Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
Page 15
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•*••«**«****•«*»**********••*«**•*•••*+«»*«+***•* Around Algona byONIETADlDRIKSEN Phon. 295-2605 Mrl Arthur Cruikshank was hostess Monday afternoon to her Sewing Club. iruee McCullough is enjoying three weeks of vacation from the Preparatory School at Hebron, Me., where he is taking his senior year of high school and will return there early next week. Mr» Ruble Walker entertained at a family dinner on March 14 in honor of her great-granddaughter, Michelle Walker, who was three years old. Guests Were the child's parent, the Allen Walkers, their son Michael; her grandparents, the Russell Walkers and their daughter Lorna; also Ervin Van Hastin, who rooms at the home of the hostess. Mr and Mrs Walter Haupert drove to Waterloo for the weekend and brought back with them Mrs Haupert's father who had been visiting a daughter there and returned him to his home at Bancroft. Mr» Chat. Patterson is enjoying a visit from her grand- daughter, Barbara Perry, of Walla Walla, Wash., who is a freshman at Carleton College, and came Friday evening from Northfield, Minn., by train to Mason City and then via bus to Algona. She will return to school on Sunday at the close of the between semesters vacation. Mr and Mrs J«t» Riddla who have been at the home of Mrs Sid Spear for a few weeks, left today for West Concord, Minn., where they will remain with relatives till April 1 and then return to Claremont, Calif. Mr and Mrs John McGuire accompanied by the letter's sister, Mrs Jess Lashbrook, drove to Minneapolis after receiving word of the critical illness at University hospital there of Al Ian Burtis, a brother of the women. They returned home on Friday leaving him greatly improved. band, Mr and Mrs Dan Jones, of LaCrosse, Wis. Mr and Mr* Ralph Morgan or- rived home a week ago Monday from Brownsville, Texas where they had spent six Weeks. They came a bit earlier than usual, planning to attend the wedding at Staples, Minn., on Saturday, March 20, of Ralph's granddaughter, Joyce Peters, but due to the blizzard of Wednesday and Thursday and blocked roads they did not go. Joyce is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Peters and her mother is the former Vivian Morgan. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman are driving to Minneapolis late tomorrow and will be joined there for the weekend by their daughter Marcia and her hus- A daughter who has been named Lora Ann was born recently to Mr and Mrs Tom Zeigler of Minneapolis making grandparents of Mr and Mrs Earl Zeigler and great-grandparents of the Wilbur Zeiglers of Algona. Mrs Raymond Gilbert fell on the ice in her back yard on March 19, breaking a bone in her forearm just above the wrist and is carrying it in a cast for six weeks. The Gilbert's daughter and her husband, Mr and Mrs Gary Bernau and three little boys of Charles City, were here Sunday and the Roland Bernaus, West Bend, were hosts at a family dinner at Van's in celebration of their son Gary's birthday. Other guests that afternoon at the Gilbert home were Mrs Gilbert's brother Lowell Johnson and his wife of Estherville accompanied by Mr and. Mrs Jim Mathre. Mrs Fred Shi Its conducted an Eastern Star School of Instruction Monday at Forest City and was accompanied by Mrs Wilbur Zeigler who acted as Chaplain for the Chapter there at both afternoon and evening sessions. Places? SEE US FIRST First stop for the last word in car care is our Sinclair Station. While lubricating your car, we follow Sinclair's Car Care Guide to make sure every part is serviced correctly. We make sure your oil level is safe, replace oil when needed. We Safety- Check, free, such vital parts as tires, radiator, fan belt, battery, f ' Drive with care and buy SinClOlf ^ Sinclair. ..at the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. Hilton Sinclair Service 5-3654 BILL HILTON, Owner Algona Mr and Mrs Geo. W. Wolf arrived home Friday afternoon from Lake Worth, Fla. A week after arrival there in January Mr Wolf became ill and had surgery at the local hospital where he remained 19 days, then enjoyed recuperating in the sunny South where they stayed two weeks longer than usual. En- route home they had no trouble till after passing Des Moines. They drove from Champaign, 111. that day; found visibility very bad before they reached the Perry corner, but got from there to Cowrie where they spent two days with Mrs Wolf's sister before continuing home. While downtown in Cowrie Mrs Wolf saw Ed Wolf of the Coast-lo- Coast who had been stranded in his car at Boxholm and taken by a maintenance truck into Gowrie. Geo. Wolf returned Monday morning to his work at the ASC office.' Engaged MR. AND MRS. Vcrl Smith of Bancroft announce the engagement of their daughter, Colleen, of 3600 Franklin, DCS Moines, to George Owens Jr., of 4102 Harding Jioad, Des Moines, son of Mr and Mrs George Owens of Galesburg, 111. No definite wedding date has been set. Miss Smith attended Drake University and is employed with New York Lite Insurance Co. Her fiance is a senior in the College of Pharmacy at Drake University and a member of Kappa Psi professional fraternity and Alpha Tau Omega social iraternity. and Tom Dai ley who left for California on Jan. 6, got home Tuesday evening of last week just ahead of the big storm. On me day they arrived on the west coast they learned that Tom's brother, Harry Dailey, of L,ong Beach, had been buried that morning and they had been unable to locate him enroute. Tom's sister Margaret's hus- oand, Geo. Sheppard, of Yucaipa, underwent eye surgery a- oout a month ago and is not doing too well. The Johnsons visited their daughter Fern and her husband, Mr and Mrs Jim riaynes at Glendora and while there Hugo and Tom built for them a large garage, a family room and a patio so kept very busy during a 'so called' vacation. Tom visited his daughter, Maxine Vander Hagen at Aloma, Calif., and on return to Algona, dropped off at Humboldt and remained till Saturday with nis other daughter, Dorothy Noonan then came liome oy bus on Saturday. to Mexico City. They also visited in Acapulco and viewed the Mayan Ruins in Yucatan. They arrived back at Kansas City on March 16, planning to drive home the following day and had no difficulty on the 17th till after they left Adel on No. 169. Visibility became very poor and on a bridge not far south of the Perry corner they struck a piece of ice. the car skidded, and the strong wind blew them across the road against the bridge a- butmcnt and on the left side. Before they were able to right the car it was struck by a state maintenance truck. The Bournes were not hurt, but the Malands Who were riding in the rear seat suffered minor cuts and bruises The car was badly damaged The four were taken to Perry where Malands went to the hospital and Bournes remained till Friday when they rode to Algona with the Clifford Youngs (Mrs Young had been storm bound there after arriving fron Denver by train on Wednesday- Dr and Mrs Bourne drove back to Perry Sunday to pick up the Malands who were guests here at the home of her sister, Mr V. V. Naudain, for a few day before returning to Elmore. Power failure, snow storm, havocs Fenton sota both Wednesday and thtifs day nights. Matty Haase had gone to do some chores on his farm Wednesday afternoon, and was unable to get back to his house in town. He spent that night bed- led down oh straw and old Blankets in the barn, and Thursday morning walked to Ray Dreyer's. His wife reports he ALGONA (fowl) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1965 is suffering from a cold. There were no mail trucks coming to Fenton from Wednesday morning until Friday morning. PROCESSORS M6ET Fenton Progressors met at llic Lone Rock Legion hall March IS with Delon Jehta as host, the Pledge was led by Kim bfejtef. Meetings will now be the see* ond Tuesday of each month. De- Ion Jentz and Robert Kfiuse were appointed to the recerea* tion committee. Plans were made for 4-H Day and the Min« ncapolis tour. Lunch was served by Mrs. Jentz. MUTUAL INSURANCE WEEK MARCH 21 - 27 KOSSUTH MUTUAL - Serving This Area for 78 Years - Mrs Sam Medin was released Sunday from St. Ann and is now staying at the farm home of her sister, Mrs Walter Bleich. Mrs Medin slipped on the ice Tuesdjay of last week and fell on her left arm crushing the wrist and it will be some time before she can use it. Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson Mrs Al De Crane, the former Joan Hoffman, Hew from New tfork City to Mason City where she was met Sunday evening and her husband flew in there Monday night, called by the sudden death oi her mother, Mrs Karl Hoffman, Sunday morning. OVER $104,000,000 IN FORCE Fenton — Electrical power failed at Fenton about 3:15 Wednesday afternoon, and stayed off until after 6. The company serving Fenton is the Iowa Power and Light Co. of Armstrong. Fenton schools were closed Wednesday through Friday, and most businesses in town were closed Thursday. Two truck drivers, one from Mason City and the other from Laurens, were stranded in Fenton and stayed Wednesday and Thursday nights with the Ray Priebes. A repair crew from the power and light company spent Wednesday night with telephone manager Leroy Jacobsen, Mrs. Erma Crouch, telephone operator who lives on a farm near Fenton, stayed at the office both Wednesday and Thursday nights. Several residents were ma rooned outside Fenton during the storm. Norman Bollinger spent Wednesday and Thursday nights in Algona. Jim Schmidt spent the two nights in Lone Rock. Ray Uthof was stranded at a farm place north of New Ulm from Wednesday afternoon until after noon on Friday. Bill Householder was stranded some place in Mlnne Dr and Mrs M. J. Bourne arrived home Friday evening from a vacation in Mexico on which they were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Clarence Maland of Elmore. They left three weeks earlier, drove to Kansas Cily and due to our late February storm got the last plane out of there for Chicago and thence Classic: New Intermediate-Size Rambler. Larger, sportier with engine options up to a mighty 327 cu. in. V-8. • FIRE • LIGHTNING • WINDSTORM • LIABILITY • AUTO • HOMEOWNERS • COMMERCIAL RISK • BLANKET COVERAGE ON FARM PERSONAL PROPERTY * 32 Agents To Serve You * Prompt & Direct Claim Service From The Home Office In Algona Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. ALGONA, IOWA If you didn't know Ramblers now look like this, you simply haven't been looking DAU'S GARAGE Ramblers are blossoming out in the most exciting new shapes, styles, sizes, lengths. Plenty of new power, new sports options, new zest. And all added to the rock-solid, easy-on-gas Rambler personality and extra-value features. See the swinging '65 Rambler sports—the Sensible Spectaculars— at your Rambler dealer. American Motors—Dedicated to Excellence RAMIIER '§5 <- Ambassador • Classic • American «•• Wilfh thf D*nny K*y§ §how on CBS-TV, Wednesday evening* NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Wed., March 31st Will be the last day to pay your First Installment of Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes WHICH WILL BECOME DELINQUENT APRIL 1ST. 94% PENALTY WILL BE ADDED FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL AND %% FOR EACH MONTH THEREAFTER, AS PROVIDED BY LAW, SECOND HALF OF TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT OCTOBER 1st. DELINQUENT TAXES WILL BE ADVERTISED THE LAST TWO WEEKS IN NOVEMBER. TAX SALE TO BE HELD ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER AS REQUIRED BY LAW. TAXPAYERS ARE ADVISED TO FURNISH THE DESCRIPTION OF THEIR PROPERTY OR BRING THEIR OLD TAX RECEIPTS WITH THEM. IF IT IS NOT CONVENIENT TO COME TO AtGONA, WRIT! TO THIS OFFICE OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BANK, ROSELLA VOIGT COUNTY TREASURER

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