Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 17
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Bode couple leaves for a tour of Norway Bode — The Thor Olsons and their son Guy went to Monmouth, 111., Sunday. They will visit relatives near Ottawa and June 9 left by jet from Chicago for Oslo, Norway. This is a group tour arranged by Pastor Swen Thompson. They plan to tour Norway for two months. Mrs. Marie Vaag, Forest City, is also taking this tour. SHOWER IS GIVEN Mrs. Larry Danielsen, the former Sharon Rongved, was given a miscellaneous shower June 4 at the church. Hostesses were: Mrs. Bernice Bjordal, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Mrs. Art ChriStianson, Mrs. Morton Christiansen, Mrs. Blanche Christianson, Mrs. Loren East- man,Mrs. Wilbur Johnson, Mrs. Art ttaiisdii, Mrs. Judy ttoovef, Mrs. Semite Hoithaus, Mrs. Arils Kinseth, Mrs. Evelyn Mits- yen, Mrs, Jo MathtesonY Mrs 1 . Heflev Nielsen, Mrs. Wilbur Reed, Mrs. Roger Rottgved\ Mrs. Don Schutte, Mrs. Glen Smith. Mrs. Norman Schultz, Whittemore, sang accompanied by Mrs. Engeland. Mrs. Arlis Kinseth gave several readings. The bride's mother, Mrs. Magnus Rongved, groom's mother, Mrs. Danielsen, Algona, and groom's grandmother, Mrs. Frendahl, Algona, received corsages. Assisting with gifts were her sister Jodine, his sisters Janice and Diane, and Carla Mathia son. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Ben Pflibsen and the Don Pflibsens went to Zumbrota, .Minn., June 4 where she visited the Francis Pflibsens. Saturday she left by jet for San Francisco from Minneapolis. The Lee Roberts met her in Frisco and they went to their home in Fair Oaks. Mrs. Pflib- seii attended graduation for her granddaughter, Linda Roberts, and th^ wedding of Sue Roberts to Wm. Glatt JUfie* 12. She plans to be gone two weeks. Francis Pflibsen left Sunday for Mo weeks National Guard in Wisconsin. Mrs. 'Prances Pflibsen begins work June Mary's hospital in 28 in St. Rochester. She will be in the blood transfusion quarters Clinic. of the Mayo • . . at Its best with ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY PRODUCTS ANDERSON . ERICKSON DAIRY At .Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Mr. Busy Farmer OUR BULK WAGON SERVICE Will Bring Your GAS — OIL — LUBE NEEDS RIGHT TO YOUR FARM ! HIGHEST QUALITY - FOR LESS STRAIGHT RUN DIESEL FUEL NOT Blended! Finest quality fuel obtained for the farm usel Compare with us for Price and Quality! • Farm Grease * HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION FLUIDS FOR ALL MAKES OF TRACTORS MULTI-LUBE LITHIUM GUN GREASE _ _ _ The ONE Grease For Every Purpose S C j K 5-Gal, Pail if • I V KKepickupaid deliver cars f or grasi wri oiling VIKING OIL CO. ROY ITQFFiL, Gwntr PHONi 2*4749 'WE GIVE KING KORN QI §910 3QNP STAMPS ON GA$ PWBSMAIf! AT STATION" The David Spauldings are living in Mrs, Blanche Christianson's house during the summer. Leanna Hansch and Rita Nielsen, Des Moines, spent Saturday night at Herlev Nielsen's. Services at St. Olaf Lutheran church started on the summer schedule June 6 at 9 a.m. George Hood moved to Fredericksburg June 6 where he entered the Sunrise Rest Home. The Hoods moved to Bode about two years ago. Mrs. Hood died this spring and Mr. Hood, being a semi-invalid, will move back to his earlier locality. His sister Fern came for him. He has disposed by private sales of his belongings. The John Christiansons, Bradgate, Mrs. Robert Van Sickle, Galva, Martha and Edna Christianson went to Iowa City June 10. Friday' they attended uation of Michael Jon Christianson who received his bachelor of law degree. Michael is married and has a daughter, Pamela. He has taken a position in St. Louis, and will at present be in the Internal Revenue department. Mrs. Carrie Gregorsen, H'im- boldt, is a guest of Mrs. Carl Opheim visiting friends and rel atives for several days. Mrs. Selma Opheim and the Ron Helvicks, Humboldt, wenl to Ft. Dodge for confirmation of Dale Johnson, son of the Martin Johnsons, at St. Olaf's Lutheran church. Mrs. LeRoy Worby, Mrs. Chas. Thatcher, Mrs. Carmen Pflibsen and Mrs. Viola Thompson went to Ft. Dodge Tuesday to tape a radio program. Mrs. Viola Thompson had the Ft. Dodge conference radio committee meeting at Mrs. Emery Bottelson's in Humboldt, June 4. Don Blair, farmer who day at Mw. Sam Kropf & fof»the! last meeting of the yelf. Suggestions were given fdf 1 next year's lessons. s . the James Banwarts and Victor Banwafts were tyeekend guests at fi. 0. Koehl's, Hancock, Minn. There was ah,.open house at the Koehl hottle for the two Mrs. Banwartsj .sister and husband, newlyweds the Ward Werpys. The Harold Greenes, Knbkc, and Ronald Jurgens family, Eagle Grove, were Sunday rtiglit guests at Allan Watnem's. Ruth Usher returned to Ames Tuesday for the summer session. »•»»+•»»»»•+»*»•«•••••«» SWEA EAGLE Mn. Kenneth Brems Portland Mrs Victor Pitch Hurt MM. Oeorg* Hawcott •••«*•••«+•••••+•••••«•• Gilmore City, a builds boats in spare time, has now perfected a boat that weighs 104 pounds and can be fitted in a space 43x47x13 inches. Takes only a assemble the is Mrs. Hilda few minutes to boat. Mr. Blair Harris's son-in-law. Joe Lambert and four children, Anamosa, spent Friday to Sunday with the Basil Brocks. The Brocks spent Sunday at Vacation Village with the C. W. Hamands at a superintendent's convention. Esther Opheim attended confirmation for Michele Coyle, daughter of the Bernard Coyles, at the German Lutheran church. Mrs. Erling Olson had a morning coffee Friday. Mrs. Ron Moore, Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. and Mrs. Arnold Larson were guests. Mrs. Louis Krull and Michael, Burt, spent Saturday at the parental Erling Olson's. The David Lindgrens, Caroline and Diane, Topeka, Kans., spent Memorial weekend at the parental Irwin Olson's, Mrs, Olson had attended Diane's graduation and returned with the Lindgrens. The Bode fire whistle will give one long blast for tornado warning whenever alerted of a threatening tornado. Mrs. Leon Gangestad and Mrs, Viola Thompson attended Mrs. Mida Doan's funeral in Humboldt. Mrs. Thompson accompanied Mrs, Robert Foley and Mrs. Kenneth Underberg to the Easter Seal annual dinner at Humboldt. Mrs. Leo Kinseth, Mrs, Erling Olson, Mrs. Orren Olson, Mrs. Orville Olson left by bus from Humboldt to attend the ALCW district convention in Decorah. Mrs. Warren Brones and Robert attended commencement at Fort Dodge for her niece, Beverly McDowell, daughter of the Percy McDowells. They accompanied her sister, the Ronald Richardsons, Lakota, and another niece, Marlene Moore, Buffalo Center. The Johnie Tobins attended commencement at Blue Earth for Marlys Bahr, a former classmate of Marjorie. The Marly Pauls and Mrs. Albert Paul Were recent guests at Darrel Newlin's. The August Robisons visited the Arne Ostergaards at Armstrong recently. Maynard Hurlburt and Mick drove to Rochester, Minn., where Maynard had a check-up at the Mayo Clinic. Janet Walker was home several days for the Henricksen- Farland wedding. The Francis Torines were recent visitors at Perry Torine's, Bancroft. The Wendell Ditsworths visited the Jens Madsens recently. The Madsen daughter, the Richard Waterburys, Cherokee, were other .visitors. The Archie Ditsworths were recent visitors at Wendell Ditsworth's. Larry Stenzil will be leaving for the navy soon. He has been employed in a drug store in the Cities the past several years. He came for a visit at Swea City with friends and relatives. He and Larry Torine returned to Minneapolis to visit for a few days. Saturday Larry Torine left with the Fairmont National Guard for Camp Ripley, Minn." Roger Sanders, son of Mrs, William Sanders, Blue Earth, and the late William Sanders, will be leaving for the army soon. He has been employed at Harold's in Fairmont. The Francis Sullivans attended the graduation of a nephew, David Kracht, son of the Ray Krachts, Riceville. The Hans Petersons were recent visitors at his sister, Mrs. Elsie Swarts, Minneapolis. The Jack Recces attended the graduation of his brother, William Reece, Ames, at Ames recently. He received a doctor of philosophy degree in veterinarian physiology. George Meslow, who attends Lutheran School of Theology at The Four Corner Social Club held their annual family picnic Sunday, .Tune 6 in the Portland Community hall. Twelve families attended: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family, Levant Moore and girls and Leona Maase, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Van Hove and boys, Hazel Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Nelson and family. The next meeting will be held July 6 in the home of Marian Spear, Friday, June 11. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Graham of Pensacola, Fla., are the parents of a baby boy born May 27 weighing 8 pounds and 2 ounces. The little fellow has been named Wade. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Leroy raham of Algona, the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen of Burt. Mother and baby are doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart went to Humboldt where they attended the graduation exercises and reception in honor of Francis Hood, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen went to the Harvey Larsen home Wednesday evening where they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder, just home from service. They are now home to stay. A large number have called recently to visit Mrs. Glaus Wibben who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rudy Willrett. She is improving. Mrs. LeRoy tee and Linda, Lake Isabella, Calif., visited relatives here. Mrs. Lee is the former Letha Mann, daughter of Lyle Mann. Last week the Harold Dan- benbergers, Des Moines, visited Mrs. E. A. Junkermeicr, Ncoma and Alma. All went to St. Paul, Minn., guests at Max Daubcn berger's for their son Todd's first birthday. Wendell Willrett will be at Camp McCoy, Wis,, for two weeks. He has been working with the Ed McGuire Construction Co. at Merrill. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood left June 9 for Okoboji to start work as hotel manager at the Methodist camp. The Merle Richards, Britt, surprised Mrs. Etta Holdren for her birthday June 9. She received many birthday cards. Brien will go to. Conservation camp at Madrid, and Mary Reding will attend 4-It camp at Clear Lake. A family picnic is dated at Clear Lake June 27. Special guest was Mrs. K. L, Kohlhaas, who showed embroidered articles and also taught embroidery stitches. Other guests were Mrs. Eugene Thtil, Mrs. Eugene Krtllasch, Mrs. Ted ALGONA ADVANCE— 3 " THURSDAY, JUNE"!?,. 1965 Hilbert7'Mrs7 Hubert O'Bfieh, Mrs. Alvert Thilges, Mrs. Edwin Thilges, Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Bill McGuire, Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Joe Loebach, and Mrs. Rosalia Illg. Vicky and Jane McGuire were hostesses. Michelle Thilges is reporter. 4-H club news Rock Island, 111. visited recently with Caryl Larsen, at her parents, the Harvey C. Larsens. The Harvey C. Larsens attended the wedding of Margaret Frommer at St. Paul. Carmen was a bridesmaid for her former roommate at St. Olaf's college. Quests recently at William Gies's were 'the Eldon, Links, Billy Gieses, Truman, and the Irvin Links for the birthday of Mrs. Eldon Link, The Detmer Thompsons and Selmer Uhrs attended the wed ding of JoAnn Olson and Robert Strupe at Forest City recently. Mrs. Leroy Lee and Linda of Lake Isabella, Calif., came for the wedding of a niece, Sharon Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson. Mrs. Melvin Anderson is the former Lois Mann. She and Mrs. Lee are both daughters of Lyle Mann. Miss Anderson was married Sunday, June 6 to Don Clark at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Ft. Dodge. After the wedding Mrs. Lee and daughter Linda visited relatives and friends around Burt, a brother Faye Mann and family at Estherville and the Melvin Andersons at Ft. Dodge. They left for their home in California Wednesday morning Attending ..^he, ..wedding,,, from here were Roy, Dean and Lyle Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family of Maynard were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Bartlett home. The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon, June 10, in the home of Jessie Miller in Algona. Ten members were present: Josephine Arend, Effie Teeter, Ella Lampe, Alleda Harms, Hazel Larsen, Elizabeth Kennedy, Esther Williams, Edith Jandl, Mamie Fitch and Jessie Miller. Roll call, describing one of the members, others guessing who, Elizabeth Kennedy was in charge of fun time. Bingo was played, everyone winning a prize. Ella Lampe won the black out prize. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, July 8 with Esther Wil- RIVERDALE RUSTLERS II Riverdale Rustlers Unit II met at the St. Joe school hall June 3. Linda Reding led the pledge to the flag, and the 4-H pledge was led by Kathy Reding. Talks were given by Mildred Thul, Linda Reding, and Michelle Thilges. A demonstration was by Linda Reding and Jane Mc Guire. Foods and nutrition girls had a short meeting, and cup oakes were judged by their lea ders. Fair lists were given out and explained. Vicky McGuire is a music delegate to the state conference at Ames. Sandy 0'- More Time For WITH AWORK-SAVING CUB CADET Hi DRIVE ONE TODAY! Algona Implement Co. Commercial Street ALGONA liams. Mrs. May Mary Olson Raney and Mrs. of Algona were Monday evening callers in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt and Mrs. Laura Raney of Algona were Wednesday dinner guests in the Ray Fitch home. " "He who is on the road to heaven will not be content to go there alone." Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! "BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA ••••••••••••••••••••••a* In Iowa, after golf beer's the one. for good taste, good fun After a hard-played 18 holes it's good to settle clown on a soft chair in the club house and add up the score 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 refreshment, great for taste. 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