Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Marjorie Welp is Married 0—Alf«rti ((•*•) Advene* THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1W Sylvia Akre and daughter Joyce, Decorah, Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Akre are daughters of Mrs. Jortond and cousin.? of Mrs. Kinseth. The Keith Opheims and daughters arrived Sunday at his mother, Mrs. Carl Op- helm's. The Opheims live in Chtila Vista, Calif, and will visit relatives in Bode and the area a couple weeks. The Dr. John Haaviks, Charles and David, Duluth, Minn., were weekend guests at the Orren Olsons. The Burton Roods spent the weekend at Ben Barnes at Lamoni. The Arnie Sorleins, Mark, Susan and Kai, Eau Claire, VVLs.. were weekend visitors at Dr. Qually's. The Sorleins recently returned from the Expo '67 in Montreal. The Bob Torfances, Red Oak, were recent visitors at Dr. Qually's. The Arlis Kinseths took the Ed Kinseths to Rochester, Minn. Thursday. Ed Kinseth had surgery Friday at Methodist hospital and is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Kinseth remained at Rochester svith her husband. Mr. Kinseth's address is Methodist hospital, Roor 655A. Uam f or Europe eMy f itenkft — Cynthia Chandler, daughter of the H. R. Chandlers, Dayton, and granddaughter of Mrs. Q. D. Wei- housen, sailed from New York on the S. S. Ryndain June 21 for Rotterdam, Holland. She will attend a language camp in Korinth, Island of Funen, Denmark, for approximately four weeks August 1 she will go to Hojb jerg, Denmark, a suburb of Aarhus, where she will live in the home of the Jens Toft Knudsen family for the next year. She will be the city's first American Field Service scholar. Upon completion of the school year she will tout- Europe for approximately one month, returning to the United States during August, 1968 to enter the University of Kentucky for premedical studies. Mr. Knudson, her host in Denmark, is a machan- ical engineer. Her father is also a mechanical engineer in the Systems Engineering Group at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base. Miss Marjorie Wclp. d;iUKh- ler of Mr. nntl Mrs, A. (.'. Wclp of Bnncroft nml I!ich;ird .1. ClouKh, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Richard D. Cloiif>h ol' Minneapolis wore; united in mart'lago ill a nuptial Mass porl'nrmud by MsKr. .1. II. Schullcs in St. .lohn Catholic church in nan- crofl al 10:3(1 a.m. Saltirday. July IS. Mrs. Donald (.1. II.) Wolp nl' Bancrolt was tin 1 organist. Thp brick-. given in marriauo by her father, was beautifully altiml in a white nmvn of puau de snie with a beaded lace bodice from an empire line, three fourths lenylh lace sleeves with lac'c applique on front of skirt, and a detachable train flowed from the back. Her headdress was a'shoulder length Spanish mantilla over a crown of seed 1 pearls. She carried a cascade of roses. Her sisters. Mrs. .Fames Dier- bi-i'H of SI. Louis, Mo. was matron of honor anil Miss Deborah. Welp of Bancroft, was bridesmaid. They wore identical floor length gowns of pink floral silk chiffon with match- inn head bows. The bridegroom was attended by his brother. Bruce T, ('lough of nioominglnn. Minn., as best man and a friend. David Koch a^ groomsman. Ushers were William Mcfillire. William Holm. Dennis I lilgeiidorf, Brent Running and Gary Brant all of Minneapolis. The men all wore charcoal stroller suits. A reception honoring the couple, was held immediately following the ceremony at Charlie's Supper Club in Al- goiui. The bride is a gi'iuhiiile ot St. .John's high school and College of St. Benedict, St. Cloud, Minn., and is presently teaching at St. Luke's'in St. Paul, Minn. The groom, a Kraduale of the University of Minnesota, is employed by Capp lloir.es. Inc. Following a weeks wedding trip to northern Minnesota and Canada, the couple now reside at H530 - 22nd Ave. So., Bloom- inglon, Minn. IMIIIIMIMMIIIMMHIMM.IItlMIIIMHIIIIIMIHIUIMMMIMIMIIMIMIIIIIIIMIMIHIIIIIIMHIMMIIMnllllllllMIMIIIMIMIIIIIIMMUMMIIIIIKHMIIIIIIIIIHIIMI or relatives in tliis area. Mrs. _.._JJ" „ Jensen is the former Agnes WcDDIIlr Mitzven of Bode, The Jensens * O will visit Harvey Hagen at the 25th open house is dated at Bode Bode — The Harlan Barges' will be given an open house at their farm home Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. for their 25t;h wedding. It is belli;.! hosted by their children, the Gary Petersons and Malanie, Pocahontas and Jerry Bergo, at home. All friends'and relatives are invited. Veterans hospital in Des Moines before returning to . Arizona. Sunday supper guests at the parental John Loman's were the Paul Newsomes, Algona. Recent visitors with the Leo Kinseths were her aunt, Mrs. Los a Jorlancl, Williston, N. D., Mrs. Ellen Olson, Spring Grove, Minn, and Mrs. Friday Only REG. 20c Root Beer Float 10c — Plenty Off Free Parking — YOUR CHOICE OF 3 FLAVORS • Cherry Custard • Chocolate • Vanilla ANK'S DAIRY CREME Locally owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs. Hank Furst South Phillips Street ALGONA BATTERY OPERATED STEREO ft MONAURAL L P.'s 2 for $1M PLASTIC COAT HANGERS 5' CREW NATS Styrofoam SURFBOARD NAPKINS STATIONERY Quart Size SHAMPOO 50 per roll PIANO RECITAL Mrs. Leo Kinseth had some of her pupils in a piano recital at her home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Taking part were Tony Ilosford, Susan Hanson, Jennifer Wood, Janna Brock. Pam Curry, Cindy Hankins, Kathy Fredricks, Rodney Thompson, Linda Wood, Marilyn Olson and Mary Ilosford. Lunch was served the pupils and their mothers by Mrs. Kinseth, assisted by Mrs. Tina Dale. Tito Norman Hollands spenl the weekend in.. Illinois visiting friends they met on their European trip 'last year. Mrs. Fred Johnson and son Dean are visiting at Torger Johnson's, Ponca City, Okla. Fred Johnson is attending two weeks summer camp in Michigan. The David Engels have returned from Nebraska wliero they visited Mr. Engel's brother in Lincoln and brothers of Mrs. Engel in that area. The Price Torgersons, former Bode 'residents, visited Sunday at the Harold Berge's. The Torgersons now live in LeCenter. Minn. Visitors last week at Harold Berge's were the Howard Larsons, Chicago, W. Frettes, Badger, and the Bricksons, Humboldtt. The James Andersons, Wichita, Kan., and the George Pedersons, Dedrie and Darcy, Marquette, were weekend guests.of their mother, Mrs Bertha Pederson. Clifford Sween, Marshallr town, was a weekend guest of his sister, Mrs. Carl Opheim. The Torger Johnsons and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Dean attended the Hauck reunion in the Uvermore park last Sunday. 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