Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 7
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St|(MM New Books *NN Men «» L- A~ *. A c Sook * ^ B * st Seller ff _ ni^K t ™*AW A •SSv k « A BOX by Steve Allen. THE R1S OF RUSSIA by , Two soybean variety meet* ifigs wlll.be held! Friday, f* portA Gileh BeVatell, RossUth Cotlftty Extensioti Director, A meeting will be held* at 10 i.fn. lit the south Soybean plot 4 miles south of Algona on highway led at the Irvington road corner. A meeting will b* held at 2 p.m. tt the north* plot located 3 miles »ort h w Bancroft just south of the Albert c Kollasch *afm rarmers and other in* terested people are invited to attend The HPW Hark Mijestic Mountain which has and ocfhlihue ufitll v^..* •It Ifoiudrof iSOO feet Be- Tickets are 11.50 for adulte Ctifiit* tow , han0ft« totk the ''Roc* <rf Ag**" m *i«*d With a 12. under u/r.MAM The plots will be open for in- utfD WOMAN spectton for those who mis- TRAVELER by Frances sed the meetings or wish to GATEWAY STATES by Seymour Freedgood. NO PLAGE TO DIE. THE AGONY OF VIETNAM by Hugh A. Mulligan. IN SEARCH OF LIGHT by Edward R. Morrow. Mr. and Mrt. Reman Arend, Mary Eisenbaith and Rosella NICHOLAS AND ALEXAND- Cink, Algona, went to Manka- RA by Robert K. Massie. to this past ^weekend to visit - Lawrence Kenne who had surgery. Jotaphina Eistnbarth i» re- by 'LlGHT* AT MIDNIGHT ; Erica Wallach. THE CHINESE LOOKING (GLASS by Dennis Bloodworth. covering at her home after surgery at St. Joseph's hospi- TEN FIRST LADIES OF THE tal, Mason City. WORLD by Pauling Freder- i Mark Payne wit released ick. from Lutheran hospital, Fort AGE OF KINGS by Charles Dodge, on Monday. Blitzer. Lois Hunt visited her par* AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BERT-, ents the Harold Hunts this RAND RUSSELL by Bert- past weekend. She attends rand Russell* the University at Ames. AT 'EASE, STORIES I TELL Mr. and Mrs. Duane -Riley TO FRIENDS bVvDwight D. and David entertained in hon- Eisenihower* or of Mrs. Riley's parents, THE SHAPE OF A YEAR by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Jean Hersey. Spirit Lake at a surprise open HOW TO PASS FEDERAL 1 'house Sunday, September 10 SERVICE ENTRANCE EX- in the Riley home. The oc- AMINATIONS COWLES casion was the 40th wedding EDUCATIONAL BOOK anniversary of Mr. andMrs. and .Graduates LuVarno — The 1967 class of ..loWA Lutheran Hospital Softool of Nursing in Des Moines held its commencement exercises at Saint Johns Lutheran Church, Des Moines, on August 30. One of the 44 to graduate was Laurie Hanselman, daughter of Mr. anw Mrs. Edwin Hanselman of Lu- Verne. Those attending her graduation were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hanselman, Paul Hanselman, Darlene Ericson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman, Kris and Mary, all of LuVerne, Lynn Hanselman, Ft. Dodge, Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Risvold, Corwith, <Mrs. Helen. Buenger and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Jr, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schulze, Bode, and Jerry Crawford. Osceola. Following a two week vacation she will be working at Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines. BACK FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., have returned home after spending the past ten days their daughter and Liu FICTIONS TALES OF MANHATTAN by • .Louis Auchincloss* ROSEMARY'S BABY by Ira '••••Levin* v /: '.'-'..•' "••»•-• • ••THE CHOSEN by Chaim Pot- Ok* ENCOUNTER DARKNESS by Sbaniton Forbes. A JOURNEY TO THE CORNER OF ,THE EARTH 'by Jules Verne. WHEN SHE WAS GOOD by Phillip Roth* THE SENATOR'S LADY by ShMey Seifert. je Mrs. James NJta, Don and family Liu who had been Vhe ±me? ^ moth- Kraft of Dakota City, Mr. e Callendor, Mr. and Mrs. Ken' Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Fred Markle, Mrs. William Baskeryille of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk of Royal, Mr. and Mrs. .Alwin Huenhold, Mrs. Jon Pjtnam and Paul, Mrs. tendahl, Mrs. . to her home O» the re- toa Mp'Som^Mr^nd - •DAY by Cliff FarreM. and Mrs. William Funk. IIIIIIIMIMIIIHH 'most spectacular of all was the Christ of the Ozarks at Eureka out of concrete and standing on 320 ton of cement, the Christ of the Ozarks is seven stories high and has an arm span of 65 feet. An automobile can be suspended on each wrist. This ^rk^of art wa^sculptured^ ivEmmett* Sullivan, one of the best known sculptors in tlie world. The Christ is standing with out stretched arms on '^Tlf fllarVf feu* pfece of ifJUiafy i« built to withstand winds of 500 fniies pef hour, Illuminated at night this is a sight to behold. UAVf FOR COLLIOI Many student from the' LuVerne area have left fw the college of their choice. The following students and the college they are attending is as follows: Suzanne Dudley, Connie Schnetzer, and Denny Marty, Westmar College, LeMars; Ronald Trauger, Dean Trauger, Man* kato State College, Mankato, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. John Wickett, Clara and Elaine Schnakenberg, Daryl Trauger, Doug Holmes, Zelda Wit- zcl, Richard Wolf, Rita Patterson, Denny Awe and Gerald Sill, Iowa State University, Ames; Jane Hanselman, David Naffziger and Dawn Lindebak, U. of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls; Paul Gilligan and Tom Steil, Univer' sity of Iowa, Iowa'City*; Mrs. Carol Easterhaus, Northwest. Missouri State, Maryville, 'Missouri; Gretchen Zentner, Cottey College, Nevada, Missouri; Peggy Burtis, Secretarial School, Omaha, Nebraska; Linda Rugg, Patricia Stevens School of Modeling/Chicago, Illinois; Denny Hanselman, Waldorf College, Forest City; Dale Schipull, Mason .City Junior College; Roger Hanson, Fort Dodge Junior College 1 , Linda Nelson, Morningsidc College, Sioux City; and Mrs.* Collyn DeNio, Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids. DATE 50th WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler of Fort Dodge, and former residents of the LuVerrtc community will observe their 50th wedding anniversary, Sund'ay, September 17. There will be an open house held in their honor at the Methodist Church in LuVerne, between the hours of 2:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Hosts for the event will 'be the Leglers two sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and sons of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs-.; Earl Legler and children of Knoxville. All friends an<l relatives are invited to attend, 1 SMORGASBORD The Womens Society of the Methodist Church are spon- Smorgasbord-Supper to be held in the Methodist Church basement on the evening of September 28. Serving is to start at 5:00 p.m. REUNION IS MILD Descendant* of the late Peter and Enger Petersen held a family reunion in the Lu- Verne town park on Sunday Towns represented were Mason City, Gilmote City, Corwith, Iowa City, Sac City, Clarion, Clear Lake. Ottosen, Marshalltown and LuVerne. Mrs. Hannah Petersen, Nissen of Mason City is the only living off-spring of Peter. and Enger Petersen and the reunion was held in her honor. LIVEWIRES MEET The LuVerne Livewires 4'H club held their regular monthly meeting at the home of Cynthia Kiley on Saturday. The meeting was held an hour earlier and the remainder of the day was spent chopping down corn on the comers, so as to help the traffic have a better view at the intersecr tions. This was done as a community project. CHICKEN SUPPER The LuVerne American Legion Past will sponsor a chicken supper on Saturday evening, September 23. Serving will be from 5:30 until 8:00 p.m. The LuVerne Auxiliary will also sponsor a bake sale during the same hours. Both the bake sale and supper ate to be held in the Legion Hall. hat eniisted if! the U. S. Afttiy. Me is now stationed at fort Campbell/ Kentucky where he is biking his btiic tfftininl. Mft< Earl Manning entirtd Hancock County Memorial Hospital in BriU September 5 as a medical patient. Servicemen Affffti (!•*•) . SEPT; 14, 1 W Burl The Fred Davies and Ken' neth Cooks spent Sunday in Des Moines and visited the Iowa .Commission for the Blind. A report will be given at the regular Lions club meeting Monday. The Roger Stewards, Madrid, spent the weekend at Walter Steward's. The Busy Bee Club had Guest Day Friday at Ethel Smith's. Union Mothers and Daughters dub will meet Sept. 14 at Mary Sarchet's. The Lyle Morrises, Mineola, N. Y., were guests at Arie Dittmer's. She is the former Gladys Dittmer. They also visited the Leonard and Lawrence Dittmers. A family gathering was held Sunday at Euclaire Meyer's. Present were the Lyle Morrises, Aric Dittmets, Lawrence Dittmers, Leonard Dittmers, Duane Ditt- mers, Lawrence Nelso'ns, Battle Creek, and Jim Sloans, Corwith. Ledyard pastor's ahd I one! ih the He is fnaffied tsabelle filggs whd fteMfV&" Ledyard: L. Cpl. James Jun- kermeler 2284313. D. Co. 1st Military Police Bn., c/o F. P. O. San Francisco, Calif. 96602 U. S. M. C. James, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Junkermeler, graduated from the Lakota High School in May of 1966 and enlisted in the Marines shortly after graduation. Following ha- sic training in California, In- left for Viet Nam on Novcmher 20, 1966. He is serving with the Military Police at Da Nang Air Base. He works in Communications and is head radio man there, where he will serve until December 20th. . . Vrtegeri taughi^at" the drant Scho61 Jh.,1939. aftd 1W6. OtTS NURSI STRIPS Marilyn Ann Deal, senior, Algona, will be among 173 students in Iowa Methodist school of nursing to receive promotional stripes at annual striping ceremonies Friday* Sept. 15, in the school. of nursing auditorium. The 86 new juniors will each receive single black stripes to wear on their caps* niniMnHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniwniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Church Notes MltMMIHMUMMMM Bobby Lcglcr, son of th« Earl Leglers of Knoxville has returned home after visiting the past five weeks in the home of his aunt and uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler, Denny, John and Charles. While visiting here he was a guest of the Ray Leglers on a trip to Canada. Mr. and Mr*. Wilton L«gl*r of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Minnie King of Nebraska have been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and family. Frad Bird, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bird of Humboldt, formerly of LuVernv, Space scientist Ledyard: Dr. Calvin Vriesen, brother of the Rev. Victor Vrie- sen and former teacher at the Grant township School, has been named Aerospace scientist of the year, according to information received here. "Dr. Calvin Vriesen of Brookside, New Jersey research chemist at the Thilkol Chemical Corp. Elkton Division has won special recognition for his work in Space science. • "The Baltimore section of the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics has named Vriesen aerospace sci- entist of the "The honor is accorded annually to the scientist or engineer employed in these fields in Maryland, on the bnsis of the most significant contribution to 'the stato-of-the art in aerospace field." • "Selection of Vriesen this year was in recognition of his work in developing a new gas generator fuel. "In his research, Vriesen discovered an ingredient, designated LL-521, which can be incorporated into standard composite rocket propcllants and which produces a relatively cool, stable flame, ideal for gas generators. "A native of Minn., Vriesen is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and holds his doctorate from Purdue University. He was employed by the DuPont Company for six years, where he performed research on textile fibers and polyurethane elastomers. He served in the Army as a battery commander and battalion and brigade officer in World War 11 Trinity Lutheran R«v. Paul H. Sohn, Patter Algona Thursday, Sept. 14 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. — Thursday School. 7:30 p.m. — Parents of Confirmation classes meet. 8:00 p.m. — Constitution Committee. 8:00 p.m. — Junior Choir. Sunday, Sept. 17 8:00 a.m. — Mission Sunday Service. 9:15 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30 a.m. — Mission Sunday Service. 2:30 p.m. — Bonde-Gadc Wedding. 7:30 p.m. — Bible Institute. 8:00 p.m. — Fellowship Club. Monday, Sept. 18 7:30 p.m. — Adult Membership Club. Tuesday, Sept. 19 7:00 p.m. — Sunday School Teachers, Lower Grades. 7:45 p.m. — Sunday School Teachers, Upper Grades. 8:30 p.m. — Finance Committee. Sunday, Sept. 17 The Rev. Ralph Wiechmann of Springfield, Virginia will be the speaker for Mission Sunday. Mrs. Wiechmann i? the former Eunice Gade of Algona. Algona area to be served by Kent Feeds' new Estherville Plant GLAZING COMPOUND PINT 29 « Jein Ann K«reli and Bd* muniiS Wcpuire were united in marriage Vat a nuptial High M'ass Saturday, Sept 2- in St, John's CathPlic Church with Msgr, J. H, Schultes perforni. ing ithe douljle ring ceremony, 'Mrs, 'l,awrence Govern, or» ganist, acpompanied soloist, Lamont Jansen. Mass reader was Don Pegen. Acolytes were Pa» trick McGuire, Bill Kienitz, Tom and Dennis Pecker, iMiss Low ?*ae Brown of Pes' Moines was maid of honor. Mrs. Carol Ponitje Wallentine of Am^s, cousin of the bride and Kristin ..McGwire, sister of the groorni were ba-idesmaids. William C. McGuire of Scottsboro, Ala. was his broth' er's b.est man. l&ny Karels, brother of the bride §in4 Roger Green of Abes, a Mend we_re .groomsmen. A ?/c Joe McGuire of fhoeni?, Ariz, the groom's brother and Pave Greiner, fr^- wert wsfe lor ?0« it, John's H§U je were 4fe>in«, room host and b,Q5*es;§, Kfren Johns y) Dontje, Cynthia Dontje, Karen Karels, Cojleen Degen,'Linda Tjeg, Mrs. Lynn Hertzke and Janis Boeckholt presided at the punch bowl and gi.fl table. Mrs, Iloy Hinz, aunt of the bride, and Mrs, John McGuire ,ei*t the cake.'Miss Inez Hood poured,; \tteijresses were Mrs, Susan Faith, Mrs; Linda Sharp, Mrs, • Carol Wagner anc} Jan 'Menke. A special erttertainment fea- twred Phi Kappa Meta frater- niity brothers of the groom of Ames, as they sang two numbers >at the reception. The couple spent their honeymoon sightseeing in MiMh souri and now reside in Ames, where the bride is a secretary and the groom attends Iowa Iowa Sitste University to veterr inary. 'medicine. TO PAIiY CQN$Rf SS WeterlM - Und» Nitchgls, Algon», *n<J Susan Dodds, of l&m Rw*' Wttl represent KPW«th e&ujrty GirU' 4-H ip the 4 H Pemgnstra- at the NaUonai Pair>' Congress Sept. 33 thru Oct. i, m Waterloo, few*. Compound (t«yi pliablt, dot* not cf«k or foN ovt. Coiy to apply end point. HOMEGUARD INSULATION iAO •eyi for itialf in fu»l bjll tag*! On* bog «ov«ri 20 ' THItMSfAl STICK«ON TAPf STORM CX)OR COVERING KIT 5th new plant in 9 years for dynamic feed company Kent Feeds, one of America's fastest- growing manufacturers of livestock feeds, will soon lie serving 40 counties in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa from its newest plant in Estherville, Iowa. The Estherville plant, a highly auto mated operation which employs the most modern feed maufacturing techniques available, will be capable of producing 900,000 Ib*. of feed par day, The new plant is the 5th built by Kent in the past 9 years. Kant, with headquarter* in Musca lint, Iowa, ha* a total of 6 plants to serve a vigorous dealer organization consisting of some 600 franchised dealership*. *» w Growth Kent, founded in 1927, has long Nan recognised at a poneer m the development ef prog rammed .feed ing , , , Kent'* research team is re sponsibie for a nymbar of feeding concepts which have literally revolu- tipni^ed the feed indu*try. Among the programs developed at a direct rt*MJi of Kent research art; •tocjtjon Cattle-Feeding • • . Pratrani ^ the firit To bf formy lated in recognition of the tremen- dout nutritive differences in feed- Prank dark, Kent Territory Manager NEW TiRRITORY PAVf S WAY FOR NfW DEALERSHIPS With the opening of the new territory, Kent will be in a position to issue 9 number of new franchises in this area- Any feed dealer interested in obtaining a Kent franchise is asked to write, or call collect, Mr. Frank Clark, (5i5) m*m, Box 286, IPMpTiPJiaff efficiency . . . give lower cost gains. There are Kent Precision Progams specifically for dairy cattle, too, and there's a new No-Roughage leef feeding program designed just for feeders short on roughage or feeders who want to automate their operation. « Roto-liotk Action Hoc Feeding Programs — provide scientifically-determined levels of proteins, vitamins, and minerals . . . and rotate essential antibiotics throughout the growing period, to provide maximum feed efficiency, and help avoid the danger of bacteria developing immunity to antibiotics. Kent also provide* a Calorie-Controlled Sow Feeding Prof ram, to keep sows in top shape during gestation. Urge litters of healthy pigs, produced at minimum cost, art the re< suit of Calorie Controlled feeding. Productionaed/iee*e*u»d Poultry Feeding Programs — take into account the varying requirement* of laying hen* througltout the year. Kent Poultry Programs provide higher energy during cooler weather, proper amino acid balance for year-round feeding efficiency and high production level*. stuff! . • • the first to translate thest differences into precision beef *up- pjfmenti designed specifically for each feeding situation. Kent Prtej< sion Feeding Programs hold feed co$t$ down ; . . supply just what your cjttlf need for maximum feed Oenerei Of««e

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