Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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Damage in Bancroft fire 4-AL66NA (Iowa) ADVANCP THURSDAY, APRIL 15, A WltH Mrs. A, D. Cfawffifd, fc with Mrs. 0, B. Marines, C Wtlh Mrs. Dick Meyer and D^with Mrs. firnest Egel. Tile Kttlh cle met April 13 at 8 o with Mrs. Robert ftftgel. OBSERVES 3rd BIRTHDAY The third birthday of Karen Ann, daughter of Mr., and'] PART OF THE destruction" done by a fire to the Bancroft Speed Wash on Sunday, April 4, is shown in this photo taken from inside the building. In the center are three Of the five washing machines that fell through the floor into the basement. Nine other washers were badly damaged. George Rahe, owner oThe business, expects to~re-dpen' the hear future however, after a new floor is .installed as well as new light fixtures — and of course, new washers. The above picture was, taken frOm the first floor and shows a mass;' of damaged water pipes and electrical wirirVg also. ' - observed Monday evefilhg at Mrs. Angfeline Gustin'sygrsihd- tnother of the honoree. Her parents, brother, Kenneth,, James, and sister, Deborah. Lyrirtlfse- brand were also present, CONCERT DATED MONDAY The Junior high vocal music department will present "The Heritage of American Music" at 7:30 Monday, April 19, lln the auditorium. The 7th and rfth grade chorus under the direction of Mr, Snustad will be featured. It had been scheduled originally April 12. ' BAPTISED Following the baptism Sunday of Carolyn Kay, infant : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black by Rev. Newton Coughenqur, the family and Gus Hagg were stopper guests of the ' rnaternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. " * tel. A fep6ft on State eoflfefertce and fepwt en trofttfflitfng, cmii* fflittee wa§ given, , ••'-'', • HOSTS CARD CLUB Mrs. Grace Jackmati.was hostess to tier daid club at a pat luck supper Wednesday evening. HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB , Mfs. Albert Granzow enter- her bridge'club Wednes* afterttoofi. •„ ' ' Mrs. Leo Thilges entertained her 500 club Wednesday aftef< noon. Hampton. ' ~ " -•Burial was in the St. Joseph parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Ratidy and Raymofid Fabery Dennis Bofmann, and Dean Hilbert. Hamilton's were in change, Mr. and Mrs. James Potter anne was recently born. and family of Nevada spent the weekend at the Dr. A. J. Eason and Dr. Ray Potter homes. On Sunday the Easons and James Potters went to Forest City for a pre-Easter dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Oglands. Mrs. Og- land is the former Mary Eason. Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank had as, dinner guests Saturday her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and- Mrs. John McNeill and son Miclv ael. Michael is a student at the Ames university. A rummage sale will be held Saturday, April 25 by women of the Methodist church. Hours are 8 to 11 o'clock. The June circle will'have coffee and refresh* ments for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundelf and family came from Ankeny for a visit at the parental Adrian Sterlings. Mr. Sterling is soon to be released from St. Ann hospital where he was taken for treatment of a broken arm. Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Judd" St. John has written his parents that the town he lives in, Savage, Minn., is completely isolated by flood waters and the split level house they have has been threatened on the lower floors and they have moved furniture to the upper areas. He is able to get back and forth vice-president of fraternity. Vern to his work W.D.G.Y. of at radio which he station has recently been made manager. He is on the air from 9 till 12 each week day. He did not sav how he manages the trip back and fourth but one can only assume via row boat or possible water transportation arrangements by a group living in the area. Sterling Lundell, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling, who entered the science con test held in Des Moines received a superior rating, the high est given. He attends the school at Ankeny, his home, and his paper on "Sex determination of Fruit Flies" was rated 100%. Mrs. Inez Wolfe has returned from Sabonburg, Kan., where she assisted in the care of sickness in the family, one member having had surgery. Enroute from a visit at Sa< bonburg, Kan. and Fairfield, Mrs. Inez Wolfe stopped at Des Moines to visit with Mrs. A. D. Lehman, former Algonan. Mrs. Lehman has a walking cast on her foot having fallen a few weeks ago breaking bones in her foot. Mrs. Anne Presthus has had gall bladder sureery at Park hospital, Mason City. She is convalescing at the home of her sister in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillip. took their daughter Gayle to Grinnell Saturday and enroute home stopoed in Des Moines for a weekend visit with relatives. Gayle plans to enter the college in the fall. Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Johnson plan to go to Des Moines next week where the former will have § eheck-UD at the Yeter- Mrs. Margaret Lynch of Lone Rock was a guest of Mrs. Fred Wegener Wednesday and from here went to Waterloo to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Marshall expect Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schulz, of Mora, Minn., as Easter Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen plan to have as Easter guests their sons William and Dick and families. It is also possible Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook of Mason City will be here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E lief son entertained at dinner following the confirmation in the Methodist church for Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellefson of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanson, and Terra, Mr. Sidney Ellefson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ellefson, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith, of Woden, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Johnson. Vern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig has been elected the Thota Xi attends the Iowa State university at Ames. He is taking a course in mechanical engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBride were among several guests who attended a shower at Bode Sunday for the infant born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Skillern, Mrs. Hugh Ranev was hostess to her Canasta club Tuesday afternoon. Betty Holt came home Friday from the State University of Iowa City and will spend hor Easter vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Holt. The son Alan, a student at the Towa State Universitv, Ames, will be home for the Easter weekend. Mr, and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre will have as Easter dinner guests the families of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gahan, of Iowa Falls Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferris and Mr, and Mrs. Murrav Mowers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson went to Emmons Friday, April 9 and were overnight guests of the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christian. Saturday they went to Minneapolis, Minn, and saw the "Ice Follies". They plan to spend Easter Sunday with the Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ferstl and family are going to Wesley for Easter Sunday dinner with the laser's brother and family Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Cink'. > Joan Post is coming home Friday and will remain till Sunday afternoon with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post. She is a student nurse at St. Joseph's at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch will have as Easter guests the daughter Rosemary, R.N. who works at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, her fiance John Wibe, also of Fort Dodge and Madonna Gisch who teaches at Windom, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch had as guest Tuesday the latter's sister Mrs. Dean Kienitz, of Bancroft. Carolyn Rochleau, student at State College of Iowa, visited a week with her parents, the Victor Rochleaus. Sunday, she went to Mason. City to; bSgin her ; student • teaching at Roosevelt Jr. high. She -will return to Ce- MEETING CHANGE The Delphian Society 1 , will meet Friday, April 23,' at 1:45 p.m. at:the home of Mrs, Lloyd Robinson: This is a change in the meeting date from the 20th. ENTERTAINS CLUB :, Mrs. F. M. Holt entertained her bridge club Thursday,-"Apnl 1 and several amusing jokes were played on members of the club. ATTEND CONFIRMATION Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson and family were at Melcher Sunday to attend the confirmation of Darrell, son of -Mr. 1 and Mrs. Miles Jensen. DINNER MEET The D.A.R. met April 13 for a 6:30 dinner at the Algona,Ho St. Joe boy, 3, drowns in tank 5 i. • on farm Friday A 3-year old St, Joe boy, Garry Bormamv son of Mr* and Mrs. floger Bormann, drowned last Friday afternoon about 5 p.m. when he fell into an underground water> supply tank • on the family farm north of St. Joe. The family had moved onto the farm* on March 1. The youngster was playing .with several other children, in the^yard. '• The tank had a : ;Wopjden^c6ver::and it apparently" gave . way : when the youngster fell against it. He dropped into the water below; A Bode doctor was called but efforts to revive the youngster failed. Dr. Robert Brainerd, 'assistant county .medicalofficer; of LuVerne, was also called.- •':•'•' A MASS of the angels was held Monday morning "at St.' Jo; seph's church with Fr. L. C. ; Schumacher as celebrant. Garry John Bormann was born April 29, 1962, at New Hampton, the son of Roger and Barbara Elenz Bormann. Surviving besides his parents are six brothers and sisters; Edward, Dean, Lee, Lisa, Rickey and Jerry. Grandparents are Mrs. George Bormann, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elenz all of New •80 # # •x- 1 It is true that a dollar doesn't go as far as it once did. But What it lacks in distance, it sure makes up in speed. ' ' •;;. * *•; * Modern man drives a rnort- gaged car over a bond-financed highway on credit card gas. .' •/>•'..•'' • . • •'.-•'• #•'-#' •& Mixed greens are good all year: lOng, especially when they're;- fives,! tens' and twenties. , - Insurance i»> a constantly changing field. We know that you policy holders find it difficult to .keep pace 'With these changes, so we will present up-to- date insurance information to you in this column. We will talk about new risks and the policies we offer to cover, them — plus ah occasional bit; of humor or civic copy of interest. We invite you. to call, write or drop in anytime. BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY 'Algona Iowa dar Falls tion. June 4, > for gradual ' SOCIETY an's hospital, lie had there not long ago. surgery Mark itfinaer U homf frem St. John college. Collegeville, Minn, to spend his Easter vacation with his parents JJr. Mrs. Charles Beringer. Mr*. Free! Wegentr fptnt fay a| parents at Emmons. _ Gary Naylpr, a student at Simpson college, Indianola, is spending his Easter vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Naylor. Mr. and Mr». Don Armstrong scent the weekend at St. Paul, Minn., where Mr. Armstrong attended a meeting of the Schmidt distributing company. Jane, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Dale Cole is home from Mankato. Minn., where she attends the college. She will be here till April 19 and by that time it is hoped Mankato will be back to normal after the flood waters which did not reach the campus but covered a wide area. Barbara Bartlett who attended Mankato State College, Minnis now doing practice teaching at Richfield, Minn., and is home for her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett. The son Bill is home from Morningside College, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elbert and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Frank 25th WEDDING ; v . Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wibbeli were married twenty*-five yearc ago March 26 but due to various circumstances delayed the oh/- servance until Sunday,'April Ijl 1 . In attendance were Mr, and Mrs. Herman Willrett, of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. R. G, Willrett of Burl, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Price, of La kola, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Haack, of Livermore, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Wibben, Mr. and Mrs. A ,R, Willrett, Mrs. Annf Wibben, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox, and Mr. and Mrs, David Ilankins. RIVERDALE CLUB Riverdale Friendly club met Wednesday, a week ago, with Mrs John Simon assisted-by Mrt Lawrence Thilges. Mrs Adam Berte presided and hew officers were installed. They were also presented corsages. New offic- srs are: Pres., Mrs Raphael Fii- ber; vice, Mrs Lawrence Miller; sec.-treas., Mrs Alfred Zeller; and reporter, Mrs Robert Casey, Fifteen members were present, Current secret sisters were revealed and new ones selected, Next meeting will be with Mrs Nicholas Weydert, May 5, t THIS BEFORE YOU is I with hgr son Dale and family to whom a daughter Pamela P* DUPLJCATE BRIDGE The next meeting of the Al< gona Duplicate Bridge club will be held in the Legion building at 7:45 p.m. Monday, April 19. This is Master Point night, so everyone is urged to attend. Winners at the last session were: first, Dean Kinsman and Dton Prieskorn; second, Clara Zender and Lucille Hutchison; tied for third and fourth, Beth Nil. ler and Delia Welter and E. Altman and Mrs. Eugene Lenikee. M-P CLUB MEETS The Four Corners Mothers and Daughter club met April 8 at Annette Arends. New by-laws were read for the third and passed. Minnie Walter won the centerpiece which was USfd at the Golden anniversary banquet. Eula Rich ao4 Marlys Bjustrom had the program oo fabrics. Ruth Arend ana Gladys Eisenbarth talked on points of gardening. CIRCLES TO MEET Caugb*y, of Spencer will be Eas- Circles of the Uoit$4 ter Sunday guests of Mr. andjterian Women will meet Mrs. Sylvester Brace at Lone]day afternoon, APri} 15, Uu our lawn $prti4«r «rn wiHi pintail d ScoHi Prwliclt Frederick Hardware FINAL WEE r Motors ,000 Used Car & Truck SALE!! StijJ going strong — used cars and trucks moving out'every djiy. LOW, LOW PRICES continued on these units for one more week. Hurry in and make your selection. ' '; bt $1698 $"•1 $1885 $1646 51296 51196 $1296 {QQR ^ ww 1963 FORD 2-door 6-cyl. Galaxie, radio, .';,- •;. vintage bergundy _________^ J__1963 FORD 4-door, 8 L cylv Galaxie, automatic, radio, Beige " 1963 FORD 4-door 8 cyl., Galaxie .automatic, radio, power steering, White 1962 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, $1546 radio. Green i 1962 CHEVROLET 2-door, 8 cyl., Bel Air, radio, white* __•.:—l-i—-: —• 1962 FALCON 2-door, 6 cylinder, Future , «110R Sport Coupe/ automatic, radio; blue ^' " w " 1961 FORD 4-doer, I cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, White -^-^l— T ——i—1-1——-1961; FORD 2-door, 8 cyl., ClubVictoria Galaxie Hardtop, automatic, radio, power steering power brakes. White ^^_ r ___^i:;^l__ 1961 FALCON Wagon,, automatic, radio, «| 1QK Blue _— •— '• --- . " >? 1960 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Country Sedan 6 pass. Wagon, automatic, radio, Green ___ ._— 1960 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 8 cyl.; Fury, automatic, radio, power steering/ bronze and white 1960 FORD 2-door, 8-cylinder, Fairlane blue ___:__: .'.— -_——_ 1959 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Brown & Beige —. 1959 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, • • f radio, .White ,.___•__-_—— r ____^_-.p,.,1959 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, ' *'" radio, Black A White 1___..__ 1959 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Tutone Tan ___•_—. ^—:_ 1959 FORD 4-door 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, power steering, turquoise 1959 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio pink and. white __ '. 1958 FORD 4-door 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, pwr. steer., Red A White ———1958 FORD 4-door, 8 cyL, Victoria Fairlane 500, automatic,) radio, pwr. steering, Red A White 1958 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, Bronze eV Beige •_•„:___ ——•—'—— _——;_ 1958 FORD 2-door, 8 cyl., Custom, automatic, radio, Blue —____— '••— ^_ 1958 MERCURY 4-door Station Wagon, automatic, power steering'/power,brakes, grey _______ 1958 FORD 4-door, 6-cyl. Ranch Wagon, radio. "96 $796 $496 $496 5496 $460 5298 $325 1955 FORD 8 cyl. Country Sedan, 8 passenger Wagon, overdrive, radio, Red . _. 1963 MERCURY Meteor Custom Wagon, automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, Champagne A Black L -_ 1961 MERCURY Meteor 100, 4-door, automatic, radio, Turquoise A White _____: 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800 4-door, automatic, radio, pwr. steering, pwr. brakes, Bronze 1961 COMET 4-door, Station Wagon, radio, C19a§ Rod ,-,-^1,—_——. „— i I **¥ 1958 MERCURY 4-dr., automatic, radio, pwr, steering, pwr. brakes, power seat, Rod A White 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Black ___:. . 1957 MERCURY Monteroy 4 door, automatic, radio, Tutont Brown .——^— _____ 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door N Celebrity, automatic, radio. Turquoise ,.__ _ I960 CHEVROLET 4-dr, 4 cyl, Biscayne, automatic f radio, pwr, steering, Blue A White 1959 EDSEL 4 door, 8 cyl. Ranger, automatic, radio, ©roon 1957 PLYMOUTH I cyl. Sport Coupe, Savoy, automatic, Black ,—^-^— —— 1955 PONTIAC 4 door, I eyl. Star Chief Custom, automatic, pwr, ftfering, pwr. brakof, Beige I3H $1161 UN 19*4 FQRD itojiolint Station »us, Blue __,,__-_„_— 1963 FQRO I cyl. heavy duty F400 Truck, $21 H 196? FORD I cyl, he*vy duty F-600 Tru?k, Rtd -------- ______ — _ ------ _ ------- _ I960 FORD 6 cy|, F-100 Pitkwp, whit. ________ — _ ------- __ I960 I. H, C, Pjckop '/} Ten 1914 INTERNATIONAL Vt Ton Pickyp, Grttn — . ----- __ ----- -.— ---- ------ _ Taylor Motor Co. til OB il 1«1 SI OH i Jonn Stret t|

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