Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1965 · Page 3
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, -« f J Church group at Bode holds frieetdsliplay Bode — ALOW of St. Dial's Lutheran ciiUfcH. had friendship bay April 29:at the chufth, Otiests were, frphi Pastor Lfe Mont's parishes hf Ottosen .and hear Rutland, Hostesses Were Mrs. T. M. Aure, Mrs, JanieS Christiansen, Mrs. Synnova Dale, Mrs. 0. Grefstad, Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud, Mrs. John lo- men, Mrs. Grant Olson, Mrs. Leo Holland and Mrs. Lyle Seef- kin; Hospitality hostess was Mrs. Viola Thompson. Mrs. Orville Olson had charge of the meet' ing. Pastor Kraabel had devotions. Marilyn Olson played a flute solo. Joan Johnson, daughter of the Arnold Johnsons, Story City, showed slides and told of her experience living in Holden Village in Washington last summer. Mrs. Don AUre sang. Mrs. M. O. Kraabel and Mrs. Leroy Worby poured. There was a display of library books. Get's award Ivy Scuffham, administrative auctions for United States Sav- clerk, of the local ASCS office in Algona, is the recipient of a cash award and a certificate of appreciation for a contribution which resulted in improvement and economy of operation. This given fdr a form developed by Miss award was which was Scuffham to record payroll de- tis P. Haahr, office manager. Mri, Harry L Maw *•*******«*++«**+**+++•< .The Lee .Williams, spent .Sunday With their daughter Patricia fit feayard. The George Glawes and Cecil swes Spent Sunday at Grant Imlay'syClear Laker, j Jerry Lewis, Atgoha, and Jim Eweifel attended the istate caifip bdafd meeting and t)ie state camp cooperation meeting at. the Bethel Baptist church -;in Iowa Falls Monday. Barbara Ruperick arid Mick Will, Waverly, spent the weekend at Fred Wills. Mary Will, Des Moines, came Sunday to Tuesday. The C. B. -Robinsons were Sunday callers. Mrs. Fred Marks J>. was cak led to Springfield, 111. by the death of her step'tnother. The Dick KiSsners, Gaffief, were Saturday guesti at William Erdtnan's. Mrs. Winnifred Brown and Edna Reece, Marshalltowft, spent the weekend with the Joe Koubas, and Sunday visited Lucille Johnson and W. G. Evan, Sheldon. Debbie Armstrong, Wesley, spent last week at Albert Fish's. The Sanford Andersons, Renwick, and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong and children, and Mrs Louise Fish, Wesley, were Fri day visitors at Albert Fish's. The John Adams Sr. visltec Sunday with Mrs. Ruben Peter sons, Henry Smiths and Gilber Halls, near Britt. The John A. Van Heltons 5 leasafitville, spent the weekend with his brother the Paul Vart Heltons. Mrs. Gall Skelley, Mrs. Chares Riggle, Mrs. Ray Perkin, Mrs. Harry Maw and Mrs. Harold Brown, Industry, attended the lowd food service meeting at Marshalltown Saturday. The Arnold Heises, Renelda Schulz, and Margene Wagner spent Thursday in Des Moines. Freshman girls of the home ec class of the Corwith-Wcsley school had a tea for mothers Thursday. Mrs. Lee William, Mrs. Donald Dean, and Mrs. John Mullin attended a meeting Wednesday at Webster City. Mrs. A. N. Gainer, .Waterloo, is the new conference president. Mrs. Don Dunfee, Waterloo, spent .a few clays with her parents the John Babcocks. The William Woods spent the weekend with their daughter, the Ray Gills, Iowa City. They stayed with the children while their parents attended the dental meeting in Des Moines. Gordon Day, injured in a train derailment in March, returned from the hospital at Mason City. Bruce McCullough, employed in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with his parents, the Oral McCulloughs. Mrs. Don Dunfee, Waterloo, spent a few days with her parents, the John Babcocks. The Cecil Zeiglers, Kanawha, were guests Tuesday at John Bnbcock's, Mrs. Venn Grubbsr and daughters, Rcnwick, were callers. Mrs. Francis Moldenhauer and Mrs. Hanna Smith attended the funeral of Mrs. Smith's brother, Carl Severson, at Strea- AL60NA (Iowa) MONDAY, MAY 10, WJ tor, 111., Thursday. Efifoute home they visited in Motience, 111. Larry Youngwifth, Ifl the navy, visited Tuesday at Jesse Scott's. MUSCULAR ACHES • PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from miror aches and pains and body stiffness often associated With Arthritis, Rheumatism, BurSitis, Lumbspo, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these dis« contorts or your money back. At all drug counters. HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, lew* ing bonds. The presentation was made at a coffee April 7, in the ASCS office. Coffee and a spe cial decorated cake was served to the personel of the ASCS office and bin crews and the personnel of the extension service. Making the presentation is Cur- Mrs. Royal Hansen, Mrs. Floyd Palmer and Elaine Bratland went to Cedar Falls Saturday. Mrs. Hanen and Mrs. Palmer were guests of their daughters, Melody and Michele. The John Saathoffs and Charles Thatchers went to Alden Sunday to attend Michael Jass' confirmation. Michael is the Saathoffs grandson. The Richard Christiansens,; Humboldt, were Sunday callers at Art Christiansen's. ;: i Mrs. Ragnhild Kinseth; ;Ft.; Dodge, spent Sunday at her brother the Harold Hanson's: ' The Al Kingerys, Humboldt, called at Dr. P. W. Qually's and Harold Skaugstad's Sunday. Mrs. Anna Monson is visiting her son, the Larry Monsons. Anna Vik, Oland, Norway, was a weekend guest of the Clarence Hollands. Miss Vik came from Norway in early March and is a nurse at Lutheran hospital in Fort .Dodge. Miss Vik and Mr. Helland are related. " : Mrs. Babb and Timothy and Joe visited relatives- Sunday. She was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud. The Art Lichteuwalners, Hart ford, Wis., called at Leo K se'th's Friday..V-The-'men,' w World War I .'tfuddi.es. The Rodney Lewises were weekend guests at Leo Kinseth's. They returned to Gibbon, Minn., Sunday. , The Thor Selvigs were at Fred Smithy's at Lake Okoboji Thursday and Friday. They left Humboldt with the : Guy Lothians, Mrs. Glen Johnson, Stornl Lake, and Mrs. Jerry Rapp and Terry, Wichita, Kan. Mayor and Mrs. Art Jehson had as guests Sunday John-Jenson, Fort Dodge, the Pastor James Jensons, Wilsall, Mont. There were 4 generations, John, Art, James and son Mathew. The Jensons returned to Montana Tuesday, Auxiliary at Burt in charge May 8 at L. W. Gillespie's, birthdays of Mrs. George Manus and Anna Meyer of Corwith. The Fortnightly club met May 7 at Mrs. 0. H. Graham's. Burt -— The Legion and Aux- liary met May 4 in the Legion tall: Hostesses were Grace Tre- wry and Jane Scott. The Auxil- ary voted $3 to the cancer fund and $10 to the Band Mothers to help pay for new uniforms. Instead of a sewing meeting the Auxiliary will clean the Legion hall May 12. There were 54 Ibs. of carpet rags sent to Knpxville. Spring clothing amounting to $27.58 was sent to the assigned child. The V.F.W. will have charge of the Memorial day program this year. The flower committee is Genevieve Graham, Myrtle Zwiefel, .Gladys Hawcott. Winners in the Poppy Poster contest were Jeanine Chafee, first, $5; Diane Person, second, $3; and Janet Becker, third, $2. The committee serving a 6:30 dinner May 17 at regular Lions club meeting will be Beth Mil- 'ler, Maree Bahnson, Elva Boettcher, and Ruth Alice Patterson. The-Legion hall will be cleaned May 12 by members, starting at 1 p.m. .There were 700 teachers at the Sunday school teachers institute of the Iowa District of the Lutheran Missouri Synod in Des Moines May 7-9. Mrs. Lawrence Presthus represented St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. The; J, L. Millers and Floyd Koepkes visited the Dr. Herbert Bleichs, Mapleton, a week ago Sunday, Dr. Bleich is a brother of Mrs. Koepke. Two birthdays were observed Lu Verne Mrs. William Biglng* Mrs. Emma Moeding bed as callers Saturday her son, the Frank Moedings, LuVerne, nephew, George Markman, 'Livermore. Callers Sunday were the Alfred Schipulls, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Katie Markman, Reriwick, the Chris Luchsingers, Hum boldt. Mrs: Moeding was 84 years old May 1. Mrs. Den Baikerville and. her aunt, Mrs. Louise Jutte, Des ttoines, were weekend visitors in LuVerne. Mrs. Baskerville. Formerly Wilma Tiede, visited tier brother, the Lawrence Millers. Mrs. Jutte visited her brother and sister the Henry Kublys and Mrs. Sula Frantz. Wins $35 at Home Show Lakota — Colleen Boettcher, ten-year-old daughter of the Alvin Boettchers won first-place in a contest at the Farm and Home Show at Blue Earth last weekend. A booth at the show featured a minature house full of money. Contestants were to guess the amount. Colleen gues* sed $80.50. The actual amount was $80.80. She tied for the top award and divided the prize money, She received a cash award of $35.00. Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were: Alice Ann Schriber $50, Mrs. Lester Smith $50, arid Wm. Claus $50. 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