Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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A/ew Presbyterian members PICTURED IS the Communicant class of young people received into membership in the First Presbyterian church recently. They are, left to right, in front row: William Burt, Ray Chamberlain, David Bilyeu, Janet Furst, Susan Bullock, Barbara Jergenson and Mari lyn Yungeberg. Back row, David Riley, David Hix, Julie Hungate, Carol Allen, Rev. Morz, Kathy Skow, Edith Ruark, David Sabin and Michael French. Glenn's Studio Photo. COMMENDATION — S/Sgt. Wayne L. Bass, AG Division, received an Army Commendation Medal while stationed in Or- leans, France. S/Sgt Bass is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harland Bass, rural New Hampton and is a 1955 graduate of the New Hampton high school. Ex-Titonka woman dies in Florida Titonki — Mrs. Mabel Peterson, former Titonka resident, died suddenly at her home in Clearwatcr, Fla., April 11, fol- The tUmsey Reformed held a 'sunrise service with Titonka and Doan Methodist churches Local relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Clarence Canaday in Algona were the Jennings, Win. Speichers, iarvey Grahams, Joe Boekcl- nans, Donald Grahams and Mrs. Minnie Larson. Titonka Woman's club attended the spring convention of ounty Federation April 10 at Jurt. Going were Mrs. Harry At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market ANDERSON-ERICKSON DAIRY Bill Christ is Lakota delegate to Boy's State Lak'ota — The Lakota American Legion has named Bill Christ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christ, as the delegate to Hawkeye Boys' State. Bill, who is a junior at the Lakota high school, is an honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society. He is also vice president of his class and is active in many extra-curricular activities including vocal music, speech and debate. In the recent speech competition at Sioux City he received a I rating in state in the dramatic division, tie is parliamentarian of Lakota's Future Teachers' Association. He is a member of St. Paul's Luther League and president of the Senior choir. The alternate delegate chosen was Dale Coy. He has been an honor roll student all through high school and is a member also of the National Honor Society.- He is a member of. the concert band and active in small band groups. lowing a stroke. She was born Oct. 17, 1890 at McCook, Neb., her parents being James and Susannah Johnson Winters. Surviving are a son, Robert E. Wilson, two sisters, Mrs. Sa die Denton, Titonka, Mrs. Alice Benjamin, Bull Shoals, Ark., and two brothers, B. H. Wilson, Cyrus, Minn., and C. G. Winters, Mason City. Her husband, Andrew Peterson, died a year following their move to Florida. Funeral services were held on Saturday morning at Titonka Methodist church with Rev. Eugene Rasmussen officiating, Burial was at Buffalo Twp. cem etery. Pallbearers were Gordon Han sen, Homer Downs, Henry Or thel, Frank Fisher, John John son and Roy Walrod. Blake Funeral Home was in charge. CUBS GET AWARDS Cub Scouts held a Pack meeting April 6. They used Mexico as a the.me for costumes, decorations and exhibits. Boys receiving awards were: Bobcat pins — Roy Budlong, Brent Krantz, Dean Mechler and Gary Uken. Bradley Heyer received a Lion badge and gold and silver arrow; Douglas Harms a Wolf badge; Kent Rode a Bear badge; Quentin Boyken, silver arrow and Mike Iverson a gold arrow. 3ecd, Mrs. Mary Budlong, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Bonno Schuttcr and Mrs. Henry Or thel. The Chamber of Commerce met at the cafe Monday. Speak er was the sheriff, Ralph Lind horst. 101 — Thomas R, Amlie was honored last month with an open house reception at the Longhouse in Spencer upon the occasion of his 101st birthday. Portland Victor Pitch »»•»»»*»»»»»»»»»»•«»•••• Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baum and Verdean Baum of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Baum and Marvalce of Clear Lake and Susan Baum and friend Larry of DCS Moines were Easter Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schvvictcrt home'. Mrs. E. C. Schwictcrt spent from Monday till Tuesday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister spent last weekend in Rochester visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Donavon and family. Enroute home they stopped at Brownsville, Minn., where they visitor Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sarchet. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rings dorf visited in the Dwight Ruse home Wednesday evening. Mfs. Fred Davis went to Laurens Friday to get Mf. Davis' mother, Mrs. Art Davis, from Jood Samaritan Rest Home, and bring her home to spend Easter with them. Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Meister visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Levy and family at Algona Sunday evening. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Davis home were: Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Davis, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Campney, Burt and Mrs. Art Davis, Laurcns. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mrs. Henry Radmaker went to Esthcrville last Tuesday, where they visited their son am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and family. Wyott Stott of Lebanon, Mo. passed away suddenly Thursday morning at about 5 a.m. from a heart attack. Mr. Stott was a ALOONA (low.) ADVANCt-J THURSDAY, APRIL 22, resident of Portland many years; and has friends and relatives'! here. i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary, ', Kenneth Trenary, Richard Du« j ?an of Maryville, Mo. and Miss; irudy Alt of Algona were Eas-' Lcr Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold" Becker. Richard Dugan came, here Monday to attend the funeral of Miss Mary Cowan and; will stay till after Easter. Miss Nelvinca Hauenstein of Algona was a guest of Korene; and Judy Fitch Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean • called at the Howard Sparks home Friday morning. Daryl. Sparks of Britt and Jim Sparks of Cedar Falls came home to spend Easter with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard: Sparks. GIVE CANTATA An Easter Cantata, "Hallelujah, What a Saviour!" was given by the choir of Ramsey Reformed church on Sunday evening. The Floyd Huismans, Richland Center, Wis., visited relatives here last week. Winter vacationers at home again are Hazel and Edith Budlong, from Arizona; the Jay Budlongs from Florida, Alfred Oesterreichers from California. Kathleen Eden, student at Ames, was home over Easter at the parental Ervin Eden's. A sunrise Easter service was held at Immanuel Lutheran and Good Hope Lutheran churches. Above: Ford GT—a.laboratory on wheels— helps hour endurance events—at Daytona and Sebring. tell us how to build better cars for you. 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