Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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VK * f hrcutsof Belmond storm port p-Rollin his parents, Heards re- tlie .Claude Heardsj Belmond, had extensive damage to his barber shop and to their home, which was a block' s&uth of main street in the 'tornado that struck there Friday afternoon. They are now living with a daughter, the Joe Knights, in.tJnion. ' Donna'Bleich, who-teaches in Motine, 111., spent the weekend at 'the parental Frank Bleich's. ''Mrs. Marie Doughan had her contract bridge club Saturday: Mrs. Bettie Bode won high score. Mrs. Viola Studer plans to have the club Oct. 28. Frank Johnson was moved to the Britt hospital, Oct. 11 from Mercy hospital, where he had • been four weeks following a stroke. {There was no school at Garrigan Monday following the football game, carnival and smorgasbord held there Sunday. , ,The : Harold Floms, 1 x Langford, N. D., spent a week here recently visiting his relatives. H.^adine Engen, taking her senior year of..,radiology ,at Merc"; hospital, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at the parental Paul Engen's. The Glen Johnsons and 3- months-olC son Glen, Algona, also spent the weekend at the ; parental Paul Engen's. " 'Paul Goetz, stationed at.Offutt air fforce base, Omaha; spent the weekend at the parental George Goetz's Sunday guests were the Frank Kirsches, Algona, Tom Rerner, Whittemore, and Arlene Goetz, Algona. The Lou Goetz- es, Britt, were afternoon callers. The Bill Loebigs, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend at the parental iWilfred Loebig's; Sunday guests at Will Martin- 'ek's 'vere the Harold Martineks, Kin? and Jerry, for birthdays of Mrs. Will Martinek and her granddaughter Kim. Several neighbor women had coffee with Mrs. Martinek Saturday for her birthday. The Wilfred Loebigs and Gary plan to go to Minneapolis Oct. 23 ,to visit their son the Craig Loebigs. Gary will be godfather at the baptism of his niece, Vic- ki'Michelle, born Oct;^ to the Craig Loebigs, who now have a family of one son and two daughters. , Mrs. Justine Becker and Joyce were Sunday guests of their daughter and sister Mrs. Allen Vaske and family, Bancroft, for the ninth birthday of Rose. Marie Vaske, A group of classmates had a birthday party that afternoon. Dean Basinus women's wHk I* f . Hie" Algdna.JUsitte^s and f«ssiottal Women's club is .observing National Business Worn- en's .Wfeek ( ,Oetobe> 16-22, Several members attended the district -f«ll ^meeting .' at 'HumboUH .Oct. 16. Fun Night was held at Leona Smith's home Oct. 17, and a breakfast will be held at the Algona hotel Thursday at 7 a.m., to conclude •events for , local club menlbers. Objectives Include elevating standards ifor women in business and the professions, and extend opportunities.- program is presented at Titonka club Titonka — Federated club met Thursday -»t Clarine Boyken's with Doris Sathoff assisting. The prograin ; was a musical presentation i "A Nigh^pniBroad- ivay." Guest entertainers were Syron Henn, vocal teacher in Titonka, the Loren Larsons, .music and elementary teachers in Buffalo Center. Club members Trudy Budlong, Belen Schuster, Fern Boekelmah, Be$ty \Krantz, Shirley Amesbury, Virginia OrtheJ.and Delores Fox presented vocal numbers and dialogue of "My Fair Lady" and 'Carousel." Accompanist at the piano was; Shirley Boyken. Guests were Mrs. Russel Patterson, Burt, and Mrs. 'Leonard Blbert, Whittempre, president of Kossuth Womens Club. • 08 Iron fiurt tike tour to Perry Hone Bort — Thirty-three from Burt took the chartered bus tour to .Perry Oct. .13, leaving at 7 .a.m. and returning at 6 p.m. This trip was planed by the Aid of St. John's Lutheran church. They toured the Lutheran Home for the Aged, the Kraft Shop, the Peggy Ann Candy shop and had dinner at The Rib. In Fort Dodge they visited the shopping center and the Hobby and .Kraft Shop, AT HOUSEWARMING Oilman, John and Helen Schwietert, Lorena Roark and Jane Barslou spent .Sunday at Leon Meyer's, north of Ceylon, Minn. The Meyers just their new house moved into and a housewarming and family reunion was held. Mrs. Meyer is a niece of the Schvvieterts and also -present were her parents, the Melvin Hunts, Dolliver, and- sons, Marvin, home on a month's leave after spending a year in Viet Nam, and William, employed at the Monsanto Chemical.Co. in St. Louis, also her sister, the Marlin Mosloskis and Michelle, East Chain, Minn. Other,guests were Margaret Sehacherer, Walling- i'prd, aril the .Marvin Millers, Graettinger. Rickes had as Sunday guests her parents, the Tony Trcas, and her brother the Anton Trcas, Duncan. Harlan Bonnstetter, West Bend, was an afternoon caller. Irene Hanig returned to her work in the postoffice Monday. She had been ill several weeks. Mrs. H. Hemmingsen substituted for her. The David Kleins went to Des Moines Saturday for a banker's convention. The L. H. Kleins, who have spent the summer in th'e|r cottage at Spirit Lake, spent the time with their grandchildren. The local bank was closed Tuesday so other employees could attend the convention. They are Mr. Wenger, Steve Daughan and Joyce Becker. The Ernest Petersons .moved recently from Titonka into the home they bought from the Robert Klyns. The Klyns moved to Britt where they publish the Town and Country Advertiser. The L. L. Leases spent several days with their son the Loren Leases at Newton. Mrs. Justine Becker and Jane visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Brcka at Forest City on Oct. 12. Grimed cMMnn's dhdc Friday The annual Crippled Children's clinic will be held Friday, Oct. 21 at Lucia Wallace school frpm 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The clinic is free to anyone in Kossuth county and the surrounding area_. Sponsored by the American Lejiion Auxiiary, a Jieht lunch, coffee and cookies will be served. Anyone wishing to donate cookies for the clinic, may contact Joan Mueller, Algona. LEAVES FQR VIET NAM A1C Norm Frank recently returned from a two-weeks course in aircraft cargo loading at the Sheppjrd AFB, Texas. He leaves Friday, Oct. 21, for two days of M-16 autqrnptic rifle trajniijg at Hamilton AFB, CaUf. Tuesday, FAREWELL PARTY A group of 32 neighbors and relatives met at .Ernest Peterson's Tuesday .for a farewell .for the Petersons who moved Saturday to the home they purchased in Wesley; Guests 'brought the lunch, and presented the Petersons a gift of money. ' ,The October P. T. A. meeting was held Oct.. 17 and speaker was Kay Little, psychologist for the Northern Iowa Mental Health Center. Ledyardhas shower for October bride Ledyard—Roberta AVentworth was given a shower at the Methodist .church Oct. 7. Mrs. George Werih'ga had the program. Mrs. William. Bauman had devotions, two piano selections were played by Kaye Engelbarts. Kathy Christ, Dorothy Christ and Diane Sheldahl gave a skit and Mrs. Weringa gave a prayer. Helping with gifts were her sisters, Mrs. Delbert Schealler and Mrs, Maurice Blair. Mrs. Fred Munyer, Mrs. Herman Goetz, Mrs. Ervin KUnksiek and Mrs. Harold Warner had the decorations. Mrs. Albert Looft and Mrs. Cecil -Pingel were in charge of the kitchen, Mrs. Christ Engelbarts and Mrs. Amos Kessel were dining room hostesses and Mrs. Ray Curtis, Elmore, poured coffee and Kathy^Christ and Diane Kessel poured punch. Gail Bauman had the'guest book. October 9 a shower was given at the home of the bridegroom's AT HYMN FESTIVAL The F. ,C. Soderbergs, Lance Rieibhoffs, A. iCr iffinokleys, Mrs. Helen Vogel, F. L. Ryersons, Seliva..-Clifton, the Walter Oamp- neys, Rev. Art Gampneys, Gilmore City, attended the Hymn festival at Good Hope church • *•*•**••«*•**•*•••**«•«* DAVID RASMUSSEN San Antonio, Tox, — Airman Pavid R. Rasmussen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Rasmussen, of Hurt, has been selected for technical training at l Amarillo AFB, Texas, as a U; S. Air Force supply specialist. The airman recently completr ed basic training ; at Lackland AFB, Texas. iHis new school is part of the Air Training Command which .conducts hundreds of specialized courses jto provide technically itrainech personnel for the nation's aerospace force. , Airman Rasmussen .was gradu ated fr>m the Burt Community high school lin 1961 and attended the University of lowja. He received his ;B. S. degree in business administration .in/1966 from Simpson college, Indianola, Iowa. are visiting Mrs. Florence Bagby and the Walter^tewards. Fen ton: Sentral They went 4o Mason City Satur-1 had its annual 4-AL60MA (l«w«) ADVANCI THUIUDAY, OCT. 20, 1*66 the parental Gebrge Ko&stler's. !thfe <?ari Lbvstads, Duluth, Miiin.<vikited kit week at their daughter, thfc , Geo. Koastlers. Mo.tday the Lovstads and Koest- lefs Were in Roshe&ter. Mrs. Koistle? had a ohck up at the hospital They also visited Lester Lovstads, Stewartville, Minn. ; A birthday dinner was held Oct. 15 at Phil Puffer's home in Corwith in honor .of Mrs. Vefle Elniore, Algona. Those present were Mrs. Phil ^Puffer, Mta, Verle Elmore and Kristi, Mrs. Larry Manus, Lori, Danny and Kurt, Mrs. George Marius, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, Mrs. Anna Meyer and Mrs. Etta Holdren. . The Kent Jlyersons spent Saturday at Frank Ryerson's for their birthdays. The Kent Ryer- sons showed colored slides of their recent'California .-trip. > The J. L. Millers attended the reception at Titonka Methodist church for the Gregory 'Millers Oct. 16 and dinner at the Clarke Miller home. i The jWalter Campneys and J., L. Millers attended the play St. Joan by a professional troupe from California at the Titonka Methodist church Oct. 15. wins 25, he departs for T§n Son •Nhut AFB, Saigon, Viet Nam.- He will serve one year in Viet Mrs. Olga from here Wentworth aunt in Fairmont, Johnson. Attending were Mrs. Harold and Brenda, Mrs. Maurice Blair, and girls, Mrs. Delbert Schealler, Burt, and Mrs. Ethel Kessel, Elmore. Tuesday evening Cora and Lucy Warner, Blue Earth, gave a shower attended by 12 former neighbors of the Wentworths. She will marry Michael Koons, Swea City, Oct. 22 at ,the Swea City Baptist church. DATE CLASS PLAY Ledyard — The Junior Class play, "Dear Diary" will be given October 28 at 8 p.m. The cast includes Marlene Johnson, Wayne Logemann, Judy Blome, Lynn Munyer, Roxy Bauman, Bill Johnson, Shirley Keefe, Marvin Johnson, Ella Beck, Jane SSmmons- meier, Ray Govern, Joyce Berg, Pat Krebsbach and Alan Johnson. Jim Engelbarts is the lighting technician and Darwin Sjmith prompter. MEETING POSTPONED U»dy*rd — The Ljedyayf d p. T. 0. meeting scheduled for Oct. 24 has been changed to Oct. 25 at 8. Room visitation wiU precede meeting at 745. The keg lxe#d the wi|fc toe Myrpn guidance counselor, will discuss his worfe am) a discussion of the Oct. 16. Dr. Charles Hempstead, Cedar Rapids, of the liturgical commission of the hymnal committee led the singing and explained the hymns. He worked on this committee 1,500 hours with.no pay. All on-the committee worked without remuneration. This is an international hymnal and all hymns are in a lower key and easier to sing, and also easier to see because Of the dark typing. NAMED BAND QUEEN Norma, daughter of the Jesse Harms, was crowned homecoming queen Oct. 14. She is president of the senior class, president of the band, soloist, in mixed chorus, girls glee club, members of marching and concert bands and alternate of football cheerleaders. DATE UNICEF DRIVE This year the boys and girls of Burt will be going door to door after school Halloween, October 31 to collect for UP^ICEF. A ( little money goes a long way to aid unfortunate children. The Jack Trunkhills have a 7 Ib. 9% oz. daughter Susan Kay born Oct. 12 at the hospital in Britt. They have a son Scott, 2. Qrandparents are the M. J. Trunkhills, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Fenton. Great grandparents are the Anthony Jandls, Mrs. Ettrtma Dreyer, Algona, and John Sohal- lin at Wilfair Rest Haven. The Jack Fergusons, San Di ego, Calif, were guests Oct. 15 of Mrs. Qladys Hawcott, They had spent a month visiting relatives on the East Coast and Detroit Lakes, Minn. They ited ^former neighbors at Austin and Fairmont, Minn., Swea City, Burt and Algona. They lived in Swea City before moving to San Diego some time ago. The Homecoming parade with floats by all grades which was cancelled Friday because of the weather was held Monday at 2:30 p.m. The 1st prize float was "Barium — elements of Victory" by the junior class; 2nd float, "It's Time for Victory", sophomore class; 3rd prize, "Bug 'em" by the seniors. The traveling trophy was won by 3rd and 4th grades with float "Tramp Thompson," The Robert Sarohets returned Thursday from Dayton, Ohio. 1 They sipent a month at their son David's; The Kossuth TB and Health Assn. meeting will be held Oct. 21 at the Algona hotel. There will be a noon luncheon. Material kits will be given to workers. day to visit Mrs. Steward at .Mercy hospital. Mrs. Bagby will spend the winter in Huron, *S. D. with her daughter, Mrs. Mike Schmidt. The Schmidts came for her Saturday. Mrs. Frances Elkins, Spencer, who teaches in 'Bancroft visited Wednesday with iMrs. Jessie Rash and Mrs. Lottie Isenberger and attended the turkey supper. The Larry (Cummings family will be stationed at Camp Le Jeune near Jacksonville. The moving van will take their household goods Oct. 21. ; i '; Patricia Zwiefel and, Donald Mugan,. Emmetsburg, were guests Saturday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. The Rev. Arthur Campneys, Gilmore City were guests Oot 16 at the parental Walter Campney's and attended the hymn festival at Good Hope. Mrs. Walter Campney, .vice president of Spencer District of the North Ipwa Conference, was speaker at the Fostoria Methodist church Oct. 18 WSCS meeting. Mrs. Thecla Christens'en was a guest Sunday at the ^Clifford Krantz home in Titonka. • Vioki Koestler, student at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend game and dance high school' homecoming Friday. The game was won by the Sentral team a gainst Woden-Crystal Lake in spite of the weather. The half-time performance by the Sentral marching band had to be canceled along with the pre-game ceremonies of crowning the queen and king. The crowning took place after the game in the gym before the homecoming crowd. Hollie Krause was the queen and Mike Lee the king. They were crowned by last year's queen, Patty Kunke, and king, Perry Elimers. Hollie and Mike are seniors at Sentral. Hollie is in basketball, and Mike is on Sentral's football squad. . . , Your savings with us are now insured up to $15,000.by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an agency of the United States Government. Congress has passed;and the : President has signed.legis-1 lation, effective immediately, whichwill proyidethisadditional protection. So now, in addition to sound .management and substantial reserves, you'have this added protection (up to $1,5,000) by;a U:S. Government agency, when you place your savings with<us. Remember, NO ONE HAS EVER LOST A PENNY in a savings account insured by the FSLIC. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15th — EamiFrom The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Sayings .Accounts insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation .•••'': of Washington, D.C. MEMBEROFTHESAVINGSANDLOANFOUNDATION,SPONSOROFTHIS:ADVERTISEMENTIN ' .TIME, BUSINESS WEEK, U. S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT. 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