Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1971 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1971
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Huge Turnouts For Soup Supper Wedding Anniversary At Titonka ? ~ Ko " uth Coor ) t y * dvqnM Monday, February 2J, 1971 To Wed Titonka Man TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade, Titonka were honored Sunday afternoon on their 40th wedding anniversary at the Good Hope Lutheran church to an open house hosted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baade, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenzy Korte, (Violet), of Woden and their eight grandchildren. Two-hundred and twenty-five guests registered in the guest book with Mrs. Mary Young in charge. A program was presented with Donald Baade as master of ceremonies. Rev. Herbert Hanson gave scripture and prayer. Ryan Baade gave the reading "The Farmer's Wife". The grandchildren sang "How Great Thou Art" and "Love" accompanied by Mrs. Jack Tieman. The reading "Gladys* Tools" was read by Sharla Korte and Mrs. Ralph Stoll gave a reading "They Have Lived and Loved Together". The program closed with the group singing "Blest be the Tie that Binds". Lunch was served before a tea table decorated with a red rose bouquet. Coffee servers announcing 2 new membership clubs: MR. & MRS. DANCE CLUB - married couples only LOST GENERATION CLUB - ages 21-33, any marital status. send self-addressed, stamped envelope for particulars. Bex 126 Clear Lake, la. (3U-8U) MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE -A SHOES Algona,. t&wa 50511 were Mrs. Reka Koch and Mrs, Vincent Heifner. Sharla Korte and Marsha Baade, dipped punch. Dining room host and hostess was Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buss. Kitchen hostesses were members of the Lillian Circle of which Mrs. Baade is a member. Mrs. Alvin Hopkes and Mrs. George Friesenberg were in charge of the gift table. Henry Baade-Gladys Carlson were united in marriage on Feb. 16, 1931 at the Methodist Parsonage in Titonka. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll who were present for the occasion. The Baades were attendants to the Stolls as they were united in a double ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pommer, Britt were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga. The Ramsey Reformed Guild Soup Supper was held Monday evening and the ladies served around 340 people. Mrs. Anna Krause, Mrs. Marie Zimmerman, Renwick were Friday visitors in the home of Mrs. Galena Zwiefel. Mrs. Edward Uken, Mrs. Emma DeBoer went to Forest City Thursday and visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Adams at the Grc- haven Nursing home and helped Mrs. Adams celebrate her 85th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode and Kent, Keith Rode, Blair, Nebr., James Rode, Swea City were Sunday dinner guests in the John Rode home and helped them celebrate their 59th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rode visited in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee at Sioux Falls, So. Dakota for the weekend. - o - - VALLEY FARMERETTES The regular meeting of the Valley Farmerettes4-HClubmet Saturday in the home of Ladonna Joos. The meeting was opened with two demonstrations and one talk. The following were given: Ladonna Joos gave a demonstration on "Foreign Foods". Beverly , Beenken ,,jave. M a ,talk on '' Foreign Bread" teliarla Bowers gave a demonstration on "White Sauces". Mrs. FrankRisiusgave an illustration "Kitchen talk". Guests were Pat Dudding, Buffalo Center and Marilda Garcia of Guatamela. Marilda is staying with the Dudding family as a foreign exchange student. The girls enjoyed hearing Marilda tell about her life in her homeland. Games were led by Alberta Sleper. The group also sang songs. Lunch was served by Lorene Beenken and Ladonna Joos. SINUS SUFFERERS Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hotd core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongeitant lablels act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-slnui cavities One "hard core" tablet gives you up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily-stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can boy SYNA-CLEAR AT HONSBRUCH'S without need for a prescription. 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Sharla Bowers, reporter. - o - - SOCIAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Wade Dorenbush, Alden, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Reka Koch. Mr. and Mrs. George Frisenberg, Lake Mills were Sunday supper pests of Mrs. Reka Koch. Both couples came to attend the 40th anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade and girls were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ricklefs left a week ago Tuesday for Brownsville, Texas, where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Loeschen, Paul, Duane and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Phelps and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Meister- burg and Mara, Des Moines, were Friday evening visitors in the parental, Harley Brandt home and helped them celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. The children brought a beautiful decorated cake and gave them flowers. -o- - BUFFALO BOOSTERS The Buffalo Boosters met Saturday for their regular monthly meeting at the Titonka library club room. Roll call was answered by nine members and two leaders. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Linda Beal and the 4-H Pledge led by Kristin Bahling. The Junior girls told of what information they found on a frankfurter label. The Intermediate and Senior girls told about the cost and if enrich of pasta products. Each girl adopted an older person that they will remember on special occasions. Two talks were given, "A girl, her figure, and you" was given by Marlys Eden. "Serving Italian Style" was presented by Lois Beal. Two demonstrations were also presented: "Be safe, not sorry" given by Mavis Rike, "Cooking Macaroni" was given by Thea Dunmire. The leaders did an experiment concerning taste and smell and also experimented on how to cook cheese so it won't be tough. They also made homemade noodles. Linda Beal was the hostess and the girls also sampled foods that had been prepared. -o- —METHODIST CHURCH— The three circles of the United Methodist Church will meet Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 2:00 p.m. The June Circle will meet in the home of Dawn Harms with Emma DeBoer co-hostess. Lesson will be given by Feme Kitzinger and devotions by Minnie Larsen. The Lois Circle will meet in the home of Lois Boekelman with Lillian Graham co-hostess. Lesson will be given by Sharon Uken and devotions led by Lenore Schram. Grace Circle will meet in the home of Ann Isebrand with Grace Neeland co-hostess. Lesson will be given by Shirley Amesbury and devotions led by Hazel Stott. - o —RAMSEY REFORMED— The Guild of the Ramsey Reformed church will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 25. The lesson on Missions (The Church Women and Missions) will be presented by Mrs. Andrew Risius, Mrs. Alvin Hopkes and Mrs. Richard Gray. Hostesses will be Mesdames Lawrence Heyer, John Beenken, David Boeckholt, Herman Harms, Ronald Folkerts and Henry Rad- maker. The project for the month is used clothing drive for Brewton and Annville. -o- Keith Rode, Blair, Nebr., spent the weekend visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode, Mr, and Mrs. Norman Greenfield, Fort Dodge, were Thursday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier. Mrs, Kate Kutzlaben was taken on Monday to the Garner Nursing Home from Mercy Hospital, Mason City where she had been a patient for sometime. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Boekelman. Mr. and Mrs, Bernie Meister- burg and Mara, Des Moines, were weekend visitors in the home of TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vanderwerff of Monroe, Wash., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joanne, to Clifford Soodsma, Titonka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Soodsma, Hull, Iowa. Joanne will be a May graduate from Dordt College at Sioux Center, la., with a German major in secondary education. Clifford is the librarian at the Titonka Consolidated School. A June 29 wedding is being planned. i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster went Sunday to Minneapolis and attended the North Star Hockey Game. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman and Carol went to Des Moines Friday and met their son and brother, Calvin, who returned home from Fort Sam Houston, Texas having completed 19 weeks serving in the National Guard duty. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmaker spent the weekend at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radmaker at Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Elso Brink, Manitoba, Canada, arrived Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardoes. Mrs. Brink and Anton are brother and sister. They came due to the illness of Anton who is a patient at Memorial Hospital in Mason City. Tuesday, Mrs. Kardoes, Mr. and Mrs. Brink and Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich went to Mason City and visited Mr. Kardoes in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wubben, Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmaker. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer JHIPHII^ ATTEND MEETING Mrs. Bill Goetz, Mrs. Dan Froehlich, Mrs. LeRoy Ricke, Lucille Hirner, Mrs. Agnes.Ste- ven and Mrs. J. L. Walker attended a Kossuth county American Legion Auxiliary meeting in Bancroft Tuesday, Feb. 9. The vocal program was presented by the junior members of the Bancroft Auxiliary. A delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Goetz is the Kossuth county president; Mrs. Dan Froehlich is the county secretary; Mrs. Ricke is the Wesley Auxiliary president; Lucille Hirner is the unit treasurer; Mrs. Steven is unit vice president; and Mrs. Walk.-r is communication chairman. A joint Kossuth county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held at Ledyard March 18 at 8 p.m. The next county Auxiliary meeting will be held at Carroll March 27. - o RETIREMENT PARTY Paul Flaherty was honored at a "retirement party" Thursday evening in the American Legion hall given by members of the Community Club and friends. He was presented a gold pocket watch engraved with "Wesley Community 1971." Movies of fishing trips were shown by Dave Klein and talks were given by Dr. H. H. Raney, L. L. Lease and Paul. Sixty pounds of charcoal turkey and other goodies were served to the 70 men in attendance. Mr. Flaherty has operated the Flaherty Cafe since 1945. Prior to that he had worked for the late Albert Reno seven years when they operated the hotel in the same building. The Flaherty's son, Larry, and wife have taken over the cafe. - o Mrs. Tillie Matz and Mrs. Viola Studer, accompanied by Mrs. Matz's sister, Mrs. Sara Lallier, Algona, visited Mr. and Mrs. "Duke" Kelch and family in Estherville Sunday. Mrs." Carl Arnold, Lake Park, was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen over the weekend. Mark Lickteig, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Lickteig began his second year at N.I.A.C.C. at Mason City Feb. 1. He had been a member of the combo group the "House Rockers" several years. He spent the weekend in his parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lickteig and four children of Agence spent the long weekend in his parental Lou Lickteig home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foley of Whittemore called on Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth Thursday evening. Mrs. Fern Paulson, Ray Cunningham and Will Cruise have been called for petit jury duty in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rocheim of Madison, Wise, spent several days over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hemmingsen. Mrs. Tom Forburger accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Al Erpelding to Rochester, Minn., Sunday, where Mrs. Forburger went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bleich and four children of Spencer spent .the long weekend with his mother, M Mrs. Mag Bleich, with her sister, v Mrs. Don Hauptman and family M ,and. with, relatives and friends ,; ;in Garner. Y Mrs. Norbert Hilbert had an emergency appendectomy Sunday evening in the Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Odebolt visited relatives here from Sunday till Wednesday. Forrest Adolf of Melvin and Kevin Adolf of Everly called on their aunt Mrs. Emma Martinek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich were Sunday guests in the home of their daughter, Donna Mae and family, the Don Hrubes family at Spencer. Mrs. Sara Raney entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening in Al's Gold Room. Mrs. Mary Weber was a guest. The Wesley Boys 4-H Club met at the Doan church with Bill and Jim Kiley, hosts. Roll call was "name of a feed company." Jim Kiley gave a demonstration on feeding livestock; 4-H basketball was discussed; Bernard Kunkel gave a presentation on keeping feed records; Daryl Kunkel gave a talk on finding an animal's pulse and Wendell Christensen, jr. presented recreation. Mrs. Kiley served lunch. (By Steven Becker, reporter). RUG Manchester residents, Mrs. David Tracey and Mary Lou Tracey made a large specially designed rug which was presented to Gov. and Mrs. Ray in January for the mansion in Des Moines. It is a half circle with a spread eagle and flowing pennant in the center. DIAMOND'S j Attention All ; GIRLS: j Stop in for f WRANGLER Jeans, » Cut-offs, Jamaica* and Bermudas ... • Confused about Insurance I We can help you with all your needs BOHANNON Insurance Service 295-5443 Honor Roll Announced For Ledyard Schools LEDYARD - The honor roll for the Ledyard School for the second quarter includes the following who had an average grade of "B" or better in all subjects: FRESHMEN - Molly Gelhaus, Gail Peterson, Cynthia Schaumberg, Robert Sabin, Merry Vrie- sen SOPHOMORES - Karen Engelbarts, Carol Engelby, Mary Gelhaus, Keith Goetz, Bonnie Jorgenson, Joel Klocke, Scott Peterson JUNIORS - Dan Beenken, Joyce Bishop, June Busch, Marilyn Dontje, Dean Engelby, Geneva Graham, Jerry Johnson, Mark Munyer, Kathy Schaumberg, Phil Underbakke, Jeff Vrieseri, Becky Warner SENIORS - Barbara Anderson, Rick Bauer, Jill Bauman, Karma Engelbarts, Carla Engelby, Jolayne Griese, Linda Haag, Donald Reese, Steve Underbakke. Those on the semester honor roll include: FRESHMEN - Molly Gelhaus, Diane Hamilton, Gail Peterson, Cynthia Schaumberg, Robert Sabin and Merry Vriesen SOPHOMORES - Karen Engelbarts, Carol Engelby, Mary Gelhaus and Bonnie Jorgenson JUNIORS - Dan Beenken, Joyce Bishop, June Busch, GenevaGra- ham, Jim Hagedorn, Jerry Johnson, Denise Lloyd, Mark Munyer, Kathy Schaumberg, Phil Un- derbakke and Jeff Vriesen and SENIOR? - Barbara Anderson, Rick Bauer, Jill Bauman, Karma Engelbarts, Carla Engelby, Jolayne Griese, Linda Haag, Don Reese and Steve Underbakke. - SPECIAL HONOR ROLL Those students on the Special Honor Roll, which means they must have a straight "B" or better in all subjects, include sophomores, Mary Gelhaus and Bonnie Jorgenson; juniors, Joyce Bishop, June Busch, Dean Engelby, Mark Munyer, Kathy Schaumberg, Phil Underbakke and Jeff Vriesea; seniors, Karma Engelbarts, Linda Haag and Steve Underbakke. Those on the semester special honor roll includes sophomores, Karen Engelbarts, Mary Gelhaus, Bonnie Jorgenson, Joel Klocke and Scott Peterson; juniors, Dan Beenken, Joyce Bishop, Mark Munyer and Phil Underbakke, Seniors, Karma Engelbarts, Carla Engelby, Linda Haag and Steve Underbakke. - 8TH GRADE Those on the eighth grade honor roll for the second nine weeks and the semester are Trudy Bauer, Julie Busch, Eileen Haag, Debbie Hagedorn, Judy Inglett, WIRING Connected or Corrected I ITT " JIM UTT " U I I ELECTRIC Phone 295-2223 Alan Johnson, Cindy Jorgenson, Scott Keil, Michelle Munyer, Vicki Pingel and Colleen Reilly. The seventh grade honor roll included Connie Asche, Virginia Smidt, and Debra Wentworth. Connie Asche and Debbie Wentworth were on the semester honor roll. - o Mr. and Mrs. Jon DeBoer and Michael of Boone visited his parents, Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert De Boer on Sunday. 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