Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1966 · Page 5
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at Swea City for 1966-67 SWM City — The school faculty-for 196667 was completed this Week when Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sougstad, signed con.' tracts for band instructor and third grade. They now teach at Kartawha. Mr. and Mrs. Sougstad and their three children, age 10, 12 and 13, will move to Swea City in early June, if housing can be located. Mrs. Sougstad's band duties Will start in June. Early, Charles Miller was hired to teach social studies, coach track, "B" basketball and assist in football. Mr. Miller is the present basketball coach and social studies teacher at Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have four HIGH HEAT BILLS? ... HIGH '^4 BILLS? WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY If your old tired furnace is running up big fuel bUls and requiring constant attention, you can save money by installing a Green Colonial furnace Howl children and are also looking for a home in Swea City. Mrs. Lois Graham has resign' ed from her contract to teach ihe third grade next year. She las accepted a position at New Hampton where Mr. Graham is now located. Mrs. Sougstad will fill her position. Seneca Mr*. Henry Looft The Virgil Moores, Dolliver, will have their 40th wedding May 29, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Methodist church at Dolliver. It is sponsored by their children, Mrs. Marian Tish, Wei- GREEN TWO BIG ADVANTAGES You get real comfort with Green Colonial heating. Every factory engineered installation is carefully regulated to insure perfect comfort in every room. And, because Green Colonial furnaces are better designed and more heavily constructed you'll enjoy lower fuel bills, longer life and trouble-free aervice. Free estimate— No obligation Up to 5 years to pay R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating come, Minn;, Mrs. Arnold Mad' sen, Granada, Minn., Robert Moore, Dolliver, William Moore Lakefield, Minn., Tom Moore Fulton, 111., and Mrs. Harold Craig, Armstrong./ Relatives and friends are invited. No invitations are being sent. Sunday guests at Art Bergum's for Cathy's confirmation were the grandparents, the Orville Dixons, Bancroit, and Iver Ber gums, Seneca; sponsors, Mrs. Julia Petticord and Mrs. Lloyd Eichenberger, Mrs. Eichenberger's family, the Raymond Ber- gums, Mrs: James Bergum, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, the Robert Fortneys, David Doocys, George Andersons, Bancroft. Evening callers included the Donald Larsens and Orville Dixons, Burt.. Cathy was confirmed iunday morning at the Blakjer jutheran church. : ' The Ted Jensens had as gue- ts Sunday for Becky's confir- nation at the Blakjer Lutheran churoli the P. H. Jensens, Fenon and Dr. Gus Krauses, Cherokee. Sunday guests of the Gaylord Olsens lor Diane's confirmation ncluded Diane's grandparents, .he Curtis Olsens and Melvin Jratruds, the Allan Bratruds, Fackson, Minn., Jphn Polands, jTa&ttinger, Glenn Bonnicksons, Ringsted, Rodney Olsons, Fair monit, and Dave McCumbars, ilingsted. Diane was confirmed at the Blakjer Lutheran church the fedtffen's 56th wedding, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, Mrs. Mftiily ftubiana Mid daughter, Karen, of ftomhey, Wett Va., Mrs; Kathryn Doege, Aigoni, were Sunday gueftts at yirs. Edith Hayenga's at Fenton. Other guest* included the Htf' ry Haases, Fenton. Mrs. Henry Looft was a guest of the Lotto Creek and the Whit temore Lassies 4-H clubs at a joint Mother's Tea Tuesday at St. Michcal's Hall at Whittemore. Jack Chrischilles of the Chrischilles Store, Algona, spoke on the importance of fabrics. Mother's Day guests at Her bert Krause's included the grandparents, the Otis Eng- tands, Ringsted, and Art Krau- is, Fenton. The Herbert K. Krauses, Cedar Falls, have signed contracts to teach in Mason City next school year. He will teach art in the Roosevelt Junior high school and she will teach second grade. Mrs. Krause was graduated from Ames at mid-term and has been teaching a first grade at Cedar Falls. He will be graduated from Cedar Falls in early June. The Fred Johannesens were Sunday visitors at Christen Vah Idiecks, Wallingford. The Henry Looits were callers. The Herbert Krauses and the Herbert K. Krauses; Cedar Falls, were May 1 guests at Larry Alt's, Fenton, for the grandparents, the Art Krauses' 49th wedding and Heidi Krause's 12th birthday. Other guests were the Robert Krauses, Stanley lierkland, Fenton; Marilyn Ait and Tom Reine, Minneapolis The Dean Bllyw family guests of her sister the Harry Aliens, Eagle Grove, Mother's day, in honor of Mrs. Medft Sny- tier, Eagle Grove. Other guests were the Harry Snyders and daughter Debbie, Waterloo. Ouettt Mother'* day at th* Walter Peterson's were their daughter, the Steve OstrUms, ol Dubuque, Mrs. Peterson's par? entsi the H. V. Cookes, Emmeti* burg, sisters, the Bill Currys, pi ort Dodge, the Kenneth Shy•OCKS, Graettinger, and Louise VIoore, Emmetsburg, brothers, he Vance Cookes and the Harry Cookes, Emmetsburg. Afternoon caller was a niece, Linda Cooke jf Des Moines. •••••••••••••••••••••••• Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Ottosep group das {iiests for Mother's day wn f or si* gifts- There were 4? Ottostn Lutheran Church Wotnen had guests at a Moth' er's Day program Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Louis Jacobson, •resident, gave the welcome. Phe Rev, Robert J. Le Mont read the scripture. Mrs. Earl 01- lon read several poems. A quartet, Linda Le Mont, Eileen Satern, Patty Jacobson and Marda tinseth sang. Mrs. Leo Tofte>erg gave a reading about Mothers Day. Numbers were dra- Loren Daniel returned from Iowa City Tuesday. He had been a medical patient there a few weeks* and is much improved. Mrs, Robert J. Le Mont and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg attended the A.L.C.W. convention at meroy Thursday, Ladies Rural Club met Thursday for a dinner at Kropf 's cafe at Bode. Afterwards they took a trip to Humboldt. Going were Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs, Kermit Fowler, Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs. Essie Cooper and Mrs. Annie Leist. The Donald Ushers were Sun day visitors at Arthur Win Uler's, Osage. They also called on former neighbors of the Us- her! from toftte, the , sons, who nave recently moved o Osage, Tlxe Gus Henningsens, Rolfe, were Friday guests of Mfs. CU' ra Solberg and Oliver ChriMiift- son. The Russell Edwards, Ruthven, and Margaret Holt Were Sunday visitors at Mrs, Loren Daniel's. The Roy Telfords were Sufi' day visitors at Cecil Jolliffe's, LuVerne. The Mike Frohlings were Sunday visitors at Keith Smith's, Curlew. The Eugene Hofiusea called at I. W. Nelson's and HaroUj Nelson's at Algona Sunday. The Antone Speichs visited his sister, Mrs. Celia Wiggans at the Sisson Nursing Home a Humboldt Thursday. MONDAY, MAY 14, ^ ALOONA (Itw*) AOVANCt-i Mr* Allan Wtfiein iitd <fef* were Monday to ** tte nut Ite Eugene Struthcn Sunday guests at John Schwtt, ehbefg'*, Ctetf Lake., • * , The Knut Oppedahls visited Mr*. Bertha Oppedahl at ^the Friendship Havfrn^ Health Center at FV Dodge Sunday^ ; < Daniel and David Bete, (hi- me«, are spending the week with their grandarents, the firling Malmins, DERAILMENT — Sunday morning, May 1st, 31 freight cars were derailed in the town of Norway and the cars piled up 50: to 60 feet high and two to three cars deep/ Phone 5-3234 Algona GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING and Tom Uliensvang, Seneca. The John Johan'nedehs attend ed baptismal tor their grand daughter Mary Jennifer, oaugh ter of .the Ronald Johannesens Swea City, at the Immanuel Lu theran church at Swea City Sunday. Sponsors were the Moris Johannesens, Armstrong. Other guests ot the Ronald Jo- hannesens were the maternal grandparents, ,the Robert Clis- oys, Fairmoat, Miss., Mrs. Marys Kreuger and Tom, Fairmont, and the. Morris Johannesens. Sunday, Mrs!' Marilyn Rubiano and Karen, Romney, West Va., who came for Easter with Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, has extended her visit and spent the past three weeks with her mother and sister. Also visitors last weekend were Mrs. Kracht's mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege, Algona, and the Roger Tay lors, Des Moines. The Ray Krachts, Riceville were recent guests at Nina Kra cht's home. The Olaf Oftedahls and Hen ry Wilbergs visited recently a Ole Pedersen's at Fenton for 4-H News CRESCO CHUMS The May "Mother's Day Tea" meeting of the Crasco Ghums The Four Corner Social Clul met Tuesday atternoon, May 3 in the home of Velnia Nelson Twelve members answered rol call: Leita Phelps, lola. Bartlett Flossie Bartlett, Janice Moore Wyona Harms, Lonie Van Hove Velma Nelson, Viva Ringsdorf Sandra Harms, Emily Larsen, Agnes Stewart and Vera Fitch. Criitsts were Mrs. Gertie McOol- moa, Mrs. Minnie Sperring and Mrs. Sheldon Bengtson and chil- dreui. Mrs. Bengtson will be a new member ot the Portland Social Club. The meeting was called to order by our chairman, Wyona Harms. Old and new business was j taken care of. A picnic was planned for the second Sunday in June or June 121 h. Each to bring a, hot dish, dessert or salad and sandwich- .8 enough for your own family, ce cream will ba furnished by he club. There will be no July or August ma&tings and the Sep- &mbsr meeting will be held in the home of Louie Van Hove. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Primismg of West Bend, Mrs. Leona iuertin of Worthington, Minn and Mrs. W. J. Stewart went to Oubuque for the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Mary McGinty Clarence Cunningham of Elmore, Minn, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard was held at the extension office. The hostesses were Marian Frideres, Susan s, ara y ,a^ Dawn 'Wlldin, I^Biy Miller, Gloria Canaday, and Rhonda Peck. The June coak out was planned for June 13, at 2 p.m. at the Call State Park. Debbie Sabin gave a report on the last youth leaders meeting. Illustrated talks were giver by Sheila Frideres on "Good Grooming", and Sherri Rbeth ler on "Judging Criteria". Mrs Wayne Smith showed pictures of their trip to California for the program. Guests were al mothers. Reporter is Sheila Fri deres. \ / / ^^^~-^ TO OUR GRADS! Photos .. ; ._ by Kirkham's Studio, Fairmont FROM YOUR LONE ROOK • FENTON MERCHANTS SENTRAL HIGH Lett to right --Perry Eimers Beaver, Janelle Ba : ley. Duane DeSart, Phyllis CherUnd, Ronald Brekke, Mollie Blanehard, Mark Biarstedt, Kenneth i I U,t to right - Sharon Harson, Allen Hantclman, Randa Huron, Janet Hammerstrom, Dwight Goerdet, Ted Greinert, Mark |; Phelps, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bengt son went to Mason City Sunday evening wh«esttteys«i»tttii Mr Bengtson's mother, Mrs. Luella Bengtson, who had undergone surgery for an ulcer. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mrs. Victor Fitch attended the Sohrader Hardware sale in Burt Thursday. Mrs. David Blain and Bryce of Council Bluffs was a Sunday overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bengtson. Mrs. Blain is a sister of Mr. Bengtson. I ! Geitzenauer, Kathryn Ditsworth. Left to right - Cheryl Krause, Jod.th Kraft, Linda Knoll, Danny Kern, Rodney Jcnjtn, Barbara Jensen, Patricia Hutzel, Need Priming < AT THE ADVANCE " •• ••. • ••. . ••••.. •-.-. ' ' '••;.' I WE ARE PROUD TO SPONSOR YOUR SENIOR GRADUATION PICTURES Titonka Savings Bank • A Good Bank • A Good Town • And Good People Rachael Hurlbur). Left to right - Donald Mathhiesen, Allan Marlow, John Luetltke, DuWayne Luedtke, Alan Loedtke, Linnoas Laage, Dennis Laabs, Steven Krumwiede. Left to right - Duane Seegebarth, Patricia Ruhnke, Philip Ruger, Ronald Preston, Diane Pompe, Lowell Mueller, Jim Mer' rill, Brian Menz. Left to right - Tom Yager, James Wiener, Rennae Votteler, Dennis Uthof, Ivan Tieti, Ivadelle Tieti, Diane Snell, Marlene ! Smith. — Best Wishes and Good Luck from Your Friendly Fenton and Lone Rock Merchants — FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Fenton FENTON CO-OP. ELEVATOR CO. Fenton •MBHHVI^—•• Fenton W Service Fenton Cafe Kernie's Recreation BLANCHARD LUMBER AND HARDWARE Lone Rock Jorgenson Lockers, Fenton Charlie's DX Service, Fenton LONE ROCK BANK (.one Rock LONE ROCK CO-OP. EXCHANGE Lone Rock Drs. J. T. & J. R, Waite, D. V. M, McFall Plumbing £ Heating Lael's Beauty Shop Fenton Motor Co, Fenton Produce CONSOLIDATED CO-OP. CREAMERY - WHITTEMORE

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