Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1967
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Vaske-Hyman Vows Solemnized Shower for Linda Ramus at Lone Rock Lorn Rock — A bridal shower was held in the Lone Rock church July 29 for Linda Ramus, soon to be the bride of Dr. Thomas Long, GlenvUle, Minn. The program was opened with welcome and scripture by Mrs. Dorothy Kraft. Corsages were present* ed to the honored guests and pinned on by Mrs Romaine Priebe. Mrs. Patsy Priebe read "This Is Your Ufe." Partid- pelting in the skit were Denise Ramus, Janell Newbrough, Cheryl Weisbrod amd Linda Knoll. Ren mae Vottler sang accompanied by Judy Kraft. 'Registering guests was Judy , Kraft with Kay Gietzenauer, Janell Newbrough in charge of gifts. Linda and Tom open- Miss Jane Frances vasice of ed their gifts together with Rochester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus registering Mrs. Leander J. Vaske of Banthem. Lunch was served by croft became the bride of Rithe Hostesses, Mrs. Everett <= hard Geor « e Hyman of Roch- Witham, Seneca, poured. f ter - s ° n ° Major and Mrs. There were 83 guests in- Harry J. Hyman of Davenport, eluding hostesses who were °. n . s , ai ™*? y > 3 "£™ ininn JT SST?Li£ B - 1 SS K ™« Ht ath Rev."MontU^r. Kraut,. Clarence ivraii, LOW seph H. Schultes officiated at rence JNewbrough, Mary Gen- lh d b , . 10:30 cer . rich, Frank Dreyer, Sam Me- emony aeish, Dave Weber, Raymond Joann Vaske of Ban^t was Johnson:, Howard Bierstedit, maid of honor; Mary Lou Vas- Allwyn Lockwood, Larry ke of Mankato, Minn., was Ramus, Bill Knoll, George bridesmaid and Susan Vaske of Kissnel, Lawrence Geitzenau- Bancroft was junior brides- er, Ddbert Gietzenauer, Orn- maid. All are sisters of Jthe ie Behrends, Glen House- bride. 'holder, Jerry Wibben, Mer- Stephen Hyman of Davenport Win Marlow, Art Baker, Ray was his brother's best man and Laabs, Alf Krueger, Lloyd Patrick Vaske of Shakopee, Huitdlinson, Eugene Hanson, Minn., brother of the bride, was Albert Shaser, Junior Hurl- groomsman. burt, Dennis Priebe and Ush ers were Jerry Hutchm- Frank Flaig. HAS 79th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Georgia Marlow had her 79th birthday Saturday, July 29. Morning callers were Mrs. Bett Pettit, Mrs. Erich Seegetoarth, Mrs. George Kiss- ned 'and Mrs. William Marlow. Aw afternoon surprise party was held in her honor, and present were the Vic Wha- lens.Mlrs. Edna Stow, Doili- ver, Mrs. John Bellinger and son of Rochester, Minn., cousin of the bride and Gary Berg of Rochester, friend of the froom. Acolytes, all cousins of the._ bride were Ray Govern of Ledyard, Vincent Fangman of Elma, Jerry Lynch of Burt and Larry Hynes of Plainview, Minn. Organist, Mrs. Lawrence Govern of Titonka accompanied the soloist, Mary Ann Kayser. Ray Vaske, cousin of the bride led- group, singing during the Nuptial Mass. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for two-hundred guests. The bride is a graduate of St. John High School of Bancroft and Mankato Commercial College. The groom graduated from John Marshall High School in Rochester and attended Rochester Junior College. He served two-years in the U. S. Navy. The couple resumed work at IBM in Rochester, where they, are both employed, after a. weeks wedding trip to Colorado. Ronald Christensons in Belgrade, Minn. Willard Ohin, Ellendale, Minn., spent the weekend with his parents, the Ed Ohms. The Ed Ohms spent a few days with their son, the Gordon Ohms, Avoca. _ The Roy Jensens and Tena Jon, Mrs. Eugene Marlow and Jensen visited an aunt, Mrs. ... .... .."** «•'_-••• **__. .. rpamta T AMwxn , TXfalHaiCTha Ivfirvn Mrs. Johnson dies at Bode Wednesday Marlow, Mrs. William Marlow, Louise, Deann and Donna Marlow, Debbie and Gina Collins from Livermore. BIRTHDAY COFFEE A coffee party was held Saturday morning at Frank Flaig's for Mrs. Melford Mitchell's birthday. Other guests Mrs. A i .an Mrs Teha barth and Tena See- SISTER IS DEAD The Rev. Bullocks and Ellen arrived Friday in Lakeside, Calif., to visit Mrs. Bullock's sister, who was very ill. The sister died Saturday. HAS 80th BIRTHDAY • Mrs. Grace Ramus, mother of Leo Ramus will have her 80th birthday August 1. Sha is staying at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. 'Scott and Darwin Dreyer are slaying with their grandparents, the Frank Dreyers and the Arno Juhls, while their folks are on vacation. The Art Alexanders, Algona, were Sunday callers at Leo Ramus's. The Dale Wegeners, Swea City and Mrs. Clara Rath, Algona, were Sunday guests at Maurice Weisbrod's. Gina and Debbie Collins, Livermore, have been spending a few days with their aunt and uncle, the Merwin Marlow's. The Raymond Bierles were Sunday evening callers at Al- hvyn Lockwood's. The Jim Marlows left Wednesday for a few days at Don terian congregation will worship at the chapel at the Presbyterian camp at Lake Okoboji at 10 a.m. Everyone is to take food for a picnic dinner. The Alfred Schultz family •and Mrs. Hulda Schultz, Whittemore, called at Mrs. Maude Blainchard's Wednesday evening. Sunday afternoon callers at Georgia Marlow's were the Don Collins, Livermore, and evening callers were the Melwin Marlows, Lyle Marlows and Deann, George Kissnedi, Harlan Marlows and Donna, William Marlows, Louise, Connie and Ricky, Kearn Marlows, Humboldt, Debbie and Gina Collins, Livermore. The David Webere, Jr. Chowchilla, Calif., stopped at the Dave Weber's last weekend on their way to Osage to work at the Osage Medical Group for one month. They are both studying to become doctors. The Kermit Kruegers, For eat Lake, Minn., spent the weekend at the parental A. A. Krueger's. Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with the Fredrick Schultzes. The John Some, Laurens, spent Saturday. with her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. 0 .„._ July 28 at St. Olaf's Lutheran church in Bode, with Rev. Robert LeMont of Trinity Lutheran church in Ottosen officiating. Survivors include her husband; a son, Howard of Ruthven; two grandchildren; three brothers, Jesse and Leonard Schmidt of Ruthven, and Ver- Ie Schmidt of Titonka; and a sister, Mrs. John Thompson of Barstow, Calif. The former Blanche Schmidt, Mrs. Johnson was born at Lone Rock where she received her education before moving to Bode in 1923. On Aug. 22, 1923, she married Melvin Johnson, and they farmed near Bode until their retirement in 1955. They have lived in the town of Bode since. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode. Burial was at the church cemetery with Schellhammer funeral home of West Bend in charge of arrangements. St. Joe Mrs, Sylverter Wafnor Mrs. Ray Zeimet had major nffi union in the Clear Lake park Sunday. Next year's reunion will be held July 29 at Irvington. The Sylvester Wagners and niece Barbara Wagner, returned Monday evening from Fort Wayne, Ind, Barbara, daughter of the Orville Wag- nws spent since July 7 with her sister and brother-in-law, the Bob Andersons, Ashland, Ohio. The Sylvester Wagners visited with their daughter and son-in-law, the Bob Kruses, Fort Wayne, Ind. and spent Sunday in Ashland with a: Lone Rock Sunday enroute club met for *«»* via pton« foe a week in Une Wagner has the club Aug- tives alter vacationing on the at Ellsworth, Wis. 'Mrs. Harley Lenardson and Gail and Carol, Midland, Mich., came Friday to her •—,- —• ----«»-• XtfaSer, the Will Christ- Monday guests here of the ^^^^ ^^ "• j»i_. • , ,. f^&t\VCI& lA/tQtf fUknC A *tl«vM V rpVimr iiu&m UflCnT/\T*C VJTCUJTKV WlHblM?* 1 '* - — , Or•, and ' * n * . Joyca, They were viators at her father, the _„—je Zwiefels, Swea City. They are planning to spend a few days this week with the AJtoPtl| .,. of . . .Roger Bownajm, Oarion, a £ ^^^ ^ ^^ 'oK?"?^ 1 surgery in University hospital Schumacher re- - . .^^ © KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR August 15-16-17-18 ^^^^••^•^B Featuring: SHRINE MOUNTED PATROL & FREE BEEF BARBEQU COME TO THE FAIR!! EQUIPMENT MANY OTHER EXCITING FEATURES ACTIVITIES GREAT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY MERRIAM'S MIDWAY SHOWS ALL FOUR DAYS THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FOLLOWING ALGONA MERCHANTS: MANUFACTURED UnivtrMl M«nwr«cturin« C«. FUHMITUM — OFFICE SUPPLIES •juitrom Furnlturt Co. Read's Furnitor* 4 C«rp«ti, Inc. F««t«r'i CLOTHING 4 SHOES TH0 CHriicMUti Sttf* ChritttfiMn'i ftylt Ctnttr Or»h«m« DfMrtmtnt Start WiMi«mi (Hub Ctothitril Kirk'i ihft Sttrt J. C. F«nnty Co. f i k Co. ihitbltyi trtwnMH SKoo fltrt DRUO STORES Honibruch Drug Ruik Drug A Jewelry ENTERTAINMENT Toll Poul't SiWINO MACHINES North low* Sowing Mochint Co. AUTOMOTIVE Viking Oil Co, Ptw'i 0»rogo Jeck't 0. K- Tiro Sorvleo Koouth Motor Co. Ttyltr Motor Co. Forci««l DRY CLEANERS A LAUNDRY Modern Dry Cleener* SPECIAL SERVICES Algono Advonct Aigono OroonhoWM*' Contolideted Co-op, Creontorit* North Control Public SorvUo Co, Post Tranifor Co. Tho Smoko SHff) Ludwlg'i Coft Roid'i Ltundry A C leinIng Vlllogo APPCIANCiS A TELEVISION FARM EQUIPMENT Electronic Spocieltiei North low* Applionco Center Flour & Ftid Co. Joo Bradley Buschtr Bro», Toy lor Implnmonf Co. Emit Williams Algono Impltmont Algon* Produce BUItDINQ Aloon* Plumblnf A Htatinf C»rion'« Iff Ciltr €tw«n Ctrp. Funk Plumblnf A HooHnf F. R. Ironi H«*tin| A PlumWn. Ulng HMHnf A FlumWo, Millor lumWr Co. S«it«r'i Davlf Ftlnt st«m Sherwin.WIIW«m« Color Contor Unitod iMiMInf Cffiltri, Inc. FINANCIAL «t ittlt H $o«Ki»y flat* HARDWARE ittrtt l^^H^^ff 9

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