensbruch Drug • Alf«nf Burial at Corwith for ex-resident Corwith — Mrs. Bessie Wer- merson, 82, of Miller, S. D., was buried Sunday in the Corwith cemetery. She was a former resident of this vicinity. A prayer service was held Sunday afternoon at the McCullough funeral home in Algona. The Rev. Stark of Garner officiated. Her husband is dead. Surviving are two children, a daughter, Mrs. Garland Dennis, and a son, Kenneth both Miller, S. D.; two brothers, Harvey Stevens, Algona, and Roy Stevens, Emmets- ready for Spring WITH THE PROPER FOUNDATION GARMENT * • The Orville Wagners spent the weekend with their daughter, the Leroy Nepples, at LaCrosse, Wis. Joan Patricia, daughter of the Harold Thilges, born Feb. 19, was baptized Saturday afternoon in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mary Ann Bradley and I Jerald ThiJges. j Clarence Erpelding, Colorado' Springs, Colo., and his sisters, Mrs Adeline Wagner. St. Joe, and Mrs Leo Frideres, Algona, spent Sunday to Wednesday at their brother, the Alvin Erpeld- ings, St. Joe, Minn. Alvin returned here with them. Margaret Reidmiller had her 500 club Thursday with Mary Jane Origer guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Tony Becker, Mrs Peter Bormann and Mrs John Thul. The club will meet March 18 with Mrs John Thul. The Nick Bertes Jr. have a daughter born March 2 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They have a year old daughter Karla Kaye. The Nick Bertes and Peter Zei- mets, Humboldt. are the grandparents. TOURS IN PLAY Bob Pratt, son of the Merle Pratts, is among nine drama students at State Colege who leave March 25 on a ten-day tour to Iowa communities with a student-directed play, The Many Faces of Shakespeare. 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