Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1971 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1971
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Twin Rivers School Play Set For Tuesday, Apr. 2 OTTOSEN - A play "Headin for a Weddin", will be presented by the Twin Rivers Community school, April 2, at 8:00 p.m. at the Bode, gymnasium. Dale Vige is the director. The cast is as follows, Homer- Kevin Vige, Maw - Pam Curry, Paw - Ron Hamilton, Sarah Jo- Joye Wehrspann, Oracle May Cindy Hankins, Fannie Jane Patty. Jacobson, Pepper - Bruce Bakken, Sis - Deb Rossing, Grandpappy - Randy Brock, Widow Blairhouse - PatBorkowski, Bertha - Sue Paeper, Slim Fred Eastman, Melissa - Vicky King, Hortense - Jo Ann Enger and Isabel - Carolyn Olson. Prompters are Sandra Holthaus, Lee Ann Christiansen and Judy Halsrud. -o- CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. K. D. Benjamin of India was the speaker at services Sunday at the Lutheran churches at Rutland and Ottosen. A joint pot luck dinner was enjoyed at the Rutland church, after which Mr. Benjamin showed colored slides of the work of the Lutheran church in India. World Day of Prayer was held Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ed Von Bank played the organ prelude. Miss Naomi Struthers read the scripture, and the Rev. Gerhardt Gosnell gave the message. Mrs. Albert Thorsen explained the origin of the program. She and Mrs. Howard Hellickson were program leaders. Mrs. Richard Kinseth sang, "The Lords Prayer." Lunch was served in the church parlors. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen, Scott and Peggy and Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Benson attended the wedding of Elizabeth Bradley and Dale Kabwiger at St. Mary's Catholic church at Humboldt at 1 p.m. Saturday. They also attended the reception at the Star cafe. -o- The speech class is having a program Tuesday, March 16 at 7;30 p.m. in the Twin Rivers Community School gym in Bode. The students will give their pre-state contest entry speeches and readings. This program is to earn money for expenses to the state speech contest in Cherokee March 19 and 20. Those students who qualified for state speech contest are: Vicky King, Greg Jensen, Jody Terwilliger, Ron Hamilton, Marilyn Olson, Mary Hosford, Gary Telford, Jo Ann Enger, Miriam Mackintosh and Cindy Raney. The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark as the hostess. Mrs. Ivan Evenson was the lesson leader on "Are you sure you have the answer?". Guests were Mrs. Mina Wehrspann and Mrs. Earl Long. Friday March 26 was originally scheduled to be parent-teacher conferences, with no school. However, it is now planned to use this day to make up some of the time missed because of snow. Classes will be held in all three buildings, dismissing at 2:30. Parent-teacher conferences will be held from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. SINUS SUFFERERS Here's good news for you! Exclusive new ''hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant tablets act imlantlv and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus 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. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today! Introductory Offer Worth Cut out thii ad—take to store listed. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 1 2's and receive one more SYNA-CIEAR 12-Pack Free. L —HONSBRUCH DRUG - Algona, la. — Our Specialty Is Cor Care with a Flair Our experts are al- ways on hand for all your car needs. When quality counts, count on us VIKING OIL CO. ROY STOFFEl, Owner MINNESOTA'S NEWEST... Double Your Fun! When you come to St. Paul - Minneapolis for • FOOTBALL • BASEBALL • BUSINESS • SHOPPING Stay at a FUN INN • Whirlpool Baths • Saunas Sun Lounges • Indoor Pools • Color TV • Piano Bars Excellent Restaurants Reasonable Rates MIDWAY-TWINS MOTOR INNS "Where the Twin Cities Meet" University at Prior 1-94 - Cretin-Van. Exit (612)645-6681 HIGHLAND INN 1-94 at White Bear Exit Call (612)735-2330 for Reservations PLUMBINGand HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS- INSTALLATIONS From minor repairs to major alterations and installations, our service is fast, reliable Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHIER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S&A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing & Heating) 119 S. Dodge - Algona, Iowa - Phone 295-3234 Beauty Is Theme Of 4-H Winter Camp "EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL" was the theme of 4-H winter camp held March 5-7 at the state 4-H camp grounds at Madrid with 45 attending. Many of the activities were keyed to the theme and the group viewed "There's A New World Coming," a collage which they discussed, then picked out beauty around them in keeping with the theme. Sylvia Hoyle of Churdan led group singing and also did her state fair presentation, "Listen To America Sing" as part of the program. In the above picture, officers, chaperones and guests from Ft. Dodge are shown; front row, left to right, Louise Studer, Wesley, chaperone; Ed Kiilsholm, Algona, boys' president; Kathy Bernhard, girls' secretary; Lynn Gates, Ft. Dodge; Geneva Dungy, Ft. Dodge; and Bob Martinek, Wesley, chaperone. Middle row, Mary Mertz, Ottosen, historian; Kim Martinek, Wesley, girls' president; Mary Lou Nitchals, Algona, girls' vice president; Eunice Hopson, Ft. Dodge. Last row, Reuben Skow, Wesley, chaperone; Steve Fett, Corwith, boys' historian; Joe Presswood, Ft. Dodge; and Mark Nitchals, Algona, boys' vice president. Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress, Cloyce and Connie visited Mr and Mrs. Harold Frambach of West Bend Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams of Humboldt were Tuesday night visitors of the Neal Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken were Friday night coffee guests of Mrs. De Vere Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jolliffe of Humboldt were Friday ni£.;u visitors at the Laurel Worster home. Mrs. Earl Olson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin of Bradgate to the Nielsen brothers home at Rolfe, Sunday afternoon where they were dinner guests that evening. Mrs. Elna Kerns of Rolfe was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. victor Banwart and family attended a house warming for Mrs. Nima Fehr of West Bend Sunday night. Sunday night supper guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. FaheyQress were Mrs/ 1 Scott: Revleyand Steve of Topeka, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Banwart and Melissa, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gerber, David and Manuel and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gerber of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Art Banwart, Dennis and Richard. The Meyer family gathered at the Martin Meyer home Sunday night .to celebrate six February and March birthdays and the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer which was Feb. 20. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family. Miss Marilyn Greimann and Mrs. Agnes Tabor of West Bend were Monday supper guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Donald Usher. CDA Nominates For Officers At St. Joe ST. JOE-The C.D. A. met Wednesday following the 7:30 p.m. mass in St. Joseph's church. Mrs. Wm. McGuire, grant regent, presided at the meeting. A nominating committee of five members was elected and they are Mary Jane Origer, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Roger Thul, Mrs. Francis ErpeldingandMrs. Ralph Borman. The committee will select a slate of officers which will be presented to the Court at the April meeting, a month previous to the election of officers. Each officer shall be elected to a two- year term at the May meeting. The annual CDA Poetry Con- »*****-»«*«^*«* DIAMOND'S For Western J Boots * By Justin, • Texas, Wrangler. test winners in the 6 and 7 grades are Kathleen Rooney, Margery Berte and Delores Gales in sixth grade. Seventh grade winners were Shelia Ludwig, Rhonda Willsher and Laurie Reding. The Rosary Committee will meet March 19 at the home of Mrs. peter Bormann for an afternoon workshop. 47 rosaries have been sent to the needy and Missions. Mrs. John Capesius, Lecturer gave a reading on "Secrets of Every Day Life". Mrs. John Capesius received the attendance prize; Mrs. Dennis Holmes, Mrs. Ray Berte and Mrs. Francis Erpelding received prizes. Father-Son Banquet At St. Joe Tuesday ST. JOE - The KC's Father- Son banquet will be held Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's school hall. Guest speaker will be Father Paul White, Fonda, recently returned from ten years mission work in Korea. As an added attraction a choral group from Garrigan will present several numbers. - o $85 FOR SEALS The annual Christmas Seal drive netted $85 from Riverdale Township reported by Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, chairman. - o Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reding and family were weekend visitors with their daughter and sister Sue Reding. Sue is employed at a savings and loan office in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker returned Wednesday from a four- day trip to the Bahamas to attend a Behlen convention. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf, Mike and Mark, Park Forest, HI., spent the weekend in the parental homes, Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Ringsdorf, Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family, St. Joe. Mike and Marc remained for this week with the grandparents. Kristine and Charles Qlg, children of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Illg of Fonda are here this week with their paternal grandmother, Mrs. Rosalia Illg and family. The Ronald Dig's are moving to a farm they have rented. Mission sewing will be held Thursday afternoon in St. Joseph's school lunch room. Avery good attendance worked at the sewing day this past Tuesday. Valeria Thilges spent several days last week at Iowa City at the University Hospital for a checkup and X-rays on the leg she had Kossuth County Advance - 7 Monday, March 15, 1971 fractured. Miss Thilges is here with her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien convalescing. Mrs. Harold Reding attended the Mid-American Achievement Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, which was for all World Book dealers. Mrs. Reding accompanied 29 other Iowa dealers who left by bus fromDesMoines. She also visited with a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gidley and Lee in Colorado Springs, Colo. "Over 21 Club" is ready. (The Lost Generation) CHUBBY CHECKER (The Twill King) WED., MARCH 31 •Marital Status No Problem. Registration card only $J for all dances. (8U-13A) J MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE -* rr- SHOES Algona, I6wa 5051V - ANNOUNCEMENT NORTH IOWA MUSIC ANNEX (In the alley behind North Iowa Sewing Machine) Now Has Available • SHEET MUSIC • SCHOOL AND TEACHER SUPPLIES Lessons (First three organ lessons Free on Mondays by Marsha Parrish) NEW AND USED PIANO AND ORGANS Bought, Traded, Serviced Brand such at Story A Clark, Lowrey Our suppliers tell us we have surprised them by selling more units than some big city accounts. We •try our best to treat you right . . . with direct factory purchases and no high commission sales people. NORTH IOWA MUSIC ANNEX Algona, Iowa dou-nu) NEIGHBORS TD > Meet Don V. Ikkteig ol Algona VIKING OIL — Friend of The Farmer — 295-3749 Algona JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. PHONE 295-2421 ALGONA GMC TRUCKS GEHL FIRESTONE STANHOIST Good Neighbors To Know traveled 4 1/2 miles East of Algona this week to the farm of Donald V. Lickteig, 37. Don and his brother, Charles farm the surrounding land and other assets in partnership. Last year Don raised mostly corn and soybeans. He has lived on the present farm two years and has been farming all his life. The present look of his farm shows a number of improvements; a new home was built in 1968, a new machine shed, the barn was remodeled, and a new finishing house with the capacity for around 400 head of hogs. Don has around 50 head of feed- er cattle on hand at present and raises 1000 head of hogs yearly (about 80% are marketed, the rest are used for breeding stock). Hogs ar,e,Don's favorite animal to 'false.'.His favorite hobby is showing them. Another hobby is formulating his own hog feed. His raising and developing of purebred Hampshires and his "Lean Line" hybrid boars have resulted in sales of his feed ingredients to other hog raisers. Don was born on June 3, 1933 to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig now living in Algona. Ambrose came to Kossuth County when a young man. Don met the former Evelyn Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Thilges of West Bend at a dance. The couple were married on May 22,1965 and have three children Gary 2, Angela 5, and Linda 4. Both Don and Evelyn are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Don is a member of the Farm Bureau. Evelyn enjoys sewing and gardening and her favorite hobby is bowling, First in farm credit. Owned and controlled by the farmers it serves. So. Phillips Algona Thormogom OF ALGONA with exclusive Blue Carpet Service! SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA AROUND THE TOWN AND COUNTRY Wayne Feed Supply * \ 21G WEST STATE, ALGONA Your dealer for WAYNE Feeds and Animal Health Aids, maintain a slogan — "Where Service Comes First." When you do business with WAYNE FEEDS you'll see that slogan come to life as you receive prompt, courteous attention. The office headquarters is located one block west of the Kossuth Courthouse on State Street. The WAYNE feed mill is conveniently located north of Algona on highway 169 — just north of hte Algona Livestock sale barn. Bulk and bag feeds, grinding and mixing and quick delivery service are oil available at Kossuth County's top farm supply - WAYNE FEED SUPPLY I CARGILL INC. Nutrena Nutrena Feeds — Bulk and Bagged Fertilizer — custom spraying. So. Phillips Algona *•<»••*>•«•*•*• *>«.< ALGONA IMPLEMENT YOUR 1H DEALER Algona. Iowa 295-3501 After hours — 295-5:128 BUSCHER BROS. ALGONA, IOWA | P. R. IRONS PLUMBING AND HEATING yiumbing -' Heating Sheet' lyletifr Gas or Oil UnlU Purnrfu Water Syktemi Complete Phone 295-3640 ALGONA

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