Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1971 · Page 3
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((ills Mosquitoes And Flies... : ! •t . Celebration At LuVerne For Betterment LUVERNE - The town of Lu Verne is in the process of a fund raising celebration. A joint effort of the Commercial Club, Legion, Enterprises and other organizations will sponsor a celebration July 1718. to raise funds for community-betterment. Dau's Garage in Algona has donated a car which will be filled with groceries and merchandise and will be given away on Saturday, July 17 at 1 LuVerne to some lucky person. Othter events at this celebration are still in the planning stages at this writing. - o - Mrs. Lucille ' Steil and Mrs. Mabel Holmes were Saturday overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Steil's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steil and daughter of Lime Springs. PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor.Fitch liuiiuuiuiiiiiiinuiiiiiiyiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiin Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Effie Teeter, Elaine Teeter and Gladys Christensen, drove to Nevada, la., last week where they attended the funeral of 73-year- old Fred Peterson, a cousin of Edmund, Effie and Elaine. He died of a ruptured gall-bladder after a short illness. Sandy Richardson and Doreen Thilges of Algona were Tuesday evening visitors in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend, Francis,. Linda and Paulette were Sunday dinner guests in the Mike Arend home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buffington of rural Titonka were Tuesday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. Mrs. Duane Mogler, Dawn and David and Mrs. Roger Thorsh- bakken of Emmetsburg, Mrs. John Farrington and Mrs. Anna Fosnaugh of Clarion, Mrs. Jess Harms,' Mrs. Leroy Davis and Roxanne of Burt dropped in on Mrs. Harris Harms last Thursday to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms, Michelle and Misty and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shipler and Denise picnicked at Crystal Lake Sunday. Linda Arend spent a few days with her sister Mrs. Gary Almelien, the former Paulette Arend at Buffalo Center. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns, Debra and Mike of Tarkio, Mo., and Mrs. Robert Collett, Robert, Camille, John, Chester and Mac of Englewood, Colo., spent the weekend in the Ray McWhorter and Frank Becker homes and attended the wedding of Colleen Kruse and Mark Mawdsley and also spent Fathers Day here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jameison of St. Louis, Mo., were overnight guests and visitors in the Ray McWhorter home Monday night. Mr. Jameison is a cousin of Ray's, was raised on the old Jameison farm in Portland, once occupied and farmed by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, and went to school to Ray McWhorter. Also a weekend visitor in the Frank Becker home was Geanie Jones of Des Moines, a friend of Linda Becker. Mrs. Robert Collett, Camille, John, Chester and Mac left Sunday for their home in Englewood, Colo. Robert Collett stay- I Notes Of IServicemen! Duane Gruver (above), Jim Pergande, Bob Lemkee and Mel Sifert have been spraying mosquitoes and flies with a state- approved substance in Algona and at Call State Park. The spray doesn't kill the insects instantly. "It takes about 24 hours," Sifert said. The spray is not harmful to humans or to vegetables, he said. A rainfall could nullify the effects of spraying which immediately precedes it. and family and Ray McWhorter were dinner guests in the Frank Becker home Father's Day. A coffee was held Thursday, June 17, in the Duane Mawdsley home in honor of Mrs. Beulah Black. Mr. and Mrs. Black are here from Norman, Okla., to visit for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and family spent Father's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hauck of Livermore. Yerdelle Janes Of Britt Weds Larry Heyer Verdelle Lynn Janes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Janes of Britt, and Larry Wayne Heyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Heyer, Buffalo Center, were married Saturday, June 12, in the Britt Christian Reformed Church. The Rev. Ronald Lammers performed the double ring ceremony at seven-thirty in the evening. Marjoirie Miller of Britt played the wedding music and the guests were seated by Henry Ullmann of Titonka and Dick Leerar, Britt. The candles were lighted prior to the ceremony by the ushers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Marlene Janes, as maid of honor. Bruce Heyer of Buffalo Center served his brother as best man. The reception was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ullmann of Buffalo Center as host and hostess. Following a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells the bridal couple will be at home in Britt where he is employed at the We 3 Market. The bride graduated from Britt Community High School and Mankato Commercial College. Her husband is a graduate of the Buffalo Center High School. Utility Drawings By Dick Norton Are Selected Richard p. Norton of Algona has been notified by the Graphic- Standard Instruments Company of Detroit, Michigan, that copies of his Trimetric drawings made for the Algona Municipal Utilities will be included in the new booklet being printed for Graphic- Standard, a drafting instruments company. The drawings, finished on Cronapaque film, cover approximately 10 square miles of Algona' s water system and electrical facilities. This is the second year Mr. Norton has been represented in the company's annual drafting booklet, 35th Wedding Anniversary For Lone Rock Pastor The Rev. and Mrs. Albert C. Bullock of Lone R6ck will be- honored by their children for their 35th wedding anniversary On Leave Jerome H. Zeimet is home on a 14-day leave from San Diego, Calif. He will report aboard the Guided Missile Frigate, U.S.S. . Leahy, at Norfolk, Va., following his leave. A 1970 graduate of Garrigan High School, Jerome is the son of Raymond P. Zeimet of Bode. He enlisted in the navy on March 15. U.S. ARMY, VIETNAM - Army Captain John M. Kain, 26, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kain, Route 2, Algona, recently received the Distinguished Flying <?ross in Vietnam. * He earned the award for extraordinary achievement in action while engaged in aerial flight in connection with military operations against a hostile force in Vietnam. Congress established the medal, in 1926 after warfare in the air was proven to be a reliable tactic in World War I. Capt. Kain received the award while assigned as executive officer of Company B, 158th Aviation Battalion, 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile). His wife, Charlene, lives at 1427 6th St., Brookings, S. D. SAN DIEGO - Marine Pvt. Dale E. Mittlieder, son of Mrs. Frank Mittlieder, Algona, was graduated from basic training at the Marine' corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. •SANTA ANA, CALIF. -Marine Cpl. John S. Thilges, son of Melvin Thilges, Algona, has reported for duty at Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, Santa Ana, Calif. ed and accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns, Debra and Mike to their home in Tarkio, Mo., leaving Tuesday morning. A shower was held June 11 in the home of Mrs. Duane Maw- • dsley in honor of Colleen Kruse and Mark Mawdsley. Hostesses were Mark's aunts, Viola Becker, Virginia Becker, Rachel Schnakenberg, Deloris Mawdsley and Marjorie Mawdsley. About 40 relatives attended, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley was assistant hostess for the Plum Creek Homemaker's Club which met June 23 in the home of Mrs. Everett Broesder. Twenty-three members attended. Program, a demonstration by Glen Johnson ofUhe Johnson's Flower shop on flower arrangement. Nancy and -Janet Becker are spending several days at Carroll where Nancy has taught and will teach again next year. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns and family, Mrs. Robert Collett Sandra Elbert Gets Nursing Cap June 20 SANDRA ELBERT-, Graduation exercises for Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Omaha, Neb., were held on Sunday, June 20, in the Boys Town Music Hall at 2 p.m. Dr. William V. Tucker, Academic Dean of Briar Cliff College, Sioux city, was commencement speaker. Sandra Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Elbert of Rodman, was a member of the class. Sandra graduated from Garrigan High School in 1968. Kossuth County Advance — 3 Monday, June 28, 1971 and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bullock of Ackley. Confirmation At LuVerne with an Open House at the Presbyterian Manse on Sunday, July 4, from 2 to 5 p.m. Friends and The Youth Class was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church, LuVerne, on Pentecost Sunday morning, M»y 30, 1971. Front row: Wayne Curry, Vicki Gronbach, Becky Hefty, Terry Hlnz, and Allan Voss. Back row: Kerry Stripling, Kirk Nielsen, Pastor R. T. Mueller, Ellis Hinz, and John Krause. relatives are cordially invited to attend. Their children who are host- ing the courtesy are: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jaco of Council Bluffs MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst spent the weekend at Crystal Lake in their camper and on Sunday a Furst family reunion was held. The 61 who attended were from Sioux Falls, S. D.j Miller, S. D.; Elmore, Buffalo Center, Lakota, Algona, Clear Lake, Britt, Thompson, Hanlontown, Humboldt and Carpenter. MR. AND MRS. Greg Snere are moving to Omaha, Nebr. after the July 4 holiday where Mr. Snere has accepted a position as assistant manager at the Florsheim Shoe store located in the Westroads Shopping Center in Omaha. He is a recent graduate of J<Q University of Northern ifiwji, cedar Falls, where he ii-j'-ud in business admini- i. Mrs. Snere is the r Kristy Kent. i Inventory Sample Clearance Ends Saturday - Further Reductions Have Been Made - Tremendous Savings THROUGHOUT THE STORE One Only — Spanish, Olive Pattern PILLOW-BACK SOFA Flexsteel Quality, Reg. $469.95 Now 299.90 One Only - 104" Floral FOUR-CUSHION SOFA Reg. $499.95, Flexsteel Quality, Pillow Back Now 299.90 Traditional FLORAL SOFA Nylon-Castered Base, 3-Cushion Flexsteel, Reg. $379.95 Now '199.90 Flexsteel TRADITIONAL SOFA Copper-Olive Color, 3-Cushion Length, Reg. $369.95 Now '249.90 Flexsteel Nylon PILLOW BACK SOFA Blue-Green Nylon, Reg. $449.95 Now '249.90 One Only — Flexsteel Nylon MODERN SOFA 3-Cushion Style, Reg. $299.95 Now 199.90 Fruitwood French PROVINCIAL SOFA Green Print, From One of Our Finest Reg. $449.95 Now '199.90 One Only — 5-Pcs. Chromecraft DINETTE SET 48" Round Table with Leaf, 4 Chairs, Chrome and Black. Reg. $287. Now '169.90 ONE GROUP OF TABLE LAMPS All Styles, Values at $44.95 - $54.95 - $59.95 Your Choia 29.90 One Only - Black-Gold-White PILLOW SOFA Flexsteel 3-Cushion Length, Herculon Cover, Top Family Room Fabric. Reg. 499.95 Now '299.90 Velvet FLORAL SOFA Gold, Extra Long, Reg. $599.95 Now '349.90 Modern Contemporary Style FLEXSTEEL EXTRA LONG SOFA Blue-Olive-Tweed Nylon. Reg. $399.95 Now 249.90 Three Only RECLINER ROCKERS OR RECLINER LOUNGE CHAIRS Values $169.95 to $219.95 Your Choice '99.90 15 LOUNGE CHAIRS All Styles, Flexsteel, Pontiac, Modern Upholstery Co., Paoli Chair Co. Top Quality and Fabrics. Chairs Priced from $139.95 to $199,95 Your Choice 89.90 each FURNITURE and iWATSON INTERIORS Phone 295-2216 N, Phillips Strut Algona

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