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Home From Hospital - Senec Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson had as...
Senec Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson had as weekend guests until Tuesday their great nephew and niece, son and daughter of the Donald Heerdtsof rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Heerdt attended the Grain Dealer's convention at Des Moines. Mrs. Mae Menz of Fenton will hostess the Seneca Thurs- day Club this Thursday afternoon, Jan. 29 at her home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent Sunday afternoon at the Titonka Care Center visiting his mother, Bertha Pommer. Save 25 on American Tourister LUGGAGEl Reg. 5440:00 $82.50 American Tourister DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE. DON'T BUY ANY NEW AUTO UNTIL YOU SEE OUR Impala Impala 4-Door Sedan Look Into our new Impala Sedan and you'll see why we think It's such a winner. Despite its distinguished styling and luxury features, it's also a very practical car that's easy to drive, seats six people—and has an affordable Chevrolet price. Drop by our showroom soon and look into, underneath and on the outside of the handsome '76 Impala. We think you'll find luxury isn't expensive. DON'T BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU CHECK OUR IMPALA. W» Nwd Your Used Car NOW I Come In And Talk Naw Car TODAY I COMPUTE LINE OF GENUINE CHEVROLET PARTS. BODY SHOP - WE SERVICE ALL CARS * TRUCKS. GMAC Financing Available KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 106 S. HAU AlOONA 295-3554 LuVerne Legion Plans A Spring Scotch Lite Day By Maude Koob LUVERNE—At a future date in the spring, the American Legion of LuVerne will have a Scotch-Lite Day to mark bicycles. The date will be announced later. - o BICENTENNIAL MEETING The bicentennial planning committee met at the city hnll Jan. 22. Present were Mrs. Vernon Hanselman. Duren Watts, Maude Koob, Dennis Holmes, Sherie Savage, Paul Hanselman and Skip Nielson. Plans were made to get permission to remove the old school bell to be donated permanently to the city. It was reported that the American Legion Auxiliary will have a Heritage Home in the Legion hall. The Progressive Club will have a country store in the fire station building. The Auxiliary is permitted to sell flags and the Senior Citizens can sell trees if they so desire, from the Shenandoah Nurseries. A celebration planning meeting will be held Jan. 27. Two representatives from each organization are invited to attend, namely two from churches, youth and adults, two from Senior Citizens, two from the Tuesday Club, two from the Goodwill' Club, American Legion, Auxiliary, Commercial Club, City Council, library board, Progressive Club, Friendly Neighbors and Memorial Society. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Herb Kaiser returned to his home from the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines last weekend. Relatives visiting on Sunday at the Kaiser home were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Laubenthal and family of. Whittemor'e; Mr. and Mrs. John Kaiser of George; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaiser, Nora Springs; and Mrs. Clara Taylor and Oilman Buss of Mason City. Mr. Kaiser had been in the hospital three weeks. ATTEND CONCERT On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson, Laurine Jergensen and Lucinda Stone attended a concert of duo- pianists, Stecher and Horowitz, in Algona. Sunday guests at the Wm. Goetsch home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich, Chuck and Sheila of Dunlap, and Mr. and Mrs. August Schafer of West Bend. The ladies were sisters of Mrs. Goetsch. Maude Koob returned to LuVerne Sunday afternoon after spending two days in. the Thomas Pritchard home at Callender. After attending church services Sunday morn- ing they came to LuVerni 1 for dinner. Mrs. Judy Pritchard had a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G.K. Herbener of Klemme, who were in LuVerne Sunday afternoon. NEW GRANDDAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg were recent visitors at the Darrel Trauger home in Alden to get acquainted with their new granddaughter, Pamela Marie, who was born at an Ames hospital, weighing 8 Ibs., 7 oz. Henry and Mary Schnakenberg and Mark also visited at the Trauger home and other relatives in Iowa Falls over the weekend. 45TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber returned Sunday from Des Moines where they were the honored guests at a dinner held in Younker's Tea Room for their 46th wedding anniversary. They were married Jan. 20 but celebrated this anniversary Jan. 24 so the following guests could be present, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weber, Jeff. Steve and Jenny of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weber, Mark and Jennifer, Cedar Rapids. They were house guests of Mrs. Weber's sister, Edna Jordon, while in Des Moines. GIDEON SPEAKER The U.M.E. Church will have a speaker from the Gideon organization to fill the pulpit Feb. 1 and Sunday, Feb. 8. The Key Central Singers of Livermoe and Bode will have charge of the services. Rev. Fred Rowley and his wife will return Feb. 13 from their trip to Arizona and California. LUVERNE FIREMEN The LuVerne firemen and their families had a dinner and social time at the city hall Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus spent Saturday and Sunday in Cedar Rapids with Sherry's Tim and Amy. - o - ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch went to Sioux City Monday to attend the funeral of an old-time friend, Robert K. Johnson, who died of a heart attack. Services will be held at the Morningside Lutheran Church in Sioux City. The Goetsches will go on to Denver, Colo, to help their daughter, Sheryl, the Michael Whites, move into their new home at Westminster, Colo. They expect to return in two or three weeks. Sell it with a Classified! LK*!! i ^^ _*.!&. — ^° RCA I9"diagonal ®esi Maims VOL. Ill NO. 4 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1976 Ed Kenyons' Silver Anniversary Is Jan. 31 WHITTEMORE—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kenyon will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, Jan. 31. A Mass of Prnisc nnd Thanksgiving will be offered by Father Lawrence McCarty at 5:30 p.m. in St. Michael's Church. A dance will be held at the V.F.W. in Algona in the evening with the Vern Clausen orchestra entertaining. Taking part in the celebration are the Kenyans' children: Dick of Mutual of Omaha; Pat of lown Methodist Hospital in Des Moines; Ron of the Research Farm of Webster City; Don ' of Lennox Air Conditioning in Storm Lake; Betty of St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Sioux City; and Bill and Tim, at home. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend the Mass and the dance. The Kenyons request no gifts, please. Business News DENNIS REDING, BODE Dennis Keeling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Reding of Bode, has recently been honored by the Southwestern Company of Nashville, Tenn. Last summer, Dennis won special recognition for individual effort by winning The Superstar Sample Case; the premium award The Southwestern Company gives for working 80 hours per week. 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Newly-elected officials are; President, Allan Watnam; sec. Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark; treas., Tom Jacobson. Trustees are Cletis Hundertmark, Howard Thompson and Richard Kinseth; Deacons, Norman Zeman, Percy Wat- nem, Donald Usher; Financial Secretary, Mrs. Darrel Jones; Sunday School Superintendent, Mrs. Ivan Evenson; Assistant Sunday School Superintendent, Mrs. Tom Bennett. Head Usher, Roy Enockson, Bible Camp Representative, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson; Waldorf College Representative, Oliver Christianson; Nominating Committee, Mrs. Norman Helleseth, Margaret Holt and Mrs. Richard Kinseth. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wat- nem attended Thursday afternoon funeral services for Harry Barkve, Sr., of Cylinder, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Fowler drove to Massena, Sunday to return their year-old grandson, Charles to his family after he was cared for by the John Larson family, Livermore and his grand-* parents, while his father, James was a surgical patient at Atlantic. Mrs. Richard Kraiise, . Shanelle and Shanise, LuVerne were Thursday visitors of Mrs. Edpa Zinnel. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz were Saturday evening visitors of Homer's brother, the Allan Betz family, Des Moines, in honor of Allan's birthday. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz were supper and overnight guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin. OKLAHOMA VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wat- nem spent Friday through Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nessen and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown and family at Fairland, Oklahoma. 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  2. 29 Jan 1976, Thu,
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