Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 6
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; ft**>) ; THURSCAY, MAY 12, Mr. and Mr*. Gale Stockwell had as Mothers Day guests ittembars of their family, Mrs. Eilefcti Tollman, Julie Jo and Billy of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. William De Kfuif Sr., John and Chris, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Zimmer and , Corey of Mason City, andsMr. and Mrs. William De Kruif, Jr. and Larry^ of Rockfbrd, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Alden MeAdamt spent Mothers Day at Des Moines with the-son Arlan Banning and family. Others present were Mrs. Mc&dams'; brother and ; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dahlhauser have moved to Fort Dod.- ge. Mrs. Dahlhauser is a* daughter of Mrs. Pete Halsrud. Mrs. Den Hutchison had phone call from her daughter Nancy, Mrs. Norman Newton of St. Helens, Ore. Mothers Day. Mrs. Walter Jensen spent last week traveling in western Iowa with Mr. Jensen which took them to many towns and was an interesting > experience for Mrs. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson were Mothers Day dinner guests of "their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Anderson at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones came front Milford to see the former's mother, Mrs. Bessie Jones, a resident at the Good Samaritan Home. They were supper guests of' Harold's Brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ,and Mrs. Glenn Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Muckey went to Mason City Monday and visited with friends as well as conducting a little business, Mrs. Richard Cook of Mason City spent Mothers Day ; here with;, her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson had their son Melvin Mathson and family of Minneapolis, Minn, as Mothers Day guests. Mrs. Amy Johnson attended ,he funeral services Monday morning at Bancroft for her Sister-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence Jergman. ; Michael Slevin, who is In service, phoned his mother Sunday 'rom Spain to greet her on "Mothers Day." Because of army rules it was the first communication she has had from him, even letters forbidden for a time. "•-. • .--•'. • •' v . •"• Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Huge , of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mr.. William Kelly of Sioux Falls, S.D. and Mr. and Mrs. Jess /Dugan were Mothers Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mr». Willis Colwell and Barbara spent Sunday at Clarion with Mrs. Colwell's mother, Mrs. 0. G. Day. Mrs. Ralph Moe and son Richard went to Osage Saturday evening to see Mrs. Moe's brother 'Albert Davis of New Haven who had suffered a second heart attack and was hospitalized in Osage. The Davis family we re Algonans some time ago. He has 'been manager-owner of a stockyard at New Haven. Mrs. Florence Colwell had as dinner guests Mothers Day Mr. and 1 Mrs. Harold Colwell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell of St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Burcie Davis and Darrell of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, also of Irvington. Jack' Long of Cedar Rapids spent from Monday till Wed nesday here on business. He is the son of the late Abner Long prominent Algona grocer several years ago who moved to Davenport and, later entered Crest View Acres Rest Home after the death of his wife Blanche Long. Jack's sister, Arba- Dee (Mrs. Carson Taylor) and her husband now live at Sitka, Alaska and the other sister Dorris( Mrs, Glee Pitcher) lives at WetisviUe, Pa, » ;' < Mr. tnd Mr*. LiwrMtt K*M and Pamela, and Mr, and Mr*. Lloyd Bohatinon tnd Atih ftpefit last weekend visiting *>vet*1 colleges in towa and Missouri to aid in a decision where the girl will matriculate. Both will b& graduated from high school this spring. Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes and little son Matthew are expected here soon from Glendora, Calif, for a visit with Mrs. Haynes' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Johnson. Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis are expected soon from Hartford, Conn, and will spend the summer with Mrs. Ellis' sister, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. - V ",. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Kramer and family were Mothers Day supper guests of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson. Ann Fechner is again in her apartment at Myrtle Turnbaugh's after a brief hospitali nation at Rochester, Minn, clinic' for a check-upi arid a short time at the Good Samaritan Home until she was able to return home and to her business, the Elite Hat Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuch ynka had as Mothers Day guests their son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Elsbecker of Council Bluffs. The League of Republican Women voters met Tuesday morning with Mrs. Jack lim- baiigh, ,. ; Mrs. Margaret; Hofmaster has purchased the late Mrs. L. A. Copp apartment in which she and her sister, Mrs. Jean Wadsworth and Mrs. Daisy Cook have lived for some time. Various improvements are being made. Mrs., Mary Dole, Ajgona, went to Iowa City Tuesday for a ed checkup after surgery there a year ago April 28. ••'• . : :fc ^ l ]• ..;; . . ' . Officers for Ledyard school groups Ledyard — New officers for the Music v . Boosters are president Mrs. "Joa Ingebritson; vice, Mrs. Orville Bseriken; sec., Mrs. Wilma MacK'nnon; treas., Mrs. Merrill Hageoorn, The 1966-67 officers of the Parent Teacher organization are president Kenneth Reese; vice, Mrs. Lowell Underbakke; sec., Mrs. Edwin Dontje, treas., Mrs. William Bauman. At the PTQ meeting the Spring style show, was giv: en by the Home EC classes and Prompt On-The-Farm Service Keeps Your Equipment On The GO— For quick, dtpindiblt sirvict inytimt HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE 5-3654 "Goodyear Tires" Algona the industrial arts had:, on display. "' ' ' ' Breakfast for i senior girls at Burt is given Burt The Woman's' club St. Joe — 1st Lt. Stanley J. Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, has been released from active duty and has returned after 3 years army service.. The past year he served in Viet Nam-Mth the 173rd Air borne Brigade. He was a St. Joseph's high school graduate and from the university at Ames He came to Des Moines Satur day by plane. Pvt. Richard G. Thul left Thursday for Camp Monmouth, N.J., after a 2 week leave following basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Thul, the former Sheryll Harr, is emr ployed in the Selective Service Office in Algona. The Eugene Thuls, St. Joe, are his parents. The Alvin Kleins went to Ames Sunday to get their son, Stanley Klein, and to visit with another son, Norman Klein, student at Ames. They also visited cousins, the George Hams, Ames. had the senior girls at a nine o'clock breakfast May 7 at Lefie VtcMullen,'8. Decorations Were in Senior colors blue and White. Fruit plate, rolls, coffee and milk were served. Games were in charge Of Lslie, Jean Lockwood and Beth Miller, Bach girl was given a cosmetic case. There was a short business meeting with an annual report..Committees were appointed for the new year. New officers are President, Ethel Dremmel;' vice Vera Bradley; sec., Lillie Fred rickson; treas., Mabelline Lov stad. •.; . . • "*:• ;-W CIRCLES WILL MEET Circles of the W.S.C.S. will meet May 18: Ethel Circle, a afd WeiskeS ealled ffdffi Cre§t< itle, Ohid, arid thfe Juliu* "Stefc- kefS, front Eagle Grove, The feat of the childfeft sent letters of oafds. Mrs. Helen Vogcl left Saturday by plane from Mason City for several weeks with daughter* Eleanor, the Dr. Robert Meivilles, Gaffett Park, Md. Visitors Sunday at Martin Becker's, Algona, Were the Ros* cd© Mawdsleys Jr., George Be& kers and Thces Schakenberg- ers, LuVerne, Guests Sunday at Gary Zwiefel's, Titonka, were Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel, the. Merrill Zwiefells, Cletus Zwiefels, Brian Zwiefels, and Phillip Ssaburgs, Ames. Pa tricia called from Emmetsburg. Fortnightly dub will meet May 13 at Lsfie McMullen's. Mrs. Thecla Christensen was a guest Sunday at Clifford Kra ntz's, Titonka. The Jack McMulieins, Northwood, and the G, H. McMullens met Sunday at Pilot Knob anc aitteihded the vacation sport show at Mason City. T.N.T. Club had a noon lurtc <?lVER0ALE CLUl the Kiverdaife ffiendly Club net May,4,witli Margafet Wey- 'eft, hostess and Mary Casey ssisting, 13 members and two quests were present, Mary Cas- w. Mother of the club was pre* ,ented a plant. The next meet' n£ Will be June 1st With Doris /tiller as hostess. BRIDGE WINNERS The results of the Algona Duplicate Bridge club meeting May 2 were as follows: First, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bareness; second, a tie, Clara Zender and Mrs. H. Gilmore, and Jackie Muller and Helen Laing; third, John Kerber and Lennie Paul, Emmetsburg. The next meeting will be May 16, 7:45 p.m. at the Legion hall. Mrs. Otto Engstrom was hostess to her ;birthday club Wed nesday afternoon. It happened to be her own birthday that The . Paul Erpeldings and. sons, here, and JoAnn Erpelding, Des Moinss, spent Sunday in Dubuque with the daughter and sister, Sister Mary Letitta, at Mt. St. Francis Convent. Sister M. Lotitia, a 1963 Garrigan graduate, will make her home visit in August. They also visited Betty Friders, a niece and cousin; daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Friders, Lu Verne, a postulant at Mt. St. Francis Convent. A short call also was made at Mrs. Kate Hess's, aunt of Mrs. Erpelding. The Jim Larsons, Ankehy, arid JoAnn Erpelding, Des Moines, le'ft Monday. Mrs. Larsen. and son had-spent the week here with her parents, the Joseph Beckers. Mr. Larsen spent the weekend here. Miss Erpelding had spent the weekend with ler parents, the Paul Erpeld- ngs. ; Mrs. Adeline Wagner and Bety, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Don Rig, and Mrs. Don Reding came home Sunday afternoon "rom Colorado Springs, Colo. Jetty, formerly employed in Colorado Springs, started work Monday at Druggist Mutual, Algona, the others spending the Jast week in Colorado. Carol Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Give Your Corn a "BOOSTER SHOT" with AGRI-NITE Anhydrous Ammonia Growing corn has a husky appetite for nitrogen. It needs this important ele< ment to develop plant tissue, particularly the leaf area, if the plant is to produce large amounts of grain. Nitrogen also gives corn its healthy, green, robust color and prevents costly "firing" of leaves. The best way to supply the nitrogen needed by growing corn is with 4 "booster shot" sidedressing of AGRI» NITE anhydrous ammonia, This is 82% nitrogen, and since it is knifed into the soil, it goes right down where the hungry roots can get it. AGRI-NITE anhydrous ammonia is tops for quality •and performance. Apply it yourself, pr we'll apply it for you. We have all the equipment to do the job fight, Cell us today! Profit from the Agriw Qitimmt AGRICO THE NATION'S REAPING FERTILIZER planned pot luck dinner at 12:30 noon at Ethel Smith's. Program by Hazel Teeter; roll call, Joy and special, Stella Geesman and Burnadine Opheim. Inez Circle meets at Cunningham Cafe with hostess Ruby Hinckley. Roll Gall, Path; program, all members. Shirley Circle, 2:15 p.m., at Methodist church, hostesses are Jenny Riebhoff and Irma Doag&. Roll Call, Peter, special, Lillian Heerdt. HOUSES CHANGE HANDS The Donald Tietzes moved to their new home in Algona.The Fred Hiltons will move to this house which has been purchased by the Jess Harms. The Clifford Schraders will move to their house when vacated by th*» Hiltons and will finish building the one they were living in, Clifford has sold the hardware store but will continue with plumbing and heating business. The Bernard Millers moved to the former Verda Kiemitz house which was purchased by the Earl Millers. Mrs. Kienitz visited the Dean Kienitzs and will also visit in Wisconsin and in Mio, Mich. Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf and Mrs. Amelia Polhemus spent Sunday at W. B. Sliipler's, Swea City. Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf visited Thursday to Saturday with her .sisjter Mrs. Leon Layton,, West Union. Attending a Mothers Tea from, this area Thursday were Mary Jean Andrews, Myrtle Zwiefel, Hazel Larson, Elizabeth Kennedy and Mayme Fitch. 1 Jane Barslou and a group of M.Y.F. young folks returned late Saturday from the Seminar in the East. Mrs. Walter Campney left May 9 for Portland, Ore., to attend the Seventh Assembly of W.S.C.S. at the Memorial Coliseum on its 25th anniversary. Weekend guests of Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neoma were the Harold Daubenbergers, Irvington By Mae MeLe«n lunch, Day wfeffe .fhd Lyfe Bdftsetis, Mid ; ,ttay heon May 10 at Ethel Dremmel's for birthdays of Ethel Drem mel, Mary Jean Andrews am Clara Reynolds. Hostesses were Benita Mitchell, Beth Miller Loretta Lichter and Esther Sorenson. The Odey Ciherlands were guests Sunday at Carl Reynold's. The Gary Reynolds called from Los Angeles and the Carroll Reynolds family from Hot Springs, Ark. They also heard from Dennis Hammerstrum, Minneapolis, who will be married later this month. Geneva and Denise Graham, Swea City, spent the weekend with the grandparehts, the 0. H. Grahams. The Donald Mitchells went to Des Moines Saturday and had an appointment Monday at Iowa City with an eye specialist. They returned Tuesday. The operetta, "Where's Charlie?", a musical comedy will be given May 17 at Burt school by music students directed by Mrs. Larry Coney. The Robert Skillings called Saturday at Mrs. Skilling's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz's, Livermore. Mrs. Stiltz left- Sunday from Mason City by plane for GreenBay/ A^is. for the funeral of her ; grandson, Brian, 8, son of the (Win Beardsleys,, Green Bay, who died in a hospital at Madison, -after 'being ill since November. Brian had been in and out Of the hospital several times sincei November. Word was received here by Mrs. Skillirig Monday of the death of her uncle, Harold Stevenson, Sunday night in a nursing home at Britt. Mr. Stevenson was 74, and had been in ill hea- ,th for several months. The'fu- neral was Wednesday at 1:30 at the Boughton Funeral Home. Burial was in the Britt ceme : iery. He is survived by his wife Daisy. " -\ '.';.'• ,; : i . • . ; ' j '•• Marineus Hansen, who has been making his home with the Charles Reapers, was taken to St. Ana hospital Friday evening sSe, . Pertls, Armstrong, and the Geb. Olsens. It was also Lyle Beh* sen?s birtliday. VI Mrs, Harry Ohristensen, who recently spent some time in, the Lutheran ho9pit«l at Fort Dodge, Was able to' return to her home in Htimboldt last week.' \ The Verl Pattersons were Sunday visitors ral Richard Huntley's, Renwick, Bob Boldridge ahd Sonya Baker, DBS Moines, were Mothers Day visitors at Wm. Boldridge's, Algona. Lone Rock Mrs. A. A. Krueger Algona Flour & Feed Phillips f ALGONA was given a birthday party Monday after school for her 9th birthday, with 3rd and 4th grade girls present. She is a 3rd grade student in St. Joseph's, Mrs, Anna Bormann, Alta Vista, spent the weekend here with her daughter, the Raphael Fabers, and with other relatives and friends. The Reinald Salzes, Ottumwa, ,er^ Visitor^,,here Sunday with 'Mts. "Salz's mother, Mrs. Anna Faber, and with other relatives and friends. Fund drive reporte in North Kossulh Ledyard — Mrs. Gilbert De Boer, chairman of the cancer crusade for Ledyard reports $84.25 collected by the volunteer -workers. Assisting Mrs. De Boer were Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Mary Bashara, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje, Mrs. Dennis Wer- inga, Mrs. Ray Sorenson and Mrs. Kenneth Menke, Mrs. Melvin Logemann, chairman for Springfield township, reports that $64 was collected by Mrs. Cecil Pingel, Mrs. Everett Johnson, Mrs. Arden R-unksmeieir, Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mrs. Henry Schaumberg and Mrs. kawrence Brandt. Mrs. Bernard Reilly, who was in charge of the Easter Fund drive has re^ Dorted that $64.25 was sent io from the town of Ledyard and Ledyard township. tteetttitt*e«tee«e*e«eet SERVICEMEN ••teetet«ftetiftffttt**tf CONRAD E. GRAHAM USS Providence (GLG-6) (FH- TNC)-?-Seaman Apprentice Con.•ad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. ind Mrs, Lergy Graham of Al- ?oaa, Iowa, participated in exercise "Gray Ghost" April 12-22- 7ff the coast of Southern CaU- arnia, aboard the guided missile v-ruiser USS Providencf. Des Moines; Beverly Djauben- berger, Iowa City, and the Max Daubenbergers, St. Paul. Sunday guests were the Loel Goods, Boxholm, Mrs. Max Daubenber- ger's parents. . The J. L. Millers visited Mrs. Carl Barth at the hospital in Vinton Thursday. She is a cou- The Clarke Millers, Titonka, were guests May 8 at J. L. Mil ler's. The Raymond Lovstads spent May 8 at West Union with the Raymond Lichters. The Dr. M. I. Lichters spent May 8 in Mason City at the par Mrs. Howard McChesney who has spent a month here with her mother, returned to her-home-'at' Van'"Nuys, Calif., last Thursday. The Immanuel L.L.L. club of the Lotts Creek Lutheran church met May 2 to see a. film, The Message, followed by a discus. Mrs. Vehling also had a lip chart report on the Lutheran Home Finding Society. It noted to have a picnic sometime,in July. Sixteen attended the Zone L.L.L. Rally at ju Verne May 1. A May breakfast was held Thursday morning at the Presbyterian, church. Hostesses were Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Marian. Blanchard, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Allwin Lockwood and Mrs. Albert Bullock. The Leslie Baxters visited the Dale Baxters for their 6th anniversary Sunday. A group of relatives and friends visited the Art Zumachs for their 36th anniversary Tuesday. Mrs, Marcus Zumach and Mrs. Leslie Baxter were hostesses. ental M. C. Howie's, Guests Sunday at Harold for tests and x-rays. Callers Sunday at Charles Reaper's were Mrs. Durwood' Walker and Kevin and Kirt, the Leonard Hansens, Irvington, Donald Hansens, Albert Haims- es, Algona, and Dean Culbertsons, Lone Rock. Guests Sunday of Mrs. Florence Colwell and brother Claude Fowler were the B. 0. Davis- es, Bernard Capesiiises, Irving- to>n. Charles C'olwells, St. Benedict, and Harold Colwells, Algona. Sgt. and Mrs. Alan (Butch) Lage family, Lawton, Okla., car mie last waek Wednesday for two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Lage. He is stationed at Ft. Sill and the family lives in Lawton. They have a son, 4, and a daughter, 3. Next weekend Mrs. Lage, Alan and family, tvla.n to go to Waterloo to visit the Ralph .Nelsons. Other guests of the Lages over the Mothers T>ay wee'keTid'"were the- James L.ages, Fort Dodge, Eugene La. Des Moines, and the Ralph Nelsons. Waterloo. The Clarence Siemers and their daughter, the Jim Gattons, were visitors Sunday at Lawrence Di timer's, Lone Rock. The Dittmers, formerly from the Irvington area, lived on the olace where the Siemers now live. 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They were on their way to Grand View, Wash., to visit rel atives. Guests* May 8 at Wallace Haw oott's were Selina Clifton, Lulu Hawcott, the Will Gardners, Etta Holdren, Rlioena BeJise and Gladys Hawcott. Guests Sunday at Leonard Stenzel's were the Ray Drem- mels, Puane Dittmers an4 Bert The Andy Petersons, Galva, were Mother's day guests at P. M. Christenson's. They also visited P. M. Christenson at the rest home in Armstrong. Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, and Bunny Thomas were weekend guests at A. A. Krueger's. The Roscoe Schultzes returned to Milwaukee Thursday after being here for the 50th anniversary of the Fred'k Sohultzes. The John Sanes, Laurens, Chet Almes and Alfred Schultz- Ottosen, were Mothers Day guests of Mrs, Maude Blanch- Mrs. Vena Schneider returned home last weekend from. Env metsburg, after the winter with Mrs. .Viola Sebo. Guests at Oliver Knudsen's May 6 were the Frank Asas, Rutland, and Mrs, Marie Maass, LuVerne, for Mrs. Asa's birthday. The Asas recently returned from Winterset, where they had been at their son Eugene's for a week. Eugene and his wife, who is a registered nurse, are managers of the Rest Home at Winterset. Special Mother's Day services were held in the Irvington church Sunday. The primary department and the choir sang songs honoring Mother and the sermon was by Mr. Strayer Carnations given by the Youth Fellowship, were presented to the ladies in the congregation Youth Fellowship met in the Irvington church last Thursday evening, Keith Strayer conduct ed the lesson study and Wm Mrs. Willis Vofel aiwj Miry wenjt to Park Ridge, fll. TJiw§» djay jto visit he* broijier H&Ien Weisfce is slowly in* the Blcto ard. The Edw. Blanch ards were weekend guests at their son Delbert Blanchard's, Cedar Falls. Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Alfred Petersoq, Rose Kraft and Mrs. Ola Oftedahl, attended the school food convention at Des Moines. The Richard Behrends family, Forest City, called at John rend's Mother's day. 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