Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 17, 1965
Page 10
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Resignation of pastor accepted by Bode church Bode — Tlicrn \vas n short business session after t.lic regular services nt St. Olaf Lutheran church Sunday. President of the congregation, Arlis Kinseth, was in charge. The liipetlng accepted Pastor M. 0. Kranbel's resignation which he annmmceH two weeks ago. The council will ho a coin- inittee to secure a new pastnr. They will be in cooperation with the district president. Herman Siefkes D. D., Mason City. Pastor Kraabels will leave Aug. 31 when they will move !o Cedftr Rapids where he will be an assistant pastor. AT CHURCH MEETING Hie spring meeting of the Port Dodge conference of the ALCW met Thursday at thr Lutheran church in Humbolrtt. This was an all dav meeting fiir 380 persons. Mrs. Georgia Paine was re-elected nresidenf. Present from the Bode ALCW were president, Marguerite Olson, vice. Beverly Worby, treas., tiernice Olson, delegate, Shirley Johnson, visitors Helen Kraa- beli Roberta En gel. Grace Aure, Emma Holland, Bernice Holland, Eleanor Grefstad, Cora Larson, Blanche Schrieber, Dolda Lee, Selma Opheim and Vi- ol 6 Thompson. BREAKFAST FOR SENIORS Mothers of the seniors gave a May breakfast May 5. Mrs. Krabel had the grace. Mrs. Robert Algoc presided. Mrs. Graaf gave the welcome, and her soli, David, president of class, responded. A quartet of Melody Moms group sang several numbers. Mf. Schmidt gave a pah- tomine. Supt. Miller a farewell, and Mrs. Oplleitn played -piano solos. BOWLING LEAGUE DINNER The Lucky Strikers Women's Bowling League of Twin Rivers area had a pot luck dinner May 5 at the church dining hall This was the annual meeting. Joyce Foth is president, Helen Sinclair 1st vice; Pat McGce, 2nd vice; Agnes Smith, scc.-treas.; Margaret Howard, Sgt.; director, Marvel Barton. Imperial Cafe had the championship and won the plaque for largest total of pins. Charlotte Bjornson received a pin for the highest scries bowled and Velma Woods received a plaque for the most improved bowling. There are 82 members, and over 00 who attended the dinner. This league bowls every Wednesday. Baptismal rites were held for Teresa Carol, daughter of the Garry Krafts, Sunday at. St. Olaf Lutheran church, Pastor M. 0. Kraabel officiating. Sponsors were Virginia Thompkins, Marlyce Tompkins and the Donald Krafts. Mrs. Leon Gangestad had her bridge club Thursday. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lucille T6r- Mrs. Bob Croker and Mrs. Basil Brock, The Leon Gafigesta*ds spent Mother's bay iti Mason City with their daughter Rachael, the Seth Amclungs. Mrs. Rob Walsofi, North Plallc. Neb., Mrs. Marie Nisscn, Rcmvick, and Mrs. Carrie Grc- gorson, Huttiboldt, were guests of Mrs. Viola Thompson Saturday. • Mrs. Viola Thompson was a guest at the Mother's Day party at. the Presbyterian church in Ottosen Friday. She showed photos and curios from Norway. Mrs. Agnes Jacobson, Bonham, Texas, visited here over the weekend. The Harry Palms, Lake City, and James McGowans, llenwick, were Mother's Day guests of the Michael Palms. The Andy Dokkcsvens, New London, Minn., visited Emma, Carl, Albert and Lewis Olson from Friday to Sunday. Mr. Dokkesven is a cousin of the Olsons. The David Engels and Olaf Olsons drove to Nebraska Sunday to visit a few days. The Walter Bakkens and Mrs. Hilda Enger were Mother's Day guests of the Larry Lennings, Humboldt. Mrs. Lenning is the former Marcia Larson. Martha Chrstianson and Edna Christiansen were Mother's Day guests of the Harry Volz's, Arnolds Park. Guests at Garry Kraft's for baptism of their daughter were: the Vernon Tompkins, Barbara Tompkins, Des Moines, the Bill Mayhews, Rochester, Minn., Were Walter Krafts, Renwlek, Colt- aid Krafts, Goldfield, Refififelh Krafts, Kartawha, Mrs. Bngstrom rind Mrs. Ethel klhs, Humboldt. Safbard kins and the MayhewJ weekend guests. Donald Nielsen was home ' Memphis, Tcnn., May 8, accompanied by three friends,, all. Marines. They were guests of the Herlief Nielsens. Twp Of, 'the men Were from California, ' iMd one from Ohio. It-was their first visit to Iowa. Don came to get his car, he will return to. .Bode June 15 for a short leavfc. , '-. Guests of Mrs. Selma C-phfslm Mother's Day were the -Bill Chantlands and Ronald Hel- vicks. their daughters family, Humboldt, the Harlan Berges, Wayne Opheims, Maiikato, Roger Johnsons, Palm Gfd'Ve, Gary Petersons, Pocah'ontas. Corwith Mr*. Harry L. Maw Mr. and Mrs. R. .C. Welter were Sunday dinner guests \ai the Robert DeGroote home.,' Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the R. C. Welter home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter and family of Mason City Mr. and Mrs. William Welter and family, of Carroll,- Mr. aiic Mrs. Robert DeGroOte knd fdro ily and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wei ter and daughter. Another daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Ann Skitch of California called' anc MONtiAY, MAY 17 , aiked td the Mr. and Mrs: Merle , Wilhlte, Vickie and Jennie of/files spent the weekend with. his ents, Mr. and, Mrs. Earl Wiihite. Other gueStrWet! MfrirftTMfS. Cecil Wiihite, Mark and Diane and Donald Wiihite s of Des Moines. Mrs. Alben Jdh'Hson was a surgical patient al Algona frdm hursday to ., Sunday. ' Gary Johnson of Garrtfe'r, visited Sunday evening at the Albert Johnsott hohie. Mrs. Tjeren, sent in a Con' veniente -Pood • receipt • to the Better Homes and Garden and received a souvenir edition of the large Better homes cook books. Mrs. Clarence' Jurgertsen vis* ited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. LuVerne. Cl&rai Wolfe at Mfs. LuVerne Thompson of Blue RiVer, Wis,, spent the weekend >with her daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Wagner and Mr, and Mrs. Wil- .and. Mfs... feasufef for the earning year", ^ Mr. and Mfs. Jim Sloan df. Hurt, Mf; and Mrs, Max sloafl and girls, Mr. and Mfs, Robert Jloan and Mr. and Mrs. JdhH Jabcock, surprised Helen Sloati on Thursday night in honor df her birthday. i Mrs. Orville Anderson return" 1 ed to her home from the Mercy hospital in Port Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher ind family spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher in Algona. Deloris Fox of Wesley. was ft Friday BVfcrnight guest at the home of Jer.ry Maw ;at the Marry. Maw .home. -• ; Victor Applegate of Ames, visited Sunday morning at the ftichard Mall home; Mf. and Mrs. Ted Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. ftich- afd Nail arid family were Sunday guests at the home of Syl via lizard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis in Des Moines. Mf l tomtine Smith anf Mrs, MMry Mafc .teffe Vhufsdt? af« tdfrldbft gUests it,the hdfflS M Mrs.-eiiafies ttaftttn In ,h6tl6f. of tttfe beifttfid bifthdfey§ of Mrs. M§w. ;• 1^. ^ « bur Merriam. .they all enjoyed dinner together' Sunday at the Kenneth Wagner home, h Mr, and Mrs. Dale Scheffle mart of; Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Scheffleman and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. ' Marvin Scheffleman, Paul and Priscilla were Sunday afternoon callers at the Art Scheffleman 'home. v , Mrs. yernon Gray w is elected president of the Music Mothers at the regular meeting, Mrs. R. E. Jongcwaard of Wesley, vice president, Mrs. Cecil Nail, Mrs, John Paulson of Wesley, ZENITH SOLITAIRE IIM-THE-EAR HEARING AID" With amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal corhfort from space age knowledge, the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contains the finest features fbr full or part-time hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in performance. No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micro-Llthic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. You owe it'lo yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry Algona, Iowa "THE ZENJTH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK" H H-I 1 1 i,n i i in 1 1 1 1 n i i 1 1 i : * tARRY DAY CLARA CORWITH- High School Photos by Mueller Studio, Clarion — Loft to right — Marigehe Wagner, Lester Foley, Allan Freiberg, Trudy Shipman, Tim Long, Andy Moore. Left to right — Julie Ricke, Joan Ricke, Marilyn Reiling, Bill Ricke, Kathy Devine, Tom Reily. 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