Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1965
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low Rock boy delegate to Boy's State • Lent fcdtk — Allan Luedlke, son of the Edward Lucdtkes, Lone Rock, has been choscti to represent the Kcrr-Hammcr- ALLAN LUEDTKE strom Legion at Lone Rock at the Hawkeye Boy's State at Ft. Des Moines June 6-12. He is a junior at Sentral high school and is president of his class. He is a member of the chorus, boy's glee club and small groups. He participates in football, baseball and track. He belongs to the Immanucl Lutheran church and is president of the Walther League and sings in the church choir. He belongs to the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club and is the president, He is also a member of the Kossuth chorus. Allah Marlow, son of Wm. E. ALLAN MARLOW Marlows, has,been chosen as alternate delegate." ^- y He 4 ' plays football, baseball;* basketball and takes part in track. He is a member of the Youth Group of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. HAM PARTY GIVEN A ham party sponsored by the Legion Saturday night was well attended in spite of road conditions. Frank McFall, Fenton, won the door prize, either a hog or the cash. Mrs. Glenn Householder and Mrs, Jamie Jensen won the drawings of $5 each. WED IN MARYLAND Roger Baker, son of the Art Bakers, and Judy Geitzenaucr, daughter of the Delbert Geitzen- auers, Fenton, were married March 13 in the Lutheran church at Ellicott City, Md. His sister, Mrs. Virginia Wubben, went to the wedding. HAVE JOINT MEETING A joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary was held last Monday at the Legion hall. The Auxiliary has a spring conference April 25 at Carroll. The Legion picked the boys to represent their post at Boys State to be held in June. They planned their ham party for Saturday night and also planned to have the entry way improved with ivcw cement to be run soon. Pamela D e a n n Wcgetidf, daughter of the Dale Wegeners, was baptized Sunday at the Presbyterian church by Rev. Fred C. Preiil. Guests ' of the Wegeners were the Harvey Ealhs, Mrs. Doris Hoist and daughters, Yvonne and Yvcttc, Algona. The Willis Cottons went to Spencer Sunday and were guests at their son John's for birthdays of his daughter, Deborah, Mrs. Cottons and his. The A. T. Taylors, DCS Moincs, also were guests. The Richard Laccys, Des Moines, were last week guests of her parents the Art Bakers. The George Harms, Rcdficld, S. D., were weekend guests at Erich Secgebarth's for the sale of her mother's household goods Saturday in the VFW hall at Burt. A large crowd attended the last card party of the season in the Legion hall sponsored by the Auxiliary. Funds from these parties are used to help support a needy veteran's girl and also used to help send a representative to Girl's State. The Frank Flaigs and Roger Jensens attended church Sunday at the Presbyterian church, Algona, for the confirmation of Barbara Jergenson, daughter of Dean Jergensons. They were guests at Dean Jergenson's. Mrs. Willis Cotton was given a birthday party Friday with Mrs. Frank Flaig hostess. Other guests included Mrs. Mclford Mitchell, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mrs. Jim Long had a group of women Tuesday for Mrs. Ruth Krueger's birthday. Guests were Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Mary Gen rich, Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. Henry Schroedcr, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Maude Blanchard and Mrs. Jack Quinn. The Wilfred Radigs and Ted Veras, Buffalo Center, were guests last Sunday of the worn en's mother, Mrs. Rosa Rahm- stock, Lakota, for her birthday. Thursday Mrs. Radig and Dian went to Lakota and helped her mother entertain about 25 for her birthday. A group of women surprised Mrs. Ruth Krueger for her birth day April 3 and brought the lunch. Guests were Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, Mrs, Frank Flaig, Mrs. Mary Genrich and Mrs. Rose Kraft. Last Sunday the Art Persons went to Winnebago for a dinner for Lee Person's 82nd birthday. He is , staying , awhile at, his Daughter, the Milo^Bon^akflf.' The Clarence Krafts "were Sunday guests of the R. G. Bor- chardts at East Chain. Mrs. Rose Kraft worked at the county farm this weekend and has been staying with her daughter, the Jim Walkers. The George Johnsons Sr., Havelock, spent Saturday afternoon at Richard Behrends 1 . The Jamie Jensens arrived at the parental homes, the Robert Hannas and the Roy Jensens Saturday. They are on a three week furlough from the army and their home is at Aberdeen, Md. Lawrence Newbrough who had surgery at the hospital at Estherville returned home Saturday. The Dennis Howes, Shell Rock, spent the weekend at Harold Schmeling's, Whittemore, and at Glenn Householder's. The Harry Cutlers, Algona, visited the E. A. Lees Sunday, Mrs. Mary Genrich left Monday from Mason City for Houston, Texas, where she will spend n month at her soli, the Bernard Genriches. The A. A. Kruegers and Arnold Meyers, Algona, were Sunday guests, at Melvin Meyer's, Swca City. The H. A. Blanchards went Lo Woodward Sunday and visited Lhcir daughter Patricia for her birthday. Jerry Newbrough and David Weber, students at Iowa City, are home for their spring vacation. The Delbert Blanchards, Cedar Falls, stopped at Edward Blanchard's Sunday and then went to Spencer to Gene Blanchard's. The Erich Secgcbarllis went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to the confirmation of Dawn Larson, daughter of the Leon Larsons. Reception for newlyweds at Seneca given Seneca — The Dennis Kennedys were given a wedding reception April 4 at the Legion hall at Bancroft with Mrs. Kennedy is 100 guests, the former Kathryn McPhcanon, Novia Sco tia. Dennis is the son of the Ed Kennedys, former Senccans now living in Bancroft. Nancy nedy registered James Kennedy, Ken- guests. Mrs. Seneca, had poned because of weathef ditions in Milwaukee. MODERN MIX6RS MEET Mrs. Fred Johanncsefi had the Modern Mixers Tuesday afternoon. They voted a gift to the Easter Seal program. Mrs. John Johannescn was birthday member and will be May hostess. The Art Bergums, Ivor Bfef- gums, Raymond Bergums, Jol- Icon Mueller and James flcr- gum, Mankato, were Sunday guests at William Petticord's for Mrs. Petticord's birthday. The Ordean Kabricks had as guests for Marcia's birthday April 8, Carol Hansen, Debbie Johanncsen, Janet Laabs, Karol Jensen, Penny and Kandis Olson, Nancy Dugan, and Ann Foster. Mrs. John Johannescn and the Morris Johannesens went to Minneapolis and were guests of Tilda Johannescn. Mrs. Henry Looft had a "quilting bee" last week, and quiltcrs included Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. August Nelson, Miss Bertha Olsen, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Edna Johahiiesefi, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Leotta Osboffif and Mrs. Ole Pedersen, Mr. Pcdcrsett was a coffee guest. The Henry Loofts were Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona. Blakjer Lutheran Church Women will meet Thursday at the church, Hostesses are Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland. Bible Study and devotions will be by Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Bandages the women are making for Lutheran World Relief are to be turned in at this meeting,, Used clothing is also to be brought. Mrs. Henry Brown, Estherville, was a recent guest at her daughter, Mrs. Charles Beaver's. The Larry Osborns and Shir- Icy Osborn, Fairmont, were Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. Lcona Osborn. The Marvui Lucdtkes were Sunday visitors at Axel Bratlund's, Bancroft. Two Seneca students at Sentral received straight "A's" for the third nine weeks at Sentral community school. They were tJertfiis Bahl, senior, soft of the dhris Dahls, and Linda Ultehs- wang, eghth grade, daughter of the Lawrence Ullefiswahgs. The Alvih Godfredsehs have named their twin sons, Ronald and Robert. They were born March 31 at Estherville hospital. Sisters are Denise 3, and Diane 6. Mrs. Carrie Jensen has been released, from the hospital at Estherville and is now in the Balmer Nursing Home at Esther- vine. Mrs. Jensen fell at Her home at Seneca and broke her right wrist and cracked a collar bone. The iviarlin Liums have a 1 pound 5 ounce girl born April 4 at the hospital at Estherville. She has a brother, Bryon, and two sisters, Lori and Debbie. The Paul Bernhards have a boy born April 8, at St. Ann hospital at Algona, 8 pounds, nam ed Matthew Peter. He has three brothers and four sisters. The Joe Lynches have daughter born April 10 at the hospital at Estherville, 5 Ibs., 4 ozs,, and will be named Kris tina Marie. She has four brothers and one sister. 4-AL60NA ADVANC1 THURSDAY, Prom problem? ASK YOUR DEALER ABOUT "MAYFIELD LABCRATORIES MEDICATED ADDITIVES SEE THESE DEALERS • THIS AREA... 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