Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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2-ALGONA (Iowa) TMUJIS6AY, MAY *, 194$ Camping club is organized, camp-out dated Seneca — An organization rneeUng was held recently at Lone Rock of the Drifter's Camping club. Officers elected Included Clyde Lloyd. Algona, as president, Tony Starrman, Buffalo Center, vice, and Russell Jensen, Seneca, sec.-lreas. The first camp-oul will be May 15-18 at the Call state park. At- jgona, and a later one May 30 at (Gull Point. Interested persons jmay become members by contacting Thompson Campers Sales Co.. Lone Rock, or one of I he officers. Albin Nelson and his daughter. Pearl. Mrs. Ahlbrandt. Denver, Colo., left Saturday. The j August Nelsons took them to 'Joe Nauman's. Grove City, iMinn., who in turn were taking I them to Minneapolis where they {took a bus home. j The Dick Loofls, Minneapolis, i spent, the weekend at the par- jental Henry Looft's. Mrs. Her- jtha Pornmer. Algona, and the i David Loofts joined them Sat- MOTOR, BOAT AND TRAILER INSURANCE C OLUS10N On (and or In the water, Auto-Owners protects your boating investment against collision—fire and theft, tool For year-'round insurance protection for your motor, boat and trailer, call your Auto-Owners Agent today. RICKLEFS - GEELAN Insurance Agency Phone 5-2491 ALGONA tirday. The August Nelsons, Seneca. Kenneth Halvcrsons, Penton, Fred Browns, Mason City, Jerry Parsons, Bancroft, Albin Nelson. Apache Junction, Ariz., and Mrs. Pearl Ahlbrandt, Denver, Colo., were Monday guests at Nellie Thorson's, Rlngsted, and Tuesday guests of the Nelson's. Several Luther Leaguers attended the Luther League Spring Rally Sunday at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota. Going were Jill and Becky Jensen, Audrey and Cathy Bergum and Diane Olsen. The Ted Jensens took them to Lakota and then drove to Rake to visit with Mr. Jensen's aunt, Mrs. Ole Jorgenson. Sunday visitors at Frank Meyer's included their children, the Ronald Merciers, Omaha, John Elsbeckers, Fairmont, and Philip Elsbeckers, Bancroft. Kathy Mercler, 5, Omaha, remained with her grandparents for two weeks. Mrs. Nina Kracht who had surgery at a DCS Molnes hospital is now at home recuperating. Recent visitors at the Kracht home Included her mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege, Algona, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Barbara Fort- ncy, the Ervin Vottelers, the Rev. Spicers and their guest from New York City, Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna,.,the .Clarence Riebhoffs, Algona,. Mrs. Everett Witham, the Carroll Frasers, Floyd Bacons, Burt, Floyd Ericksens, Algona, and the Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock. The Erling Frettes, Blue Earth, were Sunday guests of the David Loofts.' Mrs. Leona Osborn visited Mrs. Orvil'e Miller, Swea City, Friday. Congratulated by president St. Joe Mr*. Sylvester Wagner Knights of Columbus met May 5 following the Rosary at 8 o'clock. A nominating committee was selected at the May meeting with election of officers merit* and social evening were Mrs. Peter Bofmanfy Mafy Jane Ofigef, Mrs. Paul Efpeldihg, and Mrs. Ralph Reding. »atoi!i^^ THOMAS MACUMBER USS Mount Kafma! (AE-16) — Electrician's Mate Third Class RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS from-University of Iowa President Howard R. Bowe'n (second from right) are (from left) Stephen Jones, Denison junior medical student; Dennis Paul- '< ing, Paullina engineering junior; and John Platt, son of the Howard Platts, Algona •liberal-^ar'tk senior. The three, along with President Bowen, ware "tapped" for membership 'in Qmicron. Delta Kappa, leadership honor society for men, April 29. Thirteen were initiated." The head table'' was adorned with the model of Old Capitol, Iowa's first capitol building, which is now the administrative center of the University. .'•--' •'••:•''.-. at the June meeting:! State convention will be held in ^Davenport May 15-17. A Knights of Columbus initiation was held May 2 in the K. C. Hall in Algona with four candidates from here being Lorenz Bormann, Leo Bormann, Phillip Bormann, and Howard charge of the Kohlhaas. In lunch «Suhday were Tony Becker, Peter •.Bormann, John Origer, John Thul, Mat Zeimet and Matt Kirsch. The St. Joe Trojans met in April at Ray Erpelding's with the pledge of allegiance led by Janice Erpelding and the 4-H pledge by Robin Bougous. A leader Bernard; Thilges. The club tour is scheduled for June 24 with a family fishing trip and picnic June 17 at Lost Island. The club decided to join the Sow-Buck club with all members collecting Coop Feed tickets. Mrs. Tony Weydert had the R-Nu 500 , club Thursday. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Peter Kirsch and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner has the club May 27. . The Tom McKeowns, Frontenac, Minn., here have a former residents daughter Connie demonstration was given by Marie born April 17. This mak- '•WWV.W.WW.VWW^^^M^ Direct from Chicago Auto Show... See DODGE'S jwvuvbvyy CHARGER II Here is one of the "muit »ee" car« of the big Auto Show in Algona ... the new DODGE CHARGER — the car developed to demonstrate advanced ideas. The Charger is a styling show ear which presents fresh, new directions in designs, from a Delta-ornamented hood to its fastback rear deck, A concealed latch eliminates door handles. We are fortunate to have this car here this weekend on display. Visit the "Dodge Boys" * Clayt & Jim \ See the Dodge Camp Wagon "THE KING OF ALL CAMPERS" Everything From Top lo Refriprator and Sleeping Space For Up To I! SEE ALSO Cut-Away Model of 426 Dodge Henri-Charger Engine —Plv t Other S|»ciilDo4|« Displays— ^ PERCIVAL MOTOR CO Soyth Phillips • Street YOU AT THE AUTO SHOW SATURDAY 4 SUNPAY" "Dodge and Chrysler Sales i Service" ALGONA V.V*ViV*%V»%V.Vt%ViV,%ViV»V es 4 girls and 5 boys in the McKeown family. ; Mt. St. Francis Convent, Du buque Development Campaign pot luck dinner'was held May 2 at 6:30 p.m. with members of St. Joseph's Parish attending. In charge of the dinner arrange- SERVICEMEN (HIM Thomas F. Macunibef, USN, son of the Clarence 0, Maclimbefs, Algona, is set tf ng;ab|aM the ammunition ship 'USs Mount Katmai, which left...Gottcorn, Calif., April 19 for an eight- month deployment in .the Western Pacific with the • Seventh Fleet. Mount Katmai provides shps with ammunition during extended periods at sea, The ship is scheduled to retiirn to the United States In ,*.*AV."A^ |I / I AV.»AP,WJ I A*A*AV "Garden and Lawn Supplies" Garden Seeds Lawn Fertilizers Garden Fertilizers Lawn Grass Seeds Seed Potatoes Garden 'Tools . : . •/'••-..•.; •'••<". :. :.• .: : •' 'Garden Tillers \ ' f '- • ' .' ' i ' * ; - ' - ' Glad & Begonia Bulbs i • SEED POTATOES NOW IN STOCK! Algona Flour & Feed South Phillips St. Algona •! GUARANTIED \ - & Road tractor tires outpull tires priced $ 20... YOUR MONEY BACK SAVE The wjtetandiaf tncti<» of thb tin will cut Idd Una and Nduoe fuel bilb. wear over the road,,, wen more in the field, SAVE Our prices are the Igwept, Our service the best. TRIAL OFFER \Z£L ^ te *£ l *^ ffeM ,l!? ( ?'! *!• °" ywt ' refund wilh ' n 30 *W *ereafter the amour* paid E^FUuW ?£• *£!*"? ° l ¥*$""• or (2) allow « 16 «nount-paid in full credit on wy the new Field ft Road Tire does not outpull any other Firestmu. r»»» t«m«, a,^ /OH.I. « M -..^_ . the new Field ft Road Tire doei not outpull any other replacement few tnctor tire you've ever hwbti your other Firestone rear tractor tires, ("This traction guarantee does not apply to special-purpose r«W tractor Ores used in rice and ¥aoe fenuinfe BUY NOW 1AKE A FULL YEAR TO PAY CALLUS ifor fasti On-Thi-Farm SERVICE ym I HAG I UK K K O N T [ I K fc S THflif.PUf NYLON/ All Sizes-Lovy Priced! JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Soyth of Algoni Hotel Phpne ?9i-?431,

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