Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1966
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•H"! I I rif*W+.H~H--l.-l'l4ri III!!! t H-H 1 H H HI HI M Around byONIETA DlbftlKSfN 444**4-H..H.. t ii n t n n mm l j n ii 1111 it 11 t ii t M i Mrs. Prank Hofius entertain-1 Gilmore City, were Sunday ed her Sewing Club on Monday afternoon. Algona Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will hold an Open Reeling, Saturday evening, Jan. 15, at which newly elected and newly appointed officers will be installed. Mrs. Fred Shilts will be the Installing Officer and Mrs. Claude Ruark is the new Worthy Matron. Friends are invited to be present. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. left by" car Friday to''drive to Florida and P'lan to remain at Pompano Beach till the end of March. At the WSCS luncheon meeting last Thursday, Mrs. Arthur Benschoter gave a verv fine report of the educational trip she and her sister, Mrs. Leo Steven, recently made to United Nations, and at the close showed some slides illustrating the high points of that visit to New York City, made by chartered bus. Mrs. Inez Wolfe spent the holidays with the daughters and their husbands, the Clarence Dyrlands at Davenport, and the L. D. Pruitts, at Fairfield. She returned home on Jan. 12. guests at the W. Clee Taylor home. Both couples formerly lived in southern Iowa. The Taylors have rented their farm home to the Ernest Naumans Who moved there the first of this. month from the Virgil Smith farm north of town. Mrs. Albin Spongberg re* turned home Saturday. She had gone to Davenport on Nov. 20th with her sort'Vernoh 1 who came jfor 'her and remained there till after New Years Day 1 when she Went to Des Moines tflthher son-in-law 1 arid "daughter who brought her back toV Algona. WHile in Davenport Mrs. $t>orig- berg had a fall which bruised both legs and she was not able to walk: much for a .time but is now getting around well. Her grandson, Jack Spongberg and family, came from Birmingham, Ala., to Davenport, for a pre- Christmas Visit with his parents while 'she was there. Thursday evening of last office^ in ^-,.-r..r-r.^.. Temple. Stewart McFadden was Installing officer and Leon Laird acted as Installing Marshal for the following , newly elected and newly appointed officers: Worshipful Master; pf. Lettoy Strohman; Sehior W«f' den, Mayfiard Miller; '" Trials., Fred Qeigel; Sec'y., Max Miller; Chaplain, ReV. -FratiR ~Haree}r; Sr. Deacon, Ray Cunningham; Jr. Deacon, James Modrell; $r, Steward, James Peterson; Jty* ler, Frank Saiter. Paul Newsome, the hew Junior, Warden) and Jon Putnam, Junior Sjtew> ard, were unable to be present last week and will be installed in their stations at the regular meeting of Prudence lodge to* night. . ' ...... ffittnity Schd&i District 55*8866. TilfS DATIO stu at Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran it IPftlrviUe met Thursday \*tih lev, Bliss leading ' devotion* m. Garl B*ck gave the totfc, t ' WM Voted to send « cash d(V nation to Susan Hantelman'i mother to have her buy linens Mrs. William Campbell, Minneapolis came by bus Monday and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Karry Potter. The two* women plan to leave early next week for Dallas, Tex., going'by bus, and will visit Mrs. Potter's daughter, Mrs. y. R. Sprflaten, and her family in the suburb of Irving. They will remain in the South for at least <• two months. Mr. Sorflaten is with Braniff Air Lines and there are four children in the family. Charles Hinken will drive his mother, Mrs. Minnie Hinken, to Omaha on Saturday and from there she will fly' to Los Angeles.' There at the, airport she Wfll, be met by her sister and irpther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stjorm, 'of Altadena, with whom she will remain for an ixiteiided visit. The Tony Angus family, ' who'd been living town, have moved house of the late Clement on south north into of the Mrs. Chas. Jones. Mr. Angus, who works at Gambles, is a grandson of the Claude Whitehills, and Mrs. Whitehill was a sister of Mrs. Clement. Mrs. Fred Will daughter's family, had her the Marvin high Thursday and bfe 'dismissed at ' to sefid to Susan f of theif guest house in <Jfche r Nigeria. Hostess ses were Mrs. Hildfedth Pettit and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen. :. Ruth 'Circle of the Fehton Methodist church has postponed its meeting until Jan. 17. WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday with Mrs. Clarence Underwood, Mrs. Don Shaw, and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod as hostesses. Mrs. Jack Gerhart had the program and devotions wete led by Mrs. Roy ChrischillesV Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday with Mrs. Marvin Ackefson, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, and Mrs.' Emil Bierstedt hostesses. Mrs. Walter Jentz gave a report and showed a film on the Bethesda Lutheran Home.' They decided to give a cash donation to Mrs. William Hantelman to buy bed linens to send to Susan in Ya- he, Nigeria.. The Lyle Englands are grandparents of a girl, Sandra Kay, born to the Robert Mog- lers, Whittemore. Sandra Kay was the first baby of 1966 born at.St. Ann hospital, Algona. The Norman Bellingers were guests Thursday at Artold Hantelman's for Renee t|antelmafi's 16th birthdayl ' The Gerald Langertnans and Roger Frihks left Monday on a two week trip to California. The Kettley 2wiefels have a son born last week. Grandparents are the Raymond Zwiefels. Guests Sunday of the 'Norman Bellingers were the Wayne Bol- lingers, Lone Rock. Renne Hantelman recently had a group of young people at her home. The group spent the evening ' playing Court Whist. Winning prizes were Mi- AL60NA ADVANCt-5 ly in her netf . f . lunch was "served and Mrs. prod was presented forth * r»resen.l were'BUa Witt* ehce Saxtott, "Ltilu^SW Florence. McFall, Rose chilled, Amanda Kern, Karen Jorgenserti artd Karfle! Vwgt. Lily Schlei aha Stfetia fcterstedt were in on the gift hut unable to attend because of illness.' r,# ^1 3 'I* 5 [k Wallburgs, of Storm Lake, here :or Christmas, and the son Harley Will, his wife and two children, from Kansas City. The Will children, Harland and Roseann, remained for a few days, and since they wanted the experience of a train ride, Mrs. Will took them back to Kansas City by train from Mason City on Dec. 31. She stayed at Harley's for a couple of days then went by bus to Omaha to visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Neumann, and from there to Storm Lake from which place the Wall- burgs brought her home last Sunday. Mrs. Vic Parsons and her mother, M£S. Claude Samson, will leave Mason City early tomorrow by plane for Florida and will visit the letter's son, Vic Samson and his wife Lou, al Fort Lauderdale. They plan to be there a bit over two weeks and hope to do some sightseeing on the three weekends. Vic does finishing work for a contractor and is at present working on the 17th floor of a new 'Condiminium' apartment house on the Beach. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud took their sister-in-law, Mrs. William Aillaud, back to 'her home at Newton on Tuesday following a week's visit here, then stopped to transact business in Des Moines where they recently bought a home. Mrs. Albert Boekelman, who represents Beauty Counselor in Algpna returned last Friday had paid from Detroit where she gone on an all-expense tour to the. company's home of fices at Grosse Point, Mich. She was the only lowan to win. the trip given on a sales promotion project, and spent the week here. at Fenton for January brfye Fenton — Joleen Mueller was given a miscellaneous shower at St.. .John's Lutheran church Sunday. Mrs. Rex Spicej led the opening devotions. Mrs. Henry Wilberg had the program including Marjean Hendriksen, Marcia Meyer, Renee and Rhonda Flint who sang accompanied by Mrs. James Meyer. Linda Berkland gave a reading, Roger Hendriksen played the piano and'Rhonda Kern played a flute solo. , ' Mrs. Wilberg gave a'reading on Jo'leen's Ufe and Mrs. Duane LieJ> closed the program with a'poem. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Art Mueller, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Harvey Hendriksen, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs, Rinerd Lieb, Mrs. 1 Ed Lieb, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. John Ruger, Mrs. Henry Wilberh, Mrs. Woodrow Kracht, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Mrs. Glenn Flint, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller Sr., Mrs. Robert Fortney, and Mrs. Andrew Stavanski." Miss Mueller will be married to James Bergum Jan. 14 at 7:30 at St. John's Lutheran church Fenton. WINS SCHOLARSHIP " Charles "L." Kern'/'son of the Lloyd Kerns, Fenton, has been awarded a Consumers Co-opera tive Assn. scholarship of $400 at Ames where he is a^sehio student in agronomy. The award is available to scholasti Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hall and the la tier's mother, Mrs. Minnie Houck, left Perry early Tuesday morning by train for Los Angeles where they are spending nearly two weeks with Mrs. Hall's brother and family, the Lloyd Houcks. During their absence, Nancy Squire-Moore, who formerly worked there, is substituting at Elva's Beauty Shop, and Mr. and Mrs, Walt Hall are living at the Hall honie. Mrs, Houck, who lives at Gettsyburg S. D., had been here for sever al weeks and will return her< with her daughter and son-in law. Mr. and Mrs, Paris Johnson Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained he C.A.R. (Children of the American Revolution) Sunday afternoon at her home. There are 15 members in the local chapter, named Algonquin, and en of them, plus four members of DAR were present. This group was organized in 1962 and Mrs. Warren James, Fen,on, is its sponsor. Mrs. Ruth i'attersoh, BUrt, is state president and her son John, is president of the Algonquin dub. Their programs are patriotic; :heir State theme for the year is Our Freedom: To Love, to Cherish, and to Hold. Their present project is to have an American flag in every schoolroom in the state. Mr. and Mrs John Hayes, Donald M. Meyer, Ray Langfitt and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett drove to Lincoln, Neb., Monday for the installation that evening of Edwin Rogers, Lincoln, as governor pf the Iowa-Nebraska district of Kiwanis. Bartletts re mained overnight, the others drove home following the meet ing. At an Open Meeting htli ally qualified students whosi rarents belong to an agricul-i ural cooperative. Charles, 23, s married and he and his wife, Charlotte, live at Pammel Court n Ames. He works part time as a custodian in a woman's dorm and is active in the Agronomy club and Lutheran hurch. He plans to enter the agronomy field after gradua- ion. COUNCIL SWORN IN The Town Council met last Monday for its first meeting of the new year. Dr. W: W. Jolley was sworn in as mayor, and Arnold Hansen, Robert Mitchell, Peter Koenck, and Merle Voigt as councilmen. Paul Eig ler was hired as town clerk, Donald Hurlburt as town mar- shall, and Mrs. Wayne Alder son was appointed treasurer, Allen Bollinger was issued building removal permit. SCHOOL NUMBER The State Tax Commission has requested each Superintendent in Iowa to send slips home with children indicating the le gal name and code number t< be used on State Income Tajc Forms. Fenton's school <Jis trict's name and identifying code number are: Seritral Com ALGONA AN ITCH TO SWITCH IN'66? ( A LITTLE SCRATCH WILL DO IT ) STANDARD IG SIX White Sale Specials 3-SPEEP SHIFT (FULLY SYNCH.) CRUISE- GALAXIE 500 PLEATED SEATS FULL WHITE WHEEL WALL COVERS TIRES AIR CONDITIONING 11 4-DOOR OPTION WIMBLEDON WHITE OR NIGHTMIST OR SILVER BLUE This entire lineup is inclucfeel"in White Sale Custom 500's at pnce-a-year prices! Hurry! First come, first served! 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