Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 6
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(low*) THURSDAY, OCT. 12, Uniform, book / v sale, dated for Girl Scouts Burt — The Burt Girl Scouts used uniform and book sale will be held after school at the Town Hall Friday. Any girl who has out grown her uniform or has gone into another age level of scouting and who Would like to make her old uniform and or hand book available for someone else is to bring to tine Town Hall that day. Please have the uniform clean, pressed and marked as to size and price. Any girl who wants a used uniform may come and try them on. The girls are to be accompanied by their mothers. Training class for the new leaders will be held in the Algona Presbyterian Church from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Oct. 25 and again Nov. 1. At the sohoolhousc Oct. 26 there will be a tea for the mothers of the Girl Scouts and Investiture of the new .Brownies and any new Girl Scout. Awards will be pro- sented also. REUNION IS HELD Mrs. Paul ManoT, Moses Lake, Wash., and daughter, Mirs. Terrancte Lading and her daughter Tammy, Spokane, Wash., spent last week iherc visiting relatives. Mrs. Manor is the former Ruth Schwietert, sister of Merle, Ervin and Lester Schwiotdrt, and Ada Hardgrove, Algona. She had not been home for 25 years. A dinner reunion was held at Van's Cafe Oct. 8. Present were the E. C. Schwieterts, Merle Schwiet- erts, Lester Schwieterts, Clear Lake, Vernell Hardgroves and Jack, Algona, Eugene Sohattschneiders and the Don Jorgensons, Mrs. Donald Hilbert and Greg, the Fort Dodge, and Paul Daonas, Fort Dodge, and Paul Damas, Ames. The afternoon was spent at the Merle Schwietert's. Callers were Mrs. Lorena Roark, Helen Schwietert and Dilman Schwietert. FESTIVAL DINNER The annual pot luck din- tier on Band Festfval djay Oct. 7 was held at Martin Becker's. Present were the Thces Schnakenbergs, Henry Schnakenbergs, Mary Hanselman, LuVerne, the George Beckers, Frank Beckers, Ray McW'horters, Harold Beckers, Roscoe Mawdsleys, Jr., Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsiley, Sr., Mrs. Ethyl Hoin and Collen Kruse. The Johnny Simons were afternoon callers. NEW LIBRARY BOOKS There was 700 new books brought to the Burt Public Library Monday. Every three months new books arrive from the traveling library. cousins in Illinois at Cornell, Streatef and Pontiac. The Floyd Sills have a 7 lb. 15 ot son, born at Si. Ann hospital, Oct. 8. They now have 3 boys and 4 girls. Patricia Zwiefel and Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were Friday guests at Brian Zwiefel's for his birthday. The Brian Zwiefels and Shawn were Sunday guests at Cecil Householder's in Welcome, Minn. Also guests were the Ronald Householders and Renee, and the Dennis Cooks. Patricia Zwiefel, junior student at State Teachers College in Wayne, Neb., was home for the weekend returning Sunday. Frank Smith and Roy Smith, Madelia, Minn., visited Wednesday with Art and Bert Phillips. They are cousins. Dad's football night is held at Sentral Lone Roek — Fathers of the boys who are on (the football squad were guests Friday night for Dad's Night at the Sentral school, where Scnlral was host to Armstrong. As the boys entered the field and were intiroduc- ed, each father met and stood with his son, even coach Bert Hanson, was met and joined by his dad who is from Pocahontas. After a victorious game by Sentral over Armstrong 28-0, parents of the boys were invited for coffeo and cookies in the assembly room made and served by the 8th grade girls. Queen HOME FROM TURKEY Airman 2nd. Class Eugene Hutchin&on is home on a 30 day leave after serving 14 months in Ankara, Turkey. Last Sunday dinner guests at •Lloyd Hutohinson's were the Gordon Hutchinsons, Esther- viU.e; Kenneth Hutahinsonis, St. Paul; Bob Hutdhlnsons', Judy and Dennis Hutehin- son, Minneapolis. ATTEND WEDDING Bob Angus and Mrs. Grace Davis attended the wedding of Itheir nephew Daniel Drown, and Sheri Ghristen- son at Brainerd, Minn., Oct. 1. They also visited their mephew's family, Toni Angus, at Detroit Lakes, Minn., and their cousins, the Jesse Hohensteins, Amboy, on the return trip. , GUESTS FROM GERMANY Guests here from Germany visiting the Karl Ewoldts are the Willi iHavenmeisters, Kro- kah, and Mrs. Elli Kramback, Wisch, Germany. MARGIE Froehlich, shown above, was crowned queen of the Garrigan high school Homecoming last Saturday as . the Bears edged St. Edmond's 9-7 to complete the happy evening. She was crowned by last year's queen Pat Loebig, while Mike Schiltz was named king. Other queen attendants were Barb Winkel, Shirley Stoffel and Judy Ferstl. miMHIimiHIMtimiMMHHItHIIHMtMIHlMHmlMMIMIMMMIimlllMI Tuesday evening guests at Warren Thompson's in Swea •City for Linda's 17th birthday. Thursday supper guests of Mrs. Adela Thompson were the Roy Donavons, Bellingham, Wash.; Wallace Dona- vons, Britt; and Henry Kueck, Algona. Sunday evening guests at Mervia Marlow's were the Dick O'Donnels, Russel Jensens, Wayne Nymans and Otto Jensen. Monday morning coffee guests at Willis Cotton's were the George Crows, New Providence, N. J.; Mrs. Grace Davis, Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. •.Lawrence Dittmer and Bob Angus. Sunday afternoon guests at Bernard Miller's were the Bernard Tigges family, Fenton. Monday afternoon callers at the Miller home were the Karl Ewoldts, Algona; Willi Havenmcistcrs; Mrs. Elli Krambach, Germany. Mrs. Eldon Marlow had her birthday club last week, Mrs. Merwi(n, Marlow, Mrs. Dick O'Donnel, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, iMrs. Dick Wetzel, Mrs. Milton Marlow, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. Mrs. George Kissner was a guest. Guest day was held Thursday afternoon at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Sterling where he is a fresh>man <at the Sterling college in Kans*fl. they will »ho visit Mr. Crow's sttler at F«rb*r, Mo., on the return trip, Mrs. Crow is head of the etombto- gy department in the Post office in New York City. "" : Mrs. ftlaine Drown, Lorraine and Roger, from Curlew, and Mrs. James Sloan, Corwith, were guests at Lawrence Ditimer's Saturday after the band festival which they all attended. Mrs. Evelyn Earing was given a birthday party last week. Guests were Mrs. Robert Hanna, Sally and Linda; the Woodrow Pettits and Peggy; Mrs. Bernard Pettit, Robert and Donald; Mrs. John Person and Boys; Mrs. Glen Householder; Mrs. Howard McChesney; Bernard and Alton Pettit. The Keam Marlows, Hum- 'boldt, have a daughter born Tuesday, Oct. 3 at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge; she weighed 6 Ibs. 9 ozs. and has been named Michelle Yvonne. The Merwin Marlows and 'Mrs. Georgia Marlow visited the Kearn Marlows Sunday •to see the new granddaughter. Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer (Estella), Mrs. Grace Davis, Mrs. George Crow (Alice) were guests of their sister, Mrs. Lillian Drown at Curlew. They are sisters and this was the first time in 14 years they had all been together. Guests Sunday at Wayne Bellingers were the Jim Kressims and boys, Whitte- Wesley wonaR given pirty on 80th The A. A. Kruegers spent Sunday at Melvin Meyer's at Swea City. Michael Lee who attends Eathel College at St. Paul visited with his parents, the E. A. Lees, and his grandmother who is in St. Ann hospital. Seneca PROMOTED IN VIETNAM The Lawrence Gietzenau- ers received word Friday their son Larry was made sergeant Sept. 26. Larry is serving in Viet Nam. U & I Circle has been postponed from Oct. 10 to Tuesday, Oct. 17 at Vora Bfradley's assisted by Ruth 0. Patterson. Birthday Circle meets this Thursday with Lizzie Giddings hostess at the William Giddings home. Legion Auxiliary Sewing 'meeting will be held this Thursday at Celia Scott's. The Carl Wauges, Janesvil- !le, Wis., were guests Wednesday to Monday at Sumner Parson's home. They are former neighbors. The Walter Stewards visited his sister Elsie, Mirs. Antan.' Pannkuk, at Britt hospital Sunday. She returned 'home to Klemme Monday. The Paul Danas, Ames, were weekend guests at the pdrentaa, Merle Schwietert's. The Walter Rentzes visited Saturday and Sunday in Ionia at Herman MohrLng's. Her brother Alvin, New Hampton, was also home. Saturday the men attended the sale at the farm home of Mrs. Otto Mohring, Charles City. Earl Thompson, Algona, bought the farm. Mrs. Otto 'Mohring is an aunt of Mrs. Rente. Mrs.' E. A. Junkermeier, Neoma and Alma, were guests Saturday at Des Moines at Harold Daubenberger's. He was convalescing at home following surgery for a cataract two weeks ago in Des Moines. School wilj be dismissed early Oct. 19. so teachers can attend the I.S.E.A. convention Friday in Des Moines. Art Phillips returned from a 16 day tour last week. There were 90 people on the tour, visiting San Francisco, Lps Angeles, Disneyland, Riverside Mission. Before returning home he visited Mrs. Adela and Neva Thompson^ attended the funeral of Ralph Don a von at Algona Monday. 'Mrs. Adela Thompson, Charles and Neva, were and Feniton churches. Speaker was Rev. Laverne Seth, Missionary pastor of the Indian Settlement at 'Tama, Iowa. The George Kissners left Friday for a few days with tiheir daughter, the Darrel Long's, Bettendorf. The Frank Dreyers and Jayne, spent the weekend at David Dreyer's at Oelwein. Sunday they accompanied the David Dreyers ta McGregor and Prairie du Chien, Wis. 'Mrs. Grace Davis, Phoenix, Ariz., and the George Crows, Providence, N. J., are visiting friends and 'relatives in the area. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Crow are sisters of Mrs. 'Lawrence Dittmer and the Angus brothers. The George Crows visited their son Garret at Michigan State university where he is studying for his Ph.D. They will spend Parents Day with their youngest son Steven at Mr*. Henry Loeft ».»«»«•»»•••»•»»*••••«»» The David Loofts attended ,a family dinner Sunday evening at Town House at Ormsby, Minn., for the Glenn Hoppes wedding anniversary. The Harold Jacobsons who have made their home for some time at the Bailey apartments at Seneca, moved last week to 'the house formerly occupied by the LeRoy Bras family^; Lone RoiekHMr. Ja- cobsoh 'was hospitalized for some time at Estherviffle following a heart condition. The Alfred Petersons were Sunday evening callers at 0. R. Peterson's, Ringsted. The David Loofts and Henry Loofts were Sunday guests at Gerrit DeWaards, rural Wesley, for Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona, Mrs. De- Waard's and Mr. Looft's mother, for her birthday. The Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn., have a 6 lb. 8 oz., girl, born Thursday, Oct. 5. She will be named Ann Maree and has a brother, Thomas and a sister Sara. The Elmer Horstmans, Britt, and Henry Loofts are the grandparents. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ' ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTSI — Sister Mary Dor- sfferson, Wis., and Sister Mary Leon, Chicago, 111., spent October 3 to 9 at their parental, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch home. Mrs. Foertsch and Rosemare and their guests were dinner guests Thursday of their daughter and sister, the Lyle Kuypers in West Bend, and were supper guests at George Foertsch's, also in West Bend, They were Friday morning breakfast guests of Ollie and Angeline Foertsch. On Sunday 90 relatives attended a belated birthday dinner party in St. Joseph's parish hall for Mrs. Foertsch's 80th birthday. ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Clarence Golwitzer, Mrs. George Lickteig and 'Mrs. Ben Schrauth attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Cecelia's hall in Algona for Darlene Wey : dert, daughter of the Matt Weyderts, Algona, and a sister of Mrs. Golwitzer. She will marry Michael Schrauth, son of the Paul Schrautihs, Bancroft, October 21 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Mrs. Golwitzer and Mrs. Lickteig were among the hostesses. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Jane Eisenbacher, daughter of Vine Eisenbacher, and the date Dorothy Eisenbacher, and Terry Krout, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Krout, Cherokee, Kan. They will be married in the local Catholic church October 28. WEDDING SATURDAY Marletie Harr and Donald Theesfeld will be married in, St. Joseph's Catholic church Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. no school at Gar_. Monday and no school at St. Joseph's Tuesday as there was Teacher's and Priests Institute in Sioux City. .'Many Wesleyans attended the Stf Benedict parish 7 "dinner Sunday afternoon and evening. The Bob Rickes moved lately from Muscatine to Davenport instead of to Des 'Moines, as was previously reported. iMrs. Mary Forburger had her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer was high scorer. Mrs. Brma Kunz will 'have the next party. Mary Beth Nelson, a student at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, spent the weekend in the parental Charles Nelson's and attended the homecoming at Garrigan. The Herman Bodes were Sunday guests of the Louis Pages, Mason City. The Dave Youngwirths moved over the weekend into the Lester Larson home that wl« ViMted by the Don Hauptmjhs. Hie! Youngwlrths sold Ah*? horn* to Vine Doughan, who will move into it won. The Len Aftidbrtefs ami Elmsr Doughans spent Sunday in Cedar Rapids Leti attended the "fathers Day" program a guest of their daughter Vidki, now Sister Ann Mary at the Sacred Meart Convent, Mrs. Arndorl- er and the Doughans visited the latter couples daughter Sister Kevin, who is guidance counselor at Regis high. Dan Arndorfer and his fiance Mary Ann Ryan, both of Cedar Rapids, joined the group. Sister Damian, a daughter of the Daughans, is assistant principal and teaches at Our Lady of Grace in Minneapolis. Lucille Hirner, who was on vacation last week from Johnny's A G Market, Anna Mae Hi'rner, wno is employed in the Britt Reminder office, and Linda Carpenter, Britt, had a sightseeing trip to eastern Iowa Saturday. The Elmer Doughans were guests of their daughter, the Jim Walm.sleys, in Webster City Thursday. It was Jim Walmsley's 7th birthday. The Dennis Vitzthums, Estherville, visited at the parental Lee Goetz's and his parents, George Vitzthum's Sunday. The Richard Hammonds •had as weekend guests, .their friends, the Herbert Ellisons and Louis La Jeaunesses, all of Kenosha, Wis. All visited the Grotto at West Bend Sat- urady and attended the parish chicken dinner at St. Benedict Sunday afternoon. The Norbert Hilbers spent October 2 to 6 on a trip to •the Bad Lands and Black Hills of South Dakota. They also visited his sister, Mrs. Jake Strouth, Wilmont, Minn, and Mrs. Girard Strouth, Reading, Minn. Mr. Hilbert was on vacation from his dut- . ies at town marshal. Mary Hilbert spent the weekend at her parents, Norbert Hilbert's. She is employed in Marquette National Bank in 1 Minneapolis, Joyce Becker, who is employed in the Northwestern Bank there spent the weekend at her home here! The girl born Oct. 2 to the Merle Petersons was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and was named Lisa Renae. The Dennis Haverlys were sponsors. The Petersons have another daughterl'ftmela, who is almost two ~ ! years old. Mrs. Peterson's mother, Mrs. I. M. Hough, Ayrshire, spent several days with her daughter and family. St. Joseph's Guild Will meet Tuesday, Oct. 17 in the parish hall. Mrs. Justine Becker had her auction bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Bleich was a guest. Mrs. Mr- He Doiighan will have the next party. '-:• .... ..-....•• .. .,•• ' Many iftftf graduate* of CifrigM wefe hort.e for the weekend and attended the homecoming a ' SIMM* to hm LMMfM WMtM hold rally tort Stptimbfr 27 The Algona Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary League held its Fall Rally September 27 at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. 'Coffee hour and registration preceded opening devotions led by the Rev. Paul Sohn, Algona. Mrs. Eugene Meyer, zone president, presided. Mrs. Mueller, LuVerne, delegate to the International convention in Washington, D. C., report ed. Mrs. Elmer Jante, zone Christian Growth chairman, led the devotional reading. Rev. Frank Koepke, Burlington, former missionary to Japan, was the main speaker. 167 members attended the rally and the offering was $147.32. The Day of Prayer offering next spring will be given to the Lutheran Bible Translators. Officers re-elected were Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Burt, pres.; Mrs. Oryille Kressin, of Lone Rock, vice; Mrs. James Bierstedt, Whittemore, treas.; Mrs. Lorimer Bjorklund, of Swea City, sec. They were installed by the Rev. Arnold Vehling, pastoral advisor, who^ also led the closing devotions. Spencer will have a new tyvo-year business college beginning in June, 1968, it was announced this week after the sale of 2,300 shares of stock to Spencer area individuals and signing of a contract between the Mankato Commercial College and Spencer Industries Foundation. The new school will be known as the Spencer School of Business. It will offer a full range of courses in secretarial training, accounting, business administration and salesmanship. Enrollment is expected to be 100 at the start and about 600 at a later date. MODERN MIXERS MEET Modern Mixers dub met with Robert Burt, October 3, with eleven members in attendance, Birthday members were Iva Witham, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and Mrs. Robert Burt. Present were Mesdames John Johannesen, Fred Johannesen, Calvin Vaudt, Wayne Ohnemus, Clifford Gangestad, Joe Madden, RU|iard Bauer, Herbert Krause, Jerry Wilberg and Henry Looift. Mrs. Alvin Cyphers will be the November hostess. FRANK SCHEMMEL Frank Schemmel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schemmel, Bancroft, is undergoing recruit training at the Marine Corps Reciuit Depot, San Diego, Calif. Upon completion of basic training, he will be assigned to Camp Pendleton, Calif for individual combat training. OW OPE lUIHHHMIIHIIIMMHIIMIIMMIUIIIIIMHHIMHHIIIMMIIIHIIIHINIHMHMIIIIIttltlllllllinilllKIIIIIMIIIIIIIIl KIHIIIUHIIHIWMUMI "SJO-GOOD" CARRY OUT 11:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M. 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