Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 10, 1966
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\ Burt legion supper Veterans day Burf — The Legion and Auxiliary met Oct. 4 at the Burt Legion • Hall. Hostesses were Mary Nelson and Elva Boettcher. The families will have a pot luck supper Veteran's Day, Nov. 11 at the Legioit Hall. The Auxiliary will send a Junior girl to Girls State June 5-11 at Cedar Palls. Auxiliary mambers made arid filled seven ditty bags for the Red Crois to be sent to men in service for Christmas. The Junior Auxiliary members made 3 tray favors for the state hospital at Woodward. There will be no sewing meeting this month. AID MEETS • Ladies Aid of St. John's Luth eraii church met Thursday, Oct. 6 at the church. Hostesses were Viola Cunningham, Patsy Elmers and , Bother Miller. Honorary members were special guests, each receved a corsage and a gift. Rev. Vehling gave a special prayer for them. Those present were Ann Remers, Nettie Lavrenz, Rose Weise, Helen Weiske, Lily Bleich, Either Miller and Lydia Schwietert. Eunice Meyer gave a report on the LWML Rally at West Bend on Sept. 28. The Lutheran Home Finding Society Auxiliary meeting will ba held in Fort Dodge on Oct. 18. Delegates are Elizabeth Radig, June Presthus and Mary Lou Mallow. The Aid voted to appoint' two members on the funeral com.' ,'pittee; Devotions, Bible study of .Amos by Pastor Vehling. Program, Mission Work by Elizabeth Radig.- : " ; • '''•• PLAN CARD SHOWER •-;• Relatives and friends are planning a card'shower for Mrs. Trella Patterson, on her birthday Oct. 16. Her address is 535 Hoards' Ferry Road N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30328, care of Mrs. Tliom- 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, OCT. 10, 19M and Cynthia Weber who attend college at Cedar falls, spent the weekend with their patents. • Jane Nail of Des Moines spent the Weekend with her mother, Mrs. Marion Nail. Kenneth Robinson of Ackley, spent the weekend with his Lt. and Mrs. Toni Mullins'and Mrs. John Mullins visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Merle Holt in Humboldt. | Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson spent Tuesday at the Dale Wildman home in Ankeny with Mrs. Duane Johnson and family. She will leave Thursday to return to California. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Arndor- ifer returned home from a ten iday vacation to the West sight| seeing, in Nevada, Colorado and West Bend couple married MISS LINDA GERBER, daughter of Mr.'and.' Mrs" Eli Ger- be'r, West Bend, and Steve Blair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blair, also'of West Bend, were married Sept. 10/aiSt; : 'P.eter;& -Paul. Catholic church at West Bend with Rev. Louis H. Greiving officiating'. ,Bonnie Gerber, sister of the bride, was, maid of honor : and John Bleuer, first cousin of the groom, was best man|;John; Mertz anp! Richard Banwart were ushers. Following the wed: ding dinner; a reception was held at the Legion Club with' Kathy Clair handling the guest book and Mrs. Gerry Blair and Mrs. Doris Bleuer dining room hostesses. Both the bride and groom are'1966 graduates of West Bend high school and they are at home at Fort Dodge where they are attending the Community college there. (Glenn's Studio Photo). Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ott of H«r- din, Mont., spent Thursday to Saturday with Mrs. Vcttion Ott's Barents, Mf* Mid Mrs. Charles Thompson. They left to visit tel* atives in Wisconsin, and will return here. Mr. and Mrs. Jess North of Hubbard visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Esther Kouba. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcodc visited his sister, Mrs. Raymond Highland, at the Belmond hoi pitai on Wednesdayi Mrs.* Addle Hamm and Mrs. Dee Wilhite visited friends in Kaiiawha on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tew ol Clarion were Sunday visitors at the Dale Zeigler home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer were Sun day-after noon visitors at the Paul Puffer home in Algona and supper guests at the Jerry Pui fer home. Open house for 50th wedding of Bode couple Bode — The Albert Bergums spent the • weekend with their ^were given an open house for sons Craig and Steven in Iowa 'their J 50th wedding at St. Olaf * "- - ichureh Sept. 25. Host- Nebraska. Mrs. Helen Ericksen and Mrs. Ethel Beer visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McMurray at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Late Oxley Jr. were Tuesday dinner guests at the Dale Zeigler home in honor of Dale Zeigler who was home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crockrell and son, of Kaniawha, .and Mr and Mrs. Paul Sdhotts of Garriei visited Tuesday evening at the Dale Zeigler home. Mr. and Mrs. LaVoy Dawson Westrums, Albert Le*, Henry Befgum and Mrs. Cltta V&- pUnk, New Richland, Mate fohtt*on »nd Pearl D*Uska and Otty. Mr, and spent the weekend, in Cedar Ra-i-ters, pids. They visited their son Gary Sirs. Mrs. Lee Williams |hg'the'"event were their daugh ._i—j :_ ,r,.i.i-_ n_ ,<*!-__ Mrs. Charlotte Bjornson, Don Pitman, Colorado at the Mercy hospital, ,-aind also Springs, Mrs. Raymond Holland, \vith Mike Williams, a student at ' ' ' Humboldt, and Mrs. Keith Bry- Idwa\City. ;i N^v'>* r .' ; :!.''"^ jint, Clementi, Calif, . \: .-"' Sunday, Septv 25th, a family ga- ?; Mrs^Henry Olson had charge thering was held at the LeRoy o f the;program: Rev.: Norman Umstead home in Goldfield iin Johnson gave devotions. Law- honor of Ronald Zeigler; who is ' ranee Anderson, Duncombe sang California. Mrs. Berhadine Opheim, Dawn and John, spent the weekend in Sexton with Mrs. Nell O'pheim, • Birthday 'Circle will meset Oct. 13 at Mrs. Hilda. Gross's. Each as Bowles. She is visiting her m f m j )er is to bri ^2 a White Elle- tiaughter, Mrs. Bowles, several "' * weeks. ' ATTEND FUNERAL The Ed Fredricksons attended the funeral of Mrs. Melvin Schuneman, 57, at Donovan Funeral Home in Spirit Lake Oct. 4. A funeral service was held at the ; Presbyterian church in .Burling* ton where they lived. 'The*family lived in Bancroft., HOMECOMING FRIDAY • Homecoming at Burt school will be Friday with floats and a parade in the afternoon and a dance after the football game with Thompson. Queen candidates are Oharlenc Lappe, Linda Meyer, Norma Nancy Acker man. Harms and >A miscellaneous •' shower for Roberta Ackerman was held Oct. 6 at Burt Methodist church. Roberta will marry Donald Gifford Oct. 22 at the Burt Methodist church. :; / '.'. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patricia had a birthday dinner at Van's Cafe Oct. 6 for the Brian Zwiefels on his birthday. The Homer Sabins and Wayne Manns visited Ledges Park, Boone Tuesday. Treesand foil- age are beautiful now. Tliey also visited in Ames at Merton Steward's. Postmaster and Mrs, Wallace . Hawcott attended the 1966 convention of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States in Louisville, Ky., during the week of Sept. 25-29. They visited 'the Rex Nolands in New London, Mo. and the postal data center in St. Louis, Mo. They also visited friends in Wooater Walter Steward took .Mrs. Steward to Mercy hospital t in Mason City Tuesday for observation following a gall bladder upset, i Lions Club will meet Oct. 17 at the Legion Hall. Auxiliary members serving the 7:30 dinner will be Luella McW'liovter, Leona Lacy, Dorothy^ Becker and Dorine Pettis. , : / , The John Longs, Billings, Mont., left for home Oct. 4 alter spending several weeks with his sister, Mrs. Louis Scott. Other guests Monday were the Michael Longs and Michael Scotts, The Merle Richards, Bxitt, were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Etta Holdren. A traveling space mobile, a science demonstrating unit which carried equipment for space science experiments, was at the Burt school Oct. 7 for students 4th through 12th grades. Guests Thursday to Saturday at Alvin Baumgard's .were the Jerry Gubbels and Lisa. Mrs. Gubbels is tlie former Miarjorie Baumgard. Waif Waltman, of Corwith, victim Corwith| — Waif Waitraan, 64, died Friday, Sept. 30, at the Han. cock Memorial hospital, Britt, as a result of .injuries received in a-, farm uneral on Monday, Oct; 4, at.the Methodist church, Corwithy' with the Rev. Frank Conisidine SOC/E7Y CLUB TO MEET The Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club will meet at the home of Angle Dearohs Thursday, Oct. 13. Co-hostesses are Dolores Dodds and Ethel Gardner. Roll call is "A Hobby I would like to have." Each member is asked to bring something from her hobby and Norwalk, O., and Joliet, 111. for display at the meeting. The and Mrs. Hawcott's sister in Ypsilanti, Mich. Fortnightly club will meet Oct. 14 at Ethel Dremmel's. U & I Circle will meet Oct. 17 at the Cunningham Cafe, Elsie and Neoma Junkermeier are hostesses. Roll call is a fancy work display. The extension lesson is by Neoma Junkermeier. Luncheon guests Oct. 4 of Elsie and Neoma Junkermeier wex - e, the Merle Schippeys, St. Louis, Mo. They also visited Alma Junkermeier in EstherviEe and attended homecoming at Des Moines University. Dorothy Becker attended the Uisitrict meeting of beauty counselors at the Johnson House in Algona. This was the pre-Ohrist- mas meeting with a luncheon. The area manager, Mrs. Prue Smith, Omaha, showed colored slides. Kossuth Gpunjty Republican Women's Cluto will have a coun ty meeting at Purt Legion Hall at 8 p.m. Opt. 13- State and county pandj4ates will be present. The Burt group will serve refreshments. Guests Oct. 6 at J. L. Miller's were the R. A. Millers, Royal, Chester Norlands, Spencer. The Gregory Millers, lUonte, were ojj.lhjjr way home from program is on Hobbies and is in charge of Neva Shipler and Gwen Haas. By Julia Taylor, pub. sec. TAKES TOP HONORS Mrs. V. C. Smith took top honors at the ladies luncheon and bridge event at the Country Club Wednesday. Other winners were Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr., and Mrs. Julius Kunz. Mrs. John Kohlhaas was hostess. This week's hostess' will be Mrs. Ed Wolcott. HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Mrs. Doug Diekman was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jerry Anderson and Mrs. James Andreasen had the winning scores for the evening. Mrs. W. B. MacDonald was a guest. HAVE HAYRIDE Members of the Congregational Youth Fellowship and the youth group of the First Lutheran church had a hayride party Saturday evening. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. Donald Kingfield entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Winning scores were Burial was in the etery with' the Blake cem- funeral home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Earl Chambers, Bernard Spangler, /Carrol Cram, Walter 'Kirchgatter, of Corwith, Garnie Hood of Rutland and Wilbur Stewart of Burti Waif Waltman was born Jan. 14, 1902, at Freiniont, Iowa, son of Jesse and Jane Waltman. As a small child he moved with his parents to a farm near Burt. He. received his education in the elementary school at Burt. . He was married to Stella Van Note Jan. 12, 1925. They farmed in the Burt area for a 'number of years, moving to a farm west 0) Corwith in 1938. In 1963 they moved to their new home in Corwith, later retiring in 1965. Surviving are his wife Stella, children Eugene of Corwith and Sharon, Mrs. John Tuyl of Des Moines, six grandchildren, a brother Clinton of Burt, two sisters Mrs. Robert (Wanda) Ditsworth of Jefferson and Opal Waltman of Burt. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Clifford. home on furlough. Tom Widick and Mrs. Edgar Marsh, of Englewood, Calif., vis- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. Mrs. Igna Woodbury is a patient at tlie Belmond hospital. Vicky Wagner, who attends school in Waterloo, spent the weekend'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner. A daughter, Patricia Ann, was born Sept. 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe. She was born at the Britt Memorial hospital and weighed 8 Ib. 7,oz. Gary Oxley left for 1 Dallas, Tex!, where he is employed, after a week'-with*has parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley and Mrs. Elsie Qxley were Sunday night supper,'guests of .Mr. and Billings, Mont., and his" parents, two selections, accompanied by Mrs. 1 Roberta < Bngel. Naomi Strut'hors gave an original reading. The Bergums received a phone call from the Merrit Neals of Colorado Springs. Mrs. Leo Holland and Mrs. Melvin Bergum poured. Mrs. Garwin Sorlein and Mrs. Alvin Pederson served punch. Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and. Mrs. Wallace Underbcrg served the cake. Marsha Bjornson had the gufest bpok and Sharon Hanra- hah had charge of gifts. Assisting in the kitchen were Mrs. Art Christiansen, Mrs. Kenneth Schriber, Mrs. Ted Brodale, Mrs. Art Demory and Emma Olson.' There were 175 registered^ Those from a distance were the Don Pitmans and Gary, Colorado Springs, Gunniar ; Landaasses, New London, Minn., Thor Lan- daasses, Ticarbuck, Minn., Owen Hoyts, Alden, Minn., Orville ners, Freeborrt, Minn., and from Oskaloowi, Des Moines, Decor- «hj Ft. Dodge, Eagle Grove and other towns in the Bode area, BACK FROM VIET NAM Sgt. Edwin Olson, sort of the Gordon Olsons, Jefferson, arrived in the States from Viet Nam Tuesday. He has been ^ serving with the Marines the past year Mrs. Edwin Olson, Who is a technician at University hospital in towa City the past year, will accompany her husband to Yuma, Ariz., where he will be stationed. He Will be visiting his parents in Jefferson, and other relatives before he returns to the service. Olaf Olson, Bode, is his, grandfather, and the Gordon Olsons were former'Bode resi dents. ''"'.' AT HOMECOMING Peggy Olson, daughter of the Orren Olsons, spent the week end with her parents and took part in the crowning, of the 1967 Twin Rivers Homecoming Queen Geri Vedvtk, at the Twin Rivers Manson game Friday night. She was the TR 1966 Homecoming Queen and is now a freshman at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. Wayne Ghristiahson, 1966 Homecoming King, also took part in the Homecoming ceremonies and 'spent the weekend at his parents the Leo Chris- tiansons. He is enrolled at Eagle Grove' community school. ATTEND SHOWER ; A bridal shower for Bonnie Hahke, fiance >of Ronnie Torgerson, Le Center, Minn: was held in the Humboldt Trust party room Sunday. Mrs. Olaf Halsrud, Mrs. Ronald Olson and Mrs. Harold Berge attended from Bode. Mrs. Berge was One of the hostesses. Ronnie Torgerson is the son of the Price Torgersons, former Bode residents. Soil, Humboldt. The Burton Redds Spent Friday to Wednesday it their farm ttelf Lamdfli, Mrs. Rood's rtiete and husband will live oil the jJLJ*lti l*he Glen Proescholds (/ Colorado Springs, have a son born Sept, 30 named Scott Kyle. He 1 had two sisters, Molly, and Dai" by. The Burton Roods art ma- tefMl grandparents, and the Arthflr Proescholds", Ft. Dodge, paternal grandparents. , MM. Ada Rolland returned to Osage Monday after a Week at her brother, Art Monson's. Mrs. Rolland fame to attend the funeral of Mrs. Osborne Rolland, Milroy, Minn., last Sunday in St. Olaf Lutheran church. OCT. 11 ALGONA the World's Funniest Castaway! oicKVANDYKE'NANcvKWAN SEE A MOVIE DURING NATIONAL MOVIE MONTH WED. Thru TUES. OCT. 12—18 ALGONA CIRCLES TO MEET ALCW Mary-Martiha Circle meets ; Oct. 17 in Fil-eside room, Mrs. Keith Rolland, Mrs. Royal Hanson hostesses, 8 p.m. Young Matrons meets Oct. 26 with Mrs. Ferris Hundermark in church parlors at 2:30. Ruth Cirde meets Oct. 27 at home of Mrs. Maurice Aasheim, Mrs. Adela Holland, co-hostess, 2:30. Altar Guild in Fireside room Oct. 27. The Richard Olsons, Council irl born Oct. 4. 1 th'e lt Ola'f "5l- sons, Bode, and Mrs. Mabel Ol- Bluffs, hav EDWARD ALBEE'S IMPORTANT EXCEPTION: NO ONE UNDER 18 WILL BE ADMITTED UNLESS . I ACCOMPANIED BY HIS PARENT. ONLY ONE SHOW DAILY WEEKDAYS 8:00 P.M. SUNDAY PROGRAM BEGINS 2:pO — 4:40 — 7:20 P.M. Admission T- Adults $1.50 Children 50c 85TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED A belated birthday dinner was I uss home in honor of Mrs. Mary Bjornson's 85th birthday. Present were Mrs. Mary Pardun of Clarion, Mrs. John McCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs. Will McCutcheon, Mrs. Lucella Axon, Mr. and' Mrs. Glen Trotter, and Mrs, Jennie Bjornson, of Goldfield and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan. Mrs. Jennie Bjornson remained at the Krauss home for the weekend. ited with Mr. and Mrs. John Danr iels on Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Johnson was a Mason City caller on Friday. Mrs. Addie Hamm visited the weekend with Mrs. Wilma Swensen and family in Mason City. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Kraft and family of Renwiok were guests and Mrs. Hamm re turned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny, of Industry, visited Sunday afternoon with his ther, Mrs. Viola Brown. Cindy Bilbrey and Lon Forese of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Mae Riggle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis and girls of Des Moines spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and held by Mrs. W. B. MacDonald Mrs. Harry Fleming. and Mrs. Kirjj Hayes. Joyce Krfi'bs, Pebble peGroote FIRE PREVENTION WEEK October9 -15 We have grown wilh Iowa and Kossuth County for over 57 years and have actively supported fire prevention at every opportunity. There is no substitute for sound fire prevention practices, Costly fires cannot be blamed on "kick," but ean usually be blamed on human carelessness. A fire loss harms not only the property owner, bill the community as well. FIRES CAN BE PREVENTED OUR JOB Furnish Fire Insurance at a Reasonable Cost, Prompt and Fair Settlement of Claims, Help Prevent Fires Before They Occur, YOUR JOB Don't Neglect Exposed or Faulty'Wiring. Crush All Cigarettes Out — Deud Out. Have Your Furnace Properly Inspected. DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY SINCE 1909 Eugene President V. M, Parsons, Secretary it*

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