Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 24, 1967
Page 7
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Mqona Kumuth County A MONDAY, JULY H 1H7, ALOONA, IOWA «^,/ V Married at Denver Mrs. Deibert M. Benton, Denver, Colorado, has the honor of announcing the marriage, July 22, of her daughter, Doryoe Mary, to Frederick Jack Kemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack K. Kemp of Port Huron, Michigan. The bride is also the daughter of the late Deibert M. Benton. The wedding took place at 11 o'clock a.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, with the Reverend Father Robert E. Kakeisen officiating at the double ring ceremony. In attendance were the three sisters of the bride, Constance Benton, maid of honor, Evalon and Ellen. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Roger G. Kerns of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Attending his brother was James Kemp of Port Huron, Michigan. Ushers were John H. Taylor, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Lee Karvola of Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Benton-and their four young daughters resided at Wesley until 1947 when Mr. Benton was killed in a train-car crash at Waterloo. Among out of town guests attending the wedding were Mr. Benton's four sisters, all born and raised at Wesley, and their husbands. They are: Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Mildred) Matern, Panora, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold (Irma) Kissack and daughter Sheryl, Fremont, California, Mr. and Mrs. Don (Audra) White, Des Moines, & Mr. and Mrs. Ed (Virginia) Drotleff, Belmont, California. Mrs. Benton is a first cousin of Tom Forburger, who with Mrs. Forburger reside at Wesley. The bridal couple is spending a two week honeymoon in Canada, after which they will depart for two yean, overseas military duty. Upon their return, permanent residence will be Port Huron, Michigan, where Mr. Kemp will continue his education in law. U.P.W. holds 14 meeting tism of their son Gary Jon were Mrs. Georgia Marlow, the Lyle Marlows and Deanh, Bud Marlow and boys, Lloyd Bollingers and Greg, Willis Woodwick and Lisa, from Algona. Sponsors for the baby were the Bud Marlows and Lloyd Bollingers. 'Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Belgrade, Minn came Friday and left for home Tuesday taking her daughter Jean who was visiting here for 10 days. The A. A. Kruegers and Jean Christenspn, Belgrade, Minn., visited the Kermit Kruegers at Forest Lake, Minn., from Tuesday to Thursday. The Luther Kinnes, Lu- Verne, have a girl, 9 to* 2 028. She has been named Tarn* my Lynn and was born at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Maternal grandparents are the Alfred Schadendoris and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Henry Kinne and the late Henry Kinne, Corwith. Mrs. John Sones, Laurens, and her son, the Thomas Sones, Marathon, visited Mrs. John Sones mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Guests Sunday at the A. A. Krueger's were Mrs. Ronald Christenson and Jean, Belgrade, Minn,, the E. A. Lees and Mike, Mrs. Pauline Me- Quire, Will Christenson, the Raymond Neswolds and How- , ie, house guest of their's for two weeks from Chicago, HI. and the Melvin Meyers, David and Bryan. It was Mrs. Meyer's birthday. The Richard Sloans have a boy born June 29 at Inglewood, Calif. He weighed 7 Ibs. 13 ozs. and has been named David John. He has a sister and brother. Mrs. -Sloan is the former Mary Ann Dili- mer, daughter of the Lawrence Dittmers. The Joe Culbertsons took the Karl Ewoldts to Dexter, 'Minn. Sunday and visited friends and relatives, the Fred Doldorfs, Warren Mead and the Maurice Sonksens. Sunday afternoon callers at the Merwin Marlow's were the Russell Thompsons, Burt, Maurice Thompsons, and two of their daughters who are from Florida, also the Ornie Behrends. The Merrill Marlows, Omaha, Neb., visited at the Merwin Marlows Wednesday to Sunday. The Kearn Marlows were overnight guests there Saturday. Weekend callers at the John Bollingers home were Mary Ann and Joan Webel, Algona, the George Bolling- ers, Fenton, Bart Willretts, Burt, Lyle Marlow and the Deann dair Bollingers and Marilyn from Lone Rock. Mrs. Wilfred Radig had two of her birthday clubs last week. The first was 500 club and prizes were won by Mrs. Lyle Marlow high, Mrs. Milton Marlow low, and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt travel. The other was her Friendly Birthday club. The Flag Is Flying In Memory Of... PVT. HOWARD HIRAN EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9 — 12 A.M. . . Sunday 1 — 5 P.M. *+ I DIAMOND'S * WIN-A-HONDA CONTEST In Co-operation With No. la. Appliance July Lakota; The U.P.W. met Thursday, July 14, at 2:30 p.m. with hostesses Ruth Ley, Alice Murray and Martha Schwarz. Mary Alice Ukena gave the de- potions and Barbara Beemer had the lesson for the day. Special music was a piano duet by Rhonda Sleper and Patty Lewis, No U.t.W. meeting will be held in the month of August. At the September meeting members are asked to bring •material. This may be white or tolack or a print, in 3 yard lengths. This material will be sent to Viet Nam. fOOOOOOOOOOOOeOOOOOOOO Lone Rock The Lawrence Dittmers hive been taking care of their grandchildren from California three weeks. Their son-in-law came Saturday to taK# the children to Inglewood where they will see a new brother. They will fly back Monday. 'Last Sunday dinner guests at John Bollinger's after bap- HONDA SPORT 65 65 cc - retaili at $340,00 Will be given away absolutely FREE! DRAWING WILL IE HELD $EPT*2 Yeu'H receive 9 additional coupons with the pvr> chase of any Wrangler garment. This includes girls' cut-offs, beys' slacks and jeans, shirts or jackets. AGE LIMIT; 6 to 9o The more often you're fa - U* more cheacei to wi§{ leeoeeeoectip and deposit tt Diamond'soeooeeeee% DIAMOND'S FtEE HONDA NAME ADDRESS Qopofit this coupon in drawing box at DIAMOND'S eeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooteoeoeeeee> INALGONA FRIDAY & SATURDAY JULY 28-29 Krazy Kostumes Wild Bargains A&IUOUI punoje auop Don't Miss the X-citement! COME ONE CO ENTERTAINMENT THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FOLLOWING ALGONA MERCHANTS: •w I MANUFACTURERS Univortol Manufacturing Ce. FURNITURE - OFFICE SUPPLlii Bjuttrom Furniture Co. Rood's Furniture A Corpeti, Inc. Fetter's CIQTHING * SHOES The Chriichllloi Store Ctiriitenien'i Stylo Center Orohamt Doportmont Store Lowtheld WIMiom, (Hut ClethleN) Kirk'i Sheo Store J. C. P«nnoy Co. Sit Ce, Sheokleyi ihlltf ire.wnWH Sheo ftere lender's PINANCIAt lewt Stato Bank TN itwrity State Bank DRUG STORES Honseruvh Drug Rusk Drug A Jewtlry ENTERTAINMENT Algene A Starllto Theatre*. Tall Paul's DRY CLEANERS A LAUNDRY Modern Dry Cleenero SPECIAL SERVICIS North low* Sewing Machine Co. AUTOMOTIVE Viking Oil Cf. Dou's Gorege 0. K. Tire Service KotivHi Meter Ce. Toyter Meter Co. Perclval Meters HARDWARE Ceeit-feCeost QeinMet Prederlfk Ntrdjwf re litre Algeria Algeria Oreenheviee' Consolidated C*ep. Creameries North Control Public Service Co. Pest Transfer Co. The Smoke Shop ludwle'i Cefe lUid'i Lsundrv ft C loon Ing VINoge APPLIANCES A TELEVISION ________ Electronic Speci*ltios North low* Appliance Center VA1IITY STORES FARM EQUIPMENT Algona Flour A Food Ce. Joo Brodloy Buschor Bros. Toy lor Implomont Ce. Ernio William. Algono Implomont Algene Produce BUIIDINO Algono PlumMng A Moating Carsen'e fer Celer Cewen Corp, Punk PlumMnf A Hooting P. R. Ireni Hotting A Plumbing loing HooHng A PlumWng Miller iJmWr Ce- Dovl* Point Stor^ lUtmo Celer Center United Building Center,, ln ( .

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