Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1966 · Page 2
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2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1966 ta City, and the Carol Knowles, Humboldt. The Don Aufes aftd Mrs. Da' vid Bngle, Bode, attended funeral Services at Bancroft . for Mrs. Davis. Ronald Olson has resigned as night town nltfrshall at Bode and is now employed at Chan,t» land Manufacturing Co. in Hum' boldt. The' Gordon Olsons, Jefferson, were Sunday visitors at the parental Olaf Olson's. Brian, a freshman student at Iowa;City is spending Easter Vacation at home. Mrs. Etta Underberg returned Monday from a 21-day trip of Southwestern states on a, bus „ tour. Mrs. Underberg also spent ness of a few daySVand died un- several days visiting her son woman's is at Bancroft - *• ' •..' -'•'•»' Bode ..— The 3*ofkei Aiires were called to Bancroft Saturday ;moi*riing |by the ; death of Mrs, Walter Davis, a sister of Mrsi Au|e. Mrs. Davis Was taken by ambulance to Estherville Friday afternoon after an ill' expectedly at 1:10 a.m. from pneumonia. Services were held Tuesday 'at 2 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Baiv croft with the Rev. Gordon Miller officiating. Soloist was Mrs. Don Aure, Bode, accompanied by Mrs. David Efigfe. Burial was in the Union cemetery at Livermore, Pallbearers were Vearl Reinr ken, Glen McCleish, LJoyd Dix on, Orville Dixon, all Bancroft, Marion Heath, Fort .Dodge, and Ray Roher, Rolfe. : ' BACK PROM EUROPE DianatHoldert, daughter the Sevel Holdens, Bode, ; of has returned "from a six month tour of Europe. She was accompan 1 ied by ?ri Patricia Triebelhorn Denver,. 5 and Julie Lay, Pueblo Colo. >; They have spent consid erable time in Rome, and also visited '.Switzerland, . Austria Germany, Holland, Belgium France and England. Among the highlights of the trip was skiing in St. Moretz; Switzer land; where they were guests of the Eickholzer family. Ano ther favorite spot was Pari with its .famous museums am sights/In Rome they had a ; audience;with^Pppe Paul VI an were also able to attend the closing session of the Ecumenical Council at St. Peter's Basilica Dec. 7. They visited. in Bode at Sevel Hplden's a few days, before returning to Colorado. CAPE OPEN HOUSE The Imperial Cafe, owned and operated by the - Marvin •eorge in Santa Monica, Calif. The Ronald Olsons, Mrs. Ar nie Wigans, Kristen and Kar nert, Hardy, spent several days ast week visiting Mrs. Olson's ister, the Harry Curriers, Davenport. They visited Mr. Wigans in the Veterans hospital in owa City, where he had gone for a checkup. Mr. Wigans re- urned with his family and the Olsons Friday evening. They also visited Jane Olson at Meth odist Hospital in Des Moines. Jerry Kropf,, daughter of the Vlarvin, Kropfs;,' student nurse n Chicago, spent the weekenc in BOde. The Donald Sorleins, Minne apolis, spent the weekend a the parental Magnus Sorlein's. Twin Rivers school Easter va cation; will be from Friday unti Tuesday, April 1 12. Memorial gifts to the St. Ola Lutheran; church recently are second rug in the new entrance Banquet held at LuVerne for anniversaries LuVerne ->— the anniversary banquet was held Thursday at he LuVerne Methcxlist church ponsored by.the W.S.C.S. with 00 attending, Serving was the fouth fellowship.. The themie was "Happiness is not a Destination but a Daily Way of Travel." Greetings we^ re by Mrs. Allyn Brink. The program was Halo for Husbands, Mrs. Raymond Leger; Accentuating affection, fifty mond Legler; Pretty Pairs, Mrs. Harold Wolf; Perform, Mrs. Ben Heflty, Allen Blake, LeRoy We jer; Inspirational Ideas, Mrs. James Mallory; Nocturnal Notes; Enchanting Enlightenment; Sweethearts Sing, Mrs. Dale Zentner; Say Good-bye. NAME GIRL STATER The Auxiliary Unit met in the town hall Monday with 16 present and, one Junior member, Gretchen Zentner. Hostess were Mrs: Lucinda Stone ant Mrs. L. B. Shetton. Mrs. Owen Curry presided. A .bake goods sale and rummage sale» was., voted to be held April 23; More publicity will follow. Gretchen Zentner was chosen to attend Girls State in Cedar Falls, and alternate is Rita Patterson. Program was in charge of Mrs. C* oil Waits and Mrs. Ralph David- Tuesday fof a visit in ; ; Texas and Arkansas and othef South- visit lit efh Stati& Thfcy Will relative* 6t Mr. Stewart ant at Gilmofe City. His* broth' er Conrad is marriied atid'ls with BMtf teleph&te lft\ AttIWi Rich* afd is rtlarHW antf i« with the" Sp-firigfleltt, Mb. They expect to be away two weeks. Mr«. Lent Hint, »on» Herbert and Francis, visited in Bancroft Wednesday with, the daughter the Harley Rushers. Friday they visited iti Fort Dodge with the .daughters, the Cleo Barters and Joe Under bergs. Ronald and Debra Wolf were weekend guests of their grandparents, the George Wolfs, Algona. The Frank Oronbachs vitltad Tuesday at his brother the El* rtter Gronbachs, LiVerritore. Mr jTonbach, who has been a pa tient at a Rochester hospital is now home. Getiferal Telephone Co., in Chi' cago/ Myron- plans ito marry Rebecca Hunsicker, \ Las Vegas, Nev., in that city Easter Sunday. He is with •• Beli Telephone. Beatta, still single works for Bell Tetephotife in I>es Mbines, and Marilyn is married and lives in Connecticut.'Roland is in electronics itt the Navy, but plans to go into, accounting, later, st.% Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Irvington By Mac McLean Kropfs, held open urday with 350 house- Sat- registering. Winners; 'were Ted Kinseth, Mrs. Kenneth , , Halsrud', , Lmdla Rippentrpp, Joyce Lerkins, Andy Olispri, Vilas Larson, Goldfield; Pam Curry, Mrs. Allen Olson, A^rs. Stan . ; ^ Anderson, Humboldt; George L Lee, Humboldt; Katherine Pederson, Al- goha; Jennie Lomen, and Mrs. Paul Erpelding. The grand prize was won by Rev. Norman Johnson',: an electric drill, and Mrs. Miles Helman, a Corning ware set:,- A large toy rabbit was won by Barbara Reding, daughter of the Peter Redings. to the .chyrch irt' memory , o: Mrs. Erikka Arne, and a three- volume set of The Encyclopedia of the Lutheran Church in memory of Mrs; Severt Nelson. The John Saathoffs, Mrs. Charles Thatcher, Bode, and Mrs. Duane Saathoff, Ray and Patty, Humboldt, attended confirmation at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Alden Sunday for John Jass, son of the Bill Jasses. The John Saathoffs are grandparents. Sunday guests at Walter Bak- cen's rwere Mrs. Hilda Enger, the Ralph Larsons, Plover, Larry Lennihgs and Brenda Sue, lumboldt, Wilford and Orville lood, the Ted Kinseths, and Maurice Larsons; Mrs ; Bertha Pederson returnr ed Saturday from Lutheran' hospital where she has been a surgical patient. Mrs. Don Kinne is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital. A number of friends and relatives came to Torkel Aure's for lunch following committa rites at the Livermore cemetery Out of town guests included the Paul Knowles, Forest City Ark., and Mrs. Ray Knowles and Mrs. Dorman Shadle, Dako Six named on Greigg force Robert Hamilton, Lakota; Martin Hamilton, Wesley; Richard Shoenhair, Bancroft, and three Algonans, Harry Greenberg, Earl tierley and James Milder, have' been appointed to Congressman Stanley Greigg's task force on small business and commercial development. It is composed of 50 area businessmen, serving as advisors to .Greigg on small business administration and community planning. son. Gretchen Zentner gave a reading. Mrs. Byron . Stewart, Cancer Crusade Chairman, gave a talk. Bingo was played: The Harold Santees, Nora Springs, visited Tuesday morning with his sister the Earl Mannings^. They were enroute to Rockwell City to attend the funeral of Mrs. Santee's uncle. Mrs. Earl Manning was honored Tuesday at Mrs. Richard Hewitt's for her birthday. Guests for cake and coffee were Mrs. Mabel Thompson; Mrs. Bert Thomas, Mrs. Marie Jack son, Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. William' Bigings. Mrs. Dennis Carroll was unable to attend. Paul Lenz, son' of the Roland Lenzes, was confirmed Palm Sunday at the Lutheran church at Corwith. Guests, of t^ie Roland Lenzes were his brothers, the James Lenzes, LuVerne, Warren Lenzes, Corwith ami maternal grandparents, the Fred Lenzes, Blue Earth. The Byran Stewarts left Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Des Moines, arrived Saturday for a week with her sister, Mrs. Hazel Sabin and other relatives here. ] Mr. and Mrs/ Robert Eischen of this area and Mr. and Mrs: Donald Bormann, LuVerne, dro- Ve to Rochester, Minn., Thursday, March 3 1 ! , where they visited Francis Froshlich, who is n Methodist hospital there. Mr. Froehlich underwent major surgery Monday, March 21 and is •eported doing as well as can TO expected at this time, and is able to be up and walk about some in the hall. He has had many visitors from this .area since entering the hospital. Mrs. Marie Frankl arrived home here Sunday night; after spending several days in Mrir neapolis, visiting at the home of her son, the Donald Frankls. Mrs. Pauline Rosenstiel moved from Algona into the Dole house here in Irvington last weekend! Mrs. Rosenstiel is employed at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Roland Scott, youngest son of the Newton Scotts, now of Gilmore City, but formerly Of Irvington, was visiting friends in this area last week Thursday Roland, accompanied by his fiancee from West Bend; is in the Navy Air Corps and is now stationed at San Diego; Calif He is on a 30-day leave but ear ly in. March was stationed in Florence Kristeik, Wichita, Kans. was a guest 1 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David McGuire and sons last week. Mrs. Me Guire and Miss Kristek were roommates while in nurse's training in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson; S.D., spent the weekend' here in the home of the lat- ters parents, Mr. and,Mrs. Har- Drummens. they aiso^have, a strtall son Frank. Mrs. Drumhief »:ertpl8ye^'at m •Fattiefs Coop. elevattit and the family has mm' the fid fcornbler hotise near the Hamilton Hatchery. C.D.A. officers and members have been invited by the Britt court to & buffet luncheon April 18 at 6:30. Members ,who plan to attend should notify a local C.D.Ai officer. The C.D.A. Mother-Daughter banquet will be held in St. Patrick's hall, Britt, April 21 serv ed by Britt Guild, the local of ficers will hav6 charge of the program. Adults, $1.50 and daughters under 12 years, 75c The Bernard Kunkels had the ,500 club Sunday. Prize winners were Joe Goetz, Margaret Pierce, Florence Hildman, Frauds Pierce and Lawrence Fox. Otto Winters tf*h'«»tess. Cliaiiotte Lemke^had the^ledge jiance. i ttoll Cilt was Linda MMtls%|-;M; the,- ustratexl Oharlotte Lemkee and Lee Ann. Schenck; SlierTyiBulten and Oe^ bra Sewick gave a demonstration, Mrs. Lee Schenck was a guest. The club will tour North Iowa Sewinr Center Wter in th« month. Reporter is Debra BUl< teh. UNION ALETHEAN The Union Alethean 4-H club held its annual Fathers |up£er Mffch 26 at Deaii OodM Si Chili served. A|tefWardi games . «Phtn§*t Westing dfls are*. to Wear slacks since thtey ar¥gbui£tb clean the Civic . Mary Lou Nitchals is reporter. OPEN HOUSE Th« Bt"onsoh Building Service' will-have an Open House today (Monday) from 10 a.mi until- e> p.m. with' f re* coffee and cookies. Rid Reding; and Lawrence Fox and their sister, Esther Schroeder, will have the next party. . At St. Joseph's Guild Tuesday, April 19, Father Phillips Will answer questions submitted by parishioners. A box for the questions has been placed in ;he church entry. St. Joseph's Parish is sponsoring a public dance at the Duncan Dance Pavilion April 11. Philippines- and' ' ty in Viet Nam. He expects to be> out of the service nex March. Roland reports that hi parents are still operating < filling station and small restaur Viola Studer Maurice Becker left March 31 or Grant, Mich;, where he is imployed at the Package Sales Co. He had spent a week visit- ng his parents, the Tom Beckers, his sister, the Roger Dou- ghans, Clarion; a sister, Sister iuiseppe, Monticello, another sister, Diane, Mt. St. Francis )ubuque, his twin brother,.Mar in; Irvington, and his grandfa- her Matt Hilbert, Algona. A girl was born Friday, Apri 1 in the Britt hospital to the BUI OAU'S fs no\A/ ydur autherized OUTBOARD MOTORS 4-H News UNION ALETHEANS The Union Aletheans held their annual fathers chili supper last week, in the Dean Dodd's basement. The March meeting was held in the afternoon. Plan:were discussed for Algona 4-H day. 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