Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 9
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Fenton man married Alqona Kcmuth (ou 9 •nlwel • eMBM Him netMt, ML t» WA, « Alum, (MM MBit peitoffiei under Acf «f Cenomt March 8, tiT* VOL if - NO. 60 -THURSDAY, AUG. 1,1*67,ALGONA, IOWA - vance Fenton — At St. Paul Luth-1 eran Church, Blue Earth, Marilyn Emeline Goltz, daugh-j ter of the Leonard Goltzes, Blue Earth, and Merle Dean Halverson, son of the Kenneth Halves-sons were married July 23 at 3 p.m. The Rev. E. D. Eifert performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Ervin Nolle, Blue Earth, was organist, and Noel Westlind, Mankato, brother-in-law of the groom was soloist. Janice Zumach, Blue Earth, was maid of honor. Sue Christiansen, Minneapolis, was bridesmaid and Dianne Goltz, Blue Earth, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Vernon Wilberg, Topeka, Kan., cousin of the groom, was lr::t mr.,n. Howard Goltz, Blue Earth, brother of the bride, was groomsman, and Dennis Wilberg, Fenton, was junior groomsman. Ushers were Harlan Goltz, Elmore, and Darpld Denton, Fenton. A reception for 300 was held in the church following the ceremony:' Mrs; Theresa Goltz, Elmore, and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Fenton, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Anna Goltz, Blue Earth, and Mrs. Clyde Gilbaugh, Jr., Fairmont, poured coffee.] Lunch was served by Mrs. Henry Volk, Mrs. Elmer Zielske, Mrs. Lawrence Ehrich, Mrs. Lillian Nelson, Mrs. Norman Bell, and Mrs. Floyd Hagedorn. Waitresses were Mrs. James Justice, Valerie DoBoer, Vivian Sogge, Bryce and Joleen Gilbaugh. Merle Goltz, Janesville, cousin of the bride, had the guest book. Gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. Darrel Berkland, Mrs. Noel .Westlimg, Mrs. Joan Rademaker and Janet Brausen. Gift carriers were Bobby and Ann Goltz, Elmore, cousins of the bride. She is a graduate of Blue Earth high school and was 6mployed ( at Production Credit Assn., Fairmont. He is a graduate of Sentral high school, attended Waldorf college one year, and LSI, Minneapolis one year, served twq years- in the - Ur S: : army in Germany'and is employed at Weidenhoffs, Algona. The couple will live in Algona. 121 players in Wesley golf tournament A Garner man, Mil Engstler, fired a 102 for 27 holes Sunday July 20 to win the open tournament at Hillside Golf Club, Wesley. Others placing in the championship flight were: 2nd, Ken Korneisel, Sherwood, Wise., 108; 3rd, John Eymann, Forest City, 108; 4th, Ralph Ar,- derson, Britt, . 110; 5th, Bill Accruso, Bancroft, 110; 6th, Bruce Osmundson, Thompson; 7th, Dick Thoreson, Algona; and 8th, Frank Moulton, Algona. Korneisel and Eymann and Anderson and Accurso tied after 27 and played "sudden death" >to determine the championship places. Results in the other flights were: 1st Flight — Bill Koppen, Wesley, 1st; Steven Everett Jr., Britt, 2nd; Don Richardson, Des Moines, 3rd; Carl Greye, 4th. I 2nd Flight — Max Domino, Mason City, 1st; Rollie Heard, Wesley, 2nd; Chris Hemmen, Algona, 3rd; Doyle Christensen, Sacramento, Calif., 4th. 3rd Flight — D. Mclntire, Eagle Grove, 1st; Bob Ratigan, Bancroft, 2nd; John Nauholz, Algona, 3rd; Frank Rich•ter, Wesley, 4th. 4th Flight — Nels Anderson, Algona, 1st; D. Calahau, Mason City, 2nd; Jim Thorn, Des Moines, 3rd; A. J. Anderson, Mason City, 4th. 5th Flight — N. Thilges, ot •Bode, 1st; E. Eckerson, Wesley, 2nd; Frank Bleich, Wesley, 3rd; Mark Erpelding, Algona, 4th. 6th Flight — Al Erpeldinig, Algona, 1st; Jack Richlter, of Wesley, 2nd; Jim Walker, of Wesley, 3rd; C. Larsen, Armstrong, 4th. 7th Flight — Roger Hoover, Algona' 1st; Merle Loss, Wesley, 2nd; Bob Loss, Algona, 3Td; and Claude Heard, Belmond, 4th. There were 121 players entered. Ridiculous Day crowd COMBAT TRAINING Ctmp Ptndleton, Calif, (FH- TNC) July 25 — Marine Private Russel Lowell Shaw, 'son of the Eldon L. Shaws, Algona, has completed four weeks of individual combat training st this Marine Corps Base. He will,now receive at least four weeks of specialist training bei re being -assigned to his first permanent unit. Marines .going to combat units will get detailed training in the particular combat skill they are designated for. Those who are going into technical fields will receive their advanced training at one of a variety of technical schools throughout the country, . NORTH IOWA FAIR August 11-16, 1967 Mason City, Iowa SUPER STOCK CAR RACES Friday, August 11 — 8:00 P.M. KIDS DAY BATTLE OF THE BANDS A JAM SESSION Saturday, Auguit 12 — 2:00 P.M. PROFESSIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACES Saturday, August 12 —8:00 P.M. Former pastor James here touring rjeeeim d ' 8ree *» ; James L. Nitchals recently • f graduated from Mankato State m fi 11 f AMU .College with a B. A. degree in klllUUv political science and econoni- 1 lies. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Algona friends have re- j Louis w - Nitchals and family, ceived cards from Rev. and and Miss 'Marlys Lupkes of Al- Mrs. N. M. Coughenour tour- g° n ' a attended graduation ex- ing in Europe, and who are erases on July 14th. Jim ,is probably back in Dubuque by employed locally for the sum- now. They traveled through mor _ and wil1 o^ter the army LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson with Mr. and Mrs. Wally Hill will leave by car tomorrow for a trip to • the Northwest and while away will visit the Clem Brlanders at Kent, Wash,, and the Kenneth Lynks at Kirkland, which is a Seattle suburb. While the Andersons are away, the C. R. Schobys will be on duty at Colonial Motel for the two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen spent Sunday in Des Moines with their son Roger's family and brought two grandsons, Lee and Dean home with them to remain till today. Mrs. Didritosen had gone to Ames on Thursday of last week with other AJ- gona women who were luncheon guests of her sister, Mrs. Bernice Seeley, and remained there till Sunday morning. Others who were guests of Mrs. Seeley on Thursday were: Mesdames Fred Bartholomew, Albert GHanzow W. A. Foster, Fred Gedged, and Mrs. W. G. McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lattimer with Chuck and Carol, .will arrive Saturday from Highland, Ind., for a visit of several days with his mother, Mrs. Sid Spear, Mrs. Gerald Thuente and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd and their families. From here the Lattimer family will go west to Yellowstone Park and othdr places of interest before returning home. WINNER — Patrice Gacke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gacke of rural Sibley, has won first prize in the State Poetry Contest. This contest is sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America in which many grade school children participate. Patrice will attend 7th grade this fall. Soviet Russia where they not ed progress in agriculture and much building being done in cities. However they were happy to arrive in Finland, a free country, which is clean / and prosperous although prices and taxes are very high. The Rev. Coughenour is slated to speak at the State Fair daily religious service on August 18. A new building, which is a replica of Iowa's •' first church, the Methodist ; church built in 1834 at Dubuque, has been constructed at the eastern end of Grand Avenue as part of the Fair's Pioneer observance and will remain a permanent display on the grounds. Services will be held there daily at 11 a.m. each to last 12 minutes. The original building was 20 x 26 feet, cost $225.00 and had 12 members, one of them ai former negro slave. So St.- Luke's, Dubuque, of which Rev. .Coughenour is now pastor is a descendent of that first Iowa church. Other speakers there during the Fair will include leaders in Jewish, Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist, and other denominations. in September. Seneca boys to state fair demonstration Seneca — Douglas and Darrel Nyman, of the Senteoa Progressive Farmers 4-H club took top honors at the coun^ ty demonstration contest held for the Kossuth county 4-H 'boy's club last Monday. The boys will now represent Kossuth at the state fair. The junior demonstration team of Arlin Nyman and Edward Bergum received a green rib- 'bon. The Nyman boys are sons of the Wayne Nynmans. The Kenneth Bolugs rdcent- ly had a visit from her brother, the Edward Kliens, Dina, Danny, John, Jeanedte and Terry. The Klein family live at Memphis, Tenn. The Russell Kauffmans and daughters recently returned GLADIOLUS — Charlie from visiting their son, the Linn, Stuart, grew a pink Delbert Kauffmans, Long i gladiolus in her garden which Beach, California, reached the height of 5 feet The Alfred Petersons anx 10 inches. the Clarence Gheevers, Ringsted, attended a wedding of a friend Rosie Bygness, at a Lutheran church at Humbold! last Saturday evening. The Eugene Friesths, Badger, were also in attendance. Mrs. Roy Klein had the Jolly Jokers club Thursday afternoon. The C. O. Baileys were recent visitors at Hans Jensen's. Heidi Krause visited last week with her brother, the Herbie K. Krauses, Mason City. Helesia Krause spent 'last week there and returned home with them Sunday. The Ole Oftedaluls spent last weekend with their daughter, the Bruce Hills, Webster City. It was a housewarming party for the Hills who had recently moved into their new home. MIDGET CAR RACES Sunday, August 13 — 2:00 P.M. 4-H DOG OBEDIENCE TRIALS —2:00 P.M. FLOWER ARRANGEMENT SHOW — 2:30 P.M. SUPER STOCK CAR RACES Sunday, August 13 — 8:00 P.M. / Big U-oi. AQUA NET Hoir Spray VO5 SHAMPOO $1.09Sii« Tree* yeuf heir to VO» shompee . • . leevei it •aft mmA aklaw ww wiw fumy* or eVy for mule, 7 en. Preftuienql-typt hair •pcey hold* Kair all rfoy without itickineitl leg* (•r or super, COiOATE DENTAL CREAM ROLL-ON DEODORANT Tt»ti prey* ftw«r cavities *ith regular u»« of Colgqtfi 6.75-ox. family jizi. Cool roll-on prot»c»ioo thai ffolly vyorl:,! $jv< on 1.5-oz. *\ig. »j-«ooj your BIGGEST bargain... your MAGIC SERVANT for better living Algoni Municipal Utilities KIDS DAY VARIETY A COMEDY SHOW Monday, August 14 — 2:00 P.M. PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING SHOW Monday, August 14 — 8:00 P.M. TEEN A' GO-GO DUBL' SHO' Tuesday, August 15 — 2:00 P.M. A 8:00 P.M. TRACTOR PULLING CONTEST —1:30 P.M. 4-H HORSE A PONY SHOW —1:00 P.M. OPEN CLASS HORSE A PONY SHOW — 7:00 P.M. DEMOLITION DERBY —8:00 P.M. Wednesday, August 16 BABY BEEF SALE Thursday, August 17 — 9:00 A.M. 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