Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1971 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1971
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Scout Theme: Save Our Amer. Resources SOAR, Save Our American Resources, is the 1971 theme for the Boy .Scouts District 6. The kickoff roundtable meeting for this theme will be held at the First Congregational Church here tonight at 7:30. Steve Berlinger, U. S. Department of the Interior employee who manages Union Slough Game Refuge near Titonka and Hurt, will be guest speaker. Scout leaders will take part in the awards and recognitions portion of the program. Troop 70 and Pack 29, under the direction of scoutmaster Dick Beisell and cubmaster Larry Johnson, are the hosting troop and pack. Clan 5, order 'of the Arrow, will also hold a meeting. Scoutmasters are asked to bring their Arrowmen with them to the Roundtable. ^Hitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ i WESLEY 1 m s 1 By Mrs. Viola Studer | BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Helen Youngwirth was , honored at a birthday party Saturday evening in Johnny's hall. She had attained her 77th birthday Feb. 17. In attendance at the pot-luck lunch and party were the Johnny Youngwirths, Larry Young- Wirths, Dick Mays of Corwith, Dick. Balks, Hardy, Julius Beckers, Livermore, Luke Youngwirths, Joe Krieps', Denny Youngwirths, Darrell Rushers, Joe Goetzes, Art Plathes, Andrew Reisings, Steve Doughans, Merle Loss's, Audrey Youngwirth, Duane Larson and Mrs. George Hirner. - o HOMEMAKERS MEET The Wesley Township Homemakers met with Mrs. John Muehe Feb.. 16. Mrs. Joe Goetz was co-hostess. Mrs. Henry Pommer gave the lesson on maintaining our healthful environment and "Pollution." Daisy McElmurray was recreation chairman and had each member make a Valentine. Names were drawn for the Valentines. A group of the ladies met at the Joe Skow home Friday morning and cut out and sewed robes for the ship Hope. Twenty-one yards of material were used. - o TALK ABOUT JAPAN The public is invited to a program at the Wesley public library Friday,, Feb. 26, at 2 p.m. The guest speaker for the afternoon is Mrs. Henry Bode, Woden, who will have slides and tell of her recent trip to Japan. ' This program is sponsored by the Prairie Neighbors and the Wesley Homemakers women's clubs. Coffee hour will follow the program. - o - • HOUSTON VISIT Paul Nelson, a student at Iowa State (University, Ames, spent ' the weekend in his parental Chas. Nelson home. He and two classmates will spend the term break, Feb. 25 to March 8 in Houston, Tex. with Paul's sister ,and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Pennington. The lads will do considerable sightseeing. - o Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Nygaard have been frequent callers at Bethesda General Hospital in Ft. Dodge where the men's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard, is a patient. Mrs. Edna Wubben spent several days Recently with her daughter, Julia, and family, the Paul Johnsons, at Madrid. In July the Johnsons became parents of an 8-day-old adopted boy, Christopher Paul. On Jan. 12 Mrs. Johnson gave birth to Clark David. Many Wesleyans attended the wedding of Don Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weber, and Darlene Schumacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher, in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona, Feb. 20. They attended the reception-dinner at Charlie's Supper Club following the wedding ceremony. Tom Nelson, Ft. Dodge, called on Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner and Lucille and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker were Feb. 7 guests of Mrs. Charlene Hirner, Christie and Shelly in Emmetsburg. The family dinner was in honor of the llth birthday of Christie. Jim Walker's mother, Mrs. Laura Walker, West Bend, was also a guest there. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Meinecke Kossuth County Advance — 3 Monday, March 1, 1971 and three sons of Jamaica were Friday and Saturday overnight guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Weber. All attended the wedding of Don Weber and Darlene Schumacher Saturday at 1J:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona. Steve Meinecke was junior groomsman. AU attended the rehearsal dinner at the Johnson House Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker, Ray Becker and Mrs. Justine Becker attended the 100th birthday party for John Kellner at the Roman Thill home, St. Benedict, Feb. 15. Mr. Kellner is an uncle of Tom and Ray Becker and the late Matt Becker. > Sunday dinner guests in the George Hirner home were Mrs. Charlene Hirner and Christie and Shelly, Emmetsburg, and Mr., and Mrs. Jim Walker, Dean and Ann. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert was brought home Sunday from the Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt where she had major surgery. Roland Heard had surgery in the Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt for appendicitis. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening, Feb. 18. Mrs. Marilyn Grandgenett was a guest. Mrs. Betty Bode won high score prize. Mrs. Minnie Bleich will have the next party. , Tom Forburger, Joe Krieps and Mrs. Ann Carman and two friends from Britt visited Mrs. Tom Forburger, a patient at the Methodist Hospital, Rochester, Sunday. Mrs. Alice Hill, who had been with Mrs. Forburger several days, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vestrem, Mrs. Larry Youngwirth and Mrs. Kenneth Forburger visited Mrs. Tom Forburger Saturday. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a work meeting in the Legion hall Tuesday afternoon, .March 2. Mrs. Alice Hill and Mrs. Ernie Stufflick will be hostesses. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Thoreson home were Agnes §e.aBle, WilUts, 3 CaJif.^ Mr, and Mrs'.' Lloyd' Thorson', 'Armstrong; • 'Mr. and*Mrs. Harlan Searle and family, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Lone Rock; and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Carlson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson and family and Mrs. John Carlson. Mrs. CoraMather entered Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Wednesday of last week for treatment. She expects to be released one day this week. The Warren Thompsons have been making frequent trips to Holy Family Hospital to visit his mother, Mrs. Walter Thompson. Her condition was much improved at last word. Cheri Farland, Ceylon, Minn., spent the weekend at the Ralph Walker home while her parents attended a bowling tournament at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones were visitors at Rochester, Minn. Thursday where he attended the Minnesota electrical show for Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Mrs. Brones visited with Mrs. Elsie Patterson. The Francis Torines were Friday callers at the Perry Torine home for that gentleman's 88th birthday. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Guy, St. Charles, Minn., and the John Sheys, Bancroft, were visitors there. The Howard Nagels, Sherburn, telephoned him. The Dennis Guerdets entertained at "500" Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Torine, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Johaneson and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Jensen. The August Robisous and Clifford Beadles drove to Hutchinson, Minn. Sunday to visit the Vern Mortensens. Stop At The SMOKE SHOP FOR YOUR COFFEE BREAK THE SMOKE SHOP at BEED Hardware in Titonka... Here It Is... Our Biggest Sale of the Year! HERE ARE PRICES THAT ARE HARD TO BELIEVE, BUT ALL THIS MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW 1971 MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY. SO COME IN, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE PRICES. Electri-Clean oven, 2 white, 1 green, 1 gold. RSE-36P Refrigerator Electric Range 1 only in green. Reg. $598.00 Refrigerator 479 50 • • • • • • • • • j • 1OO Lbs. Laundry D«t«rg«nff • Fre« (Bio-degradeable) The F.T.C. recently proposed the following statement be displayed in all packages of phosphate detergents "WARNING: each recommended use level of this product contains (number) gram's of Phosphorus which contributes to water pollution. Do not use in excess. IN SOFT WATER AREAS, THE USE OF PHOSPHATES IS NOT NECESSARY". Make your home a soft water area ••• -by installing a •• -•-,. 'WATER CONDITIONER now£$ff Beed Hardware Prices starting at: '229.00 and to start you off on the right foot your local FRAKES Dealer will give you 100 Ibs. of bip-degradeable laundry detergent FREE (aprox. $35.00 value) with any unit purchased during this sale. Sale ends March 31, 1971 Dishwasher Dishwasher Superba Reg. $409.00 Dishwasher front load, custom deluxe Refrigerator 1 cycla-matic, 2 in cooper, 2 in white. FD-141TN French doors, 1 white Electri-Clean oven 1 green, 2 gold. Phone 921-2127 HARDWARE & APPLIANCES, Inc. "Service Specialists 1 ' Titonka, Iowa

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