Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 10
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*—AUS6NA (laws) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APFtll 22, 10 Missouri duo midts, Lone Rock. Janet Walker, Marion, spent the weekend with her parents, the Ralph Walkers. Frieda Schatibcrgcr, Atlantic, was a Good Friday guest of her brother, the Carl Schaubcr- gers. Band Mothers at Fenton elect TOP ATTRACTION for the Algona Home Show will be the "Gales Sisters" of Springfield, Mo. They will present a Whirlwind act Saturday afternoon and evening. Miss Iowa, Carol Lyn Johnson, will be the featured attraction Friday afternoon and evening. The Madrastics of the Algona high'school will also entertain that day. - Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Lone Rock, Monday was elected I president of the Sentral Band |Motlicrs for the 1965-66 school i year. Other new officers are Mrs. DcLond Voettcler, vice, Mrs. Norman Larson, trcas., and Mrs. R. D. Eldridgc, sec. New | board members elected are Mrs. I Kay Pricbc, Mrs. Merle Voigl, Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, and Mrs. Ralph Hammcrstrom. The Band Mothers arc buying senior pins to be presented later to the senior band members. Plans were made for serving the annual Junior-Senior banquet Apr. 25 at the Sentral high school. Fenlon, Burl boys fo to Washington Fenton — James Voigt, son of the Gerald Voigts, Fenton, is one of two delegates from the Algonquin Chapter of the Children of the American Revolution who left Monday for a convention at Washington, D. C. The other CAR member making the trip is John Patterson, Bitrt. The boys received the trip as state officers of the organization. Their schedule includes visits to historic sites in Philadelphia, Valley Forge, Gettysburg, and Washington. The boys are invited to attend a tea at the White House. They will also attend a session of Congress. Mrs. Don Patterson, Burt, state senior president of the CAR, will also take part in the convention. Dorothea WSCS Circle met Wednesday at Mrs. Ray Zwiefel's, Mrs. Lillian Nichols co-hostess. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber led the meditation, and Mrs. Charles Newel had the program with Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Ray Zwiefel, and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod assisting. Virginia WSCS Circle met Tuesday at .Amanda Kern's, Mrs. Clarence Yager co-hostess. The worship was led by Mrs. Russell Eldridge, and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast had the program. Wdnesday the Marlys WSCS met in the Methodist church basement, with Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. Derwood Voigt hostesses. The worship was led by Mrs. Merle Voigt, and Mrs. Lyle Newel had the program. North Circle of St. John's Lutheran* church, Depew, met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Robert Burkgren's with two guests. Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave the devotions, and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke had the lesson. The Richard Stuckis, Spencer, spent Tuesday in Fenton visiting. Callers last Monday at Anna Meyer's home were the Walter Krauses, Gus Krauses, Mrs. Elsie. Dreyer, and Mrs. Emma Radig. It was Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Mrs. Anna Meyer and Elsie Meyer were April 11 guests at Victor Meyer's, Ottosen, for Jo Ellen Meyer's confirmation. Other guests were the M. F. Meyers, Ottosen, Edgar Meyers, Algona, and Paul Meyers, Rut land. Guests of the Marold Schleis Easter were Mrs. Gelena Zwiefel and Arlo, the Earl Zwiefels, Mrs. Morris Bilsborough, Claude and Lewis, and Herman Harms- es Jr., all Titonka; and the Edw. Schleis. The Robert Burkgrens visited their parents, the Clarence Carlsons, Cowrie, and Obed Burk- grens, Dayton, over the Easter weekend. Guests of the Gerhard Hantel- mans Sunday were the Merle Voigts, Burnett Heines, William Hantelmans, Ed Bruhns, and Martin Hantelmans. Sunday guests of the Clarence Bierstedts were the Rev. Rex Spicers and Kathy Devan, their guest from New York, the Parrell Dreyers and Clarence Bierstedts Jr. The Arnold Hantelmans were Sunday guests of the Norman Bellingers. The Donald Priebes were Sunday guests of Mrs. Vivian Butterfield, Swea City. The Charles Feyes, Lyndon Kerbers and Carl Feyes were Easter guests of the Harold Wehrspans. Friday the Clarence Wege- ners, Marlin Wegeners, and Mrs. Charles Feye and children visited Mrs. Kate Wegener, Al- gpna, for her 88th birthday. TRie Clarence Wegeners, Er- yijB Johnsons, and Mrs. Emma Reimers were Sunday guests of l|rs. Kate Wegener, Algona. Easter guests of the Lloyd Kerns were Mrs. Edna Mueller Mrs. Amanda Kern, and the Clarence Yagers. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Bronei Jacobs And Sunday guests, of the Ewald Kohlwes, Austin, Minn. Mrs. Roger Dreyer plans to visit in Fenton and with her parents in Whittemore this week. The Eugene Huskamps had as guests the Fred Geigels, Algotia, Gerald Voigts, and Mrs. Carrie 1 Voigt Sunday for Mrs. Carrie! Voigt's birthday. The Mus-j kamp's daughter, Trudy, Was: also home from Ames. : Easter guests of the Ernest! Bcrklands, and also for the; eleventh birthday of their granddaughter Paula, were the, David Berklands, Stanley Berk-j ands, and Carol Johnson. Steve j [?crkland spent the Easier week-i end at home from Ames. Callers were the Oscar Berklands, Cyl- ndcr. Education is learning one new 'act a day. Take time to laugh — it is the music of the soul. Wesley Mrs, Vieia Sfuder Recent visitors with the Jay Drones at Lakeview home near Glen Hall, East Chain, Russcl Hutchinson, Plainvicw, Minn., Ray Logan, Rochester, Minn., and Art Moellcr, Fairmont. The August Robisons spent the Easter weekend at their daughter the Vcrn Mortensons, Hutchison, Minn. They returned their grandchildren after they had visited here several days. Mrs. Elizabeth Holm and boys were among relatives attending the confirmation of her nephew, Lyndon Dirksen, son of the Con Dirksens, at the St. James Lutheran church at Northrup April It. The Clarence Darnells, Lcdyard, were also there. Mrs. Holm and boys attended a family gathering for Brenda .Kettwich, daughter of the Herman Kettwichs, Northrup, who was confirmed in April at E & R church at Fairmont. They and the Albert Dirksens were there for coffee in the afternoon. The Herman Kettwichs, of Northrup, were Sunday guests at Mrs. Elizabeth Holm's. 1 Easter guests at Maynard Hurlburt's were the John L. Blacks, Fort Dodge, Mancil Hurlburts, Mrs. Elmer Nelson, and "Mick" Hurlburt, who spent lis Easter vacation at home 'rom Brookings,'S. D. The Roy Pattersons, Nashville, Tenn., have their third child, Roy Allen Jr., born April 16, 9 Ibs. 8 oz. They have two jirls, Dimples and Darlene. Wrs. Harriet Patterson is grand- liother and the Henry Schulers are great grandparents. The Paul Wiechmanns, Ronnie Hannas, Mrs. Harriet Patterson and girls, and the Ray Dourghtys, Milford, were Easter guests at Jerry Dourghty's, Milford. Easter guests at Francis Sullivan's were the daughter, Shirley, Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, the James Jensens, Ames, weekend guests, the John Campbells, Iowa Falls, and Leo Sch Easter guests at Kenneth Halverson's were the Earl Jensens, Ringstcd, Mrs. Tankard Carlson, Armstrong, Janet Jensen, Spencer, Clyde Gilbpughs, Fairmont, and Clyde Gilbough Sr., Fairmont. The Ed Priebes returned April 12 after the winter in Fort Myers, Fla. The S. E. Straleys returned April 12 after most of the winter in Edinburg, Texas. They left Fenton Dec. 10, and spent the last three weeks of their vacation in Corpus Christi, Tex. Sunday guests of the S. E. Straleys were the Lyle Hansons and Donald Voids, Lake Mills. Wednesday the S. E. Straleys visited in Mason City with his niece, Mrs. Mabel Snyder, traveling food director for the Americana Nursing Centers, a chain of nursing homes. Michael Douglas, son of the Gene Tietzes, was baotized Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek, with Rev. Arnold Vehling officiating. Sponsors were the Wayne Bol- lingcrs. Guests of the Ernest Voette- lers Sunday were the Ervin Voettelers, Bancroft, Delond Voettelers, and Dr. Vincent Voettelers, Laurens. Mrs. Frieda Siems returned by plane to Fairmont Friday after some time visiting relatives in the East. Sunday guests of Mrs. George Jentz were the Fred Jentzes, Mervin Jen lues—Gerald-Jen tz«s and Donald Berklands, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Harry Phillips, Algona, spent Sunday with the Herman Gades, Guests of the Lloyd Berklands Easter were the Gerald Hannas, Mason City, and Ed Priebes. Also present was Gary Berkland, who spent a week with his parents during Easter vacation from Westmar College, LeMars. Sunday guests of the E. C. Weisbrods were the John Munches and Stanley Munch, Jackson, Minn. • Weekend guests of the Gus Krauses Were the Dennis Longs, Bettendorf. Sunday guests were the Longs, Harold Eimers family, and LaDell Olsons. The Roger Dreyers, Sioux City, and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer were weekend guests of Roger Easter guests at the parental Fred Rastnussetis were the Kennelh Rasmussen, Forest City, and the Merle and Forrest Ras- mussens, Wesley. Fred Rasmussen visited his sister, Mrs. Minnie Severson, Goldfield, April 11. De Etta Hall returned April 15 after several weeks at Chenoa, 111., with her brother, the George Halls. Mr. Hall remains seriously ill. The Oscar Erick- sons, Pequot Lake, Minn., are spending this week here. The Gary Larsons and Lisa, Britt, James Bishops, Marion, and Roland Kauskis, Des Moin- cs, spent the Easter weekend at the parental Herman Wise's. Easter guests at the parental Vincent Cruise's included the Norman Staiidts and Bill Cruise, Mason City, attd the fid Cruises. The Kofi Stfoups speftt last Week at her parental A. C. t)is- cher's. They had visited his parents, the Lloyd Stroups, Hampton, and were etiroute from Ft. Extstes, Va. to Ft. Wol- tef, Texas. The Dr. Paul Warners, St. Cloud, Minn, were Easter weekend guests at the Discher home. The women are sisters. Their parents, the William Walls, Comfry, Minn., were Easter guests of the Dischers, as were the Lloyd Stroups, Hampton. Beulah Green, Britt, was a Saturday caller. Mrs. Viola Studer was an Easter guest of her son the Gayle Studers, Algona. The Jim Walmsleys, Sac City, were Easter guests at the parental Elmer Doughan's. Other guests were Leonard Arndor- fers, and Vicki, the latter of St. Mary's college, Cedar Rapids. ' A boy, 9 IbS. 6 61, WiS born April 15 to the Dennis Wests at St. Ann- hospital. This is their first child a«d he has been named Daniel Patrick. They were brought home Moti* day. the Bill Wests, Mason City, formerly, Wesley, attd the J. M. 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