Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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4-AlOONA (Icwi.) AOVAN61 MONDAY, MAY ?4.1*6$ Shower given for bride-elect by Bode women Bod* — Madelyn Sabiti was given a miscellaneous shower May 14 at Kropf's Cafe. Mrs. Burton Rood was toast-mistress and initiated the program with a poem. Mrs. Art Jctison, Marilyn Olson, Cathy Nelson and Pa> tricia Benjamin gave readings and poems. Hostesses were Mrs. Sam Thorsland, Mrs. Howard Barton, Mrs. Harold Bcrge, Mrs. Charlotte Bjornson, Mrs. Gerald Christiansen, Mrs. Royal Hansen, Mrs, James Jacobson, Mrs. Lewis Jacobson, Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mrs. Josic Hoversten, Mrs. Marvin Kropf, Mrs. Sivert Nelson, Mrs. Thor Olson, Mrs. Orren Olson, Mrs. Keith Rolland, Mrs. Burton Rood, Mrs. Stanley Olson, Mrs. Etta Underberg, Mrs. Laura Wendt and Mrs. Allen Wehrspann. Mrs. Gail Stoddard poured. Thelma Thorsland had the guest book. Patty Blike and Mrs. Roger Jensen assisted with gifts. Kathy and Patty Jacobson and Arias Arin Wehrspann showed the gifts. Out of town guests were from Kanawha, Britt, Titonka, Rutland, Fayette, Algona, Goldfield, Livermore and Ottosen. Madelyn Sabin and Samuel Thorsland will be married in Corwith June 1.9. The Sam Thorlsands had as guests the Kenneth Sabins, Kanawha, Madelyn Sabin. Pattv Blike, Britt, Thelma Thorsland, Fayette and Samuel Thorsland Friday preceding the shower. BACCALAUREATE Baccalaureate exercises for Twin Rivers high school was held Sunday. The processional was by Mrs. Mary Opheim; opening prayer, Rev. Ralph Hindman; sermon, Rev. Robert Le Mont;mixed chorus; benediction, Rev. Ralph Hindman. Seniors are: Margaret Bakken, Ronda Barton, Robert Bjordal, Margaret Brodale, Dennis Clark, Donald Clark, Catherine Collins, Nancy Cran, Kristie Erd man, Roland Erdmann, Philip Faith, Ronald Frederick, Jerry Fredericksen, Richard Fredcr- icksen, Judy Carman, .David Graaf, Donald Gronbach, Jim- nu'e Halsrud, Linda Hankins, Walter Harris, Mary • Hawkins, Beverly Kampen, Douglas Kay, Gratia Kraabel, Roger Larson, Esther Mackintosh, Mary Miller, Rita Nielsen, Anthony Oppedahl, Cynthia Rolland, Dennis Salmon, Philip Sinclair, Norman Smith', Kathryn Sorlien, Glorie Tofteberg, Virginia Tompkins, Richard Welter and Janet Wilson. SURPRISE FOR PARENTS The Vernon Tompkins' five daughters gave them a real surprise Sunday when they held a noon dinner at Johnny's Steak Harbor, Present were the Garry Krafts, Mrs. Bill Mayhew and Cindy, Rochester, Barbara Thompkins, Des Moines, Virginia and Marlyce, Afternoon guests home were the family and Mrs. Sophie Engstrom, Mrs. Tompkins' mother, and Mrs. Ethel Tompkins, Mr. Tompkins' mother, Mrs. Tom Davies, Rochester, Minn., the Ingval San dahls, Ft Dodge, Gordon De Grootes, Rutland, Fred Frosts, Livermore, Ron Helvicks, Humboldt, Don Aures and Jerry Hawkins, Livermore. GETS DRIVING AWARD Art Jenson, agent for Sunray DX Oil Company at Bode, has been awarded a 3 year safe driving award. Awards are presented to employees, agents, and truck salesmen who have not had a chargeable accident. TWO FIRE CAULS The fire crew answered two calls last week. Tuesday a fire spread beyond control on the right of way of Rock Island rail way, and on Thursday a tractor on the James Banwart farm caught fire. The Frank Bormans, Daven port, were Wednesday guests of the Burton Roods. The Harry Irelands, Algona, were Sunday guests. The Vic Reids, Hubbard, and T. M. Aures were guests of the R. F. Guilixsons Thursday. Alma Pale, St. Paul, is visiting her brother, John and oth er relatives. The Francis Pflibsens, Zum- hrota, Minn., were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Ben Pflibsen, M^ble Aasbeim with others m MJmiejipoljs report that only six of the 22 tornadoes hit the ground, but because of good alert signals those in her building aja4 »ost other Twin Cities Boys State Wetlty — Denny Funnemark, Junior at Corwith-Wcslcy high school, has been selected to go to Hawkcye Boys State this summer, sponsored by the Andrews post of the Legion. Denny has been active in many fields. He has participated in baseball, basketball, and track, plays trombone in the band, is in several vocal groups, and had a major part in the class play. He is also a regular member of the honor- roll. After graduation from high school, he hopes for a career in aviation. He is the son of the Howard Funncmarks, rural Wesley. Dick Bleich, student at Garrigan, son of the Frank Bleichcs, Wesley, has been selected alternate. {>le Lawn Cfood Will club May 11. Mrs. Donald Bakken had the lesson. Mrs. Garmen Pflibsen family went by bus to Bull Shoals, Ark., to visit her mother, Mrs. Nels Benjamin, and for her sister Linda's graduation. She plans to be gone a week. A courtesy coffee was given for Mrs. Ward at Mrs. Burton Rood's Tuesday. Elaine Bratland gave a talk on her recent trip in Europe. Principal Ward and family are leaving Bode at the end of the school year. The Junior band gave a concert Wednesday in the gym under direction of Michael Palm. dwellers spent, up to four hours in basements with continuous air raid sirens blowing. It was an experience they hope never to repeat. The Thor Selvigs, Mrs. Hin- rlchs, Humboldt, and Mrs. Carrie Seward, Gilmore City, visited the Guy Lothians at Methodist Manor in Storm Lake Sunday. The Wilbur Reeds and Mrs. Art Demory family, spent Mother's Day at Donald Torgerson's, Osage. A group had a surprise house-warming tor; Mrs. Art Demory bringing a pot luck luncheon. Present were her sister, Mrs. Alvin Pederson, Algona, Mrs. Charlotte Bjornson, Mrs. Garwin Sorlien, Mrs. Stanley Olson, and Mrs. Gerald Christiansen. Lu Verne Fern Biglngt DRIVE NETS $155.55 The Township Chairman, Earl Armstrong reported the sum of $155.55 was turned in from the Red Cross drive that was recently completed. His workers were: Mr. Ralph Myers, business district; Mr. Farlo Ha mm, Mesdames James Lempke, Don Col lins, Juanita Dahl, John Won derly, Dave Coleman, Harold Frederick, Jessamine Miller, Harvey Morcy, Howard Barton, Herb Raney and Earl Armstrong. The Herman Schulzes visited Thursday lo Monday In field, Minn., with their da tcr, Jean, the Earl Grottb* They attended the confirmation of Susan May 23. Mrs. Frank Orenbaeh hid htf 500 club Tuesday. Guests were Bager, high andFg.v i.wfii Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe and Mrs, James Gilligan. At play Mrs. Eli Bagcr, high and Mrs. Clara Wolf, low. The Richard Gronbaehi had his parents the Frank Grott* bachs as guests Thursday for the birthday of Mr. Gronbach May 19. Mrs. Martha Schneider wai released Tuesday from Lutheran hospital where she was a medical patient. The Earl Hanselmant vitited Sunday in Frost, Minn., with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, and sons Bcrnic and Jule. It was the 88th birthday of Mrs. Nelson. The Alvin Steimys who visited a week with his sister Mrs. Anna Hansclman returned Friday to their Fergus Falls, Minn* home. Postmaster Bert Ramos was in Des Moines at a postmaster's convention. He also visited his daughter, Sheri, sophomore at Ames, and the James Seims, brother of Mrs. Ramus, in Ames. The Frank Gronbachs spent Wednesday in Sheffield visiting their daughter, the W. Dale Braytons, for the 68th birthday of Mr. Gronbach. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt went Wednesday to Whittemore where she visited until Thursday with her mother and other relatives. ATTENTION HOME OWNERS Guests at Mrs. Amanda Mils- ven's Mother's Day were the Percy Watnems, Randy Wat- nems, Ottosen, Lewis Dippels, Belmond, Lloyd Beults, Shirley Beult, Minneapolis, and Alton. The Arlis Kinseths left Sunday for Des Moines to attend the state convention of postmasters. * ' Mrs. Selma Opheim and the Harlan Berge's went to Garwin, IVDnn., Saturday for confirmation of Eunice Johnson, daughter of the Morgan Johnsons. The Berges were baptismal sponsors. Mrs. Garry Kraft had the Ma- INSURED PLEASURE! fnsure your boating pleasure with our Broad Coverage, Dependable, Low Cost Outboard Motor and Boat Policy. Policy offers "All ftisk" Physical Damage Protection for your motor, boat, trailer and miscellaneous boating equipment. Liability and Medical Payments may be included. See us for this Dependable, Low Cost Protection. RICKLEFS - GEELAN Insurance Agency Phono 5-2491 ALGONA Effective June 11965 ^ all Wind and Hail Insurance Policies for Dwelling Risk and Homeowners Will Carry a S 50 Mandatory Deductible Clause... FOLLOWING IS A LETTER WE RECEIVED SATURDAY FROM THE IOWA INSPECTION BUREAU OF DES MOINES, IOWA: May 14, 1965 To'Companies and Agents: Maybe you need or maybe it's ...Sometimes it's that you run out of, or or or maybe You can walk right in and pick it up... but better yet, just call 5*3762, and well deliver it! But the girl* like to *ee you ... so even if you like deliveries, ftop in once in a while at EAST END GROCERY $50 Mandatory Wind and Hail Deductible for Dwelling Risk and Homeowners Policies ':'. • Iowa Rule Book Iowa Dwelling Schedule Homeowners Program Effective June 1, 1965*, full coverage for windstorm and hail insurance will be eliminated for dwellings under extended coverage and for Homeowners policies. Henceforth, the $50 Windstorm and Hail Deductible contained in the form will be applicable. Insurance coverage for small maintenance-type windstorm losses has become uneconomical for both the policy holder and the insurance companies because of the frequency of the smaller losses and because of the,high adjustment and processing expenses. It is felt that providing coverage only at a $50 Deductible basis will result in reduced expenses and still provide the protection ' needed for more serious storm losses. Policies shall not be extended or cancelled and rewritten to avoid application of this revision. Homeowners manual pages and Iowa Dwelling Schedule pages together with interim Iowa Rule Book pages are being prepared for First Class mailing prior to June 1. Very truly yours, Glenn W. Bondesson Manager * 45 day rule applies For Further Mormation,,. SM Your AI(OM Inwrane* Agwri Uslri Mow: Algona Insurance Agency JIM KOLP, Owner 53176 Algona Blossom Insurance Agency CLAIR BLOSSOM 52735 Algona Sundet Insurance Agency HAROLD SUNDET $-134! Algeria Bonannon Insurance Agency LLOYD BGHANNON $4443 Algona Kossuth Mutual Insurance LOLA SgUFFHAM, Stc. 53756 Algol)* Herbst Insurance Agency 53733 TED HERBST Algona General Underwriters Ins. M, J. MOWERS, Mff. 54545 ' Algona Rieklefs-Gcclai Insurance ARNIf RICKLEFS * JIM GEELAN 5-249! Algona Everett Barr Insurance EVERETT BARR Algont State Farm Insurance JIM ST. JOHN* AMOS ME Yit 5 555$ N. Thorington ft. jtote Fgrm Fire <jnd CosuqUty Company—Horn? 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