Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 13
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ALOONA HIGH school principal Elgin Allen is shown accepting two framed portraits from Juanita Meyer, co-editor of the H. S. Annual this year, on behalf of the school for two girls, both killed in car accidents the past year, who would have graduated with the seniors'of Algona high school Monday night. The pictures of Mary Cowan and P6nny Dodds will be placed in the trophy case. Exclusive Photo by Mike Stillman. Music students to give recital Sunday .Music students of Miss Corrine Shirnel will give a recital Sunday afternoon June 6 in the Bryant school gymnasium. Students participating are Craig Mawdsley, Janice Farrow, Karen Easter, Kristine Easter, Terri Herbst, Brad Kraft, Susan Dodds and Bruce Bennett. The recital is open to the public and will begin at 4 p.m. ihe batid of the Vintott school at Mason City Saturday as they play at the Iowa Band Masters convention. •ill WicfttH took hl» §fand< mother Mfs. Gofis Kitmey home to Milo. She spent ten days vis- itihg her daughter, the Bryce Wicketts. She came for the graduation of John Wickett. Tht Otto Liwtdrti vl«it«d Thursday to Sunday in Spooner, Wis., with her parents the Er* nest Vanseluses, Sr. They attended the graduation from high school of her brother Ernest Vanselus Jr. Mr». Frank Kendall, Badger, her sister Cora Ruberg, Fort Dodge, visited Wednesday with their sister the Clifford Holmes. The Bert C. Ramose* attend' ed commencement for Dennis Ulfers, son of the Dale Ulfers at Des Moines. The Den Batkervillet, Des Moines, came Tuesday for her graduation of her nephew, William (Billy) Miller, son of the Lawrence Millers. Mrs. Marie Mats*, daughter Maebelle, son Robert, LuVerne, and her sister the Frank Asas, Rutland, left Thursday for a ten day vacation. They will visit the Paul Weiners, Cedartown, Ga., a brother of Mrs. Maass and Mrs. Asa. The Asas will visit their son Howard in Fay- ettsville, Mario Tenn. Stampka and Monnie LUVERNE NEWS Hansen, daughters of the John Stampkas and Herman Hansens, went to Humboldt Wednesday where they sought employment. They were graduated May'25. Mrs. Owen Curry, Mrs. Howard Swanson, LuVerne, and Vtrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, at;ended- a meeting in Humboldt the Wlld«r RttkwMiii as weekend guests theif • daughters, Eleanor Sfld Eliini, Mrs. Jefry Bfiggs and hef daughter, three month old Ju> lie, all Des Moines. Memorial weekend juisti of Mrs. Clara Wolf were her daughter, the Robert MtirfaysY daughters, Patricia, Roberta and Jeahnie, Crown Point, Ind., tot' merly LuVerne. Sunday guests were the Clarence Jurgensens, Corwith, and the John Hells. Marshalltown. They were all guests at Leslie Pechutner's. Memorial guests at Mrs; Lo- cihda Stone's were Mrs. George W. Godfrey and Bertha God' frey, Ames. The Billy Hoepnors, Omaha, brought his mother Mrs; Em ma Hoepner, here May 30 to visit. She is a guest of Mrs. Clara Wolf. Mrs. Hoepner leaves last of the week for Rock Island, 111., for the graduation of her granddaughter, Harriet Hoepner, daughter of Mrs. Mary Hoepner and the late Harry Hoepner. The Henry Kublys were guests Friday at Vincent Es- jer's, Algona. They spent the day visiting Mrs. Esser's moth er, Mrs. Josephine Scribner Long Beach, Calif. The Scrib ners were early long time res idents of LuVerne. She is vis iting her children in Iowa and attending graduations of grand children. The Bryce A. Wicketts lef Monday for their summer home on Lake McKeown near Hackensack, Minn. Springfield, Mo., the Efvin Bar. fetts, Slayton, Minn., Norman Striplings. Marshall, Minn. Charles Hinz is now at home after being a surgical patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. The Howard Stoddardt, Car* hagc, S. D., visited his mother, Vtrs. Mathilda Stoddard, Monday d Tuesday. They came for he graduation of Mario Stamp<a, daughter of his sister, the lohn Stampkas. Their son Duane Stoddard graduated at arthage May 28. Susan, 14, daughter of the Sari Gronbachs, Hayficld, Minn., formerly LuVernc, was con- Tuesday. The Supt. B. Newell, formerly Myrtle day with Jordan visited Tues- her niece the Guy Andres, Fort Dodge, Mrs. An dre and Miss Jordan visited at Friendship Haven with the Rev. and Mrs. William Baddeley. The Rev. Baddeley is a former minister, of the LuVerne Methodist church. They also visited the Rev. Arthur Petersons , : retired MUSCULAR ACHES -PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these 'discomforts or your money . back; Ait all drug counters. •• ."- ,:>:; ; 'O '"" HONSBRUCH DRUG ; : Algona, Iowa ' ' "BRICK is f our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering' 1 — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA IOWA •••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee E. Martins, LuVerne, at- here Methodist minister, who also were LuVerne residents. The Arthur Henrys, Rockwell City, visited her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggleston, Thursday. They also visited the LuVerne cemetery with flowers for the grave,of the late George A. Eggleston; The George Studers went to Ames Friday to assist his nephew, ; the Robert Studers, move into a new home they built. His parents the Henry Studers, Rock Island, 111., formerly Lu- Verne, will also help. Mrs. Helen Studer, Corwith, has gone to Rock Island, 111., for the high * school graduation of her grandson, John Wille, son of .the. Howard Willes. The Otto jWijles, LuVerne, are the pa- ^crnal grandparents. Mr.. Albert Hefti, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. John Stamp- ta and their mother, Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard, visited Friday and Saturday in Carthage, S. D., with their brother and son, the Howard Stoddards. They attended the high school graduation of Duane Stoddard May 28. The Harold Ristaus ,went Thursday to Maryville, Mo,, to jring their daughter Carol lome for the summer. She was freshman at the Northwest Missouri State. Mrs. Bertha Schipull, Harold Schipull, the Otto Jagels, and Daryl Jagels attended commencement at Humboldt Wednesday, Kenneth Kirchhoff, son of the Herbert Kirchhoffs, Humboldt, their grandson and nephew, was a graduate. The Henry Sells and Otto Kanning, Churdan, visited their sister,' Mrs. William Klawitter, Wednesday. They all visited Mr. Klawitter in Houston Rest Home in Humboldt. He is convalescing from a broken leg. The William Erpeldings went Friday to Vinton to get their son Roger 15, home for the summer. He attends the school for the blind. Roger will join ALOONA (Ibwa) ADVANCE—5 THURSDAY, JUNE 3, I9o5 firmed at the Trinity Lutheran church May 23 at Hayfield. Her sponsors, cousins, were the Ervin Rcinholtzcs, Manson. Also attending were the grandparents, the Frank Gronhaclis, Herman Sclnilzes, LuVernc, and an uncle, tlic Dennis Scliulzcs, Mora, Minn. The Charles McKennas, Ankeny, visited Sunday with her parents tlio Edward Lcn/es. The Edward Lenzes visited their son, Harry Lcnx, Badger, who had surgery in the Fort Dodge hospital May 24. 1 I 1 I Now try the handiest lint of Farm Mowers on the market. TRAILER HOUSE INSURANCE GONE UP? SEE US FOR LOW-COST MOBILE HOME-OWNERS PACKAGE POLICY Blossom Insurance Famous Timken Bearing Spindle Full Swivel-Nosa Wheel Urge 12" Ball Bearing-Mounted Wheels Recoil starters on 3 h.p. Briggs & Stratton for 20" or 4 h.p. Kohler or Clinton motor for 22" (20" also comes with a 4 h.p. Clinton or Kohler) 20" and 22" mower* powerful enough for any job More nro two more higli-performnnco models of mowers and \vciul cutters from Mo/.-AII — for amateur and professional user alike. Easy to handle, they cut, the way you want thorn to cut. Special attachment prevents "scalping." Write for our free brochure, illustrating the entire Moz-All line of quality mowing equipment. Performance Always Comes First With Us WIND-KING MANUFACTURING CO. MERRILL, IOWA Algona Implement Co. :ended commencement Tuesday. Mrs. Esther Curry, Bradgate, attended the piano recital of her two grandchildren Larry and Diane, children of the Owen Currys, here May 23. The Fred Merkles, Rev. Ralph Hindmans, LuVerne, Mrs. Char les Merkle, Renwick, the Earl Lehmans, Des Moines, Wayne Hamilton, Denver, Colo., attended the Baccalaureate and Commencement at Westmar College, LeMars, May 30. Graduated was Margene Merkle, daughter of the Fred Merkles, and Neil Hindman and Mrs. Keith Hindman, son and daughter-in-law of the Rev. Hindmans. Miss Merkle was on the Dean's Honor Roll. Mr. Lehman attended the 30th year of his graduation from Westmar.'' ' • •"''"' ; '''' ; "' ' ' The Howard Boyers, Waukee, visited Saturday to Monday with her sister, the James Mallorys and her mother Mrs. Joe Maden at the Mallorys. Memorial Day they visited the Leonard tfaddens, Armstrong and the ecil Langermans, Fenton. The Laurel Bentleys, Fair- ield, spent the weekend here. ?hey brought Phil C. Lichty, his ister, Grace Lichty, living in totary Ann Home,' Eagle Grove here" and' visited' the t » i -"^««'« cemetery. Memorial visitors in LuVerne were the Paul Phillips, Stewart- /ille, Minn., and their daughter Joyce, Mrs. Mario Collings, and wo daughters, Minneapolis. The Raymond Nelsons attend ed a reunion of his family in a park in Eagle Grove May 30. Visitors Memorial Day at Charles Hinz's were Rudolph Stripling and Mary, Sioux Falls, S. D., the Eldo Beckmans, St. James, Mrs. Leo Rosenberg, Mrs. Louie Werner, Fairmont, Elead Wegner and Rhonda, Algona; the Gus Wegners, Freeborn, Minn., and Richard Wegner. Weekend guests of the Fred Baumgartners were their daughter Thelma, Mrs. Durwood Burtis, Augusta, Wis., and his sister, Mrs. Minnie Dickey, Mason City. Mrs. Lena Hinz had as guests May 30 her daughter, the Har ey Rushers, Bancroft, Bernard Millers and the Joe Underbergs, ?ort Dodge. Herman Koester, Indianapolis, Ind., visited his father, the Adolph Koesters Saturday. Sunday he took his father's truck back to Indianapolis. They are Those who know Know ; MINNEAPOLIS MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience,,, For Luxury Accommodations.,. 1 For Friendliness,,, For Budget Rites... For Resort- like Atmosphere.,. 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