Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 2
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Silver MR. AND MRS. CLYDE PRIEBE, Algont, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 17, with open house at their home from 2 'til 5 p.m. Hosts for the occasion will be their daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hoaglund, and Alan and Kim Priebe. All relatives and friends are welcome to attend. IIMItMHtHIMINIMHI Golden Agers are honored by Fenton group Fvnton — WSCS met Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church. This was a special day for the Golden age group. Mrs. Warren Jones opened the program with a worship service. 'Mrs. Derwood Voigt read a group of poems, recalling memories of the old fashioned living. Such as grandma's cooking on the old wood burning stove, making of lye soap, threshing days, horse drawn carriages, etc. Mrs. Jack Gerhart sang a solo. Mrs. Hans Baago joined the Golden Ager Group and was presented her WSCS pin from /the society by Mrs. Wilfred Laaibs. Her daughter, Mrs. Howard Fuller, New Providence, was present to pin her. Other golden .age members present were Mrs. F. C. Pruel, Mrs. Ella Newel, Mrs. Esther Prank, Mrs. Esther Duncan, Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Ella Theesfield, Mrs. Ed Sohlei, <Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. A2- vtna Weisbrod, Mrs. L. J. Woisbrod, and Mrs. Marguer- ite Weisbrod. Luncheon was served on a specially decorated table. The center piece was an old fashioned lamp burning, and a long stemmed rose, at each place setting. Hostesses were Mrs. Marold Schlei, Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mrs. Florence Sax- 'ton. Five other guests were present, Mrs. Howard Fuller, New Providence, Mrs. Rodger Ritchie, Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Mrs. Albart Mitchell, an!d Mrs. Gladys Smith. AUXILIARY GETS FLAGS The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday evening with Mrs. Hans Baago hostess. There were 12 members present. A school of instruction was held before the regular business meeting. A set of flags, the United States flag and the Auxiliary flag, was dedicated • to the Auxiliary. Mrs. Robert Krause .was given an auxiliary pin as a new member. The Veterans hospital, at Iowa City was sent $2.50 and 1 $2 was given to the picture postal card fund for veterans at hospitals. Mrs. W. E. Laagc gave a report from the legislative bulletin. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Laage's, BUYS ALTAR CLOTHS The Fairville Ladies Aid met in the church Sept. 7, J—Alt«n* (lawi) THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, IMP "—f-- —•-- .-...-.- r ., , ' { Rev. Bliss led opening'devo- tions and the study of the last chapter of Amos. The Aid agreed to order new black altar cloths. An invitation was read to the fall rally Sept 27 it Algona. Hostesses' were Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs, David Betklarid. CHURCH GROUP MEETS Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Amos Fin nested, Mrs. Ernest Fischer and Mrs. Glen Flint hostesses. Rev. Spicer led the devotions and gave the topic, "The church and its Message" from the LWML quarterly. Mrs. John Waite gave a report on the LWML board meeting at Algona. The Rally of the LWML will be held Sept. 27 at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. It was decided to give $10 to the Lutheran Home Finding Society Auxiliary at Port Dodge. Mrs. Franklin Rusch is the delegate and Mrs. Ed Meyer the alternate to the Home Society Auxiliary fall meeting Oct. 17. There were two guests, Mrs. Marlin Wegener and Mrs. Ed Uthof. 'Mrs. Delphine HanJtelman •and Mrs. William Hantelman took Becky Hantelman to Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend the university of Northern Iowa. They also visited the John Hantelmans, Waverly. Master Sgt. and Mrs. James Hantelman and Bambi Lynne, North Master, Ind., were recent guests of Mrs. Delphine 'Hantelman. James has just recently returned from Viet Nam and will now be staftonr ed at Great Falls, Mont. The Wilbur Hantelmams, Wiabaah, Ind., were weekend guests of Mrs. Delphine Han; telman and other relatives. Pfc. Glen Hantelman, Fort Bliss, Texas, is spending a 17 day leave with his parents, the William Hantelmans, and wifl then be stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. The Richard Underwoods have moved to Walcott, Ind., where he will be manager of the Art's Way plant there. The Ray Stoebers spent Sunday at Ervin Kassulke's, St. James. They all attended the golf tournament at the Country club there. The Ewald Kohlweses, Austin, Minn., were Wednesday guests of Mrs..Ida'Dreyer. The Frank McFaUs visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Helen Widdel, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, Mrs. Mary Hansen, and the Sam Warners at Valley View Rest Home, Armstrong. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn and Mrs. Laurnetta Miller were Sunday guests of the Lloyd Bleckwenns. Saturday evening guests at William Bruhn's for Carolyn's 5th birthday were the Ervin Bfuhn*, Cylinder, Wayne Ohnemuses, Leo Wood*, Wttt* temore, and Everett Bftfcs- ders, Algona. • '; L George North, Los AMeJ* es, Calif., and the Dick Norths, St. Paul, recently vis* ited the Delond Voattlers, The Ewald Kohlweses, Austin, Minn., were Wednesday night guests of the Paul fig. ten, The Paul ESglers, Mrs. Retta Eigler, and the Harold Wehrspanns spent the Labor day weekend at George Murphy's at Independence, Mo. Tire S. E. Straleys visited Sunday with the Ed Pooles, Bagle Grove, Ed Artdorfers, Clarion, and Mrs. Emma Rasmussen, Renwick. The Ervin Runkes and Jim were Sunday guests of Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Renee Douglas, Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Clifford Douglas- es. Renee is attending La- James Beauty School. , The Ervin Runkes and Jim, Mrs. Dale Voigt family, and • Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls were Sunday evening guests at William Dewall's Dale Voigt, Dale Weisbrod, Harold Wehrspann, and Eugene Huskamp left Wednes-f day for a week's fishing trip ; in Canada. ,;/ ' Dr. E. W. Ruske attended, tlie Iowa Lakes Dental meeting at the Inn, Okoboji Monday. ' ; The Pat Schneckes, Los Angeles, Calif., Merle Voigts,.and Burnett Heines were. Thursday guests at Gerhart Hanitelman's. Sunday guests of the Gerhart Hantelmans were the William Hantelmans, Glenn, Ed iBruhns and Mrs. Delphine Hantelman. Sunday evening guestt of Mrs. E. J. Frank were Mrs. Charles Newel, the Lyle Newels, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Pruel, , Ask for an F-85 Farmhand demonstration "On Your Farm" "A Suptr-Sii. Portable Ft«d Factory" • MORE ADVANTAGES • MORE PROFIT Call 64601 OUTSTMNHNB SPECIFICATIONS INCLUDE . , . t OtciUting T«ndtm • 9-6" Ov.r-all H«i 9 ht f Standard Ftt4 Roll* f 9' PUchtrgo AMftr • 142 cu. Ft. Mixing Ttnk Capacity • 24" Hammtrmill Sii. • Rear Concentrate Hopper location • Discharge Auger Diameter — 7" Implement Go .Ml*. E. C Wctobfod Md the Don Shi** liki latin. , . 'Ricky Shaw tnd firvifi Hoot h*ve returned to to** ' Affi£6. ^', i ,• ; Recent guests at LyJe »n<s were the Sylvwtef Braced, Lone Rock, Gerald Braces, Mayfteld, Minti., Don Voids, Luke Milfc, S. E, SU-a- leys and Arletie Hitmen, Lake Crystal, Minn. The Fred Jentzes spent several days last week at Hdon Hurlburt's, helping. Keith son of the Eldon Hurlburts had .an appendectomy at 'Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Aug. 30. Mrs. Serena Peterson is spending the week with her granddaughter, the R. J. Has* sebroecks, Orange City, . Wednesday evening guests at Gerald Jentz's for Mrs. Jentz's birthday were Mrs, Fred Douglas, Rodman, Bmest Douglas, the Clifford Doug- lases and Harlan Kramers. .The Robert Swansfaoim, at- tumwa, were Sunday guests at Vic Dreyer's. The Ed Wich. teredahls and Terry and Larry Strayers, Fort. Dodge, were callets. c The WaKher League of St. ohn's Lutheran church met Wednesday evening with Robert and Anne Krause hosts. The Herbert Krauses took Hollee to LaCrosse,' Wis., recently where she. will attend college this fall " • The Earl Manns, Humboldt, were Sunday evening guests at Herman Maahfc. The Elmer Maahses, Wendell, Minn., were Friday guests at Herman Maah's. • Mrs. Richard Dover and Bobby, Englewood/ Colo., are spending ten days at Lloyd. Sunde's. The Lloyd Sundes and Mrs. Richard Dever and Bobby spent the weekend at Jim Peterson's, Minneapolis. Aid of St. John's Lutheran Aaf AOkA AauAoBat al^.^, o4iA 4*ftfcAAMaVa1aJV a%af of*«%aMA>ttia%ata%A Atta& _„..._. w _ ojf fffiaj wojifT ivi .vfiv. %ffaifffiwr w» wtniffwrw vrw Frank lalrar (thrm.), ta4> ••rngaart anal j«tiA Ma^l. Out' •tanallnt valw«a will Iw •fforoaVby pirtJclMHiii nwrch* inft «N»rlnf thlf ISO^nlnvta tf»an. In aaWlflM^ local march- anal clarlta \ '" ' j will IM drtMM In variant ilaapwaar. full etotallft and aebtrtlilnf announcing ipaclak will appear In MX* Mtnday'i Advance. church, Fenton, will be hotfte •to a coin shower for Absentee Susan (Hantelman) Harvey. Brotighton, England, for'all friends and relatives SepU14 at 8 p.m. in the church btte- ment. H« Elecl officers alSweaCHy Sw«a City: Class Officers at Swea City school elected during the first Week 1 of school. They are: Seniors' President, Randy Newlin, Vice President, Ed Berg, Secretary, Mark Reynolds, and Treasurer, Larry Anderson. Student Council Representatives, Patrick Mirio and Becky Anderson. Sponsors are Mr. Mjller x and Mr. Ruch. Juniors; President, Tom Davidson, Vice-President, Daryl Holcomb, Secretary, Janet Campbell, Treasurer, JoAnn Smith. Student Council Representatives, JoAnn Smith and •Marlene Larson. Sponsors are Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Sykes. Sophomores: President, Ka- 'thy Mino, Vice President, Bruce. Bailey, Secretary, Marilyn, Haag, Treasurer, Chuck Eggerth".' Student Council Repre- ' sentatives- are Kathleen Mino • and David Tokheim. Sponsors .are Mrs. Johnson .arid Mr. Baker. '•..''• ., • . •"..•• • Freshman: President,'Wayne Langerman, Vic e-President, Wayne Langerman Vice-Presi- dent; MarlU Krantz, Secretary, Barbara t Peterson, Treasurer, Jane Johnson, Student Council Representatives, Barbara Peterson, and VNancy Charlson. fcaitcroft tailor on board aircraft FifMnift Kehrteth 0. Ktaf, tm sdfi of Mr. and MM. PfafM el* A, Kfamer 6l Haiti'I, ftin* croft, fowl, fetUrhed to Aft filefd, Calif., aboard .the it* -tScK jilferaH ca?fi«f Bon Mom- <ffi« Richar^ Wh«« it coriipielid flh eight*moftth Assignment a* part ef a carHeC stfiki force off ' the cbast of North Vietnam. \ Target* tot ithe earrlef strife pilots Included airfields, truefci, railroads, missile complex^, highways', ,-bridges, strategk' supply routes and. numerous other sites. Ca'rrier pilots delivered a 'total of 5,506 tons of ot- dnance on military targets an t North Vietnam before the ship ended tief third Vietnam combat tour. • • ' . -i SHE'LL REMEMBER YOU EVERY DAY. EVER AFTER , //*' V'" If You Give Her A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE . Please send the Kossuth County Advance to our new bride Name :.__JlL.:_—__>______________ Address! ._Il_________ •___.___ ____! 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