Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1966
Page 12
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Dick Janssen, ex-Kossuth man, dies at Burt —• Mrs. Jerry Neeland, Burt, received word her daughter Minnie's husband, Dick Janssen, 68, died Jan. 27 in Roswell, New Mexico of a heart attack. Funeral services were Feb. i at the Reformed church in Buffalo Center. He was born in Buffalo Center and farmed there many years. He worked in Fairmont 1958-1959 and went to Roswell, New Mexico in 1960. Survivors are his wife Minnie, 6 children of first marriage, 4 children of second marriage, and two step sons, Richard Wittmus, Fairmont, and Albert Wittmus, Algona..One son Arthur Jatlssen came from Viet Nam fpr .the funeral. POST HONOR ROLL The honor roll for Burt school includes: A — Kevin Fraser, 7th; Marilyn Cher land, 8th; Kathleen Patterson, 9th; Jane Barslou, senior; Douglas Black, senior. Receiving B — Steven Madsen, Cynthia Patterson, Marilyn. Person, 7th grade; Ruth Long,' Steven Schenck, Connie Sheirbon, Jill Smith, Lennice Waltman, Gail Wermers, 8th grade; Howard Batt Jr., Janet Becker, Brad Cranston, Donna Larson, Jayne Larson, Diane Person, Patricia Sheirbon, 9th grade; Linda Becker, Deborah Kohlhaas, Sandra Ortman, Deborah Stenzel, 10th grade; Nancy Ackerman, Joyce Baumgard, Boyd Brist'ow, Norma Harms, Diane Hoppus, Linda Meyer, Di Ann Miller, Cunt Patterson, llth grade; Nancy Becker, Claudeen Cranston, Merwyn Cunningham Jr., Dallas Curtis, Linda Fairbanks, Vicki Koestler, Robert' Lovstad, Duane Peter, Jean Wood, 12th grade. Myrtle. A birthday dinner for Frances' birthday was served at Viola McDonald's Saturday. The Lowell Winters were guests Thursday at J. L. Miller's. The Winters left by train from Perry Thursday for the West. CUB SCOUTS MEET The Cub Scout pack meeting was held Jan. 27 at the school lunch room. Uniforms were inspected, awards were presented and there was a display of The Jerry Wieners were guests Sunday at Roy Chrischilles's, Fenton. Mrs. Celia Scott was a medical patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, the first of the week. The Glenn Grouses, Humboldt, and Mrs. C-. M. Gross were guests Sunday of Mrs. Art Leason. Mrs. Gordon Giddings, Benton City, Wash., came Jan. 29 for a visit with the Wm. Giddings, Mrs. Garner and Mrs. Fischer. Mrs. C. M. Gross and the Harold Groses, Whittemore, returned Jan. 29 from a three weeks vacation. They visited the Richard Gross, Donald Gross and Dwight Gross families in Phoenix, Ariz. In Los Angeles, Mrs. C. M. Gross visited Mrs. Stella Pond, a sister-in-law, and the Harold Grosses visited an aunt there. They visited the Wayne Grosses in Lincoln, Neb. At Indianola they stopped at Duane Gross's. When they reached home they were surprised o hear of the number of fun- rals in Burt while they were gone. Supt. Bruce Cranston attend- d a superintendent's meeting 'eb. 2 in Algona. The Burt high school band went to Lincoln Central school fan. 31 to the State Line con- erence. There was a band concert in the evening with the lix schools taking part. Guests Jan. 30 at Ronald Jurgen's home were the C. A. Jurgens, Ledyard. Thursday the Art Codys, Cylinder, were guests at the Jurgens home. Friday ;he Codys started on a trip to Phoenix, Ariz., to visit relatives, the way they stopped at Atlantic to visit. Julia Warne, mother of Mrs. 3has. Curtis, returned last week after several days at St. Ann hospital, Algona. U & I Circle will meet Feb. 8 at the Cunningham Tea Room. Committees for the Crippled Children fund drive met Mon- Ted Uftderberg arid Mrs. fteii- ry Anderson. The Ted Under- bergs, Mrs. Anderson and Oscar Olson, Duncombe, brought Andy home for his birthday Jan. 29. Other guests were the Melvin Olsons and Olaf Olsons. Friday Andy had neighbors for afternoon coffee. Kathleen Williams and Melody Hanson have returned to Cedar Falls after semester break at the Oscar Williams and Royal Hansons. The David Engels and Olaf Olsons were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bulah Adams, Ottosen. Steve Williams, employed at John Deere in Moline, went by plane to Indiana Monday for special training in painting. Linda Hankins returned to Mankato Commercial college Sunday after the weekend with her parents, the Warren Hank- work. The theme is transportation. Those who received awards were:- Bobcat pins to Gregory Koepke, Neal Giddings, Mike Cranston, Jerry Lane. Ronald r "Paimkuk, Danny Stud er, Daryl Spear. Silver arrows to Allen, Jurgens and . David Hanson. Bear;,, badge to Duane. Spear. ^Biee' state ' id J 't>avict Devine, David Hanson, Jim Doege, Pat Bradley, Allen Jurgens and Duane _Spear. The Executive Board' meets Jan. 31 to plan the Blue and Gold banquet which' 4 will, be held the last of February. A camp out also planned .for Feb. 25 depending on the weather. day at the Cunningham Cafe. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson BAKE' SALE SUCCESS In spite of the storm Jan. 29 the bake sale was a success. The WSCS;has 54 IDS. of hospital material ready to send to Africa and Korea, and 2,000 cancelled stamps to send to Seattle;'Wash'. 1 SUPPER IS DATED The Merry Mixers club will serve a chili and vegetable soup supper, with pie and drink, at the Burt Methodist church starting at 5 p.m. Feb. 9. Adults 75c, children 50c. Frances McDonald, student at Morningside, came Thursday for several days visit. Myrtle Hanna ; Sioux City, was a guest at the Everett Hanna home Fri day to 'Sunday. Frances return ed to Sioux City Sunday with Seaman : John T: Olson left rom the Mason City airport Monday morning to begin ac- ive duty in the Naval Reserves, ie .enlisted in Moline, III. June L964, and transferred to the klason City Reserve Unit in fuly 1965. John, son of the Orren Olsons, has been assigned to Class "A", fire control technician school, in Bainbridge, Md. Richard Olson returned to Davenport Sunday, where he is a junior in the Palmer college of chiropractic, after spending ;he weekend with his parents, the Orren Olsons. The Guy Olsons, Mon moth, 111., were recent visitors at Thor Olson's. Norman Rolland is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Pearl Barber spent Tuesday night at her son Bob Barber's, LuVerne. Wednesday Mrs. Barber anp! Bob Barber went to Wesley to attend funeral services for Mrs. Jim Walker. Mr. Walker is Mrs. Barber's nephew. Andy Olson returned Thursday after several days in Ft. Dodge visiting his sisters, Mrs. ins. Mary Miller, student nurse at Des Moines Methodist hospital, spent the weekend at the parental Leonard Miller's. Sunday guests at Lyle Siefken's were the Don Aliens, brother of Mrs. Siefken, and her mother, Mrs. Grace Allen, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Viola Thompson had neighbors at her home Friday evening for Mrs. Shirley Siefken and Mrs. Tim Rolland. There was a "style show" with guests modeling hats and costumes of the past. Herbert Kinseth, former Bode resident, is a surgical patient at Ft. Dodge Mercy hospital. Carl Pederson, formerly of Bode, is in serious condition in a hospital in Minneapolis. The new front entrance to the St. Olaf Lutheran church was dedicated in morning services Sunday by the Rev. Norman V. Johnson. Mrs. Burton Rood had guests for her birthday Jan. 26 for afternoon coffee. The Ronald Olsons and Mary Lou were Sunday guests of the Roods. The Walter Bakkens and Mrs. rlilda Enger visited the Larry Lennings Saturday, Humboldt, ,o see the Lennings new daughter, Brenda Sue. Larry Halsrud returned to /edar Falls Sunday where he is a senior, majoring in math. The Ralph Dasens, Sanborn, were recent visitors with relatives in Bode. RUBBER TREE — Mrs. Frances Nollen of Defiance has a rubber tree which has grown to a height of nine feet and is still growing! She received it as a gift four years ago and now has •a: '.Brobjeni "of where '/to r keep "it, Dianna Rentz, given bridal shower, Fenton Penton — A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Wed nesday evening for Dianna Rentz, bride to be of Duane Hannover, at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. Inez Hannover had the guest book. Mrs. Larry Ramus presided. Hymns were sung by the group, and reading and musical selections by individuals. Hear future sisters-in-law, IVtrsi Larry Ramus and Inez Hannover, and her sister Susan helped open gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Don Frideres, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Delbert Geitzenauer, Larry Ramus, Hilbert Bierstedt, Dale Hannover, Inez Hannover, James Bierstedt, Louie Wehrspann, Lucille Frink, Fred Frink, Ervin Ruhnke, Lennie Pompe, Robert Wegener, Lucinda Bierstedt, Bill Hannover, Ed Tietz, Ed Bruhn, Ervin Bruhn, Alfred Bruhn and Henry Bruhn. They will be married at the First Presbyterian church of Algona Sunday, February 13. Friday callers at Lena Bleckwenn's were the Gary Bleck- wenns, Estherville. They were returning from Iowa City where he enrolled in the university. He recently graduated from the Estherville Junior College. Sunday guests of MM. Lena Sleek- wenn were the Fred Prinks. The Duane Dreyers, Hunv boldt, and Mrs. Ida Dreyer Were weekend guests of the Roger Dreyers, Sioux City. The Clarence Wegeners and Adolf Hansens were Sunday guests of the Gerald Halversons. The Fenton 47 club met Wednesday at Mrs. Jack Tieman's with thirteen members present. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was a guest. ALCW of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday with Mrs. Theodore Naig, Mrs. Chris Christenson, and Mrs, Robert Huscamp as hostesses. Mrs. Arnold Naig had the lesson on festivals and seasons of the Christian year. Pastor Johnson led Bible study. «e»e»ee»e»»«e«»eeeeeeeee Mtnhtlitown Wednesday to . Tht DtftftM Jewem, Oerma- ny, And Neal Jensen, Newark, Dela. are visiting their parents, the Nels Jensens. Donald and his wife will be home until February 15. A ilWe study clait **• held Sunday evening in the Methodist parsonage with 16 beginning the study of Acts. The classes will continue for two more Sunday evenings. TIM Dtlmar BlinkenhTgent, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests of her mother, the Adolph Koesters. Sunday afternoon they visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lu Verne Ftrn Bigings The Ntlt Jensens hid • family dinner Sunday for the Don aid Jensens, Germany, Nea Jensen, Newark, Dela., the Or vin Havelands, Kanawha, Ed win Vorlands, Clear Lake am Melvin Higgans, Boone Valley. The Olaf Klevelands, Geld- field, were Sunday guests their daughter, the Richan Gronbachs. The Wayne Sanfords attended a Lennox dealers meeting at Martha Schneider. Mr*. Bryan Stewart and Lyle Shelton attended a meeting Friday for the Cancer Crusade kick-off at Charlie's Supper club, Algona. There were 14 counties represented. Iowa GH| Ahmni date The alumni of the University of Iowa will sponsor a dinner- concert meeting at the Hanford Hotel, Mason City. Thursday, Feb. 17. at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Duane Spfiestersbach, dean of the grt- sing after dinner. Alleft Bode, son of the Floyd Bodes, Algona, is still with the group. They gave a concert in Algona last spring. 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