Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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Around Algona by ONIETA DIDftlKSEN Ph«n« 295-2605 Mr*. Walter Storm, Altadena, away till early in June. His as- Calif,, arrived here last Friday, May 23, to visit her sister, Mrs. Minnie Hinkcn, and plans to remain in Iowa for three weeks. Tuesday, the two Sisters went to Clarence where they are guests at the home of Mrs. Amanda Schnabcl, widow of their late brother. The annual American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Day will bo observed in Algona on Friday, May 28 when members of the local unit will offer poppies on the streets so that Algonans may contribute to the fine work done by the Auxiliary among veterans of three wars and their families. This year, some 20 million poppies have been made by disabled veterans all over the United States for this annual fund raising during Memorial Week. Mrs. Don Nelson is serving as chairman drive. of the local Pastor Robert Loreni of Firtt Lutheran church, accompanied by E. L. Wolcott, drove to Des Moines early Monday to attend the Iowa synod convention of the Lutheran Church of America, in session Monday through Wednesday. Mrs. D. J. Ryan and five children, Orange, Tex., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Arthur Jackman. They drove to Omaha with her husband, visited his parents there, then Mr. Ryan flew to Wilmington, Del., for a business conference at the Dupont Company by whom he is employed in Texas. Mrs. Ryan and children drove here Monday. He will rejoin his family either here or in Madison, Wis., where they plan to visit Mrs. Ryan's sister Grace and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Chosy. sistant, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, is keeping his dental office open part of the time during his absence. The Merle Pratt* are moving the first of next week to Pella where Merle is advertising manager in a newspaper office and has been working for the past several months, but the family remained here till the close of school. The oldest of their four children, Bob, is a sophomore at State College, Cedar Falls. Staff Sgf. Charles Faulstick with his wife and their two small children came Thursday evening from Lincoln, Neb., and remained till late Sunday with his mother Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick. On Friday evening they, with the James Bakers, Algona, and the James Bicrstcdt family, Whittcmore, were dinner guests at the Art Leek home. Saturday Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick and Charles' family visited the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. William Juskulkc, at Fairmont. Then on Sunday Mrs. Faulstick entertained at dinner: the Gene Faulstick and Lewis Fraser families, Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek, all of Algona, and a nephew, Herman Jaskulke, and his wife, of Granada, Minn., then the Charles Faulsticks left for Lincoln that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vinton and ,son spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Milton Dahl. Tom is a son of the Craig Vin- sons of Rock Rapids, well known here where Tom was born. He will be graduated soon from Northwestern College at Orange City and is to coach and teach English next year at Madrid. The Willard Snustads have sold their home to the Dennis Bradleys who will take possession late in June. As soon as school closes Mr.'and Mrs. Snus- Ud with their three children will begin a round of visits with relatives in Illinois and plan to leave for the West Coast about June 26. They will drive, going the northern route and stop at Hgndrum, Minn, to visit Willard's parents, then West and travel leisurely to California wh'ei;£.be'Will teach vocal music next year at a Junior high school in Glendora. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson drove to Alta Saturday to visit an ill friend who has been hospitalized Uiere for the past four months, and her husband, a retired Bell Telephone employee. They spent Sunday in Webster City with Mrs. Myrtle Bickford whose daughter Mildred, Mrs. Jess Graham of Pico Rivera, Calif, had arrived Saturday, flying to Omaha and thence to Fort *—ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 27,1*4$ Engaged Dodge. The friends. families are old Mrs. James Emmerson, the former Ruth Stokes, came from Marshfield Hills, Mass., on Wednesday of here with daughter, Richard L. last her week, driving son-in-law and Captain and Mrs. Michic, who had re- MR. AND MRS. Harold Gatton, Sexton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Jean, to Howard Eischen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eischen, LuVcrnc. Miss Gallon's fiance is in Ft. Lewis, Wash. A fall wedding is planned. from high school, also to attend the Baccalaureate service on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson drove to Manchester Wednesday morning for Jo Ann's Commencemenl and are reluming home today accompanied by Mrs. Cowan and son. Mrs. M. G. Bourne received a letter lasl week from Mrs. R. Laird Duncan, the former Esther Free, of Westfield, N. J., in which was enclosed a newspaper clipping about the Duncan son, Robert L. Jr. The young man has received a Fulbrighl scholarship for graduate study abroad. He will receive a bachelor's degree at Princeton University in June and will leave in the fall for England to study jurisprudence at Magdalen College at Oxford University where he will remain for a year and on return will study law at either Yale or Harvard both of which have offered scholarships. Robert is a former high school football' and college track star and his father retired only a year ago from his position as athlelic ' director in the Westfield, N., J. schools. His wife of a year will accompany him to Mothers Tea by Brownies, Girl Scouts at Burt Burt — There were 60 BrOWti* ies, Junior Girl Scouts and the Mothers in attendance at the Mothers Tea May 22 at the school lunch room. Special guests were the 1st grade girls eligible for membership next year and their moth' crs, Dawn Stenzel and Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Ann Bradley and Mrs. Pat Bradley, Barbara Herrick and Mrs. Thomas Herrick, Charlene and Cheryl Cur) tis and Mrs. Chas. Curtis. ; The welcome was by Cindy Sill. Brownies and Junior Scouts formed a horse shoe and each gave their promise. Juniors repeated the Girl Scout laws. All gave the Pledge of Allegiance and sang America. The flag ceremony was given by Sharon Patterson, Susan Becker, Cheryl Batt and Kathy Sill. Junior Scouts gave a skit they learned at camp at Clear Lake last sum- ciety were presented to 3 seniors, Mary Harms, Jeatt Meschef, Patsy Zwiefel; juhiofs, Jane Bafslou, Nancy Becker, Doug Black, Merwyn Cunningham Jr., Linda Fairbanks, Joe Fries, Vickie Koestler, Robert Lovstad, Robert Ortman, Duane Peter, Jean Wood; sophomores are provisional members, Nancy Ackerman, Paulette Hoppus, Judy Arend, Larsen, Diane Diane Miller, Clint Patterson. Richard Hopkins gave a reading and Vickl Koestler sang a solo. PROGRAM MONDAY Memorial Day will be observed May 31 at 9:30 a.m. new daylight time. The Walter Campneys visited their son, the Rev. Arthur Campneys, Arnolds Park, May 23, attended services at Foster- ia Methodist church where members laid the cornerstone for a new church. Dist. Supt. Ralph Kitterman was speaker. They will consecrate the new church July 18 when Bishop James. S. Thomas, Des present. Rev. Moines, will be Arthur Campney mer. Court of Awards was by Mrs. Russell Patterson. Painting and drawing award badges went to: Susan Becker, Susan Angus, Linda Arend, Bar- iara Batt, Margaret Devine, Kathy Sill, Cynthia Patterson, Sharon Patterson, Joleen Scheer, Carol Sill, Cynthia Sill, Terry Tjaden, Vicki Westling, Florence Long and Nancy Herrick. Back yard Fun badge'tp Linda Arend. V Troop Camper Badges to: SuS- an Angus, Barbara Batt, Margaret Devine, Cynthia Patterson, Sharon Patterson, Terry Tjaden and Vicki Westling. Sign of the Arrow to: Cynthia Patterson, Vicki Westling and Linda Arend. v Barbara Batt poured coffee and Carol Sill served lemonade. Leaders of the Brownies are Virginia Fries, Lucille Behrends, Jean Grubb. Junior Scout leaders are Dorothy Bec} ker and Ruth Patterson., GRADERS PROMOTED Eighth grade graduation was held May 21 at the Burt gym followed by initiation for the charter members of the Burt Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton visited their respective children over the weekend. They drove to Mankato Friday where they spent the night with Mrs. Nor ton's son, Chas. Boevers and family, then continued on to Minneapolis Saturday where they remained till Monday morning with Milton's daughter Sue, Mrs. Walter Seidlitz, and her family. Dr. Karl Hoffman fltw from Mason City Wednesday to Wash ington, D. C. where he had been invited by a nephew, Vernon Kohlhaas, to participate in the National Golf Tournament at Congressional Country Club and while in the Capitol he will also visit Vernon's brothers, Bob, Dean and Phil, and his sister, Margaret Hoffman. He will fly from there to New York to see his daughter Joan and family, the Al DeCranes, who moved there some months ago from Houston, Tex., and are living in Bronxville. Dr. Hoffman will be cently returned from, a three year term of'duty in Germany. From here they drove on to Denver to visit the Michie family and will return to Massachusetts before reporting to Fort Va., on July 1 where the aptain will take some advance raining before re-assignment. Meantime, Mrs. Emmerson's ather, G. D. Stokes, entered St. \nn hospital Sunday where he underwent surgery for hernia Monday morning. Following his recovery and convalesence, Mrs. Smmerson will fly back to Massachusetts." '* Mr*. Jerry Cowan and little son went to Manchester Friday to visit her parents, the Chas. Simmons, and her sister Jo Ann Oxford, and Sept. 10, on they the plan to sail USS United States. The senior Duncans also have a daughter Diane who is married iand lives not far from lier parehts, in a New York City suburb. ! is pastor of Arnolds Park Methodist church and also pastor at Fostoria. May 16 the Walter Campneys attended the consecration service at the Britt Methodist church. Bishop James S. Thomas, Des Moines, was the speaker. The Vern Sarchets, Laramie, Wyo., came Monday for several days at his brother Bob's. The Olaf Romstads, Des Moines, were also guests several days the first of the week. Bruce Cranston, Sioux Rapids, has been hired as superintendent of the Burt school. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet at the hall June 1. Hostesses are Inez Graham and Ruth Clapsaddle. WSCS will meet June 2. Hostesses are Genevieve Graham, Rochelle Scott, Blanche Long, Ethel Smith, Ivy Simmons. Devotions are by Charlotte Habeger, and program by Hazel Teeter. Appreciation night sponsored by Inez and Mildred Circles will be held in the church that evening with a 6:30 pot luck supper and program. Mrs. Marie Clark, Sioux Falls, S. D., stopped for a short visit Friday at Gladys Hawcott's. She was on her way to Indianola for the weekend with Cleo Weldin and they will attend their college class 50th anniversary, at Simpson college. Scouts had a fishing trip to Iowa Lake with a suck lunch supper. Robert Melville went to Iowa City for the weeeknd and reported Monday at University hospital for a checkup on his knee. Oscar Riddle, West Concord, Minn., Is a patient at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester following a heart attack. The Riddles are former Burt residents. Guests Sunday at Ray Dremmel's were the George Mounts, Mrs. Mable Mount, Mrs. Golda Madsen, all of Owatonna, Minn., the Everett Sperrys, 'Minneapolis, and Harold Sperrys, Brooten, Minn., and the Duane Ditt- mers, Burt. Callers were the Leonard Stenzels, Bert Baldwins and Paul Dremmels, Algona. The Wallace Hawcotts visited the Bill Madsens at George, Sunday. COLLECTION — A Mechanicsville junior high school student, Robert McDonald, now has a complete collection of Iowa license plates since their inception in 1904. He also has among his total collection of 850 plates one from each of the 50 states and 16 foreign countries. ALL LAW OFFICES IN KOSSUTH COUNTY WILL BE CLOSED •MHAY,MY31 IN OBSERVANCE Of MEMORIAL DAY, AND • Thursday Afternoon, June 3 and All Day Friday, June 4 FOR LAWYER'S CHAUTAUQUA KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSN. who was graduated last evening | contest. Mr. and Mrs. William Olson, Fairmont, spent the weekend with thd Curtis Haars, their daughter's family. MATH,WINNER — James Lee Smith, sqn of the George Smiths of rural Ladora, was named first among five Iowa high school winners in the mathematics contest sponsored by the Actuaries' club of Des Moines. Over 5,500 students from 186 Iowa high schools competed in the The invocation and address was by Rev. Wm. Scheer. Supt. Burj meister presented diplomas to Mark M a w d s 1 e y, Valerie Schenck, Patricia Hildman, Patricia Schrader, Kenneth Hawcott, Janet Becker, Cinda Weber, Steven Scheer, Valarie Holding, Patricia Sheirbon, Jerry McFarland, Jayne Larsen, Katherine Lappe, Donna Larsen, Jeanine Chafee, Ardis Johnson, Alan Mescher, Steven Grubb, Craig Lauritsen, Diane Person, Kathleen Patterson, Wayne Lavrenz, Howard Batt Jr. Certificates for the Honor So- Chapter of the National Society. The George Beckers called Sunday for Mrs, Martin Becker's birthday. She had many callers. The Jim Sewicks, Spirit Lake, spent the weekend at Mrs. Art Leason's. Guests Sunday at Bill Gidding's for the 80th birthday of Mrs. Guy Giddings Sr. were the Guy Giddings Jr., and the Har old Wolfs, LuVerne. Monday Mrs. A. E. Fosnaugh, Algona, visited. 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