Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Former Fenton man is now in research work Fenton — Eugene Mansager, former Fenton area farmer, has received his bachelor of science degree from Bemidji State college and is now employed by the U. S. department of agriculture at the Metabolism and Radiation Research Laboratory, University Station, Fargo, N. D. Mr. Mansager's position is a research assistant under Dr. G. Still, bio-chemist. The work in this laboratory involves the study of long term effects of herbicides, pesticides, and insecticides used in agriculture. The main interest is how these chemicals are metabolized by plants, animals, and insects, the residues which remain and the effects these residues will have on the future of mankind. Mr. Mansager also will be doing graduate work at North Dakota State university. The family is living at 2009 North 9V 2 Street, Fargo. Wolter. Anne Kfause tnd Evelyn Bierstedt gave a demonstration which they had previously given at the Algona Methodist 1 church where they were judged with several others. | PLAN GUEST DAY Fairville Aid met Thursday with Rev. Bliss leading devotions and the discussion on Amos. They voted a guest day. with guests of their choice at the reg- Area men are teed guests their daughter, the Herbert Fields. ular October Wegener and meeting. Lois Delores Elmers gave reports on the LWML convention at Okoboji. Guests were Mrs. Richard Bell and Mrs. John Wegener. Hostesses Gilbert Bleckwenn Lloyd Bleckwenn. were and Mrs. Mrs. BOEVERS REUNION The Boevers reunion was held recently at the Fenton Comma nity Center. Present were Raymond Browns, Gelana, the HI., ACHIEVEMENT SHOW The Fenton Forwards held an Achievement show Aug. 3 and also a style show, modeling clothing projects. Girls chosen, to model at the county fair are: junior, Susan Bierle; intermediate, Debra Bierle; and runner- up Diana Mills; senior, Marlys Wichtendahl and runnerup Judy Derwood Kerns, Estherville, the Fred Geigels and Milton Nortons, Algona; Charles Boevers family, Mankato; James Dodds' family, Lone Rock; the Robert Krauses, Clarence Yagers, Gerald Voigts, Eugene Huskamps, Dick Borchardts, Carrie Voigt and Amanda Kern. STUDY SEWER PROJECT The Fenton town council met ast Monday evening and voted to hire a group to make a preliminary study for a sewer and sewage project for the city. The council also approved the new budget for 1967. RESEARCH Lone Reck ed a Theesfield retmten it tik* View Sunday. The,0*Vid Dfefc ers were weekend visitors ftt .the Frank Dreyet and Ajrno Juhl homes in Fenton. The The Ed Blanchards and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough visited Mrs. Cora Terwilliger at Humboldt. Mrs. Terwilliger, 80, fell and broke an arm. Mrs. Elsie Willrett, Algona, was a guest at the Frank Flaig's Sunday. The Jack Tiemans and There- Frank Dreyers and Jane, and boys remained for a longer visit. : The William Ebefts, of Fairfield, arid Mrs. Rose Itehmstock, Lakota, were Sunday guests of the Wilford Radigs. Mr. Ebert is an uncle of Mrs. Radig. The Willis Cottons had , as guests Sunday , evening at the home on Lake Okoboji the A. A. Kruegers, Roy Jensens, and Vic Whalens, Dolliver. The Jim Marlows had as guests Sunday Mrs. Eugene PrUitt, the Janette Ruhnke, Fenton, attend-' Dennis Priebes, and Ken Sch- ALOOWA (!•**) ADVAHCf-f THURSDAY, AUO. M> rtiidt*. ••• • t , Lynn Bierstedt, son • ft thi Ralph Bierstedtt, returned Saturday after six Week* aft/fUM Riley, Kans., at R. O, T. <V«m» mer camp. Lynn will be a senior in business agriculture it Ames. .,;;•' Jay Brace is visiting seVcrtl days with his grattdparetlwl the G. E. Braces, Hayfield, Miriii. The Sylvester Braces, Kevin and Brian, visited the Bernard Christensens at Storm Lake on Sunday. Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Brace are former college roommates. : North Iowa Fair MASON CITY, IOWA Super Stock Car Races Friday, Aug. 12 —8P.M. KIDS DAY The Fabulous GsnJrys (Recording Stars of MGM) Also appearing THE MORGAN ASHTON FAMILY & THE CLAYTONS Dancing following Show Saturday, Aug. 13 2 P.M. & 8 P.M. King Cook Out Barbecue Contest 3 P.M. SEVERAL AREA feed dealers and their farmer customers were among 250 agricultural leaders who were recent guests of Allied Mills when they toured the Wayne Research Center in Libertyville, 111., to learn of new profit opportunities in animal agriculture. They included, (1 to r): J. E. Streetman, VP Marketing, Allied Mills; Dean Schlapia, Algona; Edward Illg, Bode; Du- Wayne F. Klein, Klein i<arm bupply, Algona; Phil Eischen, Algona; Milton Wilhelm, LuVerne; Paul Bernhard, Fenton; Woodrow Johnson, Irvington; Leonard' E. Heller, Algona; and Peter Visser, Wayne salesman of Pocahontas. The H. L. Holmes and son Gary, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Livermore, visited last week with the Ed Reimers. Friday guests of the Robert Wegeners were the AlvinYerix- d Robert . s sist e !r , the Frederick es, Palm Desert, Calif., Merlyn Wegeners, Spencer, and Mrs. Blacks return after a trip to Washington Irving ton — The Robert Black family returned Monday after a nine-day trip, including a stop at I Oak Park, 111., where they visit- Duane Mattheson, Duane, Brenda and Barbara, Bode. Mrs. Merle Voigt and Mrs. Yea tons. Aug. 1 the Blacks left Oak Park for Cedarville, 0., to visit their daughter, the Charles Mit- and Steve, temporarily living at Ames, came to the Lawrence Miller's Sunday for a week. Mrs. Byerly and Mrs. Miller are sisters. A picnic held at Beddes lake, near Hampton, Sunday was attended by the Lawrence Millers, Mrs. Byerly and children, Mrs. Margaret Kent family, Algona, the Clarence Canadays, the Victor Applegates, Ames, Darryl Swartzes and Mrs. Eva Swartz, Evansdale. Mrs. Byerly's husband, Wayne, is in the navy sta tioned in Japan. Mrs. Byerly and children will join him as soon as arrangements can be made. RETURN FROM EAST The Francis Metzens, Mrs for the Shaw shower last week. The C. F. Greens, Charles and They took two tours and visited _..,.. • -,,**, I chells. Wednesday they left Ohio Raymond Metzen and Dale Lynn Dale Voigt were inadvertently o- and went to Wash ington, D. C,, I returned Thursday from two nutted from the list of hostesses where they stayed until Friday, weeks in the east. Places visit*„. *u~ c ^... »u i.^ ...„„,, ed were Washington, D. C., Mt. Vernon; New York City, where there several weeks, home. Mrs. Alex Eischen, St. Benedict, accompanied her son, the Phil Eischens, Whittemore, to hokio, Minn., Aug. 6-8 and to Dell Rapids, S. D. In Chokio they visited the Ferd Brephorsts, former residents here Who farmed the place where the Marvin Eischens now live. In Dell Rapids they visited the Jack Le Bruns. Mrs. Le Brun is a cousin of Mrs. Alex Eischen. Lawrence Miller, David and Kathy, left Aug. 10 accompanied by Bob Cunningham and son Mike, Emmetsburg, for Wyoming, to see Yellowstone park. They plan to be gone a week. Bit and Spur club held a hay ride and party Thursday at Vic ky Seimer's, daughter of the Cla rence Seimers. Games were play ed and lunch was served for the 48. Guests at Harold Sabin's Sat ... ... m ., ... - _. . ., . the Capitol, the grave of John F. Kathleen, Titusville, Fla visited Keimed y an d the Tomb of the they saw "Hello Dolly," parts of the Fred Mortensens Thursday. Unknown Soldier, and watched Canada; Niagara Falls; Detroit,' urday for David's 15th birthday They were enroute home from the changing of the guard in Ar- Mich., where they visited the were the Roy Bensens and Lyle Lodge Grass, Mont., where they Ungtori osme tery. Ford plant, and Battle Creek, I Bensens, Ringsted; Geo. Perils had attended the funerals of 4 other places were the Smith- Mich., where they visited the Kel- Armstrong; Richard Mawdsleys " John Simons, Corwin Peer, and relatives of Mr. Green mclud- sonian In ^i t ute, the Washington logg plants. ing his mother and sisters, who momiment , Lincoln memorial,' bad been killed in an auto acci- the bureau O f printing and en- CHURCH SERVICES dent. • _..._. Mrs. Hazel Sabin. Harold Colwell, who has been Swenson Thrillcads Sunday, Aug. 14 —2P.M. Super Stock Gar Races Sunday, Aug. 14 —8P.M. KIDS DAY SPECIAL Kids Thrill Show Monday, Aug. 15 — 10 A.M. Swenson Thrillcade 2 P.M. and 8 P.M. Tractor PuSI Tuesday, Aug. 16 — 1:30 P.M. NORTH IOWA Amateur Rodeo Tuesday, Aug. 16 — 8 P.M. Horse & Pony Judging Wednesday, Aug. 17—1:30 P.M Demolition Derby Wednesday, Aug. 17 — 8 P.M. graving. The bureau prints 35 Sheridan Strayer, Charles Ci- in the hospital at Iowa City, was ine Gerald ^Voigts and James m mi oll dollars of paper money ty, was speaker at the Irvington I released from there and return,1 !..„*i. .j_ Blacks also visited church last Sunday. He is the; ed home Monday. pent several days last week vis- ting in Kansas City. They vis- ted Mrs. Voigt's brother, the Bob Geigels. James Voigt, son of the Ger- ild Voigts, spent the weekend at the state C. A. R. convention at Okoboji. He is the state reg- strar for the C. A. R. The Arnold Hantelmans and Kristine and Debra Bollinger were Sunday guests of the Elmer Grienerts. Lakota girl receives degree Kathleen M. Peterson, Lakota, received a bachelor of arts degree in upper elementary education at the summer commencement exercises Friday Aug. 5, at the State College of Iowa. A total of 314 candidates received degrees, setting a new high for summer graduates at SCI. HORSE SHOW MONDAY All interested persons are reminded that the horse judging which usually takes place on Tuesday at the Kossuth County Fair has been changed this year to 1:00 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15. a day. the Senate and the House. The Senate was in session. ..vQne disappointment was tb,e.y. did not get to visit the White House, as the wedding of Lucy Johnson was taking place the next day and no tourists were allowed. The Blacks left Friday for Gettysburg, Saturday they went to Niagara Fails. They stopped at Glen Ellyn, III., and visited his brother, the Rev. Everett Blacks. Ruth Black, Rockford, 111., was also a visitor there. FAMILY PICNIC Mrs. Wayne Byerly and Judy sail son of Keith Strayer, lay pastor, who is having a month's vaca- flop. Swvifi^s4ugygi4 and 21 will be conducted by a student minister from Fort Dodge. One Sunday only, Aug. 28, there will be no services at Irvington. The Vcrl Pattersons went to Des Moines Sunday for the Walker reunion. Among others attending were the Tom Viponds, Algona, r and Mrs. Lou Walker and daughters, from Montana. Kenneth Roney went to Des Moines Friday and brought Merle Wellendorf, who had baen Gertrude Merritt, Dubuque, is visiting the Loren Larsons. She and Mrs. Larson are sisters. The Lee VanderWaals, Bradley, 111., came Monday to visit Mrs. VanderWaal's mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, and the M. L. VanderWaals, Algona, parents of Lee. Teri, daughter of the Lee VanderWaals, has been visiting here since July 4 and will return with her parents. They plan to be here a week. 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