Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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Boy's State campers named at Livermore Livermore — Richard Zeimet, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet and William Reding, 16, [alternate) son of Frank Reding have been selected by the Livermore Legion Post to go to Boys State at Camp Dodge in Des Moines the week of June 5th. Richard is a junior at Twin Rivers at Bode and is a member of the National Honor Society, the band, mixed chorus glee club, and Student Council. His activities include football and golf. William is vice president of the Junior class at Garrigan high school in Algona and his activities include football, basketball, baseball and track. VIET NAM RETURNEE ETN2 Wayne Seagren, who just returned to Long Beach, Calif, from Viet Nam, flew to Omaha last week where his parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Seagren met him. Enroute home from Omaha they visited Rev. and Mrs. Worthie Usher at Ida Grove, former minister of the Methodist church. While in Viet Nam Wayne was one of the crew in PT boats taking Marines into the combat area. Both he and his brother Charles are assigned to the USS Merrick which is now in port at Long Beach. While here Wayne visited in the homes of his two sisters, the Ervin Myers home at Okobene, Minn., and the Harvey Karschnik home at Mountain Lake, Minn. 8TH GRADE GRADUATES Graduation exercises for the Livermore and Ottosen 8th grade pupils were held at the school gym in Bode Tuesday evening with Supt. Miller presenting the diplomas. Those from Livermore were Patrick Besaw, Roger Collins, David Clements, John Dahl, Janet Eisenbarth, Sharon Fredericksen, Terry Fredericksen, Bruce Hawkins, Sheryl Kissinger, Debra Sinclair, Dennis Smith, Rita Smith, David Thilges, Terry Vaudt, Nancy Harris, Dennis Erdmann, Randy Fuhrmann, Kris Rosenau and David Seagren. LIVERMORE SENIORS Livermore Seniors at Twin Rivers this year are Frederick (Rick) Anderson, John Barton, night after graduation in honor of their daughter Meg, a Twin RiVers graduate: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gales arid son of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and daughter, and Mr. and Mfs. Kenneth Smith, both of Humboldt, Meg's grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.Riemefs of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and John, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCollough and family and Meg's fiance, Sal Odsnbrett of Dakota City. Edward Melavlh of Chicago spent last week in the Elmer Gronbach home. Only ont name was called for the Cash Drawing Saturday night which was Mrs. John Torkelson for $40.00. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and son John, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz werti t6 the Old Timers Cafe Sunday afternoon to help John Tuttle,, who,,operates the cafe in partnership with his daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Miller, celebrate his 84th birthday, which was Thursday, May 19. New office for elevator at Livermore Livermore — Ground work has baen started for the new 70 foot scale and, 32x40 new office building that is being built by the Farmers Co-op. Elevator on the corner just north of the present office on lots recently purchased from the Kaye Implement estate. The new drive- in to the scales will be from the north with the office west of the scales. They hope to have it completed by August. Al Lenertz and Howard Barton Will do the carpenter work, Harold Gronbach the masonry and John Olson the plumbing with the Smith Lumber furnishing the material. N«t§hb0f« -^- Thirty-seven good neighbors of JaftieS Hahha, La Porte City, turned out and helped Hanna plow 180 acres after an accident to his arm. Other good neighbors het ped plant 125 acres of corn for Leonard Hutchison, Shenatidoah, and also Tom Goodner who was unable to plant his 120 acres following a car accident several weeks ago near Sheriandbah. Class officers are named at Twin Rivers Twin Rivers high school held class elections of officers May 5. Chosen were: Seniors — President, Richard Zeimet; vice, Trudy Rossing; sec,, Roger Markman; treas., Ruth Bakken. Juniors — President, Marge Thompson; vice, Becky Hankins; sec., Dale Frederick; treas., Kathy Jacobson. Sophomores ' : — President, Julie Ver Steeg; vices Dana Vige; sec., Alice Eastman; treas., Calvert Jarissen. Student Council — Holdover, Services held lor a former Seneca woman Mftifci — wefft held for services Mrs, Florfentfe f>6t$oti, 73, former Setiete resi dent, now of Armstrong, Tuesday afternoon at the first Presbyterian church at Armstrong with the Rev. Ellis Gasser officiating. Mrs. DOtsOn was killed in a two-car accident at the south edge of Port Dodge at about 7 o'clock May 13. Mrs. Dodson, daughter of the John Gochan- ours, was born, at Streator, 111., August 14, 1892. She was graduated from Streator high school and attended Normal University, Normal, 111. She was married to Clem Dotson Feb. 15, 1915, at Bloomington, 111. They farmed in Story County for a time and came to Seneca in 1929 where they lived until 1943. They purchased a f arm west of Armstrong where they lived until Mr. Dotson 's retirement in/ 1962. Survivors include four sons, Gail, Armstrong, Vernoh, pes David Hoyt, Steve Bergum, and' Moines, Merlin, Gruver, and Darnel, Rock Island, III.; two daughters, Mrs. Emmet (Gladys) Eastman, Armstrong, and Mrs. Harvey L. (Nbradel) LarSen, Swea City. Among Sehecans attending the funeral services were a niece and husband, the Al- Judy Zeimet, who is an x-ray technician and has been Working at the medical center in Colorado Springs, Colo, is spending the month of May and the Dennis Clark Virginia Foreman, flrst week of June in the home "Gene" Fridcres, John Fuhrmann, Margaret (Meg) Holmes, Leverna Klein, Joan Madsen, Joyce Morey, Robert Roethler and Elizabeth (Liz) Wickre, twelve out of the thirty-two graduates. BAND MOTHERS ELECT At the last meeting of the Band Mothers new officers for next year were elected and are: President, Mrs. Ralph Jacobsen; vice, Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg; sec., Mrs. Raymond Graaf; treas., Mrs. LeRoy Enger; corresponding secretaries, Mrs. Harold Dolder, Mrs. Virgil Hacker and Mrs. Allan Olson. POPPY DAY Poppy Day will be Saturday, May 28 and will be in charge of the Legion Auxiliary members. Chris Hoyt. New Members: seniors, Mary Lou Olson and Geri Vedvik; juniors, Marlyce Tompkins and Dale Rossing; sophomores, Elaine Sorlien and David Stiltz. Memorial day observance at Livermore Livermore — Memorial Day observances will be held Monday, May 30 under the direction of Otto Field Post No. 415 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in front of the Legion Hall. The Twin Rivers school band will also take part in the program and Rev. Gerald Fisch of the Catholic church will be the guest speaker. The Legion men will go to the Catholic cemetery first about 9:00 then to the Union and St. Joe cemeteries. Wreaths will be placed on the soldier's gravesiiby t the i Junior' Auxiliary girls under the direction of Mrs. John Renquist. Taps will be played by Richard Zeimet and Steve Bergum. ffed Petefsefis. WIN* SCIINCI AWARD Dennis bahl, son of the Chris pahls, was awarded The World Famous Award of the science achievement award program for the year 1965-66 at Esthefville Junior college by being the top student in chemistry. Dennis had to compete with both first and second year chemistry stu' dents. The award is a Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, Col* lege Edition, put out by the Chemical Rubber Co., Cleve' land, Ohio. The award is given annually to the highest ranking student in chemistry and is worth approximately $18. Dennis, a first year student at Esth- srville, has maintained a 4.0 average. CLUB TOUR DATED The Seneca Progressive Farmer's met at Art Kabrick'S May 18, with Randy Kabrick and John Nyman as hosts. They voted to hold their Clean Up the Countryside Campaign May 27. This is a part of the citizenship program. Joan Bemhard and Ellen Lynch were appointed to make arrangements for refreshments for the day. The club tour is planned for the evening of June 17. Rodney Jensen and Tom Lynch will organize arid set up the demonstrations for county competition. John Nyman arid Randy Kabrick gave talks. Dick Lynch is reporter. CHURCH GROUP MEETS Blakjer ALCW met at the church Thursday with Mrs John Johahnesen and Mrs. Da- vid Looft §§ hoStCSSes". M>S. Alt' NetsW hid devotions ttltl offering, CohVWlttftfi Mothers Tea potts were given by Mrs. ,f6hn Johanneseh fend M«. fidna Jfr hannesen. An invitation wa» read from the St. Paul's ALCW, Ringsted, to a Guest Day June 15. Mr*. Gaylord Olsefi had the Blbfe Study. The next meM- ing will be June 2 for the aft- nilal bftthday party and «iur« ify toll program. the Merita Youngs (Tilda' %> tanttesen), Minneapolis, visited Sunday ;with relatives. Thfey were breakfast guests at Christens Vahldieck's, Wallingford, where they were joined by Mrs. Anna Presthus, Algona, and the Wally Bllnkmaris, Wallingford. They were morning coffee guests of the Heriry Loofts with the Martin Wilbergs, Fenton and the David Loofts. They had dinner with Edna Johannesen and were afternoon visitors at John Johannesen's and Fred Johannesen's. Arleiie Lynch Geitzenauer, daughter of the Wayne Lynches, was graduated from La Jsrrjss Beauty Academy at Mason City June 18. Her husband, John Geitzenauer, will be graduated from Hamilton's Business College at Mason City; 'May 28: They moved recently to Clear Lake. • The Sheldon Merrills Sr., Buffalo, Mo., were here for the graduation of their grandson, Jim Merrill, at Sentral high school May 23. The Marino Piedersens, Rlng- sted, were Thursday visitors at Henry Wilberg's. Seneea Stars S*A*ei — Seneca Stafs held their Mother's Tea Mav Id at on Hall. Cathe Lohfe Rotk thy fter^tltft^Md atg^ of the prograhi Midi , ;,be|«h with members ideltifvitif baby pictures of the gtbiip. PlanS w^re made to hold the local Achievement Day August 5 at 7:30 p.m. to which the public is invited. Mrs. Henry Looft explained this year's fair list and gave regulations on year's projects and additional projects in which the Claude •ionnsuiu, uu9f> t n?mfF*mx> M&M, Mrs. Kenneth Ajidte, Mf*. ^lieldoh JlfeWU, llrt.DM^ er afld Mfl, T6d Jeftsefl. Other* in attendant ittduded Mrs. tver Bergum, Mrs. Mary son, Mrs. Arthur Forltiey, Mrs. Menty Looft, and Mrs. KracM's little graticldaughtef from Romney, W. Va- The Reuben Lafsons and fto^ ger Larsons. Armstrong, .Were Sunday guests of the Henry Wilbergs. girls may be enrolled. The participating if program proper began with a Tonette Duet by Susan Fortney and" Corrine Johnson. Barbara Andre gave a reading .and Audrey Bergum sang a Solo with Jill Jensen accompanist. Linda Kracht played a piano solo, and Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer sang a duet. A reading was, given by Cathy BergUtTi, and RoseMary Fortney and Carrie Bergum played a clarinet duet. A piano duet was by Ann Fortney and Linda Kracht, and a piano solo by Patri cia preyer. ' A few games of password was played. Anna Meriz and Pa tricia Preyer were hostesses. Mothers present were Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Robert Fort Advertise in the Advance, Largest PAID circulation THOMAS FUNERAL OHAWL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors • • A ^^ . •- -. . W . - ;v . .'. RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE ; •' -—.«—. •:,'•..•;..' ?;'• Funerals May Be Referred To JLTs With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 886.1006 — PSo-IOOl — 886-1970 i\ L- Among those entertained «t the Sherman Wickre home Thursday night after graduation in honor of their daughter Liz were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jung of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wickre of Rolfe, Mr. and Mirs. John Wickre of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bosworth of Algona, who were all relatives, plus a host of friends from Bode and Livermore. Mrs, John Olson and Mrs. Jessamine Miller visited one afternoon recently with Mrs, Libbie Brown at the Houston Nursing Home and Mrs. Hattie Baker at the Sisson Nursing Home in Humboldt. Mrs. Lela Heiter returned home Friday afternoon from the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge where she had been a patient for the past two weeks, one week as a medical patient and one week following major surgery. Her granddaughter, Miss Barbara Heiter of Spencer will stay with her for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Harl Gimer of Renwick visited Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Jessamine Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Zigler of Sioux Falls, S.D. were weekend guests from Friday until MXMV day morning in the home of Mrs. Zigler's parents, the Sherman Wickres. They came to ait- tend the Baccalaureate program on Sunday evening in honor of Elizabeth Wickre, one of the graduates. Doe to remodeling being done at their home Mr. and Mrs. De Verne Holmes entertained the following people at the Har old Frederick home Thursday of her parents the Henry Zei- mets. Then she will go to Monterey, Calif, to work out there. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seger of Los Vegas, Nev. arrived at the home of Mrs. Seger's father, the Ernie Logues Tuesday evening and will spend a week or 10 days here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ser of Humboldt and other of their relatives and friends. Mrs. Seger is the former Charlotte Logue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zigrang of Humboldt have gone to West Branch, Ind. to visit in the home of their son, the Dennis Zi- grangs who will soon be moving to Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. John Olson left Sunday, May 15 from Des Moines by plane for Boston where she will attend the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church. She plans to return May 27. Several other delegates from Iowa attended the meeting. GRADUATION PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres entertained the following people at their home Thursday night after graduation in honor of their son Eugene (Gene) a Twin River graduate: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch of Whittemore, Victor Frideres and son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eir schen and his grandmother, Mrs. Pete Muller, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. George Muller of Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thilges and Ardis, Mrs. Florian Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Thomas, all of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lenertz of Livermore, his sister Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Humboldt and his sister, Miss Mary Rae Frideres of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Norbert Frideres spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs Pete Muller at Algona. IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDINARY.. Mil ALL NEW HOTEL 'mem Such charming rooms ... such wonderful food .., jtwt pwfcct location and • warm greeting on your arrival. Completely air conditioned. I FAMOUS DINING AND WINING ROOMS CHATEAU to FAIII Om el AmeriM'f loremeit FfAAcli RfltlAUfinu Selected -|.r f««eiieece k| H«lldi| NflMln*. HUIPLI LOUNGE f* Y«tir Fiyoritt Be*WIM tni Nitily Enlir- timminl. CQFFiE HOUSE For BreiMast, Unclito*. »nd Dinner. tKll CUE»T PARKING frem 4 l.m. till 10 e • iwouimi snvici UCDV HALF HOUR FiOH HQIIL wm Wf honor American fxpreM Credit Cordi BOOMS from W.50 u er 1* Reservation! iPhsni 6J2-32?-'l*« i 612-321-1060 »r We. » Hotel Dyckmin, 27 So. S.utt «. Hole! Dyckmon Minnigpolii, Minn. 1540? Pl(9*f tend me <ol«r brochure I ' | Thlng» 19 do end tee in Minneopolii. . NAMS J ADDHESI , I ITATC -IONI—_, ! When you plun !u ice THE TWINS WRIIfc r-OK ^>fcCIAL OKOUH KAIfcS' ANNUAL Humboldt County RURAL ELECTRIC CO-OP TUESDAY, JUNE 7> 1966 New Humboldt High School Gymnasium Doors Open 7 P.M. Meeting will start at 8 P.M. $96,952 PATRONAGE CREDIT WILL BE PAID TO MEMBERS. CHECKS WILL BE GIVEN OUT AT THE MEETING. SPEAKER: Stanley L. Greigg, U. S. Representative to Congress WE ARE SURE YOU WILL ENJOY HIM. 11 Door Prizes will be given 1 I FRIGIDAIRE CLOTHES WASHER FRIGIDAIRE CLOTHES DRYER 9ENCH GRINDER (MEMBERS ONLY ARE ELIGIBLE TO WIN) HAIR DRYER ELECTRIC TOOTH BRUSH ELECTRIC POWER SAW ELECTRIC BLANKET 2 ELECTRIC KNIVES 2 ELECTRIC '/a" DRILLS There will be the reports of the officer* and manager. The election pf three Directors by vote of members present. r •HP MAAMA ENTERTAINMENT THAT ALL SHOULD ENJOY. ^^ THIS IS YOUR COOPERATIVE — ATTEND THIS MEETING LUNCH AFTER MEETING

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