Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1971 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 31, 1971
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28 Elementary Students Get Special Awards At Titonka TITONKA - May 27 awards of special recognition were presented to 28 elementary students by Donald Dix, principal of Titonka Elementary school. Students earning awards for outstanding citizenship were: kindergarten - Marilyn Orthel, Terry Schuster; first grade Becky Schutjer, Dennis Van Hove; second grade - Laura Brandt, Kimberly Schutjer; third grade - Lyle Boeckholt, Brenda Bowers; fourth grade - Mark Ricklefs, Teresa Tieman; fifth grade - Clarice Beenken and Jeanine F oilman; sixth grade Patty Charlson, and Jolene Isebrand. Those receiving awards for perfect attendance were.- Kinder- gaten - John Gaul; second grade- Darin Jorgensen; third grade Brian Bruns, Valerie Follman; fourth grade - Stephen Eden, Scott Smidt; fifth grade - Steven Smidt; sixth grade - Jean Baade, Marlin Brandt, Lois Everding, Vanessa Follman, Alan Grand- genett, Paul Janssen, and Roger Ricklefs. --ALGONA TOUR-The fifth grades of Titonka school with their teachers, Mrs. Budlong and Mrs. Hanson, and two mothers, Mrs. Beenken and Mrs. Giesking spent an enjoyable and informative afternoon in Algona, Monday, May 24th. Their tour, as arranged by the Chamber of Commerce of Algona included stops at KLGA Radio, the Historical Museum and Northwestern Bell telephone office. --BRIDAL SHOWER— Miss Ladonna Senne was honored to a bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church rural Titonka. Lillian Davidson registered the guests. A program was presented with Mrs. Melvin Buss as mistress of ceremonies. Scripture and prayer were given by Mrs. Harry Bartelt. and HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS- INSTALLATIONS From minor repairs to major alterations and installations, our service is fast, reliable. Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHLER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S& A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing & Heating) 119 S. Dodge - Algona, Iowa - Phone 295-3234 I 8 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 31, 1971 A group of girls sang "Richard Schaefer has a Farm" to the tune ofoldMacDonald'sFarm". The reading "The Farmers Wife" was read by Linda DeWaard. Karen Buss favored the group with a vocal solo "May Each Day" accompanied byGlendaOs- termann. Nancy Buss read "Recipe for a perfect day". Readings from Proverbs was given by Mrs. Bernard Schmidt. The'program closed with a piano selection by Mrs. Duane Boyken. Ladonna ope ne d he r gifts be for e a table decorated in her colors of pink and white. She was assisted by Linda Senne and Dorothy Schaefer. Refreshments were served before a tea table also decorated in the brides colors. Mrs. Franklin Schutter, poured coffee and Miss Verla Stohr, dipped punch. Hostess were MesdamesClar- ence Attig, Mike DeWaard, Melvin Buss, Herman Limberg, Harry Bartelt, Paul Meyer, Bernard Schmidt, Francis Culbertson, Wilfred Schmidt, Royal McNeesce, and Irvin Brandt, -o- —HOST DINNERS-Mr. and Mrs. John Miller entertained Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandt and Rodney, and Mrs. Caroline Brandt for Sunday dinner to honor Leanne on her confirmation. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. Bessie Tryon were Sunday dinner guests in the Charles Beed home in honor of Sharla's confirmation. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms in honor of their son, Douglas's confirmation were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse and family, Mrs. Hazel Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Haines, Terry and Trudy, Mrs. Louise Stockwell, all of a weekly message relating the world of today ™' to the lessons of Faith and Church . . . STRONG CHURCHES... "/ have learned/ in whatever sfafe / am, fo be content." —Phi/ippians ///,? I In our youthful days, we demand so little. Happiness is home, warmth, food, someone to love. In later years, we become more demanding. We develop a new sense of values. We ask more from ourself, from others. We are not always content with our lot in life, with our share of the good things which arc available. Sometimes we lead ourselves astray because we want too much, because we try too hard. This is not to say that we should be completely placid; but only that happiness is found somewhere on that middle ground between contentment and aspiration. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires — Stanhoist ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research Maf SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 and 169 VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 Closed Tuesdays WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and Aft»r the Flr« ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hix and family, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schwendemann, Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steil, Charles City, Mrs. Ed Iverson, Mrs. Mae Grotte, Algona, Mrs. Rosa Harms, Algona, Sydelle Harms, Spirit Lake, and Cindy Harms of Mason City. -o- —CONFIRMATION— Guests in the Clarence Akkerman home Sunday afternoon in honor of Brenda's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Bengston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Etherington, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wibben and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Worth and family, Monroe. During the afternoon the entire group went to Buffalo Center and attended a reception in the Burt Weaver home to honor their son David on his graduation from Buffalo Center high school. -o— BIBLE SCHOOL- Churches in the Titonka area are all having Daily Vacation Bible School. Doan and United Methodist are beginning June 1 thru 5 for all day sessions. Good Hope Lutheran has sessions in the mornings for two weeks from June 1-4 and 7-11. Immanuel Lutheran begins June 1 to 4 and again Monday, June 7 for all day sessions. Ramsey Reformed will begin June 7-11 for all day sessions and on Friday evening the llth will be the annual Sunday School picnic with pot luck supper at 6:15 p.m. -o- —MORNING WORSHIP— Eight young people were confirmed at the morning worship services at the United Methodist church in Titonka by Rev. Paul Hansen. The youth that were confirmed were Roy Budlong, Carol Peterson, Leanne Thacker, Sharla Beed, Brenda Akkerman, Douglas Harms, Conna Hoover and Gary Uken. -o- --ISUGRADUATE- Mr. and Mrs. George Kostler, Mrs. James Christensen, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Dverg Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Krantz and Corey, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hinkle, St. James, Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Mr. and Mrs, H. W. Kitzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. Br.uce Kitzinger, Mr. and Mrs. William Amesbury and family were guests in the home of R. L. Krantz in observance of his birthday, Sunday afternoon. -o- - BIRTHDAY PARTY- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sonnenberg went to the Timely Mission Nursing Home Monday and helped her father, Dick Wempen celebrate his 96th birthday with cake and ice cream. -o- Jim Blain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blain, Titonka graduated Saturday, May 29 from the Iowa State University at Ames. He accepted a postition to teach Science at the Corwith-Wesley School System for the 1971-72 school year. Mr. and Mrs. Blain attended the graduation. Mrs. R. L. Krantz spent several days recently visitng in the home of Mr. and Mrs. PaulOpsal at Bond, Colorado. Mr. and Mrsi Stanley Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Sr., Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sexton and family, Robert Lang, Gilman were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr., in observance of Conna's confirmation. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- r those who knovv MINNEAPOLIS know the MOTOR HOTEL^ For Convenience, For Luxury Accommodations. For Friendliness. For Budyei j Rates, For Resort-like Atmosphere. Easily Accessible | to all Highways; I • 100 Air Condlllontd Roomi ind • HMtorJ King-Sin Swimming Pool • Cw.Dllt« Hold fervlcii • 24-hour Ultchboud • Cater TV tliby llttii Setvlct • PiiMn In Front ol Your Room EXCELLENT KK1O Holiday Coffee Shop i ,••, i?'!W, P'I'PH Riwm | Open 6:00 A.M. to |();(X) I'.M. Cocktails „ KA TES , j Hoonu4l3,60 to 110 He low. Boom. 118,50 to TOft Children Under 12 l-ree in sume room with udulis iHOLIDAYMttTORHOTEL •t JCT. HIGHWAYS 100 and 56 WEST 1 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 55422 ward Uken in honor of Gary's confirmation were John Uken, Mrs. Emma DeBoer, Mr. and Mrs. George Uken and Gene and Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier and Tracy. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hinkle, St. James, Mo., spent the past week visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier and Joyce were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller at Floyd. Mrs. Martin Dean, Westchester, ni. spent Wednesday to Saturday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and also with her mother, Mrs. Stella Peterson at the Britt Nursing Home. Thursday Mrs. Dean visited at the Art Loats home in Spencer. The V. F. W. Auxiliary to Wm. H. Kennedy Post 4071 will meet on Tuesday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Titonka library. Hostesses are Kathryn Hamilton and caralee Follman. Members are reminded to bring Betty Crocker coupons and Green Giant labels to this meeting. The Dorcas Circle of the Ramsey Reformed Church will meet on Wednesday, June 2 at 1:30 p.m. Lesson will be presented by Rev. Janssen. Devotions by Miss Minnie Pannkuk. Hostesses are Mrs. Fannie Risius and Mrs. Anna Sleper. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tj'arks and Gwen attended a reception Sunday evening following Baccalaureate Services at Sentral high school to honor Dick Knoll, one of the graduates in the William Knoll home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Worth and family, Monroe were weekend visitors in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Akkerman. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beenken were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop. HOW? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mrs. Morris Quam entertained some 50 guests Monday evening after Commencement in honor of Susan. Sp/4 Rose Tunink and Sp/4 David Rhodes of Akron, Ohio, came Saturday from Fort Bragg, N. C. to attend the graduation of her sister Norma Tunink. Miss Tunink has been in the Womens Army Corp for two years. Sunday guests at the Kurt Hansmann home for Vonda were Mrs. Paul Holden, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Luhman, Hubbard and Mrs. Martha voss of Spirit Lake. Monday evening following Commencement, the Hansmanns entertained some 75 guests at the Legion Hall in Swea City . for Vonda. Guests came from Spencer, Milford, Hubbard, Belmond and the surrounding area. Monday evening after commencement at the Walter Mino home for Gale were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mino and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mino and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mino and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mino and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link, Rev. and Mrs. Ray Thompson of Aurora, Illinois, Rev. and Mrs. Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, Lionell Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and family, Mrs. Gary Orbell and children, Ames, Mrs. Glendon Peterson and son LeMars, and KathyTokheim. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Orbell of Ames became the parents of their second child, Marc William, May 6. They also have a daughter, Laura who is 3 1/2 years old. The Walter Minos are grandparents and Mrs. Alma Orbell of Easton, Minn., and Mrs. Raymond Esington of Council Bluffs, is a great-grandmother. - AUTOBIOGRAPHY Emmetsburg native of 1889, Bruce Bliven has had an autobiography published which includes much about Emmetsburg and his boyhood there. Bliven has worked as a journalist for the past sixty years. All Law Offices will be CLOSED Monday, May 31, in observance of Memorial Day and Thursday, June 3, and Friday, June 4, for Law Chauf- auqua. Kossuth County Bar Association (21U-22A) Where's the fire? - SCOUTING Elmer Sander, Postville, was recently awarded a plaque and certificate honoring his 38 years of service to the Postville Boy Scout organization. Here is the ultimate in a rider mower, built to give years and years of satisfactory service. With accessories your COMET works year around. wiicED>«*4<: FHOM. •/; $379.00 • Plenty of powtr for 41* with you aboard • S ipoodi forward and rovorat • eaiy to operate • Cutt up to l.f acm an hour • YOU KID! • Eaiy, Initant cutter helfht ad- Juif ment I" te 4" Hind or telf-propelled model*, • MOWS and baft your frail • VACUUMS lawn whllt mowlna • BLOWS driveway I walki clean PHICED FHOM $99.30 CHUCK BEHR TRAILER SALES INC. HWY. 18 WEST ALGONA, IOWA If there's a fire in your town, you'd want a full report on it, wouldn't you? And, when it comes to reporting fires and other local happenings, most people turn to their local newspaper for the news. Your local newspaper's prime function is to present the news—with strong emphasis on local news. That's why eight out of ten adults lead a newspaper every day. No other n jws source can match local newspapers for speedy, thorough saturation of a c immunity. Local newspapers deliver mas: ve coverage to people of all ages. 80? of all men and women read a newspaper every week. And the figures are almost as high for teen-agers—7 out of 10 (ages 12-20) read a newspaper every week. Where's the fire? Who's the proud new parents? Who got married? All of these, and more, are reported in your local newspaper every week. And who wants to know? You do-with a full report. Newspapers deliver the local story. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS The Algona Newspapers

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