Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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ADVANCt THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1*6$ William Voigt, Fenton, is dead after illness F«nton — William Voigl, lifelong Fenton farmer and resident, died Friday. May 14. at the hospital at Emmctsburg, at the age of 73. He had been in ill health for four years, and had been hospitalized since last October. Born December 21, 1891, on a farm west of Fenton, he married Emma Kuch in 1923. She died in 1925 and Voigt married Leona Swilzer in 1929. They farmed near Fenton, where she died in 1945. Voigt retired to a home in Fenton in 1948. In 1962, ho moved to a nursing home in Emmetsburg where he lived until entering the hospital October 24. Survivors are one son by his first marriage, Calvin, Crystal Lake, and one son and four daughters by his second marriage, Mrs. Cliff Douglas, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, and Merle Votgt, Fcnton, and Lois and Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls. Three brothers and two sisters also survive. They are Otto, Lftopi, Minn.; Herman, Alden, Minn.; Art, Fcnlon; Mrs. Margaret Domck, Fairmont; and Mrs. Susie Larson. Orovc City, Minn. There are 12 grandchildren. Funeral services wore held Monday afternoon at the Fcn- ton Methodist church with Rev. Russell Eldridgc officiating with burial in the church cemetery. WIN IN ARTS FAIR Six members of the industrial arts class of Sentral exhibited projects May 10, at the nine- county industrial arts fair in the Algona high school gym. A first place in the general metals class was won by Warren Householder, who exhibited a corner stcptablc with polyester resin tops. Doug Gcitzenauer won second place with a wrought iron chair, and Dennis Laabs received third with a corner stcp- tablc made with expanded metal polyester resin topped shelf. Their exhibits were also in the general metals class. Other Sentral entries were in the Senior woods division, where Jim Sunde showed a chest of drawers, Mike Hassel exhibited a mahogany desk, and Bill Holcomb had a walnut coffee table. The industrial arts class had an exhib- LOANS >50 TO '5,000 To buy a new or used car - Spring needs To consolidate debts - Any purpose - Payment plans to suit your income. PHONE — WRITE— STOP IN TODAY • AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N.Moore Phone 295-3507 May Is National Radio Month Join KLGA In Observance of National Radio Month During May KeepTinedTo 1600 KLGA RADIO Your Community Companion the sound of gear-round pleasure RADIO the sound of year-round pleasure the sound of war-round fltasurt Engaged MRS. LILLIAN Ringsclorf, Ai- gona, announces the engagement nnd approaching marriage of her daughter, Janice Elaine, to Kirk Michael Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, Wesley. The wedding is planned for July 10. it at award night at the Sentral school. Teacher is Robert Burkgren. the Wfllther. .League Catntt it Lake Okoboji August 1. Ticked are on sale frofn Jim Meyer (ft $2. Hosts were the Darrell Drey- crs and Harold Eimerses. Swea City to have entry in Miss Iowa tilt Swea City — The Commercial Club announced this week that Miss Swea City, Marilyn AH, Fenton, will compete In the Miss Iowa Pagenat at Arnolds Park this month. She was chosen last summer from a group of queens from surrounding towns at the Junior Fair and Field Days. The Fair will be held July 28- 29 this year with band* and queens and floats from the area being invited to attend the parade on the 29. fhii yeaf'3 queen will also be entered in the Miss Iowa contest, DAT! CHICKEN BARBECUE The Adult Fellowship 6f the Swea City Methodist church will hold a chicken barbecue June 30 at the Swea City park. Members of the group are raising the chickens lor the event and will prepare and serve the food. Members will sell tickets and proceeds wilt go to the church Building fund. BAND TO PAGEANT The Swea City dance band, The Blue Notes will play for the Miss Iowa Pageant at Arnolds Park later this month, "It was announced this week by director R. Thomas Barnes. The band lias made several local appear- ances and on TV but this will be their first big performance, the group is made up of high school students interested in playing for fun and the group does a good job. Mr. Barnes organized the band this winter for the Lions Legion fun night and has been working witn them since, TRUCK IS COMING The Goodwill industries -Truck will be in Swea City Monday, May 24. Articles may be left at the Clayton Angle home in Swea City and at the Otto Kelley residence in Grant. A broker was originally a retailer of goods belonging to another. Descendants of Filipinos who settled in Louisiana about 1710 can be found in Manila village in New Orleans. ierle Stover rites Monday at Vilest Bend W«»t itnd — Funeral servic es for Merle J. Stover, 65, West Bend farmer, were held Monday in the West Bend Methodist church. The Rev. Galen Peckham officiated and burial was In the West Bend cemetery. Mr. Stover died of a heart at' tack very suddenly Thursday evening at his home. Born and reared at Rodman, he was a graduate of the Rod* man high school, and was a Veteran of World War II. He had farmed in this area for a num- ber of yearS, „ Surviving Me one sister,, Miss Biiftche Stovef of West Bend, one 6ne nephew at Esthefvm Earrings date back to pfe-his- toric times. Delaware is sometimes called the Diamond State. __^ MUSCULAR AOHES. PUNS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursttis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back, At all drug counters. HONSBRUCH DRUO Algona, Iowa APPRECIATION GIFT Band mothers oC Sentral school voted May 10 to send $100 to the Fairmont high school band to assist in their fund drive for a trip to New York World's Fair this summer. This was in appreciation for the help the Sentral band received from Fairmont merchants in appearance in a marching contest at Winnipeg, Canada, two years ago. The Band Mothers also discussed building portable racks for the choir gowns. The decision will not be made until next fall. They voted half the aniount of concession tickets given to band concert participants if summer band concerts are held this year. The decision on holding summer concerts in Fenton has not yet been made. The next meeting will be in September. PLANT SALE SATURDAY The. Legion Auxiliary made plans Friday for the annual plant sale May 22. Coffee, cookies and rolls will also be served. Poppy Day in Fenton will be May 22, with Junior members of the Auxiliary calling at homes and selling poppies on the street. Mrs. Merle Voigt is chairman. Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. John Waitc attended the Auxiliary county meeting in Algona May 11. Kathryn Ditsworth is to represent the local unit at Girls State in Cedar Falls June 13-19. A donation of $2,50 was sent to the Glenwood school. A Canteen card was sent to a sponsored child at Glenwood for his birthday. Hostess was Mrs, S. E, Slralcy. CLUB GUEST DAY Guest Day for the Fenton Women's club was held May 11 in the Fenton Methodist church with about 40 present. Musical selections were by Rcnnae Voet- ;ler, Carol Zumach, Mary Lou ,arsen, Nadine Weisbrod, and Rita Luedtke. A reading com- josed and read by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod told of a fictitious trip nvolving members of the club. Hostesses were Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mrs. Art Priebe, and Mrs. Hilbert Bier* stedt. SCHOOL BUS LETTING The Sentral school board will take bids on a new school bus. The board's policy is to replace a bus each year. Bids will be received on May 24. The board also discussed the possibility of blacktppping the drive around the high school building. No decision was made. BANQUET IS DATED The Lutheran Laymen's League of St, John's church. Fen' ton, met Tuesday. The topic was led by Rev. Rex Spicer. The LLL banquet will be held at unQuesTionaBLY FIPST Your Blue Cross and Blue Shield card sticks with you as no other card does — if you move ... if you're out of work . . . even if yqu retire. Doesn't cancel if you reach age 65, nor when you think you've had "too many bills" or "too many big bills." It tells the hospital that you're prepared for the unexpected. That's why it's now officially AMERICA'S NO- 1 QET WELL CARP, after « year* and over 47 million dollars worth of hospital bills. 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