Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1971
Page 16
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LuVerne Area People Without Heat, Lights LUVERNE - One hears many people speak ol the "Good old Days" and last Thursday many residents of the LuVerne area were thrown back In time, thanks to the late winter snow storm which hit the area with a devastating blow. Power lines were blown down, thus creating a power failure In the community, People were forced to spend some time with friends and neighbors who were fortunate to have heat In their homes. Candles and kerosene lamps were forced back Into duty and many farmers had to carry water to livestock, some areas are still without electrical power but m! f" *» Klve ft heartfelt •thank you" to the men of the electrical company who braved the, forces of Mother Nature and worked long and tedious hours trying to get service restored. - o Mrs. Alice Hlnz and Lester were Sunday guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Warner, Fairmont, in honor of the llth birthday of the Warners' granddaughter, Christine Beckman, St. James, Minn, Also attending were Mr. and Mrs, Leo Rosenberg of Fairmont. Wliliillllllll !!| Burt News Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis and family, Westslde, la., were weekend guests of his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener. They were Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. John Miller and family. Also weekend guests at the Miller home were her daughter, Donna and Kathy Hubbard, Linda Stange, and Mellnda Thorson, all students at the Iowa Lakes Community College, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Lenny, Kim and Scott spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J M. Benskln and family, Columbia, Mo. They also visited the former's aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs., Lawrence Breckler at Hallsville, MO. and with Gene Breckler at Columbia. Mrs. Ellefson Attends State Bowling Meet PLUM CREEK-DOAN - Mrs. Tom Ellefson, along with several ladies from Titonka and Buffalo Center, Journeyed to Sioux city March 13 where they participated mm. ATTENTION Lamb Feeders 6»» your new lambs off to a fast start with NUTRENA LAMB STARTER PELLETS . . . Then finish them with NUTRENA LAMB FATTENER for an early market ... LAMB STARTER PELLETS LAMB FATTENER PELLETS Ton P«r Ton Stop in and see Dale or Phil at: CARGILL Algona, Iowa in the Iowa Woman's State Bowling Tournament. The ladies entered the singles, doubles and team events. Lois Peter sen, carolle Follman and Mary Tapper all won 200 pins. The group returned home Sunday, March 14. - o NEW GRANDPARENTS Mr, and Mrs. Lou Hoover are grandparents of a baby girl born March 21 to Mr, and Mrs. Dale Yeoman of Corwith, The Yeomans now have a family of one boy and two girls. Mrs. Yeoman, is the former Mary Lou Hoover, - o Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Mike Keintz and Bruce of Hales Corner, Wise., have returned from a vacation at Newport Richey, Fla, where they visited Mr. Keintz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keintz, Gain Struthers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Struthers, left Thursday March 2f> on a United Nations Seminar study bus trip sponsored by the Mason City District Methodist Youth Fellowship, Plans are for the group to visit Washington D.c. in order to see how the government works and also to tour the United Nations, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lee Peterson, Algona, entertained at a dinner in their home Sunday, in " honor of the blessing of baptism, of their daughter, Tara Michelle Guests included Mrs. carl Lud- , wig, Mr, and Mrs, Orie Petersen Sr., Mrs. Ira Boiinette, Mr, and Mrs. Luvern Wiskus and family of prairie City and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Cara, Mr, and Mrs. Don Peterson were afternoon visitors. Titonka Bands Perform In Two Shows TITONKA - The Titonka Consolidated school will present the high school band in Concert Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the school gym. Refreshments will be served following the performance by the Band Mothers. The Junior high band attended and performed at the NCIBA Elementary-Junior high band clinic in Emmetsburg March 21, They played for a panel.of three Judges arid' received oral 'and written criticism. The band members also had the opportunity to hear other Junior High Bands of various sizes and to hear what the Judges comments were regarding their performances. All in all it proved to be a very rewarding day. - o GENERAL MEETING The Good Hope Lutheran Church Women will have their general meeting Wednesday at POWER CUSHION POIYGLAS 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 3. *lt»rt»d locitloni Do Not Honor link Cr«dit Cirdi, GOODYEAR OOODYIAR-THI ONLY MAKIR OF POLYOLAfT T mil •HILTON'S* Phono 295*3654 SINCLAIR SERVICE Algona, Iowa h» p « ' Devotlon s wfll be given by Mrs. Virgil Heesch. The les«» 'A Mother's Memories" will be presented by the Zelda Circle and Margaret Circle. Rev. Hanson will talk on Higher Education. Hostesses are the Alice circle and the greeters the Darlene Circle. - o Bill Speichersubmittedtomaj- or surgery Saturday at the Park Memorial Hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tryon, Pierre, s. D., were weekend suests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Beed, Mrs. Bonno Schutter, Titonka, Dr. and Mrs. Reuben TJaden, Cedar Rapids, Anna TJaden, Charles city, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph TJaden, Brttt, Mrs. Alma TJa- den, Buffalo Center and Mrs. Sena Kramer, Woden, were guests Sunday of Margreete TJa- <ien at the Prairie View Apartments in Qarner in honor of her birthday. All enjoyed dinner together in the dining room of the apartments and in the afternoon all enjoyed slides of Anna TJa- den's trip to Hawaii. Mr, and Mrs. David spear, Dwlght, m,, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Gardner and Lance, Woden were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mfs. Viola Spear. Mr, and Mrs. Richard spear, i. «»i\r evenln B »-"uiB. f • and Mrs. Euwne Beenken were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Lester Spoo at Qoldfield. Mrs. Grace Isebrand, Woden, Mrs. Viola Spear were Wednesday visitors of several residents in the Drltt Nursing Home.. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Peterson visited Mrs, Stella Peter son Sunday at the Britt Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Alphs, , Woden, Mr, and Mrs, David Spear, Dwlght, ill., were Sunday visitors In the home of Mrs. Viola Spear, Mr. and Mrs, Henry VanHove' were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Intermlll. Mrs. Fred Asche, Mrs. Carl Harms and Mrs. Henry VanHove visited Mrs. Dora Johnson Tuesday at the Armstrong Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Henn, Manson, were Saturday supper guests in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rakow. In the evening all attended the Zwief el-Ludwig wedding at the United Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. James Eckhoff, Cedar Falls, Julie and Jennifer Meyer, Algona, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Meyer. Sunday the Meyers children and families surprised their parents in observance of their wedding anniversary and brought the noon meal, Others to Join their weekend guests were Mr, and Mrs. Arnie Meyer, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook and family, Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Herman and family, Mason city, Mr, and Mrs. Darrel Isebrand and family, inver Heights, Minn., were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isobrand. Mrs. Earl Hobbs, Crystal Lake, was a Monday visitor in the Gene Kromlnga home. Mr, and Mrs. Carroll Van Hove and girls, Buffalo Center, were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hovel Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen and Mrs. Gertie Rike wont to LeSueur, Minn, Sunday and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Straub. The ladies attended a bridal shower for Kenneth's sister, Louisa Straub, Mr. and Mrs. Lament Junker- meler and Tracy were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Emma DeBoer and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur schram, Clear Lake, Mrs. Ruth Woods, Garner, were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed. Mr. and Mrs, Schram will be leaving March 31 to spend a three-week vacation in Germany. They will go sightseeing and also visit Mrs, Schram's cousin Roswell Haecker, who is a retired army major and lives near Frankfurt. Jill and Steven Asche, Blue Earth, visited their grandparents Mr, and Mrs. John Asche Wednesday through Saturday. Friday evening their parents Mr. and Koiiuth County Advance — J Mrs. Carol Asche came and were Monday, March 29, 1971 also overnight guests, all return- — "' ing home Saturday. READ THE WANT ADSI Our Specialty Is Cor Care with a Flair Our experts are al- wayi on hand for all your car needi. 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Gas cools like nothing else, and It cools your entire home so that every room and every corner Is one .hundred per cent Hvable. A silent, natural gas cooling system Is economical, too. And it has no moving parts to break down or wear out. So, don't pack up your family and move to one room for the summer. Cool your entire home the modern way—with efficient, dependable, cool, cool, natural gas. See your local gas company or gas appliance dealer for the names of people who sell and service gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. Cool your whole house with gas. te i>toi . j* JA -«»><" & *$ ^1 SPECIAL PURCHASE OFFER! YOU WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR A NEW GAS GRILL WHEN YOU PURCHASE A GAS CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER OFFER GOOD: MARCH 1 THRU APRIL 30. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ALGONA, IOWA DAY OR NITE - 295-2484

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