Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 11
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D. Kitzinger Of Tifonka Gets Degree Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Kitzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kitzinger and Mr. and Mrs. R.L, Krantz attended commencement exercises at Mankato State College Friday afternoon. At the commencement, David Kitzinger, majoring In business administration, was awarded a bachelor of science degree In the sclfool of business and graduated with cum laude honors. A reception honoring the graduates and guests was held following the exercises In the ballroom of the Centennial Student Union. David is employed by the Mankato Citizens Telephone Co. - o - BUFFALO BOOSTERS The Buffalo Boosters met for their regular monthly meeting Saturday afternoon in the Lester Eden home. Roll call was THIS IS THE WAY "OUT MOWER PBICBD FROM $379.00 IT "OUT" CUTS ANY MOWER THERE IS IT "OUT" CLIMBS ANY MOWER THERE IS IT "OUT" LASTS ANY MOWER THERE IS IT "OUT" SELLS ANY MOWER THERE IS 'ftti**) fjn.*- . j,v* -• ,_••' ,.,- i .. •, . •>...,...-),,. DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT. TRY IT "OUT" FREE ON YOUR LAWN CHUCK BEHR TRAILER SALES INC. HWY. 18 WEST ALGONA, IOWA answered by naming a cut of meat. Seven members, two leaders and one mother were present. Thea Dunmire led the pledge of allegiance, and the 4-H pledge was led by Lois Bentley. /Rachel Eden reported on the intermediate camp meeting held at pkoboji. The girls looked over the fair list and spent considerable time on it. Rachel Eden was selected the candidate for Queen for Fun Night which will be held June 25. Talks were given by Lois Beal and Thea Dunmire; demonstrations by Linda Beal and Marlys Eden. Lois Beal also gave a demonstration on how to cook eggs. The leaders made jelly. Mabel Dunmire was the guest speaker and spoke to the girls about the T.O.p.s. Club on proper dieting and weight control. For group activity, the girls prepared a hot dish called "Beef, Corn, Dandy." The hot dish was eaten for lunch and Thea Dunmire, the hostess, furnished the salad. - o FAMILY REUNION The Schutjer family reunion was* held Sunday at the Evert Jansen home at Humboldt. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Don Schutjer, Gorin, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenketter, Quincy, m.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schutjer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Walrod, all of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nelson and David, Jeffersonville, Ind.jMr.andMrs. Gerald Loehr, Clyde and Carla, Moorland; and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schutjer and family, Woden. - o- GUILD TO MEET The Guild of the Ramsey Reformed Church will meet Thursday, June 24. The executive meeting will be held at 1 p.m., and the guild at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Stephen Tjaden, Mrs. Donald Tapper and Mrs. Harm Kettwich will give the lesson. Hostesses are Mesdames Roger Rip^entrop, Elmer Ricks, For- resi McGregor, Ubbe Meyer and Misses Tena Beenken and Katherine Everding. - o- SENIOR CITIZENS The Senior Citizens card party will be held Wednesday, June 23, at 8 p.m. in the Center. Hostesses are Mrs. Stanley Harris arid" Mrs. Etta Reibsameh.'""'"""" -o- Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger, Mrs. Bruce Kitzinger and Mrs. Noel Krantz attended a bridal shower honoring Mrs. Roger Krantz Sunday at the Baptist Church in Swea City. Bill Mayland submitted to surgery Wednesday at Rochester, Minn, cards and letters will reach him at the Methodist Hos- pital there. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman and Joyce were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evans, Buffalo Center. Bill Hamilton and David went to Woodward and spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Habilton. His father had just returned home from a month's stay in the hospital. A surprise birthday picnic dinner was held at the John Asche farm In honor of Mrs. Morris Givens on her birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mabus, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer paulsen, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. carol Asche, Jill and Steven, Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens, Mr. and Mrs. Jae Givens, Melanie and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke and Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen. Visitors the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson were- his father, Soren Nelson, who is 94, and his sisters, Dr. and Mrs. G.B. Smith, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Don Grady, Waldport, Ore. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Rayman and daughter, Austin, Minn., were Saturday visitors of Mrs. Emma Callies. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huber were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Huber, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kellie, Joyce and Mike, Bozeman, Mont., arrived Monday evening for a visit with relatives and friends and are staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich. Mrs. Jessie Hubbert, Bozeman, Mont., accompanied the Kellie family to Iowa and will visit relatives and friends and stay in the home of Mrs. Lena Schutter. Sherry post visited her sister, Darlene Post, at Valley City, N.D., for several days recently. Sunday picnic dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isebrand were Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isebrand and Patty, Rodney Isebrand and Linda Gingrich. Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson attended the Hanson family reunion at Randall, la. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hanson and family were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Brue and family, Buffalo Center, were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tjarks. Mrs. Jim Brauhn, Marc and Steven, Columbia, Mo., arrived Sunday for a two weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richter, and with Mr. Brauhn's mother in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nelson and David, Jeffersonville, Ind., spent the past week visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Viona Wel- housen were Mr. and Mrs. Evert Post and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Maass and family, Lakota. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Welhousen and Debbie Sachau. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Post. All helped Beverly celebrate her birthday. Mrs. John Slme and boys, Lake Mills, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Boyken, while Rev. Sime is attending a pastoral convention at Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Isebrand and family, inver Grove Heights, Minn., were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isebrand. Francis Lieb To Be Ordained At Lotts Creek °* St. Charles, Minn. Mr. Lleb began his schooling at itnmanuel Lutheran school '« Lotts Creek and was a 1963 ST 6 . ° f Sentral High school at Fenton. He began ^•ministerial study at Con- jordta college, St. Paul, Minn. and completed his Bachelor of Arts program at Concordia Sen- ° r eats vour h n is growing interest in the electric heat pump—and for a good reason. The heat pump is a remarkable device that uses about one half as much electricity to heat your home as a conventional electric heating system. So, an electric heat pump can mean substantial savings on your winter heating bills. The operating costs for summer cooling are about the same as with a conventional central air conditioning system. During summer a heat pump works like a regular air conditioner. A blower pulls hot air from the house and passes it through a filter to remove dust and dirt. The air then flows across a cooling coil to cool and de-humidify the air.'lt then moves through ducts to all rooms in your home. During wirlier months this cycle is reversed. Heat is removed from outdoors and pumped inside to heat the house. This is the feature that surprises most people, until they realize that there is always some heat in winter air. (Scientists call the point where no heat exists "absolute zero". Above this point—459° below 0" Fahrenheit—there is heat In the air). For the heating cycle, the heat pump does an unusually efficient job. The only electricity it uses is to run the fan and the compressor. This is why heating costs are dramatically lower. Original installation costs for a heat pump are usually slightly more than for separate heating and central air conditioning systems. But depending on your Installation, costs may be about the same—or even less than for separate systems. A properly engineered heat pump, large enough to do the job, will mean savings to you In the long-run. Algona Municipal Utilities » . he enrolled at Concor- a seminary, St. Louis, Mo. During the 1969. 70 academic year, Lleb served a year of theological internship at calvary Lutheran church, Kansas City, Mo. livermore Couple To California With Daughter LIVERMORE - Mrs. Harold Gronbach and Cindy accompanied their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy sharp and two children of St. Paul to California to visit a sister of Mrs. Gronbach. - o - FRANCE M. LIEB Francis M. Lieb of Algona has received a call to be the pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church at Wentzville, Mo. One of a class of 162 who graduated from Concordia Seminary at St. Louis, Mo. on May 28, 1971, Lieb will be ordained at the Immanuel Lu- ' theran church, Lotts Creek, on June 27 at 2;00 p.m. He will be installed at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Wentzville, Mo. on July 18 at 2:30 p.m. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb of rural Algona, Francis holds a degree of Master of Divinity. He is married to the former Kay M. Kranr Ruth Olson who has been visiting her sister and family, the Vern Slttigs at Chula Vista, Calif, the past few months has returned home. Steve Bergum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bergum has been .chosen as third baseman on the NAIA all district 15 college baseball team. He is a junior letterman at third base for Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Rash and family of Columbia, Mo., have been visiting at the home of her parents the Don Clarks for the past 10 days. Mr. Rash has been working on the apollo staff at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet and all their family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zeimet attended the graduation of their son Richard at the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo., on June 9th. He received a commission as an Air Force officer and has been selected for navigator training at Mather AFB, Calif. He returned home with his folks for a few days leave, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz and their two grandchildren Mark and Shelly Schultz of Des Moines spent last weekattheErnleLogue cabin at Pine River, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Logue have gone up to spend the summer at their cabin. Mrs. Norman Scott has returned home from Denver where she visited in the homes of her son and daughter, Enroute home by bus she was an overnight visitor In the home of another son, the Gordon Scotts at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. DeVern Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White, Mrs. Jerry McCollough and Mrs. Sal Odenbrett of Humboldt attended the funeral services of Edward Reimers, 62 at the Methodist Church in Fenton on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Reimers is the former Lorene Holmes, sister of Deverne Holmes and niece of Bob White. Mr. Reimers died very suddenly of a heart attack while out in the yard at his home in Fenton. His sister and husband of Phoenix, Ariz, had just arrived about a half hour previously. Mrs. Raymond Wolf of Bancroft visited a few days last week with Mrs. Molly Foth. Mrs. Foth and Mrs. Wolf are sisters. Chris and Mike Rosenau have purchased the former Ruby Holmes residence. No definite plans have been made for the house outside of using it as a sort of club house and for their athletic equipment for the present. It is located next door to the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosenau. Denftis Lamb was one of 22 Messenger carries who won a free trip to Chicago last week. They left from Ft. Dodge by bus early Wednesday morning and returned Friday night. Mrs. Delores Carter and son Bruce of Lisbon, N. D., were visitors in the Marvin Lamb home for a couple of days last week. They came to see Mrs. Carter's brother, Mr. Lamb, who is a resident at the Health Center in Humboldt. Wesley Girl Renews Vows CEDAR RAPIDS - Sister Victoria Ann Arndorfer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer, Wesley, made a three-year renewal of yows in the Congregation of the sisters of Mercy in a ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 19, at Sacred JHeart Convent, Cedar Rapids, &., the Motherhouse of the Cedar Rapids Sisters of Mercy. The Rev. Richard Ament, associate pastor of ST. Jude's of Cedar Rapids, officiated at the ceremony. A reception for relatives and KcMuth County Advent. - 11 Mendoy, June 21, 1971 guests was held after the ceremony. 'Wft" knottttw DIAMOND'S Wolverine Boot Headquarters For Northwest Iowa. For Convenience. For Lux| ufy Accommodations. For Friendliness, For Budget Rules, For Resort-like Atmosphere. Easily Accessible to all Highways^ ' '10 Mi UmNtlMwd IWniii ml Mr Mm tank* EXCELLENT FOOD • Hollduy Coffee Shop I and Dining Room OpenfiM) A.M. to KHX) P.M J Coekiuils Iglngle Roonu^iso to $15.* |t)bl. 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