Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1971 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 10, 1971
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Mrs. Dornbier, Wesley, Is "Mother Of The Month" WESLEY - Mrs. Dale Dornbier was selected as "Mother of the Month" May, by the Farm Wife magazine. Rosemary is the mother of 12 lively youngsters, and wears her title of "Mother" like a badge. She's a "family first" type of farm wife, who prefers "being there" when needed to working at some job outside the home. While she's one of the first to help out at church or when a neighbor is ill, she finds time to make most of her family's clothes, freezes 200 chickens, annually shelves a staggering 1,000 quarts of canned food each year, tends a large garden, decorates cakes for special community occasions, and participates in school functions and Homemaker club activities. Rosemary is a daughter of Mrs. Hazel Studer and the late August Studer. Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Sister Dorothea, William, John, Rosemary, Angeline and Ollie visited the Bernard Heinan's at Elsworth April 25, -o- NEPHEW DIES Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ricke and Michael attended the funeral of her nephew, Gregory Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sherman of Fort Dodge, April 26, in the Corpus Christi Catholic church in Fort Dodge. The twenty year old young man was killed in a one car accident just a mile from his home April 23. He had recently received his honorable discharge from the service due to poor health. He was a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman of Fort who knowr MINNEAPOLIS know the 'MOTOHOTELt l— L ' - ' i For Convenience, For Luxury Accommodations, For Friendliness, For Budget Rates, For Resort-like Atmosphere. 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Lease went to Fort Dodge Friday, where they called at the Lauserweiler Funeral Home to pay their respects to Frank Ulish and family, following the death of Mrs. Ulish 68, who had died of cancer. The funeral services were held at the Corpus Christi Catholic church, with burial in the Corpus Christi cemetery. Mrs. Ulish served as Webster County Home Economist for 2 years. Mr. Ulish is past 8th district legion commander and was connected with the Iowa State Highway commission, -o- WESLEY WIZARD'S The regular meeting of the Wesley Wizard's 4-H club was held Saturday, May 1 at 2:00 p.m. at Mary Christensens house. There were 19 members and 3 leaders present. The meeting was called to order by Bessie Skow, president. Mary Christensen gave a demonstration on "Cooking Hamburger". Barb Larson gave a demonstration on "Meat Cuts and How to Cut Them". The club made tray favors for the Hancock County Memorial hospital. Lunch was served by Mary Christensen and Carol Kunkel, hostesses. Jane Larson, reporter. -o- ELECTED DIRECTOR Mrs. Hazel Studer was elected Representative Director of the Kossuth County T. B. Association April 20, when the meeting was held at the Johnson House, Algona. Dr. John Schutter was elected president, -o- TULIP TOUR A group of Wesley women joined other women of the county in a bus tour to the Tulip Festival at Pella Friday, May 7. They also viewed the Red Rock Project near Knoxville. -o- RENT HOUSE Mr. ' and,"MrS'. : Dbnf tester of the LuVerne area have rented the Mrs. Theresa Foertsch house in the west par toft own and moved in over the weekend, -o- MOVE TO TITONKA Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig and son moved recently to Titonka, where they had purchased a home. They had been living in the Hemmingsen residence, which has been sold, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith > and daughter of Clear Lake were Sunday callers in the Richard Smith home Suaday. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch, Diane, Jeff and Jerry of Estherville called on her mother, Mrs. Viola Studer and on the G. M. Studer's and the Everett Acker- sons Sunday. They had also visited Mr. Kelch's sister, Mrs. Sara Lallier in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert report a new grandson, born Wednesday, April 28 to Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy of Algona, at St. Ann hospital. The mother is the former Joan Hilbert. The young couple have two other sons, Jody and Chris. Mrs. Bernice Vltzthum entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Mary Weber will entertain the ladles on Thursday afternoon, May 13. William Koppen went to Rochester, Minn,, Monday for a medical check-up in a hospital there. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Hammond and her brothers, Vine and Ed Eisenbacher and Father Linus Eisenbacher, the latter T • 1 guaranteed mufflen exfra value, there's coif for Installation. 25th Anniversary Open House For Robert Dreyers 5 Algona MR. AND MRS. Robert Dreyer of Algona will celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniversary with an Open House on Sunday the 16th of May, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran Church. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. The courtesy is being hosted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dreyer of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Dreyer of Long Beach, California. The couple requests no gifts, please. of Odebolt were guests Friday evening in the home of another brother, the Roman Eisenbachers in Armstrong. The family gathering honored Roman's 67th birthday and the 33rd anniversary of Father Linus in the priesthood. He at one time was stationed in Armstrong. The White Cross ladies met at the Evangelical Free church Wednesday. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Odebolt spent Thursday till Saturday visiting relatives In the area. On May 1 he observed his 33rd year in the priesthood. His first assignment was as chaplain in St. Joseph Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, where he was seven years, later serving the catholic parishes in Alvord, Armstrong and now at Odebolt, where he has been five years. He is a son of the late Ignatius Eisen- bachers. Rev. and Mrs. William Moritz returned Thursday evening from several days visit in Minneapolis, Minn, with her mother, Mrs. Oscar Knutson, who had been hospitalized. Carol Otis and a roommate Connie Krasche of Iowa City, and Karen Otis of Rochester, Mihn.'| ll Sp'6nt the' weekend in the parental Edmund Otis home: ' Mrs. Edmund Otis attended a District Nurses meeting in the club house in Britt Monday evening. Many Wesleyans attended the Low-income housing Open House in Titonka Sunday afternoon. V'.r. and Mrs. Gary Hejllk and family of Britt called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dornbier Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Krieps, Mrs. Vernon Wenger, Mrs. Steve Doughan, Mrs. Will Rockwood and Irene Hanig attended the State Bowling tournament in Sioux City, April 24-25. Mrs. Clarence Nelson went to Iowa City April 25, after hearing of the birth of a boy, born that day to their daughter Sue and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jones. This is their first child. He weighed 6 pounds. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Raney, Mark and Tom of Iowa City came Thursday to spend the weekend in their parental Dr. H. H, Raney and Cliff Anfinson homes. Mrs. Mary Forburger entertained her contract bridge club April 29. Mrs. Justine Becker was high scorer. This will conclude their card parties for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Vine Hanig and family of Mason City called on his mother Mrs. Lulu Hanig, Irene and Eugene Thursday evening. Plum Creek Thursday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain were Mrs. Herman Lyons and Gerald, Mrs. Bradley Beaurdeau and Mrs. Gerald Ledman of St. Paul. Mrs. Kain and Mrs. Lyons are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cleason and Mr. and Mrs. John' Miller and family of St. Paul were Sunday dinner guests in the Robert Kain home. Monday evening Mr; and Mrs. Robbie Kain went to Fort Dodge and met Mr. Larry Hildman who arrivod from Orange, California. Mr. Hildman is a brother of Mrs. Kain. Visitors in the Kain home have also been visiting Mr. Ed Hildman of Wesley who was recently dismissed from the hospital. The Doan Federated Women's Study Club will meet Wednesday at 9;00 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Ray Cunningham. Kouuth County Advance — 7 Monday, May 10, 1971 WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! . . . . Lutheran Lay League Met At Whitfemore LONE ROCK - The Lutheran Laymen's League of the Algona zone held its spring meeting Sunday evening, May 2, at St. Paul's Immanuel School, Whittemore. A banquet supper was held at 6:30 p.m. The business meeting followed with President Eugene Meyer, Burt presiding, other men serving the league from this area are Duane Lieb, secretary and Richard Kuecker, vice-president. Speaker for the evening was Dr. Gary Van Gelder of Ames, Prof, of Veterinary of Toxicology who spoke with the .use of slides on "Genesis and Our 1971 Environment". The meeting was well attended by couples from the Lone Rock area. Those attending were Rev. and Mrs. Walter Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nothwehr, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radlg, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher, Mr, and Mrs. Art Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kuecker, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lieb, Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Pompe, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. - o - BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Jim Long entertained Saturday afternoon, May 1, at a belated birthday party honoring Neva Thompson. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Neva winning high, Mrs. Frank Flaig, low and Mrs. Jack Quinn, travel. The meeting was the end of the year for its members and there was an exchange of mystery sister presents. Old mystery sisters were revealed and new names drawn for the coming year. Other club members in attendance were Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Andrew Thompson and Rose Kraft. Mrs. Laverne Schroeder, Sioux City was a guest of the club. - o Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson returned Monday, April 26, to their home in Lone Rock after spending most of the winter with their camper in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. thompson was hospitalized for five days in April and then went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Doty at Leguma Hills, Calif. Mrs. Thompson stayed with her sister for nine days and then made the trip back with Mr. Thompson. On their return trip the Thompsons spent three days visiting with their son Kenneth and family at Creston, la. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer and family of Cedar Falls were weekend guests at the Ralph Bier- stedthome, Lone Rock. They also attended the wedding of Karma Johnson and Randall Bierle Saturday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Swea city. r****************** AROUND ALGONA By Judy (Ventekher) Canoday ) ) ) J • »**»»*******»*»»»** ********** ***ir*ir, TRIP TO CAPITOL Elizabeth Leeck of Algona and Anna Peffer, Livermore, returned last week from a ten-day trip to Washington, D. C. They left from Fort Dodge on the bus, stopping at Hyattsville, Md. to see Catharin Pfeffer. Mrs. Leeck said they hit all the interesting places at the Capitol, but the most impressive to her were the flowers. MILTON WOODWARD, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dettman/ has moved back to Algona with his wife, Margaret, and six month old son, David. Milton was living in Spencer, where his wife's family lives. He is working for Cowan's, and they are living at the Bjustrom's Apartments. MR. AND MRS. Milo Kollasch went to Britt May 2 to help celebrate the first Holy Communion of Barbara Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller. MR. AND MRS. Joseph Namer spent Sunday, May 2, at the Martin Mimbach residence at Sexton. MRS. HELEN Heaton, accompanied by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarice Schutjer ofOskaloosa, visited Mrs. Heaton's daughter in Minneota, Minn. They then went on to the 40th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Heaton at Gary, S. D. Home Without Trucks, the only meat market would be on Wall Streetl Bears and Bulls, If you're talking itocki and bondi, they make ••me .,, but, there's not much demand for them at the local meat market. There, cuitomera are Interested In beef, pork, frying chlckena .,. the thlngi that make • meal» meal, What'i thli have to do with trucks? Alk the livestock and poultry feeders ,., the packers and processors ,,, the super market chains and Independent butcher shops. Without trucks, the main course for Sunday's dinner would still be standing In the feed lot. IOWA MOTOR lowans know this better than anyone, Our State traditionally leads the nation In livestock marketing. All but a small percentage of this 12-1/2 billion yearly "crop" Is carried by trucks, Matter of fact, Iowa agriculture and the trucking Industry are longstanding partners, Over 90% of all farm products "go by truck",.. for good reason. It's efficient, loonomloal. Dependable (And our safety record speaks for Itselfl) Whether It's on Wall Street, New York, or on Main Street, Iowa- trucks help make life better In every way, every day! TRUCK ASSOCIATION again, Mrs. Heaton was visited by Mr. and Mrs. Art Klein of Sexton. MR. AND MRS. Roy Stoffel were visited for Mother's Day by their two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hudspeth of Rochester, Minn., and Barbara Stoffel, also of Rochester. Mrs. Hudspeth is the former Marilyn Stoffel. MRS. MIKE ELBERT, her daughter Jan, and Mr. L. R. Roderick spent two days at Oskaloosa visiting Mr. Roderick's sister, Mrs. Edgar collver. The oldest living graduate of Marengo high school celebrated her lOSthbirthday April 10 at the home of her daughter, also a Marengo alumna, in Omaha. Mrs. Jennie Baumer Eells is still active but the trip to Marengo for the alumni centennial in May is not possible. WIRING Connected or Cerretted UTT "JIM UTT' ELECTRIC Phot* 295-2223 Notes Of IServiceme RICHARD HARMS Richard Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms of Algona, completed his basic training with the U. S. Air Force at Lackland AFB, Texas and 13 weeks of Jet Technician mechanic schooling at Chanute AFB, 111. He is now stationed at the Air Force Base near Minot, N. Dak. Richard is a 1970 graduate of the Algona Community High School. 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