Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 7, 1965
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SOCIETY 45TH WCDDING ™^~ The children of'Mr, and Mrs. •Toe Cogley are honoring their parents at an open house Juno 13, for their 45th wedding, at SL Ce £; 1Sa Hall > from 2 1° 5 p.m. The children are Mrs. Fred Mar- S" is > Waterloo; Joe. Jr., Kansas y.ity^Kans.; Dorothy, Algona: Jim, Springfield, Mo.; and Marv Helen Spirit Lake. All friends and relatives are invited. RlV6RbALe"cLUB Riverdalc Friendly club met Wednesday with Mrs. Elizabeth will, assisted by Mary Becker, weven members were present and one visitor, Mrs. Walter Elbert. Plans Were made for a pic- ("c jo be July n j n the 4-H building at the Fairgrounds LESSONS ARE GIVEN I Union Township Homemakers I met with Mrs. Merlin Davies. Mfs. MafguoHte Gardner assisting. Mrs. Peter Erpelding reported on the nutrition short course and Mrs..William Dodds gave the extension lesson on rural safety. BRIDGE WINNERS Winners in bridge Wednesday at the Algona Country club were Mrs. Don Ferris, Mrs'. Ed Adams and Delia Welter. Hostesses for June 9 are Mesdamos Dean Kinsman and John Dole. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunt, of Elma, Wash., sister and brother of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt, came Friday for graduation of their niece, Lois Hunt, and also to be present for the 90th birthday of Martha Hughes, Livermore, on Sunday. The ladies are daughters of Mrs. Hughes. Oth- keep your home ...cool or relatives arriving Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt and son Donald, and .James Hunt of Ronlon, Wash. All are guests of the Harold Hunts. Mr. arid Mr*. Bob G«rb«r are the parents of their first child, a daughter, born May 29. She weighed 7 Ibs. and has been named Pamela Joan. Grandparents are the Wilford Wards, Sexton, and the Ervin Gerbcrs. Algona. Great grandparents are Mrs. Nellie Weir, Colo; Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Ward, Nevada; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespic, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. John Gcrbcr, Algona. Franzenberg in talk here lauds Iowa as best Paul Franzenberg, state treasurer, substituted for Governor Hughes at the annual governor's day of the Northwest Iowa Mayors Assn. and Chamber of Commerce executives meeting at the Algona Country club last Wednesday, Mr. Franzenbcrg said the governor could not leave Des Moines because of bad flying conditions and he could not spare Six get all "A" marks at Twin Rivers school The second semester honori roll for the Twin Rivers high school was released this week with six students rating straight "A" averages. They were freshmen Doug Logue and Linda Vosberg, juniors Bob Roethler and Liz Wickrc, and seniors & ther Mackintosh and Judy G«f- man. Others rating "B" averages or above are as follows: Freshmen — Kathy Jacobson, Marjorie Thompson, Steve Bet- gum, Janice Bjordal, Nancy El- scnbarth, Cynthia Lempke, Dale Rossing, and Marlycc Tompkins. Sophomores — Carlene Hanson, David Hoyt, Richard Zeimet, Roberta Rolland, Trudy Rossing, David Smith, Geri Ved- vik, Dennis Kissinger, Barbara Kozajda, and Carol Fiderlick. Juniors — Meg Holmes, Ed Miller, Virginia Kemna, Kathy Myers, Peggy Olson, Marilyn Zeman, Bob Cooper, Cheryl Heggen, and Renee Pool. Seniors — James Oppedahl, Margaret Bakken, Cathy Collins, Gracia Kraabel, Mary Miller, berg. ELECTRIC AIR T. clean with Cool comfort, night and day, all summer long—that's the big advantage of electric air conditioning. But electric air conditioning also helps keep your home clean—and quiet! With windows closed, you • shut out noise from outside • Keep out dirt—and the air conditioner filter blocks,out dust'and dirt, too. To keep, cooler this.summer—and to keep your home cleaner and quieter—see your dealer about electric air conditioning—another way to live better, electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities " ••" ->-v,. v. ..1,1, wi'ui w vii a 1*1 u ixi ciauNJi, mai y ivuiid , the time to drive while the leg- Mary Hawkins, Cindy Rolland, islature was in the last minutes Virginia Tompkins, Ronda Barof the session. ton, Bob Bjordal, Doug Kay, He said the situation in Des Rita Nielsen, and Gloria Tofte- Moines was tense. However he did not think the legislature was in session too long and that the customary 100 days was no magic number. He said of 62 bills the governor supported 52 passed and.9 were pending. Eight had been defeated. He had been a member of the Iowa Development Commission prior to his election and most of his talk dealt with selling Iowa. Iowa is not only corn and hogs, but we must tell industrialists Iowa's credit rating was never less than "A", that we have the best schools, the biggest industries in the country in many lines. More important he said was that the people of Iowa must be sold on the state. There should Degrees given area students at universities Some 1600 degrees were conferred by the University of Iowa at spring commencement exercises Friday. Kossuth students who received degrees include: Algona — B.A. to Gerald Downey, political science; B.A. nuiu UM me aiaie. j nere snouja *° Sherry Read, English; B.S. to be no excuses or down-grading Linda Tague, physical educa- nt intttn Wr.^ „<•(„., ...„ „ 1_:_ tinn Ranprrvfr — M fi in Philin of Iowa. Too often we complain in jviwci. I uu Ulien We complain •-*"••» •"«*••*.»wj.* JVA.U. tv * iitii|j about our highways — yet we Garry, biochemistry. Burt —B.S. finj-1 !,,„*- «.« l J !J* A • if\ f\ll\T£*r* Ctntira***! rr<vriA**f>1 e*«i' find just as bad if not worse in other states. towa has the highest percent age of educated people, the low- to Oliver Steward, general sci ence. Lakota — B.A. to John Cordes, economics. Lone Rock— B.B.A. to Jerald Newbrough,, «t>^ Wfc V-V.I IIV,1< 11,14 jJfJJJlt, 11 1C 1V/W" -^- — - ^K. *• ~. V..Q.9}. W est in military rejections, low*sf *ounting. Swea«CSty&~ B:A;rwi-_ ' -•••-• • - - high distinction to Ronald Linde, chemistry and mathematics! 1 Titonka — B.A. to Mrs. Sandra Gartner Langland, medical technology. Wesley — B.B.A. to Paul *" " ' B;A. t<J political number of high school dropouts, and many other things. We are much better than we think we are in this state. He said while we must cling to the old that is good we must also seek the best of the new. BABIES — A mother robin liasn't been a bit impressed with the gigantic construction project taking place on the new addition to Myrtue Memorial hospital at Harlan. She built her nest in a spot where a window will go in the new wall. There arc three baby birds in the nest (the first babies born in the new wing) and the workers plan to build around the little home until the youngsters leave the nest. B.FGoodrich TIRE SERVICE 6 DAY TIRE SALE MONDAY ALL THESE TIRES MUST GO! M H TURDAY Hurry in for best selection. JWW SIZES TO FIT All CARS. Sports cars, station wagons, convertibles, sedans. tion. Bancroft — M.S. to Philip Pfeffer, accounting. John Platt, Algona, science. Two Algonans are among the 617 senior and graduate'students scheduled to receive bachelor and master degrees from Drake University. The spring commencement exercise will be this Monday at 9:30 a.m. in the Drake fieldhouse, Kim Deal is a candidate for the master of music education degree, majoring in voice in the home. graduate division. E. Jeanne Lighter is a candidate for the master of fine arts ored at a "surprise" reception at the Minden school recently Truck driver charged in Sexton accident A Garner truck driver was charged with "limitations in overtaking on the left" after a car-truck accident % mile west of Sexton on highway 18 last Wednesday afternoon about 1:45 p.m. The accident, investigated by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, occurred at the Harold Gatton farm drive as Mrs. Hazel Gatton made a left turn into the lane. Fred Mollander, driver of the truck who was charged, was passing another truck and struck the Gatton machine, doing about $150 in damage. His truck had neglible damage. . Mr*. Victor Pitch An after graduation reception was held Sunday in the Bernard Meister home in honor of their son Eugene. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cox, Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cox, and family, Harlan, William Bernholtz of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. John Welp and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister, Mr, and Mrs. George Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tykwin- ski and family, Ivanhoe, 'Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cederholm and family, Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hatting and family, Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meister of Lakeview, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meister and family of Wall Lake, Mrs. Elenore Cox, Ft. Dodge, Kaite Fitzsimmons, Wall Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cox Dodge, Mr. and and family, Fort Mrs. Phillip Goetz and family, Wesley, Mrs. Dean Cox, Jolly, and Mary Ann Goetz of Osage. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cox, the Ray Tywinskis, Mrs. Dean Cox and Mary Ann Soetz were Saturday and Sunday overnight guests. \Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby visited Saturday evening in the Duane Dittmer home and called at the Dale Wagners at Lone Rock Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby were Sunday dinner guests in the J. R. Thompson home. Mrs. Mary Rasmussen returned to her home Thursday noon, after spending several weeks in the Park hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice BUs- borough, Lennice and Claude were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Earl Zwiefel Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel called on Margaret Govern Tues... - .- ., icu on mm git degree, majoring in art in the day afternoon graduate division. -- - -- Stuhr, a teacher in the Minden fel "home. Margaret GoverrT was Independent School, was hon- a Friday afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Huber of Titonka, were Thursday eve- Mathilda ning visitors in the Earl Zwie Officers of the Bancroft C.D.A. were guests of Mrs. Law- In Iowa, after golf beer's the one for good taste good fun After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to settle down on a soft chair in the club house and add up the scord with friends. What better time for the drink that scores with almost every golfer—cool, thirst-quenching beer? Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refresh-* mem, great for taste. So. whatever your sport,-* boating or baseball—swimming or tennis *-relax afterwards with the zestful taste of beer. STATES BREWERS «;f96JATIQNt f.O. BOX 159. OSCEOIA, IOWA fence Govern Tuesday night, to transfef add audit the books. Mrs. Roscoe Stewart atxd Mrs. fieri Bahlihg entertained Circle B of the Burt Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Axel Carlson had devotions and Mrs. Henry Smith was in charge of the Bible Study. An annual Kenne family reunion was held Sunday in the Dorweiler Park at West Bend. Between 60 and 65 relatives attended coming from Madison, Wis., Spehcer, Livermore, Irvington, Whittemore, West Bend, Rodman, Ft. Dodge, Algona and Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei, Steven and Allen of Penton and Grandma Zwiefel of Titonka were, Sunday evening supper guests in the Earl Zwiefel home, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Huber of Titonka were evening visitors. Mrs. Earl Shipler entertained Circle C of the Burt Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, Michael Long had devotions and Mrs. Nels Nelson had charge of the Bible Study. Rick, Mark and Kirk Johnson of Austin, Minn., spent the weekend with their grandpar> ents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zwiefel. Their parents Mr. and Mrs. Willy Johnson came down from Austin Sunday night, to get them. . "Prayer is just Owning > the door of yotir heart arid letting Christ come in." QUADRUPLETS - The quadruplet lambs born to a ewe be* longing to Mervin Johnson, of Swea City, are still doing good, after 6 weeks. The ewe has taken care of the lambs complete ly, with no bottle feeding hecei* sary. Four lambs to a ewe is about as rare as in humans and the fact that the ewe cared for •them makes it even more Unusual. ... HERITAGE HOME BANCROFT, IOWA Nursing and convalescent core under the supervision of a registered nurse, and staffed by well trained personnel. Always ready and willing to offer kind and comforting care for each patient resident. • A home-like atmosphere in a modern nursing home, providing every comfort and convenience for our residents. . . . " , • Pastors of all faiths visit Heritage Home. • Transportation to church services on request. • Comfortable lounge with library and TV. • All rooms ground level. • Lavatory and toilet in each room. • Modern dining room and kitchen. • Special diets as .ordered by 'your doctor. • Nurse signal call day or night. • Three and one-half acres landscaped area. • MODERN — COMFORTABLE — SAFE PRIVATE and SEMI-PRIVATE ROOMS For Reservations or Information, call Mrs. Elaine Brink, R.N., Admin., Ph. 6771, Bancroft MRS. ELAINE BRINK Administrator YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT HERITAGE HOME SPECIAL A SPECIAL PURCHASE MADE FOR OUR ALGONA CATALOG STORE... AT THE LOWEST, UNHEARD OF PRICES!!! 15°o BELOW CATALOG PRICES! 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