Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1971 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 28, 1971
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^^^•^••B Algona Siren Interpretation TORNADO (steady blast) FIRE (wavering blast) NUCLEAR ATTACK (peaking blast) Titonkans Travel During First Week Of Summer TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Rov Walrod spent Father's Day in Min- 2$ Wa,S "* *»*'• Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Heifner, Mrs. Galena Zwiefel, Mrs. Amos Krominga, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Krominga, Mr. and Mrs. - CHEERLEADING CLINIC Carol and Arlys Christensen, Carol Boekelman, Judy smith and Beverly Beenken, all cheerleaders from the Titonka School, were taken by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tague to Maryville, Mo., Alvin Hopkes"and~gTr'l s ;MY"a7d' X TV"* ** girls are Mrs. Neal Michaefsen/M^.' 3 ^f*^^ are visiting friends in the area while the girls are at the clinic. - o - MA TO CALL FOR THE BEST BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE ALFRED "BUCK"BUCKNER 295-5556 STATE FARM Insurance Companies Home Offices! Bloomlngton, Illinois | \ormal • * ,) Newest styles for any J formal dress occasion. T Fast and accurate service. | DIAMOND'S Algona t ** whoknow MINNEAPOLIS '.' know the .MOTOR HOTEL 1 ' I— L i — i |_ For Convenience, For Lux ury Accommodations, For Friendliness, For Budget Rates, For Resort-like Atmosphere. Easily Accessible to all Highways; • tOO Alt Conditioned Roomi end Suite* • HMIM) Kim-Sin Swimming Pool • Conplfti Hotel Servicei • 24-houi Switchboard •Color TV • biy Sitter Sonic* • Puking in Fiont of Your Room EXCELLENT FUOD Holiday Coffee -Shop and Dininu Room Open (>:(«! A.M. to KHX) I'.M. Cocktails tingle Hoomiji3.50 to .... 5b". Rooms. e>16.80 to |»9 children Under 12 Free '. in same room wilh udulis FOR RESERVATIONS ! , . PHOM 612-688-4665 HOLIDAY MtfTOR HOTEL 1 JCT. HIGHWAYS 100 and 66 WEST MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 66422 Neal Michaelsen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heifner and girls all of the Titonka area, attended the Heifner family reunion held at the Alexander Ramsey Parkin Redwood Falls, Minn., on Sunday. There were 72 in attendance. - o - CALLIES ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house reception at the United Methodist Church fellowship hall in Titonka, hosted by their children, (Shirley) Mr. and Mrs. William Amesbury, Titonka; (Sharon) Dr. and Mrs. James Engel, Columbus, Ohio; (Carol) Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burchett, Lincoln, Nebr.; (Darlene) Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lust, Anchorage, Alaska and their nine grandchildren. One hundred fifty guests were registered in the guest book with Joanne Engel and Shelly Amesbury in charge. Janet Engel and calise Burchett served the punch. Rev. Paul Hansen gave a few remarks during the afternoon. Refreshments were served before a tea table decorated with a floral arrangement in pink and red. Mrs. Hazel Stott and Mrs. Cleo Nelson, poured coffee. Kitchen hostesses Were the June Circle of which Mrs. Callies is a member. Out of town guests were from Hills, St. Paul and Mankato, Minn.; Fairborn and Columbus, Ohio; Anchorage, Alaska; Lincoln, Nebr.; Rock Valley, Clear Lake, Fenton, Wesley, Britt, Algona, Forest City, Greene, Indianola, Humboldt, Clarion, Woden, Iowa city, Pella, Latimer in Iowa'. - o - FAMILY PICNIC Sunday a family picnic was held at the shelter house in Buffalo Center. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwich, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade, Cindy and Maria, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ? Baade, Jerry and Randy, Lee" * Beenken'all of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kellie, Joyce and Mike, Bozeman, Mont., Mrs. Jessie Hubbert, Bozeman, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meinders, Donna, Shirley, Dennis and Larry, LeRoy Hinz, Wendell Harms, all of Buffalo Center. In the afternoon to join them were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ites, Larry and Ricky, Mankato, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meyer, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop, Darrel and David Beenken, all of Titonka. - o - SEEGEBARTH ANNIVERSARY Friday evening a picnic supper was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth at Lone Rock to honor Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelson of Titonka on their 30th wedding anniversary and Rev. and Mrs. Alton Schwandt of Beatrice, Nebr., on their 20th wedding anniversary. Guests besides the honorees were Mrs. Anna Alke, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. George Alke, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker and family, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Alke and family, Osage; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig and family, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michaelsen and family, Whittemore; Darwin Michaelsen, Titonka, Sheila Eggerth, SweaCity. - o- PICNIC Tuesday evening a picnic was enjoyed at the Crystal Lake Park by a neighborhood ladies birthday club and their families. Those attending were Mrs. Etta Reib- samen, Mrs. Mary Schroeder, Mrs. Laura Eden and Diana Haverly, Mr. Erwin Eden, Mrs. James Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden, Marlys and Rachel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire and Thea, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wai- rod, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leeck and Chuck. Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homti" LUVERNE 'WESLEY * TITONM ' CORWITH * RENWICK ARKANSAS VACATION Mr, and Mrs. Donald Budlong and family returned Saturday evening from a week's vacation at Bull shoals Lake in Arkansas. While there they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bruns and family, who moved near there this spring after having lived in Omaha for many years. - o - - TO EUROPE Joan Cosgrove, Mankato, visited the past two weeks in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cosgrove. Tuesday her parents took her to Minneapolis where she departed for an eight-week sightseeing trip to Europe. - o - BIBLE CAMP Connie Heyer, Bonna Rae Tapper and Cindy Baade attended the Reformed church Bible Camp the past week held at Pine Lake near Eldora. Rev. John Janssen was also there for a week as a counselor. - o- FISHING TRIP Rolland Fox and Douglas, Bud Meier and Marc left Thursday for a ten-day fishing trip to Cranberry Portage, Manitoba, Canada. They were joined there with twelve other fishermen from North Dakota. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutjer, Moline, m., visited relatives in the area on Wednesday. They had been vacationing in California and were enroute home. Weekend visitors in the Carl Callies and BUI Amesbury homes were Dr. and Mrs. James Engel and girls, Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burchett and Lisa, -Lincoln, Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. "Dean Lust' and family, Anchorage, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burchett, Mr. and Mrs. Don McClymond, all of Indianola. All came to attend the 40th weddding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies on Sunday. Friday evening Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Isebrand and girls, Iowa City, were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Semis Isebrand. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove, Sr. in honor of Father's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kiburz and girls, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester VanHove and family, Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence VanHove and family, Kiester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Teddy VanHove and family, Leland; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stenzel and family, Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Bob H. Spear and family, judy Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. James VanHove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Van Hove and family, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Keith VanHove and family, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert VanHove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove were Sunday supper guests in the Ronald Folkerts home in honor of Father's Day. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heyer entertained relatives to a barbque supper at their home in observance of Father's Day. Guests were Ted Aukes, Mrs. Betty Heyer and family, all of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aukes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Aukes and family, all of Elmore and Joleen Sleper. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Akkerman visited Friday evening in the Chris Charlson home at Leland. Mr. and Mrs. carl Toggweil- er, Miami, Fla., arrived Sunday evening to spend a couple weeks visiting in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Budlong. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kellie, Joyce and Mike, Bozeman, Mont., were Monday dinner guests in the Alfred Baade home. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Nelson and daughters, Belmont, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Noel Nelson and family, Twin Bridges, Mont., came Saturday to visit in the William Peterson, Gary Hoover and Sophus Nelson homes, and other relatives and friends in the area. Mrs. Jessie Hubbert, Bozeman, Mont., was a Saturday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand. Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner, Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Diane Underwood were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gartner. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoover entertained at a picnic supper Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Nelson and daughters, Belmont, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Noel Nelson and family, Twin Bridges, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Keith VanHove and family, Cedar Falls, were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry VanHove. Janice Roeber Capped At Minneapolis Janice Roeber,'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Whittemore, was among the 69 nursing students taking part in the graduation exercises for Northwestern Hospital School of Nursing Friday evening, June 18 at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis. She received two scholarships during her three years of training and will work as a registered nurse at the Veterans' Hospital in Minneapolis. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, Charles and Carol, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roeber, Dave and Lana, Mrs. Ella Maahs and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber, Whittemore; Mrs. Evelyn Behlmer, Diane Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roeber and family and Norm Roeber, Minneapolis; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ttkens, Sterling, m. A reception was held at the Dennis Roeber home after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Nelson attended the Nelson family reunion held Sunday at Nevada, la. Mr. and Mrs. Ted VanHove, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Klburz and girls, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob H. Spear and family, Mr. and Mrs. James VanHove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin VanHove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sten- CURT PAUL-ONE OF THE FRIENDLY FOLKS AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK CAN HELP YOU FINANCE YOUR NEXT AUTO. LINDSAY SALT rMMCNMCNM WMU MTTIHin call your IINIIIIAY dealer Fill SALT DELIVERY FOH ANY MAKE WATER SOFTENER. AUOONA DELIVERY DAILY. RURAL DELIVERY WEEKLY. CALL 295-3755 ..... LINDSAY SOFT WATER .520 SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. ALOONA/ IOWA Something is NEW for YOU at HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS OF ALGONA A DEPOSIT OF JUST ISO OETS VOU STARTED ON THIS EXCITING WEAR-EVER CERAMA COOKWARE OFFER! DINtIT SM AND IUY THl COMPUTE 11- NICE in Mil ONLY WMI (Tu Includid). ConipMt MU In matching color only, IUYONI...IUYAU... AT TiiRine With every }50 deposited, you can buy one of thet* beautiful ceramic-coated pieces with diihwasher-ufe Teflon II inttriwi. Savt (torn 37% to 55% of the suueiled retail price. Choow from 3 lively "in" colon ind mix or match to your taste. Beige-colored bottoms Insure color compatibility with any kitchen, (A) 1V4 at CM*) sauce hi> (I) 1 Qt Cawrtd ttuci Pen (0 MM*. CMMO riy hn (M IM«fe CM* fry ftn in t OL fiMMBtJ C^MMMtC 4 MM* MM* V) I Ot COM* Mch 0*n (0) CMVMi M (U itaeu . Mum HUM Con* litter lemon, MM Lint. Current yields on savings certificates 5* 5** • R ,f±«s^,iv, •« • i^ifvaissii. 1 )""" 1 .8* 6* nn t - Month Orudc-U' (| 1.000 Minimum) un 'J • Yc«r Cirtlfitaii flivi U 10.000 Minimum) HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AIGOHA, IOWA zel and family, Buffalo Center, enjoyed a picnic supper together at crystal Lake on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graham and girls were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Lillian Graham. Gloria Graham was an overnight guest of her grandmother. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand in observance of Father's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Isebrand and Jolene, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isebrand, Mr. and Mrs. David Isebrand, Mankato, Minn., Mr. E. L. Gross, Nevis, Minn., and Herbert Isebrand. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lust and family, Shelly Amesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies went to spend the past week at the Callies cottage at Upper Hay Lake near Jenkins, Minn. The Lust family left to return to Anchorage, Alaska, at the end of the week. George Schuster, Mark and Terry, Donald Gerdis, David and Tim, Scott Smidt went to Bloomington, Minn., on Monday evening and attended the Twins ball game. Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster and family visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hellwinckel at Fulda, Minn., on Sunday in observance of Father's Day. Cindy Schmidt flew from the Minneapolis airport and returned home last Saturday evening from Long Beach, calif., where she spent two weeks visiting with her sister, Joan. While there they went sightseeing to Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, Busch Gardens, Lion Country Safari, Universal Studios and Solvang. Mr. and Mrs. Senus Isebrand, Mrs. E. L. Gross, Nevis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isebrand visited residents at the Britt Nursing Home Sunday evening. Mrs. Grace Isebrand and Mrs. Viola Spear visited Sunday with Mrs. Delia Henken and Mrs. Katie Helland at Crystal Lake. Kossuth County A«lv0ne« - 7 Monday, June 28, 1971 WIRING ConiwcUd or Corr*ct«t I ITT " JI U I I EL Phon. 295-2293 AUTO SERVICE Steering stubborn? Then steer here! When steering gefs difficult, it may be a sign car wheels are out of balance and alignment. We'll put them right. VIKING OIL r CO. NO. MAIN ST. AlOONA, IA. NINGIIUIDE Eat Out Often In ALGONA THE JOHNSON HOUSE ON SO. PHILLIPS SMORGASBORD Sunday Noon tjnd Friday Night PftlVATf DINING ROOMS SEPARATE COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^s^^MBBBBBI CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SO. ON 169 DINING ROOM OPEN 3:30 - 11:30 P.M. COCKTAILS LIVE ENTERTAINMENT PRIVATE DINING ROOM T«l«, 295-9152 LUDWIG'S CAFE DOWNTOWN ALGONA BREAKFAST & NOON *• SPECIALS * Optn 6 A.M. - 8 P.M. Weekday* Cloted Sunday* VAN'S CAFE JCT. HIWAYS 18-169 OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SUNDAYS CLOSED TUESDAYS PRIVATE DINING ROOM COCKTAILS SHOP LU VERNE you'll find the friendly merchants of Lu Verne ready and waiting to 'serve your every need . . . they are your friends and neighbors ... who help pay'taxes in LuVerne to make it a better town to raise a family. Support your LuVerne merchants - they are always interested in waking a better town to live in. IF YOU NEED LUMBER, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,,FEED, FERTILIZER, FUEL, GAS OR MANY OTHER THINGS - BUY IT IN LUVERNE, WHERE YOUR BUS,'. NESS IS APPRECIATED. THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE PUBLIC SPIRITED LUVERHE MERCHANTS COfiNEI STORE MUFF'S CAFE UWSON NAUVAIE PATTERSON ELECTRIC lyVERNE INSURANCE ASENCY ZENTNER LIVESTOCK VILLA6E PUMP LUVERNE CROP SERVICE BLAKE FUNERAL HONES LUVERNE RUILOINfi CO. LUVERNE CABLE TV PATTERSON BROS. STATE BANK

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