Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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(lew.) AbVANCl THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1*6$ 15, consists of Ken Marlow, Dave Marlow, Lee Dreyer, Bob Bierle, Bill Duncan, Randy Bierle. John Mueller, Nick M'ueller, Gary Elmers, Jim Sullivan, Gary Laabs, Steve Chcrland, Kevin Brace. David Ncwbrough, and Dennis Berkland. The Pec Wee learn includes 41 boys below Ihc age of 12. Pee Wee and Midgcl games arc at 1:30 p.m. Monday and Thursdays, with Pee Wee games played first. High school games begin at 6:30. and all home games <;rO,™ic -e 11 j arc l lla .v cd at lll e Scntral high Schools is well under- sc ], oo | diamond. Members of way, with Larry Paulson in i the girls Softball team partici- cnargc. Members of the high paling in the summer athletic school team arc Alan Luedlkc. program at Scntral arc Vickee Mark Geilzenaucr. Perry Eim-l Eimers, Bcttv Wchrspan, Lvnn f\ »** Tl 0*4*«ir.TTJl f * . n t . * • m ^* ^ _ * •' * * * Baseball teams for summer at Fenton named Fenton — The summer baseball program at Scntral Com Tlie midget team, ages 12 toTitn visited last weekend wit H.KU bl *.! A _ /> *» ** .. i ers, Dennis Uthof, Larry Gcit- zenauer, Larry Peter, Dave Peter, Lee Preston, Tom Ullcns- vang, Dennis Dahl, Les Lucdt- ke, Tim Berkland, Alan Marlow. Bob Krause, Shorty Dackcn, Brian Johnson, Terry Collins, Charles Collins, and Mike Lee. Mcnkc, Cindy Lockwood, Kathy Bergum, Linda Krusc, Jane Wichtcndahl. Marlys Wichtcn- dahl, Cheryl Wcisbrod. Janellc Ncwbrough. Hollcc Krause, and Bonnie Wchrspan. The Ernest Bcrklands and HICKORY DICKORY DOCK Rev. Samili Ismirs, Bismarck N. D. Mrs. Ismir, the forme Donna Berkland, and daughter Jody Sue, accompanied her par enls back to Fenlon. She wil spend a few weeks with her par enls while Rev. Ismir attends a convention at Grand Forks, N D. He will join tlicin later. The Ralph Wctsbrods had guests Tuesday for the J. M fceglms, Hammond, Ind., am Mrs. beglin s daughter, the Da vid Maiians, Bloommgion, Ind Guests included Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and 'Irtidy, Mrs. Ulga Huskamp, the Robert 11 us- kamps, Clarence Aroogasts, Wil ham Huskamps and irvm Hus kamps ami two granddaughters and the John bchallms. Keccnt guests ot the Ralph Wcisbrods were Mrs. Gordon VVeisorod and Theresa, Clark, S. D., and Mrs. blaiikenslnp, Council Bluffs. Damsel Perfect, Chicago, 111., came Wednesday to Kalpn Weis- LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES are in effect every night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and all day on Sunday. You can call anywhere in the U.S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00* or less. Enjoy a telephone visit at the lowest rates in history-it's the next best thing to being there! •Only $1.50 or less from 6 to 8 p.m. daily and all day on Saturday. Three-minute station rate. Plus tax. Northwestern Bell \ ALWAYS RRST QUALITY FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 20th LOOK! any of these fine sport shirts.. 2 for $ 5 No-iron Arnel* triacetate tricot Dacron* polyester-cotton . . . eo tton oxford - in all the new styles. Come in ... take a look . . . take home an arm-full for you, for Dad. STILL GOING ON! TOWNCRAFT SHIRT FAIR SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTSI 298 each neck sizes 14-17 0*$r$Jl<s> polyester-cotton or cptton oxford. Snap- tifc, feytt°Ji-«l*>wn or regular. Even taper*. Whites, pattern!, *oJidf- Come in — Save I brod's. blie win accompany her grandmother, Mrs. ulancn Hus- Kamp, t>acK to Chicago bunciay. Guests of the Frame McKalis Sunday were their granddaughter, Paula Weiske, and the Jonn > 1 heeslields. I Vacation Bible School offering [of $41.42 from St. Luke's Luth| eran church at Fairville is to be | sent to the Ogoga Missions. ! Guests of the Dale Weisbrods j over the weekend were the Har| old Geronsins, St. Louis, Mo. i and Mrs. Henry Faureby, El jdora. They lelt for the Black j Hills Monday. ! Clayton Wolff, Eugene Hus; kamp. Ray Stocber, Leroy Bras, i Gary Bleckwenn and Dale Weis| brod returned home last week i alter eight days on a fishing I trip near Ear Falls, Ontario, j Canada. They flew in to Lake Jeanette to do their fishing. The Eugene Huskamps, Clarence Arbogasts, Mrs. Olga Huskamp, and Mrs. Carrie Voigt were Sunday guests of the Gerald Schmidts, Algona. Bible school at bt. John's Lutheran church was completed last week. Helping were Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Melvin Thiesen, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Larry Gade, Bonnie Jentz, Kathie Dcvan, Candace Vaudt, Rennae Voettler; Mark Berkland, Dennis Uthof, Brian Menz, Vickee Eimers, Colleen Menz, Linda Kracht, Hoi- lee Krause, Jayne Dreyer, and Sharon Nelson. The Clayton Ditsworth and Mary Ellen met for a Sunday picnic at Cedar Falls with Mrs. E. J. Newel, Davenport, and her son and his family, the John Newels, Yvonne and Natalie, Sacramento, Calif. The Paul Eiglcrs returned Sunday after two weeks in Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited their daughter, the Kaye Ruskcs. Mrs. I-Iarlan Blanchard, Mrs. Woodrow Pctlit and Peggy Pettit attended the shower lor Mrs. Curtis Reidel Saturday at Ring- stod. A neighborhood birthday club held a farewell party Tuesday afternoon for Mrs, John Theesfield. Others present were Mrs, Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Roelf Miller, and Mrs. Frank McFall. Sunday afternoon a skating party in Algona for the Bible school children of the Fenton Methodist church was sponsored by the teachers. Those who helped during the week-long school were Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Mrs, Sheldon Merrill, Bonnie Crouch, Elaine Schlei, Suzanne Newel, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Peggy Voigt, Margo Rtisch, Kathryn Ditsworlh and Nadine Weisbrod, The offering of $22 collected Curing Bible school was sent to the milk program under CROP. Methodist Youth Fellowship held a MYF Guest Day picnic in the park Sunday. Guests were the youth group from the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, and four members of the Master's Melodiers Quartet, which sang later in a musical program at the church. Lone Rock Mrs. Jim Marlow The H. K. Drowns, Des Moines, visited Monday to Friday at their daughter, the Jess Blanchards. Mrs. Paul Anglen and daughter Barbara, Omaha were weekend guests of her parents, the Glenn Householders. They came home with Mrs. Richard Underwood and attended the shower for Mrs. Curtis Reidel, Ringsted, Saturday. Gloria Householder who spent jtwo weeks with her parents, the Glenn Householders, has returned to her work at Minneapolis. Gary Rath, son of the Clinton: .Raths, spent last week at Scran. j ton, «t * tion-d«nominatle*»il camp where men *nd women are trained in counseling i«d leaching the gospel Leon Geit2en*uef, who attends business college at Ma< son Cily, spent the weekend wilh his parents, the Lorenz Gcitzenauers. The Gordon Ohms, Avoca were here Tuesday and took his parents, the Ed Ohms, to Omaha where the elder Ohms left from for California to visit their daughter, the George Mannas. Billic Wcisbrod, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his parents, the Art Priebes. Mrs. Pauline McGulre, Algona, and Mrs. Ed Gagnon, Denver, Colo., longtime Mend of Mrs. McGuire, were Sunday guests at E. A. Lee's. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrotlgh eft Friday for Cedar Palls to attend a meeting of instruction I Saturday for counseling at' lawkeye Girls State which runs rom June 13 to 19. She is chair- i man of Hawkeye Girls State in lie local Legion Auxiliary. Janet Hammcrtsrom, daughter of he Ralph Hammerstroms, is the delegate from this unit. ! Ex - Irvington Sister gets degree *? ** ""SP'JiEEr*:**" "f- -"wJinjtiifsYiSB* -rT-ni-1 M.. • H . ji.'« .. • . " ^^^^ TtehMy, HI, — Sister fceChan- tal, S. Sp. S., daughter of Chris Gales, Irvington, received a master in music degree from t)e Paul University, Chicago, June 8, She was one of five Holy Spir* it Missionary Sisters among the 600 graduates. Among members of the immediate family attending the grad> uation were her sisters: Mrs. John Altaian, Irvington; Mrs. Ted Mori and her daughter, Christine, of Fort Dodge; and Margaret Gales, Chicago Since 1961 Sister DeChantal has been director of the music department of Holy Ghost Academy, the aspirancy for future Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters in Techny, 111. she is likewise organist at the Convent of the Holy Spirit, the provincial mother- house and novitiate of the order. Previous to 1961, Sister De- Chantal was a private piano teacher and organist, and choir and glee club director in the Negro 1 missions staffed by the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters in Jackson and Greenville, Miss. She had earned a Bachelor of Music degree at the American Conser^ vatory of Music In Chicago and then continued her graduate Work at De Paul University School of Music. Besides Sister DeChantal, two other daughters of Chris Gales are Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters — a veteran China missioner, Sister Marguerite, S. Sp. S, (Armella Gales), presently teaching seventh grade in St. John's School, Girard, Penn. In China she taught at the Fu Jen Middle School and the Catholic University of Peking. The other daughter is Sister Carla, S. Sp. S. (Lucille Gales), of the Convent of the Holy Spirit, Techny, 111. TRIPLETS — Triplet calves were born late in May at the Abert Derga farm near Worthington. The new heifers will be added to Derga's dairy herd. North Kossath farmer dies Armstrong—A Kossuth coun* ty farmer for 42 years, Samuel A. Butcher, 77, died Sunday at Armstrong, Funeral services for him were held Wednesday at the First Methodist church at Armstrong with Rev. Roger Tappmeyer officiating. Burial Was in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. He was born June 1, 1888 at Columbus Junction and was educated at Muscatine, where he also, attended business college. Mr. Butcher farmed in northwest Kossuth county for 42 years, retiring to Armstrong in 1960. His wife survives as well as one step-son, Verlc Hanson, of Burnsville, Minn. She is the former Hazel Hanson, whom he married in 1921. There are also two sisters. Besides farming, Mr. Butcher was also rural mail carrier for many years as well as county clerk and assessor. "o sale without a sale tag"... WHAT'S THE CATCH? * TODAY ... Thursday, June 17 through Saturday June 19 at Foster Furniture, everything on all three floors of our store will be reduced 20% off the regular price (with only a few exceptions). This sale is for only three days and the only one of its kind in 1865, FOR SEVERAL YEARS we have had our traditional "Appro- elation Days" event. We again show this appreciation to our trade area that has made it possible for us to be in our 48»h year by this "sale without a sale tag." WHAT'S THE "CATCH"? ... There is none. There's no mystery to this sale. That's why we call this the "sale without a sale tag." At the time of your purchase, the sales person simply deducts 20% off the regular price of the item. There are no special price tags. You literally do your own arithmetic and save. It's that simple. WE DON'T SKIMP on the traditional Foster Furniture service and value just because we deduct 20%. We will deliver. We still inspect every purchase with a fine tooth comb before delivery to you. GIFT HOUSE STAMPS will be given with cash purchases. Furniture Co.

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