Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 7
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ALGONA (Iowa) A5VANCE--7 THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1965 Riith Mogler married to Terry Schafe at West Bend Ruth Ann Mogler, daughter of the Sam Moglers, and Terry Schafefi son of the August ^chafers, were married in a double, rift*, ceremony at the Peace Lutheran church in West Betid Feb. 28 at 2 <y clock by Rev. W. C. Ostermeier. Music was by Mrs. Tim Klein on the organ and soloist was Lvtttt Zattgg, Rockford, 111. Linda Wegener was maid of honor and Mrs. .H. Bonnstetter, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Nancv Meyer. Sabetha, Kansas, was flower girl. Ring bearer was Craig Mogler. Roger Schafer, brother of the groom, was best man and groomsman was Ronald Schafer. Ushers were Harlan Bonnstetter and Lloyd Zinnel. A receotion was held at the narentsl Sam Mcgl^r home for 300 guests. Hosts were Art Mogler. Mrs. Larrv Bf>rning- haus, and the Edwin Berninghauses. Laura Berndt, Jeanne Krissen and Lois Wegner had charpe of gifts. Louise Paulsen had the guest book; Mrs. Fred Williams. Henison. cut the cake, and coffee was served by Mrs. Aurel Montgomery. Mrs. Lloyd Zinnel served punch. Waitresses were Janet Banwart. Karen Banwart. Delores Gerber and Elaine Fehr. A six o'clock supper was served at the Moelers for 67 guests. , Out-of-town guests were from Sabetha and Bern Kansas, Prior Lake. Montgomery, Minneaoolis and Worthineton. Minn., Rockford, 111.. Ft. Dodge, Whittemore, Algona. Emmetsburg, Denison, Curlew. Laurens, Pocahontas, Humboldt, Mallard, Ottosen, and Cylinder. After a wedding trip to Kansas they are living near West Bend, . To represent high school in contest Lower phone rates on Iowa calls planned Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. announced plans for another reduction in rates for long distance calls within Iowa. The Iowa Commerce Commission requested the reduction to be patterned after the reductions which became effective Feb. 1 this year on long dis- tance calls between states. T. S. Nurnberger, vice president and general manager, said that details have not yet been worked out. 'but revised rate? will be filed with the Commission March 31 to be effective May 1. The lower rates requested by the Commission are estimated to save Iowa telephone users more than $300,000 a year, according to Nurnberger. A previous reduction in rates for long distance calls within Iowa, made in September, 1964, is saving phone users in the state over $1,130,000 annually. an, Eula. Rich. Linda .Kitsch auctioned off hand made articles. PINK LADIES TO Ml it The "Pink Ladies" Aufcitlafy of the Good Samaritan home will meet Tuesday, March 23, at the Home. All members are urged to be present as there will b<2 election of officers. Due to bad weather the society has not met regularly. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr and Mrs Merle Chamber lain were dinner guests Sunday at Humboldt of the latter's pat °nts Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen, an observance of the birthday of Mr Chamberlain. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Phillip Diamond was hos ess to her bridge club Tuesday veiling. Debbie Martin, daughter of Mrs Lavonne (Rosenstiel) Martin. Oxnard, Calif., and grandniece of the Walter Bleichs and the Sam Medins, Algona, has been selected to represent her high school in the national competition for the NCTE Achieve- ment'Awards. She is a student at Oxnard high school. ••'• After graduation in 1966, she plans to attend the Conservatory of Music at the University of the Pacific, Stockton. She will maioi in music. Picture and story were sent by the grandmother Mrs Earl Merritt, 1421 Fushia Drive, Oxnard, Calif., formerlj f Algona. introducing AMOS MEYER 112 North Thorington Phone 295-5556 (Office) Phone 295-2965 (Residence) newly appointed to serve you with the best in auto, life, and fire insurance. STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES '•Home Otlices: Bloomlnflton, Illinois SOCIETY Dasher Stockwell. Me married Louise Gallics January 9, 1928, n Algona and moved to Titonka where they had lived since 1 that title; He had been employed for 50 years by the Kossuth county oad department. Surviving besides his widow are two daughters and two sons: Jerald, Oakdale, Calif.; Mrs. Pete •laines (Patricia), Titonka; Mrs. W. W. Anderson (Priscilla), Azores; Lee F., Pocahontas. Eight grandchildren also survive as do two sisters and one Brother: Mrs. Eva Jennings, Iowa City; Mrs. David Gouge, Algona; Gale, Algona, His par ents, three sisters and one brother are deceased. Pallbearers will be George Kockler, Dale Helmers, Ray Baade, Urban Neuroth, Orville Weiland, and George Smith Honorary pallbearers will be Paul Ticnan and John Rode. COUPLES CLUB MEETS Mr and Mrs Willard Snustac ntertained their Couples bridg' lub Sunday evening. HOMEMAKERS MEET The Irvington Homemaker club met Wednesday afternoon ivith Mrs Roland Haas., . . Opinions of Editors BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs Ray Potter was hostess to her bridge club Monday" afternoon. "•••! CLUB MEETING HELD The R. S. B. C. club met on Tuesday evening with Mrs J. P. Smith. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Don Ferris entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Mrs Rex Taylor was 1 hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. OFFICERS ELECTED Plum Creek Women's . club met March 10 at Elsie Willrett's with Sadie Skilling assisting. Maxine Marshall had the ooen- ng number. New officers elected were: president, Mrs. Hollis Benschoter; vice, Mrs. Mike Schmit; secy., Mrs. William Marshall; alternate secy., Mrs. John Scuffham; treas., Mrs. Floyd Bode. Salvador de Souza, exchange student from Brazil, was the speaker. Next meeting will be April 14. at Ronald Gardners with Mrs. Claude Seeley assisting. . M-D CLUB ELECTS Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met at Irene Holdren's with Betty Fisher, co- hostess. The by-laws were read for the .second time. New offi cers elected were: pres., Betty Fisher; vice, Ruth Arend; second vice, Linda Kirsch; secy, treas., Sue Bjustrom; Asst. secy, treas,, Marlys Bjustrom; histor- COFFEE CLUB CLUB MEETS The "Coffee Cup Club" met Monday evening with Mrs Mike Arend. Lem Stockwell Titonka man dies at 55 Lemuel S. Stockwell, 55, <a Titonka resident for 37 years, died Monday-at the hospital in Britt after several weeks illness. Funeral services will be held- Thursday (today) at 1:30 p.m. at the Goodhope Lutheran (Paul Smith in Rock Rapids Reporter) The Bobby Baker investigations in Washington •continue to drag on. The democratic majority on the investigating commit tee obviously is trying hard to shut the. matter off — but somehow every time they do Senator Williams comes out with new facts that implicate the inner circle of Washington in further questionable matters.'We believe that the administration would be a lot smarter to take the cover off the whole Baker mess and let the facts come before the public . . . but then we don't know how deeply the administra tion is involved. Maybe the only way that the matter can be handled is to give it a once-over- lightly-investigation and then bottle the whole thing up. The whole mess smells to high hea ven. disqualification period to those who refuse suitable work. In our opinion this is unfair .0 both the employer and the average employee, and is com- Jletely out of line with the purpose of unemployment compensation. The system is designed to compensate wage loss due to lack of work. It should not be used to pay a man for loafing, just in case he decides he doesn't care to work. The Employment Security Commission has been more than liberal in granting unemployment benefits in the past, sonic of which seem to be highly unfair to both employers and conscientious employees. This change in the law, if it passes the Senate, could open the doot to some real abuse of the sys tern. DOUBLE 55TH — Mr and Mr; Ernest H. Weaver of Victor ob served their 55th wedding an niversary March 7th with a fain ily dinner in Ladora. They wen attended at their wedding ir 1910 by Mr and Mrs H. .1. Fritz, now of Runnells, and weather and health permitting they planned to spend their joint anniversary date together. Tho Fritzes were also married the same day with the Weavers as their attendants. GUESS WHAT'S IN ROOM 305 . IN ST. ANN HOSPITAL ?? ^•w< \ " » -.. j> •.?—»....—-"£ • •• ^ |__—A—m"" C. ••• —» ,;»- iiuiiil'!;! PERMASTAMP • • HAND »TAMP church with the Rev. A. F. Gerstmann officiating; Burial.will be in the church cemetery with Blake funeral home in charge. Lemuel S. Stockwell was born May 21, 1909 in Ledyard, the (Neil Maurer in Laurens Sun) Unemployment compensation was established a number o; years ago to provide income for persons who are out of work through no fault of their own Pavment is made from a fu'm built up by a tax on the employ er, with no contribution whatso ever from the employee. Under Iowa law, there hav been no jobless benefits fo those who quit work voluntarilj In addition, the jobless perso is disqualified when he refuse an offer of suitable work. A bill passed by the Iowa House last week would change this, making the person who quits his job eligible to draw jobless pay after a disqualification of four to nine weeks. It would also authorize payment of son of Adelbert and Priscilla I jobless benefits after the same Friendly Store GET SET FOR SPRING! 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Just think of all the people who went to buy a new Behlen Drying Tank or a new Case Combine before April 15 and here is Rex lying on his back at St. Ann hospital without a chance to sell them. ' He's planning on being out this week though, so give him • ring,, or look him up at Taylor's. Don't forget, if you buy before Apr! \ 15 you are eligible for a free trip to Acapulco, Mexico. ' >y? Taylor Implement Co. 'YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" 5-2467 ALGONA v * Shoe with a secret: "Hidden Fit", a really slip-proof heel Strictly between you and Air Step, Hidden Fit » a tiny elasticized goring snuggled into the back of this elegant patent pump. It flexes, follows your heel with every step, never lets your shoe gap or slip away. Choose from many colors on a high, mid or low heel, and discover that wonderful walking-on-Air Step feeling. 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