I Award Night Is Held For Five Clubs, St. Joe SI. Jo* — Award night for Gtirfield and Rlverdalo township 4-H Clubs was held Wednesday evening at St. Joseph's school. Robert Johnson from the Kossuth County Extension staff was in charge of presenting tht awards and presided at the election of a council member. Bernard Thilges was relected for Rivcrdalc township and Raphael Monlag continues for another year as Oarfield township Exlen- ' sion Council member. Leaders' attending were Mrs Ernie Habeger and Mrs P. Kent Eichelzcr from the Garficld Gems and Art Banwart and John Ketelscn from the Garfield Hustlers, Bernard Thilges and Alvin Erpelding from the St. Joe Trojans and Mrs 'Alvjn Klein, Mrs Ted Hilbcrl, Mrs Hubert O'Brein and Mrs Sylvester Wagner from Rivcrdalc Rustlers Unit 1 find 2 Clubs. Reports on Club activities of _' the past year was given by each group with Chicago trip awards to Duane Metxger of the Garfield Hustlers,. Ruth Ann Klein of Rivcrdale Rustlers Unit 1 and James Erpelding of the St. Joe- Trojans. The Garfield Hustlers high ranking record book awards went to Pally Banwarl, Gary Banwart, Ronald Banwart, Duane Mctzger, Galen Mctzgcr, Hurlan Metztier, Karen Banwart, Sidney Banwart, Jeanne Banwart, Terry Fricden, John Kctcl- sen and Art Mogler. "Gary Banwart received an award for 10 years membership, Richard Banwart, 8 years, Ronald Banwart and Jack Schmit, 7 years, Kenneth Traub, 6 years, and Galen Metzger and Duane Metzger, 5 years. Minn. Breeders plaque to Art Mogler. Agriculture award to Gary Banwart, poultry award to Patty Banwarl »md beef award to Duane Metzger. Gary Banwart also received the book club award and the sec.- Ireas.pin. The Club received the standard seal. The St. Joe Trojans received the Standard Club Seal and Donnld Hilbert received an award for 8 years membership, Dunne Hilbert and Ronald lllg, 7 years, James Erpelding, G years, Ava Erpelding, Robert Erpelding, Richard Erpelding, George lllg,-., 5 years. Kenneth Bormann and Howard Kohlhaas received safety awards; crop award to Robert and Richard Erpelding and health award to Raymond Erpelding. The Garfieid Gems received the standard club charter and seal with record book pens to Janet Banwart, Kathleen Blair and Rachel Habeger. Completion seals also to Palsy Christensen, Susan Eichelzer, Carol Girres, Eileen Harms, Kathryn Larson, Jeunclte Stetzel, Erma Thilges, Susan Thilges and Carol Ulfcrs. Standard club seal and certificate was awarded to Riverdalc Hustlers 1 with 6 year membership seals and long time plaques given to Run Ann Klein, Doris Ann Kohlhaas and Mary Alma O'Brien. Record book awards to Ruth Ann Klein, Kristine Plathc and Connie Bormann. Others receiving completion seals were Kathleen Becson, Corrinc Bormann, Bernadcttc Hilbert, Lenora Hilbert, Charlene Thilges and Paula Thilges. Clothing award to Doris Ann Kohlhaas and home economics award to Ruth Ann Klein and Mary Alma O'Brien. Mrs Alvin Klein received the 5 year leaders award. Riverdule Rustlers Unit 2 received the standard club seal and certificate with Lois Erpelding, Sandy O'Brien ,and Vicky McGuire receiving record book pens. Lois Krpeldinf received the 6 year mernbcnhrp awfcrd arid the Itmgtiftte fectfrfl book plaque. j Others receiving Completion seals! were Georgia Thill, Rosa Illg, Maty Sue Beimel, Florence Mc- Guue, Marion Kohlhaas and Kathleen Plathc. Book ' club award to Sandy O'Brien. The Garfield Gems presented a skit and Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 and 2 modeled clothing made by the girls, the past years 4-H project and Kenneth Bormann and Howard Kohlhaas of the St. Joe Trojans gave a demonstration on tractor safety. Refreshments followed the special achievement awards and the Extension Council election. On Nov. 14 the Riverdale Hustlers Unit 1 held their ^monthly meeting. The meeting of Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 4-H Club was held Nov. 14. Plans for the Christmas party were discussed with Mary Sue Zgimct, Marion Kohlhaas and Joanne McKcown as hostesses. Lois Erpelding was hostess for the November meeting. The R-Nu Club met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Sylvester Wagner. Receiving prizes were Mrs Adeline Wagner, high and Mrs Ralph Reding, second high. Mrs Nicholas Wey* dert received travel. The club will have its Christmas party and guest night with gift exchange at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Reding Sunday evening, Dec. 10, Mrs Eddie Zeimet from 'Hawthorne, Calif, left Tuesday for her home after a two month visit here with relatives and friehds. Mrs Helen Landy and Mrs Mary Shirley from Gilbcrtsville are visiting relatives here and plan on spending several weeks. DanaPettitOf Whittemore Is Bride Nov. 15 . •.' ' * ,',- Whitemort — Danal Pettit of Whittemore became the bride of Ernest Frieden Tuesday,' Jfoy. 15, at 10 a.m. in St. Mic|ta6j'? Catholic church. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs 'H. R. Pettit of Whittemore and Mr Frieden is the son of Mr and Mrs E. L. Fricden of West Bend. Rev. Philip Dailcy performed' the double ring ceremony. Johhi Kollasch was soloist. ,. •'. . The bride, given in' marriage by her father, was, attractive in*a wedding gown styled in .white Danslite taffeta, highlighted with pearls and sequined Venice, lace. It featured a molded bodice, fashioned with long lillypoint sleeves, lace edged scoop neckline and traditional button and Idop elds- ing at the back. The • bouffant shirt had a back peplum which flowed into a graceful chapel train. Her fingertip veil was of imported all silk illusion and fell from a petal clip ^hat of taffeta with pearls and sequins /lace trim. Her flowers were deep pink American beauty roses and her jewelry was a necklace with a gold cross, a gift from the bridegroom. Elizabeth Thilges was maid of honor, Lael Pettit was bridesmaid, Sandra Pettit • was flowe^ girl and Tommy Klcppcr .was ring bearer. Lester Frieden and Lanny Miller were the bridegroom's attendants. Willie Pettit and Charles Frieden were ushers. A reception was held at the Plantation Ballroom at 2 p.m. and in the evening the couple entertained trieir relatives and friends with a dance. After their return home from their wedding trip they will live on a farm west of Fcnton. Four New Members Four new members were received in the local (iP.A 1 . 1 Thursday evening. They are Mafy He- ©8*3 day 7il 7:f5-6:20. -:. . , , . T Friday fcarita Cfou's bay Matinee — .'timjrt .Jester 11 J'ree Show, l.iOO-lto; "the Tirnc Ma- cruno", "39 Steps". Sunday ,*. "The- Time Machine", U:45.6fie-9:40, . "3fl Steps", 1:00-4:30-7 155, Monday Thru Wednesday — "The time Machine 1 ', 8:42. "39 Steps", 7:00- 10:00, . left Kollasch, M'ildred Adams, Betty Ann Jfilber't and Maniyn Lensing. . Mrs Hilda Nehimcrs, district deputy of Bancroft, and local 01- ficers were In charge of the initiation. Mrs Bita Derner, grand regent, presided at the meeting which was followed by' a potluck supper. A seminar Was given by Loretta Butler, leclurcr. A vocal group composed, of Patricia Kollasch Lorenc Erdrnan, Norma Lane, Theresa Hyihk and Owen Johnson sang, acomiiahied by Frances O'Brien. Mrs Adella Uises grand regent at Bancroft, and Mrs Lawrence Brcnnan 6f tfmmfetsburg, were guests of the court. Seven grand r'egents Wfere alsb prpscnt and given special recognition, Minnie Vaughn, jMdrctlla .Handel, Inez Elselc, tfttie • Hanson, Loretta Fandcl,. Lfttetta'.'Butler and Anna Bushcrfeid. A successful bake sale was held Saturday in filbert's garage. It was in Charge of the fi\.ds of the circle. .Mrs Marcdlla *'arrcll won the turjkcy. . . Receives Awt*d Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonson were honoffcd at a dinner Wednesday at .which Mr Simonson was awarded ,ari Individual Certificate of Merit;, cbh'tered by the Sioux City. Chamber of iCoitimcr- ce. arid the Journal Tribune Publications of Sioux City. Mr Simonson was/awarded the certificate in recognition for an put- standing contribution to the development ;6f; ; !fhe, agriculture in- dustrV in tfco Sioux City area. Elect Officers•"•': / : St. Paul's; tutheran .Ladies Aid Society, heliji. their, regular meeting/ in the church parlors Thur^day; Following the > b u s i n e s a meeting '.a rnpving picture was shown followed 'by election of officers. President, ^Mr%-VgiB?W Roeber, vice 1 president, Mrs Tor?-' rest Gilrhore, secretary, 1 Mrs Herman Hanspn, and treasurer, .Mrs George Maahs, •• Mrs Theodore Bierstedt ar)d. Mrs J,ohn Uhlenhake are neV members.' ..In'the meeting .of the Lutheran Layman League Tunsday William Faulstich was elected president, Paul Lauck', vice president, Milton Espe, secretary, and Melvin Roeber, treasurer. Wilford Schmeling is a -mw. member. ' :St. Paul's Lutheran congregation celebrated their Mission Fes- tiyal last Sunday. Rev. Rudow tit LuVerne was" in charge of the services arid Rev. Clqo Kautsch was in charge of the services at Zion's Lutheran' church at Lu- Verne. , Good. Neighbors A husking; bee was held at the Sam Mogler farm Wednesday af- lernoon when a group of farmers With tractor? and wigons prtned the Mogler corn. 'i'«o«t present Were Hicnard bmiln, isoan uer- ber, Elmer Four, £.1 win Mogjcr, biiaS Metzger, nai ity alia u«of* ge Bruenman, Arnold Met/get, tind Lionala brueiimun. Mr iviog- ler was injured in a car accment last WeoK and ins son Arthur broke his Jeg in a tractor accident. Walter Meyer, buitc agent for DX service, turmslicd the gas tor the ifac'lofs. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and family visited at the hontte ot theif sbn-in-lflw and daughter 1 , Mr and Mfs Terry Benlmer in Ames Sunday. Mf and Mrs Lloyd Walker of Albert Lea were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heldenwith. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer visited with their son, Eldon Rdy in Waverly Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ralph Sobers and daughter, September Sue, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Reinhard Home'yer Saturday and Sunday in Waverly. Mrs Eida Simonson underwent surgery Tuesday in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs Francis Kisch is a patient in Charles, City hospital where she underwent surgery. Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Garner visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. and other relatives. Mrs Maynard Roeber was pleasantly surprised on her birthday Sunday evening when a group ol relatives gathered at the Roeber home. Present were Mr and Mrs Hugo Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Struecker and family, Mr and Mrs Francis Schwendeman of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs, Mr and 'Mrs Paul Potratz and family, Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs William Roeber, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and 3on David, Emma and August Roeber. Mrs .Oral Montgomery and family of Sabetlia, Kansas spent the weekend with her parents, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 Algona (Id.) Upper D«i Mon*»-5 Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler. They also attended the wedding of her sislor Mildred Moglcr to Hailan Bonn.stetter Saturday. Swea City News By Mrs Cecil Godfredson The North Kossuth Rod and Gun Club will sponsor a trap shoot Wednesday evening. Nov. 23. The shoot for prizes and practice will be held 4 miles south and 2'/ 2 west of Swea City. The American Legion Auxiliary gave $5 worth of books to the school class having the most visitors during National Education Week. The sixth grade was high with 11 visitors, or 44Vr. Music Boosters will meet Monday afternoon, Nov. 28. Swea City high school will hold their first vocal pop concert Tuesday. this evening, at 8 p.m. Federated Womans Club will meet on Monday evening, Nov. 28lh at the school. Jr. MYF will meet Dec. 1 aftei school. Final plans for the ba/atu and rummage sale to be held Dec. 3 will br made. Items ate still needed for the rummage sale and anyone having things for the sale should contact Mis, Jim Preston or Mrs Mervin Johnson or leave the articles at the church. ^^^^^w •^^^^•^•1 •^^^•^••^•w ^^•••^^ ^^BB^^^ *^»^l ^WWS HHHH wJIIMpM THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Irvington News Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole will enjoy a visit this week and over Thanksgiving Day with their son Lt. and Mrs John Dole of Lawton, Okla. and their daughter, Mr and Mrs Joe Bird of Iowa City, la. and children. Judy Mescher ol' Burl visited her grandmother Mrs Mary Dole on Friday. She has completed lift- business course in Minneapolis and begins work at Mason City on Nov. 28th. IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT 11 TONITE (WED.) ALGONA GIANT MIDNIGHT SHOW ! AT 11:30 - ALL SEATS - 75c TODAY'S YOUTH BURNING WITH ADUITJMOTIONS ...CAUGHT IN tA CROSS-FIR! OF LOVE ANCLHATII THI ONE YfAR OUT OF HIGH SCHOOl CROWD - FAST CABS GiRlS NO PUCt TO GOi n«»cTOM HTT«MN . VHKMNU MPiinr.t JOHN BRINKUY 10 NHSON P4I GFORGt Be Thankful For And well up on our list of J! things to be thankful for are ! '• • ' the many good neighbors jl and friends like you ... Iowa State Bank Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member of F.D.I.C. Algona, la. You heard Land Bank Man ••wants to b« of s*rv/c« to yovl ' • . Let the Land Bank M«n ihow you you (Part of a low-payment, long'term Federal Land B«nk , pn your land to pay debts, buy land, mak* improve- •- inents, and for other purposes. And remember-— A Land Bank Loan can alway* be paid m advanw without penalty. -.• .; . E. H. 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