Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1965 · Page 6
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flowa) ADVANCE M6N6AY, JUNE 14, 196$ First communion held at Corwith for 10 youths Cerwith — Sunday four boys and six girls received first holy communion. The class was under the direction of Father 0'- Toole with Sister Mary Janet, Sister Mary Adorita. and Sister Mary Ann Therose, in charge, assisted by Debra DcGroote. Mrs. Fred Pauk, Elizabeth Priest and Dennis Widen. Crossbearcr was Steve Johnson, acolytes, David DeGrootc and Tom Rcibsam- en, leaders, Tom Devine and Tom Fisher, flower girls, Rebecca Oxley and Connie Merriam. First Communicants were David and Dean Trenary, Duane Widen, and Jerry Haverly, Paulette Merriam and Jan Berte, Rochelle Huntley and Klmbsrly Sloan, Edna Johnson and Susan Reibsamen. Mass servers were Tdm Mefriam and.Gary Reibsamen, celebrant, Father OToole, organists, Dcbra Dc- Groote and D6nnis Widen. St. Maryjs , guild with Circle I '.in charge, entertained the first communicants, and families at breakfast in the Parish Hall. Father Paul Yarbrough, formerly a member of St. Mary's Father Varbrongh was June ft itl Sioux City, and offered his first Mass in Storm Lake, June a. The Marvin Meyers have a daughter born June 6 at the hospital at BHtt She weighed 5Mi Ibs. Mrs. Elsie Dxley left Sunday for school at Upper towa, Fayette. Gene Oxley is counselor at the Y camp at Boone this year. Craig Dawson, student at Iowa City, is spending the summer with his parents, the Lavoy Dawsons. The Roger Wills arc visiting at his parents, the Fred Wills. He spent two years in the sor-! JayCees build hew I fortify fables received his ro- 18 months \Vc;rc j vice and just lease. The last spent in Germany. Mrs. Will was with him in Germany. Pun- day a dinner was held for them at Fred Will's, and guests were the Harold Neilsons Jr., Harold Neilsons Sr., Robert Neilsons, LuVcrne, Marion Larsons, Hardy, Lavoy Dawsons. C. 13. Robinsons,' Gotch Will, Margaret Steinhard, Britt, Mary Will, DCS Moines, and callers were Joyce Paulson and Micky Dornbicr, Wesley. Mick Will attended a wedding Of a college friend Sunday at Peoria, 111, He was a usher. Mrs.. William Rrdman and Linda spent Monday in Ames, Linda'attended a wedding of a friend; Mrs. Erdman visited her sister, Mrs. J. R, Murrary. The Theodore Kocinskis, Madison, Wis., spent several days with the Joe Koubas. Mrs. .William Gourley had surgery at the Bclmond hospital. Parish, offered mass Sunday. Gary Oxley, son of. the John Blossom Insurance Agency FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS •.-... S.i.:. .'•; '.;>• ,v - > •- ..-.;. Employee accident could cause financial loss to your business. Proper liability insurance is your best protection. Ask about it. r < .' ^ TW6 H6N6RI6, carol Ahtt Zimmermen, Whit- tefnore graduate from Algeria High, and Janice RIy Dartlelseh, coflflrmant at the Trinity Loth- tifan church, were honored June 8 at theif respective homes, Guests were the chaster Fitch' es, Rockwell, the'ttafold fitches, itefivwck, Mf§. Jack Wetland, of Bfttt, and the Ole Fteftdahls. Mf,' and Mrs. Martift Zimmef* men are the parents of Carol Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dan* ielsen are the parents of Janice Kay, and Mr*, Frendahl, Algona, is theif gfatidffipthef. ELECTRIC WONDER PICl UKUJ auove from left to right are Les Foxhoven, Jim Buschcr, and Steven Ostrum who presented two large tables' to Mrs. Orville Duncan for the public library on behalf of the Algona JayCees, who Constructed the tables. John Lande nd Chuck McCabe were also active workers on this project; The children are, from left to right: Bob Farrell, Shelley Smith, Susan Black, Karen Black, Judy Heimer, and Tom Cogdall. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stiliman. Oxlcys, is employed at the Win- noba.go Trailer Co. at Forest City. The Russell Riggles left Wednesday for Minnesota to visit before returning to their home at Denver, Colo. The William Woods spent several days at Iowa City for the graduation of their grandson Tommy Gill. The Tom Kimballs moved from the Methodist parsonage to the house in the north part of town owned by the Clarence Jurgcnscns. Harold Fatka returned home Monday from the hospital at Bclmond. The Robert Nuttys, Sioux Falls, S. D., spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Emma Oxley. The Glen Dunlaps, Jack Wcrtzcs and Mrs. Clara Wertz, Denver, Colo., Ken Niemans, Cedar Falls, Rudy Krahns and Diane and Linda Tjepkes, Rochester, Minn., and the A. R. Arries, Tulsa, Okla., were re- cent.giiests at.JBa.rJ qje,r|fte,d> ,„ Friends gave a shower Saturday in the Catholic rectory for Mrs, Dwight Spangler. The Robert Andersons, Des Moines, spent the weekend with their parents, the Cecil Nails and Orville Andersons. Mrs. Wallie Geary, mother of Elvvood Geary, died at a hospital in Fort Dodge. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Presbyterian church at Fonda, and burial was at Nemaha. The Elwood Gearys attended the funeral. Mrs. Paul Houston returned home to Denver, Colo., after a week with the Jon Daniels Sr. The Lou Hoovers, Burt, Joan and Joyce Widen were Sunday guests at Dale Yeoman's, and callers were Mrs. Jim Rybum, Mrs. Robert Hoover, Britt, and the Lee Williams. , The Robert Krafts, Renwick, and Jim Tindalls Jr., visited Friday with the Dale Yeomans. Mrs. Edna Enfield, Britt, visited Thursday with the R. C. Welters. Mrs. Floyd Kehl and the John Audes, Mt. Carrol], 111., spent the weekend with the- Arthur Livingstons. The Jesse Scotts visited Sunday at Westview Nursing Home in Britt with Jesse Hullinger and Mrs. Fred Gorton. The Jim Hankins returned to Albuquerque, N. M., after two weeks with their daughter's, Mrs. John Adams Jr. and Mrs. Charles Quebe. Bryan Fish, son of the Albert Fishes, spent a few days with the Sanford Andersons, Renwick, and attended Bible school. The David Johnsons Jr., Jack Shipmans, Robert Shipmans, William' Shipmans attended bac-r calaureate : -for"Vance Shipman,* son of the Carol Shipmans, Maon City, Sunday. The Donald Woods, Whiting, and Cecil Bogards, Mankato, Hinn., were recent guests at Jesse Scott's. The Robert Beers, Lone Rock, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Beer. The William "Felts, LuVerne, and Donald Fetts visited Sunday at Albert Fish's. A birthday surprise party was Ejiven Saturday for Mrs. Fred E. Marks at her home. Pastor David Babcock, Los B.EGoodrioh TIRE SERVICE for the parents golden wedding, gave a talk on Myself as Hos- Ben Ross is now at the hospital Mrs. in Britt. Charles Hamm > visited The tough breed of tires for the hard-driving man A man drives the way be mow*. Ht liitti ttft, steps quick. And that's rough on his tues. S» B.f.Goodf/c/i not* builds lues tor th« haid-driviny man. With special rubber compounds that light »e« at high speeds. With tr$ad design thai tight ikiOi, Attd tough cord bodies th§t *»* up thocb 09 rqugh roads. It't a tough new toted el »"•*/ Commander 220 NYLON TIRES AS LOW AS Angeles, Calif., spent the weekend visiting Corwith friends. Rev. Babcock is a former pastor of St. John's Lutheran church. Friday night a pot luck supper was held at the church. The John Daniels Sr. spent Sunday with his sister, the Henry Goransons, Clear Lake. Linda Erdman left Tuesday for Ames for summer school. Brett Fish, son of the Albert Fishes spent the weekend with the Gerald Richardsons, Britt. Mrs. John Daniel Sr. and Mrs. Ethel Beer visited Friday in Clear Lake with Mrs. Grace Hel- grens and the Henry Goransons. The Harry Nesbits, Earlville, 111., visited Sunday with the Charles Hamms. Mrs. Shelby Stephens, Des Moines, the Lawson Coxes, Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Wilma Swensen family, Mason City, were recent guests at Charles Hamm's. The Cecil Zweifels, Wilmer Ky., Rev. Robert Wessells, Odessa, Mich., spent the weekend Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Art Kraft, Renwick. The Oral McCulloughs were Sunday guests of Mrs. Yvonne Christensen, Vincent, for Jennifer's confirmation. Jim Jurgensen left Sunday for the week at Boys State .in Des Moines. : The Clarence Jurgensens and the John Heils, Marshalltown, and Mrs. Harry Fleming were at LuVerne Sunday for Mrs. Clara Wolfe's birthday. , The Ben Widens, Robert Skelleys, and Sam Logsdons attended the baseball game Sunday in Minneapolis. LuAnn and Bobby Skeliy spent Sunday with their grandparents, the Jerry Knappers, Hutchins. John and Jim Widen and their grandparents, the George Yeomans, Britt, went to Eden Valley, Minn,, for a weekend of fishing. "iThe Tom...Meyers,-;,Hampton, Mrs. Elsie Oxley, the Clarence Jurgensens, John Heils, John R. Camelins, Gene Oxley, Boone, and Gary Oxley, .Forest City, were Sunday guests at John Oxley's, The Leonard Mullins, John Mullins, Don Mullins, Waterloo, Leonard Tebben, the Leo Elberts,—Elmer Livingstons, Linda Nail, Denver, Colo,, Betty Trenary, Des Moines, and the Don Trenarys, Pocahontas, attended the wedding Saturday of Howard " Mullin and Cecila Conway at Campbell, Neb. •Rock, Patty, Jimmy, children of the Jerry Puffers, Algona are visiting their grandparents, the Phil Puffers. Their parents are in Iowa City where Rhonda Had surgery. tess. The 4 H picnic was discussed. It will be June 30 at Clear Lake. For special activity Lenora Hilbert and Sandy Wagner showed their hobbies. The mothers of .the girjs were guests. A lunch was served by the Hostess. Ex-Cylinder man auto fatality CYLINDER — Funoral.wry. ices were held Tuesday at Worthington, Minn, for a for? mer Cylinder man, Darrell Meier, 29, who was killed on June 6 in a collision of his pickup truck and. another truck near Rushmore, Minn. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meier of Cylinder and had lived at Worthing ton the past' five years. He was a graduate of Cylinder high school and Morningside college. His wife and one son survive as .well as his .parents, one brother Harlan and a sister of Fort Dodge. tools h mm, heats in winter! ONE UNIT—the electric heat pump—does two jobs: sum- mtr coding awl winter heating for your home. Here are other remarkable features of this electric 'wonder-worker: ; • Completely automatic. You set the thermostat for the temperature you want, and forget it, the year 'round. •: USM tnhj air Md electricity—no flame, no water. • Economical, under our low rates. \ ;See your electric dealer—or ask us—for facts about the electric heat piimp—another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities 2 ""22 (So»mte!>5'»*»> long Miter 330 "Easy.Steer" NYLON TIRES AS LOW AS t* »nd two tlrtt from e»r. Whitewslls jlightly higher. FREE MOUNTING.,.NO MONEY DOWN! 4-H club news RIVERDALE RUSTLERS I Riverdale Rustlers Unit I held their monthly 4-H meeting at St. Joseph's school hall Saturday Ruth McGuire and her daugh ters Jane and Vicky served as hostesses. For group activity the girls embroidered. It was led by Mrs. Joe Loebach and Mrs. Ted Hilbert. A demonstration on Draw Dividers was given by Charjene and Maribeth Thilges, Jane McGuire and Colleen Reding. Unda Reding and Mildred Thul gave an illustrated talk, Judy Kollasch, Michelle Thilges, Jane Reding and Mary Berte a with everyone to better" ALGONA' LOANS *60 TO '5,000 To buy a new or used car - Spring neeh To consolidate debts - Any purpose - Pay* men) plans to suit your income, PHONE - WRITE - STOP IN TOPAY AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE 113 N. Mew Plant KiitfsOfBuildini Home Federal ii rttdy toe) willing Jo help you with any typt of building loan — whtthtr it be for ntw construction, remodeling or refinancing, We art interested! in the growth •nd progress of Algona ind only through found, progressive gilding (an this community grew and prosper, Whtn you think of building, think of th* HOME FEDERAL A LOAN ASSN. QF ALOONA. S.rving a 100-milt 9 rti in North Central Iowa. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn, All Acceuntf Fully ln»ur*d to $10,000 Savs From Tfce Tenth <- Earn From The First SINCE 1917 - AIQQNA, IOWA

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