Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1965 · Page 6
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flew*) M6NBAY, JUM6 at, 1965 Bode shower June 12 for Ruth Holland Bode — Ruth Ellen Rollanri, daughter of the Norman Rol- laftds, was given a miscellaneous Shower Saturday in the church, i Hostesses were Mrs. A.r1». Christiansen. Mrs. James Chris-1 Hanson, Mrs. Elmer Erickson.j Mrs. Clarence Holland, Mrs. Sc- val Holden. Mrs. Torger Johnson, Mrs. Gordon Larson, Mrs. Ronald Olson. Mrs. Orren Olson, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, Mrs. Archie Holland, Mrs. Marcus Holland, Mrs. Sidney Rolland, Mrs. Keith Rolland, Mrs. Vernon Tompkins, Mrs. Justin Torgerson, Mrs. Emil Welter and Mrs. Oscar Williams. The program was in charge Of Mrs. James Christiansen. Several songs by Geri Vedvig, Mary Lou Olson and Roberta Rolland, and a solo by Mrs. Don Aure. Readings were by Mrs. Christiansen. Mrs. Johnny Brown, Dakota City, Roberta Rolland, Geri Vedvig and Mary Lou Olson assisted with gifts. Mi's. Art Christiansen and Mrs. Mark Rolland poured. AT GOLDEN WEDDING Mrs. Leroy Enger went to Opheini, Mont, June 4 with friends from "Roland. June 6 she attended her foster parent's golden wedding. They arc the John Richardsons. The reception was held at the Lutheran church. Mrs. Enger and her sister, Mrs. Herman Hofslad, Vancouver, Wash., poured. Her brother, Kenneth Fagerhaugh, Pittsburgh, Pa., sent 50 golden roses for the wedding. Mrs. Enger returned June 9. Judy Balgeman, West Bend, was a companion to the Enger children during their mother's absence. BAKKEN REUNION The T. 0. Bakken family had an annual reunion June 6 in the Legion building. Oldest present was Andrew Lee, 84, Bode, and youngest was the year old daughter of the Bob Armstrongs. In charge • this year were the Richard Bakkens, and next year Walter Bakken will b2 chairman and Mrs. Teresa Sponberg, sec.-treas. Towns represented were Algona, Bode, Bradgate, Buffalo Center, Humboldt, Jefferson, Keister, Minn., Ottosen, Lakota and Lake Mills. STUDENT GIVES SERMON F. Howard Schroader, of the Dubuqus Theological school had the service in the Lutheran church Sunday. Bible school pupils sang several songs. After the service a coffee was served and pupils showed art projects. Pastor Kraabel officiated at the ordination service for Pastor Chas. Kavin, in Wisconsin. The Pastor Virgil Hougens, Dallas, Texas, visited the Leroy Selvigs last week. They went on to Wisconsin and the three ; daughters are being cared for by the Selvig's. The George S. Moens, Waco, Texas, and A- C. Rossings were Tuesday coffee guests of Mrs. Nora Quill. Mr. Moen is Gyn- Ither Quill's brother-in-law. The 'Moens were enroute to Wisconsin,'Minnesota and, the Dakotas. The Dr. P. W. Quallys spent a recent weekend with the Arne Sorliens and Robert Hansons at Eau Claire, Wis. Pastor and Mrs. Kraabel attended pastoral conference in Fort Dodge June 7. This was a one o'clock dinner meeting. This conference does not meet during summer months. A farewell was given the Kraabels and they were presented with a gift. Mrs. Eunice Smith and Sharon, Los Angeles, have been visiting in this vicinity Thursday relatives met at Andy Olson's for a reunion. Mrs. Smith's mother is Amanda Olson Twedt. The Ronald Olsons, Jane and Mary Lou, have returned from a vacation in northern Minnesota and Canada, visiting Mrs. Olga Rolland, Milroy, Minn., and at Bemidji and Winnipeg. Jane has a months vacation from the Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Harold Rood Sr., Humeston, and her sister, Mrs. Lulu Kyckelhahn, Riverside, Calif., were Friday \isitors at Oden Rood's. The Oden Roods spent five days in Iowa City with their daughter, the Les Carsons. Mrs. Carson, Pamela, Linda and Stephen accompanied them for a short stay with her parents. The Dr. P. W. Quallys had as guests the Bob Torrances, Red , last weekend. The Al Kin- were Sunday guests, s. Leon Gangestad and the Amelungs went to Des Thursday. Mr. Gange- went to Des Moines Sunday they returned that evening. fiiMtt and Greg Pool th£ class confirmed at LiitMfati fhufeli In f. Sunday. Mrs. Carl Ophelm and the Rafl Ophelms went to Mason City Saturday, where she will visit ft few days. Mrs. Viola . Thompson accompanied the historical group 0*1 a tour Sunday to Little ftrown church, feiiy Clocks, Anlonin Dvorak's home, Ft. Atkinson, Geist Mill, Chickasaw and Bre- mcr historical homes. There were over 30 in the group. The Lafe Larsons, Des Moines. visited the Arnold Larsons June 0. Lu Verne Mr*. William Biglng* Gueit* of the Rev. Ralph Hindmans Sunday were his sister the Wesley Hulscbuses, Win- tersct. Lunch guests were his brother, the < Rev. Glen Hulse- buses, Fort Dodge. The Rev. Hulsebus is a Presbyterian minister there. The Gerald Ramuses spent the weekend in Des Moines with his father Arthur Ramus, convalescing from recent surgery. The John Psilases, Davenport, brought her brother, Oscar Bchnkendorf, home here for two weeks. Oscar broke a leg earlier and was convalescing at home of his sister, He gets about on crutches. He will return to Waterloo to be with another sister, the Eddie Gleasons. The Harold Ristaut, LuVerne, her father, Philip Fouarge, Livermore, their guests, her half sister the Virgil Thorsons, Rose Creek, Minn., were guests of their sister, the Edward Belm- kendorfs, Bradgate. They went for confirmation of their nephew, Dennis Behnkendorf, at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Livermore. Ralph Consoer, Fort Dodge, formerly LuVerne, entered Mercy hospital there Sunday for treatment and surgery. Earl, Violet, and Luella Swiger and Mrs. Fred Goetsch went to Fort Dodge Sunday. Luella Swiger remained with her sister Mrs. Consoer. Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, Whittemore, spent the weekend visiting her daughter, the Walter Bierstedts. She came for the wedding of her grandson John Bierstedt and Nancy Strayer Friday. The David Traugers have gone to Jamestown, North Dakota, where he is engaged in conservation work for the third summer. He is a graduate of Ames arid Is wofking for his master's degree. Mfs. Tfauger, formerly Kalhy Hanselman, was employed at Mary Grecley hospital, Ames. They will return this fall to Anies. George Heed, Bode, moved to Frcdericksburg, June 0 to Sunrise Rest Home. The Hoods lived in LuVerne with her sister, Mrs. Marie Stoddard. before moving to Bode two years ago. Mrs. Hood died earlier this year. Mr. Hood, a semi-invalid, disposed of his belongings and will move hack to his earlier life locality and near his sister Fern. Marvin Maass spent a few days visiting his mother, Mrs. Marie Maass. Mnrvin completed his first year of teaching at Ogden. He taught science in junior high and was assistant basketball coach. He was re-hired for next year. He will be in Webster City for the summer with an electric company. Bob Maass will return to Webster City with his brother where he also has employment. Bob is a 1965 graduate of Lu Verne high school. The Thomas McNeilleys, Houston, Texas, Mrs. Leland Davis family, New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Ronald Clark, Iowa City, came Friday for two weeks with their parents, the Dennis Carrolls. They arc the former Denise, Lavon, and Rosemary Carroll. The two brothers and sons, Tom and Don Carroll, live in LuVerne. Weekend guests at Allen Darby's were cousins, the Bob Wilsons, Mrs. Alverda Rolasson, Clinton, 111., Ronald Hayes, Pekin, 111., and Kenneth Koons, Clinton. The Bob Wilsons a fio" Kenneth Koons went ftdWhvto fish aftd Mrs. Rotass'oH afsd {ton- aid Hayes stayed at thu Dirty home. . Brenda Sue, daughter ol the Dick St. Johns, frvingtbri, Was baptized Sunday In the Trinity Lutheran chufch in Algotla with the Rev. Gerike officiating. Sponsors were an aunt, the Jet-* ry Quebes, Ames. The Allen Darbys, are the maternal grandparents. Ronald Stone has secured a job with the Walnut Grove Feed Co. at Atlantic, in the credit de* partment. He reported June 14. Ronald, son of Mrs. Lucinda Stone and the late Ray A. Stone, was graduated in February at Ames. Mrs. Allen Darby, her sitter Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore, and the Jerry Quebes, Ames, Wednesday visited Arthur Ramus, brother of Mrs. Darby, and Mrs. Hinz, convalescing from, sur- gerv. Mrs. Marvin Meyer and baby Kalhy Jane, were released Friday morning from the hospital at Britt. John Rentz, Britt, was a Wednesday, visitor with his sister Mrs. Lydia Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hefty of Ottosen are the parents of an eight pound eight ounce daughter born Sunday, June 13, 1965 at the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt. They now have three sons, and two daughters. Mrs. Hefty, the former Judy Harmon, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon, LuVerne. A confirmation dinner in the Carl Hanselman home a week ago Sunday honored their daughter Mary Lee Manseiman. she was confirmed with the class of ten from the Immanuel Lutheran church in Livermore, with the Rev. William gtotK ok Heating. Her guests were her grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Man- selman, LuVerne, her sponsors^ her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Sallie, of Mankato, Minn., her" sister Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson and Efic, also of Mankato, Minn., the Rev. and Mrs. Stock, Livermore, her uncle Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Lynn and .Paul, her friend Michele Coyle, LuVerne. The first birthday of her nephew Eric Anderson^ was also included and observed. Mr. and M>s. Anderson and Brie were weekend guests in Ihs parental Carl Hanselman home and his parents, Mf. and Mrs. Orville Anderson at Corwith. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Warm- bidf and daughter C&fittie spent Thursday to Sunday at Pierre, S. D., on a vacation fishing! Coftnie Warmbief, 13-year old daughter had the thrill of catching a northern that weighed in at 21Vfe pounds, 43 inches in length. It took the assistance of her father and mother to land the fish, She was entered in a contest being held there. She received second in length and third in weight. OFFICE SUPPLIED AT THE ADVANCE CALL... I 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating • Fast Service •Competitive Ra»es • Dependable ;; FUNK Plumbing & Heating! * South Dodge Algona LOANS *50 TO >5,000 To buy a new or used car - Spring needs To consolidate debts - Any purpose - Payment plans to suit your income. PHONE — WRITE — STOP IN TODAY AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N. Moore Phone 295-3507 .. •••, ••'•.•.-, . . • • NORGE — largest capacity Automatic Gas Dryer "the Only Dryer Featuring Exclusive Siop-N-Dry with 4-Way Drying" o Featuring . . . Slant-back Control Panel . . . Regular Tumble Drying . . . Exclusive Hamper Poor . . . Multi-Cycle Indicator . . . Exclu$ive 5-way venting . . . 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