Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 17, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 17, 1967
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I " 8 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••! I see by the j I Advance .. . " NEWS BRIEPS FROM' AROUND ALGONA— Mr. end Mr». Walter Klamp visited Mrs. G. W. Bggclston at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge several weeks ago. Mrs Eggelston is the wife of a former Methodist minister at Burt. Over the July 8 week- sen had as visitors over the July 8 weekend, their daugh. ters annd . s O"; lnilaw . s ^ r : lva " df Mrs. Bud Alke and family of Osage and Mr and Mrs. Owen Tjaden and family of Monticello, Iowa. visited by Mrs. Isenbcrger's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Dodds of DCS Moines. Enroute home Mr. and Mrs. Klamp stopped in Humboldt to bring with them to Algona Mrs. Klamp's sister, Mrs. Grace Fleming who was a house guest for a week. Also visiting the Klamps for several days was a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Cokato, Minn. Pam Hopkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins weekend for a brief visit with her parents and a pre-birthday celebration. Pam's birthday was on Monday, July 10. She is for the past two years has made her .home in Japan. Mr. Parsley is a representative of the International Harvester Co. and has been in Japan where at present they are manufacturing large machinery. Mrs. Parsley has been visiting her parents and friends for the past ten days and left on Friday, July 13 for Barrington, 111., and from there she will leave to join her husband in Japan. Mary Ann Lovstad, daugh held Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club with 40 couples participating. Winners in the event were Mrs. Rex Taylor and .Mrs. Corwin Peer with a 41 and second place was won by Mrs. pave Smith and Mr. Clayton Pitt' man with a 42. A buffet din' ner followed the golfing event. In charge of the event were Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Dave Smith. Mr. and Mr*. Mil** Stanlker attended the Lions Club International convention held in Chicago recently. This is a four day event and is held annually in one of the major cities. Bode talent show winners are listed f 1 Whittemqrc girl married Sharon Kay Barber, daugh- gona, and Dean Meyer, Whit- sity of lo-.va at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Dick in Hock Falls, 111. the earlier part of June were Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Stebritz and three of their daughters, Mrs. Don Krause of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Jerome Klepper of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Marlin Kirsch of Irving, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhclmi are the owners of the Wilhelmi Motel in Rock Falls and the Stebritz family re.union was weekend. Driving home with Mr. and Mrs. Stebritz for a month's visit was Mrs. Kirsch, the former Diane Stebritz and her son Tod. Mr. Kirsch joined them here and spent the week before returning to Texas, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles from Thursday, July 5 until Saturday, July 7. While in Algona, Mr. Kin'J visited with many friends and also in Bancroft and Brill with friends in that area. H«; returned to Gravity, la., where he had taken his 3 children to remain for a visit with Mr. King's father and with the parenls of his laic wife, Darlene. Lovstad returned July 6 from a week at the Iowa Great Lakes Bible camp which is held at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Paul Seeley left on Wednesday, July 11 for Lansing, Kansas to visit at tha home of Mr. and Mrs. Niell .Hint/.. Mr. Hintz has been hospitalized al Munson Army Hospilal in Leavenworth, Kansas where he is undergoing tests for a recent illness. Mrs. Seeley left from Mason City on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Hintz is a brother of Mrs. Secley's. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor and family atlcnded Ihe mus- thc Tyrone Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis over the July 8 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ste- brilz have as guests for several weeks in their home Pat and Cathy Stebritz of Fort Worlh, Texas. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slebrilz. Also visiting the Stebritz's is anolher grandchild, Tommy Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Krause of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Krause is the former Beverly Stebritz. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner over Ihe July 15 weekend was Iheir daughter, Mrs. Ruby Walton of DCS Moines. Michael L. Parsons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons, Algona, were married June 25 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. The 2:30 p.m. double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Cleo Kautsch. Roxann Beisch, Fort Dodge, niece of the bride, was tha maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Elaine Henry, Whittemore. Gary Schultz, Algona, was best man, and Tom Parsons, groomsman, Algona, attended his brother. Ushers were Lloyd Hill, Al- _ of the bride, " Algona, was flower girl, and Terry Beisch, a nephew, was ring bearer. Soloist Loveda Barber, sister-in-law of the bride, was accompanied by Rueben Butzke. A reception for about 100 guests was held at St. Paul's Lutheran School after the ceremony. The bride and groom are both 1967 graduates of the Algona Community high school, and he is presently employed at the Algona Reminder. They reside at 213Vz East State Street, Algona. Bed* — Results of the Talent Show at the Bode celebration recently are—Junior division; 8 to 12 years. First, iMarsha Halsrud, piano solo; second, Michael Olson, ac- cordian, 3rd, Kim Lau, guitar, 4th, Richard Hoversten, piano solo. Senior division: 13 and over, Jo Ellen Meyers, first, piano; second, Marilyn 01- aoft, piaiid; third, Becky Lau, guitar; 4th, Matly* Rawing, trumpet; 5th, Keith Atens, guitar. Groups: Cindy Hankins and Pam Curry, piano duet, first; Hoversten quarter, Richard, Joan, Jean, Jane, piano; second place; Kim • Christiansen and Jeanne Bakken, third place. Entertainment was furnished by the Stepping Stones, Denny Kissinger, Wayne Christiansen, Gary Christiansen, guitars, Watts, Clear , Lake, drums, and Craig Kinseth, vocalist, the Melody Moms, and a trio, Amy Jotten, Oliver Christiansen and Don Kinne, accordians and mouth organ. Trophys for first place in the parade was awarded Hanks Shoe Store, Trading Post; second place to the Post office, 3rd place to Red Lantern, trophy to Twin Rivers Band, Julie and Clay Pfilb- sen in the Kiddie class. Most riders in club, Humboldt Saddle Club; 2nd ribbon, Pioneer Saddle Club. Most riders in one family, Cyril Kelners. Trophy show held at the Bode baseball diamond. Eight classes were held with trophy going to first place and 5 ribbons awarded. Ten towns were represented in the show, jerry Thompson was the announcer. Dr. ynn was judge. Carol and Shirley Holthaus i were ribbon girls. OFFICERS ELECTED Clover Leaf Aux. met at Mrs. Orlando Gfetstad's July 11. Mrs. Royal Hanson and Mr*. Etta Underberg were assisting hostesses. President Mrs. Shirley Bakken had charge with Mrs. Ruth Olson reading the minutes and Mrs. Lorraine Jenson gave the treasurers report. Names were Submitted by nominating board for neVv Auxiliary officers for the coming year: President, Mrs. Pat Brock; vice, Mrs. Pearl Barber; sec., Mrs. Hannah Rongved; and treas., Mrs. Lorraine Jenson. A unanimous ballot was cast for the officers and they were installed by the County JULY _ president, Mrs. Graci Aurt. Becky Hankins, the Bode representative to Girts State told of her week at Girla Slat/there will be no August meeting. The Arnold Larsotn have returned after a week at her daughter, the Gordon Johnsons, Mt. Vernon. Walter Bakken and Ivan {Dale went to Lima, Ohio, lait week to get two new achool j buses for the Twin Rivers school. SAVE MONEY 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. The quality goes in before the name goes on* AUTHORIZED ZENITH DEALER RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY Algona, Iowa I I I I I I MAIN FLOOR SALE of Mrs. Burl's, Miss Linda Hardy of Decorah, la. Joan and Julie Burt, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Burt were flower girls in the wedding party. Miss Karen Shirley, daugh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shirley has been visiting at her home since June 25 after having received her Masters Degree at Mills College in Oakland, California. Karen left Saturday, July 14 for a vacation in New York and Boston after which she will go to Haystack College in Deer Isle, Maine where she will take a course in Ceramics. In the 'fall Karen will be leaching in Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Marion. Rots Nine Eagle Park'near Lamoni, Iowa over the July 7 weekend. The Ross's took with them Miss Virginia Deal and Miss Lana Bishop as guests for the weekend. At Nine Eagle Park Mr. and Mrs. Ross met their daughter and son-in-law, 1st Sgt. Larry Durfey who is Mr. and Mrs. James Heider- scheidt and family visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baker and family of Winterset. The Dean Baker's are former residents of Algona and just recently moved to Winterset Mr. and Mrs. Heiderscheidl also were in DCS Moines before reluming home on Sunday, July 9. They were gone 10 days. St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meel Thursday, July 20 at 2 o'clock in the church undercroft. Chairman for the project is Mrs. Roland Gardner and hostesses are Mrs. Glen Shore and Mrs. Howard Long. Ladies of the Golf and Card Association of the Algona Country club will meet Wednesday, July 19 with Mrs. Dick Cook and Mrs. Maynarcl Miller in charge of the golf event and Mrs. Virgil Guilder in charge of the luncheon and cards. Winners in the golf event Wednesday, July 12 were Mrs. Claude Slagle in Class A, Mrs. Dick Cook, Class B, and Mrs. Dick Cowan, Class C. Chairman for the event, Low Net Mystery was Mrs. Harold Erickson, Mrs. Ted Herbst and Mrs. Dave Smith. Bridge winners were Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. Norbert Kelly and Mrs. Merlin Baker. Hostess for the afternoon was Mrs. Frank Zender. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Steve George over the July 8 weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Everist and family of Hopkins, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Everist also visited at the Bill Easier home in Burt. Mrs. Uur« Hough was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Woith in Owatonna, Minn, over the 4th of July holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Johnson, brother and sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johnson moved to Algona several weeks ago and are living in the apartment of Mr. Harry Ward. Mr. and Mr«. Herman Jan- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burt and family attended the wedding Saturday, June 24 of a niece Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Montgomery had as guests over the weekend their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coppock of Marion, Iowa. They returned on Sunday to J, Mo. The park is located about half way between Algona and Fort Leonard Wood thus the couples decided to meet at this point for a weekend together. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker drove to Iowa City on Thursday, July 12 to take their daughter Carol to the University of Iowa for summer orientation. They returned on Friday. A two-ball foursome Was JULY AYINGS BEAUTY SALONS PRICE! ... our famous Prescription Permanent • haircut! • pre-perm test curl! • shampoo! e f«$hion set! 109 N. Hall Phone 295-5162 ONE WEEK ONLY Downtown Store Phone 295-3477 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I • •» NO STAIRS TO CLIMB-ALL SALE ITEMS ON ONE FLOOR- CHILDREN'S CLEARANCE ITEMS MOVED TO MAIN FLOOR FOR THIS EVENT! GUARANTEED GS AV and more on all merchandise. Biggest Sale of the Year! All summer items must go. Nothing held hack - Nothing carried into fall! ALL MERCHANDISE REGROUPED AND REPRICED! "LADIES AND CHILDREN'S FASHIONS" I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I

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