A-ALOONA tlew«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 35, IMS At marriage of grandson in Illinois Seneca — Tlic Kvcroll Williams left Thursday lor Troy Grove, III. for l.he wedding "01 Ihcir grandson, Hockey biolcr and Sharon Full?, l-nday at the Congregational church at Hollo. 111. They will live at Triumph. 111., and are employed at Monti ota, 111. They visited their daughter, and their granddaughter wlicrc they received a surprise visit from another daughter, the Pete Hclmers, lormerly of DCS Moines. The Hclmcrs were enroule to Aurora, 111., where he will be working on a large sewer construction project. The Williams returned Monday night. SENECA STARS MEET Bonnie Crouch had the Seneca Stars March 16. Jill Jensen presided. Cathy Bergum led the pledge to the flag. They planned the window display at Algona 4-H Day April 3. Bonnie Crouch showed her personalily booklel and Audrey Bergum gave a lalk. Becky Jensen gave an illuslrated talk, and Ann Fortney and Jill Jensen gave lalks. Linda Sue Kracht and Calhy Bergum had recreation. Mrs. Ted Jensen was visiting mother. The April meeting will be with Jill and Becky Jensen. Ann Fortney reported. MEETINGS HELD The Marlin Wegeners had the financing public services meeting Saturday. Present were the Calvin Vaudts, Kenneth Andres and Henry Loofts. Ted Jensen's group of the Lyle Newells,' the Wendell Rusches, John Slrueck- ers are planning a meeting this Wednesday at the Strueckers. SHOWER IS DATED Marilyn Johannesen Nolandcr, Milwaukee, will be given a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday at 2 o'clock al Ihe Seneca Lulheran church. All friends and relalives are inviled. Mrs. Henriella Thompson re- lurned recenlly from California where she visited her daughter, Rose Ann. The Marlin Wegeners had guests last week for Debbie's sLtt.1i birthday. Tuesday guests were Ihe Clarence Wegeners, Mrs. Charles Feye and children, and Mrs. Calvin Vaudl, Gletida and Gail. Friday guesls were Ihe malernal grandparents, the Ernest Muellers, Fcnlon, the Harlan Muellers, Fcnlon, and Melvin Pompcs, Whiltemore. Glenda Vaudl who spent the night with Debbie had her stay prolonged by the storm. The Clyde Husongs, Okabcna, Minn., were Sunday guests at David Looft's. March 14 visitors al Clco Classon's, Hingstcd, included the Curtis Olsons, Gaylord Olsons, Marinus Nelsons, former Scnc- cans, now from Clinton, Minn., the Verlyn Goerings, Jackson, Minn., Ervin Ncrcms and Sam Ncrcms, Forest City. Burial made at Wesley for Ethel Putney Wesley — Mrs. Ethel Putney, 66, died Friday at St. Ann hospital, Algona, following a lingering illness. Bctore her entrance lo the Herilage Hcst Home in Bancroft and several weeks ago to SI. Ann hospital, Algona, she had made her home wilh her sislcr, Mrs. (Florence) Will Becker, Algona, a number of years. Prior to the death of her husband they had lived in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Putney was born Dec. 16, 1898, to the late Jake Johnsons in Wesley. She is survived by two sisters: Mrs. Becker, ami Mrs. Merle Ferguson, Cedar Rapids; and Iwo brothers, George and Norman Johnson, Denver, Colo. Her parents, husband, two sisters, Mrs. (Clara) Jack Haverly and Mrs. (Carrie) Fred Diekman, and a brother, LeRoy are dead. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at McCullough Funeral parlors al Algona. Burial was in the Evergreen cemetery, Wesley. EX-RESIDENT DIES Word was received recently of the death of a former Wesley resident, Mrs. W. R. Grove 01 Riverside, Calif. She died March 18 al a Resl Home Iherc. She was Nellie, Ihe daughler of the lale Henry and llattie Price, born and grew up in Wesley. She is survived by her husband, one sislcr, Mrs. Agnes Ward, Nebraska, and three brothers: Charles and Harold Price, Wesley, and George Price, .Missoula, Monl. Funeral services were held March 22 al Riverside. SNOWBOUND QUESTS Mrs. Chloie Simpson had a number of snowbound guests during the two-day terrific blizzard last week. Tlicy were her daughler, the Kcnnclh Donovans, Esthcrvillc, who were en- route home Irom a week in Arkansas and Missouri; the Ed Hillcngas and sons, rural Unit; a man truck driver Irom Mason City; Bob Lewerkc and son Ron- mo, Brill. Tom Larson and son Art, Bufialo Center. MOVES ARE DATED The Paul Parklnirsls will move to Corwith April ,'J from the L. S. Koppcn house that has been sold to tlie Bill Hamgs. Mr. Parkhursl is science leacncr in the Wesley public school. Mrs. Ruth Kicke and three children will move into the Oliver Young home which she has purchased. Mrs. Helen Axness and family have rented the Bill Ryan home vacated by the Rickes, BLIZZARD VISITORS Snowbound visitors at Ed Dornbier's several days last week were his two sisters and families, the George Tushas, Garner, and Gary Hejliks, Brill. The adulls relumed home Friday and came for Ihcir children Sunday. The Zcno Reisings had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Betty Bode, Betty Ricke, John Youngwirth and LeRoy Grandganctt. The Vern Olsons will have Ihe nexl parly April 11. The Calvin Meineckcs and youngesl son, J. C., Jamaica, left for home Friday after several days al Ihe parenlal, N. F. Web- crs. March .10 Mr. Weber and daughter, Margaret .Jean Mein- eckc, were given a birthday party at Harold Weber's.. Present were the John Roedcrs, Algona, George Roedcrs, St. Benedict, Ben Webers, Brill, and Ihe LeRoy Grandganclls and N. F. Webers, Wesley. Ed Tlildman rcporls a grcal- grandson born March 10 lo Ihe Robcrl R. Kains, Whillemore. The grandparenls are Ihe Roberl F. Kains, Algona. They now have a family of four sons and a daughler. The Melvin Perkins, Blooming- Ion, 111., visiled her sister, Mrs. Lillie Malz, one day lasl week. They also visited relatives at Algona, Corwith and Britt. Mike Weig, Hamilton Business college, spent the weekend at his parents, Joe Weig's. Chas. Munson had a badly injured foot in a fall at his farm home and was hospitalised at St. Ann, Algona. Howard v u n n e m a f k and Duanc Larson were snowbound guests al Mike Vitzthum's two nights lasl week, Women Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free church will meet March ;J1 al Ihe church with Mrs, George Seabcrg and Mrs. Edna Wuboen., The Bill Cooks, Algona, were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs. I'. C. flaynes. Mrs. Esther Schroeder was brought home March 17 from the brill hospital where she had been a surgery patient for a week. The Lou Cinks had Iheir 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were the Jack Licktcigs, Merle Losses, and Kay Loebig. The Al Loc- bigs will have tnc next party April 4. The Valgcne llansens, Cedar Falls, were weekend guests al the parental Chas. Price and Thcron Hanson homes. Wcslcyans sent 18 bags of used clothing to the Good Will Industries when the truck called March 8. Prairie Neighbors will hold an April meeting al Tom Lickteig's. The Bob Lewerkes, Brill, and her molhcr, Mrs. Chloie Simpson, visited Ihe Anlon Pearsons Sunday. Olher visitors there were the Lloyd Gerbers, Algona, and Mrs. Larry Pearson and baby, Titonka. The Will Hauptly's had their 500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Margaret Pierce, Marjorie Goetz, Joe Goetz, Lawrence Fox, and Otto Fox. The Lee Goetzes will have Ihe nexl party. Edgar Meyer, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend at the parental Jake Meyer's. Diane Carman was a Sunday guest. Deborah Carman was a weekend guest at Lloyd Neswold's, Hutchins. Raymond Johnson, at Treynor, near Council Bluffs, in army missile work, spent the weekend at the parental Mrs. Pearline Johnson's. Mrs. Mary Lou Erickson and sons and Wilbur Johnson took him back Sunday. The Alvin Beckers had their 500 club Sunday. Winners were Marj Goelz, Rosemary Dornbier, Larry Grandganelt and Jack Vitzlhum. This concludes Ihe parlies for Ihe season. 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V-8 .standard in XL's and LTD's • New BIG SIX -biggest Six in any car, std. on other Galaxie and Custom models Visit your Ford Dealer and take a test drive soon! 'Lending acoustical consultant!! conducted tests in which 1965 Fords (Galaxie 500 Sedan, XL mid LTD Hurdtops) with 289-cu. in. V-8 engines and automatic transmissions rode quieter than a new Kolls-Koycc. Tests were certified by the U.S. Auto Club. Test Drive Total Performance '65 Best year yet to go Ford! FORD A PRODUCT Of ( ) MOTOR COMBW 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 LTD 4-Door Hardtop /r TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA Burt oldtimer dies at son's in California Burt _ Albert 0. Volenllne, 84, Burt, died at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph's hospital in Burbank Calif., after surgery Saturday. Me was spending the winter wilh his son Glenn and family al "acoima, Calif. Albcrl Volenline was born Nov. 2, 1880, and spenl mosl of his life in or near Burt. He attended the rural schools. Mary Noah and Albert Volentine were married March 7, 1906. They farmed near Burl unlil 1952 when they retired and moved to Burt. They had Iheir 50lh wedding, March 7, 1956, al Iheir home. She died April 1, 1962. He is survived by Iwo daughters and one son: Winsome, Mrs. Gordon Whitmore, Wichita, Kans.; Ellen, Mrs. George Crawford, Mason City; and Glenn Volentine, Pacoima, Calif. One daughter Nelda, Mrs. Walter Ruger, LuVerne, died Dec. 4, 1961, and one son George Volentine, died April 19, 1963. There are 11 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters Anna, Mrs. Ed Kruger, Roseau, Minn.; Bessie, Mrs. Will Kruger, Willmar, Minn.; Mae, Mrs. Robert Schau, Chicago, and 4 brothers, Clarence Volentine, Benson, Minn., Jess Volentine, Lone Rock, Herbert Volentine, Truman, Minn, and Roy Volentine, New London, Minn. He was a member of Burl Melhodisl church and aclive in church and commum'ly affairs. STALLED BY STORM The Quenlin Bjustroms and A. C. Hinckleys went to Iowa City March 16. The Hinckleys visited their daughters Judy, Mrs. Bill Schatz, Cedar Rapids, and Marilyn, Mrs. Don Thornsen, Iowa Cily. Mr. Bjuslrom wenl to the hospital for a checkup on his hand which had been operated on March 1. They started home Thursday bul because of Ihe slorm, slayed over nighl with Larry Hinckley in Des Moines. After the roads were opened they got home at 8 p.m. Friday. The Kindergarten Round-up will be.al 7:30 p.m. Ibis Thursday. The C. 0. Riddles, Wesl Concord, Minn., visited recently at the E. R. Woltz's. Mrs. Riddle is a sislcr of Mrs. Woltz and they are former Burt residents. Mrs. Albert Blcich returned Salurday from Ihe Lulheran hospital in Forl Dodge. She was a palienl several days because of severe nose bleed. The James Gades have a 7 Ib. 2 oz. daughter, Jilleen Helen, born at St. Ann hospital March 19. They have a son Douglas 4, and Dawn 2. Mrs. Helen Johnson is the grandmolher. The Gary Zwiefels, Titonka, were guesls al Myrlle Zwiefcl's Sunday. Fellowship nighl al Burl Mclh- odist church March 21 was postponed indefinitely because of the weather, Emil Hasse has been seriously ill at St. Ann hospital for several days. According to Gordon Gammack in the Des Moines Register "Swede Allen, Ruthven, reports in a 1925 county basketball tournament between Ruthven and Wesl Bend, Ihe half time score was 4-3 with Ruthven finally winning 8-7. The Ruthven coach, Harold Holmgren, now lives near Lone Rock." The Harold Holmgrens are spending Ihe winter months in the south. HOME FIRE — The Robert Pattersons lost their farm home southwesl of Cherokee in a fire March 8lh. Only belongings from the downstairs were saved. SERVICEMEN ON VIET NAM CARRIER USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) Interior Communications Technician Fireman Leroy A. Scherer, USN, son of Ihe Alfred D. Scherers, Algona, Iowa, is serv^ ing aboard Ihe altack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, which recently arrived in Subic Bay, the Philippines, for a brief period of rest and relaxation. Coral Sea played a major role in the air reprisal strikes over North Viet Nam on Feb. 7 and 11. This is the first liberty port for the carrier's crew since Jan. 16. LuVERNE LIVEWIRES LuVerne Livewires met with Kathy Trauger. A demonstralion on floors, walls and mirrors was given. Talks were by Teresa Gilligan and Zelda Witzel. Special aclivily was by Norma Heinen on inlroduclions. Lunch was served by Mrs. Trauger. Reporter is Teresa Gilligan. Ml Of CARPENTRY WORK Experienced in Construction of TILE CEILINGS WINDOWS DOORS KITCHENS FLOORS CLOSETS NEW ROOFS Set me for special prices on new combination storm and screen windows. WALTS CARPENTRY SERVICE CENTNER 499 N. Hall St. Ph. 295-2517 , Iowa Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! PLEASE- When writing about your subscription please give your full address and make name AS IT APPEARS ON YOUR PAPER. WHEN CHANGING addess give BOTH the OLD and NEW. We have 5500 cards to check, and many names are identical. THANK YOU The Advance SUBSCRIPTION DEPT. o The Easter Parade is just three short weeks away and the second floor of the Chrischilles Store is brimming over with wonderfully new spring suits, dresses and coats , . . never in our history have we had such a delightful galaxie of nice things to show you ... brighten up your life on these dreary March days by stopping in at the Chrischilles Store to see what is new for spring. Our courteous salesgirls will be most happy to show you anything you desire even though yog may be only browsing. See what's new for spring in the store that has been serving Kpssuth County with quality for 95 years. HOME OF QUALITY SINCE 1870"
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