Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1971 · Page 6
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6 - Kotsuth County Advance Monday, April 5, 1971 Confirm 12 Titonkans At Ramsey Reformed Church TITONKA - Twelve young people were confirmed Sunday at the Ramsey Reformed Church during the morning worship service. Those being confirmed were Beverly Beenken, Lee Beenken, Bradley Heyer, Craig Heyer, Duane Hinz, Bonnie Huesman, Stephen Janssen, Donna Ricklefs, Larry Ricklefs, Inez Rippentrop, Marilee Risius and John Sleper. - o RENT APARTMENTS Two of the newly built apartments have been rented. Miss Becky Brandow of Lone Rock has rented an apartment and is employed at Marian's Red carpet Beauty Salon in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Hill moved their household goods from Algona into one of the apartments. The Hill's own the Red Dog Lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig moved to Iowa from California in December and have been renting a home in Wesley and since purchased the late Louise Mechler home and after some remodeling will move into their home in the near future. - o - NEW RESIDENTS Several new residents have been moving in Titonka in the past several weeks. Mrs. Fannie Schaumberg and her brother, Walter Boeckholt have purchased the former Welp home and after some extensive remodeling, have moved from a home in Elmore, Minn. Mrs. Ernie Carlson and family moved into the Fern Dockstader home recently where the family will make their home while thetr husband and father Major Carlson is serving in Viet Nam. The family recently returned from duty in Japan. - o The V.F.W, Auxiliary to Kennedy Post 4071 will meet Tuesday, April 6 in the Titonka community library club room, at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Lois Norland and Thelma Higgins. The Dorcas Circle of the Ramsey Reformed Church will meet Wednesday, April 7 at 1:30 p.m. Lesson will be given by Rev. Janssen. Devotions by Mrs. Herman Harms. Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred DeVries and Miss Minnie Pannkuk. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radmak- er and family, Cherokee were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmaker. Other weekend guests were on Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer and Roy Wai- SINUS SUFFERERS Here't good nowi for youl Exclujtve new -'hard core" SYNA-CIEAR Deeongeitont tableti oet imtantly and continuously to drain and clear all naial-ilnui cavltlei. One "hard core" tablet a>et you up to 8 houn relief from pain and preiiure of eongeition. Allow* you to breathe eailly—stops watery eyei and runny note. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR AT HONSBRUCH'S. without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try It today! Introductory Offer Worth $]50 Cut out thli ad—take to store listed. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12'» and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12-Pack Free. —HONSBRUCH DRUG - Algona, la. 1 ROBO Give Your Car The Care It Needs. Stop Winter Time Salt Damage With A ROBO Wash And Wax. S. Phillips Street, Algona satety oegre with You and your family are surrounded by electric wiring, appliances and equipment 24 hours a day. To help you use electricity safely, we present these ten safety tips: When buying electrical equipment or appliances, look for the Underwriters Laboratories' seal of approval. Never drape electrical cords or wire over radiators or pipes or other metal objects. __ I When working outside the house, avoid any contact with overhead power lines or exposed wires. Check all extension and appliance cords frequently to make sure they are not worn or frayed. If they are, replace them immediately. Don't patch a broken cord. Never place electrical cords In doorways or under carpets. Don't plug power tools or heavy appliances Into a lamp socket. Lamp cords are not made to carry a heavy electrical load. Use a wall outlet. » Never pull a plug from a wall outlet by cord. Grasp the plug Itself and pull It straight out. Never leave irons or other heating appliances plugged in when not In use. For portable tools or appliances, the best precaution against an accidental short Is a three-wire plug or cord Instead of the usual two-wire connection. If you have doubts about appliance grounding, cord sizes, or other electrical questions, check with a licensed electrician. >32S Vet* Algona Municipal Mies rod. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Radmaker and family, Buffalo Center and Mrs. Tena Rad- maker. in the evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wubben. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gray, Minneapolis were weekend visitors in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Ullmann and came to attend the 40th anniversary observance of the Ull- manns. Sunday dinner and afternoon guests in the Richard Beenken home to honor their daughter, Beverly on her confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Limberg and Harley, Woden; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redenius, Britt; Carol Boekelman, Titonka. Sunday dinner guests in the Harvey Heyer home in honor of Craig's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. George Heyer, Mrs. Betty Heyer and family, Buffalo Center, Judy Smith. An afternoon guest was Joleen Sleper. In honor of Inez's confirmation guests for dinner in the Ray Rippentrop home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rippentrop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Thilges and boys, Bode, Pamela Ludwig, Jean and Jane Sleper. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. pete Honken at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baade and boys were Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goetsch at Clear Lake. Doan Women At Federated Club Meeting DOAN - Members of the Doan Federated Woman's Study Club who attended the annual Kossuth County Convention were Mrs. Henry Mertz, Mrs. Dale Struthers, Mrs. Bob Boleneus, Mrs. Harold Martinek, Mrs. Eugene Huff, and Mrs. Ross Struthers. The convention was held at the Algona 'United Methodist Church, Tuesday. Speakers included Mrs. Norman Rolland of Bode, who is the Sixth District Director, and Mrs. Olga Wortman of Lakota who spoke on "Pollution." - o HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Homemakers met March 24 at the home of ,'Mrs. John B. Wilson with-Mrs. Ronald Gardner and Mrs. Floyd Bode assisting hostesses. Nineteen members answered roll call by telling "A New Style I Like." Mrs. Gerald Garman gave Inspirations "The Art of Laughter- A Forgotten Tonic". She quoted, "Laughter must be God's gift to mankind, as he is the only one of God's creature with the gift of laughter." She also read an article on whistling and singing while working. Two pair of men's pajamas were on display which will be sent to the hospital ship Hope. Mrs. William Paetz reminded members that April 5 is to be Farm Bureau Woman's Day and urged everyone to come and bring a friend. One need not be a member to be welcome. The meeting is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Building basement. Mrs. Mike Schmit reported on lessons available to homemakers from the Extension Office. For a very small rental fee, a wide range of lessons is available to groups. The lesson "Sew Easy with Knits" was given by Mrs. Evert Broesder and Mrs. Willis Etherington. Much interest was shown in this interesting and informative lesson. Lists of suggestions for sewing knits were distributed. The next meeting will be April 28 at the home of Mrs. Stanley Gardner with Mrs. Walter Bleich and Mrs. Mike Schmit assisting. Mrs. John Wilson will have the Inspiration. The lesson on Safety Barbara Zwiefel Married To Gary Ludwig March 20 The Titonka United Methodist at Titonka was the setting for the 7:30 p.m. candlelight wedding of Barbara Zwiefel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel, Wesley, to Gary Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig, Titonka, March 20. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father where she was attended by JoAnn Engelbarts, Woden, as maid of honor, and Joleen Sleper and Pamela Ludwig, both of Titonka, as bridesmaids. Serving the groom were Jim Bahling, Cherokee, as best man, and groomsmen were Jim Carlson and Alan Zwiefel, both of Wesley. Michelle Zwiefel, Titonka, and Michelle Senne, Des Moines, cousins of the bride and groom, respectively, were flower girls. Candlelighters were Eugene Zwiefel, Wesley, and Scott Klnseth. Ushering the guests to their seats were Denny Schutjer, Wesley, and Lanny Thacker, Titonka. Gregory Michaelsen, Titonka, was the soloist, accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Ernest Van Weelden, Wesley. The bride's personal attendant was Nancy Thompson, Spencer, a friend of the bride. A reception was held in the church basement with Ellen Lovik, Omaha, Nebr., registering the guests. Darrel Harms, Cedar Falls, and Cheryl Cunningham, Cedar Falls, dipped punch; and coffee was poured by Mrs. Robert Kinseth, Grinnell, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Matthew Platt, Algona, aunt of the bride. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs.' Brian Zwiefel, Burt, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Wayne Senne, Des Moines, aunt of the groom. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krominga. Serving as waitresses were Rhonda Sleper,' Britt, Joleen Giesking, Titonka, and Sandra Zwiefel and Marlene Zwiefel, Burt, cousins of the bride. Roberta Zwiefel, Burt, cousin of the bride, Karen Brandt, LeMars, and Cheryll ubben, •Out-of-town guests were from. Des^f Cherokee and Omaha, Nebr. •;-• After a short trip to Minneapolis the bridal couple will make their home at Titonka where the bride,is presently employed at the Titonka Savings Bank and the groom is attending Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) while Raymond was in Cam Rahn Bay, Viet Nam for radio repairs. - o FT. LEAVENWORTH, KANS.- William C. Hamilton, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hamilton, Burt, recently was promoted to Army Specialist Four at Ft. Leavenworth, Kans. where he is serving with the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks. Spec. Hamilton, assigned to Headquarters Company, entered the Army in June, 1970, com. pleted basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and was last stationed at Ft. Gordon, Ga. A 1964 graduate of Burt Community High School, he received his B.A. degree in 1968 at Texas Wesleyan College,- Ft. Worth. Before entering the Army he was a teacher at Klemme High School. - o FT. HOOD, TEX. - Army Private First Class Ronald K. Frederick, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl M. Frederick, Livermore, recently fired expert with the M-16 rifle at Ft. Hood, Tex. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve on his weapons qualification test. His wife, Rita, lives at Killeen, Tex. The private received his B.S. degree "in 1969 from Westmar College, LeMars. Buena Vista Froth The following seven Algona people have been admitted as freshman to Buena Vista College in Storm Lake for this September: Mrs. Margaret K. Curren; John D. Heinen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinen; Suzanne M. McGinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RiclnrdMcGinnisjBryanT. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Murphy; Philip M. Me Carthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCarthy; Michael R. Rahm, son of Mr^ and Mrs. Magnus Rahm; and Peggy A. Sabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin. WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW1 tftt Vtf IM W ** W tf* fc* ** WWh-tYd will be presented by Mrs. Floyd Bode. - o AT WORKSHOP An officers workshop was held Tuesday afternoon at the Buffalo Center United Methodist church. Those attending from Doan were Mrs. Tom Ellefson, Mrs. Gerald Bahling, Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. Ho Buffington and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. - o Cheryl Cunningham visited in the parental Ray Cunningham home last week from her studies at the University of Northern Iowa. This was the spring break for the students at U.N.I. Friday supper guests in the Jim Schumacher home in honor of Tammy Schumacher's first birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ricke and family of Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schumacher, Sharon and Joan, Ron Ricke, Becky Brandow of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wagner. Evening callers included Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stuf- lick, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wagner and Kathy of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weber. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson visited friends in Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., over the past weekend. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kain and Jamie of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Plaehn and family and Mrs. Martha Drager and Eugene. „ OUR 1 1 SERVICEMEN SERVICEMEN MEET According to word received from Albert H.' Johnson of Corwith, Sgt. Raymond A. Johnson, HHB, 5th Bn 27th Arty., visited recently with PaulThorsen,Swea City, who is in the Air Force, ALGONA ion LIVERMORE because you're number one! Land Bank Variable Interest Rate Loans providfe for interest rate reduction when economic conditions permit and offer borrower protection, too, That's one of the reasons people with growing ideas do business with the Land Bank. For a long term loan .on land—see us! EMMITSBURO, IA. 50536 3004 West Main Street Phone: 852-2645 Field office: Algona — Thursday A.M. See Eugene Hutchins, Mgr. or Iver Johnson, Bob Reel, or Helen Haas SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mrs. Young is the former Walece Schmicking. NEW YORK VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Rippentrop, Norwich, N.Y., were Thursday to Monday visitors at the home of his parents, the Everett Rippentrops. They were weekend guests of his sister, the Homer Henricksens, Ringsted, and Sunday guests there to greet them were the Everett Rippen- trops and Evelyn, Dwayne Rippentrop, the David Rippen- trops and family of Newton, the Orville Rippentrops and family, Wall Lake, Lyle Rippentrop and Kathy Tonn, Blue Earth. - o Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rippentrop, who have been staying at the home of his parents, the Everett Rippentrops, are visiting her parents, the William Hays at Sumner. Mrs. Walter jSchmicking paid a nine-day visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Fred Youngs, Rolling Meadows, HI. tor.any formal-wear needs, get the. latest styles from DIAMOND'S •Alflona - NOTICE - STATE FARM INSURANCE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED To Attend State Farm Convention MARCH 30 THRU APRIL 8 FOR EMERGENCY CLAIM SERVICE CALL: MASON CITY 424-3054 Business will resume as usual April 9. STATE FARM INSURANCE UGONA, IOWA 295-5554 a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church ... Woe tothee f O land, when thy king is a child, and thy princes eat m the morning/' ' _ f cdesiast es 10:16 ™»J' qu °;? t10 " from ^e Bible is interpreted to mean there is seldom peace m politics because of deceit and self interest. Politics wi hou principle, ,s a major sin, whether it occurs a.t national, state coumy d"y or precinct level. Without principle, there is self-interest in Zcmmem and inadequate attention to the needs and the will of the pcS T There is, of course, treachery in politics and government, as there is°n business r±S It , Cann ° t ^T^' hmVCVer < Whcn P c °P lc care enough to be coS Sra;^^ th f Will) 3nd l ° SU PP° rt Politicians 8 and leaders dedicated to serving the common good. Politics and peoplc - and These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - GMC Truck. - Gehl Flreitone Tlre» - Stanhoiit ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 -r Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Htrb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research Mar. SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping li A Pleaiure" COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 and 169 VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 Closed Tuesdays WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. 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