Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 10, 1967
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Audrey Lappe, Burt, married at Bancroft -Burt — In a double ring ceremony performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Schulte at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft Audrey Kay Lappe, daughter of the Charles Lappes and Walter Eugene Schiltz, son of the Walter Schiltzes, Bancroft, were married. Maid of honor was her sister, Charlene. Sisters Char- Jotte and Kathy were bridesmaids. The groom's attendants were three brothers, John, Donald and Robert Schiltz. The ushers were Leon Schiltz and Louis Lappe, A reception for 150 was held in Fellowship hall. In charge of gifts were Mrs. Louis Lappe, Mrs. Donald Schiltz, Mrs. Robert Schiltz. Serving punch were the Donald Giffords. Waitresses were Patricia Theresa Sigsbee, Nancy and Jane Bollig, Marie Nelson and Judy Menke. The 5 tiered wedding cake was served by Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee and Mrs. Harold Becker. Dining room hostesses were Vera Bradley, Ruby Hinckley and Lucille Behrends. She is a Burt high school graduate and was employed a year and half at the Cowings Food Market, Bancroft.. She graduated from the Mason City School of Cosmetology. He graduated from St. John's high school, Bancroft, and has spent two years with the armed forces serving overseas in France. They are living in Albert Lea. OFFICERS INSTALLED The Legion and Auxiliary met in the Legion Hall July 5 with 12 Auxiliary and six Legion members present. Hostesses were Leona Lacy and Helen Wermer. Plans were made to serve lunch at the annual elevator meeting July 14. A gift of $5 was sent to the National' Child Welfare Foundation. The next county meeting will be August 8 at Titonka. Sandra Ortman will give a report of Girls State at Cedar Falls. Thecla Christensen was Installing officer and Mary Nelson, sgt. The new Auxiliary officers for 1967-68 arc: Pres.,'Elva Boettcher; Vice Pros., Wantilce Hawcott; sec., Jane Scott; treas., Beth Miller; chaplain, Luclla McWhorter; sgt., Leona Lacy; historian, Gladys Hawcott; and executive board, Genevive Graham, Grace Trenary and Luella McWhorter, Sandra Ortman gave a report on Girls State at Cedar Falls June 5 to 11, reporting to both Legion and Auxiliary members. For the Lions Club meeting July 17, the Auxiliary committee is Virginia Fries, Florence Spear. Dorothy Becker, Gladys Hawcott. ANNUAL MEETING The annual stockholders meeting of the Burt Coop elevator will be held July 14 in the Legion Hall, A drawing for a $25 bond will be held at 8:05 p.m. The Legion, Auxiliary will serve refreshments after the meeting. Lakota school personnel named Lakota: The completion of hiring other personnel at the Lakota school has recently tak« en place and will be as follows: •Mrs, .Emma Blerstedt, Mrs. Irene Peterson and Mrs. Madge Weringa as full time workers in the lunch room and Mrs. Ervln Schwartz, as a part time worker. Custodians will be Gottlieb Rieffer, and George Ennen, who has been hired to fill the vacancy of Henry Mitchell, who retired after serving as janitor for 24 years. Mrs. Helen Ellsworth will be the new school nurse. She will replace Mrs. Sandra Cerney, who will devote her time to her home and family. Mrs. Gcnevieve Hanken will be the remedial reading secretary, Mrs. Karen Olien, secretary to the principal; Mr. Richard Phillips; and Mrs. Margie Richardson, who will serve as secretary to the Supt., Mr. Robert Thompson, and to the Board of Education. Bus drivers will be Earl Ogren, Jakie Peterson, 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson and Harry Kuper. Married Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olton iMarried at St. Joe St. Joe — Mary Susan Reding, daughter of Frank Reding and the late Mrs. Elizabeth Reding, and Kent R. Schulze, son of the Glen Schulzes, Bode, were married May 20 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher read the Nuptial Mass. Maid of rhonor was the bride's sister Mrs. Albert Berte, Livermore. Ivan Larson, Ames, was best man. They will live in Jefferson at 306 South Elm, where he is employed by Dekalb. HIHtmllMHIlmlMIIMMIMtHMIHII at Manson. Kalson Prairie park is a 160-acre park of natural wild flowers and they took pictures at the park. July 4th the Dwayne Nelsons were hosts at a picnic. Also present were the Dean Reeds, Mankato, Dick Johnsons, Waterloo, Jim Gades, Watertown, S. D., Milo Johnson, the Doris Larsons, Rose in Lincoln, Nebr. They had spent a week fishing in northern Minnesota. Lakola school staff complete Lakota: The Board of Education at the Lakota Consolidated Westling and Helen Johnson, school announces that the staff Mrs. Dick Johnson and chil dren spent a week visiting relatives. Roger Wilhelmi is home after some time in Viet The Arnold Skaadburg family has moved from Highview, to a farm home east of town. He was formerly employed at Highview Farmers Coop elevator. He is a new employee at Burt Coop elevator. The Frank Alborns, Silver Bay, Minn., visited last week with Mrs. Jake Gifford, Mrs. Beulah Dundas and other relatives. Vicki Westling and Linda Chipman attended freshman Methodist Camp at Lake Okoboji last week. Rev. M. C. Davies was director of the camp. Mrs. Elsie Winter was a counselor and teacher at the camp. Cub Scouts had a swimming party at the Titonka pool last week with treats afterwards by Patty Cranston, Rose Karels and Beverly Koepke. Chaperones and drivers were Ivy Simmons, Florence Spear and Rose Karels. The Arvin Eilders family moved to their new home in Lake City, last week. The new school head will move soon to this house, the Harry Hansens, from Hawkeye. Rev. Henry Friedrich family, Marcus, were recent guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer. The 33rd annual Okoboji Lakes Bible and Missionary Conference meets July 28 to August 6 at the conference grounds in Arnolds Park. The North Iowa Bible conference at the Methodist camp in Okoboji starts July 30 for a week. The annual picnic at Crystal Lake Sunday, July 9 for families of Masons and Eastern Star members. The F. C. Soderbergs arrived home Wednesday evening from a trip to Illinois. They visited her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Abramson and nephew, the Marvin Abram- Sunday with the Clifford Abramsons at Peoria, 111. Mr. Kleibers, all of Humboldt, visited Burt friends and relatives Thursday. The Merle Richards, Britt, visited Wednesday at Etta Holdren's. The Bill Boettchers, Ankeny, spent several days last clinic in Peori *' ehSSi ° UX Douglas home in Piano, 111. On the way home the Soder- bergs called on Mrs. Soderberg's aged aunt in Colesburg. John Rentz, Garner, visited Tuesday at Walter Rentz's. Mrs. Julia Warne accompanied the Dennis Johnsons on their return to their home is now complete for the coming year. Thomas Philips, vocal music instructor is from Decorah. His wife Sandra is from Fort Madison. They have a son, William 2% years of age. For the last two years his wife taught in the Waterloo Community schools. He graduated from Cedar Falls College this summer. Mrs. Verval Kinnander of Armstrong, has signed a contract to teach 6th grade here at Lakota. Mrs. Kinmander's husbands name is Ray. They have two sons, Don and L.anny, both have graduated from college. She attended college at Esther- vine, Drake, and Cedar Rapids. She has taught at the Sentral school the past ten years. Mrs. Rose Beaver of Buffalo Center, will teach remedial reading. Her husbands name is Darrell and is a barber. The ''Beavers have five children, Kathy 12, Diane 11, George 10, Tom 7 and John 5. She attended the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls .and has taught at Belmond and the Woden- Crystal Lake schools. Mrs. Shirley Sheldahl, wife of Harold Sheldahl, of Elmore, Minn., will teach kindergarten at the Lakota school, which will be held ^k day sessions, in the mornings. The Sheldahls have two children, Sheryl 6 and Barbara 4. She attended Mankato College, Mrs. Gretchen Sylvester of Blue Earth, Minn, has signed a contract to teach the first grade at Lakota. Her husband, Harvey, is administrator at the Blue Earth hospital. They are the parents of two st>ns, Steven 11 and Jill 6. Mrs. Sylvester attended college at Moorhead State. VISITS CHURCH Lakota: Several of the St. Paul's Lutheran church board members were at Minneapolis, Minn. Wednesday, June 28, for a visit to the church headquarters. The group also toured the Augsburg Publishing House. Those going were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Larson, Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Sachs, Mr. and Mrs. Xen- neth Baumann, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Christ Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jakie Peterson and Paul, and Rev. and Mrs. Paul Ofstedal and family, The John Ericksons, Cheri and John, Carroll, visited friends in Bode recently. Mr. Erickson former Twin Rivers band director, will return to Carroll next year where he has been since leaving Bode. He is also a member of the Karl King band and plays in Fort Dodge, Sunday and Thursday evenings. The Don Waddells, Tucson, Ariz,, and the Tony Ringgers, Johnson, Minn., have returned to their homes after spending some time at the home of their parents, the Art Hansons. Other visitors at the Hanson home last Sunday were the Meldahls and family, and Danny Meldahl, Harmony, Minn., Mrs. Inga Monke- lein and the Ray Isacsons, and the Virgil Pedersons of Rolfe, the Jennings Nielsons, Humboldt, and Bob Joselyns, Clarion. Major and Mrs. Max Hoyt, Cindi, Linda and Paul visited over the weekend at his brother, the Clarence Hoyts, Major Hoyt returned recently from Viet Nam. The John Bernards, Dallas, Texas, were guests of Mrs. Nora Quill Sunday. Mrs. Carl Opheim accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Roger Johnson and-children of Harcourt to Garvin, Minn., where they visited the Morgan Johnsons. The Ed Koopmans, New Albany, Ind., have been visiting her uncle, the Bill Reeds. Dr. and Mrs. Tepner and Lakota: Betty Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meyer of Lakota, and David Na- vorska, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Navorska of Ashland, Ohio, were united in marriage Saturday, June 3, at 7:00 p.m. at the First Baptist church in Blue Earth, Minn, with Rev. Bruce Young officiating. Organist Miss Carolyn Ley accompanied soloist Ruth Ann Linberg of Lincoln, Neb., as she sang, "The Wedding Prayer" and "Because". Mrs. Lynn Hertzke of Spirit Lake was her personal attendant. Miss Shirley Meyer, sister of the 'bride, was maid of honor and Joan Miller of Elmore, was bridesmaid. The groom's attendants were his friends, Al McDonald and Don Becker, both of Lincoln, Neb. Ushers and candlelighters were Gary Meyer and Jack Smidt of Lakota. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smidt acted as dining room host and hostess. Pete Smidt and Wm. Smidt sang at the reception. The bride is a 1964 graduate of Lakota high school and Mankato Commercial College. She has been employed as a stenographer at Lincoln, Neb. The groom is employed in Cleveland by Union Carbide. The couple left for a trip to Montreal, Canada and returned June 13. They are now at home in Lakewood, Ohio. IIMIUIIMHIIMIIIinimMHtHlltHmlMIIHHIIMMIIIIIIMIIMtlHIIIIMMMI son left for northern Minnesota July 8 for vacation. They expect to be gone until July 24. The Paul Halvorsons and Stephanie were visitors over the weekend at his aunt, the Justin Torgersons. The Cliff Sandys, Dows, have moved into the Harold Skaugstad house. The Alfred Kasids, St. Paul, have returned to their home after visiting a week with her parents, the Andrew Lees, The Tom Sawyers, St. Paul, visited Wednesday at Harold Skaugstad's. Mrs. Laila Sundstrom of (Iowa) MONDAY, JULY 10, 1W Big Lake, Minn., visited her •tint, Mrs. Olaf Olson last weekend. Jane Olson returned to DCS Moines Monday where she is employed at Methodist hospital. Jane spent the past week at Twin Lakes where she was a counselor at Bible camp, and spent the weekend with her parents, the Ron Olsons, Luckies plan achievements Lakota: The Lakota Luckies 4-H Club met at the home of Joyce Bierle Friday, June 30, at 7:30 p.m. Eleven members were present. Joyce Bierle led in the 4-H Pledge. Rules and regulations for the fair were discussed by Mrs. Edna Thomson. Pat Lewis presented a report on her experiences at Conference Camp at Ames. Sandy Boehm and Madonna Janssen reported on District Camp at Clear Lake. Committees for our Achievement Show were then set up: the food committee, Rhonda Sleper, chairman: Lucille Anderson, Madonna Janssen and Sandy Boehm. The poster committee: Pat Lewis, chairman; Connie Lewis and Barb Kollasch. All tjther girls are on •the serving committee. Joyce Bierle presented a talk entitled "Wood Finishing". Pat Lewis gave a talk concerning "Complexion Hints". "Exercises" was the topic of a talk given by Sandy Boehm. Connie Lewis presented a.talk on "Posture", a problem most of us have. To complete the pro- cram Lucille Anderson gave a Lalk on "Buymanship." Reporter, Sandy Boehm. SAVE MONEY ATTENDS SYNOD Lakota: Hev. John Rieners attended the Synod of Iowa Presbyterian meetings at the Bucna Vista College Campus at Storm Lake, from Monday until Wednesday of last week. He attended the Senate meetings and Mrs. John Ukena attended the Synodical, a ladies meeting. Emma Jean Ukena visited with relatives at Newell while her mother attended these meetings. WINS $100 Lakota: The Lucky Bucks call of Lakota on Wednesday evening, June 28, was for $100. •Mrs. Alice Bruers name was called and she was on hand to claim the money. Next Wednesday, July 5, the call will again be for twenty-five dollars, CONVENTION Lakota: On Monday and Tuesday, June 26 and 27, Mrs. Pearl Smith attended a postmasters training school at Ames. JULY SAVINGS BEAUTY SALONS Grandparents are the A. C. Hinckleys and the Willaim Brehms. Mrs. Brehm is the former Carilyn Hinckley and her twin sister Marilyn, Mrs. Don Thomson, Iowa City is spending a few days at the Brehm home in Sioux City while the A. C. Hinckleys are caring for the Thomsen children Michelle and Scott. The H. J. Lacys went to Spirit Lake July 6 for a vacation for 9 week at the lakes. The F. L. Ryersons, Lulu Hawcott, Selina Clifton and Elva Simpson spent July 5 in Fort Dodge and Manson. They had a smorgasbord dinner at the Starlite cafe in Fort Podge and in the afternoon visited the state park The Flag Is Flying In Memory Of... SP. 4 WILLIAM KERN EftSTUWN MEMORIAL GARDENS * OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9 — 1? A.M. . . Sunday 1 — 5 P.M. 1/2 PRICES .. our famous #*O Zoto Prescription Permanent curl! TWO WEEKS ONLY BEGINS MONDAY BEHIND-THE-EAR HEARING AID... ZENITH "EMBLEM" Costs $100 less than you'd expect for proven Zenith quality. A trim, inconspicuous model that may help you hear.better and save you money. Compare . . . test ... enjoy. In case you haven't heard. 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