Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 9
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Algona Ko^uth County 9 • THURSDAY, JULY 20,1947, ALGONA, IOWA vance Married at St. Cecelia's Verna Ella Rezabek, daugh ' ter of Mr. George E. Rezabek and the late Mrs. Elsie J. Rezabek, and John Peter Wagner, son of the late Mr. Nick 6. Wagner and Mrs. Kate J. Wagner, were married July 8 at 9:00 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Rt Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. iMargaret Rezabek, Algona. Best man was Cecil G. Rezabek, Algona. Altar boys were Matt Reilly •and Ronnie Eischen. Ushers were Gerald Davis and Laur- Phete by Gbnn's Studio ence Heiderscheidt. Soloist was Jean Arndonfer accompanied by Mary Hamilton. A noon reception was held at the American Legion hall. Mrs. Laurence Heiderscheidt and 'Mrs. Melvin Finch had the guest book. Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt cut the cake. •Mrs. Melvin Finch and Mrs. Laurence Heiderscheidt opened gifts. After a honeymoon to the bride's aunt at Lone Tree and the Black HiUs, the couple will reside at Route 1, Algona. Iowa State Bank to use computers Algona Scouts win awards at Okoboji camp Boy Scout Troop 70, Algona, returned Saturday from summer camp at Prairie Gold Scout Camp, West Okoboji. Erman Hansen, Gene Chris- chilles, Owen Davies, Steve Schneider, Callen Carson and Mike Koob completed Second Class Scout requirements. Mike Moulton, David Beisell, Scott Buchanan, Tim Rooney, Mike Rooney, Dan Beisell, Craig Lemkee, Jeff Higgs and Eugene Hunt earned a total of 36 merit badges. Thursday night was Parents Night conducted by Order of the Arrow Scouts. Scott Buchanan, Mike Moulton, David 'Beisell and Dr. Joseph Rooney were accepted into the Order. At the closing campfire, Troop 70 was awarded a merit for exceeding their pre-registration. The Flaming Arrow Patrol Deceived the Golden Spoke award for having more than 50 per cent of their patrol at camp. The Eagle Patrol received the Golden Wheel Award for having 100 per cent of their patrol in camp. Troop 70 also received the most coveted award presented at camp, The Baney E. Award for proficiency in troop and patrol camping, a neat secure campsite, uniformed troop, campsite layout and excellence in camp participation. Dr. Joseph Rooney, assistant Scoutmaster, and Dick Beisell, Scoutmaster, attended camp with the troop. Everyone has a choice. He can either change his ways or endure the results. Al Agena, president of the Iowa State Bank, announced that within the next few months, a new Electronic Data Processing Computor System will be introduced to the bank's customers. By utilizing the latest equip- menti the bank expects to offer "faster, better, more complete service." For instance, where the bookkeeping department spends a 35- hour workload, the computer can produce the same amount of work in 35 minutes. The computerized system will handle only checks and deposits at the beginning, but it is hoped to expand the system to include other banking phases. •This electronic data processing has been thoroughly researched by the bank. It will tie in with similar programming systems that are currently in operation throughout the country. No personnel change is anticipated. Former Algona girl leader in MS Therapy Mrs. Frank W. Bagley, Lo,s Gatos, Calif., was a guest recently at the William C. Kuhn home and visited other old friends in this area. She is a former Algona girl, Iris Ashing, and attended school here with Mrs. Kuhn. Her father, Ira Ashing, now lives at Grinnell. Because of her great interest in helping Multiple Sclerosis patients, and also that of her husband, the late Mr. Bagley, they have received recognition in San Jose papers and elsewhere on the West Coast. Mrs. Bagley is president of the Los Gatos Chapter of Multiple Sclerosis Society. Her late husband, an arch- iectual engineer, loved dancing and was asked by a physician if he could find a definite dance step that would improve the walk of an MS victim. Mr. Bagley started working with that patient, and surprisingly, she began to pick up the cha-cha dance step. Later the Bagleys took on more patients and opened their home five evenings each week to help patients without charge. •Some arrived by walking, others in wheel chairs, for the therapy. Patients are assisted in getting on their feet and someone stands by to help in case of a slip or fall, and as many as 36 couples have enjoyed an evening in the Bagley's glass enclosed room. A benefit Ball was inaugurated in the Spring of 1966, and the second Charity Ball held April 15, 1967, took place....two ..weeks .after .Mr, Bagley's death. It will continue, however, and bears his name. The Frank W. Bagley Benefit for Multiple Sclerosis. In her work Mrs. Bagley has met many notables. One woman with whom she works is Shirley Temple-Black, who, has a brother afflicted with the disease. Another is Jack Narz, a Hollywood personality who emceed a benefit called Mexican Summer last month, a fashion show and luncheon. Mrs. Bagley, who went from here to Minneapolis to visit a son feels that this hobby has proven to be a most engrossing and rewarding effort. Champions >Father and son were first and second winners in the Twin Lakes Golf club tourney this past month. Ed Klotz and son, Bill of Manson were tied at the end of 27 holes with Ed winning the first place on the first hole playoff. Insulated 2-QT. SERVER 17 Compart at $2.29 $ 1 Molded plastic decanter to use for juices, water, soft drinks. Screw- on cap; gay carnival colors! 11-357} ANNUAL SUMMER SALE Still in Pro ress SMARTAIRE I QUA VALUES $9.99-$12.99 WHILE THEY LASTI 1399 • $499 AIR STEPS WHITE or BONE—«I«.W VALUES WHILE THEY LASTI S499 • IJ99 CHILDREN'S ROBIN HOOD I YOUN80ALE SPRING SHOES VALUE! M.W-M.W WHILE THEY LAITI BROWN i-" SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA Election held at meeting ef Hurt elevator iort — More than 300 attended the annual stockholders meeting of the Burt Cooperative elevator at the Legion Hall July 14. A drawing for a $25 bond was won by Gerald Soderberg. Other winners were Dennis Hellman, Mrs. Andy Berens, Earl Ackerman, William Trenary, Howard Sigsbee, Mrs. Wayne Keith, Alma Junkermeier, Mrs. Alva Kahler, Roland Chafee, Levant Moore, Robert Angus and John Haupert. Directors elected were Michael Scott, Russell Patterson and Donald Ringsdorf: Jesse Harms retired. Other directors are Elwyn Stenzel, Earl Shipler, Ray Walker and Merlin Madsen. Speaker was Vern Lewis, Kansas City. A girls quartet, Pat Sheirbon, Linda and Janet Becker and Norma Harms sang. Al Godfredson played Hammond Harmonies. The Co-op reported a good year. STEWARD REUNION There were 57 relatives at the Steward reunion at Methodist park at Clear Lake Sunday. Present were the Walter Stewards, Burt; Perry Stewards, Okoboji; John Scotts, Leland; Stephen Macauley, Edmonds, Wash.; Mrs. Helen Steward and James Steward, Garner; the Lavem Schumacher family, Albert Lea; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Meinzer, Dexter, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Onel Steward, Glen view, Dl.; LeRoy Stewards, Staceyville; Lars Klavos, Sun Prairie, Wis.; Lloyd Stewards, Davis, Calif.; Mervin Schumachers, Albert Lea, Minn.; Eugene Stewards, Hayfield, Minn.; Henry Pannkuks and Anton Pann- kuks, Klemme; Mrs. Clarence Boelman and daughter, Clear Lake; Mrs. John Henning.s, Marcellus, Mich.; the Eugene Stewards, Minneapolis. CHURCH VACATION There will be no church services July 23 and July 30 at Burt Methodist church. The Rev. M. C. Davies and family left July 16 for their vacation camping trip, including visits to relatives in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Cape Vincent, N. Y. and sometime at Expo '67 in Montreal. BLUEBIRDS MEET The July meeting of the Burt Bluebirds 4-H club was held at Cindy Faber's. Maida- Soderberg and Malrilyn Cherland gave a report on the 4-H camp they attended. Marilyn Person and Martia Soderberg gave talks, A demonstration was given by Cindy Faber. MEYER REUNION The Meyer reunion was held July 16 at Burt Legion Hall with 90 present from Burt, Estherville, Ringsted, Cedar Falls, Fairmont, Algona, Whittemore, Fetiton, and Marshalltown. Hosts were the Martin Meyers, Burt, and the Merle Culbertsons, Ringsted. J D club members and families had a pot luck picnic Sunday at the Charles Schrader home. George Marios had a light heart attack the first of the week and is resting at home. Dick Lavrenz is substituting for him on the K & H truck. The Walter Stewards visited their daughter, Mary Ellen, Mrs. Ray Miller, July 17 in the Estherville hospital, Room 229. She is & patient because of an injury to her back. Guests Thursday of Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. were Mrs. Bruc2 Heath and three daughters, Columbus, Ohio, and her mother, Mrs. Roy Maubach, Blairsburg. Mrs. Heath and Mrs. Smith taught school together at Corwith a few years ago. Linda Meyer started working this week for Gaarstrom Icwyers at Fairmont. Luella Green, Whittier, Calif., sister of Mrs. Martin Meyer has been visiting relatives in this area for three weeks. The Henry Friedrich family came Sunday from Marcus and returned home Friday. They were guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer. The W. F. Hamstreets, Brownsville, Texas, came Friday for some time here visiting old friends and neighbors. They have an apartment in the Burt hotel. 'David McFarland, Roger Safchet and Craig Giddings are attending Camp Quest at Okoboji this week. Guests at Nels Nelson's Saturday to Monday were the Bill Petersons, Two Harbors, Minn., and Bill Jaoobson, Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Peterson is a sister of Nels Nelson and Bill Jacobson is a nephew. Carpit "Party-Glean" Without Wetting July is a Rood time to Ret at . some of those jobs that have been postponed. Carpet cleaning may bo one of them. \Ve recommend HOST, the now method of cleaning .carpels without wetting. Use carpet immediately after cleaning. Borrow our remarkable HOST Kiel-trie Up-Hrush. It's easy. Clean walk-areas—only $5.05. READ'S FURNITURE Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2216 QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY FEATURING "JERRI" OPEN FROM NOON SATURDAYS "The Inn Place" The PINE ROOl (HOTEL ALGONA) RIGHT HERE AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO. WE'BE SHAVINQ PRICES ON TOT '87 MEBCUtt! We've put the razor's edge to the price of every car in stock for big, big end-of-the-year savings. Come in now while selection is complete. BEAT THE '68 PRICE RISE! WE'RE TAKING A LOT OFF THE TOP OF COUGAR PRICES! Biggest savings of the year on the "Car ot the Year" Award Winner. Now , . . move up to the only American sports car that's jet set styled, young set priced. 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