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Award Night 1$ HeldforJ-H Cliibs, Lakofa Lakdta — The annual award • night tot the Lakota Luckies and the* Aggressive jLads 4-H clubs toas held Saturday evening, Nov. 18, at the city hall In Lakota, Linda Hoeppner introduced this members of the club and gave a summary of th'e year's activities. David Sleper reported on" the year's 'activities. The 4-H ' leaders' and other special guests were introduced. The girls leaders are Mrs. W. D, Ley, Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner and Mrs. Nick 1 Thoinseri. 8oy9"-lead- ers are Ray. Beaker and Nick Thomsen. Miss Avis, Lettow, Kossuth co. home economist Was a guest. Miss Lettow, assisted by Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, cohlniittee-wo- man, presented awafds to: Lucille Anderson, Gloria Rademaker, Arllss Christ,- Marsha Smith, Carolyn Ley, Gloria Heyes, Kathy Heetland, Kathy Christ, Margaret Powers and Linda Hoeppner. Carolyn Ley won the county award for having an outstanding secretary's book in the county and was presented a pin. Top record book awards'went to Lucille Anderson, 'Lfnda Hoeppner, Carolyn Ley. . t Award Winning Aggressive Lads were: Richard Paulsen, Linda Hoeppner, -Arnold Sachs, Donna Kayser, Linda Hoeppnet and, Margaret Powers. IN REAL ESTATE SALES, APPRAISEMENTS & ADVICE... CHOOSE A MEMBER OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY REAL ESTATE BOARD They are licenced for Real Estate Transactions and will handle your Real Estate problems to your complete satisfaction as they "are experienced and capable. The following Real Estate Brokers & 'Salesmen • are members of the Kossuth County Real Estate Board. These licensed men cooperate on all Real Estate situations — to your benefit. The Kossuth County Real Estate Board meets regularly to study and discuss Real Estate problems and they are ready, willing and capable of serving you. BORT — ,' • H. E. Rachut FENTON — Lloyd M. Berkland Gerald H. Voigt LUVERNE -<- • • Jon A. J^elson SWEA CITYv^- A. J. Bilsborough > ' ' Gifford'P. Smith LAKQTA s- Robert -.Hamilton I. v & cWortrnan 5 " V TITONKA-i. . ! Gordon Hansen LONE ROCK rr I'' " Kenneth jfafckion Nels 'J. Anderson A: F.,Ag^na , Allen S K. {Buchanan Oliver S. Carlson Karl G. .Ewoldt : Joel M. HerbSt Ted-S. Herbst • , E. J. Hough "!'.' H. D. Hutchins *. Leon H. Laird w •' 'Jerry.M. Jjewis -, \ '•••' C. B. Murtagh BANCROFT ->A. W. Kennedy . Kenneth Mulligan •'•Verl-Smith-'.;\! '' ' Above Members Use Only Approved Commission = :l •JM.-.y'tr: 1 * •> CHRISTMAS BONUSES and gifts can continue to give pleasure and profit all year, if placed in a savings account here. It is available later if you need it. Meanwhile it works hard earning at our above average rate. It's extra —• so save it! 4% current rate per annum HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION A£GQNA,IQWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER fU,AC| TO ' LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY Kfdon,Sa6hs was*, elected 16 ,t« two year term as extension defector for Lincoln township, ' Mr. • and' Mrs:, T, .R,. Wle of Ledyard were - Saturday, afternoon visitors' at the John Fufsts. Sunday evening visitors at the Kenneth Aukes home w*ere Mr. and s 'Mrs« Ted Aukes of, Buffalo Center'. . '. ' Dr. and Mrs^H,- H, Murray ai- tended the*'wedding of.Dr. Murray's nephew, Johh Murray, "to Beverly y Larson of Hake 1 ' fit R&ke. Saturday eVeningY t '-- " ' Mf. and 'Mrs. "H.- Di Mussmau attended a ,fhanksgWm|!.; dinner at the Harold Kiestet hdiffc. at Elmore, MinhV-'Otheii!gUestS/were Mr, and >trs. R.. CS kiester of Mason, Ci'ty.iMr. aU'd-Mrs. D. C.' Kiester ,,b£" Dlnfc-re'^ ,-,, - -\ * ' * Mr. and' Mrs/ $$£.' Powers of filmore v Were" Thankigiving' guests.,af the S. P. Powers Kbme,. , Friday - evening' guests , at the Keririeth Aukes, home were :'Af> and'Mrs, Ray Meyer of Elmore/' Mn and Mrs. ,W., E. Meyer and Walter Meyer. ,, "Bill ' Schroeders had as their Thanksgiving guests their daughter; and fafhily, the F. G: Schmidts of St, ,Ansgar. Mr. and y Mrs. G, A,LGutknecht, Emma, .Lena and Ed Gt&knecht and Lotiise ThaveS were Thanksgiving guests' , at. the Burdette Hoeppners. : i •••' ' : ,.* ' Thanksgiving guests at• - the Albert Johnson' home were Mrsi Edward Slama and Leroy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slama of Win- hebago, Mifm. ~ , • ' Mr. and* Mrs. Vincent 'Miller and family were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller at Manchester, Minn. '^Ben- Odlan& of Compton, Cal. visited from' Tuesday until Sat- urdaV "with his sister ahd< family, the W. D. Leys. Thanksgiving dinner guests at- ; the Leys were ;Mr. Odland,. Mrs. 'Wheeiei and!Mrs. •Dpris .: Smith :! ';of Ft. Dodge. • Mr. and.Mrs..Bob Beemer were Thanksgiving guests; at the.Guy Beemer home at Webster City. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hertzke went to' Beatrice, ;Neb.', -where: they got their son, Steven, ana he spent the Thanksgiving holidays at home. , : .."• i ; ;; Mr. arid Mrs. Robert' Hamilton and family.. were Thanksgiving guests : of her :motheri :Mrs. Tillie Swanspn ^at ;Postville5 ; ; John 1 -, Cordes; r wHoj,' attends Central ^ College "at; iPella, spent Thanksgiving j vacatipn at the parental- John Cordes home. JFriday afternoon, Mrs. Alfred Christ .entertained four of Robert's classmates on his. 12th birthday. _. , Mr. and Mrs. .Don darken and .Lisa w'ere Thanksgiving dinner guests at the'Vayne- '"' '" ^.— "»»» w **^.7 ft*,-i*J*--^f3*f ?^?-^. :• ^»41«^c*^njyj hjl Thompsons^ ,were Mr. ani Mrs. Bob Shillington and family of • Algona. Mrs. A. C. Klocke and Mrs. Lena Swartz were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence Swartz ,at Blue Earth, Minri. .. :Mrs; Don Boyd and children went to the Bill Grettenberg home at Dawsoh for Thanksgiving. , 'Mrs. Signe Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis''Bishop were Sunday guests at the Alfred Christ home, : 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Christ and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ and family were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. William Schutter at Titonka. Other guests were the Ubbe, Ubben family, the Herman Ubben family and the Franklin Schutter family of Titonka , and Mrs. Jessie •. tiurl- burt, Los Angeles. Cal. ' Thanksgiving supper guests at the Henry darken ,• home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Bprmann and family of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Don darken of Buffalo Center and Mr, and. Mrs, Harold darken of Webster City. Mike and Pat darken, went home with the Don Bormanns Thursday and returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gardner were" .Thanksgiving guests at the John Griese home. Thanksgiving guests at the George Baumann home were Mr, and Mrs., Ronald Bauman of Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bauman and family of Haii- lantown and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. William Reggun- itt of Grand Forks, N. D, are parents of nheir first child, "a, daughter born Nov. 15, Mrs. Harry Blorne is the maternal grand- you'r© sure' to be .right With a ' A ^Mfc • ^ * ^ ^ ' .^i^ M V - A •* * A . m i j . .' -• , "' • from... ~*^g#*$>* tt *8gS^*' a ''' w *'«»^'!S' | BROWN ^ii* SHOE STORE ALGONA. IOWA mother. - •' . ,,;cv" Mr. and Mrs. Henry^Bdettchlf were Thanksgiving' guests 1 6i their son, Mr. sha^Mrs.-LeoRafd Boettcher at Wlnnebago', MMS. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Meyer wjfete Sunday callers ,at the Heftfy Boettchers. Thanksgiving guests at tne Alfred Christ's were .Mrs. Lewis Bishop of Cedar Rapids, Dennis Christ, Decorah, and Mi 1 . a*nd Mrs. Ernest Christ. - •' Thanksgiving guests at the Robert Stenzels were Mrv ana Mrs, LeRoy Richardson and Lynette of Ledyard and Mr. arid'Mrs. Earl Thompson, Janice and Phillip. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson, Johnnie and Vickie were Thanksgiving guests at the Merril Thompson's. . " '', ,• Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 'Ennebefg \yere Thanksgiving guests ot hei' 1 patents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen'P.e'- lets at Emmoris, Mirin. •j- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stenzol and • family were Sunday * : guests at his mothers, Mrs. Elsie Stenzel at Elmore, Minn. ; Thanksgiving, guests 'at , tht Vernon' Smith's were Mrr and Mrs. Wayne Heetland and family of- ( Nprthfield, Minn.', Mr. and Mrs'- V -J.. • .Blame and family,, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heel- land, Mr; and Mrs. James Smith, Hannah' Heetland and Shirley Smith of, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts and Mrs. Chris Englebarts ana family were among the .Thanksgiving guests "at the Melvin En> .glebarts home at,Woden. Mr. and Mrs. James. Meurer, Bruce and Jan were Thanksgiving visitors with; "her mother, Mrs. Fredia' Zellmer, at Lewisville', Minn. : Mr. and 'Mrs. Stanley Sleeker and family were Thanksgiving guests at her parents, TStr. and Mrs. Roy, Ehrhardt al Swea .City. , Thanksgiving guesls it the P. C. Gellenfeldt'S' were Mr, find Mrs.* L. Sells oft. Cedar' Rapids Mr. and 'Mrs., Leo Johnson of Curlew and Mr- and' Mrs. • Willis Sain of Coon-, Rapids. - ' Mr. and Mrs Paul' Kollasch and family and Mrs. Jennie Gut- knechl were Thanksgiving guesls at the Roland Smith home. '• Mr.-and 1 'Mrs. Wayne Heetland and' family," Nbrthfield, Minn, visited wilh the Jerry Heellands. Linda; Spear visited with ;hei; brother Robert Spear.at .Waterloo last,week. . ' .,'- , ' ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Leon Kramer and Julie of > St. Paul • Park, • Mjnn. were weekend guests at the'par- ental A. C. Bierstedt home. " •Portland Twp ^^fll-Mi-*: 'vicfor^ItciH ftome for the Thanksgiving holidays. : ' : Mr. and Mrs. fy'L. Rasmussen grid family were ThdhkSgivlng guests in the home, of'Mr. Ras- fhussen's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Charbohneaux at Britt. " ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Echer o£ Hopkins, Minn., aunt and uncle of Mr. Rasmussen, Were Sunday dinner guests in the A. L. Ras- ifnUssen home. • Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber find family, Mr. .and Mrs. Joe Miller and family, Algona, and Mrs. Leona Wolf, Bancroft, were Thanksgiving guests in the Dave ^eber home near Lone Rock. f Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reid of Letts and Mrs. Allen Hahn and daughter Teresa of Davenport came Friday night to spend the Weekend with their daughter and sister, Mrs, Stanley Ruse and family. r Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister a!nd family were Thanksgiving g\iests in the home of Mrs. Meister's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R V. Cox of Fort Dodge. In the afternoon they went to Wall Lake where they were supper guests in the William Meister, Sr. home and were overnight, guests, The 'next day they were dinner guests in the Francis Mejster home. - '. Mrs. Julia Reynolds, 'Florence -Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Biir Hagen, all of Titbnka, -i were Sun^ .day evening visitors in the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home. :•• Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and Mr. and Mrs. .George Koestler and Vickie went to Arnolds Park Sunday where they attended ser^ vices in the' Methodist church where Rev, Art ' Carnpney has charge, They were visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Cahipney in the afternoon. ; ; ' '•• Jerry Koestl'er is home after finishing his -training at Fort Sill, Okla. He is now employed kt Britt. " , •. '. - * '•' Thanksgiving guests in the Ray McWhorter home Were Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Johns, Tim, Mike and Debra, Dubuque, and . Mr, and Mrs. Frank Becker and family. :. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. 'and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley and family, al' pf Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family of Lu Verne all went to the, Martin ^Becker home in Algona to help "(Martin Becker celebrate his bnty-second birthday. I "If we must continue to make atomic bombs, let's not do it in p sense of honor and with an air of superiority, but in admission in penilence and tears,; .that we nave failed to create the kind o world in which men can live to;ether in .peace." • panied Mft aiid Mrs. Harold Soft- det and family of Algona to Atlantic Friday whefe they visited until Sunday. Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock they attended the wedding of Jeannette Lemke'to lenn Peters at Atlantic. The new Mrs. Peters is the granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Longseth. Mr. Peters is a' teacher at Roland. Judy Halsrud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, had a tonsilectomy at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Monday. She re- .urned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards nsited at Marshall, Minn, from Triday until Saturday evening. They visited Mrs. J. B. Christian- ion, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simmons, \lir. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Christiansen and family and with a niece and 'ahiily,' : Mr.• and Mrs. Robert Mc- Cee and Elizabeth of Pittsburgh, 'a. Mrs. J. B. Christiansen is a sister of Mrs. Richards and Ray and Cecil''Simmons are brothers, Mrs, Essie Cooper entertained at a canasta • party Tuesday eve- FOR MOTHER - DAD - CHILDREN Thanksgiving guests .in : the Wendell Ringsdprf home w6re Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdoiri, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys , of Estherville, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf of Burt,' ; Mr. and Mrs. : Brink Shipler and Dale of Swea City, and Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Brett. C Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Schmidt of Ruthven came Wednesday and were early Thanksgiving supper guests at the Verle Schmidt's in Titonka, then Spent the night in the Ray Fitch home. They took Mr. and Mrs. Fitch to Livermore where they were all Thanksgiving guests in the Feu-bus Stiltz home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Robert' Skilling' and Mrs Larry Stiltz .and three children of Victorville, Gal. • Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. Idn Chism of Algona were Tuesday callers in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Jean Steven of Mason City ana Mr. and Mrs. Milton Steven and family were Thanksgiving guests in the Jay Steven home. Mrs, George Seymour and daughter Machelle of Madison, Wise, arrived, Wednesday anu visited until Sunday in the home of her grandmother, Mrs.' Elizabeth Kennedy. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Seymour and Machelle and Mrs. Kennedy went to Rodman where they visited the Elmer Ericksons. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and Nancy, Lime Springs, Mrs. Minnie Larsen of Titonka, Mr. ana Mrs. Verner Lau and Barbara of Klemme and Mrs. Elsie Moore were late ThanHsgiving guests in the Glen Larsen home Sunday. Thanksgiving guests .in the Rollo Moore home were,' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen, Cheryl a.n4 NeaJ. Mrs. Herman Gruis and Mr. and , Mrs. Be| ( Gruis and family of Buffalo Ceiv- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and family went tq Buffalo. Qeu- ter Thursday evening where ,tney visited Mrs, Harm's sisjer, Mrs, Porothy Rippentrop. . Mrs. Otto Reutzel of Belgrade. Minn, visited in the home Qf "Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Tienan Brothers Saturday evening. Mrs. Herman Harms, and Mrs. Henry Van Hove went to Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rjngsdorf and boys of Esthervillp and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Brett were Sunday guests in the ^Donald Ringsclorf home, Mr, and Mrs. Roilo Moore and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family were Sunday visitors in the Herman Harms home. ,,pavfji Rasmussen, who is at- Iov/4-CSty cdiue . ThuKticfy, November 30, t96t ajflono (la.) Upper Pet Mate**-? They returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Banwari visited Friday and Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Koehl at Hancock, Minn. Home for Thanksgiving from the State University of Iowa at iowa City were Douglas Daniel and Donald Waechter; from Luther College at Decorah, Petet Holt and Martin Malmln; from Iowa State University at Ames, Jerry Wehrspann; from South Dakota State College at Brookings, Ronald Ellingson and Delbert Wehrspann; from Drake University at Des Moines, Diana Struthers; from State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, Gary Schultz. , Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacobson and Cynthia of Grand Forks, North Dakota spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, Merle Holt and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobson of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiir and sons of Barnum, Minn, were Saturday overnight guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle; 'Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coyle and family of Lu- Verhe and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brahdhbij and family of Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christianson and family of Hayfield. Minn, were Sunday visitors at the Fred Kampen's. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and Randy attended the seventy- fifth birthday party for Mrs. Manda Mitsven at Bode Sunday.' Mrs. Mitsven is the mother of Mrs. Watnem, , , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwun and girls left Wednesday for.Ft. 1 Scott, Kansas, to visit her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, J. R. Pfister. Friday, they went to Sabetha, Kansas, where they visited at the home, of Mr. Banwart's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strahm. •OTTOSEN ''••" Mrs Donald Usher Arlys Ann Wehrspann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Allan Wehr- spann,, had an appendectomy at Liitheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Tuesday night. She came to the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, Monday to stay ^or a few days. Mrs. Martin Meyer suffered a heaYt attack Friday morning and is hospitalized at St. Ann at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson returned Saturday after a two week' trip to Washington state. Mrs. John Larson and Jay remained, at Tacoma where her husband is stationed. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vin- aa,s. , A Ft. Dodge District Luther League convention was held at St.' Olaf Lutheran church at Bode Sunday. Attending from here were. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain, Mary Anne and Rachel Holt, Ruth and Sara Usher, Carie Mae Haug, Stephen Evenson, Gloria Tofteberg and Susan Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Holmes of Cedar Falls are the parents pf a son, Drew Eugene, born Nov. 13. Mrs. Holmes is the former Darlene Ellingson. Mr. ana Mrs, Elmer Ellingson are the maternal grandparents. Mrs, Anna Longseth accom- CEILING TILE V9H don't hare to be » Handy- tq do a perTect job of in*• acou»Uc»l tiie on an old Of new wiping, -We'll lell you the fjwy w«y |UEi4 we'H gft you slaiie4 rij>h|,, for quie»nw» end beauty, <b«e's nothing like an acoustical ceiling. Cgme in soon and see the Wftfty sew designs for every room in joui home. Use our budget BRONSON BLD'G. SERVICE Hwy. 18 Make it a White Christmas Give her a Gas Appliance! Hare are three gift hints for Smart Santas... W^^W^^W&WfawWWV^*****!* Gas Dryers Watch her face light up at Christmas time when she sees a new Gas Dryer in the house. It will save her many hours of work during the winter months and she'll soon find it is one of the'last 'i • -f-'~ . things she'd ever give up. It's a wonderful gift for any wife — come in and see our fine selection at reasonable prices. ' , ' ;. Gas Ranges For the freshest ideas in gas ranges, see our selection . . . many on our floor to choose from . . . liberal trade-in .on your o'd range too. An appliance makes a fine gift. If you cannot find the range you are looking for here, try any of the other gas appliance dealers in Algona. But make sure you buy GAS APPLIANCES . . your savings in gas will help pay for the new appliance. Gaslites The Perfect Cifl For An 0 / Housewife ,,, What better time to light your yard, entry or backyard patio than the holiday season, A Gas-lite will give your home a festive air and will provide you with wonderful light for patio picnics and barbecuing next summer . . . costs only a few pennies a week to use . . . ask about one for your home this Christmas. See These Appliances At Your Favorite Algonu Appliance Dealer or At The . . t t t A NEW Gaslito •*• ' TH» *IO»T ANPBO AD > PUCIONS) N DBCOHATIV* Outdoor LOOK pa* mm NAMW €**« *!•*«& 1 NORTH CENTRAL S ERVICE MlRf*'™ ^ m ^^ T^ i, • ». . i i* s"^^Sp4*i'> - 1 ' ,*•- •

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