Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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Mr. irtd Mr*. R«f*r Oldflk- sen and three sons arrived Saturday from International Falls, Minn., where they had vacationed for ten days. They remained overnight and returned to DCS Moines Sunday afternoon, taking their dog which had been cared for by Roger's parent*, during the family'* absence. 4—Alf*«a ()•*•) THURSDAY, JULY 13, IW Lakola Pair Is Wed Remember last Summer BUY AN AIR CONDITIONER FROM THE DEALER OF YOUR CHOICE THEN . . . CAUL US FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION! EXPERT, PROMPT ELECTRICAL SERVICE Phone 295-2223 UTT Electric JIM UTT 421 E. CALL ALGONA, IIWA GREEN COLONIAL AIR CONDITIONING AIR COOLED The excellence of GREEN COLONIAL summer air conditioners is the result of years of engineering "know how" and superior workmanship in manufacture and design of quality products. The result is maximum summertime comfort and trouble-free operation. GREEN COLONIAL air conditioners include a five-year guarantee from defects in workmanship and material in the refrigeration circuit, including compressor, condenser, evaporator and expansion valve. Ask to see this valuable guarantee and compare it with any other available. Ask us today about GREEN COLONIAL "whole house" units in 3, 4 and 6-ton sizes. Years of summer comfort will be yours with GREEN COLONIAL air conditioning from . . . R. J. Funk Plumbing & Heating PHONE 5-3234 ALGONA SUMMER'S HOTTEST BUYS Shower given at St. Joe for California!) Irvington—A miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Lanny Well, Chino, Calif., waa held at Mrs. Margaret Kent's last week Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs. Ronald Waldera and Bobby, Mrs. Steve Canaday and Chris, Mrs. Verl Patterson and Jeanne, Mrs. Darlow Rogert, Mrs. Harold Sabin and Peggy, Mrs. Verona Witcher, Gloria Canaday, Mrs. Lawrence Miller and Kathy, all of this area, Sheryl Harris and Ivadelle Tietz, Whittemore, and Mrs. Ronald Peck, Algona, the Tietees who have been visiting her parents, the Verl Pattersons, left for home Thursday. The Richard Farrells, Sioux City, have their first child, a daughter born July 8. Grandparents are the Herman Beckers, Irvington, and Vernes Farrells, Emmetsburg. Sunday evening guests at Harold Sabin's were Mrs. Margaret Kent, Mrs. Riebhoff and Kenneth Strayer, all of Algona. The Lee Vander Waal family left Friday for their home in Bradley, 111., after several days visiting relatives and friends. They arrived at Mrs. Vander Waal's mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell's, Irvington, July 3. Mr. Vander Waal's parents, the M. L. Vander Waals, Algona, who were vacationing in California at the time, arrived home and the Lee Vander Waals were able to visit them before leaving for their home. They also visited Mrs. Vander Waal's sister, the B. O. Davises here, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Marie Colwell, Algona, who was vacationing at Clear Lako. They drove to Clear Lake to visit Marie Colwell, and also visited a brother of Mrs. Vander Waal, the Charles Col- wells, St. Benedict. A July 4th neighborhood picnic was held at Darlow Rogert's. The Terry Denings, operators of the T. D. Ranch, Spring View, Neb., were Sunday visitors at Harold Sabin's. Some of David Sabin's club calves have been purchased 'from the Denings. The Den- ings had also visited at the Lyle Bensens at Ringsted. Mrs. Margaret Kent family attended a picnic at Ronald Peck's for Mrs. Peck's brother and family, the Warren Ferdens, Texas, who were vacationing there. Other guests were the Elmer Fer- dens and Mrs. Stone, West Bend. Paul Hudson, who was taken from the Fort Dodge hospital to Iowa City June 27, is improving and will be able to come to Algona for weekends, then return to Iowa City for continued treatment. Mrs, Hudson is with her daughter, Arvilla Volentine at Omaha. The Gerald Hobbs family, Red Oak, were at Woodrow Johnson's July 4th. The chil- • f dren Julie and Steve remain- Engaged MR. AND MRS. Albert Harmes, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching wedding of their daughter, Sharon, to Denver Piatt, son of Walter Piatt and the late Mrs. Piatt, Mt. Pleasant. The couple will be married Sept. 2 at the Irvington Presbyterian Church. ed for several days with the Johnsons, who are their grandparents. The Godfrey Johnsons, Battle Creek, Mich., left for home last week Wednesday after a few days here.. They visited the L. A. Johnsons and the Paul Watsons, Algona, and the Woodrow Johnsons, Irvington. Construction of a new house on the Dr. Benjamin farm, east of Irvington, recently tenanted by the George Vitzthums. The new house will be located much closer to the road and is being built by the Tietz Construction Co., Algona. The Ben Mullins, Kanawha, were visitors July 9 with Mr. Mullin's sister, the Charles Reapers, Irvington. Bernard Capesius of this area, who had been visiting hans in San Francisco, Calif., for two weeks, arrived home via air Thursday at Mason City, where he was met at the airport and returned to his home here. Mr. Capesius had accompanied his daughter and children home by jet after Mrs. Crehan and two daughters, Leslie and Carol, had visited her parents here June 12 to 24 when they left for San Francisco from Mason City by jet. . Visitors with Mrs. Alex Eischen, St. Benedict, July 3 were the • Ferd Brethorsts, Chokio, Minn. The Brethorsts are former residents of this area. Other visitors with Mrs. Eischen Monday evening were the Brethorst's daughters and husbands, the James Fitzpat- ricks and the Ray Walkers, both of Algona. Other guests in the evening were the Art Kleins, Sexton, Phil Eischens, Whittemore, Harold Eischens, Wesley, Father Nicholas Ruba, the Marvin Eischens, Henry Pfeffers and Robert Eischens, all of this area. The Brethorsts formerly lived on the farm now occupied by the Marvin Eischens. Linda Swanson and Phyllis Dean are accompanying the latter's parents, the Elmer Deans, on a motor trip to California. Both girls are teachers in the Hawarden schools and will resume their work there in the fall. The Ronald Sabins attended a Bliven reunion at Decorah Sunday. Others attending were the Erwin Blivens, Larry Blivens and Jean Jackens, all of Rudolph, Wis., and the Charles Riesetters, Eldora. A belated birthday party for Mrs. Harold Sabin was held at Mrs. Don Larson's Friday afternoon. Attending besides Mrs. Sabin were Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. Ronald Peck and Mrs. Margaret Kent. Mrs. Sabin's birthday was in May, but because of a heavy schedule of activities the party was postponed. The Carl Swansons attended a Wegner reunion at Luverne July 9. his daughter, the John Cre- •K;MNK3«r£i>gaK>^ KEEP COOL Electrically! Karen Louise Baumann, daughter of the George M. Baumanns, and Harold It. Wagenaar, son of the Jake Wagenaars, all of Lakota, were married July 2, at 2:30 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota. Pastor Paul Ofstedal officiated for the double ring ceremony. Ruth Baumann, and Barbara Baumann, sisters of the bride, were maid of honor, and bridesmaid. Shelia Baumann, niece of the bride, was flowergirl. Jeffery Baumann, nephew of the bride was the ring bearer. Fred Wagenaar, cousin of the groom, was best man, and August Baumann, brother of the bride, was^the groom's attendant. Ushers were Eugene Vander Wolde and Harold Baumann, GandleligMers were Jake Wagenaar, Jr. and Ernest Baumann, Jr. Organist was Mrs. Kenneth Aukcs, and soloist was Eugene Van Wyk. Evelyn Wagenaar had the guest book. A reception for 200 was held in the church parishhall. The Ted Van Hoves were hosts. Norma De Boer, and Karen Gunnink served punch. Mrs. George Steinberg and Henrietta Evink poured coffee. Waitresses were Cheryl Liebrand, Joan Miller, Diane Jorgensen, and Evelyn Wagenaar. A round four tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Jack Eisenhauer and Mrs. Eugene Van Wyk. Gift carriers were Ronnie Wagenaar and Donnie Mastbergen. Mrs. Lamont Koppen, Mrs. Jim Mitthun, and Kathy Peterson, opened and arranged the gifts. After a short wedding trip they will live in Orange City where he will complete his last year of college. 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