Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
Page 12
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4-ALOOWA (Itwi) AOVANCt . THUMOAV, MAY $, -.- .': . far tdml board •Itelri, Wnt B*ri Wttt iond — One new member wfis elected to the West Bend Community school board in a special election last Tuesday. Directors for three-year terms were H. P. Mertz, John O. Montag and W. Richard Brown. Two men were elected to serve until the second regular election — Ralph Strnthers and Louis Henrikson. Directors elected to serve until the next regular school election are Verner Wirtz and Ronald Meyer. Six of the seven elected were incumbents. Printing? AHVANCR* Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch n • MINNEAPOLIS "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool i Conveniently located to •hop* and airpprt BOBLEVARD CONBRESS MOTEL : • 5637 lyndait Avt., Sd. , MinntaDOlis, Minntsota On U. S. Hwys. 95 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 Phon. 612 TA 5-44*1 group vitits taton 1 ' -•:•--•- ' fe area dairies •••' Ponton — An Emmetsburg Community school bus was recently seen in the local area, April 26. There were 60 fourth grade students, tiieir teachers, Mrs. Lollta Schmidt, Mrs. Marvel Davis, and Janean Zwiefel, and their bus driver, Jerry Stevens, visited several area dairy industries. These industries coincided with a recently studied unit, "The Dairy States'* in social studies. Visited were the Tri-County Drying plant at Whittemore, the Consolidated Co-op. Creameries at Whittemore and Lone Rock, the Lotts Creek cheese factory, and the Hilbert Bierstedt dairy farm near Fenton. ; ; The students were impressed by the huge modern machinery and methods. The hospitality of, the employees at each plant Was enhanced by the liberal treats given the children. The stud- ;nts noted the job opportuni- ;l6s created in the communities by these industries. The teachers appreciated the way each guide and employee took time with the students and answered their questions. daf Fills, tti« wife, Colleen, Is a student at State College and will go to New Jersey to joiti her husband in June. Me leaves May 6 for Fort Mammoth, N.J., there he will receive 6 months schooling in automatic data processing. Last Sunday a Weg< enter dinner was held at Vans Cafe in Algona. Attending were the Robert Wegerters and Robert Jr., O. J. Bensens, Minneapolis, Pvt. and Mrs. David Wegener, the Merlyn Wegeners, Spencer, Dale Wegeners, Em- metsbUrg, Norman Wegeners, Graettingcr, and Richard Math- esons, Bode. Confirmation services were held at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville Sunday for Colleen Frink, Lytinette John son, Linda Wegener and George Bolte. Lois Voigt, Verna Lovejoy, Mabel Mortensen, Dorothy Laabs and Doris Eldridge, recently attended the officers training day at Swea City. .THE NORTHEAST Deanery of Sioux City Diocesan Council of Cathulic Women held its spring meeting at West Bend's St.-Peter-&. Paul's hall last Thursday, April 28 and the Advance cameraman was on hand to. record some of the dignitaries present. ^...'••^••J •"•;. ••-.' •.. ..' •-. , '• .•.•./,:<•;.". v' Above picture: left to right, Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Wesley, newly elected treasurer; Mrs. Edmund Elbert, Whittemore, vice president; Mrs. Ervin Ulses, Hurt, president; and Mrs; Jde ; : Goppa, Emmetsburg, newly elected secretary. . ,;V', Picture below shows Mrs. Henry Hodapp, Milford, Diocesan Spiritual Development chairman; Miss Caroline Kriege, Sioux City, Con-fraternity Christian Doctrine chairman; J. Des- montCrotty, lawyer of Pocahontas; and Mrs. Ulses. . Vletpr Flteh Fenton group 1 Mr, :and, Mrs. Howard Sparks visited in ' tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz, near Wesley, Thursday evening. |Mr. and- Mrl- John Jennings. j| Sextpn visited in the Jake* SiniUi home a:week -ago Sunday. •i' Mr .•'•and' Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Douglas and Lisa were Wednesday evening visitors in the Richard Bristow home at LuVer- ne. They saw the Bristow's new granddaughter, little Miss Tra^cy Ann, two week old 'daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Larry Day. Mrs.'> Day. is- the former Beverly Bristow. Mr. Day is attending Beauty ..School: at Cedar Rapids. Mrs; Gertie McColmon, Mrs. Victor i Fitch and Judy visited Mrs\, Lawrence Govern Thursday Tafternoon, Mrs, Govern spent three days in the Britt hospital with pneumonia. She Will be confined to her home for another week or so, but is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf visited Thursday evening in the Dwight Ruse home. .Mrs. Victor Fitch spent Tuesday afternoon with her father, George Hix of Dpan. Mr. Hix has not been feeling very well the past few weeks. "It's not the things we- do but the things ,we don't get done that makes; us tired". HOME ON FURLOUGH Pyt. David Wegener, of the- Army Security Agency, has be- 1 en home on a two-week furlough after having .completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is the son of the Robert Wegeners, Whittemore. He also .visited his wife and other friends .and relatives at Ce- Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Ervin Sch- meUng, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, tfrs. Ervin Gremmels, Mrs. James Bierstedt, Mrs, Harlan limers and Mrs. Norman Bollinger, • '' J - . ' ' OIV6N HOUSEWARMINO The Roger Frinks were sur- )rised with a housewatming Friday evening. The group of ;he Dennis Frinks, EstherVillej L^arry Ramuses, Lone Rock, Jerry Langermans, James Meyers, Stan Berklands, Kenneth Krau- ses, Donald Hainzingers, Bernie (Cramers and Norman Boiling* ers gave, the Frinks a purse of money and brought along the lunch. ATTEND RALLY 'The Lutheran Women's Missionary League' Spring Rally, Algona Zone was held at Swea City April 27 with 157 registering. Attending from St. John's, Fenton were Mrs. Ruth Waite, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Harold Elmers Mrs. William Elmers, Mrs. Ervin Borchafdt, Mrs. Clarence Weg finer, Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mrs. Lena Luedtke, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mrs. F. F Mueller. Attending from St Luke's, Fairville were Mrs. EC Bruhn, Mrs. William Bruhn Mrs. Ervin Bruhn, Mrs. Pau Voigt, Mrs. Walter Pertl, Mrs Anna Bleckwenn, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, Mrs. Kenneth John son, Mrs. Gene Wegener, Mrs David Berkland, Mrs. Arnolc Hantelman, Mrs. Freda Seims JUNIOR BAND CONCERT Sentral Music Mothers will meet May 9 at 8 p.m. at the Sentral School. The Junior high band will give a concert. This is the .only appearance the band makes during the year so Music Mothers are urged to attend. Reports were given by Zone Membership chairman, Wilbur Roeber, Whittemore, and by Zone Lutheran Hour chairman, Mr. Koester. A rewriting in the constitution was accepted by the group. Election of officers was held as follows: vice, Ronald Meyer, West Bend, and treasurer, Wilbur Ruhnke, Algona. The program was by Skip and Marion Westphal of Manson. It featured slides and recordings made by 56 American couples who traveled to Korea to arrange for the adoption of 87 Korean orphans. The Westphals had their two adopted children along to assist with the program. Rev. Couch, Whittemore, installed the new officers. Twenty-nine from Fenton attended. Sunday guests of the Delond Boltes for George's confirmation were the Charles Waltons, Ames, Donald ••—-w» Mi .Ti—5 Rock, Arnold Laatow, Wtl/red Laabses; Mrs. f MtfUii Liate Mrs, Fred MottetlMn and K* thy, Mrs. Marie I Fenton, and the M, _.. Cylinder, Callers were -^~ Bliss, the Bill Boettchers, Lone Rock; Cliff Haases, Algoni, and Mrs. Winston Kerber, Gerald and Tim. ..... -.., Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Ervin Frink's for Cclteen'* <»ft- firmatidn Were the G. A. Witt* kopfs, Algona, Loren Harrises, Des Moines, Art BleckwennS, Emmetsburg, Lyle Jensens, Ringsted, Diane Frink, Des Moines, the Elmer Grienerts, Robert BleckwennS, Norbert Zumach, Whittemore; Barbara Schneider, Betsy Drew and Christie Thompson; all Cylinder, and callers were the Rev. and Mrs. Bliss. Sunday guests at Gene Wegener's for Linda's confirmation were the Karrie Schaffers, August Schaffers and Roger Schaffer, West Bend, the Lloyd Ztn- nels, Emmetsburg, Eileen Graham, Fairmont, Diane Luedtke and the Dr. J. T. Wattes. Sunday guests at Kenneth Johnson's for Lynnette's confir matidn were the E. K. Johnsons, Forest Hannifans, Knoxville, Dixon Zanders, Walnut, Calvin Vaudts, Mrs. Kate Weg- , hardts, James Krewin*, Wh4t- twiww, M*ytiard kt*eit* Went B«nd, Diana, Robert and ••••« *«•••*•••••*••••••• SERVICEMEN o.oooii.oo0oo'oooooooooooooo MIYM U. 1 Army, Oof many (AHT NC) — Pvt. Leroy J, Meyer, son of the Frank R. Meyers, Fenton, took put in exercise "Stg Charlie*;*' a one-week signal field maneuver in Germany that ended April 23. The exercise was designed to enhance communication* through use under actual field conditions. Meyer, a lineman, entered the Army in May 1965 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He waft graduated from St. John'* high school in 1962. Tho Gordon Hoinkoli, Columbus, Mi**., came Sunday for a furlough visiting hi* parents, the Qtarles Heinkels. Jack Guy, brother-in-law of Gordon, flew his Cessna plane to bring them --' •' " ' 1 1 1 1 1 MM II II H 1 1 1 I 1 1 ''' IS NO^V ' bPEN FOR APppNTMENTS atluVerne Fvnton The Fall Rally of the Lutheran, Layman's League was 1 held-at' LuVerne •- Sunday with a banquet at 6:30. Opening devotions were held by . Rev. Miller, LuVerne. ; Zone President James Meyer, Fenton; pro- Dr. Bunge, district representative, welcomed Lotts C;reek which became a member b'jfrthe LLL this year. There -was 'a'^record crowd of 230., Tickets for the district convention banquet to be held at the Walther League Camp were distributed. PROGRAM DATED Annette Green; Becky Orwig, Becky Ban wart and Ersel An- linker are going to return',.. to the Fenton Methodist church to give the 'program on • Mexico which was halted the night of the Mother-Daughter banquet because of the storm. They will be there May 20 at 8 p^m. Anyone who had tickets to the banquet is welcome. Women of .the church will bring a light lunch to be served afterwards.. $147.80 FOR CANCER ! Mrs, George Jorgensen, city chairman for the recent Cancer Drive, reported a total of $147. 80 collected. Volunteer workers were Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs, Curtis Lura, Mrs. Shirley Zu mach, Mrs. Merle Voigt, • Mi's. Robert Mitchell and Mrs. Fred Mortensen. GETS STUDY GRANT Robert Crouch, English teacher at Ida Grove, has been awarded a national foundation grant for study at Ames for six weeks this summer. He is a 1958 graduate of Sentral, son of the Earl Crouches, Fenton. His wife is the former Lois Wilson, Storm Lake. Do you know what month thia.i»? O MAY 13 NATION*!, TAVIRN MONTH This is National Tavern Month—the fcme when America's brewers pay special tribute to the friendly folk who serve the friendly brew. So •why i»ot stop by your favorite tavern, enjoy jthe grefct refreshing flavor of a nice cool beer, an4 mention casually to the tavern-keeper that ypu're glad he's there. We are, UNITED STATf S IRIW|BS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 169, OSCEOU, IOWA 112 N. Theringten > ' '^ ' • Algona,- Iowa Mil 1 1 11 » ! 1 1 1 1 ritli II tl I III llill 1 1 1 II 1 1 II llllii MAKE THE SAVE OF THE <.» t Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske left Sunday for state meeting of the Iowa Dental Society at Des Moines. 'Sunday guests of the Norman Bellingers .were the Kenneth Bellingers, Arnold Hanteiuians, Gene Tiefeses and Michael, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, and the Wayne Bellingers for Debra Bellinger's sixth birthday. The S. E. Straleys returned recently from.an extended winter vacation in Uie.CoUth. Sunday guests of the Walter Krauses were Mrs. L&WS Pergande and family, Stanhope, and afternoon callers were the AJ Bloanquists, Rochester, Minn., Loren Millers, Fairmont, Howard Krauses, Lone Rock, Larry Buschers, Algona, and Ei- dpn Ilantelnians. It was for birthdays of two Pergande cjui- dren and Mrs. Walter You're ahead all the way! Now's the time to trade for one of our Ford "bonus babies"! Specially equipped models at specially low prices! Ford or Fair lane hardtops, convertibles, Ford Ranch Wagons, 2-waydoorgatel Pleated all-vinyl trim I Fairlanti; "ipinnaMypa" whMl wvtnf pig Fords: styled iteel wheel covers! BUY TOUAY-BE AHEAD ALL THE WAY! TAYLOR MOTOR CO. iAST STAT? STiiiT IQWA ,1

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