Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1966 · Page 4
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picnic held in Calif ornia April 17 ' Bancroft — The Bancroft pie- flie' was held at Santa Anita Pdrk in California on Sunday, April 17. , Not all of the persons ; who attended are listed .but, a .pai*- tkl,list includes the following: Present Bancroft residents, vacationing in California, Mr; and Mrs. Henry Menke and Mr* and Mrs. Richard Chipma'n and JiffiHiy attended; also Mr. and Mi%. Frank Menke of Leisure World in Seal Beach; Calif., Mr. Mrs, Bob McCarthy and fa- , Mr. and Mrs- Vicerit Me hy, and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Jim'Coyne and family, Mr. and ' Mfi Dennis Schilte and family, •ran Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Chindlund and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Gilmore and daugh- ttr, Mr. arid Mrs. Joe WilSott •' and tw6: softs: a nephew 61 Mrs. ^ (SHrille Anderegg, Mr. arid Mrs, . HarleyiHoeck arid four children, who are f6riher : ; Lone Rock residents; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biker and family and Mrs. Edna Balker, formerly of Des Moines, ,who are friends of the Clay Gilmores and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fire and Randy, also friends. 4-H News ; U-GO-I-GO uf ,U-Go-I-Go met May 4 at Debbie Missal's with Charlotte Lemkee, corhostess. The pledge of allegiance was led by Jean Abbott. • Intermediate and Junior camp delegates were selected. Plans were made for the Mother's Tea. The 4-H pledge was ted by Debbie Missal. Illustrated talks were by Phyllis Penticost, Debra Seawick and Cynthia Winter. Demontrations were by Jean Abbott and Charlotte Lemkee. Guest was Mrs. Lemkeer April 30 'the U-Go-I-Go 1 4-H club took 'May baskets to residents of the county home. Reporter is Debra Bulten. EX-ALGONAN TO GRADUATE Linda Thilges, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Thilges, " Charles City, announce the coining graduation of their daughter from the Charles City high school May 31. For the jiast year, Linda has been employed at the nurses office in the school as a full time secretary. Following her graduation she will attend school in Kansas City, Mo., Automation Machine Train* ing Center, Inc. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, Lyle S. Steele of Algona. , $ ' Stat* Award — Robert Downey, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Downey, Preston, won the 1966 Ability Writing Contest. Robert received a round trip to Washington, D.C., a $100 U.S. Savings Bond and certificate. The 'contest is sponsored by the Iowa Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. The Algona Country Club was^the Scene of the annual Beta Sigma Phi SpriHg bintter- paiice Saturday night. The pro;gram included the presentation of the-Gifl of the Year Award by, each of the two local, chapters'. ReCipierit of the horior foi the Zeta 'Xi chapter was Marcia Nelson. Xi Xi chapter's Girl of the Year 1 was Helen Schlievert. Irma p'ee.Cook was toastriiistress for the evening. Corrine Shimel iBng "Crown, Every Moment," the winning 'song written by a niembW'of Beta Sigma Phi fbr the sorority's national contest. Dance music was provided by Ted Herbst's band; - j. ALGONA HOST The Industrial Arts department of the Algona high school will again host the Area II In dustrial Arts Fair in the local high school gym. The fair will be held May 9, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. and -the' public is invited to attend. FIRST AID DEMO " Mrs. Robert Kollasch will give a first 'aid demonstration today (Monday) to the Lucia Wallace Brownie troop. There are 14 girls in the troop. »»»«»•»»»» Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Howard Minis of St. Cloud, Minn, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Nims. •- , •;..;. ' Ben Katuin and Duarie of Fairmont, -Minn, were Friday .overnight guests ,at the W. G. Erdman home. . Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lutz and family arid Miss. Paula'Lutz of Decorah spent the Weekend with their '• parents, . Pastor ; arid Mrs. Pa,ul Lutz. Mr. arid Mrs. C. W. Woodbury of Hampton spent Sunday with Mrs, Iriga Woodbury. .Mrs. ..Beverly Stephens of Des Moines, Mrs. Laura Cox arid Mrs. .William Schroder of.Aus- tin, Minn, and Mrs. Art Kraft and Janice of Renwick visited Saturday with Mrs. Addie Hamm. '' ; • Mary Will of Mankato, Minn., Mick .Will of JWaverly, and Barbara Ruprick of Forest City spent the, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. 'Mr,, arid Mrs. Paul Gray of LeMars visited Wednesday with his father, George Gray. Mrs, Edna Reese of Marshalltown soent the weekend with Mrs. Esther Kouba and Mrs. Lucille 1 Johnson. Mrs. Winnie Brown, who had ,been visiting here, returned home with her. \^\3*&f*fa&$ 4-AL60NA (lewa) MONDAY/ MAY 9, committees for Burt selected BOr* — The Legion and Auxiliary met May 3 in Burt Legion Hall. Hostesses were Lii- 6lla McWhorter arid t)orbthy Becker- Members will clean the Lagion Hair May 19. Plans we' re made for Memorial Day and coriimittees named are: Elva Boettcher,, progratn, Legion to contact band and get a speaker;. Poppy committee, Marie Bahnson and Elsie Lockwood Winter; Poppy window, Leona Lacy and Grace Trenary; FloW- er committee, Beth Miller, Leona Lacy and Gladys Hawcott; Nominating committee, Dorine Pettis and Helen Wermers to report at June meetirig.Mem.bers were reminded io display flags Memorial day and Flag day. The committee to serve Lions club May 16 is Beth Miller, Theda Christensen, Leona Lacy and Elva Boettcher. Side-band your CORN with High Phosphorus AMMO-PHOS made only The water soluble phosphorus combined with gmmonia nitrogen in AMMQ-PHQS fertijizers^-* placed properly— giv^ young cor» p.Jants eyery Advantage for EAIIY IIATUUTir t NiSMU QUALITY t MICHES! YICIOJ SEE US NOW FOR THE QRAPE OF AMMQ-PHOS TO FIT YOU! NEEDS Algona Flour & Feed n vm-vm W« ul.kU V* W«l..il '•"•''•A<Uiuii. •Itluu \ South Phillip* Street TQtm ALGONA AOJ5NT HAVE SHIP DINNER The Richard Chipmans, Bancroft, returned from a two week trip to Palm Springs, Calif. He had qualified fora president club i three day school of instruction at I^alm Springs. Etn( route they met the U.S-S. Mon- trpse in San Diego as it docked with Lt. David Chipman aboard. David is the son of the Myron Chipmans, Ames. He was/assigned as an officer on the Montrose after his commission into the navy. He, has spent, seven months on the water transporting troops to Viet Nam arid patrolling the shores of Viet Nam. His 2 years of enlistment will be up July 1. The Richard Chipmans had dinner on the ship with the officers. They also visited Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm and attended a picnic of lowans there. HONOR MEETING HELD A special meeting honoririg the honorary members of the W.S.C.S. .was May 3 at Burt Methodist church. Honored were Lottie Isenberger, Elizabeth Kennedy, Etta Holdren, Edith Ohipman, ;Mayme 3 Fitch, ;Mabel CampneyT' 'PearV 3 Dutton;" ^la' Sigsbee,, Cora O'Keefe. Olarq Marlow and Emma Manus could not attend! A meraorial was read by Mary Jean Andrews for Nellie Clark and Grace Bristoyv. A program "Praying Hands" was given by Beth Miller, Mary Sarchet, Louise McFarland and Phyllis Wiener. A solo Was sung by Beth Da vies accompanied by Mrs. Dayies. Hostesses were Marion Westling, Benita Mitchell, Stella Geesman, Genaveve Spry, Karen Davies, Jessie Rash and Frances Sarchet. OFFICERS NAMED New officers elected for the coming year in Burt Band Mothers Club are president, Betty Miller; vice, Virginia Becker; sec., Grace Acfcermian; tlreas,, Ruth Patterson, and the etecu- live board, Mafge Person and Eleanor Sterizel. , ; ;, DATE BIBLE SCHOOL Plans have been made tor Vacation church school at BUrt Methodist church June 6 to 10, 8:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. each day. There will be classes for boys*and girls who will start kindergarten next fall and al- s6 through grade 6. This will be cooperative With Good Hope church as in' the past three years. An organization meeting was held at Fort Dodge to form the board of the area Community Colle'ge vocational school. The board members are made up Of representatives of eight counties surrounding the Fort Dodge area. The board is charged with setting up a two year college 'to serve' this sector of the state/Residents of fciirt will-be interested in knowing that M. C. Bowife, Lake City, was elected to a two year 'term. Mr. Bowie headed the Burt school 1935-1940 arid later became a veterinarian and then, a Veterinary equipment manufacturer. Mrs. Lydia Ehgelh'orri, Win-, ;d6m, Minn., and her daughter, Mrs. Ferdinand Wulf, 1 Lake Park; vteite<l;'Mrs. Emma Mantis Monday at the Gertrude Ac- kermari horned-Mrs. Erigelhofn is .the sister of the late Henry Manus. John Lovstad, Gerald Hilton and Gary Reichezigel, Shakopee, Minn., all students at Mankato State, spent the weekend in Burt. ' .- '• : - '-'v:-i ' Officers of the W,S;C.S. will be installed at the worship" se'r-. vice May 15. O.E.S. Past Matrons slub WiU have a 9 o'clock breakfast May 12 at home of Beth Miller's. Senior Skip Days were at Minneapolis and St. Paul May 8 to 10., The operetta Where's Charlie will ba given May 17 directed by Mrs. Larry Coney- Baccalaureate service at Burt school is at 8 p ; m. May 22 with HeV. Bruce C. Calbreath, speaker. , '. ', • .•; Commencement at Biirt school is at 8 p.m. May 24, with Dr. Glenn R. Hawkes, Ames, speaker. V The Ronald Jurgeris family, Burt 1 , and the Kenneth Cbdys, Cylinder, visited Art Cody f or his 64th birthday Wednesday. Mrs. Dick Lavrenz spent Morif- ^A" J^iM^lg^th her sis r ters/' ( • '• •'••.:-. • j i The Frank Ryersons went to Pleasantville Friday to visit the W. B. Officers and spent the weekend at Kent Ryerson's, Norwalk. Dorothea, Mrs. Earl Meier, returned home > Friday from Iowa City where she had been a pa,- tient following surgery a week ago at University hospital. Birthday Circle will meet May 12 with Mrs. Jessie Rash: Mrs. Celia Scott, went to Shenandoah Wednesday for several* weeks at the 1 home of her daughter Noma, the Dr. Eugene Lloyds. •]•••• , The Ray McWhorters went to Colorado Wednesday. They will attend the wedding of Jane Cech at Colorado :Springs, Jane is the daughter of the former THERE IS iriuch cpricern Jay in the danger of using fer tilizers, insecticides and herbicides and the above two pictures "how the precautions taken by it least one plant in the area. , J. D. Andrews, Burt^aii eni- oloyee of the Farm Service Co,, is shown in both pictures with ^afety equipment .required by the firm. It includes gas mask, heavy coveralls, and rubber gloves. . Most experts in the field strongly advise using goggles and rubber gloves at all times' around fertilizers and various sprays. Maxine Schenck, now Mrs. Stan Cecti.'The McWhorters will also visit the Gary Sohericks at Colorado Springs, the Dr; Robert Colletts in Denver and the Lewis McWhorters at ,'Loveland, Colo. , ! i G. H. McMullen attended a bankers meeting in Fort Dodge the first of the week'. : .V£: The Hurt Scout committee met Tuesday at Cunningham Cafe. Camp enrollment at Okoboji was discussed. The summer program of scouting for'Jthe boys was .planned starting ^ith a ^ambbree at Peterson Scout Camp and local outings during the summer. v'V ..Mary Sheridan, Bancroft, is making her home witJft 'Mrs. Helen, Johnson in Burt;'^ Burt Woman's ClU^;had an annual meeting honoring the Senior girls at a 9 aunv. breakfast at Lefie McMullen!s May 7. Advertii* in the Advene* — ; • ' > . ' : PAID circulation! '.A No wonder you can't tell their hands apart! Neither hat had her hands in water washing dishes, Bo.h use an electric dishwasher An electric dishwasher uses water top hpt for your hands,... hg\ enough to sterilize dishes ... make them sparkling clean. Let your favorite appliance dealer explain how ygyr hands can remain young with an electric aishwa^er. Algona Municipal Utilities Bode By MM< R§uiidl M« The Sixth District Rural Mail curlers met at the Twin itiVers high school April 30. This includes 15 counties. A 6:30 dinner was served by the Twin Rivers Band Mothers. Jante Olson returned to Des Moine4 Methodist hospital Tiles- day where she is a senior nurse student, after visiting since Saturday with, her parents, the Ronald Olsons, Sunday guests Were the Arnie Wigans, Kris* ten and Karmen, Hardy. Mrs. Leoria Pflibsen returned Wednesday after being a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital several weeks. Don Bakken has been hired to be the .Bode night marshal after the resignation of Ronald Olson. Mr. Bakken resigned , as Bode school janitor, and Harry Stalzer, livermore, is school janitor. . Linda, daughter of the Warren Hankins, Bode, has completed a ; general 'office; course- at Mankato Commercial College and accepted a position with the Lutheran Brotherhood . Insurance,; Rlinneapolis, in'.-IBM.' She is, a 1065; graduate of Twin Rivers ; hiieh school, The Hankins took their;, daughter to Minneapolis,Sunday. '-, Postmaster and . Mrs. Arlis Kinse'ith. were among the 40 at the 31st annual convention of the Iowa, Chapter of the National Association of Postmasters in Cedar; Rapids April 24-27. They also visited Pastor and Mrs. M. O. Kraabel, former Bode.pastor. THfe Kinseths were, supper guests at Roland. McKay's, Webster City, on their-way home. The Don Roths, Steve, Martha arid David, Charles City visited over ; the weekend at the parental 'Clarence Smith's, The Gordon Olson's Jeffer- soh, were Sunday guests at Olaf Olson's. Sunday the Gordon Olsons visited Mrs. Olson's brother. Merlin Rufer, Fort Dodge, medical patient at Lutheran hospital. The Darrell Johnsons have moved, from the Julia Johnson house to tlm home of the late Mrs. Manda Mitzven which the Johnsons purchased. Mrs. .Royal Hanson spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter .Melody, student at Cedar : Falls for Mothers Day festivities. ,• ..""' A gi-oup from the St. Olaf Lutheran ALCW will attend the Ft. Dodge Conference ALCW Convention at S*; John's Liither- an church, Pomeroy, May 5. Speakers will be Pastor M. Egge, ALCW Director of Church Music and Worship, and Dr. Two Aljonans are elwted by land title group The Iowa Land Title Assn. annual convention totfs held May 1-3 at the town rfotise Motel in Cedar Rapids', and waS attended by.Mri and,Mrs. Al Bu- **-*»*»» v«M* y v» -J, mir »» ••-• • m*r and flue Comply,- AI- j - , ? ' * !t . 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