Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1971 · Page 2
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tonka. Chester Smith, Bancroft, was also a guest. On Feb. 10 the Charles Heinkels of LuVerne were dinner guests at the Smith home at Algona. Mrs. Marie Colwell, rural Algona, accompanied by her mother- in-law, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, drove to Dakota city, Sunday, Feb. 7 where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mr. Floyd Colwell. The Irvington Youth Fellowship held a meeting at the church annex Thursday evening Feb. 11. Incorporated into the evening's program was a belated observance of Keith Strayer's birthday. Linda and Judy Harms furnished lunch. There was a birthday cake made by Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and Mr. Strayer was presented with a gift. These activities were postponed from Feb. 4 because of the weather. MILITARY WIFE Mrs. Marvin H. (Mary Theresa) Allan, native of Parnell, Welp's And T Banner Welp'i Breeding Farm, Bancroft, received the only Presidential "E" Award for exporting excellence in the itate of Iowa In 1970. Displaying the "E" banner awarded by President Nixon are from left Congressman Wiley Mayne of Iowa; Verne A. Logan, Welp's geneticist; Dick Shoenhalr, Welp's export sales manager; Don Welp, assistant general manager; and Iowa Oov. Robert Ray. The presentation took place in Des Moines Feb. 5. Welp's Is the 17th Iowa firm to be so honored since the foreign trade award was begun In 1961. Forty percent of Welp's sales of day-old chicks are to foreign buyers. Bridal Shower For Darlene Schumacher At Plum Creek PLUM CREEK - A miscellaneous bridal shower was held for Darlene Schumacher at the Plum Creek Community room Saturday afternoon. Sixteen neighbor ladles and friends served as hostesses for '' the event. There were around V 60 friends attending. Corsages * were presented to the honored guests. Mrs. Cecil Long served as mistress of ceremonies for the program. Two musical selections were presented by the Sheppard sisters. Mrs. Harvey Jergenson gave a reading. A game was played under the leadership of Mrs. Willis Etherington. -SISTERS HELP- The bride to be was assisted In opening her gifts by her sisters. Mrs. Harold Haag and Mrs. Jerry Walker. Sharon Schumacher was in charge of the guest book. Carriers of gifts were June Long and Joan Schumacher. Following the opening of gifts a lovely lunch was served. Mrs. Kyle Keith poured punch and Mrs. Cecil Long poured coffee. -FEB. 20 WEDDING- Darlene Schumacher, daughter of the Louis Schumachers, will become the bride of Donald Weber, son of the Harold Weber's of Wesley on Saturday, February 20. -o- - POT LUCK DINNER- The weekly pot luck dinner and Bible Study was held at the Doan United Methodist church Tuesday noon. Ten members attended this week. The dinner and Bible Study will be held next week on Tuesday - dinner at 11:30 - Study from 12:00 to 1:00. -o- -FEDERATED CLUB- The Doan Federated Club met at the home of Mrs. Dale Struthers Wednesday afternoon. Six members went to the Kossuth County Home to provide an afternoon of fun for the residents. The next club meeting will be February 24 with Mrs. Mary Young serving as hostess, -o- -MOTHER-DAUGHTER- Mrs. Ross Struthers andGayle attended the Mother-Daughter banquet Wednesday evening at the Tltonka United Methodist church. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller attended funeral services at Spencer Monday for Mrs. James Lilliev-Mr. Lillie was an uncle •of Mr. Miller. Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davis. Ex-lrvington Resident Dies In Manitoba IRVINGTON - Relatives here have been notified of the death of Edward Leigh, 78, Melita, Manitoba, Canada, on February 5th. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Leigh and was born on the farm south of Irvington, now owned by Simeon Leigh. About 1920 he went to the Blue Earth, Minn., area to work another farm owned by his 'father. He married Gertrude Kelly of that area and in 1928 they moved to Canada. There is one daughter, who survives, Mrs. John Moore of Wawanassa, Canada. Mrs. Leigh died many years ago. Brothers and sisters surviving are Simeon of this area, Wm. and Mrs. LititiaGray, both of Winnebago, Minn. Richard of rural Algona died several years ago. -o- , Expected at the Otto Schi- pulls for two weeks visit are Mrs. Schipull's mother Mrs. Eunice Suetlau, Dakota City, and three grandchildren, Todd, Tony and Tammy Zuetlau, Love Park, Illinois, who are visiting Mrs. Zuetlau. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Canaday •.visited at the homeofMrs.Cana- \ day's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Erwin Schmeling at Cylinder, on Sunday Feb. 7. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Canaday and family on Friday evening Feb. 5 in observance of Linda's 18th birthday were, Linda Hunt, Twin City, area; Mr, and Mrs. Clar- ence Hunt and Dan Menneke, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rochleau and family of this area, supper guests on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reinhart from Fort Dodge. Pvt. Terry Ziesmann, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., enroute to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ziesmann of this area, was forced by the blizzard to stay overnight Feb. 4th, with an aunt and family, the Don Summers, in Fort Dodge. He arrived here the next day. Terry will be taken by his parents to Des Moines, on Feb. 27th from where he will leave for. Oakland,,paUf., to report before taking off. for Vietnam. Terry entered the service last September. Another son of the Herbert Ziesmanns, Spec/4 Dennis Ziesmann is in Vietnam and is expected back in the states in April. Mrs. Albert Leigh, Thompson, who had been a patient in a Lake Mills nursing home for many months was moved to a nursing home in Forest City, Feb. 3. Mrs. Leigh suffers from multiple sclerosis. The family is formerly of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pruis- mann of Blairsburg, were visitors February 7th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Black and family of rural Algona. Mrs. Frank Pruismann, Sexton, mother of Mrs. Black and Kenneth, returned to Blairsburg, with the Pruismanns where she will spend the week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen and grandson Scotty Robinson were supper guests Feb. 6 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casey of the Irvington area. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Shipler and family were supper guests Sunday, Feb. 7 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Walker and family, Irvington. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabln and family on Saturday, Feb. 6 In the afternoon, in honor of the daughter Becky's 13th birthday were, Mrs. Hazel Sabln and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz. Sunday evening guests at the Ronald Sabin home In honor of Becky's birthday were her brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beisch and daugher Laurie Jean, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland from Titonka. At an Irvington elevator board meeting Feb. 9, Ed Immerfall was hired as bookkeeper, and will begin his duties March 1st. Mr. Immerfall resigned as manager of the elevator a few months "ago, 'a'postition he 1 had : 'held since April 1948. v. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hauser at supper February 8, in honor of the latter couples 21st wedding anniversary. On the following day, the Elmores had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Robinson in Algona. Mrs. Tony Sorenson was brought home from a Mason City nursing home on January 21. She is getting around with the aid of a walker and a wheel chair and is scheduled to return to Mason City for a check-up February 16th. Mrs. Sorenson suffered a broken thigh in a fall at her home several months ago. While she was in the hospital and nursing home, Mr.Sor- ensen stayed with a son and family, the Stanley Sorensens, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson were dinner guests February 10, in the home of their son and family, the Dennis Olsons. The Bert Olsons were observing their 45th wedding anniversary. February 6th callers at the Robert Smith home in Algona were the Dennis Olsons. On Sunday the Smiths were dinner guests at the Donald Diers home, Ti- Our Specialty It Car Car* with a Flair Our expert! ore al- ways on hand for all your car needi. When quality counts, count on us. VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFil, Owner i COME IN TODAY* Time to CHOP DOWN Your INCOME TAX Getting your income tax figured can be a wonderful Washington's Birthday present. Take it to BLOCK. They'll moke sure you get every legitimate deduction. See the office in your neighborhood today. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE OUARANTII /e guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. 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