Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1971 · Page 10
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St. Joe C.D.A. To Install New Officers ST. JOE - The C. D. A. will meet Wednesday for their monthly meeting. Installation of officers will be held with officers rehearsal held before the meeting. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Leon Schoo, Mrs. Rita Plate, Mrs. Marvin Sawyer, Mrs. Eugene Thul, Mrs. Anna Bormann and Mrs. Jim Berte. SCHNEIDER GATHERING A neighborhood gathering was held on Tuesday evening at the CONFUSED ! ABOUT ! lUC!lRANCE?i We can help you with all your needs BOHANNON J INSURANCE SERVICE I 295-5443 home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider for Pvt. Norman Schneider home on leave from the service and also for Mr. and Mrs. Schneider, observing their 25th wedding anniversary June 18th. Forty neighbors, friends, and relatives gathered for the double occasion. Lunch, decoarted anniversary cake and a purse for Norman were brought by the guests. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Clarence Bormann and Mrs. Edward Thilges and Nick Capesius receiving the prizes. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs. Anton Weydert. -o- NE PHEW DIES Word was received here Tuesday of the death of Elmer Yackley, 51, of Chicago, m., with funeral services on Friday. Mr. Yackley was a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann, Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona, and Mrs. Susie Kohlhaas, St. Joe. He is survived by his wife, one daughter and two grandchildren, uncle, aunts and cousins here, -o- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lallier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann and Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas, Algona were Tuesday evening visitors here in the home of Mrs. Susie Kohlhaas. Martin Thilges from Denver, Colo, spent the Memorial weekend with his mother Mrs. Christine Thilges, Algona and with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Thilges and daughter are planning .a months trip to Europe this summer for a visit with Mrs. Thilges 1 mother and also an audience with Pope Paul is on their schedule. Nickie McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke McGuire, Burt, returned to his home Tuesday after several days here with Mr., and Mrs. Orville Wagner. Kathleen plathe, daughter of Mrs. Milford Plathe, was honored If we could just wrap it all up. v, i,,r. ,.,-„-;,-.--.-^r.;-—rr.-.z*'™" 1 ' And solving H>caUafot m understanding and United action. • .,--•.,1 2 3, 4. 5 Litter isn't caused by bottles or cans or convenience packaging. Litter is caused by the thoughtless man. • The thinking man can stop it. The natural first step is individual action. Let's all be a little more thoughtful. Let's make sure that we, ourse/ves, '• are not adding to the litter problem. The thinking man takes active steps .to keep his community clean. The tools are at hand. The United States Brewers Association is ready to help you. We're working at the local and national levels to create greater public awareness. To attack apathy. To help Keep America Beautiful. If we tackle this problem together we.can soon have it all wrapped up. Write us today and we'll help your • community develop a campaign against litter. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 915 Olive Street St. Louis, Mo. 63101 '. a week ago Sunday at her home with an after-graduation party. Kathleen, graduated from St. Catherine College inSt. Paul, Minn., May 23 with a degree in Elementary Music. She will teach in the St. Louis Park public school system in the Ethel Baston Elementary school. St. Louis Park is a suberb of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker took their daughter Mary to Glencoe, ill. to the Paul Ledere home where she will be a mothers helper. The Beckers also visited with cousins Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhn and family at Wheaton, fll. and also with their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don Besch and family at Manitowoc, Wis. They returned home a week ago Friday. Mary attended Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding took their daughter Linda to Mason City where she went by plane to Glencoe, fll. where she will spend the summer months as a governess in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Rubin and family. Linda attended Ottumwa Heights College in Ottumwa the past year. Mrs. Art Larsen, Adolph Madsen and Duane Larsen and family, Humboldt, Mr, and Mrs. John Larsen and family, Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, St. Joe, attended a Memorial Day gathering Monday in the home of Mrs. Jean Larsen, Larry and Terry. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertained her 500 Club Wednesday with Elizabeth Berte and Mary Jane Origer as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Jean Larsen, Elizabeth Berte and Mrs. Ralph Reding. Mrs. Susie Kramer entertains the club on May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thul and Irwin Mertz attended the Knights of Columbus State Convention in Waterloo last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein spent Sunday and Monday at Watkins, Minn., for a visit with relatives and to help Alvin's mother, Mrs. George Klein observe her 93rd birthday, Sunday. Mrs. Lizpje Weydert, sister of Mrs. George Klein, observed her 95th birthday May 15 at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Pvt. Norman Schneider arrived at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider Saturday following completion of basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. On June 13 Pvt. Schneider reports to Fort Gordon, Ga. for four months of Electronics School. Mary -Katherine Girres, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Girres, born May 18, was baptized in St. Joseph's church on Thursday evening by Rev. David Hogan. Sponsors were Mrs. Roger Thul and Edward Girres, aunt and uncle of the baby. Mary Katherine joins a sister and two brothers in the Girres home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Girres, West Bend are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Farrell, Coalville, &., spent the Memorial weekend in the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell in Whittemore. Mrs. Ervin Gerber wasaguest Monday at the home of Mrs. Ade- • line Wagner when the R-Nu-500 Club met. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. Ralph Reding. Paula Thilges Gets Nursing Degree June 4 ST. JOE - Paula Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thilges, is among the students who graduated from the N.I.A.C. C. Associate Degree Nursing program at Mason City, June 4. Graduation exercises were held at the Mason City high school auditorium. Miss Thilges is a 1967 graduate of Garrigan high school and a 1968 graduate of Practical Nursing in Carroll. Upon graduation she will be employed at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Mason city. -o- GETS DEGREE Michelle Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thilges, completed her course at the Hamilton Business College, Mason city May 23. on June 1 she started work at the Percy Construction Co. in Mason City in the bookkeeping department. Michelle spent the past week with her parents. She was a 1970 Garrigan high school graduate. -o- EAR SURGERY Mrs. peter Reding accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker and Amy, Algona to Iowa City last week where Mrs. Reding and Amy went fqr health checkups. Amy, 5 year old daughter of the Beckers, will under-go ear surgery June 11 at Iowa City. Mrs. Annie Schneider, Litch- lield, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luedtke of Montevideo, Minn., were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and Norman. Mrs. Annie Schneider is Mrs. Luedtke's and Wilfred's mother. Janice Thul was honored Friday to a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's School Hall. Miss Thull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul, will be the bride of Michael Welp, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Welp, Algona. They will be married June 25 in St. Joseph's church. NEHVE GAS SAFE Washington--Deadly nerve gas aboard an old Liberty ship scuttled in the Atlantic in a storm of dispute two months ago has not leaked or harmed marine life, the Pentagon reported. The Briggs was sent to the bottom Aug. 18 with 418 concrete vaults of GB nerve gas in old rockets taken from outdated World War II Army stockpiles. turn on .comfortwith... Summer comfort will be yours with electric air conditioning. It's the smart way to beat the heat! But an electric air conditioner does more than cool the air; it filters out dust, dirt and pollen, too. Doors and windows may be closed, keeping out noise and outdoor dust and smoke. Housekeeping is easier with this help from an electric air conditioner. Another big benefit from electric air conditioning is moisture control. Air conditioning removes excess moisture to reduce humidity in the home. Don't swelter through another hot sticky summer. Your dealer has an electric air conditioner to give you a fresh, cool, cleaner home. See him today" onng Algona Municipal Utilities 10 - Kottuth County Advene* Monday, June 7, 1971 Class Reunion For 1951 Grads At Swea City SWEA CITY - The 1951 graduates of the Swea city High School enjoyed a reunion at the Sirloin House in Fairmont Saturday evening May 29. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christian (Christina Abbas), Cambride, Wise.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer, jr., Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Montgomery (Barbara Burnett), Swea C ity; Bernard Burnett, San Diego, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Ditsworth, Mapleton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Krull (Viola Dontje), Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. James Harner, Zumbrota, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Beckler (June Harner), TJpton; Mr. and Mrs. Darold Loge (Donna Heidenwith), Blue Earth, Minn.; Elsie Hesvik, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Holcomb, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mortensen, Swea city; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Pavik, Travis Air Force Base, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sykes, Burt, Mich, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hammer, Ottumwa. Letters were received from Mrs. Robert -Scheller (Connie Gonzalez), Conover, N. C.; Mrs. Richard McNeal (LaVonne Peterson), Casper, Wyo., and Mrs. Charles Hood (Phyllis CordesX Littleton, Colo. Agnes Olson and Mildred Johnson sent their greetings. Plans were made for a 25th reunion in August of 1976. Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and Mrs. Eida Simonson, all of Whittemore; Gary and Scotty Schultz, Ankeny; Tim Schultz, Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Brugman, Webb. Mrs. Chet Alme poured; Mrs. Elmer Ostwald dipped punch; and Mrs. Don Blanchard and Mrs. Eida Simonson assisted Mrs. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz entertained at a dinner honoring their son Todd's confirmation May 16. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family Ottosen; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Lone Rock. Rev. and Mrs. cleo Kautsch were coffee guests in the afternoon. READ THE WANT ADSI LOOKING FOR A NEW OR USED AUTO? FINANCING IS AVAILABLE. SEE CURT PAUL AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK. a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church . . . Whittemore MRS. DENNIS MILLER GRAD IS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz entertained guests at a reception honoring their daughter, Debbie, following her graduation from the Algona High School May 25. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson, all of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Culbertson and Vernon, all of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Blanchard, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. 'Ronald Schultz, Winnebago, Minn.; Rev. and Mrs. Marvyn Schultz, Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Faulstick and family, The days of our years are threescore years and ten/and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years; yef is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and w&fly away. Psalms. XC,IO We live in a wondrous age. In a few short decades man has built motors and wings, to circle the earth, to touch upon the moon. Think how the marvels of this day would astound ancestors who knew only the horse and the wind-blown sail. Progress is easier to understand when we see. it with our own eyes. Unless we arc part of the effort, we never consider what price the gain. Successful living, by the same token, is not a matter of longevity; it is a matter of working at the business of living successfully. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: CSSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algong, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Truck. - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoiit PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research Mar 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. 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