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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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Many Seneca attend — A wedding of interest to Senecains was solemnized SatV urday afternoon, Sept. 2, at 2:30 at the .St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church at Claremont, places each had Seen While oft theii 1 vacation. Perfect attend* ance; awards were, presented to Mines. John Johannesen, Evetett Witham, Wayne Ohnemus and Robert Burt. Honored birthday foeniberi in* eluded Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Mrs. Robert Burt, Mrsi. Jerry Wilberg and Mrs. Everett Witham, The new programs for the year were distributed among the members. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus, new club president, presided at the meeting. The .hostess had charge" of the entertainment after Which" , . «'» -W-W* VMJ(.VBBV) l»l«rf , VlIt<^«A VU Hill »H-'111V Mil. t*VA »»••**•!•» Minn., when Maridean Caryl refreshments were served. Mrs. Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and John Johannesen will be the Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Blooming October hostess. Prairie, Minn., became the bride of Philip John Adams of Mankato, Minn. The pastor HarVey Eluers performed the double ring ceremony. and Tnhnnnpp Will be named ^Jefl 3e&ii and has a six-year-old Sister, Staff, and a two and onfrhidf year/ old sister, Stieftfc Mf . and Mrs. W. P.'tlrsenj pilern- AT WORKSHOP Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr., of Fenton, recently attended a 1-day iSEA Loaders workshop at Ahies as a represenitatlve .from n the West Bend Community n!v o Teachers association. There Were las Beneilnn - uou «- five general Sessions of Study lr- V „• , ' with James Freeman, president Miss Dons Nielsen of rural of . the ISEA and other members Ringsted was the bride's per- O f the state executive staff pre- sonal attendant. A reception was skUng a nd presenting topics for held in the church parlors im- discussion •. Various work groups mediately following the . csiij- studied the services and goals of mony. Local area people helping the-NBA,'the ISEA ind the local at the reception were Mrs. Edna Teacher's association. Mrs. Mer- Jonannensen, Lone Rock, aUnt r in i s a teacher in the elemien- of the bride, and Mrs. Hans Hansen, the, former Evelyn Eimers, who presided at the coffee services. , : Maridean took a medical secretary's course at Mankatp Business, college and has been em-. ployed at the Mayo Clinic; Rochester, Minn., and presently, is employed at Mankato State college. The groom is a student at Mankato State college and will be continuing his education. Senecans in attendance at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Streucker and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Streucker and sons, Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt; also Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Ervin Nielsen and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Melyin Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Niolsen and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nielsen and sons all of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory and Mrs. Joe Madden of LuVerne were also at the wedding as were Sharon and Cheryl Krause of rural Fenton. The Harold Nielsens lived in the Seneca community a number of years bafore they moved to Blooming Prairie. tary grades in the West Bend school system. MIXER CLUB MEETS Mrs. Fred Johannesen was hostess to the Modern Mixers club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered, by members telling of interesting NEW SON ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnhard are the parenits of a six poiihd, fif- teein ounce boy born ThiUrsday, Sept. 8; at St. Ann's hospital. The new baby has four brothers and four sisters awaiting his ar rival, at home. : The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft > and Mrs. Alice Bierle of Lone; Rock is , the maternal .grandmother. Joanita Meyer has been helping care for the Bernhard family while Mrs. Bernhard is hospitalized. Miss Shirley Ohnemus, who is employed at Mason City, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, the Wayne. Ohnemuses Miss LeAann Genrich, 'who is in training as a 'medical secre tary at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, the Clarence Genrichs. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Moines spent the Labo: Day weekend with the former' parents, the Cecil Baldwins Hans" Nielsen of the Turne Nursing Home, Armstrong, join ed them for Sunday dinner. • .Mr/.'and Mrs. Eugene Larse are parents of their third duagh ter, an eight pound baby gir born Labor- Day. The little gir -H-H-I II 1 I'M* I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 M' ai gfandpsrents, hav^ b0H doing the chores at the Larseti home while Mrs; Larsen ^was don- fined. Mr, Larseti is employed near Mason City., Mr, and Mrs. Vertton Witbefg of Topfeka, Kan., spent the Labor Day Weekend with their respec* tive parents, the Henry Wilbergs and the Victor Streuckers. Mr. and Mrs, Joa Hassel of Ottawa, 111., visited this past week at the home of their son and family, the Paul Hass-els. On Sunday the Hassels attended the silver wedding anniversary of jMr. and Mrs. Barney Hassel at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs, ElVin Gbdfred- sbn and family attended a reunion at Emmetsberg honoring &r. and Mrs. Dick Dale and amily while Dick was appearing 1th the Lawrencs Welk show at he Iowa State fair. Mrs. Roy Klien is recuperating t her home from major surgery o which she submitted recently it the Holy Family hospital at Sstherville. Jill Jensen, who has had a brief Vacation with her 'parents; he Ted Jensens, has resumed her studies at Augustaria college at Sioux Falls, S, D. Jill took a session of summer School; there during the summer' inonths. } Mr. and Mrs. MerVin Jentz and 'amily have .^'6ved<- recentiy frOm the Jentz place twbVmiles south of Seneca to one of the Welp farms ,east of Burt. Mr. Jentz is eimployed;))y tlie Welps. Paul Bernhard, accompanied Aftd MM. Reuben tafSefi, A and Mrt. Roger Larsen and,fam- ly and Mf. ahd MtS. HSity'**"" nicksen and daughters «• st^onlralso Mr. and Mrt. Vierof Streucker, Mrs. Herman ,Hint« of iJtitts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. lenry 'Ldnge and family of GfUttdy Center, Mrs. Otto; Wii« wrg, Ringsted, and Mr. and,Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis who were co-hosts. The Henry Lattges spent Sunday night with the Henry Wilbergs before returning to Grundy Center. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bernhard and children enjoyed a three day vacation trip to Park Rapids, 'deodorized and new ticking ***. . *«U4 t* i« . 11 A«—i'i I i -fi — -i • ftH*ii v—->!' •.-,,-!• r Pillow cleaning day" planned at Bode Sept. 20 .' .!•„..•• i ' ' ;Bod* — The Bode Cloverleiaf Unit Auxiliary-is again spons'O'r' ing a "pillow cleaning day" at the Legion building in Bode Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pillows will be cleaned, fluffed, tHe Bodfc school W&riesHsty ring, Sept, 1, Ndw ! officers ih chaise Were Mrs. Ralph Jacobson, president, Mrl jKaywioiid Graff, Secretary and Mis, Leroty Snger, treasurer. Mr. Paint in- .reduced the new- elementally nstrumeh-ial music jinstrtietof,, ack Rsmbold, of Humiboldt, ?a 1866 graduate of Augtistana Cdl- egd, of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrk. 5d Ver Steeg is vide pfe&Went. Following the .regular business Minn. While there they Visited relatives and did Some sightseeing. Mrs. Myrtle > Vining ' artd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale HU- ling and daughter of Britt spent Sunday at the Everett Withams. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witom took neice, Nickie Meese, Who has spent the summer' with them, to Minneapolis Saturday, Where Nickie .took an airliner back to her home at Glendale, Kenneth Andre spent from Wednesday untilSaturday of last \yeek at Mt. Pleasant, where he saw the Old; Settlers Threshing demonstrations. Kenneth accorfi* panied his: brbther,s-in-lawi.';'.Milp Lammers,' EmH Oeltenibrhuris, HoWard Hinesmain, also his fathr by 34 memibers Of; : >the ; Iowa Swine Breeders association, left oy aiiriiher Thursday;.from Des Moines on a 21 day tour of countries in Europe. Gene Boilig and Orville Mueller of Algona :drove him to Des Moines where he boarded the plane. . • •: Mike Larsen, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Larsen enlisted in the army and left about two weeks ago for .Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., where he; was awaiting his assignment to Fott'Hous- toh, Texas. Mike enlisted; in the Medical Corps and will receive schooling before he receives a further assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg of topetoa, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Merton Peitersen and fan* ily ,of Philadelphia, Pa., were honored at ,'a' family gathering held Sunday afternoon at the Manno Piedersen :home at Ringsted. Guests in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. James Andreason and family of< ; Algona, David Andreason, Humbbldt, Mr. !er4n-law, ^Lewis; Lammers,', all; of Greattiniger. They were also <ac companed'by Mrs.. Osltenibruhns Who visited at the' home of a sis ter, Mrs. -Wally Claypooie, While .the men Were at, Mt. Pleasant. v.' . : - ;: . ^Sunflower • '.'•'-.'••'. .••• . Glenn Hamilton, a teacher in Lake City, has grown a suhflow er in his .yard which is . over eleven feet tall. The plant, grew a foot in five days. islied; The regular meeting was Held 'uesday, Sept. .6. The President rlrs. Shirley E-akken, was in harga of the meeting. The sec> etary reported a profit of 549,43 from ;the stand at the 3ode celebration. This amount vas half of the net profit, .which vas divided with : the Womani lub. Clothing for. the Auxiliary Assigned child has been .pur chased ahd'.'"sent, amounting bp 565.41.; A birthday •••'. dollar anc Xmas dollar has also been sent to her: Other 'donations sen from the Bode Unit are $200 fo cookies'- .for- Woodward picnic $3.25 for Carriiyal contributions and $2.00 for the District Presidents project, diaries for veterans,,• '•:;' •.'•: \.,, '.•'•;;.";: ''•" ;' •'•••' • '•• Hostesses/Were, Mrs. Ehima. Haiina Rprigved.' ••":.-• The : next cpunty meeting will be Sept.;20 at 2 k p..rh. ,in the Lutheran,! church .'at Qttosenl ' . The ; Kali Conferencij Sept..; 25 will b& ;at Bpbhe; This is to be a joint meeting with the Legion. A banquet. Will: ba served at noon.; . meeting Carlene Hanson Dennis Kissinger gave re and ..tts^fliwwh;..te:JjtfS „ attended M. i front T. ft. band, played a,stetfedtf Dorian CMce-rtmnd&ftd frf'the Maty Loti, Olson was'a' fnemtter of the chords. • r " ;; the- band will make their.fim at, the HumbbldMT, R. .ffcrtbail lame irt Humboldt Friday ,night; • The State marching band coft* test will be in Esthefvilte, Saturday, Oct. 15. Visitors ,<the .past Week at the of'the DoTfanTMusic Oafrip it 'Mrs.. Carl,Qpheitn- home, \Ver,e, i*, •?». ne,ryimsieiB mrs^rtgnvqew., tod son Norman of fl&«fe Minn., Mrs. Mdfgatt.&hrtsm Ganvin, Mltttt/Sffld WftM «5ween of MP.4hafl%M? ?uttday Mfs, dpheiffi, MJS, fchei- ahd. Notrttafl, M|d, itohrtj Mrs.. Leri Sween' atieiiucu'iw«? Bedding in Ft. Oodjrt* df Art» ^w^eh 'and SandrS Hahnar "*MR 1We<m 13 the £6ti of l Mf».,^J» Mrs'Vrc'Sweeti of Pott *#VJ *ft BROADCAST FOR Iowa State I f V 1 LIVE - SAfURDAYS !<y| BAND MOTHERS The. first.:Banu. Mothers meeting of the Twin Rivers school CFPT 17 — 1-30 _ _ , IOWA STATS AT WISCONSIN CERT' 24 — 1-30 " - OKLAHOMA, AT lOvVA STATE OCT 'i — 1-30 - - <NEfeRASKA,AT .IO//A STATE OCT 8— 1-30 " """ ~u — KANSAS AT IOWA STATE OCT 15 — 1-30" I - ' '- -,-• COLORADO AT I6WA STATE OCT' 22 — 1-30 ~I"~ ^~— IOWA STATE AT'MISSOURI ° C T_ _ __ IOWA STATE AT OKLAHQMA STATE OCT 29 — 2:33 5JdV fl — V30 NOV 26- 2-30 AS: - IOWA STATE IO.VA StATE Af KANSAS COLORADO STATE i'.!s1 AT CYCLONE OH KLGA KG. llilllllliilliillililliililllliliiilliililillllllllllillliil *. j. ^ . * K WE'RE G WE'VE COME A LONG WAY SINCE 1909 W« employ 25 men and women with an annual payroll of approximately $159,000.00. TOTAL ASSETS 1961 _-_,__ $1,375,000 1962 $1,443,000 1963 $1,538,000 1964 $1,575,000 1965 $1,628,000 DIVIDENDS PAID TO POLICYHOLDERS IN 1965 $87,563.00 (Pictured above is our main office.) We're proud of the Louis Sullivan,designed building. We purchased the second electric typewriter used in Iowa and were the first in the entire state to have all typists equipped with electric typewriters. WE ARE PLEASED TO BE PART OF THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALGONA COMMUNITY. TO BE WEIDENHOFFS BACK IN 1947 EUGENE MURTAGH, President V. M. PARSONS, Secretary Druggists Mutual Insurance Company ALGONA, IOWA H-1-H'i 1"M'.H"H ..H....T ... and Weidenhoff's 19 years later! M> We at Weidenhoff Corp are proud . , , proud of our 19 years of growth while we've been a part of tMi community, but proud too of the F progress Algona has shown during this same span of years. For those of you who are unfamiliar with our manufacturing program, Weidenhoff manu, f facturs Automotive Electrical Testing Equipment plus Mechanic's tool chests and roll cabinets. During the 19 years we have been a part of the Algona industrial and community life, oyr company his expanded four times, all of which have come since the plant was purchased by the Snap-On Tools Corp. of Kenosha, Wit. "" l»$o. At that timt, we employed just 18 perspns. TODAY OUR EMPLOYMENT STANDS AT A STEADY 240. But rather than Pitting our$tlves on the back, we'd like to say a sincere "Think YQU" to thf wonderful people of Algona and surrounding towns. Without your help and cooperation, we would not be keeping pace with Algona'* move forward. We're happy to be a part of Algenf and hope to be here for many years to come! "* WEIDENHOFF CORP. SUBSIDIARY OF SNAP-ON TOOLS CORP.

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