Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1971 · Page 28
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16 - Kossufh County Advance Monday, May 24, 1971 Memorial Day Services Planned AUivermore LIVERMORE - Memorial Day services will be held in front • of the Legion hall starting at 8 a.m. Marvin Gronbach, Legion Commander, will introduce the speaker, Father Smith of St. Joe. The Twin Rivers band will play with the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts participating. The firing squad will then go to the three cemeteries, the Livermore Catholic and Union cemeteries and the one at St. Joe where they will fire a salute in honor of the war dead. The junior Auxiliary girls will place a wreath of the grave of each soldier. - o- . '• ' HOME PROM HOSPITAL Visitors who. have come to see Martin Miller since his return home from the Humboldt Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loots and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Gadberry, Ft. Dodge, and Matt Zittritsch, Denver, Colo., who is here visiting his brother in Algona, He'and his wife lived in Livermore many years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mangle also stopped to see Mr. Miller on their way to their summer home at Crosslake, Minn. They had spent the winter at Mesa, Ariz. Mr. Miller is able to be up and go up town. - o - ATTEND CONCERT Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg drove to Ames Saturday to attend the Philadelphia Symphony concert at the C.Y. Stephens auditorium that, evening. Both of their daughters, Mary Wilson and Julie Ver Steeg, were in the chorus that sang with them. Richard Scott, Storm Lake, is also in the chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Ver Steeg were weekend-guests. in the home of her brother in Ames,, Dr.. and Mrs. Wm. .&Reece. ..." i • - o- The members of the "500" card club drove to Badger Tuesday to-have dinner at the Dairy. Treat. They then played cards during the afternoon at 'the Paul Jarvis -home. Mrs. Ona Beers .was a guest. Members are Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus, Mrs. Genevie've Weydert, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mrs. bale Joiner, Mrs. Paul Jarvis and Mrs. Molly Foth. •Mrs. Mildred Raney accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zeimet to Iowa City Tuesday to see her son, Floyd, who has been a patient in the Burn Center for the past month.' Some of the bandages have been removed from his face SANDY STEBRITZ does the grading work for most of Algeria's building contractors. Here he is smoothing the dirt at the new home of Alden Me- Adams, 1620 E. Linden, Algona. The McAdams home was built in 1970. but nowhere else. .Mrs. Zeimet went down for a check-up. Burt Seeks New Maintenance Man June 15 BURT - The Burt Town Council met in special session in the Council Chambers on Wednesday night and accepted the resignation of Gary Gordon as the City general maintenance man. The resignation is effective June 15. The Clerk, (X H. McMullen, . was instructed to advertise for a replacement. Gordon has been general maintenance man for the past two years. In other business Councilman Claire Reutzel volunteered to haul to the dump any old cars, city residents wish to get rid of,. They must however, agree to pay $5.00 for the compacting of the car. . Burt Council in a previous meeting passed an ordinance that all junk cars Jon owner's property in Burt must be removed. -,'0- .,-•!• WE'RE SORRY! In announcing the presentation of the Robert Fairbanks Mem- • orial Scholarship, it was, stated that Mrs. Fairbanks designated' that the Scholarship go to some deserving student. It should have read.to some deserving young' man in the class. Also an error was that Major Fairbanks was graduated with the Class of 1959. He graduated in 1954. Congratulations to Tom-and Joyce Gatton on the birth of their baby daughter, Dawn Marie, born Sunday night, May 16, at the Bahnson Clinic. She is the first child in the family,'weighing in at 7 Ibs. 7 oz. Grandparents are Mr. 'and Mrs. Harold Gatton, Sheffield, and Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Spry, Burt.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McAfee, Anita, are Dawn Marie's proud great grandparents. - o - BURT BLUE BIRDS The Burt Blue Birds 4-H Club held their May meeting at the home of Nancy McGuire. Sherri Skadburg led in the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge was led by Sharon Patterson. Fourteen members answered roll call. There was one visitor, Patti Karels. A talk on "A Good Breakfast" ' was given by Sherri Skadburg. Nancy McGuire gave a demonstration on "How to Prevent a Scum on Cocoa". Sandra Madsen demonstrated "Muffins from a Mix". Plans were made for a "fun get-together" with the Burt Boy's 4-H Club on May 25. Delicious refreshments were served by Nancy and her mother. Ruth Kruse, reporter. - o- NEW GRANDCHILD Supt. and Mrs. Harry Haven received word of the birth of their third grandchild, a daughter, Jennifer Sue arrived on Wednesday, at a cedar Rapids Hospital to make her home with Mr. and Mrs, Byron' Haven, Cedar Rapids. She weighed 8 Ibs., and has a .sister Julie, 11, and a brother Dan, 9, to welcome her into the family circle. , , - o - • . ' •Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms spent the weekend at the Andy Nauman home, Augusta, Wis. At 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon they •attended the wedding of the Nauman's daughter, Gwendolyn and Mr. Sherman Welters at the Lutheran church in Augusta. The Nau- mans are former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Harms Were Wednesday supper guests of their daughter and family, the Phil Carlsons. ;' . Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hopkins r 1 ' : . ' : ' ' .• •' i '"'''• ' . . • ... Here Is The Man , To Wire Your Next New Home With Quality Materials And Precision Workmanship. • Commercial • Residential • Industrial Also Electric Home Heating Lighting Fixtures Cary Lane Electric Algona, Iowa "Wiring Specialists 1 ' Phone 295.5962 spent several days the past week with the J. L. Millers. The ladies are sisters. /r Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Eildefs and family, Lake City,'called at the home of Mrs., John'Miller Thursday evening. They were enroute to Rochester where the former was to have a check-up. Mrs. Dennis Johnson^ Stephanie and Mrs. Eugene Nelson and four children, all of Lincoln, Nebr., spent from Saturday through Tuesday at the parental Charles Curtis home. They came . to attend Baccalaureate and Commencement .exercises.. Their brother James was a member of the graduating class. Give Program ForOtfosen Memorial Day OTTOSEN - The Memorial Day program will be held. May 31 at 10:30 a.m. at the Commercial Club building with .the following ,program: Music - Mrs. Richard Kinseth; Advance of Colors Leist-Veerkamp Post No. 535; Pledge of Allegiance - Led by Commander Dean Telfprd; 1 Reading - "our Flag" - Malcolm Helvick; Star Spangled Banner Twin Rivers High School Band- Invocation-Pastor GerhardtGos- nell. • . Moment of Silent Prayers; Music - Twin Rivers High School Band; Band Retires' - "Onward Christian Soldiers"; Address "Lest We Forget"-Rev.Warren ' A. Bintz; Patriotic .Skit - "Pm A Citizen" by Ottosen Young Americans; Solo - "How Great Thou Art" - Rev. Bintz, accompanist - Mrs. Milford Zeman; Benediction - pastor Gosnell; Retirement of Colors i Leist- Veerkamp Post No. 535; Music" Battle Hymn of the Republic" Mrs. Kinseth. Program at the Cemetery: Legionnaires enter south gate, others north, gate; Prayer r Rev. Bintz; Gettysburg Address - Mrs. LeRoy Worby; In Flanders Field- Mrs. Eugene Struthers; placing of Wreaths - Scott Johnson and Richard James Kinseth; Honor Guard *• Legionnaires; Taps Jana Wehrspann and Byron Kinseth. - o- DATE BIBLE SCHOOL The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs. Percy Watnem as the hostess. Pastor Gerhardt Gosnell gave the devotions and Mrs. Loran Daniel was the lesson leader* Vacation Bible school will be June 1-5. June 2 will be youth day and there will be a potluck dinner for the congregation that day. Mrs. Donald Usher was elected to be the delegate to the A.L.C.W. district convention at. Forest City, June 15-16. Mrs. . Earl Olson will be the alternate. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and. sons visited Mr. and Mrs. . Gary Kraft of Bode Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem attended a venison barbecue at Dorweiler park Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs! Lester Wehr- spann were Thursday supper guests of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann. Mrs. Hannah Heilickson of Hardy arid Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heilickson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. rioy Taylor of Austin, Minn. ...-..• Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greene of Manson Monday. . . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann were Saturday and Sunday guests at the home Of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehr- spann of Montevideo, Minn. Mr. and Mrs; Fahey Gress, Connie and cloyei enjoyed a picnic at Crystal Lake Saturday with Mrs. Ellsworth Spencer and daughters of Manly. Irl Bell of Red Oak was a Friday visitor at the Allan Wat- nem home.. In the afternoon he and Mrs. Watnem attended funeral services for Ernest EUing- sori at St. olaf Lutheran Church at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Claude of Clarion were. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. torn Bennett. Miss Iva Mae Tonderum of Armstrong was an afternoon coffee guest. . •. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long and . Kathy Hundertmark were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnr old Bfatland of Bode. Mr. and Mrs, Miller Wergeland of Hardy visited Mrs* Jennie Bratland Sunday. Mrs. Albert thorsen was hostess tq the U.P.W. at the church parlors Friday.- Guests were Mrs. Clem Ludwig, Mrs. Nathan Mogler, Mrs. Donald Usher and Mrs. W, E. Hundertmark of West. Bend. They observed the birthday of Mrs. Hundertmark by singing, the .birthday song and each person enjoyed a piece of delicious birthday cake, baked by her sister, Mrs. Thorsen. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lauck of Whlttemore and Mi. and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspanri were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Wehrspann of Aur-. elia. They also helped Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann of Sunset Knoll Rest Home celebrate her' 94th birthday. Mr. arid Mrsi Martin Malmin and family of Maple Plain, Minn,, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin. Other Saturday night supper guests to celebrate Jeffrey Mal- mln's 8th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin and Lisa of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Knudsen of Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs". Mike Frohling attended the Honors Convocation at the University of Northern Iowa Wednesday afternoon. Their -daughter Debbie, Mrs. Sam Tvr- dik, a senior, was among those honored. Robert Gress was graduated from the National Guard at Ft. Sill, Okla. May 7 and is now at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress. Mrs. Earl 'Long was a guest player at. the Canasta party at the Eugene fiofius home Monday afternoon. Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett, celebrated his 5th birthday May 12. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Louis Jacobson and patty and Mrs. Donald Usher visited Mrs. Edward Zinnel at Bethesda General Hospital Tuesday night. Burt Home EC Class Gives Pre-School Party * *. BURT - On May 19 the Burt 9th grade Home-EC class gave a party for pre-schoolers. There were 15 present. • They were served ice cream, cookies and punch. They also had nut cups and suckers. The theme of the party,was "Circus time", with area! clown. The clown read them a story and played games with them. \ Those present were Monica Cook; Heather , Espe, Rachel Espe, Jeany. Feilmeier, Deanna Furst, penise Furst, Angle Re- detnske, Alan Bunkofske, Scoter Davis, Jason Faber, Brian Keith, David Herrick, Randy- Sarchet,' Richie Sill and Robbie Sill. TOOL CARE 'Push yard tools up anil down in pail of sand, mixed with oil, before putting them away. PREVENT STICKING After painting window sashes, move window up and down when paint is partially tlry, to stop sticking. IT'S GOING TO BE A REAL TODAY! How of fin have you heard that statement during the summer months How often have you and those long, hot, summer days and humid nights disagreed? If your answer is plenty ... Thermogas can help. 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