Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1971 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 31, 1971
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Business News May 31, 1971 *»«....,, ceunf Advene. - ol Sam's Place To Open Here Monday Sam's Race will open officially Monday and will be Sen ^dSU* 0111 V-*- t0 mldnight ' A^SSi dinners, sandwiches, snacks and refreshments will be served Homboldt REC Dates Annual Meeting Electric Cooperative will hold Humboldt Hi e h sfch °°l gym at Hum- The business meeting will consist of reports by officers and manager of the cooperative and the election of three directors for three-year terms. The manager will give a report on the recent storm damage. Earl King, executive vice president of the Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives, will be the featured speaker. Mr King an experienced speaker, has had years of experience in the Cooperative field. Entertainment for the annual meeting will be provided by the Johnson Bros, from Odebolt. There will be some very good prizes given away to members only. Winners must be present. Four major prizes of $50 bills will be given away, along with two $20 bills, two $10 bills, 10 $5 bills, two 24-cup Cory automatic percolators, two 1/2" electric drills and one electric blanket. An attendance prize will be given to each member that attends. The present members of the board of directors are Eugene Drager, Algona, president; Orren Olson, Bode, vice president: Lawrence Strachan, Humboldt, secretary; Eugene Henry, Algona, treasurer; Hugh Haverly, Renwick; Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Donald Usher, Ottosen; LeRoy Weber, LuVerne; and Warren Whipple, Humboldt. Members are urged to attend and receive information on the operation of the cooperative, learn more about the REC program and enjoy the intertainment. The cooperative operates 859 miles of electric line and serves rural consumers in Humboldt and Kossuth counties. There will be a lunch consisting of sandwiches, doughnuts, coffee and milk served at the conclusion of the meeting. Confirmation Services At Doari Church DOAN - Confirmation services were held at the Doan United Methodist church Sunday. Confirmants this year were Jeannie Buffington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. no Buffington; Susan Buffington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Buffington; Arlis Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Christensen; and Cheri Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen. Many Doan area friends attended funeral services Friday for Mr. James Asa, a former Doan resident. A reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kiley Thursday evening in honor of Bill Kiley's graduation from Titonka high school. Many relatives and friends attended. Bill has a job in Algona at Jack's OK Tire store in the recapping plant. Kim Martinek was honored at an open house at her home in for her graduation from Titonka high school Thursday evening. Relatives and friends attended. Kim is enrolled at Iowa Lakes Community College at Estherville for the fall term. An open house was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham Sunday evening and Thursday evening in honor of the graduation of their daughter Rachelle from the Titonka high school. Many relatives, friends and out of town guests attended the events. Marilyn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller was honored at a reception in her home following commencement exercises at Garrigan high school Sunday. Among the out of town guests was Marcia Miller who returned to her studies at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing in Des Moines Sunday evening. Following commencement at Garrigan high school Sunday Annette Gilbride, daughter of Mrs. Pat Gilbride was honred at a reception in her home. In addition to many friends and relatives, special guests included Annette's two brothers Ron and Dwight. Ron is home for the summer from his studies at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., after completing his junior year. Dwight spent the .weekend here from his summer job in Des Moines and will return to Iowa State University in Ames for the fall term. Mr, and Mrs, AmandDangelser and boys were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Merle Hoover. Sunday evening visitors in the home of the Dangelsers were Mr. and Mrs. John Beenken of Titonka. An after commencement coffee was held in honor of Carol Mains Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Drake of rural Rodman. Out of town guests included Delmar Mains, Carol's brother who is a junior at Iowa State University in Ames, Carol daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mains graduated from Algona high school and will begin her college career in the fall at Cedarville, Ohio. The Doan Federated Study Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Willis Klaus. Eight members attended this final meeting of the year. Roll call was Friendly Suggestions for Next Years Program. Mrs. Harold Martinek read the club collect. Mrs. Willis Klaus read a poetry selection on Trees. Mrs. Ted Hoover led the lesson on Federation Past and Present. A lovely lunchi was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen and family attended funeral services for Mrs. Fred Funk in Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Funk was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Hansen and had suffered a long illness. Sunday evening the Hanson's entertained relatives at a family dinner in honor of Cheri's confirmation. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk, Mr. Fred Funk, Mr. Wayne Funk and Michael Hansen. LuVERNE By Audrey DeNio CLOSE YEAR The J. J. Club closed their year with a noon luncheon in the party rooip at Val's Restaurant in Humboldt, Friday, May I4th with twelve members attending. The afternoon was spent socially and playing Court Whist with honors going to Mrs. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and Mrs. Ed Hunt. Four members were recognized for having a Get ALL The of Kossuth County and Adjoining Towns - Complete twice-a-week new* and advertising coverage ia Iowa's top twin weeklies - The ADVANCE (Mondays) and the UPPER DES MOINES (Thursdays). The best In reporting, columns, pictures and advertising by leading Kossuth County firms. f I [tf* tH V4 H m V4 tf* tf* ir* r* tf1 t/tf WV« Wtftf IN «4 V« l/tf * NB This Coupon Good For 39 WEEKS Of Kotiuth County Advance A Algona Uppor Dot Molnot - REG. $4.50 VALUE - SPECIAL OFFtt $' Thlt Otter Good In Koiiuih County And Adjoining Toww Only I make chtcki payabU to Algona Pub. Co., Box 535, Algona, la. 50511 Namt ADDRESS ' **£*£ *.**.* *.>*»*.» «i Ml P* * * Ml Ml MJ Ml MJ MJ */» » HP* perfect attendance. The Club will meet in the fall after summer vacation. Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggelston of Pocahontas. Irvington By MM McUen »»»eeeeeee»ee»e»eeeeeei Mr. and Mrs. Lor en Stevens came from Ogden Saturday and were overnight guests at the home of the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coleman. On Sunday the Colemans and the Stevens went to Ackley where they had a picnic dinner with the Kenneth Potters and then drove on to Waterloo where they; met the Toby Eastmans of Independence, and Toby rode back to Britt with them for a short visit with his father Mr. A. J. Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens live at Ormond Beach, Fla., but are spending several weeks at Ogden. Mrs. Marie Maass, LuVerne, and daughter LaVonne, Cedar Falls, spent Saturday at the home of the former's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Knudsen. The Richard Schmitts, Chariton, were guests over the May 22-23 weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmitt. On Sunday, the Richard Schmitts attended the graduation of Mike Schneider, Mrs. Schmitt's brother, from Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmitt visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mattox at Cylinder Sunday. Mrs. Mattox had just returned home from three weeks in a Rochester hospital, suffering from a virus infection in the lungs. When Mrs. Mattox was taken ill it was thought she had suffered a severe heart attack. Her breathing was severely impaired and she has been under oxygen most of the time. She still is confined to bed most of the time. The Schmitt and the Mattox families are former neighbors and Mr. and Mrs. Mattox are also known to some in this vicinity. KEYS TO ENJOYMENT They may be found on one of our Story and Clark Pianoi or a new Lowry Organ. And to help you or your child get started ... FREE LESSONS ALL SUMMER with tht purchase) of a piano or organ, NORTH IA. MUSIC ANNEX AlOONA, IOWA 295*3694 The Hugh Blacks, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Pruismann, drove to Little Rock to attend graduation exercises for Arend de Boer May 24. Arend is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert de Boer and Mrs. de Boer and Mrs. Hugh Black are sisters. Memorial Day guests at the Otto Schipull home were the Raymond Schipulls of Hardy. Kenneth Roney returned home May 22 from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had surgery for the removal of a stone from a saliva duct. Mrs. John Bockes, LuVerne, was released from St. Ann hospital May 25 following surgery. Mrs. Eunice Zuetlau, Dakota City, and Mrs. Rosemary Zuet- lau, Humboldt, were guests May 30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schipull and family, the occasion being Mrs. Eunice Zuet- lau's birthday. Eighteen were in attendance at the Irvington Church Youth Fellowship picnic at the Call State park May 20. There will be no more meetings until fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin held a reception for their daughter Peggy following commencement at Algona high school May 25. Around 80 relatives and friends attended. Mrs. Mary Ann Grimm poured coffee, Mrs. Richard Mawdsley poured punch and kitchen helpers were Inge Strayer, Jo Ruark and Bernie Alt. Peggy will enter Buena Vista College next fall. A reception for Merle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bleich, was held after commencement May 25 at the home of his grandmother Mrs. Dorothy Sankey, Algona. Attending besides the Lewis Bleichs were the Herman Bleichs, Rutland, the Rudy Elberts, Corwith; the Dennis Jer- gensons from Minnesota; the Ben Butter-fields, the Clarence Hunts, the Herbert Ziesmans, the Elmer Hauensteins, the August Hennings, Mrs. Edna Danielson Did you know that Alfred "Buek-Bgchiwr is good for Life? * Jtgd person to too for all your famfty HTe insurance, that it. He can provide you with a State Farm Life policy dMigned to fit *iT. "?*?• «*«eUy- And hit »pe- ctal training and experience make mm qualified to anawcr any insurance question you might have. So call now, and a«k about State WfJi.' u P' to 'date protection. (It's tho same good deal a« State Farm auto insurance!) Alfred "luck 11 •uchntr 3-5556 - ALGONA "* ""« U «*NC« COMPANY : HLOOMINaTOM. ILLINOIS and family, Pat Jordan and Sue Dearchs, all of the Algona area. Susan Meich served punch, Mrs. uamelson poured coffee and Lu Rae Hunt and Becky Bleich served cake. Supper guests at the Joe Divis home Tuesday before the group attended graduation exercises at the Algona high school May 25 were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Divis, Schuyler, Nebr., and Arthur Rledel, Algona. Attending a reception after the graduation at the Divis home for the daughter Susan were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Divis, Mr. and Mrs. James Hinton and Lynette and Kim Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Ruhnke and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Paetz and Christal and Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth. Susan plans to take nurses training in Des Moines beginning next fall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt and family, Graettinger, were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Walker and family, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Canaday and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin were host and hostess at a reception for their daughters, Kathy, Linda and Peggy respectively, following baccalaureate services Sunday May 23. In attendance besides the host families were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Storm Lake; Mrs. Wayne Byerly and family, Bellevue, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Larson and family, Hurt; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Provencal, Mrs. Margaret Kent and sons, Algona; Mr. Dan Menneke, Mr. and Mrs. uariow Kogen, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Patterson and Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canaday and Kris- ti, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Canaday, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peck and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and Lu Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rochleau, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rochleau and Steve and Miss Debbie PeCoy. «4 I jf\t this special time, we pause to honor those valiant servicemen who gave up life that peace might prevail. Their memory lives on in the hearts of all. CLOSED Newest styles for any formal dresi occasion. Fast and accurate service. u DIAMOND'S Aif ono IDP I WE WILL BE CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR „__ Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L Matheson, Mgr. 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