Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 5
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Girls Softball Champions THE ROBINS, shown above, were winners of the girl's softball Novice league this season. From left to right they are, front, Sandi Thompson, Connie Maharas, Shelly Bernardo, Janie Skogstrom, Linda Peterson and Martha """ niiimniiiimnmiii iiiminiiliim n imiHimiimimimimtiKHiM, HIIIHHIK girls challenged their fathers in a softball game. They spent the afternoon in the swimming pool. Parents present were the Ted Jensens, Claude Johnson, Lewis Brce- ses, Clarence Menzes, Mrs. Nina Kracht, the Kenneth Andres, Art Bergums and Wayne Nymans. Nash. Back, Sheryl Simmons, MaryLou Haag, Jean McGinnis, Debra Householder, Cherry Merryman, and Debbie Simmons. Coach is John Haag. Becky Thompson is not pictured. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. ilMIUHHIHIMIIIMtnimMMflMIMIHIHIItlMMIIIMIIIMMIMIMIIIIHIIIIMIMMMIIMMIIIIIIMIIMItMMIIMMMIMIIIMHHHHIHIHtl ' Family picnic held Sunday by Seneca Stars Seneca — Seneca Stars 4-H members had theilr parents at a family picnic Sunday at „„,„,„ UU u Z , mu« unn, the Swea City park. Following Sunday afternoon at St. Paul a potluck lunch at noon the Lutheran Church at Blue ATTEND WEDDING Senecans attending the wedding of Merle Halverson and Marilyn Goltz, Blue Earth, Earth included the Henry Wilbergs and Dennis, Vernon Wilbergs, Topeka, Kan., Mclvin Bratruds, Henry Loofts. Darrell Berklands and Dwane Johannesen. Vernon and Dennis Wilberg were the grooms attendants and Mrs. Henry Wilberg assisted with cutting and serving the cake, the Albin Nelsons, Phoenix, Ariz., grandparents of the groom, presently vacationing with friends and relatives in this area were also present. LOOFTS TO CHICAGO 1,000 PIES IBcEach 2 FOR 25c CHERRY . BERRY - APPLE BAKERY 120 E. State Phone 295-5213 ALGONA, IOWA The Dick Loofts and two' sons, who have been in Minneapolis five and a half year.s; will move to Chicago July 29., Dick will continue his work with International Business I Machines as a project director in the Supplemental Edu- ; cation department. They have purchased a home at 907 E. Valley Lane, Arlington. Heights, Chicago and will; move into their new home Tuesday. Dick is the son of. the Henry Loofts rural Fent- ; on. TEAMS ARE NAMED Seneca Progressive Farmers club met at Ricky Jo- 1 hannesen's with Brian Johnson co-host. Members answered roll call by naming a retail cut of meat. The senior, demonstration team for the county contest will be Douglas and Darrell Nyman. Arlin Nyman and Ed Bergum willl compete in the junior divi-f sion. Plans were made for? the club outing Sunday at> Okoboji. Ed Bergum, report- 4 er. ' ' \ CLLJB, TO OKOBOJI Sfipec^^;Pr«jgressive Farmers ?-H members, leaders and' parents had an outing at' Okoboji Sunday afternoon. En/route home they -'/stopped at Stubb's, Spencer for smorg- esbord. Leaders and parents accompanying the group included the Roger Jensens, Raymond Bergum, Robert Lynches, Amy Cherlands and Maurice Weisbrods. TAPES RADIO PROGRAM Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Henry Looft went to Spencer Saturday and taped a radio program, The Christian Women Speaks, at KICD radio station. The program will be on the air July 30 at 11:15. It is sponsored by the American Lutheran Church Women of the Emmetsburg Conference. FINISH RECORD BOOK Linda Sue Kracht, a junior 4-H leader held a meeting at her home July 17 for junior members of the Seneca Stars 4-H club and helped them with 4-H record books. Members present included Coffin* Johnson, Denise Vottelef, Cheryl Breese, Susan Fortney, Joy Andre and Debra Nyman. Bernice Perdue, Des MoUi- es, was a weekend guest of Nina Kracht. Other recent guests included Pastor Spio er of Fenton and Mr. Devan, New York City, also Minnifc Oesterreicher, Titonka, Mrs. Kenneth Sarchett and Mrs. Robert Sarchett, Burt; the Jack PuTcells, Algona; Dick Shannons, Fort Dodge; Merrill Bacons, Waltham, Minn.; Mrs. Duane Brown and daughters, St. Paul, Minn.; and the Art Bergums. The Ted Jensens and girls drove to Mankato Friday and made arrangements for Jill to enroll at Mankato Business College this fall. They also visited Mrs. Alice Jensen Faye and the Christopher Fayes there. The William Bernhards were Sunday visitors at Wayne Siffing's at Austin, Mini.. The Hilmer Jorgensons and Marcella, Blue Earth, were Sunday visitors at Ted Jensen's. 'Mrs. Pete Helmers and sons, Tony and Terry, Milan. 111., also a friend, Doris Steffon, Moline, 111., visited Monday to Wednesday at Everett Witham's. Mrs. Raymond Bergum ami Janice accompanied the Elmer Jensens, Ringsted to Humboldt Sunday for the Silver Wedding of the Hollis Coopers. The Henry Loofts returned Wednesday afternoon aftr a week visit with their son, the Jack Loofts, Moorehead, Minn., and the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. Enroute to Moorehead they visited the Sig Loges at Donnelly, and en- route to Minneapolis spent a day fishing at Lak'e" Mille Lacs. Jeffrey and Jimiriy Looft, Minneapolis accompanied them home for the remain dar cf the week. Blakjar Lutheran, church met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Curtis Olson and Jerry Wilberg hostesses. Mrs. David Looft had opening devotions and the cause of the month and Mrs. Henry Wilberg conducted Bible study. The Cliff Schlesingers and three children, Paw Paw, II!., visited Wednesday to Saturday at Everett Witham's. ,,. To be honored at bridal shower r Xakota: ' An? open house'' bri- darishpwer'''\vill be held Fri- 1 ' day, August, 4 at 8:00 p.m. honoring Linda Wirtjes. The, shower will be held at the Ramsey church basement. No other invitations are being sent. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. to marry PUBLIC AUCTION I have decided la sell the following deieribed personal properly on the form located from Algono 6 ml. South, 6 mi. East and From LuVerne - 3 mi. North, ) mi. West and 3 '4 mi. Noith From Sexton • 7 mi. Sooth, 1 mi. W»it and 3 '4 South ... on TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1 - 7 P.M. 3/4 South. 1965 STANHOIST LOADER with manure and snow bucket mounts, J.D. 3020, 70 or 60, or 4010, like new. 1965 JOHN DEERE 3020 with sinker range, rear wheel' lock, power steering, 1200 actual hours. This tractor is just like.new. John Deere 4-14 PLOW with hydraulic lift; John Deere 8 ft. BINDER-WINDROWER; Popec HAMMER MILL; 6x10 ft TRUCK BOX; A-6 Case COMBINE for oorts; 40' 7 inch ENDLESS BELT. 21 H.ad of Cattl. HOLSTEIN COW, fresh Jon. 21 with 5th calf, rebred March 6. this cow has milked 78 Ibs. of milk per day, with 3.7% to 4% test. Block HOLSTEIN COW to freshen before sale, with 3rd calf. HOLSTEIN CQW to freshen before sole with 3rd calf. HOLSTEIN COW, fresh Nov. 18, with 3rd calf, and rebred Jan' 28. this cow has milked over 50 Ibs. per day at 3.9% test 3 months after calving. HOLSTEIN COW, Bred QPOUI March l»t. HOLSTEIN COW, brtd about March )»t. 8 Ayrshire HEIFERS to stgrt calving before sale day. 1 Holstein springing heifer; 1 Black Heifer, been with bull; 1 Block Heifer, about 500 Ibs.; 1 Black Steer, about 500 Ibs. 1 Holstein Steer, about 600 Ibs.; 1 Holstein Steer, about 800 Ibs.; 1 Black Steer, about 400 Ibs., These cattle have been on grain all the time. These cows & heifers ore bred to a good Block Angus Bull. Most of these cows and heifers are C.V. and those old enough are tjangs Tested. 2 unit SURGE MILKER with big pipeline for 10 cows, with new controls; 2 latest style SURGE BUCKETS; Westinghouse 8 can top opener MILK COOLER.. 50 YOiK-HAMP CROSS IRID PIG* . AIOUT 40* . CaMrattd * Vaccinated TERMS CASH, no properly to be moved until »»ttl«d for. Not reiponiible for accident!. Security State Bank of LuVerne, Clerk HERBERT A. KAISER , OWNER Leek ond Quinn, Auctioneers Swea Eagle Mrs. K«nn*th Brcnw Mrs. Francis Walsh and Joe, Rochester, Minn., and Leonard Walsh, St. Paul, Minn, were recent guests at Carl Schauberger's. The William Schaubergers, Fairmont, were other guests. Mrs. Walsh is an aunt of Mrs. Schaubetg- er and Leonard Walsh is a cousin. ...... The Francis Sullivans were visitors at James Jensen's, Ames, and brought daughter Sandy home from a visit there. The Francis Sullivans attended the funeral of a cousin of his at Mankato. The Joe Salies and Tom Sullivan were visitors at Francis Sullivan's Sunday evening. The Jim Koons family were Sunday visitors at Mike Christ's, Jr., Lakota. Lewis 0. Knutson, 90, of ...AM?*** $*#\ ^ M «va Falls, has at least 101 THURSDAY, JULY %t t great - grandchildren. Mr. grandchildren, 101 tfre*t- Knutson. a retired railroad- grandohildfen and 11 greater, has nine children, 37 great-grandchildren. Save Money on Money! A Land Bank loan always gives you the lowest interest rate possible—it's now a low 6%, In the past, the rate has been reduced on existing loans whenever economic conditions permitted. The term is long to keep payments low and you can pay in advance without penalty. And low cost mortgage protection life insurance is available. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle of Swca City announce 'the approaching marriage on Saturday, August 19 of their daughter, Janice, to Gene Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schneider of Bancroft. The wcddiiiff will be solemnized at St. John Catholic church in Bancroft. IIMIMItllllllMMIIKMMMHIIMIHHItlMmlMIIIIHIIHMIHIIMtlHIIMIMIIIII No injuries in La koto mishaps Lakota: Two curb accidents occurred in Lakota during the end of the past week. On Friday evening Mr. .1 udson Antony Manwarrcn of Wells, Minn, backed out from the curb as June Lee Jenkins was riding by on a bicycle and the two bumped. On Saturday evening about 5:00 p.m. Mrs. Lcona Christ backed from the curb as Mrs. Rose Hagedorn approached, and they were involved in an Occident. No serious injuries were received in either mishap. June received a wound on the leg and lost the watermelon she was taking home. The bicycle was damaged. i-qkoro Legion elect officers Lakota: The American Legion m'6t Monday, July 10 at theif regular meeting timfe, with election of officers for the '67-'G8 term. New officers are': Commander, Vcrnon Potfhoff; Adjutant, Joe Berschman; Chaplain, Arnie Becker; Sargeant at .Arms, Albert Bosrna Jr.; Service Officer, Vincent Miller and Finance Officer, Joe Rippentrop. Six year old breaks arm ii-.V David'Bauer, 6-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer, Jr. of Bancroft, will have bis right arm in a sling for 6 weeks as a result of a broken arm in a fall from a tree at his home Sunday evening. David, who had been attend-, ing remedial reading classes at the public school will continue his studies during an-abundance of spare time at home now. AT ORIENTATION Ames — Susan Moulton, who will be an incoming freshman in the college of home economics at Ames in September attended orientation meetings on campus last week, .... v .i -'•• c. 1 .- —67th— • Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Purvis, formerly of Truro and Peru now residing in St. Charles, were feted on the occasion of their 67th wedding anniversary on June 25. Muskie Mark Broderson, Clarence; caught a 29Va Ib. muskie while fishing in Ontario last month. Broderson needed about 10 minutes to land the 50 inch fish. "The Bank That Has Time For Yoi' ))ueo ALGONA, IOWA Preferably Monday or Thursday E. H. 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