ROUND THE LAKE PARK, Oct. 27--Mrs. James Jaycox hosted a farewell coffee party on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 20 for Mrs. Helen Petersen of Lake Park, who will soon move to Arizona to live. ' Guests were Mrs. Millie Meyer, Mrs. Bud Peterson, Mrs. Arnie Geerdes, Mrs. Maynard Johnson, Mrs. Donald Dingel, Mrs. Helen Gembler, and Mrs. Helen Petersen. A social afternoon was spent together. Mrs. .Ray Timm was a Tuesday afternoon visitor in the Viola Timm home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krohling of Primghar were Sunday', Oct. 23 afternoon visitors and supper guests in the Howard Niehaus home. Thursday, Oct. 20 potluck dinner guests of Mrs. Frieda Jansen were Mrs. Lizzie Eggers, Mrs. Carrie Hass, Mrs. Margaret Bergendahl and Mrs. Chris Hass. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fenske of Hoskins, Neb. came Tuesday and spent a few days with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Godfrey in Lake Park. Mrs. Lorrence Paskert spent last Thursday visiting friends at Estherville, la. Mrs. Lillie Roslansky and Mrs. Frieda Jansen attended the open house for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.. Adolph Nissen at the Lutheran church in Lakefield, Mn. on Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran cnurcn. Later they, were visitors in the Mrs. Rudy Voss home in Lakefield, Mn. Mrs. James Buchman was a Friday -overnight guest of her niece, Mrs. Caroline Riebeling of Sioux Falls, S.D. at George, la. On Saturday they called on Mrs. Tena Scholten at the Riverview Nursing Home near Cherokee, where Mrs. Scholten is a resident now. Mrs. Buchman returned home to Lake Park Saturday evening. Mrs. Fred Sohn and sister Mrs. Kuehl of Glenwood, Mn. and Viola Timm were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Hilda Karste at the Senior Manor. Saturday evening potluck supper guests in the Mrs. Frieda Jansen home were Mr. and- Mrs. Eldon Jansen, Stuart, Mario and Steve, Mrs. Cheryl Curtis and Peggy of rural Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jansen, Missy and James of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. George Steen of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker and Herman Stoltenberg. Cards were enjoyed after supper. Mrs. John Eastman was a Wednesday afternoon coffee guest in the Mrs. Ernest Mumm home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss of Okaiichwe, Wis. arrived last Monday at the Willie Bergendahl home. ITiey also visited with Mrs. Anna Rodenberg and with Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Newbrough. They returned to their home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Cook visited in the Rick Cook home in Kansas City," Mo. from Oct. 14 through the 17th., On their way home they visited with Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Frank Anderson at the Iowa Lutheran Home in Madrid, la. LAKE PARK, Oct. 27--Mrs. Verly Byers, and Mrs. Arlo Piper and Mrs. Florence E. Arnold were Monday afternoon visitors in the Mrs. Nettie Lenz home. Mrs. Ernest Heuer of Glenwood, Mn. came Friday and spent the weekend in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sohn of Lake Park. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ahrenstorff, Rod, Stacey and Chad of Worthington, Mn. were Tuesday evening supper guests in the Mrs. Lillie Roslansky home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lenz of Minneapolis were Friday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phillips of May City were Friday afternoon callers in the Mrs. Wilbur Daggett home. Mrs. Ernie Petersen of Lakefield, Mn., Mrs. Freddie Ahrenstorff, Mrs. Lfllie Roslansky and Mrs. Jerome Hemmingson were Friday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Helen Petersen in her home. Mr. Art Bamsey of Cedar Rapids left on Tuesday morning to go to Ida Grove to visit in the Art Horton home before going on to Harlan and Peabody, Kans. before going home. He had visited his sister Mrs. M. J. Karnis and with other relatives and friends in this area since Friday evening. Mrs. Nancy Biklen left on Monday . from the airport in Sioux Falls, S.D. to visit a sister in Illinois for a week before returning to her home in Sarasota, Fla. She had visited in the Rev. M. W. Billen home for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sigge Ahrenstorff, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ahrenstorff of Gary, S. D., Mrs. Lillie Roslansky, Mrs. Jerome Hemmingson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald' Lev, Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Ahrenstorff of rural Lake Park, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowry, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Benson, Robyn, and Brad, Mr. Dick Petersen of Arnolds Park, M. Sberrie Cook and Scott and Mrs. Helen Petersen were Saturday evening supper guests at Crescent Beach and after supper hours sient in the Bob Benson home as a farewell get- together for Mrs. Helen Petersen who will soon be moving to Arizona. Mrs. Wilbur Daggett attended the funeral rites for Earl Gettier at Melvin on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson of Iowa City, and son of Virginia, and Daryl Titterington of Chamberlain, S.D. were Friday afternoon visitors in the Adam Lenz home. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bergendahl were Friday evening coffee guests in the Gene Jacobsen Â· home Mowing the football game. Mrs. Charlene Hedquist and daughter were Saturday evening callers in the Mrs. Adam Lenz home. Mrs. Olive Nagel entertained at a bridge luncheon on Friday. Guests were Mrs. Eloise Hertz from Ocheyedan, Mrs. Lola Graham, and Mrs. Lily Stoltenberg. Â·Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wiese entertained 38 relatives, friends and neighbors at a baby shower for Mrs. Merle Wiese and baby son. Mrs. Bessie Goodell was a Friday morning caller in the Kenneth Myrick home. Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Bbyer hdme were Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rehms, Jason and Justin of Sioux Falls. Saturday callers in the Bessie Goodell. home were Mrs. Donald Goodell and Becky. Mrs. Bessie Goodell was a Sunday 'dinner guest in 1 the Donald Goodell home to help Gary Goodell of Mankato,. Mn. celebrate his birthday. Several members of the Senior Citizens of Lake Park entertained us on Friday afternoon by singing several selections for us. Then 12 /new songbooks were presented to the Care Center for their residents to use in singing familiar songs. We say "thank you" to the Sr. Citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rudd Jr. of St. Paul, Mn. visited his grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Rudd, on Saturday, Oct. 22. Letters To The Editor Mrs. Jack Sjostrom called on her mother, Mrs. Ethel Snell on Sunday. Mrs. Helen Karnis helped with the sing-along on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Venita Jennings is the recipient of a new colored television provided as a gift from many friends of her and it is a gift she is enjoying very much. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mffler of Everly visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Miller. Mrs. Donald Goodell called on Mr. Carl Sohn Sr. Mr. Jack Memrceke of Germany called on Mrs. Agnes Heuer and Mr. Jack Reed and family of Spirit Lake, la. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Holle visited Mr. Chris Holle Sunday forenoon. Mrs. Hertha Brix of Worthington, Mn. and Mrs. Loren Grassing of Sioux Valley called on Mrs. Bertha Eastman, Mrs. Agnes Heuer, Mrs. Emma Wiese and Dora . Pries on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alva Hamaan, Mrs. Andy Irvine, Mrs. Max Umbarger assisted in playing Bingo on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Loghry of Spirit Lake called on Mrs. Agnes Heuer. Â· --Mrs:'! LottieT-Zahren and Mrs;Â·*Â· Carl Nietzke helped with cards one afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bahde called on Chris Holle Sunday forenoon. Mrs. Clayton Arnold, Mrs. Celia Sch- warzewnbach, Mrs. Dick Emerson, assisted with the Sing-along on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hass were visitors of Mr. Chris Hass. Several residents of the Care Center were privileged to go for a ride on the S.A.T.S. mini-bus for a ride Thursday afternoon. They enjoyed seeing the beautiful fall scenery and colors. Thanks to Merle. Mrs. Florence Arnold and Mrs. Lillie Mitchell helped the residents piay Bingo. Sunday, Oct. 9, the Gerald Bootsma family conducted afternoon chapel services. Mrs. Bob Meyeri and Mrs. Ken Steffen of Everly called-on Mr. Pete Matthiesen on Sunday, Oct. 16. Mrs. Carlyle Brandt, Mrs. Bud McClure, and Mrs. Mary Meyer helped the residents play cards. They also brought cookies for our lunch from the American Legion Auxiliary of Sioux Valley. Thanks for them. Mrs. Olive Nagel and Mrs. Ethel Walker visited some of the residents and enjoyed playing "500" with some of the residents. The Lake Park Care Center invites all the children out "trick or treating" beggars night between the hours of 6-8 p.m. to stop at the Care Center. They will be waiting and looking for you. Mrs. Albert Lienamann of Ocheyedan visited with Mrs. Mary Ward, Mrs. Bertha Miller and Mrs. May Groff on Monday. Mrs. Ruth Van de Hoef of rural Harris helped us out- by playing the piano for the sing-along. Mrs. Celia Schwarzenbach, Mrs. Don Hamann, and Mrs. Alvin Wiese helped lead the singing. Tuesday evening the residents enjoyed the horse races on T.V. Each one had a ticket from Hy-Vee and were lucky enough to have a ?2 winner in the group. Bonnie and Eddie Morris of Spirit Lake entertained us on Wednesday evening. They brought their own electric organ, guitar, and sang for us. We really enjoyed them very much. ' Mrs. Elmer Siemers of Harris called on Mrs. Bertha Miller. Wer had our first cocktail party last Thursday afternoon for-an hour, enjoyed by the residents. The conversation went back to their experiences of making wine and beer and the various kinds they made. They would like to have another party again soon. Mrs. Edna Woods read the news to us on Friday morning. We all look forward to her regular Friday "news" session. Raymond Schwarzenbach of Aurelia called on Pete Matthiesen on Friday afternoon. He is a grandson of Pete. Bob and Goldie, . How do you think we can exist without the L.P.N. It has teen like being stranded on'a desert isle with no contact with the outside world. Fortunately, I was able to get another mortgage on the house to pay this month's bills and get our $8.50 for the due subscription. Wrestling starts in another two weeks and it will be easier this year knowing what to expect. We had a record of four wins,'four-losses and a'draw last year but only graduated one starter so we'll make a few waves this year - barring any injuries. They ar,e putting the finishes on a separate $55,000 wrestling room and we should be in it this December. Look for Tri-Center in the Peach as we might win a few matches. Becky and I are anxious to see the new school and will try to get up. Give pur regards to 'the Super people from Lake Park and Harris. Phil Brand 4-H News ...by Carol Crocker TAKE THAT COMPLIMENT A compliment is a gift, presented to you in good faith. Do you take it, or do you spoil the gift by turning the compliment away? A simple "Thank you very much," or "That's very kind of you," makes the compliment giver feel amply rewarded. Don't be guilty of giving the following wrong answers: That's a very pretty dress you're wearing.' "This old thing? Why, I bought it four years ago!" You certainly have handsome children. "I only wish they behaved as well! They drive me crazy." Your home looks lovely. ''You think so? You should see the dust in the corners! Ihave'n't cleaned for a week!" What nice paintings! "Do you think so? I was thinking of changing them for new ones." This meat tasi.es delicious! "Really? I only wish I could afford steak like the Joneses." . Don't be afraid to show your pleasure when you receive a compliment. Gracious living is an art and must be practiced. So the next time someone hands you a compliment - take it. In the Hospital Oct. 18 -.Adm. Vertues Hass, Dis. Mrs. John Hartmann. Oct. 19 - No. Adm. or Dis. Â· Get: 20 - Adm. Jason Nissen. Oct. 21 - No. Adm., Dis. Albert Langfitt, Harris. Oct. 22 - No. Adm., Dis. Jason Nissen, Vertues Hass and Mrs. William Godfrey. Oct. 23 - Adm. Rebecca Smith. Enrolled In ISU Honors Program Seventy-three freshmen with ej 1976 as permanent part ot tne SveSty Honors Program Memby invitation onlyto.fresh Trip DrOKiaiu j Â» v Â» Â« - -- --- . honors courses, as well as honors ad- Sng Kudents whose backgrounds and goals generally indicate academe m pSS P ation in the P^ram terminates at the end of the s udent s freshman year. Those mtereste1 and qualified may then apply for membership in the regular university Honors Program. ISU students newly enrolled in the Freshman Honors program include Beth Gillespie of rural Lake Park. Someone Needs You Following is a list of needs as compiled by the Voluntary Action Center. If you can volunteer for any of'the unpaid positions, or for one of the many not listed here, please call the VAC office at 336-4444 or stop in at 828 Lake Street, Spirit Lake. LAKE PARK -- Care Center could use hobbies,, talents or interests for programs. If you have vacation slides, here is a group that would appreciate viewing them with you. Care enough to share! The LAKE PARK (la.) NEWS Thursday, Oct. 27,1977 4 ARNOLDS PARK - typist for pu bli c school library. Short term activity MILFORD - Meals on Wheels carriers! SPIRIT LAKE -- volunteer for One hour weekly developing a reading. listening program for Care Center residents. Oral reading, use of talking books, both will make someone's day brighter. SOCIAL SECURITY REPRESENTATIVES ADDRESS: Social Security Office, 304 llth Street, Southwest Plaza, Spencer Iowa 51301. Telephone 712-262-5350 ' HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p. m Monday through Friday. CLOSED: Saturdays and National Holidays. Telephone our office in Spencer, f6 t assistance in Social Security matters. If you cannot call or come to Spencer, our representatives will be in the following towns on the dates shown. ESTHERVILLE- V.F.W. on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. to Noon. Oct. 11 and 25- Nov. 8 and 22; Dec. 6 and 20. SPIRIT LAKE - City Hall O n Wednesday at 10:00 to Noon. Oct. 19 ; Nov. 16; Dec. 14. LAKEPARK ' COUNCIL MEETINGS - First Monday of each month. SCHOOL BOARD - Second Thursday of each month. UTILITIES BOARD - Second Thurs , day of each month. ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 1005 Hill Ave. Saturday evening, 6:30 p.m. .Sunday 8,10 a.m. Confession, 3 and 4 p.m., on the hour, Saturday. : UNITED METHODIST Lake Park, Iowa Thursday, Oct. 27 5 p.m. Wesleyan Fellowship Pancake Supper. 6:30 p.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship at United Presbyterian Church. 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday, Oct. 30 9:30 a.m. Church School. 10:35 a.m. Worship Tuesday, Nov. 1 9:30 a.m. Spirit Lake Subdistrict meeting for ministers and spouses at parsonage. 7:30 p.m. Pastor-Parish Relations Committee meeting Thursday, Nov. 3 6 p.m. Junior High and Senior High Youth Fellowship UNICEF 8 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. W. Michael Biklen, Pastor **** FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Lake Park, Iowa Thursday, Oct. 27 6 p.m. Combined Senior High Fellowship. 8 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. Friday, October 28 Saturday, Oct. 29 Self Assessment Conference at Fort Dodge, IA. Sunday, Oct. 30 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:35 a.m.. Worship Service. 5:45 p.m. Care Center Worship. 7:30 p.m. Installation Service with lunch to follow. Wednesday, Nov. 2 7:30)p.m. Session Meeting Douglas Ganyo, Pastor TRINITY LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Sioux Valley Township Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. Communion every first Sunday of the month. Marvin Flanscha, Pastor UNITED METHODIST Ocheyedan, Iowa Sunday, Oct. 30 9:30 a.m. Church School 10:30 a.m. Worship Thursday, Nov. 3 7:30 UMYF **'** UNITED METHODIST Harris, Iowa Thursday, Oct. 27 7:30 UMYF will meet and canvass town for UNICEF Saturday, Oct. 29 5 p.m. Soup aifd Pie Supper at the church. Sunday, Oct. 30 9:15 a.m. Worship 10:20 a.m. Church School Thursday, Nov. 3 2 p.m. UMW .,.,, '7:30 p.m. Administrative '?; Board meets **** The world of tomorrow will be quite a place. A button will be pushed, and it will rain. Planes will wing through the heavens at 5,000 miles an hour. Freight will be shot across the continent by missile. Hurricanes will be halted in their course and sent back to sea. Sound fantastic? Maybe. But time has a w.ay of making the fantastic and incredible become commonplace. Few of us marvel over television any more. We take it for granted, along with the other wonders of today's modern world. The future is frightening for many of us to think about The unknown has always held a basic fear in the minds of some. Coping with the problems and challenges of the present is enough for most of us. But whatever the future holds, each of us can march more confidently into it by trusting God. Attend His church regularly. Sotptwm selected by The American Bible Society copyrishti977 S) ""% Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Keister Advertising service Ezekiel Ezekiel Ezekiel Matthew Matthew Mark John -12:17-28 37:1-14 - 22:23-46 24:1-35 4:1-20 1:1-18 CONCORDIA LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Lake Park, Iowa Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship Service RobbinTisdale, Pastor **** Ezekiel 2/2-20 The Keister "Support the Church" Series, Now in Their Seventh Year Winner of 11 National .Awards given by the Freedoms Foundation VoJlev Forge, Contributed to the Cause of the CHURCH by the Followinq- CON CERNED AND RESPONSIBLE Individuals and Businesses ... All /n/erested ? n . BPTTPR wnnr ni / 'Â«Â«wÂ«wrea tn a BETTER WORLD! FRIENDS CHURCH Highway 71 Arnolds Park, Iowa Sunday Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m. Evening/Worship, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Martin Waite, Pastor Lake Park Laundromat and Car Wash Jensen Ford Lake Park Dairy Farmers Exchange Security State Bank Jaycox Implement Co., Inc. Butch's City Market .Louscher Motors i / lake Park lumber Arco Dehydrating Co., Inc.- Emerson Ins. Agency Lake Park Beauty Salon Gross Sales and Service Burns Chevrolet Lake Park Municipal Utilities D-X Service Home Oil Co. UNITED METHODIST , Excelsior Township Elmer C. Boom, Pastor Sunday 9:30 a.m. Worship Service. 10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
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