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HEWS NOTES 14 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 14, 1971 Schultz Bros. Celebrates 31st Anniversary Schultz Bros, of Algona began a 2 1/2-week long Anniversary Celebration last weekend which will continue through Saturday, June 26. The firm is celebrating its 31st year irf business in Algona and as a special favor to its customers, will be giving away $465 in cash during the event. Drawings for $10 each day will be held and a final day drawing of 10 prizes of $31 will be held on June 26. In addition, the firm has a number of special buys at its Quickway Grocery. The firm is owned by Armin and Wesley Schultz and employs 21 persons in the gas station, garage and grocery. * OUR * SERVICEMEN In Germany Win Canadian Fishing Trip According to an announcement by Forde Smith, General Sales Manager of. Vigortone Products Company, Cedar Rapids, Harold Becker of Algona, Vigortone dealer, and Gayle studer of Wesley, Vgortone Field manager, have been awarded a fishing trip in Th P vM T W f • L °, dge ° n Lake Kabet °£ a <™ 1" Minnesota. They won the trip for exceeding their quota in the Big Chief Quota contest. Vigortone officials described this contest as the most successful sales campaign in the Company's history Vigortone Products Company is the nation's oldest and largest producer of livestock pre-mixes for O n-the-farm feed mixing. To Okoboji Convention Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ennen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, all of Lone Rock, are attending the 20th annual Felco- Land O'Lakes Conference for cooperative employees at Lake Okoboji, Iowa this week. More than 700 persons, employees and ttieir families, are a part of a yearly program developed to inform cooperators of current changes and trends in the expanding field of cooperative agriculture. Guests represented cooperatives from Iowa, Minnesqta, Nebraska, South Dakota North Dakota and Illinois. Phillips "66" Contest Winners The Pitch, Hit and Throw Contest sponsored by Menke's Phillips "66' and<Francis Menke's "66" of Bancroft was recently held in Algona. Boys from around the county were eligible to compete in the finals hdld May 29. Winners were as follows; Craig Mertz-9; Mike Wagner-10- Terry McGuire-11; Bruce Knudsen-12; all of Algona. All the boys placed in competition, however, none were high enough to continue onto the National competition. Piano, Organ Teaching Lessons North Iowa Music Annex has announced the opening of their new facilities for teaching piano and organ lessons. Classes are scheduled to start tentatively on June 7. Other classes will begin as needed at later dates. The new addition features five pianos and a complete line of music and books. The teachers of the lessons are Mrs. Vaughn Rising, Mrs. Don Jorgenson and Miss Rennae Votteler. Any other teachers may contact North Iowa Music Annex if they wish to use the facilities. Lessons will be conducted in quiet, comfortable rooms in groups or privately as preferred. Family Night Held At Doan Church DOAN - Family night was held at the Doan United Methodist church Friday with Mr. Fred Barrick of Mason City as the featured speaker. Those members on the serving committee were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zweifel, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boleneus, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, and Mrs. Lyle Alexander, and Mrs. Ross Buffington, and Mrs. Roger Buffington and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. Marilyn Paetz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Paetz, spent the weekend from her studies visiting her parents. Marilyn attends the University of Iowa and is studying pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kain and Jamie of Iowa Falls were guests in the parental Ed ward Kain home from Wednesday through Saturday. -o- Mr Mr. Mr. IS LIFEGUARD Cheryl Cunningham is working as a lifeguard and swimming instructor at the Titonka swimming pool » In the fall she plans to return to the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls to continue her education. -o- CHURCH SCHEDULE Sunday the time for morning worship services at the Doan Methodist church was 8:30. This schedule will continue through the summer months. Miss Jeanine Boyken, Titonka, was a Wednesday overnight guest in the home of Cheri and Debbie Hansen. Sunday dinner guests in the Ross Struthers home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Struthers and Kim of Sioux City and Mrs. Tom Mein of Wayne, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. George Draper and Jeff Vogt of Waterloo were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Asa. Jeff will be staying with the Asa family for the summer months. Sunday dinner guests in the Asa home included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa and Tony and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Tom E lief son had as guests in their home Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellefson of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Drager, Mrs. Martha- Drager and' Miss Irene Drager of Spencer were weekend visitors in Wisconsin. They attended a 30th wedding anniversary open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Drager. Mrs. Matt Clark and Mrs. Randall Clark went to Ames Friday where they attended a meeting at Iowa State University for the Home Economics Alumni Association. Wednesday afternoon a group of Plum creek and Doan ladies held a surprise housewarming coffee for Mrs. Amand Dangelser. Guests included Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer, Mrs. Randall Clark, Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Mrs. Martha Drager, Mrs. Tom Ellefson, Mrs. Robbie Kain, Mrs. Edward Kain, and Mrs. William Paetz. The self invited guests brought and served the lunch and presented Mrs. Dangelser a lovely gift for their home. Portland Club Dates Annual Picnic Thursday PORTLAND - The Portland Progress club will hold their annual picnic, Thursday, June 17 at the Buffalo Creek picnic area beginning with a 12:30 pot luck dinner. Hostesses are Arlene Marlow and vera Fitch. The hostesses will furnish dessert and drink and others are to bring a hot dish or salad and sandwiches, and their own dishes. Roll call, "What I like to do on a rainy day". Previous hostesses will have fun time. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary ST. JOE - Pfc. Donald W. Zeimet of Bode has arrived in Karlsruke, Germany where he will spend 18 months with the U.S. Army. He received his basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash., and is with the 51st Maintenance Btn. in Germany. Donald is a graduate of Garrigan High School. RUTH LONG BILOXI, MISS. - Airman Ruth M. Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Long, Burt, has graduated at Keesler, AFB, Miss, from the u. S. Air Force ad- minstrative specialist course. The airman is now proficient in the preparation of Air Force correspondence and reports. Airman Long is a 1970 graduate of Burt Community high school. DELBERT JOHNSON USS LUCE - Navy Petty Officer Second Class Delbert D. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Johnson, Algona participated in com missioning ceremonies of the guided missile destroyer USS Luce at the Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia. His ship has been assigned to the Atlantic Fleet Cruiser Destroyer force and will behome- ,'Ported/at,Newport, RJ.-I..- • ;. FT. CAMPBELL, KY.-Army Private Bruce E. Bailey, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Bailey, 'Winnebago, Minn., recently completed eight weeks of basic training at the U.S. Army Training Center at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Pvt. Bailey's wife, Debra, lives in Swea City. ! went to Ledyard Sunday evening to visit his mother Mrs. Edith Trenary. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and son, Paul Tieman went to Rodman for Memorial Day and also visited Elmer Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt of Lone Rock to celebrate their oldest son Randy's confirmation. Mrs. P. w, Marlow attended a shower for Mrs. Russell Bristow at the Legion Hall at Lu Verne. Mr. Levant Moore, Leona Haase, Patricia, Virginia and Evelyn attended the United Methodist all church picnic at Bob Boekelman's at 12:15 to share a basket dinner. The afternoon was spent socially and there were races and games for the .children. The Methodist men furnished the ice cream and a nice time was had by all. Gets Stripes Petra Mary Wingert of Wesley will be among the 162 new Iowa Methodist School of Nursing juniors and Seniors who received stripes in annual striping ceremonies in the school's Jester Auditorium June 4. Petra is a Junior. Three Brandts Of Titonka Get Iowa Degrees TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brandt went to Iowa City and attended graduation exercises Friday morning at the University of Iowa. The exercises was held for 2,800 graduates. They had the honor to see three of their family receive degrees. John Brandt received his law degree. Mrs. John Brandt received her master's degree and Brenda Brandt her B.A. degree in Home Economics. They visited in the John Brandt home till Saturday and then drove on to Bettendorf and visited their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nielsen, Karin and Eric, returning to their home Monday. - o - VALLEY FARMERETTES The Valley Farmerettes met Tuesday in the German Valley Township Hall. Roll call was answered by 11 members and 3 leaders. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Alberta Sleper. The 4-H Pledge was led by Donna Ricklefs. A committee was made for judges gift. Fun night queen was selected and Linda Ricklefs was chosen. Mrs. Beenken, the leader told about record books and fair lists. Illustrated talk on "Canning" was given by Jean Mayland. A demonstration on "Yeast Breads" was given by Barb Bowers. The meeting was then adjourned with lunch served by Lynda Steinberg and Jean Mayland. In the evening a family pot-luck picnic was held at the Township Hall and enjoyed by all who attended. - o - CHURCH CIRCLES The Ruth Circle of the Ramsey Reformed Church will meet Thursday, June 17 at 1:30 p.m. Lesson will be given by Mrs. AlvinHopkes. Devotions by Mrs. Harm Huisinga. Hostesses are Mrs. Carl Harms and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden. Three circles of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will meet Thursday, all to begin at 8 p.m. Deborah circle will meet in the home of Theresa Ubben as hostess and Clara Mayland will have the lesson. Elizabeth Circle will meet at the church with •••• Velida Bruns giving the lesson and Helena Buaa as hostess. Miriam Circle will meej at the church with Neoma Boyken having the lesson and hostess is Ardith Loeschen. - o - GETS HONORS Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger attended the Honors Day Convocation at Mankato State college, Mankato, Minn., June 6 at the special presentation for honor graduates. David Kitzinger was awarded a Cum Laude certificate in recognition of high scholastic achievements. Following the convocation a reception was held in the lounge area outside the central ballroom of the Centennial Student Union. - o The German Valley birthday club enjoyed a family potluck picnic Sunday at the Woden Park. Rev. Kenneth Cordes, Jean and Jeffrey, Oregon, Dl., were weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Reka cordes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmak- er were Sunday visitbrs in the Clarence Schutjer home. Mrs. Emma DeBoer new from the Rochester, Minn,, airport to Washington where she is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 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D., and also visited her brothers and families Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harringa, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harringa, Mrs. Eleanor Harringa, all in South Dakota. They also visited her sisters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bjugard, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wild at Marshall, Minn.' Mrs. Reka cordes, and her weekend guest, Rev. Kenneth Cordes and children, Oregon, HI., Gertie Janssen, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heyer and family all of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson and family, Sumner, la., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Siehlmann and family, Forest City, were among other guests who attended the Silver Wedding Anniversary open house to honor Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cordes at Corwith on Sunday. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire and Thea, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sexton and Larry were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Dallman at Britt and all helped Kurt celebrate his 8th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krominga, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beedwere Sunday to Tuesday in Minneapolis and attended the Our Own Hardware Convention. Sidney and Steven Karels, Burt, were among the guests of the Des Moines register carriers to spend Monday as fun day in Des Moines. The boys have been carriers for several years. Mrs. Delia Henken, Forest City, Mrs. Lena Schutter were Monday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear. home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hans deVries at Newton. Mr. and Mrs. flo Buffington and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga all of Titonka attended the 23rd annual Greenfield family reunion at Castlewood, S. D., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnston, Kathy, patty and Kevin, Knoxville, were Wednesday to Friday visitors at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. JohnIsebrand. Kevin remained and plans to spend the summer at the home of. his grandparents. Mrs. Viola Spear, Gary and Diane attended church services Sunday morning at St. John's Lutheran Church in Woden where Mrs. Spear's niece, Joan Isebrand, was confirmed during the worship service. Following the services they-were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Isebrand. Mr. and Mrs. Lament JUnker- meier and Tracy were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeier at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade, Cindy, and Maria were Tuesday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beenken. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brandt visited Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge Sunday. e ll TTOSEN MM. Donald Usher jn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radmaker visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hofbauer Sunday at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Franzen and family attended the Trarhpel family reunion at the Clarion Park Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Dunmire entertained the neighborhood birthday club Friday in her home. Guests were Etta Reibsamen, MarySch- roeder, Florence Eden, Marlys and Rachel E d en , Doris Leeck and Chuck, Lottie Ringsdorf, Laura Eden, Leota Waldrod, Rae Harris was also an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire and Thea attended the Priebe family renion at Klemme Sunday. They were supper guests !sat the home of Mrs. Ella Bamman Jjnear Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. John Alke attended a Lindhorst family reunion at Whittemore Sunday. A week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bruns and family attended the Conformation Services at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Humboldt. Her brother Steven Watson was one of those confirmed. Following the services they were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Watson. Minnie and Alice Pannkuk, Gertie Janssen, Tena Radmaker were Tuesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruse. Mrs. Reka Cordes, Mrs. Hilka Hopkes, were Tuesday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Lena Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred deVries were weekend visitors in the C. T. A. 3 Dwayne Haug, Mrs. Haug and Todd left Wednesday for San Diego, Calif, where he will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and Mrs. Donald Larson took Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas of Poulsbo, Wash., to the home of Mrs. Alma Nash of Alden, Minn. Tuesday. Mrs. Helen Fisher of Omaha, Nebr. came Sunday to spend a few days with Naomi Struthers. Mrs. Edward Zinnel was released from Bethesda General hospital Tuesday. She had been a medical patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehr- span of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wehrspan and family of Lone Rock were Sunday guests at the Roy Telfords. Craig and Jayne, children of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart, . are spending two weeks with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl of Hancock, Minn. Mr. arid Mrs. Damon Schultz of Lake Worth, Fla. and Mrs. Randy Watnem and Shelly of Humboldt were Monday visitors at the Percy Watnems. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fox of Forest City and Miss Melba Fox spent a week in southern Iowa visiting friends and relatives. At Ottumwa they were guests of Loree Roach, women's editor of the Ottumwa Currier, at Richland they visited a mansion, built by Miss Fox grandfather. They also visited at Eddyville and Sigourney. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones and family were Sunday picnic guests at the Roger Benjamin home at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Claude White of Rangely, Colo, visited the Mike Frohlings Friday and Saturday. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann attended the wedding of Sandra Horn and Charles Abbott at the Trinity Lutheran church at Webster City Saturday. John Troidl of Cannon City, Colo, visited the James Ban- warts Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson attended a dance recital at Fort Dodge Saturday. Their granddaughter Patricia Underbergwas a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Askeland of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve of Santa Ana, calif., came Thursday to visit at the Olvin Haug home a few days. The funeral for Oliver Kinseth, father of the women was held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cooperand family of Ft. Dodge were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper. Mrs. Mike House, Bobby and Lori were Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Knuf'Oppedahl were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius. Janel Frohling came home from the University of Northern Iowa Wednesday. She will work this summer as a Mothers helper in Highland Park, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tvrdik of Cedar Falls were weekend guests of the Mike Frohlings. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster attended the wedding reception and dinner for Margaret Holft and Dale Heider at the Star restaurant at Humboldt Saturday. Master Sgt. and Mrs. Darrell Benjamin of Carswell AFB in Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin of Bradgate visited Mrs. Earl Olson Friday. Kampen's Duroc Bowling team, Mrs. De Vere Newton, Mrs. Fred Kampen and Peg, Miss Melba Fox and Mrs. Kurt Paeper, attended a bowling banquet at the Hillcrest Restaurant Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ellingson of Shakopee, Minn., are the parents of a 7 lb., 10 oZi, son, Eric Karsten born June 7. They also have a daughter Debbie who is 2 years old; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson are the grandparents. Dad Deserves AccutrorT ACCUTRON "101" Bold brass markers on a gilt dial. Attached basketweave band. $185. ACCUTRON*byBULOVA Stainless steel. White or blue dial. $t!0 DEAN'S 45 YEARS EXPERIENCE & 26 YEARS IN ALGONA LAND BANK FARM LOANS Kossuth, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Palo Alto counties Long term — Low cost No prepayment penalty L7YNDB7VNK EMMETSBURG W. Hwy. 18 Ph. {712) 852-2645; Box 191 Field offices: I Algona, Thursday A.M. | Spencer, Wednesday A.M. See Eugene Hutchins, Bob Reel or Helen Haas cean nea e Growing concern about air pollution has created new interest in ways to clean the air inside our homes. For this reason several electrical devices are rapidly gaining in popularity. Window air conditioners are being installed for their air cleanmg ability, as well as air cooling. With air conditioners doors and windows may be,plosed in summer, keeping out ' dust, dirt, pollen and other $utside pollutants. Indoor air is cleaned by the air conditioner filter, which removes much of the cigarette smoke, lint and other impurities from the air. Central air conditioning does an even better job of cleansing inside air. And a good tip for any type of air conditioning equipment is to change filters often. A tremendous break-through in indoor air cleaning is the electronic air cleaner. This remarkable device removes even very tiny particles from the air electronically. It can remove dust, dirt, lint, smoke, bacteria and up to 99% of the pollen. This electronic unit may be installed on conventional central heating or air conditioning systems. Several portable and console models are also available that may be used in any room. rca • • If you want more information on *J how electric equipment cleans the air, call us or your heating and air conditioningLdealer. Algona Municipal Utilities

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