Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
Page 11
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Two West Bend farms isolated by floods Tuesday visiting the Lutheran Home for the aged at Perry and the State Institution at Wood- Ward. Jack Schulz went to Water loo Monday to see the daughter Patty Schutz, who has been hos' pitalized there since Saturday when she was injured in the same accident that took the life of Mrs, Clarence Canaday and Mary Cowan, The Schulzes went to Waterloo immediately upon receiving word of the accident, and Mrs. Schulz remained. Pat' ty is recovering. Gerald Schnutt was recently a patient several days at Luther an hospital, Fort Dodge, with a gall stone attack, The Orlan Otts, Waterloo, were weekend visitors at Gerald Schmitt's. The Otts are now living in Wash burn, a suburb ten miles southwest of the city, but are buying a home in the Hiland area and will move later. The Otts were Irvington residents several years, but moved last winter to the Waterloo area. Orlan is employed by the 7-Up Co. Mrs. Anna Eischen, St. Benedict, and sons Marvin and Robert, attended the funeral of Gary Bormann, 3, son of the Roger Bormanns, St. Joe, Monday at St. Joseph's Catholic church at St. Joe. Gary was drowned on Saturday in a well at his home. The well contained 18 inches of water. Anna Eischen is a great aunt of Gary. , Marineus Hansen, staying with harles Reapers here, entered St. Ann hospital April 2 for X,days and treatment, and is still hospitalized. ' Carolyn Kay, four and Vi month old daughter of the Hugh LuVerne musicians at contest April 9-10 LuVerne — On April 9 and 10, vocal and instrumental sttl* dents of LuVerne community school participated.in the small groups contest at Gilmore City. The following ratings were re* ceived: Superior — Linda Daley, me* zo-soprano; Suzanne Dudley, so» prano; Monnie Hanson, trumpet; Luana Leek, alto clarinet; Clara Schnakenberg, clarinet; Elaine Schnakenberg, contralto; Henry Schnakenberg, bass (vocal); Earl Will, clarinet; clarinet quartet, Earl Will, Elaine Schnakenberg Luana Leek, and Linda Nelson Excellent — Suzanne Blake, piano; Jean Casey, flute; Norma Heinen, baritone; Dennis Marty, cornet; Joel Mueller, trombone; Joel Mueller, tenor; David Naffziger, trumpet; Michael Pergande, tenor; Clara Schnakenberg mezzo-soprano; Connie Sennet zer, mezzo-sporano; Duane Will bass (vocal); Gretchen Zentner soprano; baritone trio, Norms ieinen, Le Roy Hanson, and Danny Block; clarinet quartet, Bonnie Sanford, Barbara Hurl- >urt, Coleen Johns and Connie Sclmetzer; Girls' sextet, Coleen Johns, Gretchen Zentncr, onnie Schnetzer, Linda daley Elaine Schnakenberg, and Dawn Lindebak; Mixed double quartet, Suzanne Dudley, Cindi Rugg, Nancy Brink, Kris Merriam, Ron Trauger, Bart Selby, Jerry Bristow and John Wickett; Trumpet quartet, Monnie Hanson, David Natfziger, Dennis Marty and Doug Nelson; Drum duet, Mary Hanselman and Kris Hanselman. Good — Darlene Ericson, flute; Le Roy Hanson, tenor; Bill Wolf, baritone. On Tuesday, April 27, at 7:30, the band and chorus will present a spring concert. The public is cordially invited to attend. Fenton man to be Ames head of journalism Ames — James W. Schwartz will become head of the department of technical journalism al Ames July 1. He will succeed West Bend — In spite of reports that the flood waters are receding two West Bend farms are still isolated. Since" last Thursday milk is being picked up from the Gene Lampe v f arm after it crosses the water in a raft .The Des Moines river is the highest ever (reported Monday) at this point and has washed out a road. The raft on four barrels' is pulled from the farm across water to a road by rope. Bill Ben nett; 'the other stranded farmer, and Mr. Lampe man the rope front one side and neighbors, Wayne Miller, Lyle Kuyper, and Bob JTruellson pull the loaded raft .to a pick up truck driven by George Montag who hauls the milk to the West Bend cream ery. About 27 cans with a capacity of 10 gallons each are hauled on a flat rack to the raft for Loading. The Lampe's have four children of school age at home with them, Tammy, Kim, Doug and Pat. Four other children are staying with friends in West Bend and going to school. They are Cheryl, Cindy, Terry, and LuAnne. '] At the Bennett farm are Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and Mr. Bennett's mother who lives in another house on the farm. The Bennetts can get back and forth to the Lampe farm. Sunday morning both families got mail and the Sunday Register plu groceries delivered to them via the raft. St. Joe pair surprised for 45th wedding St. Joe — The John B. Redings were surprised Sunday for their 45th wedding at a dinner at their son, the Donald Redings. Other children hosts were the Marvin' Redings, Maurice Redings, Ed Redings, Don Illgs, Har old Friders and son Howard, St Joe, the Delmer Redings, Al gona. They also have another daughter, Sister Mary Madeline O.S.F., Holy Ghost Convent, Du buque, and 32 grandchildren. Guests were' the Nick Reding and John Weyderts, Algona Bernard Devines, Crystal Lake and grandson Jackie Gray, Lake City, the Ted Wagners, Liver more, George Wagners, Frank Redings, Mrs, Adeline Wagner and Donnie, the Orville Wagners and Sylvester Wagners. The Redings were married in St. Joseph's Catholic church on April 20, 1920, and farmed here until they retired to St. Joe. SHOWER IS GIVEN Lorine Berte was given a prenuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall. The afternoon wa? spent playing 500 with Mrs, Ted' Wagner, and Margaret Reidmiller receiving prizes. Mrs. Ray Thilges received the door prize. Miss Berte, daughter of the Joe Ber< tes Sr. will marry Charles G. Albrecht, son of the Edward Albrechts, Clare, April 24 in St. Joseph's church. John Berte is a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hos. pita! in Fort Dodge, having had surgery Tuesday. Sylvester Erpelding returned Wednesday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a medical patient since Friday. Carol Erpelding, Denver, Colo., pame Friday morning for four days with her parents, the Francis Erpeldings. The John Thuls had birthdays April 2 and April 9 with a fam ily dinner in their home Saturday- The Orville Wagners, Mjry , 8ft4 Barbsrai were Saturday sup- pey guests at Nick Reding's, Al gona. Other guests were the Ted Wagners, Ljyermpre, Luke Me- Guires, Burt, and George Baases Wbittemore. It was birthdays o Mrs. Luke McGuire an4 Oryill Wagner. on Blacks, was baptized Sunday at the First Methodist church in Algona. Mrs. Black's parents, the Ed Haggs, had the Blacks as guests. Mrs. Robert Black returned Sunday from St. Ann hospital, where she has been hospitalized for two weeks with a bleeding ulcer. She is now recuperating slowiy at her home. Marilyn Black, daughter of the Robert Blacks, came Saturday for her Easter vacation. She attends Cedarville college at Cedarville, Ohio. LuVERNE HONOR LuVerne — Collyn Denio, son of the Burtis Denies of Lu Verne, was recently one of 13 men at the State University o: Iowa to be initiated into Alphs Kappa Psi professional busines .traternity. , Five get all" A's" at twin Rivers school Livermore — The 3rd quarter honor roll for the Twin Rivers chool was announced last week ,vith five students from all four classes getting straight "A's". They were freshman Linda Vos>erg, sophomore David Hoyt, uniors Bob Roethler and Liz Wickre and senior Judy Garman. Others on the honor roll include the following: Freshmen — Steve Bergum, Janice Bjordal, Kathy Jacobson, raig Kinseth, Cynthia Lempke, Douglas Logue, Dale Rossing, Marjorie Thompson and Marlyce Tompkins. Sophomores — Carlene Han son, Dennis Kissinger, Barbara Kozajda, Roberta Rolland, Trudy Rossing, David Smith, Geri Vedvik, and Richard Zeimet. Juniors — Jerry Berge, Bob Cooper, Meg Holmes, Virginia Kemna, Edward Miller, Joyce Morey, Kathy Myers, Terry Nel son, Peggy Olson, Renee Pool and Marilyn Zeman. Seniors — Margaret Bakken ,, VT nf .rr.l>ir> r.1-, rt u/ t m •"•! r^ r , r M Ronda Barton, Bob Bjordal, athy Collins, Kristie Erdman )avid Graaf, Don Gronbach Hary Hawkins, Cracia Kraabel Esther Mackintosh, Mary Miller Rita Nielsen, James Oppedahl lynthia Rolland, Gloria Tofte berg, and Virginia Tompkins. Carl Hamilton who will become director of university relations at that time. Approval of the Schwartz appointment was announced 1'ri- day by the State Board of Regents. The new department head has been a member of the Iowa State staff since 1945. In 1961 he served as acting head of the department. A native of Fenton, where he was graduated from high school in 1933, Schwartz received the B.S. degree in 1941 and the M.S. degree hi I960 from Iowa State. He was editor and manager of the Fenton Reporter during 1933-36, editor attd manager of the Denison Review in 1938-39, editor of the Marian Tribune in 1941-42, and editor and publisher of the Rockwell City Advocate during 1942-45 except for a period ot military service. All are Iowa weekly newspapers. As an Iowa State student, Schwartz was editor and sports editor of the Iowa State Daily student newspaper, and was elected to Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma Delta, Sigma Delta Chi and Cardinal Key honor and professional societies. He also is a member of Alpha Zeta honorary, the Association for Education in Journalism and the Northwest lladio-T e 1 e v i s i o n News Association. He was president of the latter group in 195960. He was for a time news editor for WOl and WOI-TV. AUXILIARY LUNCHEON St. Ann hospital Auxiliary will hold its annual spring luncheon at the Algona Country Club April 27 at 6:4D p.m. Speak er will be James McMahon, who will tell of his experiences with the Fedral Bureau of Investiga tion. Members and guests should make reservations by calling Mrs. Miles Sloniker (295-3811 or Mrs. Elmer Walter (295-5980 by Saturday, April 24. Mrs. John Dole and Mrs. Elmer Walter ar ALGONA (tew«J ADVANCI-J THURSDAY, APRIL 15, co-chairmen, voichick is Auxiliary. Mrs. William president of Nathe WANT TO BUY — Cobs direct from corn sheller. Don Marty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn FOR RENT — Modern 3 bedroom house near LuVerne. Don flarty, LuVerne. Ilw25tfn •laiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiift LU VERNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY Use Advance Want Ads ENTERPRISE CAFE Featuring Home Baked Goods. Orders To Go. 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The Clyde Dudleys and Susan united with the E.U.B. church at LuVerne Palm Sunday by letter. .They ha've attended in Lu Verne for several years, but were members of the Presbyterian church at Lohrville. Easter Sunday they will have as guests the Rev. Ralph Hindmans and the Melvin Martys. Mrs. Sophia Lenz, Garner, visited a few days last week with her daughter, the John Schnak- enbergs. She went with the Lutheran Women, LuVerne, on a bus tour. They spent last week BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY Watch Out for Jiwestmfnt! When tornado warnings or . Ipther storm warnings go out, you can be sure your 'investment in your farm is safe, with insurance. BLOSSOM Insurance Agency M7M NUT DUNKING DAY SATURDAY, APRIL 17 at NIELSEN'S D-X SERVICE LuVerne, Iowa FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS — MANY VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES ALSO BY POPULAR DEMAND THE GOODYEAR Tire Sale YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR All Tires Priced Ta Save You $ S $ SPECIAL CLOSE OUT PRICES ON ALL 1964 TREAD DESIGNS TRADE SLIP for GRIP! Don't Wat. 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