Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Ex-Si Joe man wins a trip to Paris St, Joe — The John Thuls were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona. The Herb Kaysers were Sunday guests -of Herb's mother. Norman Kayser, Fort Dodge, son of Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona, formerly St. Joe, left Sunday for a week in Paris, France. Norman Kayser, operator of the Standard Service station at 1501 5th Ave. South, Fort Dodge, won the trip in a salts contest of the Standard Oil Co. conducted last year. Fifty participating d e a l.e r s throughout the midwest were awarded trips. The trip: was made by jet from Kansas City, Mo. non-stop to Paris. The Kay- sers have 3 boys and 3 girls, Karen, David, Joey, Kathy, Carol and Robert. Mrs. Kayser is the former Helen Ivory, Fort Dodge. OBSERVE BIRTHDAY The Pete Werlings had guests Saturday for Mrs. Werling's birthday. The evening was spent playing Euchre with Mrs. Florian Faber and Willie Thilges receiving high and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and Albert Becker ( low. Following cards and a social evening, lunch was served. Attending were the Reinald Salzes, Clete Salzes, E. J. Kollasches, Willie Thilgeses, Albert Beckers, Art Zeimets, Roger Bor- manns, Fforian Fabers, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Donnie Wagner, Eddie and George Illg. Mrs. Anna Berte had a birthday Sunday with a family gathering in her home. Jerry Berte, Merlin Altman and Donnie Wagner, members of the Gran Pres, furnished the music. Lunch was served. Michael Thomas, son of the James Capesiuses, born March 7, was baptized in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Thomas Capesius and Mrs. Robert Kirsch. Mrs. M. T. McGuire spent last week with her son, the Don McGuires, Algona, while Mrs. Don McGuire was a surgical patient in St. Mary's hospital in Roches ter, Minn. Algono KostuthCounty THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 — ALGONA, IOWA Ex-Wesley farmer dies; 79 years old Peter J. Kirschbaum Sr., 79, tcska, til.; Walter Oc Matsc, Florida; Byron DC Marse, Wa- loska, 111. Mr. Behrends died in August, 1948; a son, Gary is also dead. A daughter, Leona Bergerson, was killed in an automobile accident so Mrs. Behrends raised the three children of Leona's. Thursday instead of last week at Harriett Bellinger's, by Titonka pair is married The David Slepers were married March 5 at Ramsey Reformed church in Titonka. Rev. John Janssen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents are the Emmo Fol : . kerts, Titonka, and Albert Sle-' pers, Lakota. The bride was attended by .Peggy Michaelson Photo by Glenn's Studio lege. He had a week for his spring break. Because of the snow storm they didn't get Home until Friday night. AT 45th WEDDING The Arlowe Hansens attended the 45th anniversary of his par .... . — -. j v««v *.»«>** V****** » ^i UMJ. T V/t. J.JALJ f^Ul. and bridesmatrons were Mrs; ents last Sunday. His parents Frank Folkerts and Mrs Ronald < are the Peter Hansens, who Folkerts. Alberta Sleper was the i farmed near Seneca before re flower girl, Sherman Sleper was best man and the groomsmen were Marvin Rippentrop and David McNeil. Brent Rippentrop was the ring bearer. A reception was held in the church parlors for 150 guests. They are li ving in Ames observed Grant couple Grant Twp. — The Otto Kellys held open house March 14 for their 40th wedding sponsored by their sons and wives, Emerson and Jean, and John and Janyce. Emerson and family were unable to attend. He called his parents from Orlando, Fla. at 2 p.m. John Kelly welcomed the 170 who signed the guest book. Janyce assisted by her daughter, Linda, were hostesses. Dorothy, another. daughter of the John Kellys, received the cards and gifts. The gifts were displayed by Mrs. William Brown, a sister, of Mrs. Otto Kelly. Lunch was served by Mr. Kelly's sister, Mrs. Bernice Sanders, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Picht and her daughter Alice, and Mrs. Alfred Zielski. The white linen cloth used on the sewing table was a wedding gift from Mrs. Kelly's late parents. A display of pictures and the marriage certificate of Otto Kelly and Hattie Osborne was,had. Rev. O. E, Johnson, pastor of the First Methodist church, Swea City at that time, officiated at the marriage ceremony. Witnesses were Stella Tyrrell, now Mrs. Stella Boyer, and the late Elmer Ewing. The Kellys moved to Grant Township in 1928 and to their present home in 1942. where he is attending the university. She is employed as "a supervisor of a beauty school in Ames. Phone annual meeting held at Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Co-op Telephone Co. annual meeting was held in the Legion hall Tuesday, Kenneth Jackson and Owen Berhow were reelected as directors. Owne Berhow is president of the board and Don Erickson is vice president. Harlan Blanchard and Ralph Bierstedt are also directors. There were 30 voting members present. Drawings were held for 3 extensions to be given for one year periods and they went to Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and Mrs, Henry Schroeder. Slide pictures of home people taken about 20 years ago were shown and also Merwin Marlow's slides on coyote hunting in Nebraska. tiring and moving to Ringsted. Lucille Circle will meet thi The Ladies 500 club postpon ed March 17 will be held at the Legion hall March 31. The Dennis Howes moved to Shell Rock where he will be em ployed at the Ford garage. Thej spent last weekend at Gleni Householder's. The Curt Olsons went to De Moines Monday to a telephom convention. The Lorenz Gades, Whitte more, were Sunday guests at A A. Krueger's. The Melvin Mey ers, Swea City, were suppe guests. STALLED BY STORM Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Dick Meyer, Algona, went to Minneapolis last Tuesday to visit the Benjamin Meyers. They were to return home Wednesday with Kermit Krueger who is a student at St. Paul Bible Col- former Wesleyan, died March: 20 in a Council Bluffs hospital. Funeral services were held March 23 (Tuesday) in the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ayrshire. Fr. George Benjamin officiated at the mass and bUr- ial was in Calvary cemetery Mr. Kirschbaum was born at assville, Wis., and came to the Vesley area as a child.. He was larried to Gertrude Hildmanfin 905 and they moved to Ayr- hire in 1927. She died in 1963. Surviving are five sons, Peter r., Curlew; Virgil, Ruthven; Ambrose and Robert, Ayrshire; Idvvard, Laurens. Also surviving arc a sister nd three brothers: Mrs. Harry Maloney and Albert, Mason City; August, Sexton; and Robert arner. Services for Lone Rock woman held SOCIETY The Mcrwyn Hurlburts have a boy born March 15 at the hospital at Esthcrvillc. He weighed 8 Ibs. and has been named Terry Dean. He has two brothers and a sister. The Wendell Stevens, Laurens, spent the weekend at Don Blanchard's. ' Pack 29 of cub scouts has meeting Cub Scouts of Pack 29 met at 7 o'clock Tuesday night at Lucia Wallace. Welcoming committee was Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Dorweil- cr and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller. Flag ceremony was conducted by the Webelos Den under Clarence Hunt. Den 7 presented a skit under the direction of Mrs. Delos Dohlman, Den Mother. Boys receiving awards were: Bear Badge: Mark Miller. Wolf Badge: Adolf o Franco, Harold Bestenlehner, Kris Meyer, Paul] Martin. Silver Arrow: Mitchel Kleingartner, Robby Watson, Mike Lierley, Darwin Dohlman. Gold Arrow: Joel Sindelar, Garry Kiegan, Jacky Scoby, Kevin .1 ! Gardner, Jeff Miller. Denner u ,, «r ., Fu " era i se ^ces stri Jeff m]/N Tim Ploehn, were held Wednesday for Lizzie D * j Peterson . Asst . Denner: Behrends at the Presbyterian M k H is> Service star: Genc church in Lone Rock with Rev. chrischilles Ca llen Carson, Dan?ft Fe v, nt o°i n \ ( S flc . 1 ? ting i, S G ny Ruhnke, Charles Bell, Ran- died March 21 at Heritage Home / Warner Attendance Stars: in Bancroft at 79 after several M ' ike Lierley David chrischilles, years of illness. Burial was in Rand Nielsen Robby Watson, Eastlawn cemetery in Algona. Mike ' Koob Brian Will, Larry She was born Lizzie De Marse Q gteve sheakley . We belos at Watseka, 111. September 27 B d Tom Mull John Pitt- 1885. In 1902 she was married manB Crai g Le mke e, Danny Bei- TII T in-i-i *u j * +v, se ll. Dennis Payne. 111. In 1911 they moved to the p ' am was concluded by TJi •-» rfof nr\ nvnn on H lirtTll TriOIV ° „ _ , _~ . the Pine Wood Derby. City and r Algona areas. They re- FR * TE * N '™ ".*£?,., pi Fra tired to live in Algona where 1 March 14 Phi Iheta Pi Frashe was a member of the First termty held mstaUaUpr c pi- Sf, BENEDICT C .D. A. The St. Benedict C. D. of A. met March 16. The St. Benedict nuns were guests and received many gifts. Father Fredman, Whittemore, gave a talk] and showed slides of his tour in Europe last summer. Plans for Recollection day and the Mother and Daughter banquet were discussed. The April meeting will be changed because of Holy Week. The nominating committee was chosen: Judy Roscnmeycr, Betty Ricke, Jan Fcrstl, Marie Becker, and Beverly Colwell. Prize winners were Ellen Ltidwig, door prize; Colette Fisher, plate; and Pat Klcnim. attendance. club.Saturday evening. Present were her son and daughters, the Gerald Steussys, Bill and Mary Ann, and a friend, Mrs Tressa Askclson, Fort Dodge, the Theo. Pcchcs, Walker, the Lyle Ra- ncys, Jane, and the Michael Losses. The daughters, Mes« dames Raney and Loss, also had a few friends as guests for their mother Monday afternoon at her home. DATE OPEN HOUSE The Lawrence Prcsthuscs, of Burt, will have their 25lh wedding April 4 at St. John's Luth eran church with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. The program will begin at 3 o'clock. No in vitations are being sent. Everyone is welcome. Their two dau glitcrs, the Eugene Marlows, of Lone Rock, and Jerry Kissncrs, Burt, arc hosts. HAS BOTH BIRTHDAY Mrs Freda Steussy was lion orcd at a dinner for her 80lh birthday at Charlie's suppei Entertainment Every Friday Great sounds — great cocktails — great fun at CHARLIE'S every Friday night. Playing from 9 p.m. until closing time — Barney Olson, Marcia Parrish and Mark Seeley. Bring your wife — your best girl — or stop out after bowling. The place to go is Charlie's — especially Friday nights! CHARLIE'S Supper Club JUST SOUTH OF ALGONA ON 169 Lone Rock and retirement in 1945 farmed in the Ringsted, Bancroft, Swea' Baptist church. ficers at the American Institute Business, Des Moines. The J-SSESS E S±£ ZSSFStiXSSZ* £ ana seven s>onb. mrb. LiLiuiiaii . , * , _n.««j,.j nnf \ aim seven auiio; ana. utiuuaii . -, W««rlorl Q nrl Nielson, Sundburg, Minn.; S«j,i- W r -™ residents attended, and belt, EmmetsburgT Joseph, Sun-i their son Dennis Thompson burg, Minn.; Ornie, Lone Rock; was installed as president. Vincent, Topeka, Kans.; Byron, Thompson; LuVerne, Kansas City, Mo.; Roy, Mason City. Other survivors are 23 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren, and a sister and two brothers: Bernice De Marse, Wa- TRIPLET LAMBS — Tom Iverson, Spencer, now has three new lambs — one born on a Thursday and twins born the following Sunday morning—by the same mother! We don't feed chickens YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST HEAR" IT AT ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID with amazing MierQ'Uthie Cirguit Developed for ypur personal comfort from space age knowledge, 1 the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contain? the ' ines t futures for full or part-time hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in performance. No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micro-Lithic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional Components. You owe it to yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry Algona/ Iowa "THE ZENITH MAN 1$ IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK' ... we feed people! And one of the many ways we help feed people like you and your family is by delivering groceries to your door FREE. Just pick up your telephone, place your order with Mi and your groceries will be brought to your door in our delivery wagon free of charge. Rain or shine, cold or hot — we'll always deliver to yoyr home. Of course, the girls in pur store enjoy having you step in person occasionally. Either way, you'll always get quality foods, courteous and friendly service and lower prices at the last End Grocery. 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Adjustable cuff, button- through tab collar. Cotton flannel lining. 8-18. Girls' SLACKS Sizes 3-6x 07A Reduced to "'V Zantrel/cotton or denim. Band front and boxer styles. Red, Blue, Black, Navy. STRETCH SUCKS Girls, 7-14 i -I* Reg. 2.29 '•• ' Stretch denim, duck, Dan River plaids. Assorted colors, patterns. No payment until May on charges made nowl

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