Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1971 · Page 6
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6 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, July 5, 1971 Tho new reVigorator-froezeis arc truly (wo appliances m one. One compartment ;<-, n roomy refrigerator; the other n food froez^r convenence... With a combination refrigerator-freezer you can freeze your own food. Its true zero freezing compartment lets you take advantage of food bargains and in-season onces. Best of all, you get the convenience of a variety of food treats stored at your finger tips refrigerator- Make sure that your new refrigerator-freezer is a no-frost or frost-free model. These appliances put an end to the chore of messy defrosting and prevent packages from freezing together. To feed your family better to stay meals ahead, to store great delicacies, see your appliance dealer for a combination refrigerator-freezer. Algona Municipal Utilities Debbie Sinclair Shower Held At Livermore LIVERMORE - A bridal shower was held Tuesday evening June 29 In the Fellowship Hall of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Livermore in honor of Deb Sinclair, bride-to-be of Darrell Satern. Corsages were presented to Miss Sinclair, her mother Mrs. Allan Sinclair, her grandmother Mrs. Dora Gronbach and his mother, Mrs. Ray Loos of Bradgate. Decorations were carried out in the bride's chosen colors of yellow, green and white. Mrs. Harold Gronbach welcomed the guests and read a poem written by a schoolmate of Deb's, Janet Eisenbarth. A couple of quiz games were played with prizes being won by Mrs, Harold Lane and Mrs. Roger Collins. Mrs. Marvin Gronbach was in charge of the entertainment. Connie Christensen, cousin of the bride, was In charge of the guest book. Susan Christensen, Kathy Cran and Illen Satern helped with the gifts. Lunch was served from a tea table with two aunts presiding. Mrs. Dick Cran poured the coffee and Mrs. Roy Brown served the punch. Hostesses were Mrs. Richard Sawyer, Mrs. Virgil Smith, Mrs. Max Jansson, Mrs. Mar,vin Lamb, Mrs. Bob Gronbach, Mrs. Harold Gronbach, Mrs. Margaret Vaudt, Mrs. Louis Carman, Mrs. Leroy Gronbach, Mrs. T. D. Rossing, Mrs. Howard Barton, Mrs. Marvin Gronbach, Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mrs. Tommy Kissinger, Mrs. Roy Brown and Mrs. Dick Cran. The young couple will be married July 31 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Livermore and will live in LeClare, la., where Mr. Satern is employed. - o - RUMMENS REUNION Eighty-five relatives of the late Ben Rummens family met at the Legion Hall Sunday, June 27 for their annual reunion. They came from Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri and the rest from Iowa. Seven of the nine living children were present. They had a potluck dinner at noon and spent the afternoon visiting. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Swenson of ottumwa were overnight guests in the home of his niece Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sch- — a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church . .. / am going ffie way of all earfh. —Joshua. XXIII,! 4 In the busy life we lead, all of us arc going somewhere. We are mobile, a nation on wheels. We ride to the supermarket, even less than a block away. On Sundays, often we take a "ride", perhaps going nowhere in particular. Sometimes, in the spirit of going, we ignore the danger signs along the way. We forget how a summer shower can turn the street into a highway of glass. We ignore the speed limit posted on a dangerous curve. Sometimes we pay dearly for our lack of caution. Let us not speed through life too hastily. It' is a better life when we follow the rules and the proper guidelines. 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 - Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires - Stanhoiit PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Wm. Ambrose, Research //or SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping Is A Pleasure" COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 and 169 VAN'S CAFE Junction IB and 169 Closed Tueidayi WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO. Wayne Feedi - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 Weif State Street, 295-5206 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment ultz Tuesday, They were en- route home from pine River Minn. Mrs. liuby Colemann and Kerri accompanied Mr. and Mrs. David Colemann to Minneapolis Thursday to spend the holiday weekend with her son Larry, who teaches there. Mrs. Marie Hyzsinski of Ft. Dodge and a friend, Mrs. Martha Elson of Denver, were visitors in the Dick Dunphy and Kate McKenna homes on Monday of last week. A few trees and a lot of large limbs were blown down Tuesday evening during the heavy rain storm when 3 1/2 inches of rain fell in a few hours. Sign Painting Shop Opened At Livermore James Bollig Scholarship ed for the program. The $900 is given over a three-year period. Bollig, 19, is presently Recording Secretary of the Agronomy club at ISU, and was a member of the football team at Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville. After graduation, he plans to either farm or work for an agriculture related business. home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lybarger and three children of Denver, Colo., spent several days over the weekend with her mother. Mrs. Kate Flom. Ben G. Studer, his daughter, Mrs. Myra Saastad of San Diego, who is here on a visit, and Louise Studer accompanied by Mrs. Roman Ricke of Bancroft went to Dubuque Saturday, where they attended the wedding of David Welter, son of Mr. ahci Mrs. (Rita) John Welter of Dubuque to Lorie Walsh at 12:30 in St. Joseph's Cathedral in Dubuque. Mrs. John Welter and two sons, Mark and Jeff, returned with the Wesleyans for, a week's visit. WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Illllllllllllllllllllll CURT PAUL - ONE OF THE FRIENDLY FOLKS AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK CAN HELP YOU FINANCE YOUR NEXT AUTO. Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Discher had as their Fathers Day guests Dr. and Mrs. Paul Warner and Debra of St. Cloud, Minn., Marvin Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wall and family of Comfry, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher and Todd of Burt, Beulah Green of Britt, and Mrs. A. C. Discher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wall of Comfry, Minn., who spent several days in the Discher LFVERMORE - A new business place has been opened in Livermore. Tim Colwell has a sign painting shop next door to Sawyer's Super Valu and will paint posters, signs, names, anything you would like. He does a very neat and precise job. Irvington Dwight Schmitt, Graettinger, has been helping out with field work at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmitt. AMES - James Bollig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig, Rt. 1, Fenton. has been given a $900 Portia A. Goke Scholarship for 1071-72 at Iowa state University where he is a sophomore in agronomy. Money for the scholarship comes from the estate of Portia A. Goke in memory of her husband, Alvin W. Goke. Students are selected during their sophomore year. In addition to their regular course work, extra work in the biological or physical sciences or in the field of communicatons is required. All -participants must have a 3.00 (B Average) to be select- • DIAMOND'S Attention All GIRLS: •*> J Stop in for J WRANGLER Jeans, J Cut-offs, Jamaicas f and Bermudas . . . fosfa//ns/rt/tffon PERSONALIZED • GROUP Discover tin' Wonderful World of Music SUMMER LESSONS • PIANO • ORGAN Know The Pleasure Of Accomplishment . . . Our Qualified Teachers And New Air Conditioned, Well Lighted, Quiet Classrooms Provide The Learning Atmosphere. Individual Or Low Group Rates. NORTH IA. MUSIC ANNEX ALGONA, IOWA 295-3634 NEIGHBORS TO MEET ROGER I. ROCHIEAU OF M.GONA CARGILL INC. ] Nutim; Nutrena Feeds — Bulk and Bagged Fertilizer — custom spraying,' So. Phillips Algona P. R. IRONS PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing - Heating Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pumps Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA Meet Roger E. Rochleau, 2a, of rural Algona. Roger rents 240 acres and also farms with his father. This year he has planted 75 acres of corn, 75 acres of beans and has 15 acres of hay ground along with 22 acres in government ground and pasture. He and his father have 60 head of stock cows ... the calves are fed out. This year they also plart to farrow and market around SOOhead of Hampshire- Yorkshire hogs. Mr. Rochleau was born Sept. 9, 1941 and was raised on the farm. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Rochleau. Victor Rochleau came to Kossuth county at the age of nine. When asked about his hobbies, Roger replied, "working!" However, since recently moving to an acreage south of Algona he has been pretty busy puttingTthings in order around the place. His land is located four and one- half miles southwest of Algona. Roger is a member of the Farm Bureau and the Trinity Lutheran Church in Algona. His brothers and sisters are Richard, Kennewick, Wash.; Ronnie, Whittemore; Gary, in the Air Force; JoAnn, Mrs. Wm. Leek, Algona; and Carolyn, Mrs. Larry Gibbs, Waverly. Roger married the former Louise Paulsen Aug. 13, 1967. They met at the Lutheran Young Adults group. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Paulsen of Ringsted. She enjoys sewing and is a member of the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona, and also a secretary for the firm of McMahon and Cassel in Algona. The couple have no children. Mr. Rochleau, a combat engineer in the Army for two years says he likes farming better. JOE BRADLEY PHONE 295-2421 ALGONA CMC TRUCKS GEHL FIRESTONE STANHOIST VIKING OIL - Friend of The Partner 295-3749 Alaona AROUND THE TOWN AND COUMfff WHEN YOU DO BUSINESS WITH THERMO6AS, YOU GET ... BLUE CARPET SERVICE! i people P r ° vide quality, friendly service - tor bulk gas sales or rental, and sales and service on air conditioners, water heaters, clothes dryers, them?' $PaCe ers< e - tc You ean de P« n d on So. Phillips Street Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2841 BUSGHER BROS. AIGONA, IOWA WAYNE FEED SUPPLY IMPLEMENT Health Aids Grinding and Mixing First in farm credit. 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