Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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1930 class at Burl holds a 35th reunion iurt — A reunion of the class of 1980 was held May 29 at the CunningMtti Tea Room in Burl. Members attending were lona Moyer Stoffel, Emmetsburg; pha Peterson Nelson and husband, Davenport; Raymond Riddle and wife, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Isabel Leeck Sabin and husband, Burt; Harriett Sdirn- der and husband, Burt; Florence Stow Godfredson and husband, Humboldt; Marilda Pratt Elvidge and husband, Colesburg; Helen Schwielcrt, Burt. All 17 members are still living. Letters were read from Helen Thompson Lathrop, Portland, Ore.; Dorothy Steward Meinger, Dexter, Minn.; Edna Bunkofske Clark, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Lyle Godfredson, Spirit Lake; Edward Paine, Panorama City, Calif.; Wesley Bernhard, Baltimore, Md. Three others absent were Helen Schrader Osbornc, Houston, Texas; Margot Mor- ness Elmore, Toledo, 0.; and Wendall Patterson, Chicago Heights. The original class prophecy, class motto, class song and class history were read. Supt. Donald Weir and wife, Estherville, were present. He read the class roll and members responded with their history. A school bus tour of Burt school was had, and plans were made for a reunion in 5 years. Visiting Mrs. Emma Manus May 30 at Gertrude Ackerman's were Albert Manus, Detroit, Mich., the Chas. Morrises, Lone Rock, Ed Blumers, Algona, George Manuses, Burt. May 31 Mrs. Elizabeth Schenck and Mrs. Florence Brown, Algona, called. Bible School for Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches will be held at Good Hope starting June 7 from 8:30 to 2:30 p.m. The Good Will truck will be in Burt June 9. Leave material at the garage at Mrs. J. L. Miller's. Kept busy with 10 grandchildren as graduates Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser, Whittemore, has been a busy grandmother this spring with' five grandchildren graduating from high school and five from grade school. High school graduates were: Ronald, son of the Raymond Mertzes, Algona;, Bill, son of the Paul Dahlhausers, West Bend; Daniel Montag, son of the Raymond Montags, Rodman; Patrick, son of the Irvin Joynts, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Jeanne, daughter of the Edmund Dahl- hausers, Elgin, 111. From grade school were Patricia, daughter of the Paul Dahlhausers, West v Bend; Eugene, son of the Henry Dahlhausers, West Bend; Dennis, son of the Raymond Mertzes, Algona; Mary Beth, daughter of the Henry Dearchs- es Jr., Algona; and Joan, daughter of the Edmund Dahlhausers, Elgin, 111. Mrs. Dahlhauser was one of nearly one hundred twenty-five people who attended a reception held in honor of Ronald Mert2, Daniel Montag, and Bill Dahlhauser at Sts. Peter and Paul's church basement, West Bend, following Garrigan commencement May 30. •ridil ihowir at Lriyard tonight Lftdyard — A miscellaneous bridal Shower will be held Monday, June 7 at 8 p.m. at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at lx?dyard for Miss Florence Dammcr. who will become the bride of Eldon Junkermeicr. Friends and relatives arc invited to attend. Heritage Home at Bancroft has good year Bancroft — The directors of the Heritage Home here met for their second annual meeting recency and eight of the 10 directors were present. All officers were re-elected for the coming year as follows: T. D. Garry, president; Donald (H. J.) Welp, vice president; and 11. J. McNertncy, secretary-treasurer. Occupancy during the past year ranged as high as 19 persons, with a capacity of 20 for the Home. Payroll of the Home neared the $25,000 mark. Over 1,500 persons visited persons in the Home with about half coming during the week and the other half on Sundays. The Heritage Home is nondenominational and is licensed by the State of Iowa to accept bedridden patients as well as those who are in good health, and is a member of the Iowa Nursing Home Association and the American Nursing Home Association. The personnel of the home is as follows: Elaine Brink R. N., administrator; Bcrnice Hattcn, Lois Wollner, Edna Smith, Louise Jacobs, Edith Black, Betty Welp, Lois Menke, Evelyn Priester, Kathcrinc Bollig, and Martha Schrader. Miss Donna Kayser assists at the home also, to gain experience in the nursing profession. She will attend St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn, this fall to begin her studies. Kollasch elected Bancroft president Bancroft — , David Kollasch was elected president of the Bancroft JayCees at a recent election- held »-here.-«-0(hep- offi-« cers elected were Gene Elsbecker, 1st Vice President; David Schiltz, 2nd Vice President; James Antoine, secretary; and Dennis Rolling, treasurer. New directors were Ed Marlow, Jim Vaske and William Wilhelmi. New salesman joins Ricklefs insurance firm Announcement was made this week of the appointment of Jon Putnam. 27 of Sioux City, as head of the Ricklcfs-Gcclnn Insurance Agency's life insurance department. Mr. Putnam and liis wife have moved to Algona and he began work today. He has taught in the Sioux City school system for the past four years and prior to that time, attended and graduated from Wayne State Teachers college in Nebraska, where he was an outstanding football player and boxer. His wife is the former Sonja Goclsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Goctsch of Lu- Vcrnc. She will teach grade school in the Algona Community school system this fall. Leys of Lakota celebrate 50th Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, Lakota, were honored at a family dinner in observance of their Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, May 30, at the Wahkonsa Hotel in Fort Dodge. The dinner was given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buc- kcls of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley of Lakota. Others attending were Mrs. Doris Smith, Fort Dodge; Jim, Jeffrey and Ann Buckds, Boone; Carolyn and Tim Ley, Lakota; Mrs. Florence Shanor, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Volcott and Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bourne, Algona. The Leys were presented with a traditional wall clock inscribed with their names, given to them by their children and grandchildren. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Kathy Dcvine, Margcne Wagner, Carol Heise and Renelda Schulz, new graduates at Cor- with-Wcsley began work in Des Moines this week. JJ'Jie Gene Boysons,. Lincoln, Neb., came for Memorial Day with her parents the Harry Foley's. Mrs. Terry Long and the Milford Thompsons, K a n a w h a, went to Roekford Wedncsdiay for graduation of their niece Diane Eriglcslad. The Terry Longs attended commencement at Britt fdf Kalhy Dale and were guests it the parental Don Dale's. Cynthia Long, Mason City, spent the weekend with Hfef parents, the Terry Longs. The Terry Longs attended graduation of her nephew Defii nis Thompson at Kanawha. The Val Moores had gueaU the Tuesday after graduation for their son Andy's graduation, The Terry Longs had gueattft for the graduation of Tim. The Arnold Heiscs had gue*4* for the graduation of their daughter Carol. Mcsilla McCullough, daughter of the Oral McCulIoughs, is a patient at the Bclmond hospital. The Ernest Eliasons had guests for Elaine's graduation. The Ernest Barticks had guests after graduation for their daughter Stephcnnie. Mrs. Laura Brockman Tuesday had guests for Jerry's graduation. The Clifford Applcgates returned Monday to Woodburn, Oregon, after a visit with his sister, Mrs. Sylvia Izzard. The Charles Claudes Tuesday had guests for the graduation of Phyliss and William Ricke. Mrs. Ingrid Woodbury returned after a visit with her son the Wayne Woodburys, Joplin, Mo., for the graduation of her granddaughter Linda. Harold Fatka is a patient at the Belmond hospital. The Fred Clays and son Hoe Brown, Riverside, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Dee Wilhite. The Val Moores moved this week into the home of Lucille Miller in , the south part of town. The Corris Francises, Spencer, visited Sunday with the Harry Maws. The Ralph Oxleys, California, came to visit her mother, Mrs. Bertha Lee, and at Lafe Oxley's Sr. A reception was held for It leen Krauss, daughter of the George Krausses lor her graduation from Corwith-Wesley. The Charles Martins, Las Almos, New Mexico., visited last week with his mother, Mrs. Lydia Martin. A reception for Bill Youngwirth's graduation was held at St. Mary's parish hall Tuesday evening. leys The Robert Burkgi-cns attended an alumni banquet at Dayton high school on Saturday, They visited ovef the weekend with their parents. The Paul Voigts had guests following Roxanne's graduation Tuesday evening. The Elwin Schleis Tuesday had guests following Elaine's commencement at Sentral. The Harold Wehrspans Tuesday had guests for Bonnie's graduation. The Bill Householders had guests for Warren's graduation Tuesday. The Max Flaigs, Virginia Beach, Va., and the Fred Meyres, Algona, were Sunday guests of the James Meyers. Mrs. Flaig is a sister of James. From Fenton who attended graduation Monday in Algona of Juanita Meyer, daughter of the Fred Meyers, were the Victor Strueckers, Alvin Potratzes, Emil Bierstedts, Mrs. Wayne Boetcher, Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mrs. Esther Hintz, and the James Meyers. The William Eimers returned Thursday evening from a trip to Chester, 111., for graduation for Mrs. Elmers' nephew. They were accompanied by the William Meyers and Mrs. Tom Frankl, Algona, and were guests at Roland Rehmer's. Mrs. Rehmer is a sister of Mrs. Eimers, Fenton Jean Prieb* The Ed Schleis had the Rev. F. C. 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