Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 25, 1965
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Shower at Burt given recent bride Burf — A miscellaneous shower for Audrey Curtis was held Jan. 18 at Burt Methodist church. Marsha Curtis had the guest book. Program chairman was Lavina Devitie. Charlene Curtis gave a reading. Robert Devine sang accompanied by Velma Lavrenz. Roberta Ackerman gave a reading, and a play was given by Velma and a group of school children. Assisting with gifts were Mrs. Clifford Curtis, Marsha Curtis and Marlys Curtis. Maree Bahnson poured. Hostesses were Lydia Manns, Velma Dixon, Phyllis Wiener, Ivy Woltz, Helen Steward, Thelma Meister, Marion Westling, Ruby Hinckley, Arlene Manus, Kate Grocn, Velma Lavrenz, Viola Cunningham, Donna Haase, Gladys Doege, Barbara Harms, Murial Ackerman, Lavina Devine, Dorothy McFarland, Aleeda Harms, Maree Bahnson, Palma Holding, Beulah Davis, Clara Rentz, Eva Shipler, Rose Me- Guire, Millie Bahling, Frances Dittmer, Ruth Long, Helen Johnson, Arlene Marlow, Elda Diets, Mary Jo Gifford and Dorothea Meier. Audrey Curtis and Dennis Johnson were married Jan. 23 in Burt Methodist church, Rev. M. C. Davies officiating. They will live in Lincoln, Neb., where he is stationed in the air force. PRIZES AWARDED There were 500 at the open house and dollar day Jan. 19 at Burt Co-op elevator. Free coffee and donuts were served all day. Each received pop corn, peanuts, pencils and a gift. Door prizes were won by 27: Maree Bahnson, Jack Davis, Algona, Orville Holdren, Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Wm. Meister, Mrs. Harley Hanson, Roscoe Stewart, Harris Harms, Duane Hinckley, Floyd Eggert, Mrs. Jess Harms, Edward Foert- Sch, Viola fiecker, Duane Dili- mer, Godfrey Geilenfeld, Jack TfUfikhill, Sarah Stewart, Victor Fitch, Mary Jane Dugan, Harold Andreason, Dick Lavrcnz, Judy Filch, Joyce Reuizel, Ronald Gardner, J. P. Steven, Herman Sodcrbcrg and Korenc Fitch. LIONS CLUB MEETS Burt Lions club met Monday in the Legion hall with 30 muni- 'bets and a guests. Tnc commit- jtee serving me 6:30 dinner was Cclia Scott, Genavcve spry, Dorothy BccKer and Mary JNCISOII. Darrcll Davis gave a inrec minute talk on tlic beginning 01 Lionism. Attendance arawttig I was won by Harley Hanson. Richard Hopxins was inducted |into the cluo by Pros. Patterson. Report by the calendar committee that all calendars snouiu oo delivered by now. lucre arc extra calendars available u anyone wishes one. bpeaKcr was 'District Governor Miles Slonikcr, Algona, who gave a lain on tne Lions sight program. MARCHES IN PARADE Bill Hamilton, son 01 the Bob Hanultons, spent several clays in Washington, D. C. He is a iresli- man at ihe university at Vermillion, S. D. The 3'2 members ot the Pershlng Rillc Drill 'icam. ot the university marched in tne inaugural paraue. Tney went to Wasmngton, D. C. by plane. The Donald Mitchells spent Jan. 23-24 in Austin, Minn., at Hoy Williams'. Bruce Birkemeyer is rooming at the W. W. boettclicr home in Burt. He is the new teacncr at Scntral high school. He is a December graduate oi Mankato State and has been hired to teach American and World history. Dean Knudson, former Burt high school teacher, resigned at Sentral school and will oe larm manager near Sioux Falls, S. D. The lamily moved Dec. 31. They lived on a farm near Kenton lor over a year while he taught school at Scntral. The Legion Auxiliary will have charge of the March or Dimes drive, which should be Engaged MR. AND MRS. Edward Maahs, Whittemore, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ella Rae, to Tilllord Egland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Egland, Cylinder. Miss Maahs is employed at the Assessors Office, Kossuth County court house and Mr. Egland is engaged in farming. 'The wedding will take place Feb. 28 at St; Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. Glenn's Studio Photo sent in by Feb. 7. The heart campaign Cor funds..will be taken care of in February. The Ladell Olsons canie from Ohio Jan. 19 with their trailer house and are located on the Louis Scott lots. He assists Larry Holding in the dairy business and they'both attend junior college at Einmetsburg in the atter- noons. Mrs. Holding has attended junior college since September. • Pvt. Raymond' Spry returned to Fort Gordon, (ia., after a 30 day vacation at his parents, the Chas. Sprys, He • went by plane from Mason City. Burt Woman's club is again conducting the Girl Scout drive for donations. The club will the annual Guest Night Feb. with a 7o'clock dinner at Methodist church. Make reserva* lions with Beth Miller by Friday 4 noon. U & 1 Circle will have its an« nual banquet Jan. 28 at Cunning' ham Tea Room. Those who can not attend please notify Marion Westling by Tuesday noon. Fidchs class meets Jan. 2| with hostesses Lcfie McMullen and Etta Holdren. Lorena Iloark has the program. Methodist Adult club soup supper 5 to 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27. Adults 75c—8 and under 50c. I The Donald Tietzcs have a 7 Ib. 15 oz. daughter Lisa Lynne, born Jan. 19 at St. Ann hospital. Grandparents arc the John Pullara, Tampa, Ma., and Rudy Tietzes, Burt. Mrs. John Pullara, Tampa, Fla. came by plane Sunday tor several weeks at Donald Tietz's. Relatives met her at the Mason City airport. The Robert Sarchets and Roy Sarchets visited several days in Des Moines at Olaf Romstad's, Mrs. Romstad was formerly Louise Sarchet. Cub Scout pack meeting will be held Jan. 29 at the school lunch room. To sell 60,000 bushels sealed corn | Approximately 60,00 bushels of CCC bin site stored corn are being offered for sale on the' basis of sealed competitive bids! All bids for the purchase of this corn must be received in the County ASCS Office on or be : fore 3 p.m. Jan. 27. Prospective bidders may make arrangements to examine the grain being offered for sale. All inter-' ested in bidding on the sale of j this grain should contact the, County Office for complete in : formation and forms on which to submit offers. , The first news cartoon of "Uncle Sam" appeared in the New York Latern, a comic weekly, on March 13. 1852. lumberyard incorporated atLedyard Ledyard — Proceedings were started Jan. 11 for the Ledyard Lumber Company, It will be located in the building formerly occupied by the Rock Island Company. It will be locally owned and will be managed by Harold Herzog, manager of the Rock Island yard for 20 years. Harold Warner who has been there 17 years will also be employed. Original plans were to seii snares publicly, but this would delay operation. AUXILIARY DONATES The Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday, hrofit irom lunches Santa Claus day was divided equally between the Department Supply Shelf and Woodward. The money for Woodward will be used to purchase a tricycle, the third sent by the unit this fall. Mrs. John Richardson reported 1,342 coffee . strips and labels had been sent in. The annual card party was held Saturday. Funeral services were held Jan. 16 for George William Hottman, 67, father of Byron Horlman, Hale. Surviving are his wife and six children, four brothers and one sister; also .ten grandchildren. Services were at Wyoming, Iowa, with burial in the Hale townsnip cemetery. Edwin Schwartz and Maurice Keil were ordained as deacon and elder by the Rev. Victor Vriesen at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church sun- day. They replace Marvin Blome and Irvin Brandt on the consistory. Others elected were Sunday School Supt., Mrs. Arlowe Blome; assistant, Mrs. Earl Jorgenson; sec.-treas., Mark McCoy; and Youth Counselors, the Leon McCoys. Two from hero it IMWIwn Fathfcf JEdwWd Mdson of Gfif< rigan and James McMahon at' tended a meeting in Storm Lake, Sunday, regarding the Papal Volunteers .for Latin America program, Mr, McMahon and Dr. i>. J, Shey are members of the committee to promote the activities of the MVLA program in this area. Three of tne 3ab American lay volunteers now working in Latin America are from tne Algona area, Mary Jo Haag, Whittemore, Kay uean, Harms, Whittemore, and David tox, bancrott, Speaker at tne I Storm Lake meeting was Lucile Stunrenberg tt.N, wno worKs at the same post in Manaus, brazil, with Miss Haag. Miss Muhreu- berg will return to tms work on Jan. 30. Plans were discussed at the Storm Lake meeting lor making the lay volunteer program, inaugurated by rope John XX111 better known throughout the Catholic Diocese of aioux City. Organizations interested in a oO minute slide-program explaining the program oi aid to latin America can contact Fatn- er Mason,- Mrs. McMahon or Dr. Sney. SWEA EAGLE Mrs. Kenneth Brones Visitors with Mrs Mervin Johnson 'following her return from the hospital were the Harold Krantzes and Mrs Dan-el Bishop and Carmen. Sunday, her parents, the Cecil Godfred- sons, Humboldt, who brought the Johnson daughters, Karidis arid Lisa, and at the W ,E. Stows, for the past 10 days. Sunday Mrs Nels Godfredson and Mrs Ed Godfredson and children were callers, and evening guests were the Elvin Swansons. Mrs Darrel Bishop took her daughter Carmen to Gilmore City Monday to visit grandpar- ents, Rev and Mrs S. Hammer. Another granddaughter, Kim* berly Nelson, Vertnillidn, S, D., is also visiting there this week, Rev and Mrs Duane Kelson are in Dodgeville, WiS,, this week, prior to moving there in a month where he will be pastor of a Lutheran church. The Henry Feddersens, Dd« liver, were Sunday callers at Chris Feddersen's. .The Russell Sprayers, Ceylon, Minn., were Friday callers at Kenneth Brones'. Sunday visitors with the Jay Brones at ^ Lakeview Home in Fairmont were the Oscar Flu- gums, Albert Lea, Gordon Isen- bergs, of Fairmont, and Mervin Kelleys, Bertha. Minn. The Kelleys are former area folks. Mrs Kelley was Florence Johnson, who made her home with an aunt and uncle, the Ed Ham- I-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JAN. M, 1WJ monds. The Dale Davises, Iowa City, were Saturday and Sunday vis* itors at Darrel Bishop's, NEW GUILD OFFICERS Newly appointed officers of the St, Thomas Episcopal Guild Board of Directors are Mrs How* ard Long, president; Mrs Nat Bangs, vice president; Mrs Jack Fraser, asst. sec.; Mrs Jack Chr* ischilles, treasurer; Mrs Hollis Benschoter, asst. treas. The Guild met Thursday Jan. 21 at the home of Mrs Ed Gilmore. Lela Gardner and Mary Fraser were hostesses and Mrs, Murray Mowers presented the pro* gam. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE) Now . . ." available in foo markets throughout North Central Iowa ... 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