Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 3, 1965
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ard fives $ 70 to Easter Seals .{Iowa) ADVANCE 1 morning during the worship sr-r- , MAY 3 ? W& (vice at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church by the MMAM pastor, Rev. Victor Vrlescii. Her Hrflfl sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Har- 111 Vil Ian Ikrlake who with the Vrte- sen family, Mrs. Dora Johnson and Paul were dinner guests at the Johnson home in Swea City. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brandt took their son Dale to Luther College In Decorah on Sunday. ledytfd — The Easter seals chairman. Mrs. Bernard Reilly, reports that $70 was turned in from the town of Ledyard and Ledyard Township. Dale had spent the weekend at home. Alvira Busch, daughter of Alfred Busches was discharged from the Buffalo Center clinic on Monday. Mrs. Marv Bashara and Ros-L.Sherry KHnkslok, Deaiinn alyn were Sunday night supper Rlchtcr,. Linda Pingcl and her guests at the home of her brother, the Ed Munyers in Elmorc. Mrs. Lillian Worthington, 86. of Lone Rock celebrated her 86th birthday on Members of her Wednesday, family who soent the day with her were Edith Worthington of Chicago, Rose Brickert, Big Rock. Ill,, Mr, and Mrs. Mnrl Jorgenson and Carol and Sylvia and Hugo Worthington of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson entertained Edith Worthington and Rose Brickert at dinner on Thursday. : Mr.,and Mrs. Arvid Brandt, of St. Paul were weekend guests of Mr ! : and Mrs. Ervin Klinksiek and family. His mother, Mrs. Lila Brandt also of St. Paul accompanied them here and visited at the Lawrence Brandt home.;'The Arvid Brandts were here for the Klinksiek-Brandt wedding which took place on Friday evening at the Zion Lutheran church in Albert Lea. Mr,'and Mrs. Clifton Engelby of Sargeant Minn., were recent visitors with his mother, Mrs. Ida Engelby. f Laura; Marie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson was baptized Sunday guest Mary Bosch, all students at Mnnkato were weekericl visitors at their respective homes here. Mrs. Ray Estlc visited at the home of her daughter' and family, the Harlan Fairmont from Friday. Logemanns in Sunday until Mrg. Estle accompanied Mrs. Edna Winter and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. David Winter and Rhonda to the Herman Evcrs home at Comfrey, Minn, on Sunday where they along with the Ronald Schroeder family and the Donald Winter family were dinner guests in observance of the of the families Anril birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Meyer and son of Minneapolis were guests at the Ray Sorenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cayler and family of Bancroft were Sunday night supper guests at the Bernard Reilly home. RETIREE — Bruce Duncan was honored by Iowa Southern Utilities by employees and guests on his retirement after 40 years of work in the utilities field. He was presented with a pin and savings bond. Florence ket, Esther Pannkuk itttt Church MM First Lutheriin church at Britt. MHoV IpelkeM Corwith-Algona wedding Donna Trenary and Tim Vipond were married Saturday, April 24, at 1 p;m. in St. Mary's church, Cprwith. Father Thomas O'Toole performed the double ring ceremony. Mr. and %s. Robert Trenary, Corwith, ate parents of the, bride, and th,e Thomas Viponds, Algona, are the groom's parents. ' The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended 'by Julie Vipond, sister of the groom, and Mary Ann Goetz, of Wesley, cousin of the bride. YOU MUST HAVE FINANCED WITH HOME FEDERAL! *?«*S V*iSd*J*^- "THE SAME THING happened when we found this house. We called Home Federal. Two day? later we knew the amount they'd lend. I don't see how they can move so quickly, yet plan the loan so carefully." The know-how of specialists is the answer. Home Federal's home loan service is fast . . . fitted. Appraisal is made promptly. Then financing is tailored to include moderate down payment — as low as 20-25% of appraisal — and budgeted terms up to 25 years. Call our loan counselor now at Home Federal. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Fro« Fully ln*ur»d to $10,OOQ Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — ALGQNA, IOWA Debra Trenary acted as junior bridesmaid for her sister. Attendants to the groom were Jack Vipond, Ankeny, a cousin, and Bill Fraser. Bufl Rich, and Orland Stiel were ushers. Altar boys were Daniel Trenary and Mark Goetz, Wesley, brother and cousin of the bride. Mrs. Shirley Harms, Titonka, aunt of the bride, was soloist and accompanied at the organ by Dennis Widen. ' , \ '..' A reception was hel dat Van's Cafe at 2 p.m. Connie Day and Jean Goetz had the guest book. Serving punch were Mrs. Jack Thursday at St. Mil's Lutheran church. Hostesses''arg rtiyt* lis Henna, Isabel Kospke grid Tf&Ijtt, M|fket bi& Miller,' Barbara r-Himn.u.., i,,oc1a Chfistertsctt. Mrs. Lawtence PresthUs is delegate to the Sunday School Teachers Convention in 'DeS Moines May 7, 8 and 9. SPRING LUNCHEON The annual spring luncheon of the Kossuth CO. Republican Women will be held at 1 p.m. May 4 at the Aigona Country Club. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Rachel Paul, Brooklyn, the State President of Iowa Council of Republican Women. AT CONFERENCE Burt — Mrs. Dean Andrews Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. M. C. Davies and Mrs. Merlin Walker attended the Conference WSCS meeting at Webster City Wed* nesday. There Were 760- present for the, all day meeting. The Glee Bullock family of Milton, were weekend guests pf her sister Mrs. Lureta Waltman. Mr.' and Mrs. Donald Mitchell spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines attending a Westinghouse Sales meeting and visiting' at the home' of their son-Norman and family. I Mr. and Mrs. Al Offenheiser, Iowa Fans, were weekend guests at the Donald Mitchell home. She is his sister.' Miss Lillian Bellinger, Pasadena, .-Calif .V will >isit relatives here and Algona and attend the wedding .anniversary open fdttt the group to attend the efcburg Conference •*- of the American :lude the Rev, Carroll Hinder lie, birector of Holdch Vill i Ltitheran Retreat Center __ Sited in the Cascade Mountains. of Washington state, also Missionary David Nelson from the Brazil mission field. Mrs. Henry Looft was named as the alter nate delegate. Mrs. Edna Mueller of Fenton called on Mrs. Leona Osborn th'ttrsday afternoon. The Fefito'rt Town afid t C6tt«- try Woman's Club will entertiir, residents at the Kosiuth Conn,y Homo WcdtiesBay aHerhobh. the club will bring game* and refteshfneftts. ' ' Linda Ullefiswang, daughter of the Lawrence UllensHtfangs, was A member of the class confirmed by the Rev. Cordon Miller at the morning,worship service at the St. John's Ltitheran church, rural Rihgsted. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family Were 'Sunday dinner guests at the home of the tatter's brother 1 and family, the Reuben Johnsons, rural fUngsted. The dinner honored the JphnSOfi son, ftoiiald, who was eoftfftmed it tfic SiJdhrs Lutheran church, rural Riftg' sted. There were thirty guests at the lamily dinner ifihoflof of the occasiofl. ' , Ann Lyrieh, daughter of tl» e , Robert Lyflehs, was con.firmfed at the st John's Catholic ch^rfh at Bancroft on Tuesday morn ing. pinner guests at the Lynch home in honor of tHe event in* eluded Mrs/Charles Nelson and Mrs. Wayne Sewell, both of fin nietsburg. Mrs. Victor and daughter were coffee guests. ' • Advertlw In fh« Advtntt — largett PAID etreol house .for the tyr. W; Strueckers Sunday, 2. Vipond and Rhonda Brandow. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Martin Harms, Titonka, and Mrs. Elmer Trenary, cut and served the cake. Susan Vipond, Joyce Hawk, Mrs. William Eckels and Mary Sue Devine opened 'gifts; Guests came from, Austin, Minn., Trenton, Mo., Onawa, Des Moines, Sioux City, Mason'City, Dakota City, Ankeny and Algona. ; . . - .'-:.:': The bride is a graduate of the Corwith - Wesley Community school and had been employed in Des Moines. The groom, an Algona high school graduate, i» farming with his father. Burt man leases service station at Swea City Burt — Bruce Graham has leased the Standard Service Station at Swea City and will be open for business May 1. The M-.& D Auto Service will have charge of the Standard Servicfe station in Burt. Mrs. 0. H. Graham went to Iowa City Monday, May 3 for a check-up at University hospital;'.::',."'-'.- '-' v b •''. : "; ; --" : :,' Fidelis class met Wednesday at the Cunningham Tea Room with*Jenny Riebhoff and Edna Smith as hostesses. The new officers elected'were President, Lorena Rpark; vice, Lulu Hawcott; sec.-treas., Stella Geesman. Larry. Hinckley went by plane to Columbus, 0, Wednesday to attend' a -''Special Cross Bar Training School for one month. He/was chosen from, a group of 12 and the only one from Iowa He is employed by the Western Electric Go. Biirt Cub Scouts will have their Pack meeting Monday evening. May 3 at Burt school lunch room., Mrs. James Klaas and four daughters of Marshalltown spent several days at the Muriel Ac- kiermiih; home. ,«--j-Mr«.».Luther : .• Fairbanks >Sr.. is visiting relatives in' Saginaw, Mich Burt Firemen were called to the/ Henry Thilges farm Thursday], April 29 at i : 3o p.m. because of a grass fire. 'jests Saturday and Sunday at.-tKe";Vern"Shpler"home were Mr. and Mrs Edwin Holtapp of Pomeroy, She is Mrs. Shiplers sifter. Also dinner guests Sqn- day were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hansohm and two children and Mr- and Mrs. Ray Westling, Donald and -Vicki. '''..'•••^... «_'J «<_« ¥ . BLUE BIRDS Regular meeting of Burt Bluq Bircjs 4-H club was held Apr'ijjj ,10 at Burt school with Lenniqj Waltman hostess. Jean Lynch, will be the' 'Clear Lake canip delegate and Ka thy Patterson is i alternate. A successful bake sale was held Saturday, April 24 at Mitchell's Electric shop. Committees on food were Lennjcf Waltman, Marcia SoderbergJ Jean Lynch and Judy Cherland; on advertising, Janet and MarU lyn Cherland, Lennice WaUmaqi was elected y> ce president. Ofc ficers were installed, A talk on "Placemen^ of Pictures" wa| given by Jean Lynch. Lunch wa| served by the hostess and hef mother. Reporter is Marilyn Cherland. • PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES The Circles of the Presbyter. jan church will meet, Wednes. day, Circle A, hostess Ruth. Hodgson, Devotions, Mrs. J. R, Thompson, B,ible study, Mrs, Ro$coe Mawdsley Jr.; Circle B, hostess Mrs. Henry Smith, de. votions, Mrs. Tom. Trenary, Bi« ble study, Mrs. Russell Patter son; Circle C, hpstess Mrs. Har> old Pecker, devotions, Mrs. H. J. Lajcy, Bible study, Mrs. W. W. Bpettcher. ICHQQL fVfNTS Coming school events are: track meets May 3, 7, 8, and U; 4 o'clock tea honoring senior girls, by Purt Woman's Club, Monday, May 10 at St. John'$ Lutheran church; band concert at 8 p.m. at Burt Auditorium May 14; junior high granduation May 21; jjapralaureate. May ?3; conunencenient, May 27; School closes but no community picnic, May 28. Mrs. Larry Westling moved to the Gisch apartment the/^irstjof the week. .'•'.•? • . * Vacation 'Church School Insti- tut* was held Tuesday at the Algona -Methodist church to ir^iniBible sjchool teachers. Attending : , : $prn Burt 4nd .Good LADliS AIP The Aid will meet Hope were Mesdames Kenneth Sarchet; Cecil (Long, ^ferry W^e; M. C. Oavies* Rayjnond Ger- Bjustrom ,: Flqyd dinner at the in Des Moines Pioneer Co. 20 year There are now Ten couple? also dnda oriiig II pay contest ,' ffiifft — Mary Lynch, 17- yetr Qld daughter pf the Robert w«$ Elected as one of finalists in the Rf A Mary, her father and mother, Mr, ind Urs. Robert Lynch, will be guests at » dinner Tuesday night ft the Qardston Hotel at Esthervjlle, where Mary will enter th> f|n»l competitiop. when tt»§ winner of the contf s,t will bf seteftejj. Mary is a junior it the St. John's high school at Mrs. P|«l Schwandt and girls. 0| WiUisms, spent a couple pf days this wse* visiting at tfc§ Henry Wilb^rgs. Mrs. Alfred Petersen a^d Mrs'. Cl8renc§ CJieever of rura| RJngsted w«r§ cp-hostesses at 9 jewelry party at the former's home Thursday afternoon. 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