Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1971 · Page 2
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Woman Irene Bjustrom is another of Algona's busy housewives. When she and her husband, Quinten, retired from active farming two years ago and moved into their newly remodeled and redecorated home at 322 West Nebraska Street, she did not stop doing all the things she enjoys most. Instead, it gave her a little more free time to actively participate. Born at Fairfield, Iowa, she came to Algona with her parents as a child. A graduate of the Algona High School at the age of 17, Irene had taken Normal Training in school, but could not receive her teaching certificate until she was 18. It was on the sixth day of January the next year that Miss Irene Mitchell became the new teacher at the Delos Gardner school which was located 4 1/2 miles west of the present Smith Lake. She had 12 pupils, with all but two of the grades represented and received $75 a month. Her salary reached $85 a month during the four years she taught here, including the year after she and Quinten were married. Years later when the country schools were sold, hers went to the Charles Scotts of Hurt who made it into their home and it still stands there. The Bjustrom s started their married life on the William Nelson farm which was located west of the Civic Center and lived there for five years. Those were the days of the,depression and cash rent, but with the prevailing drought, they had difficulty in raising enough crops to get the $150 in cash to pay their rent. The sows were sold for $6 a head and corn for 8£ a bushel. At these prices, the money doesn't count up very rapidly. From here they moved to the Dau farm north of Algona on Highway 169 and lived there for 15 years. After that they moved a short way north on the farm from which they retired 17 years later. Irene and her husband have two daughters and she thoroughly enjoys sewing for their five grandchildren. She has been a 4-H leader, Sunday school teacher and was a member of the Good Hope United Methodist Church choir until 1963. She is president of the Womens Society and financial secretary of the church, as well as an active member of the Order of Eastern Star. She has crocheted ponchos from yarn for the .little girls and even accomplished the crocheted vests for them. Her most recent hobby is playing the Hammond Organ, a pastime she finds most relaxing. It really makes no difference what job is at hand, this lady just "rolls up her sleeves" and gets it done. OATMEAL COOKIES 1 c. brown sugar 1 c. white sugar 2 eggs 1 c. shortening 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla Beat all together. Add 2 1/2 cups Hour, 1 tsp. baking powder, 1 tsp. soda sifted together. Add 4 cups oatmeal, 1 cup coconut, 1 cup chocolate chips. Drop by spoonsfull on cookie sheet and bake at 375 to golden brown. EASY DESSERT Pour 1 large (#2 1/2) can sliced peaches, juice and all, in a 9 X 13 greased pan. Sprinkle over top, a box of Caramel or Butter Brickie cake mix. Melt 1 stick oleo, drizzle over top of cake mix. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Serve with ice cream or whipped cream, you may add 1/2 cup nuts over top before If your family is small, this may be made in two 9 inch cake pans and freeze one for future use. Other fruits may be used in place of the peaches. ICED TEA Dissolve instant tea, enough for 2 quarts, as directed on tea jar, using 1/2 cup hot water to dissolve it. Add 1 can frozen lemonade. Finish filling container with cold water to make the 2 quarts. Place in refrigerator until cold. If you desire to use the tea sooner, you can use part ice cubes. This is nice to keep in the refrigerator these hot days. HOT WEATHER SALAD Cook 1 cup rice until tender. Drain .and cool. Cook until thick: 3 whrfe eggs - beaten, 3/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup flour, 1/2 tsp. salt and 2 cups pineapple juice. Cool. Whip 2 packages of Dream Whip but do not sweeten. Mix rice and cooked mixture with Dream Whip. Fold -in -2- cups- miniature marshallows, 2 cups drained pineapple, 1 can drained and chopped mandarin oranges and chopped maraschino cherries. Place in refrigerator over night. Bancroft Girl To Marry Titonka Youth BANCROFT - Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Nelson of Bancroft announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy of Rochester, Minn., to Greg Michaelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen of Titonka. The bride-to-be is employed as purchasing secretary at IBM in Rochester. Her fiance is a Nutrena Feed Dealer in Titonka. An Aug. 21 wedding is planned. tttttf&ffffMX*^^ LADIES GOLF The event for ladies golf at the Algona Country Club last week was low putts on odd holes with Dottie Greenberg and Bev Manske on the committee. Winners were: Class A - Lorain Smith and Dee Erickson; Class B - Erma Dee Cook; Class C- Mary Lippincott; Class D-Ginny Buchanan and Kris Peterson. Nine towns have registered for district team play on the Algona golf course Wednesday, July 7. WHO'S WHO Karen Higley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Higley, Algona, was selected for membership in "Merits Who's Who Among American High School Students." Less than two percent of junior and senior class students from 23,000 public, private and parochial high schools across the country are 200 Attend The Loss 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 21, with an Open House reception in the Veterans Memorial Hall at Algona, hosted by their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann, Robert, Kathy and Casey. Two hundred guests were registered in the guest book with Sharon Reilly in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden served as host and hostess for the afternoon. Refreshments were served from a red and white tea table decorated with red carnations and white poms. Mrs. Alfred Dvorak, Mrs. Helen Olson, Mrs. Jolene Huston and Rosella Voigt served coffee and the Anniversary cake and ice cream were served by Mrs. Pat Montag, Mary Beth Montag, Mrs. Earl Loss and Mrs. Ron Steiner. Punch was served by Mrs. Dean Loss and Mrs. Louis Reilly. Waitresses were Donna Godden, Betty and Barb Zeller, Janet, Linda and Brenda Loss. Out of town guests were from Beloit, Wise., Des Moines, Iowa City, Melford, Mich., Madison, Wise.; Whittemore, Dallas, Tex.; Brooklyn, la.; Ottosen, Red oak, Burt, West Bend, LuVerne, Lone Rock, Irvington, Clarion, Corwith and Fenton. An interesting sidelight was a pictorial review of the lives of Ethel and Casey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, who were married by her father, the late Rev. Alex English, at the home of her parents, with 15 close friends and relatives as guests. One of those present at the wedding 40 years ago and also a guest at the observance on Sunday, she was Mrs. Helen Olson of Beloit, Wise. The pictures and newspaper clippings covered his life as deputy sheriff, sheriff, his farming, 18 years as State Representative, two years as Lobbyist and six years as a member of the Board of Regents. Mrs. Loss was a charter member of the Bel Canto Club, worked for many years in the First Presbyterian., church, its choir and circles, Eastern Star and her travels. Mr. Loss and two other retiring members of the Board of Regents, were honored at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Boyd, President of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, on Thursday evening, June 24. Each was presented with a framed citation in appreciation of their service and Mr. Loss received a sterling silver loving cup commemorating his six years on the Board. Other guests were Board Members, officials of the University and other schools, and their wives. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmann and family during the anniversary observance were a cousin of Mrs. Kuhlmann's, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Steiner and Jeff of Milford, Mich, and Dale Pickard, Dallas, Texas. Algona Bride Is Honored Mrs. David Isebrands, the former Suzanne McGinnis, was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower and morning coffee at Van's Cafe on Saturday, June 26. The tables were centered with bouquets of yellow and white daisies, the flowers and chosen colors of the honoree. Each of the 37 guests introduced themselves and told when they had first met Suzanne or her husband. Following the coffee, Mrs. Isebrands was assisted by her sister, Jane Me Ginnis, with the opening of her gifts. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell, Mrs. Glenn Seger, Mrs. Tom Cogdall, Mrs. BUI Lampright, Mrs. Arnie Gerdis, Mrs. Sidney Johnson and Mrs. Stan Muckey. A bridal shower was held on June 14, at 7:30 p.m., at the Glen Sabin residence, with Judy Sabin, Gail Kirkland, jane Sabin, Kathy Devine and Nancy Haag the hostesses. The guests presented the bride-to-be with a collection of their favorite recipes and Advice to the Bride. A large bouquet of yellow and white daisies decorated the tea table and the honoree was as- sited by Gail Kirland when opening her gifts. Suzanne and David were married at the First United Methodist Church in Algona on Friday evening, June 18. They are living at Titonka for the sum- 2 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, July 5, 1971 New Minister Arrives At Good Hope Methodist THE REV. AND MRS. Beaty McDonald recently arrived at the parsonage of the Good Hope United Methodist Church, his new pastorate. They came to this area from Coggon, Iowa, a small town near Cedar Rapids, where they had served for two years. Rev. McDonald was born in central Illinois and grew up in Chicago. He is a graduate of- Denver University, Denver, 5 Colo., entered the Pastoral Ministry in 1940 and has served churches in Colorado and North Dakota, as well as Iowa. He spent several years as a professional photographer at Independence and four years on two separate college campuses, Morningside at Sioux city and Iowa Wesleyan, in an administrative capacity. Mrs. McDonald was the daughter of a minister. She was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne in England where she lived until the age of seven, when they came to the United States and settled in Ohio. When she was 19 they returned to Scotland for four years before she came back here to Chicago to live. This is where she met her husband. Before coming to the Algona area, ^Mrs. "McDonald "Vas employed >£a.s a faculty secretary in the Music Department at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. The McDonalds have three grown children: the eldest, Wm., is an Episcopal priest at Flint, Mich., where he and his wife are living; Alice, Mrs. Thomas Austin of Omaha, Nebr., is an elementary teacher and Robert is a reporter with the Sioux City Journal. " I see by the Advance ..." ~ NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — THIRD SON Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith are parents of their third son born June 25 at St. Ann Hospital. He has been named Danny jay and will be welcomed at home by his brothers, Larry and Greg. Danny weighed eight pounds at birth. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel of LuVerne and Chester Smith of Bancroft are the grandparents. Mr. Smith is employed by Universal Mfg. Co. IN WEDDING Jack and Diana Muller came home Thursday, June 24, to spend the weekend with their parents, the Gene Mullers. jack was best man at the Welp-Thul wedding in St. Joe Friday evening. Both jack and Diana are employed in Iowa City. WEEKEND GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welp and Jeff, Peoria, ill., spent the weekend with the former's parents, the "Rocky" Welps and also attended the wedding of Michael Welp and Janice Thul Other guests in the Welp home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Welp and Bonnie, storm Lake The men a ,f brothers. O n Sunday they all attended a Welp family reunion at Bancroft with isn present. ATTEND WEDDING Mr and Mrs. John Nauholz and jean, Moville, ia. spent the weekend here and also attended the LaBarre-Lickteig wedding. Larry Nauholz best man. T he Nauhoiza former residents 0 < Al]«.Mr< .BRIDGE LUNCHEON Winners at the bridge luncheon held Wednesday at the Algona ! Country Club were Delia Welter, Joan Diamond and Char Hillburg. • Maude Kohlhaas will be the hostess for July 7. 'DEGREE OF HONOR ; Degree of Honor Lodge will meet Monday, July 19, with Joan Baas. VISITS FAMILY Hilda Wegener went to Humboldt last week to see the band march. Her granddaughter is a member of the band that went to Winnipeg, Canada Thursday. Mrs. .Wegener stayed overnight with her son and family, the Gordon Wegeners. On Friday Mrs. Wegener was a dinner guest of her son, Dale, and his family at Swea City and attended the Field Day celebration. On Sunday she went to Burt where her great - granddaughter, Jennifer Lyndsay, was baptized in the Burt Presbyterian Church. The infant is the daughter of Rock and Jullie Lyndsay, and all attended dinner at the home of the J.R. Thompsons, grandparents of Jennifer. NINTH BIRTHDAY Lisa Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden, was honored for her ninth birthday with a party on Wednesday. The guests attended the movie in the afternoon and returned to her home for cake and ice cream. Attending were Connie Behrends, jeannie Dearchs, Donna Rae Krebsbach, Cindy Loiij?:, Linda !iii, I,Oil ttiyji.-/, i'.'Miy Kohlmann and LuAnn Modrell. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden and family recently attended the wedding of Becky Fraser at Bloomington, Minn. Becky is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Fraser, former Algonans. VISIT FROM EAST George Kuhlmann and Alton Luther came last week from Gowanda, N.Y. to visit the Floyd Bacons, Clinton Goddens and Robert Kuhlmanns. The families will have the July 4th holiday together at the Clinton Godden home. END VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Loren Utterback, Darla and Denita, drove to Des Moines last week where their met their son and daughter, Dennis and Denise, and brought them home. They had been visiting relatives in southern Iowa. BROTHER DIES Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tripp returned home last Wednesday W^Wi:::-:;:;:;:^^ AFS Students From Austria And Brazil SONIA FABRIS IRMGARD DICKBAUER Girls from Austria and Brazil will come to Algona in the middle of August to make their home here for the next year while they are attending the Algona Community High School. This is the first time the American Field Service has assigned two foreign exchange students to Algona for the same academic year. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor will be the American parents for Sonia Isabel Fabris, 17, a native of Cachoeiro De Itapemirim, in Brazil, a city of 95,000 population. Sonia has studied English for more than five years in school and wishes a profession in the field of Modern Arts. She has five brothers and three sisters ranging in ages from 8 to 23. One brother, Valerio, who is now 20, came to the United States as an AFS student for the year of 1968-69 and her family hosted an American student from Maryland for the summer program in 1968. Sonia enjoys swimming, volleyball, horseback riding and ping pong. Irmgard Dickbauer will come from Kirchdori/Krems in Upper Austria to make her home with the Jack Limbaughs. She is the eldest of four daughters and her father is a tailor. Irmgard, too, has studied English for five years in school and also speaks Latin, French and German. She enjoys playing basketball, skiing, swimming, plays the piano, is a stamp collector and interested in tennis. Algonans have been extremely fortunate in their participation in the American Field Service program during the past twelve years. We have had many outstanding young people attending the Algona High School and each has contributed considerably of himself to the community. The relationship and association with each visiting student is an unforgettable' experience for our from Logan, la. where they had been since Sunday where they had been called to be with Mr. Tripp's brother, Ervin Porre, who had been taken suddenly ill. Before they arrived Mr. Porre died. He was only 49 years of age and is survived by his wife and five children. WEDDING GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Gene Muller and family attended the Welp- Thul wedding in St. Joe Friday and the reception which followed at the Legion hall in Algona. HOU3EWARMING A housewarming honoring Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan was held Sunday, June 27, in the Hogan home by a group of their friends. A gift was presented the honorees who just recently moved to Algona from a farm in the Whittemore area. Attending were Mrs. Annie Reding, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ludwig. Cards were played and prizes won by Mrs. Annie Reding, Mrs. Baas, Mr. Baas and Mrs. Paul Ludwig. NEPHEW KILLED Monsignor L. J. Hoffman, pastor of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, was notified last Sunday of the death of his nephew, 13- year-old Alan Hoffman, Estherville. The young man was the victim of a tractor accident at his home, witnessed by his mother. The funeral was held Tuesday at St. Patrick's and Msgr. Hoffman was the celebrant of the funeral mass. Young Alan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffman and besideshis parents, is survived by several brothers and sisters. She tears up a check and loses a friend By Abigail Van Buren C© 1971 by Chicago Trlbune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc.] DEAR ABBY: Why do people give money to reciprocate a kindness? It spoils everything. Yesterday a friend gave me a check for $10 for a small kindness I showed her. [I picked up her mail and brought it to her at the hospital for three weeks.] Abby, I was terribly hurt and didn't want to accept money for something which I did out of the kindness of my heart, so I tore up the check in front of her. She looked as tho I had struck her and tears came to her eyes. I wanted to die. Was I wrong? HURTING DEAR HURTING: Yes. To destroy something publicly shows contempt for it. You should have either returned the check or destroyed it privately. People give money to reciprocate a kindness because either they are unaMe to shop for a gift or they don't know what to buy. Your friend wanted to reward you for your kindness. Yon wanted no reward. Unfortunately, you misunderstood each DEAR ABBY: I need help. My husband is 91, and for the last two years Arnold has had no desire for sex and I am only 73 and I still need a man. • so twTk I? I 6310 " 8 ? 6rSOn 3nd he foll ° WS me ^erywhere somethfnl fh ?T 6 ° f eVe " meeting a "y° ne else - I* there something the doctor can give him to pep him up a little' If that is hopeless, maybe the doctor can give me s qu,et me down. It is no good this way. "YOUNG «h °, EAR ™ UNG: " "Wit be easier to quiet your desire than to rekindle Arnold's. Ask your doctor. Spe11 ° Ut the ^Possibilities of a law when she comes to visit with her two DEAR WONDERING: The men who wear them. SHOE SALE CONTINUES Ladies' & Children's $2.66 or 2 Pr. for $4.00 $3.66 or 2 Pr. for $6.00 $4.66 or 2 Pr. for $8.00 ALSO SOME AT $6,88 - $7,88 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^B^ Men's & Boys' COWBOY BOOTS AND WORK SHOES $ OFF REG. PRICE ^AtSODRESSSHOES - $6.88 - $9.88 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^j RAY'S FAMILY SHOE STORE AND REPAIR SERVICE 1-DAY SERVICE ' ALGONA, IOWA

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