Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
Page 10
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**-AL$ONA (towaj ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 196S $ 101 collected in cancer drive by Wesleyans Wesley — Mrs. Fred Bentele, Cancer Crusade chairman for Wesley t o \v n s h i p, reports $101.40 collected in the recent drive for funds to be used for research, personal assistance and education. Helpers and workers included Mrs. Robert Seefcld. Mrs. Dale Struthers, Mrs. George Lickteig, Mrs. Arvin Larson. Mrs. Leo Goetz and Mrs. Donald Mains, and Mrs. Bentele wishes to express her thanks to all who helped or contributed cause. to this worthy GRADUATES AS Margaret Otis, NURSE daughter of the Edmund Otises. graduated Saturday from St. Joseph's school of nursing, Mason City. She will begin work June 21 at Mary Greeley Memorial hospital, Ames. Relatives who attended were the Edmund Otises, Mrs. Edward Otis, the Frank Richters, Mrs. Laura Richter, all of Wesley: the Ed Richters, Bancroft; Jim Lucases, Ames; and Ed Dusolds, Mason City. SHOWER FOR BRIDE A post-nuptial shower was held June 2 at House. Call Park, the Shelter Algona, for Colo., for a 10 Weeks ttrttrte tft German and will live n a German House where no Snglish is spoken. She came home last week from State Teachers College in Cedar Falls. The Luther and Charles Ny- gaards will attend a family reunion June 13 in Call Park. Algona. The Vincent Cruises visited the Chas. Hilfertys, Lcdyard. Sunday. Charles is a brother of the late Jim Hilferty. A Stanzer corn dryer, with a t.OOO bushel per hour rated ca- ttacity is being constructed on the east side of the cement silo of the Farmers elevator. Vacation Bible school in the Methodist church closed Friday with a program. The primary division and teachers, Linda and Vicki Detmering, visited the shut-ins about town with bouquets, cards and a song. The Gunter Bicbers, Iowa City, will go to Manhattan, Kans., where he will attend college for post-graduate work and she will teach in Junction City, Kans. She is the former Marva Nygaard. Mcsdamcs Harold Price. George Ostcrcamp, Orvillc and John Weiland had the W.S.C.S. June 10. The Chas. Vcstrums, Diane and Mrs. Oliver Erdman went to Cedar Rapids Friday to the high school graduation of Michael Erdman, and to soehd the weekend at Bernard Erdman's Mrs. Lucy Brabec left May 25 >r St. Louis, Mo. for several weeks with her daughter, the Herbert Rices. Wesley Methodist women were Corwith group the 25th anni- PeH's ronfirniaHon were tile Pershing Mat-lows, Ralph Bfis- tows, Btirt: Wayne Eckels, BrUt; and Erich Seegebarths, Lone Rock. At L C. Wlftmeler'i far K«thy's confirmation were the Rev. R,' T. Muellers, Mrs. Gary Witt- mcicr and children, Mrs. Elmer Emery, Carol Rislau, Ft. Dodge; the Albert Nielsens. Britt; Harold Ristaus, Mrs. Fay Harmon and thfi James Heftis. At the town hall for Paul Ernst and his cousin Dennis Blumer's confirmation were the grandparents, the Robert Blumers Sr,, aunts, the Don Collinses, Livcrmorc, Richard Wilcoxes, Eagle Grove; uncles, the James Blumers, Clear Lake, the Norland Ilinzcs. Livermore, George SUuIcrs, LiiVcrnc. They are sons of the Frank Moedings and Delain Blumers. At Bernard Coyle's for Mi- chelc's confirmation were her grandparents, the Mike Coyles, Mrs. Marilyn Hovey Teachout, daughter of the Harold Hoveys. Many former neighbors and friends of the Hoveys attended including the Mesdames Chas, Seeberg and Charlotte, Fred Seefeld, Harry Peters, John Hildman, Pearline Johnson, Earl Robinson and others. SHOWER IS GIVEN Ruth Ann Nelson was given a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, June 6 in St. Joseph's parish hall. At 500 Bernice Vitzthum and Maud Studer won prizes and Margaret Wood the door prize. Ruth Ann's sisters, Jeanne and Sue and her cousins, Jane and Mary Nelson, and Janet Otis a classmate, opened gifts. Janet Otis and Jane Nelson poured coffee. Ottosen; great Opheim, Bode, man, LuVcrne. aunt, Esther Mary Hansel- Her sponsors the Ronald Olsons, Bode, Ralph Jacobscns, Otlosen, were not able to be present. At Henry A. Hefty's for Con nic's confirmation were her quests of the Wednesday for versary of the founding of the W.S.C.S. The summer quarterly meeting of the South Kossuth Cancer Society will be held June 14 at Algonquin room at the Colonial Motel at Algona. New officers will be elected. Many Wesleyans attended the R.E.A. meeting at Humboldt June 8. Lu Verne Fern Bigings OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY The Glenn Gabrielsons will be given an open house in the Methodist church June 13, 2 to da. 4 p.m. for their silver wedding anniversary. No invitations will be sent. Their wedding vows will be renewed at 2:30 and all of the original wedding attendants plan to be present. Joyce Gabrielson will wear her mother's wedding dress. ATTEND FUNERAL The Geo. Hirners, Lucille and Anna Mae went to Quincy, Dl. June 2 and Friday morning attended the funeral of Mr. Hirner's sister, Mrs. Minnie Soebbing, 72. who died of a heart attack. She is survived by her husband, 4 sons, 2 daughters, 23 grandchildren, a great grand child, 3 brothers and a sister. TO JOIN AKMY Mike Cruise, son of the Vincent Cruises, has been drafted into the army and will leave June 15. He has been employed two years at the K & H oil station. The Cruises and Mike attended the graduation of Bill Cruise Monday from a 2 year course at Junior college, Mason City. At John Blumer's for John's confirmation were his grandparents, the Paul Blumers, Lu- Verne; Mrs. Helen Wood, the Dennis Teachouts, Algona; Mrs Clara Wood family, Emmetsburg; and W. S. Blumer, visiting here from Texas and Flori- tmclc, the Raymond Schipulls, Hardy; aunt, the Fred Lupkes, Algona. The Ed Elberts, were guests of his parents, the August El- bcrts, Algona. Other guests were the Paul Elberts, LuVerne, and Bob Davises, Algona. Their sister, Mrs. Earl Anliker, and three sons, Plain, Wis., is spend- ng this week with her parents. Mrs. Laura Meyer, cook at Ames, has spent a few days at her home here and her daughter Mrs. Lillian Sclby. Wednesday she goes to visit her son, the William Meyers, Ft. Dodge, and Friday for a week with her daughter Donna, the Lyle Pen- tons in the army at Fargo, N. D. She then leaves for Wascott, Wis., to serve as cook at the Jack Pine's Boys camp for the summer. The Gordon Heinkels, Columbus, Miss., came Wednesday to visit his parents the Charles Heinkels. The Gerald Ramuses visited Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines with his father, Arthur Ramus, formerly of LuVerne, in Methodist hospital following major surgery. Lisa Joan, born May 8, new adopted daughter of the Edward Elberts, was baptized recently in the Sacred Heart Catholic church, .Livermore, with the Rev. Gerald Fisch officiating. COME TO ALGONA Bomgaar* Ben Franklin Harrison's Variety FURNITURE — OFFICE SUPPLIES Bjustrom Furniture Co. Fester's Read's Furniture ft Carpets, Inc. SEWING MACHINES At Richard Bristow's for Rus OFFICE SUPPLIE« AT THE ADVANCE MARRIED 45 YtARS Many friends of the Sam Alnes, Ames, formerly of Wes ley, have received invitations to their 45th wedding June 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home, Their three children: Leonard Alne, Washington, D. C., Irving (Bud) Alne, California, and Mrs. Maurice DeBoer, Marshalltown, are the hosts. 52 STUDY DRIVING There are 52 hieh school students taking the eight weeks educational drivers training at Corwith. Mr. Burton, of the Woden-Crystal Lake schools, is teacher. There are two weeks of class room work before the driving schedule. POOL OPENING CHILLY The swimming pool opened Sunday, June 6 but because of cool weather only a few brave youngsters ventured into the water. More were in the pool Monday. Mrs. (Julia) Dennis West and Mike Lickteig are life guards, assisted by Dick Bleich. BOWLERS HQNORil? Among women bowlers honored at the annual trophy night in Britt recently were Marilyn jjckteig, Elsie Kunkel, Joan Vitzthum, Marilyn Grandganett and Barbara Lickteig. Mavis Nygaard, daughter of Luther Nygaards, will go to What does LP-Gas do for the Dairy Farmer ? Well, son, because it is a wonderful and portable source of energy for use wherever heat and power are required, it helps your dad do jobs like these economically and with less effort. Heat Water for Milking Parlors and Stock Tanks Prying Hay Heating Barns Lighting Farms Operating Milk Can Sterilisers, Trucks, Tractors, and Stationary Engines Because it is liquified gas, it is delivered as needed in bulk or in tanks, for uninterrupted dependable safe service on the Farm and also in the Farm Home. We take this occasion to pay tribute to the Dairy Farmers of this area and to assure all that we are at Your Service. North Central Public Service Co. *A Complete LP and Natural Gas Service." APPLIANCES A TELEVISION North Iowa Appliance Center North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Tom's Radio A TV SPECIAL SERVICES Algona Advance Aigona Greenhouses Consolidated Co-op. Creameries North Central Public Service Co. Post Transfer Co. The Smoke Shop Waldron's Cafe BUILDING Algona Plumbing ft Heating Carson'* for Color Cowan Corp. Funk Plumbing ft Heating P. R. Irons Heating ft Plumbing ,. Kelley Lumber Co. Laing Heating ft Plumbing Miller Lumber Co. Setter's Davis Paint Store Sherwin-Williams Color Center United Building Centers, Inc. JEWELRY "•!>.. Sharp's Jewelry w • Wiltgen Jewelers INSURANCE Blossom Insurance Agency ENTERTAINMENT Algona ft Starlite Theatres. Tall Paul's MANUFACTURERS FRIDAY, JUNE 11th (Rain Date ---June 18) On display in front of Algona business places will be Universal Manufacturing Co. HARDWARE Coast-to Coast Stores Frederick Hardware Stere Gambles FINANCIAL Home Federal Savings ft Lean Assn, Iowa State Bank The Security State Bank DRY CLEANERS ft LAUNDRY Marshall ft Swift Cleaners Modern Dry Cleaner* Elk Cleaners FARM EQUIPMENT + prints + mosaics + metal works + sculpture + ceramics + enamels + translucents Algona Fleur ft Feed Ce. Joe Bradley Buscher Bros. Taylor Implement Co, Ernie Williams Algona Implement Algona Produce CLOTHING ft SHOES The ChrischUles Store Christensen's Style Center Grahams Department Store Leuthold Williams (Hub Clothiers) Kirk's Shoe Store J. C. Penney Co, S A L Co. Sheakley; Shi Its Brpwnbilt Shoe Store Zander's DRUG STORES Honfbrych Drug Rusk Drug ft Jewelry AUTOMOTIVE Bfhr Standard Service PlW'i Garage J«ck'» O. K, Tire Service Kossuth Motor €9, Porcivaj Motors Taylor Motor Co, Viking Oil Co. Showing Hours .... Noon Until 9 p. m Many displays and works will be for sale--come to Algona Friday for this" 1 big art show! Event sponsored by the Algona Chamber of Commerce

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