Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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Around Akona by ONIITA GMDftiKSf N Mf ind MM Arthur Beniche- tpf left Friday morning fof a tfip to Texas, their first visit to the South. They stopped to Grand Opening see friends at Wichita, Kahs., an.d were to be guests of their neighbors, the W. C. Taylors at Brownsville during a vacation of two weeks. Hex Taylor went to St. Ann Saturday suffering from pneu mona and spent under oxygen. several days Mr and Mrs Don Potter and three daughters came from Ver- milliOrt, S. D. Friday to spend the weekend tives. with local rela Finest :^4MP£*S— March 19 and 20 SJENZEL «, MYERS ^ CAMPERS -Nttrth Iowa';, Lattfusi DiMlcr ./L !VSw«a City, Mr and Mrs Fred Pannkuk returned home Friday afternoon from a trip to the West Coas where they visited their son am his family at Thousand Oaks While there they took various sightseeing trips, traveling north to Santa Barbara am south to San Diego and Coron ado. Enroute back the Pann kuks stopped to visit friends ot El Paso, Tex, They had been gone since mid-February. Ohio, where they vyill attend Commencement Friday morning at the State University when heir daughter Carol will receive her Master's degree in Physical Education. They plan to return home by Monday but Carol will remain in Columbus and do substitute teaching till the end of the school year. She received her B. A. at Mankato State College. Mr and Mrs Joe Straub were among Algonians who attended the Democratic Fund Raising dinner held Saturday in Des Moines and returned home that night. The Lloyd Wellendorfs received word last week that Harry Otterson, a brother-in-law, was to have radical surgery done on Friday at Silver Springs, Md. He retired about a year ago froir railroad service. Merle Wellen dorf is now said to be gaining strength at Veterans' hospila in Des Moines where he has hat several operations and a bou with pneumonia. he former's mother, ,ook, to Minneapolis Fftday slid he went from there by plalte Eugene, Ore., to visit net daughter Opal who is how w& uring at the University of Ote- gon. Next Saturday the two win ly to Honolulu to spend a we<§k or more in Hawaii during the University vacation. Mrs Cook will perhaps remain in Eugene for a brief time after their return. The Elmer Cooks remained at Minneapolis for a day and attended the Flower Show being held at Daytons. Mr and Mrs Lyle Steele drove to Lexington, Nebr. Friday for ^ weekend visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs Harold Er pelding, who was recuperating from recent minor surgery at a hospital there. The Steeles came home Sunday but return ed to Lexington Tuesday ant Mrs Steele is remaining for a time with the Erpelding family Janet, a daughter .of Mr ant Mrs Ray Cunningham of the Doan area, was listed '.recently on the Dean's Honor Roll at Morningside College where she is a freshman. Mr and Mrs Lyle Mathes, of Des Moines, were here for the weekend with their daughter, Mrs Kent Seeley, other friends. and . visited Mr and Mrs John Hayes left In Iowa in the Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers left a week ago' Tuesday to drive to New Orleans. From! there they flew on Saturday to Jamaica and plan to be home by the latter part of next week. Their two daughters are staying with their grandparents, the C. R. LaBarres, who took them and Mrs LaBarre's sister, Mrs Howard Struble, of Vinton, with them to Iowa Falls to spend Sunday with the Dennis Gahan family. Dr. C. L. Plott left Des Molne on March 8, by plane on a Good will tour of Central America, ac comoanying 15 other Rotarian and their wives. He will return to Mason- City by plane nex Tuesday at the end of a 15 day tour on which places visited were Guatemala City, San Pedro, Sula and Tegucigalpa, in Honduras: Managua in Nicaragua; El Salvador: San Jose in. Costa lica and will arrive Saturday at l anama from which place they vill fly directly back to Iowa n Tuesday. Dr. Plott is president of the local Rotary club. nree granacnnciren. Mrs Marie Ogren recently lost ler oldest sister, Mrs Anna Barnes, 85, who died on March 2 at a Sioux City rest home. Because of stormy weather Mrs Ogren did not attend the funeral. Burial took place at Sioux lily near which place the five children of the deceased live. The Algona Federated Worn an's club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs .1. B. Asa Mrs Lyle Steele gave the Fed erated News on Home Life Chief Speaker was Joyce Hay den, County Nurse, who told o the recent Heart Surveys made among Kossuth County schoo children. She was accompaniec by Mrs Marcella Chapman, dis trict director of North Centra Heart Ass'n., who had with he a new film on Mouth to Moutl Resuscitation. Today Miss Haj den, assisted by Dr. Chang, Mason City, and Mesdames Gust and Swanson of DCS Moines, is completing tests at the Bancroft public school on children who were recalled following the first heart tapings. You name your game, ping-pong or checkers, cards or chess. Play it hard and it takes a logout of you. That's when you like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy your friends' talk and your beer's taste. Beer was made to relax with. Made to refresh you, cool you, cheer your taste. So next time you're playing some sociable at-home game, take time out for the companionable taste of beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. . {' ! P.O. BOX 109, OSCEOLA, IOWA Harvey Steven has been at St. Ann since Friday evening or observation and treatment. The daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Everett Hodgins came "rom Alden and returned home Sunday. Local friends have learnec that two year old Tod Cheever son of the Leslie Cheevers of Armstrong, had heart surgerj done some weeks ago at Univer sity hospitals, Iowa City, for the repair of a He was, at pulmonary artery last report, doing very well and is recuperating at his home now. The Cheever formerly lived in Algona wher he was employed at Cooks Wei ders and his wife worked Weidenhoffs. Later — Mrs Chee ver was in Algona Monday and told friends that Tod is recovering rapidly. He was at Iowa City only ten days. John Clark spent the weekend at home, coming from Great vakes Naval Station where he las been;since June. John is in he Electronics Ai School study- ng nuclear physics in prepara- :ion for submarine service. Mary Louise Mawdsley visited her parents, the J. C. Mawds- leys, over the weekend. Mary is now dietician at Fairview hospital in Minneapolis and while not on duty does fashion modeling. Next week she will appear vsuosen group sewing meet for hospital Ottesen — The Legion Auxiliary held an all day rag sew at Mrs. Martin Meyer's Tuesday. Ten were present for dinner. There were nine members and three guests. The Legion birth day party which is nationwide, will be March 29. The women have made 50 bibs, 35 bed shoes, and 20 chair pads for the veterans, besides the rag sewing for rugs. They will sponsor a poppy poster contest for grades 4, 5 6 at Ottosen. A grand prize first prize and a second prize will be given. There will be at extra rag sew at Mrs. Le Roj Worby's March 23. DONATIONS MADE The Ladies Rural club me Thursday at Mrs. Kcrmit Fo\v ler's. Other hostesses were Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Roy Tclfon and Mrs. Annie Leist. Mrs. Ro Telford read the scripture. Tw dollars was given to retarded children, $2 to Easter Seals and $3 to 'the handicapped childrens camp at Madrid. A birthday auction was held with sales of $8.84. Birthdays were Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Lester Wehrspann and Mrs. Edward Zinnel. Roll call Jacobson family, and Mrs. can Telford family, the Matif- ce Halsruds, Bradgate, Olivet Lees, Rutland, Roy Telfords and Carlisle Halsruds. The James Jacobsoris visited /Irs. Mary Leitl Wednesday. The Le Roy Worbys were Sun- lay visitors at Bernard Streit's, iode. Mrs. Clara Lander, Humboldt, nd the I. E. Movicks were Sun- lay guests at Howard Thompson's. Lutheran church women met iVednesclay with Mrs. Loren Daniel. Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont lave the lesson assisted by Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Leo Tofte- aerg, Mrs. Richard Kinseth and Mrs. Howard Hellickson. Carbon arc welding was invented in 1885. on a TV showing with Pat Mun- was disliked chores. Some dis- son who is known as Downtown Minneapolis. Miss likes were ironing, • dusting and i sweeping. Chores liked were washing clothes, driving in a Judy Munger and Kay Moul- car, baking, go after the mail, ton were home for the weekend work in the garden, and sewing. from Rochester where both are Mrs; Dean Telford and new in nurses' training. On Sunday Kay and the rest of the Moul- tons celebrated her sister Phyl- son Steven Jay, came -home from Lutheran hospital Tuesday. Teresa, daughter of the James Mr and Mrs Jerry Anderson drove to Minneapolis Friday here they visited the L. II. Crawfords that evening, stayed at a downtown motel and saw the Cinerama, It's a Mad Mad Mad World on Saturday there. When they came home Sunday they brought with them their aunt, Mrs Alice Wilkins, who flew to Minneapolis Friday from Phoenix where she had been a guest of Dr and Mrs Sherman Meyer. She had gone to California some weeks ago with her sister, Mrs Fred Bartholomew who will remain there a while longer. ; Roy Bjustroms. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft and visitors were the Gordon -.arsons, Bode and Mrs. Bertha Jacobson. Lori Worby was 3 Thursday and visitors were Mrs. James Jacobson and Teresa, Mrs DOES NUS CONGESTION . . . keep you awake at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you icant rflirfnnd want it font! And that'* just what you get when you take SYNA-CLl-UU Uecongeslant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet givos up to 8 hours of reliefl Just 3 tablets give rour.d-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relievos headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clciir-cvud. Knd needless suffering now - Ret SYN A-CLCAK in the blue and white :arton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CI..BAR relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. DECONGESTAIIV TABLETS HONSBRUCH DRUG A<gona Mrs H. E. McMurray received a surprise visit Saturday afternoon from her niece, Mrs Sarah Cramer and daughter Katherine, who drove from Cedar Rapids and remained here till Sunday evening. The Irving ton Homemakers club met Wednesday at the home ,of Mrs. Roland Haas. Mrs, C. R. Schoby gave the program, talking on Europe and showing slides taken there last fall when she and broad. her husband were a- what's a luseior? Mr and Mrs Charles Behr will drive to Kansas City tomorrow and from there will leave Sunday for Paris in a chartered jet plane which will fly non-stop. It will carry 75 Standard Oil dealers and their wives on an expense paid trip for dealers who excelled during 1964 in a sales program, chiefly on tires and accessories. Mr Behr, who operates the Standard Station on East State street, is especially fortunate to be included since he did not start on the program until June. He and his wife, with the others, will have six days in Paris and be back at Kansas City on March 28. During their absence, Mrs Behr's The Alfred Petersens have a new granddaughter, an 8 Ib. 6 oz. girl born to the Eugene Friests, Fort Dodge, March 7. This is the first child for the Friests. They will name her Doreen Lynn. Mrs. Petersen spent Thursday to Sunday helping at the Friest home. Ralph Campbell, patient at the hospital at Estherville for several days, was released Thurs-: day.' ' Tommy Nielsen, who became suddenly ill Monday at the Seneca Store, was taken to the Estherville hospital Wednesday where he is still a patient. He suffered a stroke. The Dr. Donald Baldwins and A. N. Storms, Des Moines, spent the weekend at Cecil Baldwin's and visited Tommy Nielsen, patient at the hospital at Estherville. Mrs. Baldwin's sister Clara, who came Tuesday to help care for Tommy, returned with them. The David Loofts were Sunday visitors at Robert Thate's, Ceylon, Minn., for one of the Thate children's birthday. Sunday guests at Leona Os born's included the Morgan Ten- nysons, Truman, Larry Osborns and Shirley Osborn, Fairmont. Mrs. Alvin Cyphers had the Modern Mixers Tuesday. Enter tainment was 500 at 'two tables Mrs. Fred Johannesen will For pigs from about 38 to 54 days of age "I mother, Mrs Virgil Seger, of | the April hostess. iff Here are a few of the solid reasons why so many good hog men are praising this remarkable new pig starter: • Disease protection • High palatability • Balanced nutrition • Economical performance • Growth power Prevention and treatment of bacterial enteritis, necro, bloody scours. Aid in maintaining weight gains in the presence of atrophic rhinitis. Promotion of growth and feed efficiency. Reduction of the incidence of cervical abscesses. All these things wrapped up in an economical, pelleted ration that's part of a regular pig feeding program. That's a big step away from worry and disease trouble in starting piers - a big siep toward profit. You get all this help in K.iircaa Pig-16. Cargill, Inc. Phone 5-2471 Algona North Iowa Grain Co. - Ph. 5-5073 - Sexton It's irritating to have > fust "blow," putting your lights out But the fuse blows tQ protect you! When one of your how's wiring circuits becomes oyejIoadeiMjecause you're putting too many electrical tasks on one circuit- a metal link in the fuse melts, Hi suit; electricity is cut off from that wiring circuit,,, Mon the wiring itself heats up and causes Damage. When fuses blow (or circuit breakers trip), it's 9 §ign your home's wiring system needs a checkup. In n«w homes or old, modern electrical living calls? for modern electrical wiring! Algona Municipal Utilities torn* tigers are fierce. Some tigers are ferocious. We build both. There's the incredible GTO with its extra helping of horsepower (360), or the way it comes (335). Or there's the LeMans with a 285-hp V-8, a 250-hp V-8, or a 140-hp six. Either way they're all gulMl WIUH tigers with bucket seats, carpeting and lots of Oh-you-kid! HOntiaC LBWianS ftUI SEE THE NEW BONNEVIUE, STAR CHIEF, GRAND PKIA. CATAUNA.irJ. LEMANS. 610 Ai-iD Ttl.IPS.ST AT lO'JR AUTHORIZED POUTIAC DtALER. SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillip; Street AUQONA Borrow back up '. to original loan amount later on- jor any purpose. Additions Remodeling Education Emergencies p No Red Tape *• No New Mortgage *• No Refinancing Costs INQUIRE TODAY Home Savings & Loan Assn. Annum All Acco-jn*s Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From the Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA

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