Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1971 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 10, 1971
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Operetta At Titonka Dated This Tuesday TITONKA - "An Old Kentucky Garden" an operetta based on the music of Stephen Foster, will be presented by the Titonka High School Junior-Senior chorus at 8 p.m. Tuesday. A fantasy about "Jeannie with the light brown hair," the story, which is set amidst the garden of an old Kentucky plantation, reveals the elegance, charm, tradition, and pride that characterized the South during the civil war. Joyce Gingrich, Marc Heyer, Allan Meyer, Steve Janssen, Debbie Budlong, Gale Struthers, Martha Hanson, Greg Finer, Cindy Carlson, Marc Meier, and Quentin Boyken perform leading roles in the Musical, and Rachelle Cunningham is the student accompanist and choreographer. Foster's lyrical melodies accompanied by contemporary dances typify the musical taste and recreational spirit of America 100 years ago, a rather interesting contrast to the current musical trends, but a most pleasant reminiscence of our tra- diton and heritage. Admission for adults is $1.00 and for students 50f. -o- Sunday afternoon guests in the Art Post home were Mr. and Mrs. Evert Post, Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Bruns and Amanda, Mrs. Viona Welhousen and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Post and Sherry, Mr.andMrs.DuaneMaas and girls, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bruns and girls, Mr. and :. rs. Irwin Post and family, Bar- -ara Post, Decorah, Marilyn T'ost, Forest City. This was to 'onor the confirmation of their jn, James and David son of the f rwin Posts. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radmaker and family, Cherokee were weekend visitors in the Henry Rad- maker home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Budlong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amesbury and family met Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lundell and family of Sioux Falls, South Dakota at Spencer and all enjoyed dinner together. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Alphs and Marvin, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth VandenHoek and family of Britt were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Alfred Redenius home. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eimers and family, Coon Rapids, Minn., were weekend visitors in the home of her mother, Mrs. Oscar Norland. On Sunday they attended the confirmation of Robert Schmidt at the Immanuel Lutheran church and following services were dinner guests in the Wilfred Schmidt home. Linda Mae Ostermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ostermann was baptized Sunday morning at the Immanuel Lutheran church worship services. Mrs. John Janssen, Mrs. Henry VanHove, Mrs. Ben Heyes and Mrs. Harm Risius, ladies of the Ramsey Reformed church left Monday evening for Cleveland, Ohio where they attended the Did you know that Alfred "Buck" Buchntr is good for Life? A good person to see for all your •fanritiynfe Insurance, that is. He can provide you with a State Farm Life policy designed to fit ypur needs exactly. And his special training and experience make him qualified to answer any insurance queition you might have. So call now, and ask about State Farm'i up-to-date protection. (It's the same good deal as State Farm auto insurance!) Alfred "Bock" Buchner INIUIANCI 8 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 10, 1971 Reformed Church Women's Triennial May 4-6. They returned home on Friday. Saturday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amesbury were Mrs. Earl Stott, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stott and family, Freeport, 111., Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyken and family of Eau Claire, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyken and family, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boyken and family, Mrs. Martha Boyken were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Huisman, Shirley and Trudy, Kamrar were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. William Huisman. In the afternoon they all were lunch guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pannkuk. Mrs. Roy Walrod spent several days the past week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Loehr at Moorland. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baade, Jerry and Randy, Danny Nelson and Mike Iverson of Hartley camped over the weekend at the Winemauken Park on East Oki- boji. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Iverson, Hartley joined the group on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen and Darwin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Michaelsen, Marsha and Don Lee, Mr. and Mrs, Gary Michaelsen and family, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Egel and family, Charles City attended the wedding Saturday of Randy Nelson, son of Mrs. Leola Nelson at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies returned home Monday from a four weeks vacation in Anchorage, Alaska where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lust. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stott and family, Freeport, 111., spent the weekend visiting in the home of his mother, Mrs. Earl Stott. Beth and Jim Boyken, Eau Claire, Wis., were Saturday overnight guests in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Martha Boyken. Beth returned 'to Waverly on Sunday where she is attending Wartburg College. The W. .S. C. S. will have a May Breakfast at the church on Wednesday, May 12 at 8:30 a.m. Mrs. June Sparks will have the lesson on "Communication" and Mrs. Trudy Budlong will have special music. Hostesses are Hazel Akkerman, Ethel Beed, Florence Eden, Gertrude Sunken, Ann Isebrand, Etta Reibsamen, Norma Ricks and Marlene Uken. Cheryl Walrod andMichaelRa- rick, Minneapolis were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walrod. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton and family, Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermill. At The Height Of Spring Reising's Paint Contracting firm from Bode got a good sampling of Springtime Algona recently when they repainted two signs atop Cargill's elevator — 195 feet in the air. Owner Tom Reising and his assistant got an extra-long view when they realized they had been supplied with the wrong color green. After a short delay, the situation was corrected and the men moved on to Emmetsburg, where they are now enjoying the scenery from about the same height. (Algona Publishing Photo) Titonka Girl Gets Scholarship At St. Olaf TITONKA - Principal Raymond F. Gaul has announced that Miss Gail J. Hanson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Hanson, has been awarded a college-sponsored Merit Scholarship at St. Olaf College. Gail was a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. College-sponsored Merit Scholarships, the type of awards announced today, are renewable, four-year scholarships financed by colleges and universities that participate as sponsors in the Merit Program. Approximately 700 of these scholarships will be awarded;in 1971. ; . The minimum stipend accompanying' a college-sponsored Merit Scholarship that is renewable for up to four years of college is $100.00 a year; the maximum is $1,500 a year. The amount of the stipend is confidential. -o- Mrs. Mary Budlong entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club in her home. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schmidt were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eimers and family, Coon Rapids, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Eimers and family, of Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Rurup and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Eimers, Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Eimers and family, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schmidt and family, Woden and Saralee Follman. This was to honor the confirmation of their son, Robert and the Palmer Rurup' s daughter, Janet. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walrod,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmaker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gingrich went to Mankato Sunday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jackowell. The ladies along with Linda Gingrich attended the Mother-Daughter Tea held at the Centennial Student Union of Mankato State College. They enjoyed a style show and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Gingrich, Linda Gingrich and Rodney Isebrand were supper guests in the home of Mr . and Mrs. Jackowell. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms, Sr. were Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Radmaker home. Confirm 8 At Lutheran Church, Tyke TITONKA - Eight youngpeople were confirmed Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church worship services. Confirmed were Gary Boyken, Joyce Culbertson, Raymond DeWaard, Gregory Finer, David Post, James Post, Janet Rurup and Robert Schmidt. Sunday afternoon guests in the Elmer Boyken home to honor their son, Gary's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns, Steve and Michael Ostermann. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Culbertson in honor of their daughter Joyce's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson, Ringsted, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Quastad and family, Estherville, and LaDonna Culbertson of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Finer entertained at Sunday dinner the following in honor of their son Gregory's confirmation, Mrs. Dora Finer and Ray, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Art Char- Ison and Kathy, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tweeten and family of Kinsett, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Finer and family, Owatonna, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Franzen were evening visitors, -o- CHURCH CIRCLES The Good Hope Lutheran church circles will meet. Darlene circle will meet at the church with Mrs. Frank 'Fisher, hostess Tuesday 7;30 p.m. : Leader will be Mrs. Arthur Dietrich and offering meditation will be Mrs. Raymond Brandt. Margaret Circle will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. Doris Saathoff, leader with Mrs. Doris Sathoff, leader. Offering meditation will be Mrs. Dverg Krantz. Hostess is Mrs. Eugene Huff. Mildred Circle will meet in the home of Mrs. Noel Krantz Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Leader will be Mrs. Arthur Rode and Mrs. George Alke will have offering meditation. Lillian Circle will meet Wednesday at 9:15 at the church with Mrs. Eugene Movick, hostess. Leader is Mrs. Jack Tieman and offering meditation will be Mrs. Henry Baade. Alice Circle will meet in the church Wednesday at 1:30 with Mrs. Edward Boyken, leader. Offering meditation will be Mrs. Orpha Mechler. Hostesses are Mrs. Dick Baade, Mrs. Recca Hipp. Zelda Circle will meet at the church Wednesday at 1:30. Leader is Mrs. Harry Bartelt and offering meditation will be Mrs. William Planz. Hostess will be WIDETREAD POLYGLAS V30FF save 16 to S 20 per tire extra wide'70" series your choice of 5 sizes • Polyester cord body plus fibnrj'luss cord bulls. • Tho tire that's standard or optional equipment on many new cars. • Same lire that's advertised on network TV. • Built for today's fast action cars and for the man who wants great tire performance. 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Friends and neighbors dropped by to wish her a happy birthday during the day. Family members visiting for a week in the Schutjer home were, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Winn and great great grandson, Philip Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mark Winn, all of Minneapolis, Mr. Harry Stevens, Lacanada, Calif., Mrs. George Sproesser, Mrs. Gil Paulton, of Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs. Doug Schutjer, Des Moines. DonHavi- land, Minneapolis called that he was unable to come due to illness and wished his mother a happy birthday by way of the telephone. -o- COLLECT $102 Mrs. Robert VanHove wishes to thank everyone who contributed and co-operated with the recent Cancer Drive in German Township. Mrs. VanHove, chairman stated the collection totaled $102.50. -o- Mrs. Verner Lau and Debra, Klemme were Thursday visitors in the home of Mrs. Minnie Larsen. Two circles of the Ramsey Reformed church will meet. The Esther circle on Tuesday, May 11 at 8:00 p.m. Lesson will be given by Mrs, Harvey Heyer. Devotions by Mrs. Alfred Boelkes. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ray Baade and Mrs. Herbert Klasse. Ruth Circle will meet on Thursday, May 13 at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Lawrence Heyer giving the lesson. Devotions by Mrs. Carl Harms. Hostesses are Mrs. John G. Cordes and Mrs. Art Wirtjes. Rev. and Mrs. Roger Hanson, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran church are the parents of a girl born Saturday, May 1, at the Hancock County Memorial hospital, Britt. She weighed 8 Ibs. 3/4 oz. and has been named Laura Jane. The Hansons have a family of two sons and one daughter. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lament Junkermeier and Tracy were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier at Lakota. In the evening all went to visit Mrs. Lou Junkermeier at the Blue Earth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Mrs. Minnie Larsen. Sunday visitors in the Neal Michaelsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Egel and family, Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. George Assink, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ricklefs, and Nancy Nelson, Rochester, Minn., and Sheila Eggerth, Swea City. Janice Larsen, Hurley, S. D., and Paul Larsen, Ames were Sunday visitors of their grandmother Mrs. Minnie Larsen. ^ • • • DIAMOND'S Wolverine Boot Headquarters For Northwest Iowa. r I I I I Taxes Are Due First half Kossuth property taxes are due NOW. The deadline for paying the 1st half tax without penalty is May 14th, 1971. The deadline for paying the 2nd half'pro- perty tax without penalty will be September 30th, 1971. People who bank in surrounding towns can pay at their local bank payable to Kossuth County Treasurer Donald D. Jorgenson Join the 1971-72 Community Concert Series Membership Campaign May 10 - May 15 Admission by membership only I Buy Yours At CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS Diamond's Store - Algona Phone 295-7259 signed to appear next season: The Ronnie Kole Trio 'POSSIBLY THE MOST SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN MUSICAL EVER PRODUCED. IT'S WORTH A TON OF 'HELLO DOLLY'S'." -Cecil Smith, L.A. Tlmii, LONGSTRETH & ESCOSA Plus Fourth Concert To Be Announced (Membership has reciprocity with Forest City and Fairmont) Memberships: adults $8, students $4

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