Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1967
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Married 40 years ago Eugene Huskamp's. The bale Weisbfods spent the weekend at Kinorqua, Wis. with Nadine Weisbrod. Nadine is employed there. The 47 club met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Jack Tie< mans with 12 club members present. Mrs. Burnett Heine had her card club Monday evening. GUests were Mrs. William Bruhns and Mrs. Robert Mitchell. Mrs. James Meyer won high and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen low. Debbie and Kristie Boiling- er, daughters of the Norman Bellingers, are spending Sunday to Tuesday with their great grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Cushing, at Fairmont. Mrs. Gushing will return with them and spend some time with the Norman Bollingers and the Karl Ewoldts at Algona. Sunday guests at Walt Peril's were Adolph Pertl, the The Amos Fihnestads and £lay*on Ditsworbh's. Mrs. Glen iMafyte were Sunday evening Dilsworth is the former Mar- guests at Fred Boettcher's. gie KleinJiecksel, former The 'Floyd Duncans went teacher in the upper elemen- •to Osakis, Minn., Tuesday to tary grades at Fenton. visit Mrs. Duncan's sister, ^. _, . " . c,,»», n *. Mrs. Chris Chrislenson. Wed- The Georg^ Coles, Suther- nesday they went to Earl land and Mrs. John Hoick Wressler's at Wilmar and vis- Paullina, visited Sunday af- ited until Friday when they ternoon and were guests at returned home s - E - ^tnaley s. The Floyd 'Duncans ami Sunday afternoon guests at •Mrs. Eldon Duncan .visited Fred Jentz's were the^ Lie on Tnm Trpnarv a oatient at HUflburts, Mrs. Lorraine S? AnnTospy Algona Sat- Berkland and Cheryl and Den- urday evening. The James Meyers and Harold Eimers, Debbie and Tammy, William Hantelmans, .loh.i Strueckers and Walt Vaudt, Whittemore, spent the weck- nis, Fdrt Dodge, the Walter Jentzes and Mrs. Ida Simmons, Fairmont, and Mrs. Lena Jentz and Mrs. Rose Krause. Cheryl Berkland remained for a few clays to help WiiUGltMIUNe, ^uii'i me n^\^i\- • - - - ,•end at Walthet League camp, her grandmother Mrs at Okoboji. The Dorcas Sewing club mot Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ella Theesficld. Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Rex Wolfe were guests. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod was Geotge Pertls; Armstrong. * Sunday guest at Clair Bol Peggy Sabin, Algona, the Jim bn |<; rs J 1 , Ij ° ne Rock - - - - — The ulen CHILDREN OF the Leonard Dittmers, Burt, will sponsor an open house for their 40th wedding from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Good Hope Methodist church this Sunday. They were married August 6, 1927, at the Good Hope church. Children are the John Dittmers, Fairmont/and the Duane Johnsons, Arvada, Colo. All friends and relatives are invited. Fenton group to convention at Okoboji Ames and Linda Chinander, daughter of the Kenneth Ohinanders, St. Paul, Minn., were married at 6 o'clock Saturday afternoon at ths Cross of Glory chutrch in St. Paul. They will live in Grinnell where both are students. J. Michael Schwartz is the grandson of Mrs. Nina Schwartz. Fenton — James Meyer, BAAS REUNION Algona Zone president of tho The Baas reunion was held LLL, Harold Eimers, delegate .at Gromsrud Park, Fairmont, Sunday with 70 attending. Attending from Fenton were the Delbert Geitzenauelrs and Nancy, Mary Dawn Eldridge, the Norman iFnnesteds and Craig, Ricky Johannesen, Kenneth Bollingers, Norman Bol- lingers and girls, Rudolph Okoboji over the weekend. Hanovers, Lilliam Bruhns, Ed The William Hantelmans, Vic- Bruhns and Ervin Bruhns. tor Strueckers, Harold Elm- ., ers, Emil Biersteds, Jamcs^AT SAN. FRANCISCO^ L _ j. . Meyers and John Strueckers '•>• The Clarence .Yagers, Ted, attended the LLL banquet Joe and Dave, went by train and John Struecker;" alternate delegate, from the St. John's Lutheran church Lutheran Laymens League and William Hamtclman, distinct Lutheran .hour supervisor, attended tho district convention of th'J Lutheran Layman League at the weekend. Sunday evening. Earl C. Moermond, minister of education, Sidney, Neb., was the banquet speaker. BLECKWENN REUNION The Bleckwcnn reunioo was held Sunday at the Fenton Community Center with 50 attending. Present were Mrs. Sophie Bleckwenn, Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn, the Emil Bleckwenns, Wayne Aldersons and Patty, Lloyd Bleck- wenns, Henry Bruhns, Mre. Anna Bleckwenn and Donna, Howard Bruhns and the Gilbert Bleckwenns, Cylinder; Aulden Davises and Dale, New Richmond, Wis;; Alan Trattners and girls, Rolling Hills, Estates, Calif.; Merle Lockwoods, Swea City; Claude Wri'glvts, Melvin Wrights, 'the John Wrights, Estherville: Mrs. ROSCQC Sigmund family. Boone; and Mrs. Mike Hanr.i- han and James, DCS Moines, to San Francisco, Calif, to visit their son Kern Yager. They spent one day at Don OMs at Long Beach before returning home. They were gone 10 days. Cowans and girls, Iowa City, Lawrence Pertls, Whittemoro, and the Andy Gowans. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn and Mrs. Lornetta Miller had as guests the Allan Tnafttners and Marcia and Sharon, Rolling Hills, Calif, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn and Patty Alderson at Stubs Jlanch Kitchen, Spencer, last week. Sunday evening guests at Roy Chrischilles's were the Lyle Haacks and Lori, Gerald Weiners, Burt, and RonalJ Chrisohilleses. Eugene Chris- ohilles is spending this week with his grandparents, the Roy Ohrischilleses. The Raymond Stoeber-s, Wilfred Stoebers and Wayne, Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, Ogden, the Ervin Klausskes and John, St. James, attended a Stoeber reunion at Lawrence Benin's near Mason City Sunday. The Hans Krauses, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at Larry Alt's. The Donald Becks. Des Moines, spent the weekend at Carl Beck's. The William DeWalls, Art Voigts, Ervin Ruhnkes, Burt, Melvin Berklands, Dale Voigts and. Mrs. Shirley Zumach end girls attended the funeral of Mrs. DeWall's brother Clarence Egeland at the Lutheran church at Esthelrville FrU day.. The Vern Guaards and Edward Larsons, Ruthven and the Steve Berklands and Barbara were Sunday afternoon visitors'. aiv Ernest Berklan'd's. Marcia Meyer, 'Melanie Waite, Vicki Dreyer, Jean Pompe, Janet Laabs, Roxanne Bierstedt, and Debbie Bierle spent last week at the Walther League camp at Okoboji. Mrs. Karl Schwartz, Rockwell City, spent Saturday with Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. 'Mrs. Ray Uthof and Cheryl, Mrs. Ernest Fischer, Mrs. Rudolph Hanover and Inez Hanover attended the shower Ditsworths and Clay, Shawncc, Okla., wcro overnight guests Saturdav at Jentz, who had been in tho hospital at Esthervillc. Mrs. Emma Bocttchcr. Algona, Mrs. Art Kressin, WhiL temore,. and Mrs. Fred Boett- oner went to Aklen, Minn. Tuesday to sec Mrs. 'Martha Boettctier and (laughters. H was the 82nd birthday of Mrs. Martha Boottcher. Mrs. Paul Schmidt and tin- Marcus Schmidts and boy.'. of Mapes. N. D. were Friday guests at Fred Boettchers. The flfvin Klatts and Wayne Botettohers were evening guests. . The Frank Seelys and Jeanne, Spirit Lake, and the Wayne Boettchers were Sunday guests at Fred Boettcher's for Jeanne's 12th birthday. The Homer Matthiesens and Emilie have returned after a two week vacation visiting in Colorado. Former Corwilh man is dead Corwith — Masonic funeral services for Buck! Lawson, 78. Coralvillc. a former farmer in the Corwith area, were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Blake funeral chapel in Corwith. Burial was in the Corwith cemetery. Mr. Lawson died suddenly at his home in Coralvillc Wednesday evening. Horn in Illinois. Mr. Lawson served in World War 1 and THURSDAY, AUO, 3, W7 married Bess Hutchison at Fort Dodge itt 1926. The couple lived near Corwith until moving to Coralville in 1955. Survivors, besides his wife, include, a daughter. Mrs. Gerald Nordquist, Iowa City, and two grandchildren. Mr. Lawson was a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge at Corwith; a member of the American Legion in Corwith, and a past-president of the Corwith Community School Board. 0 r •fray at the ~ 1200 ROOM HOTEL 1 NEW VMM CI1Y Your (dell headqulrtetft — «t«M t* •(tractions, shopping, sightseeing, tint dining «nd tntertsintjcnt. Y*AR TIOUND SWIMMING POOL TO OUtStS ftate*, litefedlnf TV M4 •IrcofidMlmtlni from HJS Mn|l« $11.115 doahte Call: 1'Lita MOOO or write the SHELTON . TOWr.RS HOTEL Lcilniton A»«. 4M9 81., NYC "DR. ELLA'S DAY"— Prairie City held an observance to honor'their Dr. Ella Kcinert- son Johnson who has practiced osteopathic medicine in __, __... that comnumitv the past 49 | Send free literature and monty years. Dr. Klia was named ! «vlng Courtesy c»rd u> "Physician of the Year" earli- {Name _ _ er this year by the Iowa So- | AddreM ciety of the American Ostco- i pathic Association. City State j [No. in_ Part y ___ _Arr Iving LAKE MILLS NORTH <s WOOD NORTH IOWA > BANCROFT MANLY • FOREST CITY ALGONA BRITT GARNER BELMOND Delivering your advertising messages every week to the 27,800 H VISITORS HONORED A potluck dinner was held at the Fairville church basement Sunda noon in honor Tlie' Emil Baders, Sigrid and Helmut, Philadelphia, Penn., are visiting Mrs. Freda Stems. The Emil Baders and Mrs. „«,„»„, aKKcuwu ««= »..» n ^. Freda Siems were Friday eve- f or Linda Rainus and Tom ning callers at Arnold Hantel- i^g ^ the Lone Rock Presman's. byteriaiv church Saturday. Robin Ruske, l'/ a month old The Floyd Duncans attend- daughter of the Lynn Ruskes, t he golden wedding open Madison, Wis., recently spent nouse fyf the John Rippen- 10 days with her grandpar- trops a t the Methodist church ents, the Dr. E. W. Ruskes ^ Titonka Sunday, while her parents were vaca- The Floyd Duncans spent tioning in Colorado. Sunday evening ait Henry The E. W. Ruskes recenitiy smith's, Burt. spent the weekend at the H. G. Flinks, South Haven, Minn. The Thomas Stavros came Friday for their sons, Mary j u i da Bad-man, Palmer, and Bradley, who had been v i s ited Mrs. Delphine Hantel- stayinig with their grandmoth- „,£,„ over the weekend, er, Mrs. Frank Behne, whilo Mrs Jack their parents were oa vaca- i yn Jo a , n ^ !•!»». »*«/-. E*lm«nnrf^A Dc^t^n^k nnrl Each week the "NORTH IOWA PEACH" will be included in the regular weekly issues of NINE LEADING NORTH IOWA NEWSPAPERS! | YOU GET NEWSPAPER READERSHIP-PLUS-AREA WIDE COVERAGE "The North Iowa Peach" Is A Part Eo£h " ----Si These Leading North Iowa New • U>V*B Mj *-TM*. V* I The Ervin Klassukes and John, St. James spent the weekend at Raymond Stoeb-l and Jacque^ ^ ^ ---- -- ----- Dianna Lynne tion, Mrs. Florence Behne and spen t f TO m Tuesday to Fri- Helmut, Philadelphia^ Penn. Bradley and Mark Stavros day at Henry schulte's. v * - - rt« imt/vnsv a 11 rvttait* rtllACItC fm il/Il^C rwi_ _ r\ t A. ¥¥ ii_l ««« Ilieill OUllUdy liwil in »i«ii«« — ,1 rn D U ~,rl of the Emil Baders, Sigrid and tion, Mrs. Florence Behne and |ona Advance Bancroft Register Belmond Independent Britt News-Tribune Forest City Summit Garner Leader Lake Mills Graphic Manly Signal Northwood Anchor Other guests were Mrs. Clara Seely, Spirit Lake, the Rev. C. Blisses, Olaf Norlands, Berry Schmidts, the Ronald Pettits, all of Cylinder, Lawrence Hantelmans, Swea City, H. R. Pettits and Willy, Whittemore, the' Ervin Vottelers and girls, Bancroft, Dr, John R. Waite and Maria, Dr. Jerry T. Waites, Ernest Votte- lers, Delond Vottelers, Mrs. Freda Siems and Linda Leaning, Mrs. Nettie Miller and Jason Krougii, Mrs. Clara Fischer, and the Eldon Han- telmatis and Renee. were supper guests of Mrs. The Gerhart Hantetaans Jessie Newel Wednesday. visited Sunday with Henxy The Ray Browns, Galena, \vestfall and the Walter I III, and Gary Peterson, Sioux rj u j inS) Nevada. City, were weekend guests of BOEVERS REUNION The annual Boevers reunion was held at the Fenton park Sunday. Attending were the Ray Browns, Galena, 111., Russell Owens, Highland, Ind., Viola Pierce, Chicago, Mrs. Ward Belknap, Ceylon, Minn., Mark Weisbrod, Denver, Colo., Colleen McGovern, Riceville, the Jim Dodds, Susan, Scott, and Julie, Lone Rock, Fred Geigels, Milton Nortons, Algona, Gary Peterson, Sioux City, Mrs. Amanda Kern, the Gerald Voigts and James Richard, Robert Krauses and Clarence Yagers, Ted, Joe and Dave, Lloyd Keens, Dick Borchardts and Gene Hus- kamps and Tudy. GRANDSON IS WED J. Michael Schwartz, son of the James W. Schwartzes, Improper Coverag*? Delays In Settlement? Poor Service? DON'T EXPLODE! SEE US FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE * BLOSSOM INSURANCE *6ENOY When You Want Advertising That Pays Off, Phone Or Mail Your Ad To The "'North Iowa Peach", In Care Of KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Good Ads, Expertly Writtoft By Ad Ptrsoiiol At Yow Ucil Nowspvpor I* III Am Cov«rog«, fvorr Wood, To 27,$00 Honotl U'CoKoitretod "Howe Town" Rovdorskip Tfcrov«hoit The Arei,ln local Poporsl

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