Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Around Algona byONitfADiDRlkSiN Phon. 29S.1M3 Mr. and Mr». Tom Thdmpton came Saturday afternoon from Des Moines for an overnight visit with her parents, the Al« bin Spongbergs, returning home late Sunday. •,.'•'. Mr, and Mrs, E, L. Woleott drove to Lakota' on Friday where they visited the W. E. Leys and also called on Mrs. Opal Wheeler at a Buffalo Center Rest Home. She is Mrs. Ley's mother and an aunt of Mrs. Wolcott. Wolcotts spent Saturday night at Ed's brother Clifford's in Austin, Minn, and brought his father, Lawrence Wolcott, home with them to re- main for a few days. He makes his home with the Austin son. Annual Mother-Daughter Banquets are being held this .week. At First Presbyterian church the event- was last evening, April 28, In their Fellowship Hall and the Methodist women's dinner will be served this evening, Thursday, by Methodist Men in the church dining room. Driving to Manhalltown en Tuesday of last week to attend the Spring Presbyterial held at First Presbyterian church there were: Mesdames A. F. Agena, A. E. Kresensky, Henry Lund, Thanks... FOR MAKING OUR GRAND OPENING A BIG SUCCESS! - CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR PRIZE WINNERS: ..'.lit Priie — 19" Wmtingnous* TV.— Leonard Pompe, Vyhittemore 2nd Prize— ToMtmaster Steam-Dry Iron— ; . Dave Lynch, Lone Rock . 3rd Prize— Sunbeam Electric Clock — Kenneth Geilenfeld, Algona 4th Priie — Hottest Coffee Server Set — Helen Chamberlain, Algona Engstrom Appliance ALGONA, IOWA Ivan Long, Joseph Skew* Claude fUtark, Fred Geigel, Dick Me> ers and Walter Mora. Featured on the program were: Dr. John Walker who is Chaplain of Coe College and Rev. F. Woo, of Hong Kong. Mr». Lewii marthall went'to Boone Thursday and returned home Saturday evening. She went to be with her daughter Vicki, Mrs. Roy Hutchison, to whom a son was born Friday night at the Boone hospital. He las been named Robert Lewis and is a first grandchild for the Marshalls. A Spencer District MYF Encounter Rally was held at The Spencer Metnodist church Sunday from 3:30 to 7:30. Young people from the local churcu in attendance were: Kevin Hoover, Linda Sands, Glen Tschetter, Tom Fitzpatrick, John Sny- oar, Larry Munger, Sue and Phyllis Moulton with their mother, Mrs. Frank Moulton, Craig Taylor and his mother, Mrs. Dean Taylor. Drivers who took them to and from the meeting were Rev. N. M. Coughenour, Dean Taylor and Miss Katherine Weber. EFFECTIVE ON SATURDAY, MAY 1 IN LONG DISTANCE IOWA! Enjoy a Long Distance call this weekend Another reduction in rates for Iowa telephone users makes Long Distance a bigger bargain than everl Starting Saturday, May 1, station call evening rates (6 to 8 p.m. daily) will be in effect ill day on Saturday up to 8 p.m. iven lower rate* *// day Sunday! New night rates, lowest rates of all. will apply all toy on Sunday as well »s from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a,m, nightly, These rate changes and new loW'rate calling periods are patterned after the changes in interstate rates made February 1. Now you can enjoy a telephone visit anytime on Sunday it lowest tong Distance rates in history! No .need t« wait until evening hours.. • iewett ratei 919 m tffeGt ill day on Sunday, Use this chart to save money on vour Long Distance call* STATION IONS pISTANCf $AW*i fUIOf *r.«. • '-JL MTKKti I*) A*. *"»*» M.l. ^» •» ^» •SWW «*:*• **«*• T-^-*- *** WWttmtt <**-*<**** ^ggfrSMMfc Many Algonans will atten* the annual Spring meeting o! the Kossuth County Historica Society to be held at the Bur high school gymnasium next Sunday and some will participate in the telling of anecdotes related to pioneer days in our county. Mr. and Mrs. Don Claptaddle nd their two teen-age sons will rrive Sunday at the parental lorace Clapsaddles for an ex- ended stay. Don, lately station- id at Roswell, N. Mex., has just •etired from service. He and his wife will remain at Acreage Moel here while his parents, in about two weeks, will take a vacation on which they will vis- t Cape Coral, Fla., where they own some lots, but have no de finite other objective in view. The Order of Ea»t«rn Star will hold a May Day Bake Sale and Coffee Saturday, May 1, in the dining room at Masonic Temple, beginning at 9:30 in the morning and continuing into the afternoon. Many varieties of baked goods will be offered for sale and also will be served a the tables there. April 2d. Word wit received here day of the death that morning ot William Campbell at his Ho* bmsdaie, Minn., home, in m§ eventies, Mr. Campbell had ueen ill tor more than two years" and in and out of the hospital many times. He is survived by his wife, the iormer Neim lodges, well remembered hefe* our children, two sons and two daughters and ten grandchild ren. One of Mrs. Campoell's sis ters is Mrs, Milo Kentz, Algeria, wno planned to attend the tun* eral service on Wednesday. Another is Mrs. Russell Chapman, Fort Dodge; a third is Mrs. Har< ry Potter of Algona who has been with a daugnter in Texas but arrived back at Robbinsdale j>rior to Mr, Campbell's deatn. I'here is also a brother, Russell Hodges ot Jasper, Ind., all well known here where tney grew.. up. The Annual Spring Luncheon of Kossuth County Council oi Republican Women will be held at the Algona Country Club next Tuesday, May 4, at i p.m. Featured speaker will be Mrs. Kachel Paul, of Brooklyn, State President. Reservations for the event may be made by calling either Mrs. M. H. Honsoruch or Mrs. Orville Wicks. A number of Algona people drove to Des Moines early Monay morning to be present for ie Consecration oi the new tfethodist Area Headquarters juilding recently completed near Iowa Methodist hospital, junch was served at Veterans' Memorial. Among speakers were Bishop Thomas, Bishop Ensley, Columbus, 0., formerly jf the Iowa area; and Bishop Brashares, Ann Arbor, Mich., also a former Iowa churchman, now retired. In the new build- ng are Bishop Thomas' offices, the Methodist Book Center, and he Iowa Division of Christian Education, among others. Fol- owing the consecration. service, an Open House was held. Al- gonans in attendance included Rev. and Mrs. N. M. Coughenour, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagg, Edward Thompson, Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, Mrs. Joe Tscheter, Mrs. Merle Webster, Mrs. Louis Kelley, and Mrs. Geo. Wolf. Burt people at GOP dinner Monday night Burt — The Republican 6:30 dinner was held at the Algona Country Club Monday evening Guest speaker was Robert Rig ler, State Senate Minority Lead er. Attending from Burt were the Ed Fredricksons, the G. H McMullens, the Roy Andersons and the Ray McWhorters. METHODIST MEN Iowa Methodists, former are. bishops and national churcl leaders gathered in DCS Moine Monday, April 26 to observe Methodist Quadrennial Day am the consecration of the nev Iowa area Methodist Headquai ters. Those attending from Bur Methodist church were Rev and Mrs. M. C. Davies, Mr. an Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. Walte Campney and Mrs. J. L. Miller GRANDSON ELECTED Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle received word that grandson Douglas Gildner, Senior at Iowa City was elected to the Honorary Business Administration Fraternity. He will attend the State University in Washington, working on his master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen and the Jack McMullen family of Northwood visited relatives in Russell Sunday. The regular library board meeting was held Monday at the Town Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham were guests Monday at the Roy McVeigh home in Emmetsburg and helped her observe her birthday. Mrs. Graham and Mrs. McVeigh are cousins. Guests Sunday at the Jay D. Graham home were the Christy Olson family of Blooming Prair ie, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Pau Lindburg and Scott of Minne apolis, Mr. and Mrs. John Em mert of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham, Algona. ; ., At the regular meeting Tues day evening in the V.F.W. hal Wilma Fairbanks was electei President of the V.F.W. Auxil ary. They do not plan to hav sewing meeting in May. \ Regular meeting of W.S.C.S. Wednesday, May 5 at Burt Meth- dist church will honor the lOiiorary members. The hostess- js are Lefie McMullen, Gerrude Ackerman, Mary Sarchct, Gladys Havvcott, htella Geesman, Louise Engstrom, Ruby linckley, Dorothy Johnston, devotions, Lyclia Manus. Program, Benita Mitchell and Jenny Ricbhoff. Regular joint meeting of American Legion and Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, Vlay 4 at the Legion Hall. Hostesses, Grace Irenary and Jean Scott. The Albert Blcichs received word April 14 of the death OL Mrs. Walter Kath at Whcaton Minn. They attended her tun eral April 17 and spent a week there. Walter Kaih is Mrs Blcich's brother. Mrs. R. H. 'Ihompson return ed Wednesday from Rochcslc where she had been the pas week for a check-up and trcal ments. Mrs. Nell Ophcim, Scxtor visited Thursday with Burna dene JDphehn, Dawn and Join ny. Floyd Scrdahl is visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Fred Howard. The convention of the Iowa Branch of the National League of Postmasters was held at Hotel Hanford in Mason City last week Wednesday, Thursday and i'riday. U. S. Postmaster Gener- 1 John A. Gronouski spoke Fri- ay. There were 300 postmas- ers at the banquet Friday eve- iing. Wallace Hawcott attend- icl the convention Friday. Capt. Richard Erb and son nd Miss Blanche Stensrud, Lake Mills, were guests Friday at the George Patterson home. Capt. Erb is a nephew of Mrs. 3 atterson and is being transfer ed from Ohio to Florida. Bob Harvey who has been a atieht at Fairmont hospital vas taken by ambulance Friday o Rochester. Loretta Waltman tays with Mrs. Zanke while tfrs. Harvey is at Rochester with him. William Jentz rites Monday at Fenton church Fenton — William H. Jentz 64, of Fenton, died Friday after noon of cancer at Holy Familj hospital, Esthcrville. He hac been sick about four years. ALGONA (lews) ADVANCE-5 THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1*65 Jentz was born October 5, 900 at Fenton. After attending ^cnton schools, he married Jessie Norland in Fenton. They armed near there for his en,ire life. Survivors include his wife and two children, William Jentz Jr. of Fenton and Mrs. Keith !Janicc) Bare, Emmetsburg. There are also two brothers surviving, Walter and Fred, both of Fenton. One brother, George, preceded him in death. Funeral services were held Monday at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, with Rev. Rex Spicer officiating and burial following in the church cemetery. Thomas Funeral Chapel of Fenton is in charge of the arrangements. The Glenn Segers drove t< Webster City Sunday and wer accompanied, by ,;Le,pna;.,,Smitl! Mrs. Flora Tiss and Mrs. Wilbu Holldorf. The women attendee the Annual Conference meetin f the Wesleyan Service Guild t the Methodist church there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz rrived home on Wednesday of ast week having been away almost three months, most of which was spent in Phoenix, hough they also were in Cali- ornia, visiting San Diego, Dis- leylahd.and Knott's! Farm. They QUADRUPLETS — A five year old Shropshire ewe owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Petersen of Humboldt, gave" -birth- to quadruplet lambs March 29. BONANZA BUY! MUSCULAR ACHES • PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated wit Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis Lumbago, Backache and Painfu Muscular aches. Lose these dis comforts or your money back At all drug counters. HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa SWAMPED BY SPRING DRY CLEANING PROBLEMS? 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