Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 11
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Herman Willretts To Observe 50th Anniversary April 21 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett of Britt will observe their Golden Wedding Anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives at the Britt First Lutheran church on Sunday, April 18 from 2 to 4p.m. Margaret Wibben and Herman Willrett were married April 15 1921 at the Lutheran Church in Burt. They farmed in the Algona area until 1938 when they moved to a farm near Britt. Mr. Willrett was also in the trucking business. The couple has three children, Fred and Donna (Mrs. Frank Tech), both of Britt and Richard of Dewitt. They also have six grandchildren. Art Show At Twin Rivers To Be May 18 OTTOSEN - The Twin Rivers Art Show, which had been scheduled for April 16, has been changed and will be held May 18 at the old gym at Bode from 7 9 p.m. Allan Schoonbeck is the instructor. - o LUTHERAN WOMEN MEET The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs. Barrel Jones as the hostess. It was voted to have a bazaar in -the fall, with the items to be marked. il May 5, a Mother's day guest ir ,will beheld. Personal guests, the .Ottosen Presbyterian.women and the Rutland Lutheran women will be invited. - o 'Mrs. Ivan Evenson accompanied her sister, Mrs. Carroll Thudium of Cedar Falls to Harrison; Ark. Sunday. They visited their mother, Mrs. AlThrondson and'their sister, the Ralph Par- kinsons for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and family and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Earl Osborn and Jon of 'Cylinder enjoyed an early Easter dinner at the Star restaurant at Humboldt Sunday. Thursday Olson and his daughter ''Debbie will drive to Albuquerque, N. Mex., to bring home Tom and Nels Olson, to their home in West Bend.' They plan to "arrive home Monday night. Mr, and Mrs. Neal Olson visited Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meyer of Gushing, Okla., from Thursday until Monday. The Meyers were former Bode residents. .Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem attended an Easter cantata at Our Saviour's Lutheran church of Humboldt Sunday night. Later they visited at the Bruce Wat- nem home to help their granddaughter Angela celebrate her tenth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme closed their grocery store March 31 after a three-week closing out sale, The Almes were in the grocery business here for 32 years. Services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon with the Rev. Walter Morz of Algona preaching and administering the communion. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Homer Betz at Grimes. Mark..Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, was confirmed Tuesday night at Peace Lutheran church of West Bend. Sunday guests at the confirmation dinner at the Meyer home were pastor and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeier of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman and Janet of Emmets'burg, Miss Elsie Meyer of "Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Mrs. Paul Meyer was Mark's baptismal sponsor. Mrs. LaVon Conlon of Dakota City and Eldon Meyer were afternoon visitors. JoEllen Meyer who attends Concordia Teachers College of Seward, Nebr. also spent the weekend at the Victor Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson both celebrated birthdays recently. Sunday night the following came to honor them with a party, Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Paeper and Jill of Dakota City, Miss Melba Fox, Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Fred Kampen and Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long. There were three tables of 500. The guests brought a delicious lunch which included a beautiful birthday cake made by Mrs. Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lange and family of Ayrshire and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bratland and family of Bode were Saturday night guests at the Earl Long home for a fish fry. The Langes and Beverly and Cindy Bratland were overnight guests. Sunday noon the Bratlands returned and they all enjoyed a pizza dinner. Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler and family were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs, yirgil,Wilson .of West.Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark and family were Saturday night visitors at the home of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Swenson of Belmond. Mrs. Laurel Worster was a Sunday dinner guest of her mother, Mrs. Anna Honn of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frohling and family took Janel back to her studies at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls Sunday. They were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tvrdik. Susie Boie, who had visited the Tvrdiks since Wednesday returned home with the Froh- lings. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson visited Mrs. O. H. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Olson of Bode Sunday night. Julie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fehr and family of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Underberg and daughters of Ft. Dodge visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. HowardThompsonwere Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crane, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Crane and Mr. and Mrs. George Carpenter of Pleasantville. Sunday night visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Thompson and Patty of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and family. Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. W. G. Cooper visited Mrs. Essie Cooper Friday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultzandfamily of Whittemore. They celebrated Mrs. Schultz's birthday which is this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madsen and family of Sheffield were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Corrin of Early and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brucker of Sac City were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rent Saathoff. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fox of Forest City visited their daughter Miss Melba Fox Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. H. D. Benson was also a Tuesday night supper guest. Miss Melba Fox spent the Easter recess from her teaching duties from Thursday through Monday, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fox of Forest City. Kossuth Co, Is Pilot For State Nutrition Plan DES MOINES - Kossuth County has been selected as one of 17 pilot counties for testing a government plan on how to best provide low-income families with information about food and nutrition programs available to them. The announcement was made this week by the newly-formed Iowa Food and Nutrition Interagency Committee— whose primary objective is to initiate educational programs at the county level. Co-operating with the Iowa Department of Public Instruction are the Iowa Office of Economic Opportunity, the State Department of Health, the State Department of Social Services and the Cooperative Extension Service of Iowa State University. The latter's Expanded Nutrition program will coordinate the activities on the county level. Vern Carpenter, DPI chief, School Food Services, named chairman of the interagency committee, said 17 counties were selected on a pilot basis because the Expanded Nutrition Program has home economists in those areas. School superintendents will be invited to assist in reaching low' income families whose children are not now receiving free and reduced-price lunches. Meet April 14 To Re-Organize Webelos Scouts An important re- organi zation meeting for all Webelos Dens of Cub Scout Pack 29 in Algona has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 14, at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First Congregational Church. All Webelos Scouts are urged to bring their parents to this meeting and at least one parent MUST accompany their son. Door prizes will be awarded at this special Cub Recognition and evening of program planning, FUN and fellowship. Refreshments will also be served. The Webelos weekly meetings have been moved back to Wednesday and the ne,w leaders,will also ,be on hand for all to meet. ' Mae Nesheim, 60, Ex-Ledyard Woman, Dies LEDYARD - Graveside rites for Mrs. Mae Nesheim, 60, of Heritage Home at Bancroft, formerly of Ledyard,' were held at Glenville, Minn. Friday at the cemetery. Mrs. Nesheim died following a heart attack Monday night at the Bancroft home. Born May 11, 1910 in Freeborn County, Minn., she was married to Abner Nesheim Sept. 11 1962 at Canton, S. D. Survivors include her husband, and one daughter, Mrs. Clair Pierce of Kirkland, Wash. Gift In Memory Of Dick Weber The Algona High Class of 1949, represented by Dave Shumway of Algona, presented $41.15 to FFA president Steve Rochleau so that the club may revive a gilt-raising program initiated in 1949 by former'ag instructor George Sefrit and the late Dick Weber, president of Algeria's first FFA chapter. Weber, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weber of Irvington, was killed in a 1957 plane crash. Under the gilt-chain program, an FFA member raises a gilt which is bred and farrows. Then one gilt is given back to the chapter for assignment to another member, and the process is repeated. Briar Cliff Dean's List Is Released - James Walker, of Algona and Dean Kollasch, Whittemore, were among the 31 students at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, who attained a 4.Ograde point average during the second term. James is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walker and Dean's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Kollasch. Other area students named to the Dean's List are: Algona Carole Schneider; Fenton - Alice Lynch; West Bend - Dennis Walker and Whittemore - Ann Loebach. style Show At LuVerne Man X h ? A™, r o, G °" Appointed To Club April 21 - I . • . i Ecological Jobs 50th Anniversary Open House For The John Shays 5 Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. John Shay, Bancroft, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 18, with a high mass in St. John's Catholic Church at 10 a.m. An open house with reception will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. in St. John's school cafeteria. Hosting the event will be their children, Betty, Mrs. Elaine Hoskins, West Bend; Dolores, Mrs. H. P. Mertz, Ottosen; and John, Jr., Yakima, Wash. A cordial invitation to attend the open house is extended to all friends and relatives. John Shay and Gertrude Erickson were married April 13, 1921 in St. John's Catholic Church with Father John B. Balumler officiating. READER COMMENT APPRECIATE PAPERS Dear Sirs: Been receiving both Algona papers here all winter (Fort Myers, Fla.) in fine shape. We appreciated kindness of sending them here. We sure looked forward to getting them twice a week. Expect to be home in Fenton by the 17th. Ed has been attending all the baseball games at Terry Park. The Kansas City! Royals winter here. Minnesota; Twins let us down against Royals.j EAshing not been,what,jA.used toi be/ this year. Sincerely -', Mi 1 .' and Mrs. Edw. Priebe, Fenton. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The Ladies Golf Association of the Whittemore Golf Club will kick off the coming golf season with a Style Show at the clubhouse on Wednesday evening, April 21, starting at8p.m.Mem- bers and their guests are invited to attend, with Mrs. Ralph Bauer chairman for the event. The fashions will be from the Chrischilles Store in Algona and Johnson's Floral will furnish the flowers. The audio is by Schumacher's TV. Door prizes Will be given at this first ladies social event of the golf season. Library Fire At Livermore LIVERMORE - A smoldering fire was discovered in the town Library here April 3 shortly after noon when one of the men who happened to be in the Clerk's Office across the hallway smelled smoke. A-portable electric heater had been plugged in during the forenoon and the fire was centered around the plug in. About 40 books were partially burned and a hole burned through the wall board. The plug in was situated between two shelves. Luckily, no further damage was done by the fire, but the library had to be cleaned because of the smoke. Evangelical Free Church of America to Ann Flom, Ethel Flom Swanson 4-2-71 S 24' of S 1/2 Blk 31 O.P., Wesley Berte, Nicholas & Josephine to Delores M. & Richard Arndorfer 3-30-71 Lot 3 blk 2 Ingham's Add., Algona Bradley, Flora M., Wdw. to Patrick Bradley 4-2-71 That part of NW 1/4 Desc. as see rec. 14-97-29 Breen, Charles E., sgl. to D & M Inc. 4-1-71 All that part of lot 9 of Aud's Plat of Govern Lot 3 (desc. as see rec.) 11-95-29 Hobbie Delores J., sgl. to Roger J. & Karen K. Boyken3-26-71 NE frl 1/4 (exc. see rec.) 2-95-30 McEnroe, C. Leo & Viola Pearl to Francis Schmidt, McEnroe, James T., McEnroe, Betty Ann, Higgins, Dorothy, McCaffrey, Mary Helen 4-1-71 E 1/2 NE 1/4 7-95-28 & NW 1/4 NW 1/4 8-95-28 & W 1/2 W 1/2 SW 1/4 5-95-28 McGuire, M. T. & Florence P. to Merl G. & Ramona Joan Johnson 3-29-71 NE 1/4 19-100-27 Preston, Howard E. & Blanche to Blanche Preston 3-26-71 NE frl 1/4 3-98-30 Rusch, Wendell H. & Phyllis L., Rusch, Franklin D. & Patty A., to Riggert, Harold A. Riggert, Alvin F., Riggert, Elmer H. 3-26-71 That part of NE 1/4 (desc. as see rec.) 10-96-30 Scanlan, F. C. & Matilda M. to Wibben Constr., Inc. 3-31-71 W 1/3 lot 6 blk 23 O.P., Algona St. Trans $27.50 Williams, Robert G. & Valeria to Build-A-Rama, Inc. 4-1-71 E 2/3 lot 1 blk 280. P., Algona Butterfield, Fred G., Adm. to L. W. Davidson, Mittag, Dennis P. 4-1-71 Northerly portion of lot 13, Aud's Plat of N 1/2 NE 1/4 (Desc. as see rec.) 19-99 Frankl, Lois M., Sgl. to James H. & Eleanor Geelan 3-29-71 Lot 6 of Lot 6 of Aud's Plat of parts of Lot 6 of Aud's Plat of SW 1/4 12-95-29 (see rec.) Platt, Howard L. St Hazel L. to Howard & Esther Forsberg 4-171 W 4/5 of lot 12 of Fisher Est. being W 8 acres of SE 1/4 NW 1/4 NE 1/4 14-95-29 Tietz, Rudolph & Clara to Clifford & Floy Riebhoff 3-26-71 W 1/2 of Lot 7 of Aud's Subdiv of Lot 1 of Aud's Plat of E 3/4 Of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 11-95-29 • • • AMES, IA. - David Trauger of the Iowa State University faculty will attend the 1971 White House Conference on Youth at Estes Park, Colo., April 18-22. Trauger is from LuVerne. Mr. Trauger, who is executive secretary of Iowa State's Environtology Council, has been asked to help formulate recommendations pertaining to the involvement of youth in environmental matters. Trauger is faculty advisor to the student Environmental Action committee at Iowa State and is chairman of the Iowa Confederation of Environmental Organizations, consisting of 32 conservation and environmental organl- Kossuth County Advance - 11 Monday, April 12, 1971 zations. Recently, Gov. Robert Ray appointed Trauger chairman of the Earth V/eek observance in Iowa during April 19-25. Trauger is assistant professor of zoology and entomology. lowatha District Scout Meeting Here Thursday The lowatha District Committee meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 15, in the ' First Congregational Church Fellowship Hall at Algona. The program will include orienting the new members of the operating functions of die District. District officers, committee chairmen and all institutional Representatives (l.R.'s) should attend this import ant meeting and it is necessary that all Packs and Troops in the District be represented by their I. R. or his representative. An added feature will be a patrol of scouts from Troop 70 who will make and serve homemade donuts, under the supervision of Tim Rooney, an Eagle Scout who participated in the last National Jamboree. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall of Lake Mills and formerly of rural Clear Lake, observed their 65th wedding anniversary on April 4. Mr. Hall is 90 years and his wife 94. • I • • • • • • • • Value. It still means something at Penneys. Sale 2 fo 8 Reg. 4.99. Boat shoes. Heavy cotton duck upper, cushion insole-arch support, molded rubber soles. Men's, ladies' and boys' sizes. Youths' and girls' sizes, Reg. 3.99. Sale 2 lor $7 Sale 2 '""10 Reg. 5.99, Big fashion look! Expanded vinyl uppers. Contrasting stripes In black or white. Cushion insoles. Herringbone design molded rubber boat soles, Youths', boys', men's and ladles' sizes. Sale Prices Effective thru Saturday. Sale 4" Reg. $6. Pants. And more pants. Knits or not, Slim fits and flares. Polyester, polyester/ cotton, polyester/rayon, polyester crepe, acetate/polyester, cotton duck, cotton suede, stretch nylon. Misses' and junior sizes Reg. $7 Now 5.99 SPECIAL Plaid Flair Jeans $O99 3 •ach Save 15% on made-to-measure draperies Draperies made to any size with over 70 patterns, 700 colors to choose from! Whatever your choice, it will be finished with expert detailing. To Measure: Width: measure from (G) to (H) or simply the width you want to cover. Length: for ceiling to floor length, measure (A) to (B). For regular floor length measure (C) to (D). For sill length measure (E) to (F). Add 3 inches for below-sill length. Sale prices effective through Saturday. SPECIAL: Agilon Panti Hose 99 C P'. Suntan and coffee bean. Short, average, long and extra-long. < < < > :< ' f • 4 T • > • • • • • • • • ! • • <mn«>«ff i

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