November 2, 1961 jftomesf November 2, 1961 \ •-.'••-' \ \ ••!.• Ik COLDS COUGHS SNIFFLES ..,'•.• •'• •.*',:! i '.._•'- ''- _ ' . * This Is The Season For All T he Family To Be Oh Guard And Prevent Serious Illness'Fi|rtl Striking Some Member Down. Get On That Illness As SbdttvM It Starts. If Medical Attention is Neetted,Call Your Dottol" At The Earliest Possible Time. Remember : — He Is Ready 24 Hours A Day To SerVe You, So Try Not To Call Him After Hours Unless It Is Really Necessary. We Are Also Ready 24 Hou rs A Day To Guard Your Health. Call On Us For Your Prescriptions. ' • . - ,. i RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Ringsted Girl Shower Honoree if evimng Oct." 26, Judy Christens'ehVjvas honored at a miscellaneoita shower at St. Paul's Lutheran .chtlrch Mrs. Herbert Smith i.eiWceea the program which began 'with devotions ' by Mrs. Harold! Justice. The guests then sahg, With Mrs. Paul Glasnapp acconipahy, ing, at. the piano. Mrs, Glasrfapp then • sang with Mrs. Tom. ,!ff)r- kelsori as accompanist, Mrs.' Bhul Hutchinson then conducted a game. Mrs. Frank Colegrove and Sonja played a piano duet.'Mrs Paul Hutchinson then read two poems. Miss Christensen'opened-hei gifts, assisted by Mrs. '-Lowell Chfistenseh and Sharon Oleson. 117 East State St. CY 4-2349 Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Mark returned home, this week from Iowa City • where Mark underwent surgery On, his left foot. Mark 1 will return ^to Iowa City in several weeks for a check-up. Mrs. Darwin Hill of Stanhope, and "Mrs. Hazel Kastler of Woolstock visited . over the weekend at the home of Mrs. SilasAjohn- son at Swea City and with Mrs Leonard Lund here. Mrs. John Kramer is recuper ating from recent . surgery a Estherville hospital. Mr. and Mrs James Hatten and family of Ban croft, Mr, and Mrs. Everett John son of Ledyard and Mrs. Alber Gillespie of Windom^Minn, vis ited this week'with the women t - • ' * Where you want to * When /you want to * Regardless of weather . v * ••**•.*. '* *AII winter long Tire$fon* WINTER Applied on sound tire bodies or your own tires 22 'foF SIZE 7.50-14 BLACKWALL TUBEIESS *pfus tax and two trade-in tires Our Winter Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark, art - GUARANTEED t,'Against defects in wort- manship and material) during life ol tread. 8, Against normal road has- ards (except repairable punctures) encountered in everyday passenger car nee for 12 months. Repairs made without charge. replacements prorated on tread wear and based on list prices current at tune 1 of adjustment. mother, Mrs. Kramer. Mr. arid Mrs. Peter Thorsoh observed their 49th wedding an niversary Monday at their home Their guests were Mr. and Mrs Fred Brown of Mason City, Mrs August Nelson, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Halverson of Fenton, Rev. and Mrs. Stanley, Hanscn Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Peterson and Judith Ann, Mrs. Anton Vammen, Mrs. Nels Petersen and Bcrthina, Mrs. Mervin Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. George Neve. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg were honored at a housewarming at their 'new home Thursday evening. Seneca friends and relatives who gathered were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, -Mr. and Mrs 1 . Bertie Berkeland, Mr. and Mrs Henry Wilberg all of Fenton, Mr: and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen Mrs. Cleo Classon, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Ullestad, Mrs. Jens Hal, verson, Mrs. Esther Jensen bl tore.' The Wilbergs were present- 3d with a purse after the guests brought and served the evening lunch. Cheerleaders were chosen foi the coming basketball season. The high school student body chose Vickie Wiley, Pam Giffin, Janet Jensen, Myrna Thompson and Judy Hansen as alternate.. Junior 4-H Sets 1962 Plans Gloria /?ee/er Werfs Up The 4-H objectives and plans for the 3962 junior leadership program were discussed by the Kossuth Junior Leaders, October 23. .. 1 . The business meeting was conducted by Kathleen Eden, Titonka. Art Mogler, Whittomore, told of his experiences at State Leadership Camp. Audrey Gardner. Algona, gave a talk on the standards of Iowa 4-H clubs and Mary Beth Reilly, Algona, spoke on "Who are Junior Leaders and What do they do?" A panel presented the eleven fowa 4-H objectives and defined these by giving examples of what the local clubs are doing to meet these objectives. .Members of the panel were — Audrey Gardner, narrator; Judy Willrett, Alan Bode, Mary Beth Reilly, Art Mogler and Kathleen Eden. WHITEWALLS ONLY TWO DOLLARS MORE A PAIR GUARANTEED AGAINST Road Hazards in all 50 States and Canada Girl Scouts Elect Girl Scout troop 414 met .Monday at 4 p.m. with Mrs. Jean McAteer. .^Membership consists . *6t Sherrie Baker, Darla Carr, Katheen Crawford. Jane Fraser, 3ecky Fraser, Paula Lindquist Susan McAtee, Jean Robinson, Diane Reefer, Brenda Sjogren, and Cindy Schumacher. Badge- discussion and plans • were made .to meet at Ambrose Call State Park Nov. 4. Officers' 'elected were Darla Carr, pres., Brenda Sjogren, vice pres., Jane Fraser, treas., Sue McAtee, sec., publicity, Jean Robinson, calling, Paule Lindquist and Debbie Wetzel and song leader, Becky Fraser. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Gloria Jean Reefer, sister o. Mrs. Tom Fridolfson of Algona became the bride of Ronald Brown, son of Mrs. Anita Brown and the late Martin Brown oJ Sioux Rapids, in a ceremony Sunday, Oct. 15 in Trinity Lutheran church. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated, Wilbert Ruhnke was organist and Mrs. Jim Gade sang. Diane Markla was maid 01 honor and bridesmaids were Donna- Reefer anc] Judy Marlow Jack Sylvester was best man and Arthur Barglof and Garry Nat terstad, groomsmen, John DuBois and Nile Brown were ushers. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin brocade. It was fash ipned .with a sculptured neckline and bridal point sleeves. The gored skirt had pouf f side panels a'"scalloped hemline arid eridee in a Chapel train. Her veil was held in place with a 'headpiece with a large rose of Ivory satin brocade. Her flowers were a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and ivory roses. Immediately following thr ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Anr note on his US trip . . . camels! The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and attended Mankato Commercial College She has been employed at Honsbruch Drug store here. The bridegroom is a graduate 'of Cor- nell high school and is a farmer. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks, the couple will live at Sioux Rapids, (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) Algona A-OKs The first meeting of the Algona A—OKs was held at the home of Gloria and Kathi Joseph. Officers were elected as follows: president, Judy Egel, vice, Gloria, secretary, Pam Kees, treasurer, Cheri Boeckholt, historian Jackie Limbaugh, reporter, Kathi Joseph, safety, Nancy Elmore, librarian Debbie Krause, music, Donna Asa, recreation, Margaret Utt and Rose Friders, photographers, Janice Limbaugh and Patti Balluff, health, Susan Bul- .lQc.k.v«Mr»«.Joseph* and Mrs. Fri dei-s are"" leaders. • • PUMPKIN A pumpkin weighing 43 pounds was raised on the Ear Peeks farm near Marengo. The pumpkin measured 17 x 16 and was 14 inches high. YAM Mrs. Al Denner of Waverly recently displayed a 10 Vi pound yam which came from her garden. The yam, 9 inches in di- imeter is over four times larger than a normal size specimen. ' Bradley Fi of Alw« Hotel Ypur FIRISTONE Wholesal e and Retail Dealer, OR VIKING OIL CO., Algonq CHROME SIRVICf, Algojia MURRAY Oil CO,, Bancroft BUTCH'S P-X, Whitte more Phon, CY 4-2431, Algpna, la. KRAUSE "66", Fenton LAPPE'S D*X, B«jrt WAGNER D*, Algpna ED'S D-X, Algona No. 1 Of A Series WHO BELONGS? Kossulh County has 262 teachers representing 9 high schools, the county office, and two rural schools, Granl Township and Bancroft Independent. The enrollment in their professional 'organizations is I.S.E.A., 262, and N.E.A., 233. The N.E.A. is the largest professional organization in the world. On May 31. 1961 the membership totalled 765,616. Teachers who believe "where there is unity there is strength" and "who are loyal to theft profession" belong to their Local, State and National Associations. These organizations fight for: (1) better education and equal opportunity for every child, regardless of race, creed, color or ability, to obtain the best education possible for his or her welfare, and (2) to elevate the character and advance the interests of the leaching profession and to promote the cause of education in the United States. The goal for N.E.A. membership is "A Million or More by 64". The schools in Kossuth County who are now 100 percent Local, State and National in membership are Algona, Burl, Lakota, LuVerne, Swea City and Titonka. Harold W. Martin Membership Chairman INTRODUCING THE I.S.E.A. REPRESENTATIVE FROM . . . TITONKA [*?ef 94. ty , *^kot« « ' ! ' ft f ?^B^:'^^ff^ *mtii!i***r d Former Eagle Twp. Man Dies InDesMoines Swea-Eagle — A former Eagle township man, Ingvard Ostergaard, Ringstod, died at a hospital in Des Moinos, Oct. 16, where he had been a patient for a month. Mr. Ostergaard was born in Denmark, as was his wife, the former Magdalene Anderson, who preceded him in death in 1955. He came to the United States and to Ringsted in 1900. They came to Eagle township February 8, 1934, where ;hey farmed for 11 years, retiring and moving back to Ringsted in 1945. Two sons survive, Don, Miami, Fla., and Arne, on the homo place in Eagle township. There are three grandchildren. Services were held at the Thomas Funeral Chapel at'Ring- ited Oct. 18 and interment was . n St. John's cemetery at ; Ringi sted. Swea Homemakers Swea Homemakers met Oct. 17 at the home of Mrs. Glen Olson with Mrs. Elvin Swanson assisting. Devotions were by Mrs. Dettmer Thompson. Mrs. Harold Jones and Mrs. Rudy Peterson reported on the Betty Crocker tour. Mrs. Ralph Walker and Mrs. Elvin Swanson. were appointed to a committee to check on the Swea township community hall for cleaning before election. Election of officers was held, with all of last year's officers resuming their duties for the ensuing year, president, Mrs. Glen Clark, vicQ president, Mrs. Glen Olson, sec.-treasurer, Mrs. Maynard Jensen, and Mrs. Ralph Walker, publicity chairman. Mrs. Art E. Anderson and Mrs. Rudolph Peterson ' gave lessons on crafts. Eagle Homemakers Eagle Homemakers met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Warren Brones with Mrs. James Rock assisting. Devotions were by Mrs. R,0ck and Mrs. Brones. BothV'reaa' poems. The cobkout lesson was given by Mrs. PaVtl ~Wieqhrhann and- Mrs. Arnold Duer. Ideas for Christmas will be featured at the November meeting, which will be at the home of Mrs. Virgil Tokheim with Mrs. Arnold Duer assisting. •Triple Honor Roll MEMBER SCHOOL SYSTEMS Harley Lehman, now in his eighth year at Titonka; taught 2 years at Ayrshire prior to that; teaches vocational ag and physics; graduate of Iowa State U. in 1952; 31 years old, is married and has two children, Jeff, 3, and Diane, 5 months. PRESENTED BY AND PAID FOR PRIVATELY BY THE KOSSUTH COUNTY UNIT OF THE IOWA STATE EDUCATION ASS'N. Saturday evening callers at the Martin Gabel home were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gabel and Mrs. F. Carlson and Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley and Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. Vir- jil Preston and sons and Pat, Binzen were Sunday dinner juests at the Joe Ci'owley home at Lone Rock. Mi-, and Mrs. Eldon Heidecker and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Gene Thomp. on home. Mrs, Pete Beier of Sioux Fall? visited over the weekend with icr parents, the Virgil Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berg and 'amily of Emmons, Minn, vis- ted Sunday at the Virgil Jen- ens. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen at- ended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for the Richrd Krumms ut Armstrong Sun- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnon spent Thursday to Sunday at le home of their daughter and amily, Dr. and Mrs. Eurl De- Zeeuw at Orion, 111., and with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Iromley at Clinton. Spending Sunday at the Sara .arson cottage on South Silver ..ake were Mr. and Mrs. Walter ''Green and family, Mr. and [rs. Art Larson and family and fir. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and Sharon. Sunday visitors at the Martin Geerdes home were Donald Geerdes and Ronnie, and evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riesdorfer of Lakota. BYF members Lowell Jensen, Billy Clark, Richard Olson, Carol Franks, Twila Pulver, Kay McCoy, Barbara Bishop, Roger Sanders and Larry Kluger attended the Baptist State Convention at Fort Dodge Saturday and Sunday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Nora Olson and their sponsor, Mrs. Marvin Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson of Humboldt, attended the, 50th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar? Biddle at the Baptist church at West Concord, Minn. Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Barker of Fairmont spent Friday afternoon at ;he home of her sister, Mrs. William Tobin. Darold Gabel spent 10 days visiting his parents, the Martin Gabels, coming Wednesday ev«»- jing, from a five day visit with ii§ brother and family, the Floyd Gabels at Fayette, Mo. SALES BOOKS P*| M«i»» Pub.
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