Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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aV4k»OMA (lews) APVANCI THUHSDAY. APRIL 8t, 1H4 26 register for'67 for kindergarten ,; Uvermore — A total of 26 youngsters registered for kin dergBiten in the Livermore School for next fall last Thurs- Mr Many Lovely Gifts AT MARCH'S "The Friendly Store" LIVERMORE day. Teacher will be Madelyn Swearingen. There will be 14 girls anti 12 boys. Those who registered were: Amy Eisenbarth, Wendy Foth, Brett Hunderthiark, Carol Nelson, Jeffrey Rutz, Erik Underberg, Helen Zeimet, Susan Baker, Harold Baugous, Laurie Christopher, Rodney Christopher, Daniel Cole man, Susan Gales, Craig Lane, Lori Lempke, Brian McCullough, Paul McKibban, Jeffrey McKibban, Phillip Monson, Stephen Thilges, Joleen Weydert, Kim Bohach, Leisha Dahl, Pamela Benjamin, Deberah Ciaman and Sheryl Ann Bente. BECKER 25TH The following people went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker Friday evening to help them celebrate their 25 wedding anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bormann of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker of Irvington, Mrs. John Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Lairy Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krieps, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loss, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Daughn, and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Youngwirth, all of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth and,Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Rush- Mllllll II111111 ! ••IiniH.|-;l-I|l,|im1t!|| II I I 111 II' '• •,.-'. '• '4 ."' • • • • Dr. J. G. Glapsaddle .. DENTIST ; IS NOW OPEN FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE 295-2244 112 N. Thorington Algoi^ Iowa 111 11 11 11 I I 11 I .H-H-M-H-M M-I-M..1. M ,i,,i,,i,.t, I I I I I I I !••!• NOTICE This is the Larson School of Hairstyling SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. « Monday, June 13 Monday, July 11 ; 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early' Classes, are filling rapidly \ LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLlNG 203'/2 Grand Ave. — Phone 262-5588 ( Spencer, Iowa f! if '"? a*S If you carft the weather Treflan The weatnerprpof soybean weed control Works wet or dry) or, both of.. (3orw4tiif Mr and JfiOpK $*fc Mr- twd' Mrs. fiff'M'Bk 1 ** "• ' and tfuftfe S5» *?*•_, **» Vountfrtrth, low, Mrs. Luke Youfigwirtli and travel; Mrs. _tifeHard McKenna; for th* ugh, high Steven Daughft, low, Merle LOSS, travel Joseph Krieps. Gifts were given to Mr. and Mrs. Becker by their guests and lunch was served. ATTEND RALLY Mrs. Fred Hintz, Mrs. Carl Hanselman, Adoiph Koester, Mrs. Daryl Frederick and Mrs. Elmer Wendt attended the Spring Rally of the Algona Circuit ot the Sunday School Teachers Association Sunday afternoon at the Peace Lutheran church in West Bend. There was election of officers and Wm. Kraft was elected as chairman of the organization, Mrs. Fred Hintz, secretary and treasurer for two years, and Orville Kressin of ixrtts Creek,* program chairman tor 3 years. A delegate and alternate were selected to attend the National Convention in Chicago in July; with Mrs. Ranney Leek of Algona as delegate and Adoiph Koester of LuVerne as alternate. The program was a movie, "Motivating The Class", which was followed by group discussions. ; Supper guests Sunday evening at the. Guy Raney, home were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Raney and John Olson, who told of his recent visit in California with relatives of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were evening visitors. There was a large crowd at the Variety Show presented by the Lions Club at the school Friday evening. The proceeds from the show will go toward their public service program, mainly for the blind. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis went to Klemme Sunday where they attended the confirmation of their granddaughter, Margaret Kay Butler at the Methodist church during the morning services and later were dinner guests in the Butler home. Mrs. Richard Fersfl accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Al Grandgemett of Manilla to Rochester Sunday when Mrs. Grandgeneti took her daughter, Diane, vnho is taking .nurse's training there, back after her Easter vacation at home.- They returned home Monday evening. Visitors in the 'Dean Zeman home for the past two weeks are their, daughter Barbara and husband, the Lloyd Clouds and small son Bennie, who have bsen stationed at Hamilton Air Force base in California and are enroute to Germany where they will be stationed for the next three years, their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zeman and baby daughter Michelle Denise of San Pablo, Calif, and Mrs. Zeman *s mother, Mrs. Mickey Dana of Berkeley, Calif. Before returning to California, Mrs, Ron Zeman and her .mother will spend two weeks in Chicago, their former home. Mrs. Andy Klobnak and Mrs. Miary Karg, both of Chicago, visited in the Henry Groh home last week. Wednesday evening they were all supper guests in the home of Mrs. Molly Groh and also visited other relatives at Klemme and Belmond. They came, to visit Mrs, Klobnak's sistar, Mrs. Lottie Erdmann of Ranwick, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Klobnak is also the sister of Henry Groh. , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson of Davenport, who came to attend funeral services for her brother, Art Ramus at LuVerne on Saturday, spent a couple of days in the home of her twin sister, Mrs. Fred Hintz.. group it Livenwre elects officers Llvtrmww — The following nave been elected as officers in the W.&.C.S. of the Llverthbre Methodist church for the coining year; President, Virginia Raney; Vice President, LaVOniie Benjamin; Secretary, Uiella Joiner; Treasurer, Margaret Foie- man; Missionary Education and Service, Beth Olson; Christian Social Relations and Local Church Activities, Katherine Smith and Beryl Davis; Campus Ministry, Dorothy Vaughn; Program Material, Grace Mackintosh; Spiritual Life, Phyllis Zeman; Supply Work, Evelyn Sjogren; Membership Cultivation, iisther Armstrong; Publicity, Mur ( el Ver Steeg and Lucille Clemens; Card and Gift, Mildred Fredrick. - TEACHES AT BAGLEY Larry Joiner, son of the Dale Joiners, who has been attending Wm. Perm College in Oskaloosa Where he majored in music, signed a contract to teach strumental music at Bagley the coming year. He will the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th ' ' ' ' Kaopeetate* When dependability means a lot,,, When § membir gf yeur Umily n*«dl I prompt ictlnf, ippthlnf tntidU irrhttl. depend 01 thi product fsmlllss like yourf h*v« tr(ist«d for over ;| ye«r$^tEiOP|ct«te, from Vpjohn. Tvyg conviDlint tl{«f In «n- »r«*K«ple ppttlei, 6 f |. 81« ALGQNA has n- lor teach grade HOME ON LEAVE S.N. Phillip anclair, who beea stationed on: the U.S.S. Harry E. Hubbard, completed his sea duty arid home last week on aa 7 leave. He will now be stationed 4-ALOONA (i«wi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 31, 19*6 las slip las was day at Long feeach, Calif. He Is the son of the Allan Sinclairs. ATTEND WIODING Mr. attd Mw. 1 Henry Groh and Mr. and Mrs. Hay Block of Henwick attended tne Wedding of Miss Barbara Long and Chris Johnson in a candlelight service at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, April 16th at the First Lutheran church at Hector, Minn. A family dinner was held Sunday at the t)ean Zeman home loilowing the baptism of their small granddaughter, Michelle Denise Zeman,! during church services at the Methodist chit rch. Those present were Mrs. Rose Cran and Mrs. Bess Braby of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Du ane Saathofi and family of Da kola City, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Foth and family of Cor- wlth, Mr. 'and Mrs. Dick Cran and family of Livermore and Mr. and ivfrs. Andy Cran and family of Rutland. It was the first time the 19 grandchildren and two great grandchildren of Mrs. Rose Cran had all been together at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Erpclding of Oelwein and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frederes were at the Julius Becker home Saturday evening to help the . Beckers celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. This is an annual affair f<or these three couples. Thes Erpeldings were overnight guests and accompanied Mr. and Mrs^Becker to the Richard BalkJ home on Sunday where they were all dinner guest. Friends will be interested to kno^ that Mrs. Nina Notestine, who has been at the Houston Nursing Home in Humboldt for several «ea*g f IB now it the Oakwood Mihof in Cleaf Lake. A ••*••••* mi AAlAlakdMA lAMiAA yrvifp WT nviynwr iwiw went (6 tfte home of Mrs, Mar* thi King one afternoon last wo ek and helped her celebrate net birthday, they brought ca< rds and gilts. A social aiternoon was spent followed by a pot luck iuncn. 1'hoae ptesent were: Mrs, Myrtle Stiltz, Mrs. Ruoy Hoi- ernes, Mrs. Lester Smitn, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann, Mrs. Guy Kaney and Mrs. Harold Frederick. A family dinner was held Sunday at the Dean Zeman home following the baptism of their small granddaughter, Michelle Denise Zemati, during church services at the Methodist church. 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