Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 17
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1965
Page 17
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THUMDAV, APRIL. VIMS-<AL66NA (Iowa) A&VAN66- Algona Pacemakers NEAL O'BRIEN • President MIKE PUTNEY Vice-president Fenton Progressors PHILIP RUGER President RANDALL BIERLE Vice-President Seneca woman found injured by neighbor Seneca ,— Mrs. Carrie Jensen is a patient at the Estherville hospital following a fall at her home at Seneca. She has a broken right wrist and a cracked collarbone. Mrs. Jensen, who lives alone next to the Seneca store, was found by Mrs. C. 0. Bailey at 9 a.m. Tuesday morning. She investigated after seeing veni- tian blinds had not been raised at the Jensen home. She found Mrs. Jensen on the living room floor where she had been since 9 o'clock the preceding night. She managed to pull a comforter from the davenport which she used to" cover herself and reached a pillow in a nearby chair. They called a daughter Victoria, Mrs. Art Claussen, who got an ambulance to take Mrs Jensen to the hospital. GfegefsofiS are from Rutland. A tax discussion gf oup including the Jim Rocks, "Zip" Ko0ns- es, Kefifieth Bfoneses and William Phelpses met at the Phelps home Thursday. Mrs, 'Mae Larson is home from the hospital and able td be about in a wheel chair and walk* er, She had fallen earlier and broken her hip. A metal pin was inserted in the broken bone. She is not in a cast. The Raymond Pichts were Sunday visitors at Alden Wilcox's, Lakota. The John Kellys were Sunday !allers at Mrs. Joe Preston's. The Mervin Johnsons, Ed God' redsons, Nels Godfredsons, Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, the David Hankins, Roger Foxes, Algona, and the Henry Hankins, :orwith, visited the Ben Wib- )ens, Algona, for their 25th anniversary. Mrs. Cecil Godfredson expected to be released from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, this week. She did not suffer a heart attack, as was feared earlier. She is improving, steadily. The 0. B. Koons and Michael Christs, Lakota, were Sunday guests at Jim Koons's. The Laverne Larsons had their 500 club Friday. The Larsons both scored ; high. The Harold Roalsons,.Clifford Beadles and Tony Lohses were Sunday guests at August Robin- thals, Hie Maurice Wesley, and Mitfotd Plathes, St. Joe, were (also 1 Vis* itots. Ellen Bormann, daughter of the Clarence Bofmanns, had a Mrthday Sunday with classmates, friends, ind relatives for in afternoon of games followed by lunch. Judy Kollasch, daughter of the B. J. Kollasches had a birthday Sunday with classmates and friends at the Kollasch home for the afternoon. Fenton Jean Priebe Mrs. Ray Uthof had a quilting party Tuesday at her home Guests were Mrs. Herman Haack, Mrs. Clara Fischer, Mrs Walter Pertl, Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Ole Pederson. Mrs. Louie Weisbrod Monday afternoon had a coffee for her birthday. Guests were. Mrs. Wil liam DeWall, Mrs. Wilfred Stoe her, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. Net tie Vaux . of Fairmont, Mrs Charles Weisbrod and Mrs. Al >ert Mitchell. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday at the Parish hall. Hostesses vere Mrs, Arno Juhl and Mrs. Obed Naig. The Singspiration vas led by Mrs. Charles Nelson. Special music was by the Depew Circle. The Cause was by Mrs. Kenneth Cody. Offering mediation was given by Mrs. Art Juhl. The Jack Tiemans, who recently moved to a farm near Fenton, were given a housewarming by 40 neighbors'Wed- nesday evening. Nine tables of Bunco were played with high scores by Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Gerald Geesman, and low by Mrs. Arnold Nielson and Roy Benson. The guests brought lunch. The James Schmidts moved from Fenton to a farm south of Lone Rock Sunday. The Ed Bruhns returned home Wednesday from a visit to Tucson, Ariz. They also visited in Mesa and Phoenix, Ariz., and took a trip 400 miles into Mexico to Navajoa. On their return trip the Bruhns had as companion Mrs. Bruhn's aunt, Mrs. Clara Hicks, whom they took to her home in Dubuque. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner patient at the hospital at Es therville, following a stroke, ha; recovered sufficiently to be brought home last Wednesday. He is able to be up and about. Jim Bergum, student at Mankato Business College, had an appendectomy Wednesday at the Estherville hospital. He returned Sunday and expects to resume school next Monday. The Millen Jensens, Waltham, Minn., spent the weekend at August Nelson's. Joining them Saturday were the George Jensens, Ringsted, and Willard Appelt, Swea City. The Bill Bernhards had the Maurice Bernhards, Bancroft, and Roy Kliegls, Whittemore, as guests Sunday for their son Nicholas's 2nd birthday. Joan Breese, student at Mankato State, is spending the quarter break with her parents, the Lewis Breeses. Mrs. Marlys^Kreuger and Tom my, Fairmont, spent the weekend at John Johannesen's. Joining them Thursday were the Morris Johannesens, Armstrong. »»»»«»+»»»»»«»»+»+»»»*+« Eileen Wagner left Friday for Colorado Springs, Colo., accompanying Doris Walla, Minneapolis, to Denver, Colo. She was met by her cousin Betty Wagner, who is receptionist at Holly Sugar, Colorado Springs. CD of A will .sponsor a bake sale and breakfast in St. Joseph's school hall Sunday morning following the 8 and 10 o'clock masses. Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mary Jane Origer are chairmen. Carol Lynne, daughter of the Marcel Redings, born March 21 was baptized Sunday by Rev Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs. Jerry Oxley and Vernon Kramer. The Dale Chicoines, Jefferson S. D., spent the weekend here with the letter's . parents, the Harold Redings. The Lannie Millers, West Bend, Dean Doddses, Algona and John Thuls, St. Joe, were Sunday guests at Raymond Kohl "A SPECIAL" for INCOME TAX due April 15! We have MONEY to loan you — $20 — $50 — $100 — or any amount up to $5000. • INCOME TAX • REAL ESTATE TAX • PERSONAL TAXES • ANY PURPOSE Made at LOW - LOW - TERMS Phone or Visit the money headquarters. This offer ends this weekend Wag mr Carpel Swieper with Nrehase of any NORGE GAS DRYER "The only drytf with 15-YEAR WARRANTY »B«lnst detects In th» muterlal and workmanship with one year warranty on motor. Parts will be rt» paired or replaced kt our option during warranty period. Customer to pay labor charges after first year. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N.Moore Phone 295 3507 4 ways this one is lust BIGGER DRUM —An extra cubic foot for freer tumbling- fewer wrinkles — faster drying. STOP'N DRY—Now dries with or without tumbling. Comes with spicial rick tor no-tumble loads. WANT LINT SCREEN filters and collects qjor« lint. $ 189 50 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE "Complete LP and Natural Gas Company" 295-2484 ALGON TO MAKE BANDAGES Blakjer Lutheran church women,voted to make bandages for Lutheran World Relief when they met at the church basement for a postponed meeting Thursday. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson gave the devotions and had the worship. The Bible Study was by Mrs. Ted Jensen. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Bergum and Mrs, Art Bergum. 4-H CLUB MEETS Progressive Farmers met with Brian and Ross Johnson March 15. A ping pong tournament will be played at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The main discussion of the meeting was ques tions on tour project. Brian and Ross Johnson gave a discussion on the wise use of .money. Lowell Mueller reported. SHOWER RE-SCHEDULED The bridal shower scheduled for Marilyn Johannesen Nolander at the Seneca Lutheran church last Saturday had to be postponed because of blizzare conditions in Milwaukee, Jt has been re-scheduled for April 17 Tommy Nielsen, who has been Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones The R. E. Petersons have moved to Swea City to the former Mary Seylar home they recently purchased. Mr. Peterson had lived on the farm place from the time he was 12. The Peterson home place was where the William Brocks had lived before they moved into Swea City. The old country school was located where the Peterson home was built. The Laurel Petersons have now moved to the Rudy Peterson farm , from the Bexell farm. The Reuben Holcombs visited her sister, the Herman Schut- ters, Spencer, Sunday. The Ed Frerichs went to Le Sueur, Minn, to see his father, Fred Frerichs, who had a heart attack, They were overnight guests and enroute home Sunday stopped at Truman to visit Mrs. Fi-erichs' brother, the Melvin Mings. The Maynard Gregersons are now on the farm the Herb Pa- penfuhses recently vacated. The LAMPS! LAMPS! LAMPS! mmmm^^m^mi^^mmm FLOOR SAMPLE DISCOUNT SALE! c sn THURSDAY, APRIL 1st THRU SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd 20% DISCOUNT on ALL FLOOR SAMPLES IN STOCK! WE HAVE LAMPS FROM $1.98 TO $39.95 T" GOOD LIGHTING IS THE MOST ... WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT AT THE COAST-TO-COAST ID WOLF, Owner ALGONA

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