Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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20th weddiRg party is held for Nesleyans W«iley — The Larry Young* wirths were given a 20th wedding party at the Al Erpelding rural home June 12. Guests from Wesley included her par* ems, the Tom Forburgers, the Joe Kriepses, Merle Losses. Gayle Studers and Phil Hetlzer. Syracuse, N. Y. Ruth ForbUrger and Larry YoUngwirth were married in St. Joseph's Catholic church here by Father L. N. Klein. WED 45 YEARS Wesleyans who attended the 45th wedding open house for the Sam Aines at their new home in Ames included the L. L. Leases, Lester Larsons, Joe Goetzes, David Kleins, Leo Bleichs and Mrs. Helen Johnson. Mrs. Lease and Mrs. Larson -served cake. The Alme's sons, Leonard, Washington, D. C., Irving, California, and the daughter Rosalie, Mrs. Maurice DeBoer, Marshalltown, were hosts. Selma Severseike and Sam Alne were married in Story City. They are former Wesley residents and she operated a beauty parlor here. TO GOLDEN WEDDING The Clarence Nelsons, Mrs. Felice Hilbert, and Vine Eisenbacher went to Morgan, Minn., Sunday to an open house for the Paul Eisenbacher's golden wedding. Ed Eisenbacher accompanied his brother, Father Linus Eisenbacher, Odebolt, to Morgan Saturday and the latter said the 7:30 Mass for their cousins. Paul is a son of the late Frank Eisenbachers, who owned and lived on the farm south of Wesley which Vine Eisenbacher has purchased from the Jim Hilferty estate. The Jack Vitzthums and the LeRoy Gracdganetts had a picnic Sunday at the Grandganett home. Mrs. Jim Walker, Steve, Dean and Ann, returned Monday from a week with Mrs, Walker's mother, Mrs. J. J. Jaegar, at South Milwaukee, Wis. Anna and Ethel Flom will leave June 18 for four weeks summer school at Wheaton college. They are kindergarten teachers at Corwith-W e s 1 e y school. The Leonard Froelichs took Sister Joanette to Ft. Dodge Saturday evening where she took Bode's plan 25th anniversary THE CHILDREN OF Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T. Bode will honor their parents at an open house Sunday, June 20 for their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Bode were married June 18, 1940 and have five children. Janice, Des Moines; Allan, Iowa City; Russell, Phillip and Alice at home. All relatives and friends are invited. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Proettchs, Geo. Kunkcis and Bill Haiiigs. the Lyle ttepperlys attd Gary tfepperlys, Mason City, Visited Vtrs. Lyle. Mepperly's mother, Mrs. Lulu Hanig, Saturday night. The Arthur Luders, Cedar Lake, Ind., were Weekend guests of his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Mary Ann Haan, Forest City, spent the \yeekend with her sister, the Marlyn Albertsons. The Roger Ellefsons, Algona, visited there Sunday. The Wilfred Beckers and Albert Lichteigs attended a Spangler reunion at West Bend Sunday. The Fred Kortes, Britt, also attended. Marilyn Skow, daughter of the Joe Skows, entered college at Cedar Falls,' Monday for the summer session. Louisa Skow, who graduated from Ames in February with a degree in home economics, is employed this summer at the Algona Greenhouse, as she was last summer. The Clarence Galwitzers, Dale, Diane, Dean, Debbie arid Donna, moved last week from Sexton into the Mrs. Mary Bradfield house which they lave purchased. It is the former Guy Butts property. Mr. Gal- witzer has been employed at a train for Chicago. The Ralph Hartleys, Mara^ thon, were Sunday guests at Frank Hauptly's. They also visited Mrs. Esther Schroeder, Lawrence and Otto Fox. The Geo. Petersons, Titonka, were supper guests of the Hauptlys and the Will Hauptlys were evening guests. The Felix Blumls, Columbia, Mo., came Saturday for a week with his mother, Mrs. Mary Bluml. Sunday another son, the Norman Blumls, Glidden, a daughter, the Laverta Reises, Breda, and a daughter, Mary Jane Bluml, Minneapolis, joined for a family get-together. Mary Jane Bluml . took Sister Ralph and Sister Agatha with her when she returned Sunday to Minneapolis. .The Ben Wagners, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with his father, Al Wagner. Mrs. N. F. Weber will have her bridge club this Thursday, the Webers plan to spend Father's Day and several days at the Calvin Meineckes, Jamaica. . Lawrence Koppen was taken to the Britt hospital Sunday for medical treatment. The Jim Raneys, Storm Lake, MODEL NO. RF60ZB mm ilruMlttwir Designed for large living * * Automatic Th»rmost«t,,. »r«8s-«v«n mor« th»n Two Sp««d Cooling.,'. one room ,,, 13,000 »TU't, ; "' W«ihtbl« Ajr F!!t«r. NORTH KWUPPUANCE CENTER PHQNB 295-3818 spent the weekend at.the, parental Cliff Anfinsoh's and H. H. Raney's. Mrs. Reese Martin and Mrs. Helen Stotz, Earling, were weekend guests of Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman. Mrs. Hildman is a. patient'in the Britt hospital with a broken hip. The Cyril Kellners, St. Joe, and the Alfred Hildmans, Burt, visited their mother at the hospital Sunday. Mrs. August Studer had an appendectomy at St. Ann hospital, Algona, June 11. Beatrice Hildman was brought home June 11 from the Britt hospital where she had major surgery June 9. Her mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman, was admitted to the hospital Wednesday with a broken hip in a fall at her home. L. L. Lease came home Saturday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he was a patient several days. The Herb Althauses and 4 of their 9 children, Dubuque, were recent visitors with the Leo Hanigs and other relatives. Mrs. Althaus is the former Lavon Hanig, daughter of the late Jake Hanigs, and a sister of Mrs. Geo. Kunkel. Lou Simpson, Frank Bleich, and Howard Funneiriark left Thursday on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Isabell Kerrins of Lakeville, Minn., was a guest of Mrs. L. L. Lease one day last week and visited other friends here. She had spent several • days, 'in Algona visiting Hannah Nelson. The Leo Hanigs have; a -new grandson, Darrell Will, borri to the Albert Beckers, ;B6de,\inJSt Ann hospital June 12 by caesa'r- ean section. The new mother is the former Mary Lou Hanig and they now have 3 sons and a daughter. Mrs. Lulu Ammann and sons, Edward and the Peter Am- manns, Geneva, were Sunday guests of the former's brother Leo Hanig. They also visited Mrs. Lulu Hanig. Other guests at Leo Hanig's. were the Dan the Robinsoh Produce several months. The new family attend the Catholic church. Lynn Klein returned Sunday to the parental Dave Klein's after two weeks at Maurice be- Boer's, Marshalltown. Seneca Mrs, Henry Looft ! The Henry Wilbergs were I Sunday visitors at 11 e n r y J Langc's, Thompson. Terry Hauge, son of the Byron Ranges, Bancroft, visited Thursday to Sunday with Dennis Wilberg. Mrs. Nellie Thorsoti, long time Seneca resident now living in Ringstcd, had her 80th birthday June 1. Visitors included nor sister, the Fred Browns, Mason City, her brother, the August Nelsons, and her nephew, the Eldon Browns, all of tliis area. The Clarian Longs, Armstrong, were recent Sunday callers at Clarence Menz's. Mrs. Katherlne Docge, Algona, has been visiting two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Nina Kracht, and, Linda Sue. John and Bertha Olsen were guests at Albert Danielson's, Armstrong, Sunday for Mrs. John Nelson's 97th birthday. Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna accompanied the Frank McFalls, Fenton, to Swishcr Saturday and were guests of their son ami brother, the Larry Mcn/cs. They attended baptismal of the Mcn'z twins, Bradley and Brett, at the Congregational church at Anamosa Sunday. Mrs. Men/ and the McFalls returned Sunday evening and Anna stayed for a week. The Larry Menzcs expect to bring her home Monday and visit relatives and friends. The Lloyd Phillips, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, Burl, were Tuesday guests at Nina Kracht's. Other recent visitors include Mrs. Irene Elit, Dexter, Minn., the Larry Kills, Rochester, Minn., and Glen Stumbos, Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Leona Osborn and Shir- Icy spent the weekend visiting the former's parents, the Elmer Letchcrs, and other relatives in Alexandria, S. D. Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue were Sunday guests at Raymond Kracht's, Hicevillc, for the latter's son, David's graduation. They returned Monday. Mrs. Nina Kracht had the NOTICE A strip of grout painl 7 fool wife has boon put across State slrool wbora II talonools with Phillips for Iho protection of our cMMm who cross lo Iho Wading Pool ni Alhlolic Park. INSTRUCT YOUR CHILDREN TO USE IT. SET GOOD EXAMPLES IN WALKING AND DRIVING. Motor Vffhiclt cod« 331,117 ftatts: "Thf driver of a vehicle shi!| yitN tht right ef w«y, slewing down »r stopping if n««d bf t» 19 yiild, to • p«d«stri«n crossing tht rwdw*y within «ny mirkfd cresswilk." Mayor William B. Finn Use this chart to save money 'oh your Long Distance calls • > •.. . • • JJJK; STATION LONG DISTANCE CALLING GUIDE NEXT MORN(NQ '4:30 X;.M.' 6 P.M. 8 P.M. 4:30 A.M. ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, JUNE 17, Jolly Jokers Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Schmidt and Mrs. Oma Bailey played for absent members. ALBINO ROBIN — A rare albino robin was in & nest with three other normal robins on the Don Jones farm near Ogden, Brian and Diane Jones rescued the albino when the other fob- ins left their nest in the ma^' chine shed. MONDAY \ THROUGH > FRIDAY J 4:30 A.M. -H SATURDAY DAY RATES [Vf MING RA •Hill Uower.)| NIGHT RATES (Lowest) MONDAY 4:30 A.M. NIGHT RATES (Lowest) Northwestern Bell NEW 8700-BUSHEL BEHLEN DRYING TANK ON RUSSELL JENSEN FARM NEAR LONE ROOK New Behlen Drying units are being built all over Kossuth County by Taylors. This year, Taylors offers both the lo'w- cost side entry drying system and the below ground entry- high speed drying system. You get the top quality Behlen Drying Tank in either system you buy. Remember, we have every siie for every farm and a drying speed for every need. See Taylors now! Taylor Implement Co. "YOUR GRAIN HARVESTING HEADQUARTERS" 5-2467 ALGONA Celebrating our 1st Anniversary in the FORD Business Sale Begins Thursday, June 17th DEAN TAYLOR SEZ: "Big savings on New and Used Cars "This week marks our first anniversary as Ford dealer in Algona . , . and we'd like to celebrate by staging one of our biggest used car sales of the year. We haven't listed any of the cars in this advertisement but we can tell you THEY ARE PRICED TO CLEAR — FAST! Prices cut hundreds of dollars on some models. SPECIAL PRICES TOO ON NEW 1965 FORDS AND MERCURYS. So come in this weekend — this sale will last just a few days," Bill and Harold have got some "Red Hot deals' awaiting you Yes folks, Harold and Bill would like to invite you in this weekend for the "deal of your life" on any of 50 quality A-l used cars on our lots. Fords, Mercurys, Chevrolets and many other models to choose from. And we would also invite you in to see over 30 new 1965 FORDS AND MERCURYS now in stock. We have Galaxies, Customs, Fair- lanes, Mustangs and Mercurys — at SPECIAL savings to you now. This is the time of year you can save hundreds of dollars on a new Ford or Mercury — come in and see us and we'll show you ! Bill Ringgenberg Harold Kuchenreuther TAYLOR MOTOR CO. "FORD AND MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE" ALGONA, IOWA

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