The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1968 · Page 5
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4-H Youth At wt .CggJP FOrmer Swea Whittemore Man . MI , Engaged To Wed Girl Is Wed On Jun « 4 In Minnesota Sunday, Feb. 11, forty-six tired Kossuth 4-H youth leaders returned from their annual two-day winter camp at the state 4-H camping center near Madrid. ' They were accompanied by Ruth Patterson, Extension assistant; Joe Skow, Wesley, member of the 4-H county committee; Mrs. Art Kahler, Burt, and Wayne Lynch, Fenton. Some former Kossuth county 4-H'ers who are now attending college or working in Ames came Saturday and Sunday to help with program counseling duties. These were John Scuffham, Jr., Algona, who is one of the leaders of the Plum Creek Boys Club and attending Iowa State University; and Rosemary Ulses Zaugg, formerly of Hurt, and her husband, Danny Zaugg. Others who came to visit and help with recreation were Reuben Skow and Helen Skow, Wesley, and Steve Detrick, Whittemore. Saturday morning, Louis B. Hansen, Extension coordinator for rural civil defense, spoke to the young people on measures to use in cold weather emergencies. That afternoon, Mary Kahler showed a movie on artificial respiration and worked with the campers on first aid procedures to use in cold weather emergencies. 4-H youth leaders attending camp had fun singing and playing table games after eating. Some of the campers pictured above are Chuck Frideres, Algona; Barbara Kollasch, Lakota; Mary Harig, LuVerne; Sharon Hix and Jane Simpson, Algona; Nick Bormann, Bancroft; and Pat Lewis, Lakota. Others attending were Brian Hrubes, Duane and Larry Kunkel, Shirley and Len Becker, Tony and Mark Muehe and Jerry Martinek, Wesley; Lloyd and Lowell Eichenberger and DuaneBoehm, Lakota; Linda Nitchals, Edna Frideres, Joyce Sifert, Jerry Simpson, Becky Buscher, Becky Tielebein, Larry Rochleau, Bob Bernhard and Marilyn Roethler, Algona; Ann Fortney, Jean and Jerry Lynch, Delores Heldorfer, Jo Ann Arndorfer and Stephen Stork, Bancroft. Colleen Reding, Livermore; Marvin Carlson and Linda Higgins, Titonka; Norman Zaugg, West Bend; Mary Harig, LuVerne; Anna Menz and Linda Kracht, Fenton; Joe Detrick, Whittemore; Marvin Kohltms, Irvington; Tom McGuire, West Bend; Karen Eden, Titonka. At Nassau and Wall streets in New York City, George Washington took the oath as First President of the United States. I'm helping Ladybird's campaign to Beautify America - I stay indoors as much as possible. SWEA-EAGLE - Weddingvows were exchanged the afternoon of Jan. 28 at the Ceylon Methodist church by Kandis Kay Strayer, Ceylon, and Richard Lee Bailey, Royal. Rev. Norman Loughman officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer, Ceylon, Minn., and the groom is the son of Mrs. Morris Bailey, Royal. Serving as maid of honor was Dianne Prust and bridesmaid was Marjorie Lee Tobin. Alan Bailey served his brother as best man and groomsman was Dr. J.R. West. Sharon Schott, niece of the groom, was flower girl and Ricky Lange, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride wore a white satin floor-length gown with train and fingertip-length sleeves of lace. The bodice was fitted with a high collar. She had a shoulder-length veil and carried white gardenias. Ushers were Rodney R. Strayer, brother of the bride, and Bill Burgeson. A reception for 155 guests was held in the social hall following the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey took a two- week trip to San Antonio, Texas, after which they will be at home at Royal. The bride, a former Swea City area resident, was a 1967 graduate of Ceylon High School and attended Estherville Junior College School of Nursing. The bridegroom was a 1962 graduate of Royal High School. - o - Mrs. Art W. Larson entertained for the 10th birthday of her daughter, Debbie, Jan. 31 at the home of Mrs. Ronald Johnson. Debbie's classmates, young ladies of the 4th grade, were guests. WHETHER YOU PLAN TO BUY or BUILD, you'll like the modern features of our home loan—the prompt action, reasonable rates, streamlined terms to suit your budget, and other attractive, 1968 provisions. Ask our home loan specialist to tell vou about them. Convenient Passbook Savings Thi» ii the b«»t all-around taving* plan for everybody — tht bait way to hav» money available when you need it ... the beit way to build imall lumi into large. Dividends are paid twice a year. Put any amount into your account .. . any time. HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. INSUFUO \V 77 All Account* Fully Imvrtd to $15,000 Save From The 15tb — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — AUGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVBSTMINT CEWFICATIf .Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance CorpojiUod; LINDA SOULES The engagement of Linda Jane Soules, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Soules, Stanley, la., and Kenneth W. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Whittemore, has been announced. A June 4 wedding is being planned. Miss Soules is a graduate of Oelwein High School and a junior at UNI, Cedar Falls, where she is majoring in elementary education, and Mr. Meyer, a graduate of Algona High School, is a Junior at Mankato State College where his major is business administration. Wednesday after school, nine little friends helped Larry Rlp- pentrop celebrate his 8th birthday at the home of his parents, the Orville Rippentrops. Coming in the evening to honor Larry were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henriksen and family, Duwayne Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rippentrop and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop and Evelyn. Many persons of the area attended the golden wedding observance of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selberg Sunday at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Dahl home at East Chain. Mr. Dahl has recently undergone major surgery at Sioux Falls, So. Dak., at Veterans hospital. Many persons of the area at- . tended the -funeral Saturday at , Lone Rock for P. Lee Person, 84," father of 0. R. Person. Mrs. Ed Blair, Mrs. Warren Thompson, hospital chairman, Mrs. Robert Holm and Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale metatthe V.F.W. Hall Friday evening to do hospital work for the V.F.W. Auxiliary. Mrs. Minnie Jensen, mother of Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, is recuperating at the Thoreson home after a bad fall on the ice at her home in Algona two weeks ago. No bones were broken but she was badly bruised and gets about with the aid of crutches. Weekend guests at the Cecil Thoreson home were their son, Paul, studentatI.S.U.,Ames;Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bahmann and Todd, Hiawatha} and the Frank Schribers, Sac City. Afternoon callers on Sunday were the Chris Bahmanns, Ceylon, Minn. The August Robisons were weekend visitors last week at the home of their daughter and family, the VernMortensens, Hutchison, Minn. Last Thursday, the August Robisons visited at the Hazel Sabin and Harold Sabin homes in Algona. Ottosen Girl To Washington For 4-H Course OTTOSEN - Debra Frohling, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike 'Frohling, will attend a Citizenship short course at Washington, D. C. at the national 4-H center Feb. 18-24. Debra is a senior at West Bend High School and is in her eighth year of 4-H in the Wacousta Do-R-Best 4-H Club. She has received the following 4-H awards - best first year member, best all-round member, record book award, expense account award, county home economics award and state Merit award. The citizenship short course is conducted by the national 4-H foundation in behalf of the cooperative service of the State Land- Grant Universities and U. S. Department of Agriculture. * o- The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday to sew for missions. Blankets or bed covers are being made in three sizes and will be sent to New Guinea. Used clothing was also prepared to be sent to a Lutheran mission in North Dakota. They enjoyed a pot-luck dinner at noon. United Presbyterian women met at the home of Mrs. Essie Cooper Friday for an all-day meeting where they tied two large quilts and three small ones. These, along with some smaller blankets, will be sent to the Chinle, Ariz. Indian Mission. Mrs. Edward Zinnel was a guest. Others were Naomi Struthers, Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Mary Leitl. They enjoyed a pot-luck dinner at noon. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Vincie Cook at Humboldt to helpMr.and Mrs. Roy Chapel of Humboldt celebrate their 48th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ellis, Patty and Charlene of Brookings, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson of West Bend we re Saturday night visitors at the Carroll Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson attended funeral services for Ben St. John, Humboldt, Saturday. Later, the Hellicksons called on Mr. and Mrs. Omeal Nelson. Nancy, daughter of the Dean Telfords, was nine years old Saturday. Friday after school, twelve girls from her grade came for a party. Her grandmother, Mrs. W. G. Moench of Humboldt, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford came Saturday to help her celebrate and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moench and family of Humboldt were Sunday visitors. The Ladies Rural Club and their husbands celebrated the 51st anniversary of the founding of the club with a dinner at Kropfs Cafe Thursday. They spent the afternoon there visiting. Mrs. W. G. Cooper visited her sister, Mrs. Dewey Lanning at Mercy hospital Sunday. Mrs. Lanning was brought two birthday cakes by visitors who came to help her celebrate her 70th birthday. Those who attended the historical meeting at Humboldt Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Annie Leist, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Naomi Struthers and Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Bell, Jack and Sheryl of Red Oak were Monday supper guests a the Allen Watnems. Roger Wehrspann spent last week with his brother, Delbert, at Bird Island, Minn., and with an uncle at Wheaton, Minn. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend was a Sunday dinner guest at the Albert Thorsen home. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and Clara, and Margaret Holt was an evening guest. They observed Mrs. Albert Thorsen's birthday. The Maple Lawn Good Will Club, with husbands as guests, met Sunday night at the Milford Zeman home for a card party. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson were co-hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his sister, the Bill Seimens at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress and family spent Sunday at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman and Norman spent Saturday and Sunday with their son Howard at Ames. Their daughter, Marilyn of Des Moines, also spent the weekend with them at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zeman, Dakota City, were Monday visitors at the Arthur Zemans. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and Darlene of Gilmore City were Saturday dinner guests at the Merle Halsrud's. Ruth Speich of Ames spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich. Other Sunday dinner and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson, -Mr. Algona (la.) Upper Oe» Moines-5 Thursday, Feb. 15, 1968 and Mrs. Oscar Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Saturday supper guests at the Homer Betz home. Cards were the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haugen of Algona were Tuesday visitors at the Oscar Williams home. The oldest (1880) steam Merry-Go-Round in the United States still takes "big" kids as well as little kids for a 5c ride on summer Sundays at the Harold Warp Pioneer Village at Minden, Nebraska. This 1880 Armitage Hershell was found in a barn in 1955 and was fully restored by Harold Warn who founded the Pioneer Village. The original pegged music box still plays tunes as the animals go round and round. LOCAL TEEN-AGE BANDS WILL BE FEATURED ON KLGA 1600 KC HEAR ONE BAND EVERY SUNDAY at 3:30 ON NOW, WITH AN ULTRA-MODERN FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR ... Select Your Own Moisture Control! NEW MODELS ON DISPLAY AT BEED HARDWARE IN TITONKA. - BOTTOM SECTION Has all-new food life preserver. No wrapping of foods necessary. * * * - CENTER SECTION Regular refrigerator department has exclusive Frigidaire Frost Free control. * * - TOP SECTION - Freezer department has huge 152 Ib. capacity for all frozen foods. GM Of E1CEUEICE _. THIS 1968 MODEL IS 100!, FROST PROOF WITH A MEAT TENDER AND MUCH MORE! Food-life Preserver No wrap. No unwrap. No rewrap. Moist- Cold Zone keeps food from drying out without covering. Separate high humidity section of refrigerator helps you save time, money, too! Big Flowing Cold Meat Tender Holds up to 9.9 Ibs. Keeps most meats fresh for up to a week. Stain-resistant Porcelain Enamel finish. Frost-Proof You'll never defrost again! No mess, no fuss, and no space lost to frost! Frost- Proof never lets frost form. TITONKA, IOWA "Service Specialists" Phone 928-2127

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