Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 7
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AROUND ALGONA I """^^ MRS. MIKES RECITALS With the closing of school, the piano and organ students of Mrs. Helen Mikes presented three recitals in her home. Students invited their own parents, relatives and friends. Refreshments were Served after the programs. According to their presentations those who performed Wednesday afternoon were the following: Lynn Marking, Janet Loss, Darlene Becker, Michele Montag, Julie Bode, Linda LOSS, Laura Olson, Janet Becker, Marcla Loss, Brenda Loss, Kevin Loss, Marlys Becker and Jean Ann Dodds. Friday afternoon those performing were: Julie Mertz, ja- nel Hinken, Maureen McCall, Bernadette McGuire, jean Marie Bormann, Dee Dee McCall, Jackie Reding and Lisa Backhaus. Bill McEnroe, Cindy Grimm, Ann Reding, Brian Arend, Sheryl Gerbei', Shirley Arend, George Altman, Joan Grimm, Jim Me Guire, Lois Thilges and Joe Straub performed Friday night. An unexpected surprise for Mrs. Mark McGuire Sr. was the Playing of Happy Birthday by ner grandson, Jim McGuire and the group singing and wishing her Happy Birthday. SISTER DIES Mrs. Margaret Heimer, Lamont, &., sister of Mrs. Myra Ostrum, Algona, died unexpectedly at her home June 15. Edward Ostrum, Sherburn, Minn., came and took his mother to Lamont Friday for the funeral. They returned Saturday. MR. AND MRS. James Sterling and infant son, Jamie, were guests several days last week at the home of Mrs. Sterling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley. Mrs. Sterling is the former Victoria Bradley. The Sterlings reside in Phoenix, Ariz. where Mr. Sterling has an agency for the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. They were on their way to the company's home office in Philadelphia, pa. where Mr. Sterling is scheduled to address the organization's "Presidents' Club." They stopped at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sterling, Tiskilwa, m., for several days on the way to Philadelphia. WINNERS AT bridge at the Algona Country Club Bridge and Luncheon on Thursday were Alice Dole, Delia Welter and Maude Kohlhaas. Ruth Bay will be hostess for next week. BOB STILLMAN and his mother returned home Monday from an eleven day vacation in the Eastern United States. They attended the wedding of Rod Ricklefs in Portsmouth, R. L, then went on to see Bob's older brother, Mike, in Bound Brook, N. MRS. EVA BLOCK, former LuVerne resident, has moved fortheimfllUffofrourCtr... AUTO SERVICE Steering stubborn? Then steer here! When steering gets difficult, it may be a sign car wheels are out of balance and alignment. We'll put them right. VIKING OIL CO. NO. MAIN ST. ALGONA, IA. to Wellsburg, la,, where she is employed by Alfred Harms as housekeeper and practical nurse to his father and invalid brother. WEEKEND CALLERS at the home of Eleanor and Lynn Burns were sons Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burns of Spring Grove, Minn. Lee has accepted the position of high school principal there. Mrs.'Lee Burns is the head of nursing service at the hospital there. Les Burns was also home the past weekend. He is teaching at U.N.I, this summer section. He is assistant to Dr. Hanson, head of the science department. SALLY ANN, infant daughter of the Robert Metzgers, Ames, was baptized June 13 at St. Thomas Church with Father Manders officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, jr. The same day, Steven Howard, son of the Robert Metzgers received his first Holy Communion. A reception followed at the home. The grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Sr. and Mrs. Ethel Johnson also attended. Nurse Graduates Get Diplomas And Rhetoric OMAHA, Neb. - Mary Bonnstetter of Whiitemore, Sandra Elbert of Rodman and Mrs. William Obrecht, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Art Obrecht of Algona, were among the 68 nursing students scheduled to take part in graduation exercises for Creighton Memorial St. Joseph hospital Sunday, June 20. The ceremonies were to be held in Boys Town Music Hall. Make ICCC Dean's List EAGLE GROVE - Cathy Mits- ven of Bode and Larry Torkelson of Livermore were listed among 42 students named to the academic Dean's List at Iowa central Community College here for the 1970-71 second semester. Both achieved grade point averages of 3.25 or higher. Both students qualified for temporary membership in the school's honor society. Permanent membership can be ach- < ,,--,,• -V'**Y'/»*?*t'<''**yf'(r-'V".VV.'*»r.*< • i. ievedl>y maintaining a3.25grade average or above for three semesters. — a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church . .. Man goefh forth unto h/s work and to his labour until the evening. Psalms, OV, 23 With the morning hours, we go to work. For most of us, the day belongs to the pursuit of livelihood. Work is the effort that brings to us the "good things" of life—the home, the car, the bountiful feast upon the table. Work is a blessing; a great need for those who have it not. Whatever your task in life, do it well, within the allotcd time. When work is done, find the time to turn your footsteps toward the House of the Lord. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algeria, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Truck* - Gehl Firettone Tires — Stanhoist PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO, Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research Mar SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and Closed Tuesdays 169 . COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 and 169 WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggi and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fir* ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO, Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment Phyllis Cherland Married To Robert Rod In Minneapolis LONE ROCK- Phyllis M.Cher- land, St. Louis Park, Minn., and Robert A. Rod of St. Paul were married Saturday, May 29 in the Calvary Lutheran church, Golden Valley, Minn. Rev. Oliver Berven of Minneapolis officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cherland of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rod of Bode are the parents of the bridegroom. Bridal attendants were Miss Janet Berven, St. Louis Park, maid of honor; Miss Linda Berkland, also of St. Louis Park and Miss Janis Housman of Minneapolis, as bridesmaids. Attending the bridegroom were Brian Johnson of Humboldt, best man; Michael Steinke and Loren Odland, both of St. Paul, as groomsmen. Steve Cherland, Lone Rock, brother of the bride and Rob Hofstad, St. Paul served as ushers. A reception for 200 guests was held in the Fellowship Hall of calvary Lutheran Church following the ceremony. Mrs. Elmer Krause, Fenton, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Alfred Thompson, Badger, aunt of the groom, cut and served the wedding cake while Mrs. 0. T. Cherland, Lone Rock, aunt of the bride and Mrs. 0. N. Overdahl, Badger, aunt of the groom, presided at the coffee services. The bride, a graduate- of Sentral high school and of the Fairview Hospital School of Nursing in 1970 has been employed as a registered nurse at the Methodist Hospital, St. Louis Park. The bridegroom, a graduate of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D. is a student at Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul. The bridal couple will be at home at Las Vegas, Nev. where Robert will be interning for one year starting Sept. 1, 1971. Local relatives attending the wedding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland and Steve and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cherland and Janet Cherland of Algona, Mrs. Elmer Krause and Melba of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland of Hurt. -o- Capt. Rodney and Mrs. Priebe and family spent the past week visiting at the parental Art Priebe home and also the Dennis Priebe home in Lone Rock. Capt. Rodney Priebe had just finished a 2-mpnth examiner course at Ft. Rucker, Ala. At the end of their Lone Rock visit, the Priebes left for Ft. Carson, Colo., where Rodney will be stationed for two or three years. Mrs. Joe Culbertson, Lone Rock recently took a sightseeing trip with Mrs. Faye Bishop of Wells, Minn, places of interest visited were the Mark Twain home at Hannibal, MO. ; Lincoln's home at Springfield, fll.; Grant's home at Galena, HI. and also the town of New Salem, HI. Time was also spent visiting friends at Winona, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Henderson and jane of Ft. Worth, Tex. and Mrs. Anna Newbrough of Humboldt were Mofjday visitors with Lone Rock relatives. Mr. Henderson is a grand-nephew of A. D. Newbrough. Kossufh County Advance — 7 Monday, June 21, On Dean's List At Hamline U. St. Paul - Ryan j. Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lynch, Jr., Algona, has been named to the spring term deans list at Hamltne University, St. Paul, Minn. To be eligible a student must maintain a 3.25 (b plus or better), Women's Lib Begins at Home Once meals are over, all you have on your hands is garbage. So why mess around? Put an In-Sink-Eralor disposer to work under your sink. Gopbles up anything you feed it, even steak bones and corn cobs. And no other garbage disposer is so trouble free. Declare your independence! March to your In-Sink-Erator dealer's and demand to see his full line of stainless steel disposers priced for every budget. IIMIIIMtl IN-SINK-ERATOR DIVISION EMERSON ELECTRIC CO. . 4700-2UI ST. • RACINE. WIS. 53406 ION IN SINK ERATOR World's Largest Producer of Garbage Disposers and Trash Compactors ALGONA PLUMBING AND HEATING ALGONA, IOWA 295-5240 (24U thru 26A) ^ GOOD/YEAR SERVICE POLYGLASWHITEWALLSV40FF 2 White Strlpn Tubilesi Size 7.00-13 B78-14 C78-14 D78-14 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 J78-14 E78-15 F78-15 G78-15 H78-15 J78-15 L78-15* Replaces 6.45-14 6.95-14 7.35-14 7.75-14 8.25-14 8.55-14 8.85-14 7.35-15 7.75-15 8.25-15 8.55-15 8.85-15 9.15-15 Regular Price $43.95 $41.15 $44.10 $45.00 $45.85 $48.40 $52.95 $58.05 $65.65 $45.85 $48.40 $52.90 $58.05 $65.65 $74.80 SALE [_ PRICE $32.96 $30.86 $33.07 $33.75 $34.39 $36.30 $39.71 $43.54 • $49.24 $34.39 $36.30 $39.67 $43.54 $49.24 $56.10 Plus Fed. Ex. T*i No Trade Needed $1.99 $2.08 $2.15 . $2.26 $2.37 $2.54 $2.69 $2.95 $3.05 $2.46 $2.62 $2.80 $3.01 $3.12 $3.27 •1971 Cadillac Design Sldewall 3 WAYS 10 PAY "Custom Power Cushion Polyglas" Save *10 to *18 on the same tires that come on mpny 71 cars. • the same tire that's been approved as standard or optional on many 1971 cars • wider and lower than comparable conventional size tires, it offers a broad footprint grip for a more stable ride and steady steering control • 2 polyester cord body plies and 2 tread-firming fiberglass cord belts • wide low "78" series sizes HURRY - OFFER ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT DELUXE BRAKE OVERHAUL INCLUDES NEW WHEELCYLINDERS Except disc brakes, foreign cars Master cyl., hoses, return springs extra IF NEEDED » 4 factory-new wheel cylinders, brake lines bled and flushed, filled with heavy-duty fluid. •" • Premium linings all 4 wheels, properly 'arced' to fit. Brake drums remachined, trued. Remove, clean, inspect, repack, adjust front wheel bearings and all 4 brakes. GET READY FOR TRAVEL AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! "SNAP BACK" PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL TUNE-UP NICUM MKMOT 6 cyl U.S. auto -. add Si <or 8 cyl. Iri'cludns new plugs, condenser, points $ BIG POWER "SPITFIRE" BATTERY /•>- Any U.S. car plus parts If needed Add $2 for air-cond. cars. ~^~ •V 12-Volt with etchinu - 9NF SF24, SF24F, SF29NF % ;>/>«• •; > f <**< -i r v fit I ,"?* •rl* 295-7281 ACROSS FROM THE ALGONA POST OFFICE ALGONA, IOWA (OPEN TUES. THRU SAT. - 8;00 AM. - StOO P.M. - MONDAYS -^00 A.M. - 9;00 P.M.)

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