Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 2
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(lewt) ADVANCE MOIWAY, MAY », t«S Officers for Woman's Club at Burl named §uH — New officers for feurt Wonum's club arts: pros., Ruth Hodgson; vice, Marlene Stctuel; sec., Lavina Hanson; treas., 1 Vera Bradley. Committees for the new year are: refreshment, Erna Grover, Leona Lacy, Mary Smith, Maree feahnson, Lillian Fredrickson, Elva Boettcher. Entertainment, Lefie McMullen, 'Jeatt Lbckwood, Ruth 'Clapsad- Hie, Beth Miller. Project, Benita Mitchell, Lois Scheer. Budget, Elsie Lockwood, Vera Bradley, Esther Sorenson. Americanism, Ruth Alice Patterson; gerontology, Ethel foremmel, MabcUinc Lovstad; Girl Scouts, Ruth Patterson and Virginia FYies; historian, Rowena Ryerson; towels, Mary Jean Andrews; safety, Clara Reynolds; legislation, Erina Pratt; membership, Lulu Hawcott; mental hjealth, Helen Vogel; music, Efna'Brbver; literature, Phebe Thompson; publicity, Gerie'vieve Graham. TEA FOR SENIORS A 4> o'clock May day tea was held May 10 in St. John's Lutheran church honoring the senior girls. A corsage was given each girl; The program consisted of •'Itfsklt with several daughters :oj<;members- taking part. President, Erna Grover and the new president, Ruth Hodgson, poured. In charge of the tea were Mary Jeari? Andrews, Lettie Vogel, Esther Sorenson, Ruth Clapsaddle, Ethel Dreni- mel, Lavina Hansen. $172 FOR CANCER Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, cancer chairman for Burt, and nortf} Kossuth Memorial, 1 reports $172.30 collected; Workers were 4 Mesdaraes ; Richard Burmeister,'A. C. Hinckley, pale Lockwood,, Darwin Kbepke, Rjny To marry Burt man Burt — Mr. and Mrs. F. P. King Jr., Winchester, Tcnn., announce the engagement and .coming marriage of their daugh- Jer Barbara Ruth King, Nashville,' Tenrii, to Larry A. Hinckley, Dies Mpinesi son of the Allen C. Hlhckleys, Burt. She is a graduate of Franklin Co. high school at Winchester and will receive a degree in nursing from St. Thomas school of nursing, Nashville, Tcnn., June 13. He is a graduate of Burt high school and'has been employed as an installer with, the Western. Electric Co. for eight years. "A late June wedding is being planned at the church of the Good Shepherd in Winchester, Tenn. Dremmpl, Howard Batt, Viola McDonald. ._„.,„ J-LAW DIES %e \JoJuii' Gees'mans received world of the death of their son- in-law, Dr. G. H. Beghtol, Long Beach, Calif. He was 47. He is survived by his wife, the former Eilepn )3<e£Sfnan, his mother and seyeral cousins. The Beghtols lived "'in'Burt" some years ago. Burial was in California. NAME NEW OFFICERS Fifteen members of the O.E.S. Past Matrons club attended a 9 o'clock breakfast May 1.3 at Mary Jean Andrews. Officers elected for next year are president, Beth Miller; vice, Millie Klamp; sec., Gladys Hawcott; historian, Erma Pratt. Mrs. Chas. Scott spent last week with her daughter Npriiia, the Dr. Eugene Lloyds, at Sheh- andoah. U.P.W. will meet May 19 at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses arc. Mesdames C. M. Gross, Harlem Lacy and Louis Scott. Devotions were by Nebma 11 i.i n 1111 ni M 11111 ii 11 i.i 11 Jnnkormplfir and the nrogfftm is a tribute to mothers t# MfS, Harold Becker. Special muilc is by Ruth Hodgson. The Richard Lavrenzcs hid as guests for Wayne's confirm!-; lion at St. John's Lutheflf) church, the Roland Lavreflflfti, Terry Tfeman, Ray Lavrens^S, Earl Meiers, Mrs. Fred UVr£fifi Ernest Lavrenz, the' M. J. TrUrtl- hills, Donald Bonnstetterfc, Aft IJredesons, Forest City,''Mrt; Oliver Svein and Mrs. Gilbert Bidnc, Lake Mills, and Cynthia and Christine Groen. Algona. M.V.F. had a picnic supper at Call park May 12. The Supper club met May 13 at the Raymond Westling's. >•'• Members who met May 12'to clean the Legion hall were Gen> evicve Graham, Elva Boettcher, Mary Nelson, Thecla Christert- sen, Elsie Lockwood, Beth Mil* ler, Frances Smith, Myrtle Zwiefel, Gladys Hawcott, Roy Me- Whorlcr and 0. H. Graham, Elva Boettcher, Genevjeyg Graham and fhccla Christensen attended the county Auxiliary meeting at Algona May 11. May 17 the Bruce Grahams and 0. II. Grahams attended commencement at Ringsted tot Jennifer, daughter of the Got- don G-ahams. Roger, son of the Bruce f3ra- hams, was taken to a specialist at Fort Dodge Monday because of frequent nose bleeds'.: \" | Mrs. Jim Etherington and Sta ven, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 'are visiting the Grover Giddings and relatives in Algpna'.' 1 ' Mrs. Giddings is a sister of Jim fith- erington. V-'.. '!••£ Lions club meets May 17iit the Legion hall and the Auxiliary committee serving'th'6''6:30 dinner will be Beth Miller, Maree Bahnson, Elva Bpettcher, Ruth Alice Patterson. ;»;,; ', The Nels Nelsons wilt- go to Leech Lake, Minn., May' : 16 for the week at their cabin. -Their guests will be the Bill Pe'fer- sons, Two Harbors, Minn.', and Albert Nelsons, Renwick". Albert Nelson is a cousin of l^els Nelson and Mrs. Petersph is a sister of Nels Nelson. |V The James Woltzes will nioye to a farm near Fenton and the Raymond Lavrenzes will' rejit the Woltz home. Wilfred Woltz bo the B«ft cBffip.terV Sexton feb,atittg his brother Jam*«. . Bruce Graham intended « Standard tank wagon ifuitriictiwi school it Albert fSHyVtyf t«b weeks fcefore taklftf ehafge 'of the service Station at Swea City. NIHNI llnnmimi'i' ROBERT KUNKfL U. S. Fttttti, Vltt Nim (AHT- NC — Army Specialist Four Robert J. Kunkel, son of Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, Algona, was assigned to the u. S. Army Suppdrt Command, Viet Nam, May 5, as a documents clerk. The support command advises the armed forces of the Republic of Viet Nam on training, use of equipment and tactical operations. Specialist Kunkel entered the Army in December 1961, and completed basic training at" Fort "Carson, Colo. Kunkel is a 1957 graduate of LuVerne high school. Ame.<5 last. Friday and Sunday took the latter's sister Nell F*ot- lef , afld SisteMH-Iaw, Mildred f¥lsefy r l<} Sherbtiffi, Mntt:,'fof A7B. Star's WflKday^ Monday they drove to Brainerd to visit the Ralph Spears. Flowers and cfops there are further advanced than here, but,.hun,dreds of acres of crop land were Still un- r ' ' " LOCALS . had as weekend guests the lat ter's brother-in-law and ^ife'-Dr and Mrs. HepryJ Deckerj, of I|es • MrV.' Ray ^C0nmngkii|^'Do«n Mrs. Ray Cupning of th« Doan area .went to 'Sio'ia^ City/Friday as a giiest of her; daughter. Janet for thCMpthciir's Day actiyities at Mprnmgside college, when Janet is a studehtls". > •''• '.•'-: Themat, th« •majl ton of th» Dewey*' Skillings', ."was 'very ( ill last week with an ear infection. He is imprpying. • "•' ' ' Th« W«IUe« Erdman* had a large group of relatives Suiiday last week' for their daughter Denise, who took,her first ;holy communion Sunday. • Tht Scott AftooriM $a|m from . . AflpltgAte, Amei, called bfieSfly oh relatives at Corwith and Algona last Sunday. . Dr, and Mri. L. R. Potter are in Missouri and Arkansas. Mrs. Rotter's mother lives in Poplin and her brother lives in Springfield. the Carrol Potter's had as guests recently the latter's brother and sister Sylvester and Cecelia Dornbier, and the Kenneth Potters, Mrt, R, M. Phillips and Mrs. G.'"W. Stillman were in Charles City for an area library meeting all day Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ziemet, Fort Dodge, have a girl, Robin Renee, born May 11. She weighed 6 Ib. 7 o'z. Mrs. Ziemet is the former Karen Bradley, daughter of the Garland Bradleys. Blood typing charge Those still willing to have theif names liste'd as a blood donor will be typed free of charge. BRIDGE.LUNCH60N MILD A womens bridge luncheon was held at the Country Club Wednesday. Hostesses were Mf^ El- mer Waltef Artd Mrs. W. C. lati. Winners at bfidg| "f Mesdsmes Ff^nfe Zender^lfir GilMofe afld fflmer Walter. Next weet the hostes"SeS will tie Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. Ws.4 call eitnef of ..them fof rodHOodinMay 't )• .-,';. ••, r"' .'"••'• • • . .• • •'.In:'" observance^ of Hospital Month/ Sister 1 Mary Charles, superintendent; of St. Ann hospital, has announcpd that for the rest of' May persons may have their blood typed'.'at. a very- reduced price, 50c. Call the hospital and ask for the laboratory to maje.; Jin'.apBbjnjtmpnt, JTh.e .typing takes only a second and in a few minutes one will be given a card with the blood type and the 'RH factor indicated. 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