Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1966
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New Land Bank officers 8011 of tll€ ADfMIMA- West B«hd. Oliver Kinseth entered Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge Wednesday for surgery Friday morn* ing. Mrs. LeRoy Worby was taketi to Lutheran hospital by-ambu* lance Tuesday night. She had been suffering from a bad back at her home for several days. Their daughters are hav* ing chicken pox and Mrs. Worby's mother, Mrs. Oliver Lee, Rutland, has been staying at the Worby home since Saturday. The Eugene Struthers have an 8 Ib. 9 oz. daughter, Kali Jo, born January 18. at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. was t weekend guest of her grandparents, the Fred Sohult- ze». Lester Bullock and his roommate Bill Gast, students at Bite' na Vista, Storm Lake, were home for two days between semesters at Rev, Albert Bui' lock's. Mrs. Jesse Blanchard returned Tuesday after a few days With <her parents, the H. K. Drowns, Des Moines. Mrs, Drown recently had surgery on her eye. The Willard Thompsons have returned from a trip to Corder, Mo., where they toured the Ozark Camper plant. Enroute with Mrt. Wendell Dltsworth assisting. Mrs. Walter Goraczkow- ski and Mrs, Ormal Guiitii gave the lesson on preparation of convenience foods containing ready mixes, or ready prepar* ed. It was found that dishes containing convenience foods were more inexpensive than foods prepared from "scratch", Mrs. Waiter Goraczkowski will have the February meeting at her home. SURPRISE PARTY The Riverside club surprised the Raymond Pichts recently for their 25th wedding. Present were the Ray Pichts, Don Hoe- home they visited her mother, ins, at whose home the party DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS of the Algona Federal Land Bank Assn. renamed Jan. 18 at the annual meeting are, front row, left to right, Leander Menke, Swea City; Douglas Wildin, Algona; Hugh Black, pres., Algona; Marvin Junkermeier, Elmore; Robert E. Deal, Algona. Back row are Larry Severson, E. H. Hutchins, manager, Helen Haas, H. E. McEvoy, vice-pres. Federal Land Bank, Omaha, and LeRoy.Hansen, supervisor. 8— ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 27, 1966 Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 -•-'-*- ••••-llllllllllll.llttllllltlllllllllll?llllltllllllT-|l-|n!llln|- t ~'-- t - t -- t -- t - t -- t - t - t - •--•-•--•-•-•-•-•-•-•-•-•-'—'Supper guests at the Bob El- lefsons on Friday were Mr. iand Mrs. E. L. Smith of Woden. Little 'Kevin, eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Benschoter, was released Friday from the Emmetsburg hospital where he had been a patient for nine days being fed intravenously. He is now at home and recovering very satisfactorily from his illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were at Ames from Tuesday to Saturday, guests at the 0. J. Simons home. Mrs. Simons is a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson plan to leave soon for a vacation in the West and will be accompanied by a niece, Mrs. Jean Klede, of Humboldt. They Mankato Saturday afternoon and were met there by the L. H. Crawfords of Minneapolis with whom Mrs. Bartholomew returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Newville, Port Edward, Wis., came Tuesday of last week to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd New ville, both of whom have been ill for some time. They were taken to St. Ann where both are hospitalized for the present and Darrell plans to return here next week to check on their progress. He is a forestry graduate and is at present working for a Paper Mill. The parental Newvilles are both in frail health and have been married almost 64 years. Mrs. Chas. Thompson, Mrs. Jim Tabb and Mrs. Rose Hens- will go first to Little Rock, Ark., to visit the G. D. Brundages, former Algonians, and from there to California where they will stop at various spots and plan to be away for a month at least. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips visited Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zweifel, at Fairmont. Ottosen church holds meeting and election Ottosen — Members of the Trinity Lutheran church met Thursday for their yearly business meeting. The Rev. Robert J. Le Mont led the devotions. Yearly reports were given. A student aid fund will be established, from memorials and other gifts, to be used by members of the congregation who may go into full time Lone Rock 4-H youth sent to national meet Lone Rock — Rodney Jensen, son of the Roger Jensens, sen : ior at Sentral high school, left by train Tuesday as a delegate to the national 4-H grain marketing convention in, Chicago. He has been chosen one of two delegates from the state of Iowa. This trip is paid.|or byi the Board Of Trade. He'will also tour General Mills. He 'will fly home Friday. OFFICIALS INSTALLED Newly elected elders installed Sunday at ./.• the Presbyterian church were Alfred Krueger and LeRoy Bras. Newly' elected j Pichts were given an trustees installed were Jess house January 9 at the Mrs. Agnes Foley, Burlington, Baptism was administered to Harris Jon, infant son of the LeRoy Erases at the Presbyterian church. Elder Glair Bollinger and the Rev. Albert Bullock attended Presbytery Tuesday at Dows. The Harry Brases, Alton, and John J. Van Oorts, Orange City, were Sunday visitors at LeRoy lias's, and also for the baptism of their grandson, Harris Jon Bras. Nancy Fischer, who teaches at Barnum, was a weekend visitor of her parents, the Delmar Fischers. North Kossuth pair observe 25th wedding Swea Eagle — The Ray mom church work. Mrs. Percy Watnem, chair- chen, all of Corwith, spent Wed nesday of last week v.ith Mrs. George Yeoman, who formerly lived at Corwith; man of the constitution revision committee, reported several changes. These were all approved. Chester Alme was elected deacon, Howard Thompson trustee, Louis Jacobson re-elected secretary, Oscar Oppedahl was re-elected treasurer, Edwin Speich was elected financial secretary,; Mrs. Charles Welter -' was re-elected Sunday school Blanchard and Art Person. The Dennis Priebes have a boy, 9 Ibs., born Jan. 23 at the hospital at Estherville. He has a sister and two brothers. Maternal grandparents are the Eldin Marlows and paternal grandparents are the Arthur Priebes. Mrs. Joe Oakes, Ringsted, drove here Tuesday morning and picked up her cousins, Mrs. C. R. Schoby and Mrs. J. D. Cash, their aunt, Mrs. Cliff Bowman, of Spencer, and Mrs. AT- tur Benschoter, who went with her to Waterloo where they remained overnight with the Gayle Andersons in their new home. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Oakes are sisters. Mrs. Harold Hobson has been a patient at Mercy Hospital in Mason City where she recently had surgery for the removal of a cataract. Among out of town relatives of the E. C. McMahons here Saturday for the wedding of Robert McMahon and Mary Kathryn Knoll were Mr. and Mrs. R.'J. Neary, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Neary, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Neary, Mrs. John Neary and son Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins, Dr. and Mrs. Ed Beitmann, all of Omaha. The R. J., Chas. and Ray Nearys with Mrs. John and Bryan remained for the weekend. The elder Nearys are parents of Mrs. Leo Cassel and Mrs. Neary is a sister of Mrs. McMahon. The bridal couple left for Chicago Saturday afternoon. Robert is in his final year at the Illinois College of Optometry there and his wife is nursing at Michael Reese Hospital. Mrs. E. J. Evers received a phone call Saturday evening from the oldest son, Bill, who has been in submarine nuclear power school at Bainbridge, Md. since November and in Naval service for a year. He will be at Bainbridge till June and called to tell his mother that in the last Math test he'd received a 4.0 point grade along with a 3.8 in Physics. Two new members taken into Rotary Club at their noon luncheon meeting on Monday were: Charles McVay, restaurant owner, and Irvin Handel, in the Farm Supply business. Mr. and Mrs, Vaughn Rising drove to Des Moines on Jan. 13 & the following day Vaughn attended a meeting for school board members, secretaries, and superintendents at Hotel Fort Des Moines. The Friday morning session was given to budgets, appropriations, and accounting procedures and in the afternoon Investment of Funds was discussed. Mr. Rising is se- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bartlett arrived home Monday night from Phoenix where they had flown on Friday from Sioux Falls. They attended a Kiwanis meeting held at a Resort some 60 miles from Phoenix where they were met. superintendent and Mrs. Ivan Evenson was re-elected assist* ant. Knut Oppedahl was elected head usher. Melvin Ellingson was elected delegate to the Iowa District convention. Oliver Christiansen is the alternate delegate. Mrs. Richard Kinseth was re-elected organist and choir director. Richard Kinseth was elected board member for the Ingham Lake Bible Camp. The proposed budget was adopted, A nominating committee was elected, Darrel Jones, Dean Loos and Leo Tofteberg. BACK FROM VACATION The Raymond Wehrspanns have returned from a five and a half week winter vacation. At Sacramento, Calif, they visited Mrs. Wehrspann's sister, the E. G. Tylers, They spent a day in Mexico and saw the Rose Bowl parade. They flew to Hawaii where they spent a week with the Lowell Habegars. Mr. Ha- begar is in the navy. He is the AID MAKES GIFT Immanuel Lutheran Aid met Jan. 14. Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger gave the mission topic on India. Pastor Vehling led a topic discussion on Central America: The'Aid voted a monetary gift for Susan Hantelman's project in Africa. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Fuerstenau and Mrs. Ray Kading. DATE YOUTH SERVICE There will be a special youth Sunday service at the Presby terian church Jan. 30 at 7:30 p.m. to be conducted by the Se nior Hi youth fellowship. LEGION MONTH The Legion bought 1,000 Ope ration Show Your Color to be given away during Februar. which is American Legion mon th. ope; Firs Methodist church at Armstron or their silver wedding. Thei children, Alice, Minneapolis, th Went to Brit! Tuesday noon where they visited their daughter Judy, Mrs. Wayne Eckels, in the Britt Memorial hos* pital where she received minor surgery, * the neighborhood card party was held Wednesday evening in the Harley Rusher home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard BristoW, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin BristoW of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Meister and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow. Several Portland folks at- das it the Burt church, Friday aitefttddfi, Mr, and Mrs, David Fritz and baby of China Lake, Wi*. ftftd Mf. and Mrs. Victor fitch and Judy were Thursday evening visitors in the Clyde Moore home. Jay Steven entered the St. Ann hospital Tuesday night where he received surgery Wed* nesday morning, Mr, and Mrs, Bernard Meis* ter left Tuesday morning for Minnesota where they will visit relatives and friends. "Scandal is like an egg, when tended the funeral of Dale Dun- it is hatched it has wings." held, Marvin Cordemans, Vilfred Browns, Chris Larsens, jeonard Maddens, Nielsons, ilrs. Gene Fitzgerald, Mrs. (athleen Fitzgerald, the Dick Larsons and Leo Larsons, Ann Arbor, Mich. Mrs. Virgil Jensen is a sur- ery patient at St. Mary's hos- ntal at Rochester, Minn. Her room number is 142. The Dettmer Thompsons returned two weeks ago after a month at Ozona, Texas, where ;hey visited their son, the John ^hompsons. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson attended a board meeting of the Kossuth T B. association at the Algona Hotel, last Wednesday. Mrs. Clifford Beadle and children were Sunday callers with her parents, the August Robi- sons. The August Robisons were Monday callers at Harold Roalson's. The Harold Roalsons were last Thursday guests at Clarence Lohse's, Fairmont. • The Warren Brones had as guests for 500 Friday the Walter Goraczkowskis, Johnnie Tobins, William Mathers, Jr., Virgil Tokheims, Wendell Dits SPECIAL OFFER - JAN. 24 lo FEB. 6 Ddward Pichts, Armstrong, and Deanna, at home, sponsored the vent. There were 90 registered. Mrs. John Kelly served punch, and Mrs. Chris Larson >oured coffee. Waitresses were jeneva Wilcox, Fairmont, -Bet,y and Ella Beck, Lakota, and Dorothy Kelly.. The Clyde Tha- ves came from Waverly,. .and Bert Picht came from Des Moines. Others were from Lakota, Swea City, Fairmont, Bancroft and Armstrong. Gertrude Bosma, Lakota and Raymond Picht, Swea City, were married at Shell Rock Jano 1, 1941: worths, and Kenneth Brones. Mr. Tokheim and Mrs. Ditsworth won high, Mr. Tobin and Mrs. Kenneth Brones low and Kenneth Brones, travel. The Everett Thorsons had their "500" club Sunday. Mrs Wallace Dawson and Jjohnnie Tobin won high scores. The Wendell Ditsworths visit ed her mother, Mrs. Conrad Brekke at Estherville Sunday. HOMEMAKERS MEET Eagle Homemakers met with Mrs. -Warren Brones Tuesday Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs., P. W. Marlow MM'S «r Ladies' PANTS & SLACKS • - ' • . .-'•'•'• " • "i Reg. price 75° 9 FOR a* "Algona's Quality Dry Cleaners" ALGONA CLEANERS & LAUHDEBERS 5-3265 "East of Courthouse" ALGONA The Merwyn Hurlburts spent a week going to Dallas, Texas, where they visited the Donald Hutchinsons. The Robt. Schmidts, Ralph Bierstedts and Ralph Hammer- stroms went to Des Moines Sunday to the grain dealer's convention. The Delmar Fischers left on Monday to attend the convention. The Gordon Blanchards, Mason City, and Mrs. Maude Blanchard were Sunday guests at Harlan Blanchard's. The Alfred Schultzes visited her mother Mrs. Maude Blanchard Saturday. Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, cretary of the local board and business school to Sup't. 0. B. yang. RMngs arrived home Friday evening m time to greet their son Jon, his wife, and daughter Beth, who came from Minneapolis to help celebrate his mother's birthday remained till Sunday. Mr*, id Will* in* *nd Mrs A VFW 10th District meeting was held at the Britt Post a week ago last Sunday, Jan, 16. In attendance from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shackelford, Mrs. Alta Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Wilbur Zeigler, John Goodman, and Wayne Goodman, local Post Commander. Lloyd Rockne, Estherville, District Commander, presented awards given for the Voice of America contest which was sponsored by the 10th district posts. Sally Ann Eldridge, Buffalo Center, won first place; a trophy, a plaque, and $50.00 check; Mark Shadd, Estherville', won second place: a plaque and a check for $30.00; and third place went to Emil Skaar, Swea City: a plaque and a $20.00 check. Mrs. Gladys Rucker, Newton, department president, represented the Auxiliary at the session. The next district meeting is slated for sometime in May at Buffalo Center. Depth News The Past Matron*' Club will meet Saturday for a one o'clock luncheon at the Masonic Temple. The new junior past nia iron, Mrs. Norma Walker, will be welcomed into the Club. The meal will be served by a com- mitte of which Mrs. John Hay- EVERY SUNDAY Bartholomew drove to es is chairman. Radio When we go skiing, we go in style...in our '66 Ford. I choose the speed I want with the automatic speed control...select the music I want with the stereo tape player...and relax with one of the worlds quietest rides. 0 should have stayed in the car.) 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