Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 12
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, x \ s ' ' "•,-•• Employmonl man to fcs him May 18 The \o\n Employment Service representative \vill not be at the Rossulh Court House May 11 as previously scheduled. The ' ffitet visit in May lias been post• pbned until May 18 between 9 a.m and 10 a.m. Persons who do not wish to wait until.that lime may come to the office in Fort bodge any week day between 9 a.m and 12 noon or 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. The office in Fort Dodge is at 126 North 10th St. Beginning in June, service will be available at the Kossuth court house on the second Tuesday of each month from 9 lo 10 a.m. ..H»H^HH-HH"HH~HH--HHH~m HAND BLOWN ;; Colored Glassware • NEW SHIPMENT O NEW COLORS • NEW DESIGNS Olive-Clue-Violet 'S DAY SPECIAL" GENUINE 9" Le Creusel SKILLET Flame Red or Turquoise Blue • Lasts A Lifetime • Washes Like China • Enamel-coated Iron Ware Reg. Price 5195 >2.95 Carson's for Color ALGONA, IOWA •*»'..» n 11111111111 M.-H.-H-IMM i n inn n I.I..M u n |.|..|.|.. H .I; Fred Habeger, Kurt, dies of a heart attack &urt — Fred Albert Itabcgcr, 62, died at 11 p.m. May t, of a sudden heart attack at his home near Hurt. Me was born March 12, 1903 nt West Rend where he attended school. He married Charlotto Rond Sept. 7, 1927, at Bancroft. They farmed at West Bend and Bancroft before they moved to their present farm home. He wns a member of Burl Methodist church and was a trustee. Ho is survived by his wife and three children: Frances, Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet. Burt; Dtianc Habeger, Lone Rock: and Fern. Mrs. Richard Furst, Humboldt, and eight grandchildren. There are three brothers: Abraham, Ernest and Edward, West Bend; and foiir sisters: Mrs. Edward Wehrspann, Mrs. Melvin Ellingson, Mrs. Dorothy Ingelbrotson, Ottosen, and Mrs. Julius Harms, West Bend. Funeral services were held at Burt Methodist church at 2 p.m. May 4, Rev. M. C. Davies officiating. Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Gardens, Algona. WELL HAS TROUBLE The town council met with members of the Thorpe Well Co., Des Moines, to discuss added costs for completing construction of a new well now being drilled. They learned that because of unforseen circumstances there will be an additional expense of $1,300. The well had been expected to cost in excess of $10,000. The added expense arises because the casing pipe used in drilling must be left in the well, rather than extracted as originally planned. This is because the workers ran through about 50 ft. of sand in drilling and it could cause a cave in if the casing pipes were removed. Although an added expense, it will make a much better well. The type of pump to be purchased for the new well was discussed but nothing definite decided. The type can not be determined until a definite water level is reached and the amount of water that will fee pumped is known. ' - n [> The delay in ordering tlte pump will pose no further problems, as a pump can be obtained within a 24 hour period, '< Portland Victor Pitch Mr. and Mrs. Fim Krull of Titonkn were Wednesday evening visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home. Mrs. John Von Bank of Bode sncnf. a few days in the Robert Wood home assisting with the household duties and taking csro of the small bov. Randy. while Mrs. Wood helped sow oats. Mr. and Mrs. T.otiie Huber of Titonka were Thursday after- 'noon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel. Mrs. Zwiefel has been suffering fro'Ti a severe sore throat and cold. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Andreasen spent a couple days in St. Paul, Minn., where Harold did some bowling. ; Donald Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott, was confirmed Tuesday evening, Aoril 20 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muller of Whittemore visited their daughter and son-in-law and family, the Roger Scotts, Thursday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel went to Titonka Thursday evening where they stooped with a birthday cake at the home of Mrs. Galena Zwiefel, to help her celebrate her birthday. Others coming in for the event were, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough, Claude and Lenhice. Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and boys of Fenton, Valerie Miller, Hermie Harms. Orlo Zwiefel and Kermit Zwiefel. "To err is human, to blame it on the other fellow is politics". (lews) ABVANCg THURSDAY, MAY *, Titonka pastor to new post in South Dakota Tltotika — Pastor < Don 'SaV berg who has served- Immanuel Lutheran church since 1962, has. been called to the Zion Lutheran church, Scotland, 'S. D., and he and his family will be leav-. ing the first part of May. CHURCH CIRCLES MEET Titonka Methodist WSCS Circles met Wedneday. Lila Circle met with Edith and Hazel Budlong, lesson by Mrs. A. Peterson, devotions, Mrs. A. Oester- riecher. Florence Circle met with Mrs. Ted DeBoer and Mrs. H. W. Kltzinger co-hostess, lesson by Mrs. C. F. Callies and devotions by Mrs. Ernest Hansen. Jo Anne Circle met. with Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Joe Boekelman co-hostess, lesson by Mrs. R. L. : Krantz and devotions by Mrs." Jay Budlong.- SENIORS ON TRIP < \ Seniors of bookkeeping and typing classes went lo Mankato >y bus Wednesday to tour the Vlankato Business college, the bank and -the telephone co. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE MAY 3 THROUGH MAY 8 ONLY OFFER ENDS ON SATURDAY - For the FIRST Time Ever TRIPLE-TRIPLE-TRIPLE Chapefonel.wefe principal ftob- aisd. Mafrk fiefida. the class ^ent-by bus-to to attend "A- Bay In , 'at Oaf flgaH' high- sehodl. Whittemore, >was named the pMOffll advisor of the LLL fot the hfe*t year. A playlet, Fre# dc-m in Pfis6fl f Written By' ftev, MarqUrdt df the Garn^f cttufcli, Was given by,-some of the lay front Utehka Avent to St. Paul Thursday for the ABC bowliftg" tbttffi&frient: They W6fe J, L. lAtiffftiill, Merle ttbdVer, A: V. Budl&ng, Elwo&a 'Nelson. Phil Jarefi' attd Harold Artdrea- Son.'" ..... ' The Good Mope Lutheran church will start oh its summer schedule May 2; Sunday sfchool meets at 8:25 a.m. and Morfiing Worship at 9:30 a.m. Hamed officers of Algona zone Laymans League ; Fenton — Jim Meyer and Bill Hantelman were elected Algona Zone president and vice-presi- 'dent Sunday at the Spring Rally of the . Lutheran Laymen's League,; at St. John's Lutheran church, Garner. Other officers elected for the next year are .Victor /Dau, Whittmore, .Secre : tary; and Ed Katz, Garner, treasurer. The new. officers were installed at the end of the rally. Rev. Cleo Kautsch, gran church, Fenton, at.the fak ly were the Jim Mfeyefs,- Ed Meyers, MfS, Lerid Ltiedlkfi, Moy »»oi.^ ,j»l ii^«fe Jt4feii*r . 4 i 44l«(« j*j4«>* = % Vic Stru&kefg. and The ,K§y, StoaberS wera Sun- »» *»« jjAT^f.B ww^™*,...— ™- .. -— —^ ~-~ v JL t l\* u M.WLJ j, U VWWl^^J. W VYfc*A^i kJLtll men of the Zone. Ten members day guests of the Lyle tiassctts, of the LLL of St. John's Luth-Milford. ERKKSOli COULD MAKE IT , SO GOOD/ nriDERSon ERickson At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market ANDERSON • ERICKSON DAIRY Gift Jtousc Gift Jiousc GJftiHoasc Gift Jiousc Stamps on everything you buy! What an opportunity! Trip)* Slampi wild your MiHwr't Day |i«! Buy lo nwk* her home j more comfortablt, Git btr a chair - UM Ctdir Chill - decorator Hems - limps, Triple Stamps on cash purchases. FOSTER Catch when YOU • PLUS MANY OTHi* FORD MOPfLS TAYLOR MOTOR CO

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