Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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Three Algona women In Washington THREE ALGONA women are pictured with Senators Hickenlooper and Miller in Washington, D. C. The Algonans were part of an Iowa Sixth district group at the Republican Women's Conference in Washington, which ended Saturday. At the left. in, the front row is Mrs. Marc Moore, and at the extreme right is Mrs. L. L. Riter. Second from the right in the back row is Clara M. Amesbury, all of Algona. Senators Miller and Hickenlooper are in the back row. Fish fry and talk held by St. Joe K. C's St. Joe — Knights of Columbus met Wednesday evening with a 6:30 p.m. fish fry with special guests and visitors in the local club rooms. Dr. Frank Tepner, Bode, spoke, on farm chemicals. First and second degree initiation will be held at the Algona K. C. hall April 11 at 3 o'clock. St. Joseph's Council candidates are Lorenz Bormann, Leo Bormann, Phillip Bormann and Howard Kohlhaas. The fish fry committee was Francis Er- pclding, Peter Becker, Daryl Baker, Howard Bormann, Orville Wagner, Gerald Girrcs, Mark Thilges, Ray Kohlhaas, Bill Erpelding, Joel Reding and Dick Bormann. The Don Bcsches, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend here with her parents, Beckers. the Joseph 25th wedding of Irvington pair observed Irvington — A party given at the St. Benedict parish hall Saturday night was for the Bud Arndorfer's 25th wedding. Attending included all ten of the Arndorfer children, and brothers and sisters of both Mr. and Mrs. Arndorfer. Other guests were Rev. Father Nicholis Ruba, the Harold Thills, Albert Bor- manns, Donald Bormanns, Albert Kramers, Francis Froeh- lichs, Ott Fischers, Dennis Lick- teigs, Robert Arndorfers, Marvin Eischens, Robert Mayers and Alqona Ficmuth County THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1965 — ALGONA, IOWA -Advance Robert Eischens. 50 present. There were SHOWER IS GIVEN A bridal shower for Jean Becker was held at St. Cecelia's hall, Algona, Sunday. Cards were" played with Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Francis Froehlich, Karen Thilges and Mrs. Don McCarthy -winning- -prizes. Lunch was served by the hostesses. She will be given another shower at Emmetsburg Saturday evening. She will be married to Richard Farrell, Emmetsburg, May 1, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. They will live at Sioux City, where both are employed. Linda Swanson, who has rheumatic fever following a strep throat infection several weeks ago, is still recuperating at her parents, the Carl Swansons. Linda, who teaches at Haywar- den, has been in bed about seven weeks. Visiting Merle Wellendorf at the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, last week, were Lloyd Kenneth Roney. Merle says he has lost 53 Ibs. He is able to get around the hospital on his own now, but will remain another three weeks. The Howard Swansons were weekend visitors of Mrs. Swanson's parents, the G. A. Osborns, Ames. Word was received here by the Robert Skillings that Mrs. Shilling's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, IJvermore, entered Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, Sunday for major surgery Monday. Mrs. Stiltz came through the surgery well. The Elmer Doles, Irvington, returned last weekend after several weeks in California with the daughter Lois, the Joe Birds. Also returning from California recently after several weeks there, were the Herman Drees- mans, formerly of Irvington. Easier Bunny al S&L Store The "Easter Bunny" will be in the S & L store this weekend and next, with candy treats for the kiddies. Manager Joe Pomplun reports the bunny will be in the store from 4 until 9 p.m. Friday and from noon until 5 p.m. Saturday. BREAKS SHOULDER Adrian Sterling fell Monday afternoon while he was closing the garage at Foster Furniture store and broke his left arm below the shoulder. Because of the location of. the break no cast can. be applied so the arm is taped to his body and it must heal in that position. He is at Wind tossed plane jolts Burt couple Burt — The Ray McWhorters who recently returned from a trip to Hawaii had a harrowing experience on a jet plane they took from Los Angeles to the islands. The plane was scheduled to take five and a half hours. The first part was fine but at about half way the plane hit a 120 mph turbulent wind that tossed the plane around. They were flying at 34,000 feet at 545 mph when they hit the wind. At first there was no alarm, but when clothing, pillows, and small luggage flew from the overhead racks, and some seat belts broke, the picture changed rapidly. Many people got air sick, and he stewardesses were so sick hemselves they couldn't help he passengers. After the plane lad landed the captain said they iad hit four severe jolts of tur- mlence, and many minor ones. After that experience the Me Whorters did not look forward with enthusiasm to the return Wellendorf, Randall Clark and St. Ann hospital. It has come to our attention that some cars in our town need an engine tune- up; They start hard, stall, sound bad, andexhibitotherdistressingsymptoms. If yovircar is acting up, we suggest you see us at your earliest convenience for our expert engine tune-up. Your re* ward will be a sweet'SQunding, sweet- running motor with better performance and better mileage, Drive in today, trip, but it was smooth and calm flying at 37,000 feet at 625 mph. Despite their plane trip over the McWhorter's took an inter- island plane trip circling the eight islands and landing at Hawaii and Kausai. They flew over the Kilauea volcano crater at a low height. The plane carried only 11 passengers with a window for each. They visited Pearl Harbor and the sunken ships. In one restricted area cameras were locked up. They also saw the graves of Ernie Pyle, and Capt. Cook who discovered the islands. The McWhorters saw the many tourist attractions in the west and in the travel visited the Fred (Beth Annis) Freeses, El Paso, the Lloyd Smiths, Beaumont, Calif.; Don Webster, ex- Bancroft, Riverside, Calif.; the Roland (Madonna Quinn) Whites, Honolulu; Bertha Smith, ex- Bur t, Burbank, Calif.; the Elmer Hansens, Pentaluma, Calif.;.the- Ted Ringsdorfs, La tan, Calif.; Stan Cechs, Colorado Springs, and Vera McWhorter, Omaha. PADDLEFISH — Two LcMars men, Gary Korver and Bob Cooper, snagged their limit (two apiece) of paddlefish (spoonbill catfish) in about an hour and a half on, the Missouri River near Yankton, S. D. They caught fish averaging from 20 - 30 Ibs. with the biggest weighing 32 Ibs. Wool payments for 64 goes out next week Shorn wool payments for the 1964 marketing year will amount to 16.5 per cent of the dollar returns each producer received from the sale of shorn wool during the period from Januay through December 1964, R. I. Anderson, ASCS chairman, has announced. The rate of payment was do termined recently by the document of agriculture as the Dercentage necessary to bring ;he national average of wool priced at 53.2 cents per pound received by growers during 1904 up to the previously announced incentive level of 62 cents per pound under the national wool program. Producers thus will receive an incentive payment of $16.50 for every $100 received from the sale of shorn wool during the tenth year of the program. This compares with a payment of $27.80 per $100 of marketings for the 1963 marketing year when the average wool sales price was 48.5 cents per pound. The payment rate on 1964 sales of unshorn live lambs to compensate for the wool on them will be 35 cents per hundred weight. This payment on sales of live lambs that have never been shorn is based on the shorn wool payment. The payment rate compares with 54 cents per hundredweight for the 1963 marketing year. No payments will be made on mohair sold in the 1964 market- ng year because the average >rice of 94.3 cents per pound •cceivcd by producers was above the mohair support price of 72 cents per pound. Such payments on moliair were made only for .he 1962 marketing year. The ASCS office will begin making 1964 program payments next week. Payments under the National Wool Act for the 1963 marketing year totaled $12,504.- in Kossuth. Churches •••••••••••••••• FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Algona, Iowa Thursday, April 8 3:45 p.m. — Thursday-Nile Youlh Club. 7 p.m. — Regular Truslec meeling. 7:30 p.m. — Lenten Services uucst speaker, Rev. John Rein crs of Lakola, la. Sunday, April 11 9:30 a.m. — Sunday Churcl School. 10:45 a.m. — The Church a Worship. Reception of nc\ members. 7 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. Tuesday, April 13 8 p.m. — Ruth Circle. Hostess, Mrs Keith Christie. Co-hostess, Mrs Arthur Hix. Program, Mrs Lamont Wellendorf. Devotions, Mrs Richard Shiplcr. Wednesday, April 14 6:45 p.m. — Sanctuary Choir praclice. Cancer Crusade In Bancroft kick-off Nineteen American Cancer Crusade volunteer workers at- cndecl the Crusade kick-off nccting at Roy's Grill in Bancroft Friday. Mrs. Jack VanNorman, chairman of the North Kossuth .Cancer Chapter gave the welcome and introduced Mrs. Francis t)oocy, Cftisadc Chairman for North Kossulh. Francis Anderson, field representative, showed a film. Each worker received work kits for the Crusade and will be calling soon. Hey, Kids... come in and see our Giant (teal Live EASTER BUNNY He'll be here in person on Friday and Saturday, April 9 and 10 Friday — 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday — noon to 5 p.m. Free Gifts to all children accompanied by parents. Thursday, April 15 7:30 p.m. — Communion. Sinclair Hilton Sinclair Service §tltf $»rtf ti 53454 Make a splash with Gems of the Sea 3* fUGUU Bursting into fashion —leaves and swirls and sprays of golden or platinum-toned Trifanium set with simulated pearls. 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