Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1971 · Page 13
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Kiwanions Honor County Dairymen How is the dairy industry doing in Kossuth County? How many dairy herds are there in the county? How large are county dairy herds? These questions are answered in the following interview with Richard Campney of Burt, Kossuth County's Dairy Month promotion chairman. Campney and other county dairymen kicked off Dairy Month here Thursday by talking about the industry at a Kiwanis Club luncheon at the Veteran's Memorial Building. The Kiwanians honored the county's 10 recipients of Dairy Herd Improvement Association certificates for producing 10% above the state breed average for either milk or fat for the past year. COUNTY ACHIEVERS Keith Bartelt, Titonka Alvin Boettcher, Lakota Alfred Meyer, Whittemore Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft Robert Van Hove, Buffalo Center Gray Brothers, Titonka Russell Richter, Ledyard Milton Madison, Lone Rock Art Mogler, Whittemore Marvin Leigh, Algona r ° f A ' 9 ° na ' Alvin Boattcher " GALLON range. - NEED PROMOTION Campney said dairymen will appear before other service clubs in Algona and around the county as part of their Dairy Month promotion. "This is the 35th year June has been designated Dairy Month," he said. "Milk consumption is down in June and the summer months because school is out and because of the warm weather. We need the promotion." Nude Drawing Gift To Historical Society -COUNTY. IS in the state for the total number' of herds being recognized. Fayette County led the state with 48. According to Campney, the dairy industry in Kossuth County has undergone changes similar to those trends revealed in national and state statistics. National statistics show that there were about half as many 'dairy cattle in the country in 1971 as there were in 1940, but that milk production had increased in those 30 years (up from 109 billion pounds to 116 billion pounds per year) because a cow produces about twice as much milk today as one did then. State statistics show there's one dairy cow for every three that were in Iowa 30 years ago (1.4 million in 1940, 490,000 in 1970). But production has doubled in that time/The'state averages 9,100 pounds of. milk per cow compared to the national average of 9,300. Kossuth County's dairy cattle population dwindled from 10,374 in 1964 to 5,212 in 1969. A 1970 study by the Extension service placed the number of dairy herds in the county at 78. They ranged in size from three herds with five cows or less to one with 80. Most were herds of 25 cows or less. -LARGEST HERD?Perhaps the largest herd in the county this year is the 84-cow herd of Rudy and Laurel Peterson of swea City. They are one of four large DHIA herds in the county operated on a father- son(s) basis. The other are Walt Campney and son Richard of Burt with 65 to 70 cows, John Ruger and son Phil of Fenton with 65 cows, and Hilbert Bierstedt and sons of Fenton with 55 cows. "It's not that the profits involved in dairy cattle aren't good," Campney explained. "Some farmers don't like being tied to milking twice a day, or to fulfilling the sanitation restrictions." ' Campney said most county dairymen transport their raw milk to two major Grade A outlets - wells Blue Bunny in Le Mars and the Des Moines Milk Shed. He said the transportation costs can vary from 17 cents to 60 cents pei 100 pounds, and that dairymen aire presently getting; about 45 c.en|s'per CJALLON for raw mi&V After processing, the milk currently retails in the 49 cents to 59 cents per HALF Is she naughty or not? The pondering began last Wednesday when former Kossuth County Historical Society president Chester Schoby of Algona and Algona Chamber of Commerce Secretary Bill Steele arranged for a picture-taking session of a 4' by 8' nude drawing atop the public restroomsacross from the Chamber office. The dramatic color drawing is a gift to the Historical Society - one that all agree is very much a part of the county's history.. Presumably, the story of the lady's appearance begins back in tye early I940«s when $hte-was created by a German prisoner 'of war at the camp west of Algona. An attempt is currently underway to determine the artist. "When the camp was dismantled in 1946, the camp commander, a Col. Lobdell, took the fair-haired work of art with him. Since then, !^e has shown her extensively, i:.ostly in art circles in his home state of Nebraska. -$6,000 OFFERED- He has reportedly received several offers for the drawing, including one for $6,000. However, he decided instead to return the drawing to the site of its historical significance. "It is a part of the history of your city and that is where it rightfully belongs," he said. Col. Lobdell contacted Bill Dau, Sr. of Algona to ask who might be interested in preserving the drawjuig as he had for the past 25 years. Dau referred him to Schoby and the two began corresponding on the matter. Told of its worth, Schoby even traveled to Lincoln, Nebr. to view the work. He decided to accept the colonel's donation, so last week when Kirk Hayes of Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. of Algona was in Lincoln on business, he picked up the drawing for Schoby and brought it back to Algona. -HOW GOOD I Mike Foley, a Druggists' Mutual employee, was among the first Algona residents to view the drawing in its temporary storage place in the building's basement. He told his wife, who is an art instructor at O.B. Laing school here, about it. She said the drawing was probably made with chalk, charcoal and possibly crayon or water colors. "It's very good," she said.' Several V critics have reportedly placed the value of the picture above $5,000. They said the extreme detail created under less than ideal circumstances and with improvised equipment, adds ' greatly to the value of the work. -PRISON ART- The picture wasn't the only art produced in the prison camp. Eduard Kajb and others created 1/2-life size Nativity Scene figures now on display at the Kossuth County fairgrounds. When Kaib returned to Algona in 1968 to view the scene 22 years after he left them here, Col. Lobdell reportedly asked him if he knew of the artist or the picture. Kaib, who was at the camp in 1944-45 and into 1946, said he remembered neither. The camp imprisoned approximately 2,000 men. -NO PLACE FOR A LADY?In view of the established historical significance of the picture, Chamber Secretary Steele tried to place it on display in two store fronts for today's (Monday) Sidewalk Art Show. No deal. Both businesses contacted thought it was not in their best interest. Because of their reaction, the valuable picture will not be a part of this year's art show. "I decided not to go around and plead with people to take it," Steele said. "We've had nude art in our shows before last year or the year before — and nothing was said. But those were much smaller." Steele said Schoby plans a meeting of Historical Society members in the near future to determine whether the picture will be placed in its museum on Dodge Street or elsewhere. "We're just open on Sunday afternoons," Schoby said. "And most of our visitors are children." OTTOSEN Henry Meyer of Mazon, fll., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr.andMrs.MartinMeyer. Other Sunday night supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs, Victor Meyer and family. Steven Lorenc of Springfield, Mo., came Saturday to visit at; the Albert Thorsen home for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were Sunday night coffee guests of her mother, Mrs. Anna Honn of Humboldt. inttniiiiiiiniiiiiviHMiniuininniiiiiiHitiiiiiiiiimriiiit OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Uslis- H'liuiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIHIIIIINMIIIli Jackie Copeland of Rye, N. Y. left Monday after spending a week at the Ralph Jacobson home. Other weekend guests were Annette Dwyer of Bridgewater, Denise Olson and Jackie Jacobson of Des Moines, Janet Winkel of Racine, Wis. and Karen Knudson of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Earl Olson visited Miss Hilda Nielsen and Mrs. Elna Kerns of Rolfe and Mrs. Al Bergesen of Plover Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Olson. The family dinner was in honor of Mrs. Richard Riggan who had graduated this spring from Northwestern College at Orange City. Mrs. Earl Olson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones to Electric Park at Lost Island for the weekend on a camping trip, others who joined them were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Benjamin and Marsha of Bradgate and Mrs. Steve Palmer and daughters of Glencoe, Minn. Monday the following joined them for the day, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Benjamin and family of Gilmore City, Gary Graaf of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. .Richard Benjamin of Bradgate and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rutz, Jeff, Joel, and John of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark and family attended a high school alumni reunion picnic of her class at the new high school at Clarion Sunday. Albert Thorsen returned from the Emmetsburg hospital Tuesday where he had had an appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. James Magee and family of Lyons, Kans., were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Daniel and family of Minneapolis, Minn. were Saturday overnight guests of his mother, Mrs. Loran Daniel. They all went to Boxholm to visit Mr. and Mrs. Keith . Daniel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. -Dean Telford family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme attended graduation at Algona Tuesday night and were lunch guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Schultz of Whittemore for '- '' •'•*" Donna Meinders Engaged . Mr. and Mrs.' Eugene Hofius were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee of Stratford. That night they also attended the graduation of their grandson, Tom Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Olson were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn of Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress and family of Gilbert were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geerdes of Pomeroy Sunday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the James Banwarts were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt and family, Eddie Grimm and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Chicoine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hohenstein of Amboy, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Abel and family of Kasson, Minn., were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann. The women are sisters. DALE BAAS Dale Baas of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baas, was recently promoted to the rank of Sp/4 with the army in Germany. Dale, a 1968 graduate of Garrigan High School, went into the service last September and took his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, MO., where he was stationed until going to Germany in February. He is a clerk at the Headquarters office. TITONKA -Mr. and Mrs. ® Alvin Meinders, Buffalo * Center announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna to Leroy Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hinz of Buffalo Center, An August 6th wedding Is being planned at the Ramsey Reformed church near Titonka, Bride-to-be Of Lone Rock Man Gets Shower Honors LONE ROCK - Marie Wells, Albert Lea, Minn., bride-elect of Gary Rath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath, Lone Rock, was honored at a'tiridal shower May 31 at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church parlors. Mrs. Don Mallicoat, Clinton, HI., sister of the honoree, presided at the guest book table. Corsages made of white daisies designed by Mrs. Dale Wegener, swea City were presented to Marie; her mother, Mrs. Leland Wells, Waseca, Minn.; and to Mrs. Clinton Rath, Lone Rock and Mrs. Rennix Wilson, Humboldt, mother and grandmother of the groom elect. Mrs. orville Kressin introduced Marie and her honored guests and also emceed the evening's program. Mrs. Lawrence Rath gave opening devotions of scripture readings taken from tlie book of Psalms and also rules for daily living. Cindy Rath and Lynn Me Curry of Renwick sang "He" accompanied by Mrs. Wilfred Radig. Mrs. Claude Johnson gave a humorous monologue entitled "In Good Hands". The poem, "The Nurse" was read by Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt. The song "Everything is Beautiful" was sung by Elizabeth Kressin, Lynn Me Curry, Debbie Feye, Peggy Brekke, Cindy Rath andCorinne Johnson accompanied by Mrs. Wilfred Radig. A short story of Marie's life was given by, Mrs. Orville Kressin; The' gong "Best f isHes to You" sung by Mary Ann Kressin, Julie Heifner, Audrey Hurlburt and Gloria Metzger accompanied by,'cindy Rath ended the program. Marie was assisted by Mrs. Robert Heifner and Cindy Rath with the opening of her gifts and Julie, Heifner tucked ribbons and bows into a bride doll net pillow. Carrying gifts were Corinne Johnson, Peggy Brekke, Susan Fortney and Connie Wegener. . Refreshments were served from the tea table centered with a large mintgreen candle in a floral ring of daisies. Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod poured and Cheryl Weisbrod, Mankato served at the punch table. Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt was dining room hostess. Women from the Lone Rock area serving as hostesses were Mesdames Robert Heifner, Orville Kressin, Merwyn Hurlburt, Lawrence Rath, Albert Shaser, Clarence Kraft, Maurice Weisbrod, Dale Schroeder, Lawrence Newbrough, Claude Johnson, Duane Metzger, Jr. Hurlburt, Sylvester Brace, Frank Dreyer, Ray Kading, Wilfred Radig, E. A. Lee, Alfred Schadendorf, Howard Bierstedt, Edwin Luedtke, Walter Dacken, Milton Madison, Robert Fortney, Delmar Fischer and Cindy Rath. Out of town hostesses were Mrs. Dale Wegener, Swea city, Mrs. Orville Gardner and Mrs. John Rath, Algona, Mrs. Ray Uthof, Fenton and Mrs. Leonard Hoist of vin- ton. Marie Wells and Gary Rath will be married June 20 at the Evangelical Free Church in Waseca, Minn. - o - AT GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland, Burt, Janet Cherland and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cherland of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cherland, Fairmont, Minn., attended the graduation °l Paul Baker from the Lutheran Seminary of St. Paul, Minn. The graduation was held at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon, May 30 at the Central Lutheran church, St. Paul, Paul Baker is a son-in-law w Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland and there were 120 men in his graduating class. The Cherland relatives also attended the reception held at »e church following the gradua- tion and the dinner held in Paul Baker's honor at the Howard Johnson Restaurant. - o - ALUMNI BANQUET Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe, Lone Rock, spent May 29 at Moulton, Iowa, where they attended a 6:30 p.m. alumni banquet. The Priebes spent the night with an aunt of Mrs. Priebe's, Amy Miner at Centerville, and also visited with Mi 1 , and Mrs. Fred Stansberry before returning home. - o- i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, attended the open house May 36 held at the Les Johnson home, Owatonna, Minn., in honor of their daughter Sue/s graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger were also in attendance. The Les Johnsons are former Lone Rock residents. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Lone Rock, were Saturday and Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Uitenbogard, Rosemount, Minn, while they were in the cities attending the wedding of Phyllis Cherland and Robert Rod and the graduation of Paul Baker. Mrs. E. A. Lee, Michael Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyer and family, Swea City, attended the graduation of Jane Beth Christensen Tuesday evening, t < June" 1< ->at Belgradfe, Minn. They were also'in "a'tte'h- dance for the reception held at the parental Ronald Christensen home in honor of Jane Beth's graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell, Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger and family, Burt, attended a family reunion picnic dinner May 30 at the Charlie Nelson home, Emmetsburg. Many other relatives from Emmetsburg, Cylinder, Minneapolis and Sioux Falls, S. D., were also in attendance. Michael Lee Gets "U" Degree; To Wisconsin LONE ROCK - Michael Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee, Lone Rock, graduated May 28 from the College of Business Administration at the State University of Iowa. Attending the 9;30 a.m. graduation were Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger of Lone Rock and Mrs. Raymond Neswold of Britt. Beginning June 21 Michael will be employed as an auditor with the State Revenue Dept. at Madison, Wis. - o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Mr. and Mrs; Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Doug and Dion and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig, Tim and Danny all of Lone Rock, Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Henriksen and family, Armstrong, Eugene Radig,' Iowa City, Carolyn Kundel, Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gross and family of Lincoln, Nebr. enjoyed a pot-luck family dinner at the Glenn Berntson home, Paullina, May 30. The dinner was held in honor of Kathy Berntson 1 s graduation. Kathy received the valedictorian award at the Commencement exercises held Monday evening, May 24 at the Paullina High School Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Doug and Dion on their return home visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ted vera, Buffalo Center at their cottage at Spirit Lake, Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mrs, E. A. Lee and Michael Lee attended the reception Wednesday at the J. M, Blanchard home in Des Moines held in honor of their daughter, Cindy's graduation. The Blanchards are former Lone Rock residents. Monday overnight guests at tie home of Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell, Lone Rock were Mrs. Mitchell's sister and hus- tand, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jioons of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich of Burt enjoyed dinner Tuesday evening at the Fedwood Cafe, Fairmont in celebration of the Cherland's wedding anniversary and Mrs. Bleich's birthday. •; *»•»•••»•»•»•»••»•••••• Irvington McL«in Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland, Titonka, came to the home of Mrs. Mayland's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sabin and family Hay 29 and stayed until Monday evening to help with odd jobs that had to be done. Sunday .-upper guests at the Ronald Sabin tome were Mrs.Sabin'sbrother- iji-law,and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reisetter and family from Eldora. .other callers Sunday were Earl Miller, Algona, and his son Paul Miller from take City, Minn. .The Ronald Sabins had a picnic dinner Monday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beisch and daughter Laurie Jean, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland, Titonka, Gloria Taylor, Algona dnd Richard Krug of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sapp, Des Moines, and Dwight Sabin also (if Des Moines, were overnight i;uests May 27 at the home of Mrs. Hazel Sabin and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz. They also visited nt the Ronald Sabin home and from there on Friday the group Visited the Derold Schulz family it Vincent. >; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Apple Arrived in the area May 28 for a visit with the former's sister and family, the Erby Shiplers of this area. They left again on the ' I Oth to visit relatives in Iowa City and Des Moines, before re- urning here. Richard leaves June [1 for Oakland, Calif., and from here for Vietnam. He recently sompleted two months in clerk school at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo,, ind before that' studied the Viet- rnnese language for nine months it Ft. Bliss, Texas. Mrs. Apple, :he former Rita Kriens, plans o return to her hometown of Spencer, while Richard is overseas. The Robert Smith family attended a picnic May 30 at smith Lake. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gatton and sons, Tttonka^chesk'ersmiUi, Bancroft,'" Mr." and Mrs. Walter Gatton, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson and Sherri. Mr. and Mrs. Toby Eastman and family were Memorial Day Visitors at the home of Mrs. Eastman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Irvington. Having a Memorial Day picnic May 30 at the Melvin Baas home jWere the John Marti family, Irvington; Lucy Wessel, August Schmidt, Fern Robinson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Menke and Andy, all of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weig of Arms- :rong. Mr. Menke is in the service and will leave here July S for duty in Germany. May 29 guests at the Robert Jmith home; .Algona, were Mr. ind Mrs. Floyd Fisher, Fort 3odge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ieinkel and Mrs. Sula Franz, LuVerne. On the 31st the Smiths vere dinner guests at the Charles teinkels and supper guests, along vith Mr. and, Mrs. Kenneth Smith ind sons, iFbrest city, at the tennis Olson hom^e Becky and Sarali Pfeffer, Ames ' ame May 28' and .'stayed until ie 31st with the Jerry Ferstls. They we*e all guests on the Oth pf Pauline Pieffer, Wesley, erri Lynn, daughter of the jerry erstls, returned to Ames iritluBecky and Sarah for two reekS with the John pfeffers. Mr; and Mrs. Harold Fram- ach^Algona, visited the latter's rotlier and wife, Mr. and Mrs. umner Parsons, Burt, May 30. umnerj who recently had sur- ery at Rochester, Minn.,tohave n arthritic hip joint replaced, s recuperating satisfactorily, he Parsons have been recently •' isited by their daughter Barbara rpm Texas. Visiting at the home of Mr, uid Mrs. Robert Black and family s their daughter Mrs. Charles • '] rfitchell and her infant daughter Larissa Lyn, Xenia, Ohio. Mrs. Mitchell has been here for,about en days, an.d on Friday^ Mr. . lltcheU will arrive and will visit : the Black home until June 8 t which time Mrs, Mitchell and aughter will accompany him back o Xenia, Mr. and Mrs/ Conrad Scott and were ..callers rfejO$eapers:ajKi the [juiseQs and tte^Dur* • pod Waikers 'May 3Q- Conrad : a son of the Newton Scotts ho formerly lived here. He ^ affiliated wjlth Bell Tele>hone at Ames. V • The annual Arndorfer family County Advance - 13 Monday, Jung 7, 1971 reunion was held Sunday at ( home of Mr. and Mrs. Berna* Capesius. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanig and family, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Kampman and family, Dumont, Helen Hanig, Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arndorfer, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell and family, Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arndorfer and son Michael, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer of LuVerne, Mrs. Kenneth Gulledge and daughter Brenda Marie, Waukeegan, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gatton and family, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Foy McDaniel from Sioux City. Mrs. Helen Hanig, Ackley, who had been visiting at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, since May 27th left for her home Wednesday. While here Mrs. Hanig visited at the home of another brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Siemer and a brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer, Algona. Luella Lickteig was hostess to her Fun and Do club which was held at her home May 28. Guests were Matilda Waldschmidt, Algona, and Mrs. Richard Lickteig, Sexton. 500 was played with prizes going to Eulalia Altman, Katherine Johnson and Camilla Bormann. The next meeting will be held June 25 at the home of Camilla Bormann. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Florence Colwell and brother Claude Fowler, Irvington, over the Memorial Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell and family, Ankeny, Mrs. Marie Colwell and Gertie Oetkin, both of Algona, Mrs. B. 0. Davis, Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius. Visitors over the Memorial Day weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer were Rachael Arndorfer, Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs.DonOnthank Jr., and Doug Jensen all from Newton, Sherri Martin and Betsy McCann, both from Marshalltown and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hayungs and family, Sheffield. Guests May 27 at the ho%ie of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Arndorfer and daughters of Algona. The Kenneth Roneys recently received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Schichtl, SanFran- cisbo,. now traveling in Ireland. They report they are on their own in England and Ireland, but will connect with a tour in Holland and visit seven other countries. Vaughn grew up at Irvington, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl. Guests at the Gerald Hansons May 31 were the Roger Hansons, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman, Algona. Local Students Available For Summer Work Steve Simkins, Rural Manpower Representative of the Iowa State Employment Service in Ft. Dodge has announced there are local students available for summer work. Dorothy Arend of the Kossuth County OEO in Algona, Local Volunteer Farm Labor Representative, rtow has a list of high school students available for summer work. These students have indicated an interest in yardwork, babysitting, tractor operator, haying, weeding, corn shelling, sales clerk, housework, carry out, car hop, and auto service station attendant. Any area employers or farmers needing youth in these or similar areas are urged to contact these available workers through The OEO in Algona or the Iowa state Employment of- F ° rt Dodge (515-576- MIKE PUTNEY, son of Mr ' 'Mrs. :Tom Putney, an-' • Sjogren, Algona, left Th .u on their motorcycles for v ui- sin and possibly Minnes?t? m »/ expect to be gone about Both :boys. graduated this year, Mike is planning to attend Mankato state and Jon, the Univer? sity of Arizona in Tucson this fall. They hope to venture a few more times later in the summer, STEVE MUELLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Mueller, returned hqme Friday from Davenport wnere he attended Palmer chiropractic school, Steve Plans to be working for cowan Corp " summer.

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