Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1971 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 19, 1971
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6 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, April 19, 1971 Irvingfon Has Many Guests Easter Week IRVINGTON • Supper guests Thursday evening April 8th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabln and family, were Mrs. Sabln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Bliven from Rudolph, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bleich and Laurie Jean, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland from Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bliven were on their way to South Sioux City, Nebr., to visit Mr. Bliven's mother Mrs. Mazie Bliven. Enroute home on Sunday the Blivens stopped at Badger and were overnight guests of Mrs. Bliven's brother, Mervin Fevold, and from Badger they returned to the Ronald Sabin home and were Monday morning breakfast guests and then returned to their home at Rudolph. -o- Easter Sunday weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Canaday and family were, Mr. Canaday's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Canaday and family from Douds. Other Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Canaday home were the sons, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Canaday and family and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canaday and family both from Algona. The Roy Canadays returned to their home at Douds on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabin and family drove to Eldora Easter Sunday and were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sabin's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riesetter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer drove to Ackley, Easter Sunday and were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Siemer's sister, Helen Hanig, and while there visited with Mrs. Catherine Thurm, Washington D. C. who was also visiting relatives in Ackley. Mrs. Thurm is a long time friend of Mrs. Siemer. En- route home the Siemers stopped at Dumont, and visited a niece of Mrs. Siemer, Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Kampman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schulz, Des Moines, spent Easter Sunday at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, and his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Schulz. Easter Sunday weekend guests at the home of Mrs, Marguerite Hayes, Irvington, were her stepson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes and daughters Janet and Susan from Cedar Rapids. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Margaret Kent were the sons, Robert, who attends college at Storm Lake and Dick at home, the daughter Mrs. Margaret Curren and son Paul, the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Provencal and Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Bazan, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell and family, Ankeny, were Easter Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Colwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius. Durwood Walkers were Easter Sunday visitors at the Gerald Schmitts, Graettinger. The Thomas Gronbachs spent the Easter weekend with the James Stammers at Perry. Robert Casey who spent a few days at St. Ann hospital after his left elbow was pulled from the socket when he jumped from a tractor that was over-turning, was returned to his home April 10th. The arm was still badly swollen and painful. Naomi Rose who was taken to St. Ann hospital April 7th and was flown to Iowa City the same day was released from the Coronary Unit April 12. She is now in C-32 at University Hospital. Friends here have been notified of the birth of a son, Claud Kent, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dearchs, Ft. Worth, Texas. The baby weighed 7 Ibs. 13 1/2 oz. Marvin is a former Algonan. Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves reports that the daughter, Mrs. Dick McGinnis, Algona, who had surgery at Mason city, recently was able to return home April 8th. Easter Sunday guests at the Gerald Colemans were the Kenneth Potters, Ackley, the Carroll Potters, and Mr. and Mr s. Jim Romer and John Romer, all of Algona. The Harold Sabins were Easter guests at the home of Mrs. Sabin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bensen at Ringsted. In 1930 there were 19 million horses on American farms and less than one million tractors LIGHTNING . . . A Destructive Killer DEFINITION - Lightning is a gigantic electric spark between areas where positive and negative electrical charges become concentrated. Lightning can occur within a cloud, between two clouds, or between a cloud and the earth. DEATH, INJURY AND DAM AGE-Two hundred thirty persons die annually from lightning strikes, and more than 1,000 are injured. Damage from lightning in the United States is in excess of ?100 million annually . . . one-quarter of which results from the yearly average of more than 27,000 fires started by lightning. SAFETY RULES: 1. Remain indoors during thunderstorms if at all possible. 2. Large or metal buildings afford more protection than smaller or frame buildings. 3. Stay away from open doors or windows, fireplaces, stoves, and electrical equipment such as radio and television sets, lamps or other plug-in devices. 4. If caught out-of-doors, seek shelter in a depression, a cave, deep valley or canyon; the foot of a cliff or the interior of a dense forest. If caught in a forest, stand under short trees which are surrounded at some distance by taller trees. If caught out near isolated trees or trees growing in small groves or along arteries, it generally is better to crouch down in the open, away from the trees. 5. Do not use fishing rods, golf clubs or other steel or metal items during a thunderstorm. Easter guests at the Gerald Hanson home were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Finley and Ginger, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christensen, Burt. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Don Diers, Titonka. Observing Easter with Mr.and Mrs. Floyd Fisher, Fort Dodge, were the Robert Smiths, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel, Mrs. Sula Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy and son Billy, all of LuVerne. Having Easter Brunch at the Charles Reaper home were the Dean Culbertsons, from Lone Rock, the Donald Hansens, Algona, the Durwood Walkers and the Leonard Hansens, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holt, Maquoketa, spent Easter weekend at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire. The Thomas Gronbachs visited the James Stammers at Perry, April 17th. The son Tommy was to remain with the Stammers while Mrs. Gronbach took another son Larry to Iowa city, for a checkup and possible treatment April 20th. Ronald Gronbach, Woodward, who had been visiting his parents for a few days was returned to Woodward, April 13th. Special Easter services were held at the Irvington Church April llth with the choir Ringing two numbers and the Sunday School singing once during the worship service. Keith Strayer preached on the topic "Awake to Easter". At the close of the worship service, the Youth Fellowship served rolls, coffee, and hot chocolate in the annex. A. M. N. Richard Harms, Chanute, A.S.B., III., and Mrs. Harms, Perry and Mr, and Mrs. Walter Piatt, Des Moines were Easter weekend visitors at the Albert Harms home, Algona. Mrs. Eunice Zuetlau, Dakota • City, visited at the Otto Schipull home on Wednesday evening April 14th, and attended the program of the Lucia Wallace and Bertha Godfrey schools, with them. Observing Easter onGood Friday with Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley were the Bill Laings, St. Paul, Minn., the John Pfeffers, Ames, and the Jerry Ferstls. The Jerry Ferstls were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl, Liver more. 15 Algona High Students Attend FBIA Conference Members of the Algona High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America sent delegafe'sib the 25th annual State" Leadership Conference held on comfort condition your nome... Times have changed and new methods are now available to make your home more comfortable than ever before,'Here are four areas that are now getting top priority by smart homeowners and builders: insulate Proper insulation makes your home warmer In cold weather, and cooler In hot weather. This reduces original equipment costs and monthly utility charges, saving you money two ways. air cleaners New electronic air cleaners are now available that cleanse air of dirt, dust, lint, smoke, pollen and bacteria, Asthma and allergy sufferers have led the way to growing popularity of electronic air cleaning equipment. temperature contros The shift Is on to automatic systems for heating and air conditioning with thermostats to provide precise control, The preferred systems now are those that provide cleanliness and operate efficiently. humid contro Personal comfort is almost as dependent on humidity as on temperature. Smart homeowners are installing humidifiers and de-humldlflers to assure year-round comfort. Each of these tour areas deserves special attention . . . Each can help you comfort condition your home . .. electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities the campus of the University of Northern Iowa April 16 and 17. Members from the local chapter competed against other Iowa chapters to represent Iowa at the National Conference in Miami Beach, Florida on June 9 to the 22. Representing Algona High in the various competivie events were: Lori calhoun - Miss Future Business Leader; Rita Doocy - Extemporaneous Speaking; Marj Dailey, Pat Kramer and Rhonda Wegner - Spelling Relay; Chris Carson - Creed Oration; Sheri Knecht and Debi Bulten - Novice Shorthand (80); Marj Dailey - Novice Shorthand (90); Cheryl Bird and Carmen Kautsch - Novice Typing; Nancy Haag and Virginia Schultz- Amateur Typing; Terry Moe and Mary Lovstad - Courtesy Corp. Buffalo Boosters At Titonka Get 4-H Day Report TITONKA - The Buffalo Boosters met Saturday in the Titonka library with seven members and one leader present. Lois Bentley led the pledge of allegiance and Marlys Eden led the 4-H pledge. Juniors answered roll call "What I Had for Breakfast", Intermediates and Seniors answered by "Naming a Food Rich in Iron". Thea Dunmire and Lois Bentley, reported on Algona Day. A delegate for Intermediate Camp was selected namely, Rachel Eden. Toe girls discussed getting together with the other local clubs on a cleanup campaign with Lois Bentley and Thea Dunmire on the committee to see if others are interested. Plans were made for the Mothers Tea, May 1 with the following committees named: Food Comm.; Linda Beal, Marlys Eden, and Thea Dunmire; entertainment; Lois Beal and Lois Bentley; centerpieces; Rachel Eden. Talks were on "A Nutritionally good breakfast" by Rachel Eden. "Importants of Milk and Eggs In the Diet" by Terry Tjaden. Demonstrations were on "Making Cocoa" by Thea Dunmire, "Making Omelet" by Marlys Eden, and'"Making Cinnamon Toast" by Kristine Bahling. The leader told how to make a hot chocolate dry mix. Lois Bentley was hostess and the girls prepared and ate the breakfast which all helped to make. * * * MOVE TO TITONKA Mr. and Mrs. Mike Etherington moved to Titonka from Forest City recently and are living in the Zwiefel Apartments. Both are employed at Winnebago Industries. * * * GETS DISCHARGE Pat Higgins arrived home Saturday from Fort Sill, okla. after having been discharged from the Army Reserves. * * * of Spencer, Wis. were weekend visitors in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruse. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isebrand and Jolene, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Finer and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Culbertson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Allen and Todd, Ankeny, and Mr. and Mrs. David Isebrand, Janesville, Minn, were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen. Easter dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Ray Franzen were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen and Mrs. Llna Sonnenberg. Guests for Easter in the Sheldon Bengston home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Akkerman and family, Mr.andMrs.MikeEther- ington, and Mr, and Mrs. Burt Weaver and family of Buffalo Center. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helen Krominga were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller, Floyd, la., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kado and Mitchell, Valparaiso, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krominga, Terry and Melanie, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Larson, Sarah Thompson, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. David Cushman and Lance, Spirit Lake and Clifford Soodsma. Afternoon guests were Louise Plai- sier, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plai- sier and Joyce and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Buns, of Woden. SAVE FOR HIS HIGH _ _ , .-.x:'i«FV.,<.W •>—•«-. ASPIRATIONS! MAKE SURE YOUR SON HAS THE CHANCE to be what he wants to be. Save regularly from the time he's small, and we can add enough in compound earnings to pay a year's college tuition. Start now. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SAVING Mrs. Dick Meinders and family READ THE WANT ADSI ROBO Never Enough Tim* To Get Thing*. Done 1 ROBO Wash It Optn 24 Hours A Day And Two Minute* It All It Take*. S. Phillip* St. Algona. 5 *70 "'iK.MrulurlWKmk Saving C 3 /V (l:,ini|i..undrdOu«rt.Tly) T» 5 4> /O "" ''' Nlnnt1 ' Ortirirnlr Sovinii. K|? It f f w (SI.(HH)Minimum) •• /' O iin 1 • Year Ortlfiritr Sninm (11,000 Minimum) A cm 'i • Year Certificate Savinn V tSI<Uirin\linlm,,m\ * (S 10.000 Minimum) HOME FEDERAL Savings I Loan Association Corner of State & Harlen Algona, Iowa HEIEHBDRS TO Richard W. Krause of LuVerne ALGONA IMPLEMENT YOUR 1H DEALER \' Algona, Iowa 295-r)01 After hours — 295-5;»28 JOE BRADLEY EQUIP. PHONE 295-2421 ALGONA OMC TRUCKS GEHL FIRESTONE STANHOIST This week's Good Neighbors To Know introduces Richard W. Krause, 33, and his son Torrey, i 1/2, rural LuVerne. Richard rents 270 acres one mile west of LuVerne. This year he will plant 110 acres of corn; 115 acres of beans; and 24 acres are in diverted acres. Richard has at present, 112 head of hogs ready for market; 140 recently farrowed baby pigs, and 17 sows. Mr. Krause enjoys fishing but admits there Just isn't much time for the hobby. He also is a member of the Zion Lutheran Church of LuVerne and presently holds the position of treasurer. He also holds a membership in the Farm Bureau. Richard has farmed all of his life. Born Sept. 9, 1937, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause of LuVerne. His only brother, Howard, 11.farms.in Kossuth county.. RicHard was playing in a Softball game at Ottosen when he met his wife, the former Leslie Zinnel,bornJan.9,1944, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel of Ottosen. The couple were married April 4, 1964. Besides their son, Torrey, Richard and his wife have two daughters, Shelly Ann, 6, and Shawnna, 5. Mrs. Krause enjoys bowling as a hobby and belongs to the Zion Lutheran Church of Lu- Verne. Farming, especially this time of year, keeps one pretty busy, but there is some spare time at other times and Richard utilizes this time selling Trojan Hybrid seed Corn in LuVerne, Vernon and Humboldt townships. Thormoaas OF ALGONA with exclusive .Blue Carpet Seryice! SO. PHILLIPS ALGONA t in farm credit. Owned and controlled by the farmers it serves, So, Phillips Algona THE TOWN AND COIINTft VIKING OIL COMPANY North Main St. Ph. 295-3749 Algona, la. BUSCHER Ph. 295-3749 Roy Stofftl, owntr Viking Oil offers a wide variety of farming needs Located just north of the Milwaukee station In Algona, Viking maintains a large service shop that is equipped to handle any size car or truck. A multitude of high-quality, reaasonably.priced products are also available, all types of fuel and fuel oil; all brands of oil and grease; gasoline pumps; tires and accessories and complete ear & truck servicing Stop In any time for friendly, efficient and dependable service . . . ALGONA, IOWA CARGILL INC, Nutrena, Ff«ds Heolth Aid* Grinding and Mixing Plumbing . Heating Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pump* Water Systems Complete fixture* Nutrena Feeds - Bulk and Bagged Fertilizer - custom spraying. 216 W. State Algona So. Phillips Algona Phone 295-3640 ALGONA WAYNE FEED SUPPLY P. R. IRONS PLUMBING AND HEATING

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