Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1967 · Page 4
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Phyllis Wallentine Becomes Bride Scholarship for to Bode girl — Geri Vedvik, Bodn, was awarded a $400 nursing scholarship to Iowa Methodist hospital at Des Moines by the American Legion Auxiliary at the group's ftrtnua! convention in Des Moines tea-t week. The scholarship is given in memory of Mary Virginia Macrae, first president of the organization. Geri is the daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Vcd- vik, and the late Jerome Ved- vik, and is a 1967 graduate of Twin Rivers high school. Curtis Larson, son of the Maurice Larsons spent six days of his vacation at his parents home at Bode recently. Mr. Larson, who is employed at Hughes Aircraft Co., Fullerton, Calif., as an electrical engineer has just returned from a tour of duty in South Bast Asia. He visited Singapore, Kuala Lumpier, Saigon and 'Bankok. In Bankok, he spent four days visiting relatives. The past 13 months he 'has been located in the Phillipine Islands and will go to Guam the first of August. Curtis is a graduate of Twin Rivers high school, and South Dakota State College at Brookings. The Carl Demorys, Iowa City, and Don Torgersons and daughter, Osage, were weekend guests of the Bill Reeds. Mrs. Andrew Onneram and Mr. Paulson, Thor, visited Tuesday with Mrs. Bertha Pederson. Fred Johnson has completed two weeks training at camp in Michigan and is visiting this week with his family at the home of his parents, the Torger Johnsons. The Ed Johnsons, Kathy and Kirk, Sioux City, also spent the weekend at the Torger Johnsoa home. The Fred Johnsons will return to their home in Ponca City, OkJa., ajfter a week. The Royal Hansons had as guests at their farm home Saturday for Mrs. Bertha Pederson's 80th birthday July 28. Attending were the James Andersons, Wichita, Kan,, George Pedersons, Diedre and Dara, Marquette, Gary Embretson, Rock Island, 111., L. Norman Pederson, the Guy Lansings, Bode, and Mark Smiths, Jackson, Minn,, and Mrs. Bertha Pederson. The Clarence Satherns have returned home after visiting several days at Herman Daarud's, Milaca, Minn., and Olaf Daarud, Foreston, Minn. Mrs. Harold Jackson and Rochelle, Bau Claire, Wis., and Charles Chantland, Bid(h- ford, Maine, visited recently .with their father, William Chantland, Sr. and with other friends and relatives in the Bode area. The Jerry Ostrums and daughter, Dubuque, visited Utot week at Melvin Bratland's and with relatives in Algona. The James Andersons, Wichita, Kan. and Gary Em- bretsons, Rock Island, 111. visited Sunday at Guy Lansing's. Guests at the Lansing home Monday evening were the Walton Falbs, West Bend. Sunday guests of the Leo •oft, coming from . Minn., EMhcfvill*, F«t Dodge, LuVern* and other t0*ft* in Ukfe if*. Ckratoe Smith i§ • pt*«nt «t Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. the AMiAid Olaoiu, M«ry Lou, attd Denny Klwsnttr Mtitd feiiUVes from Hunv boWt, Goldftold, Livwmore and WWttemore for i picnic Sunday at the Weflt Bend Grotto Mfk. It WM for Mr*. Denny McKinky, bods, CMi- fan**, Mrs. Mdttntey l§ the former Mynit Miller, Hum' boWt. Mrs. Neal Otoon, Ottom, was the winner of the $45 bank ntte in Bode Saturday. The Walter BeJckera and' Mrs. Hilda finger were gueafe Sunday at Henry finger's, MaOard for Mr. Enger's birthday. Mrs. Or«l Stith, Fort Dodge, is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sttth's father, John Jenwn, •Hd other Bode retettves have made numerous trips to see Mrs. Stith at the hospital It was announced this week that the annual St Olaf will be held October at Bode. St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Lnkola was the seltine for the evening wecldina of Miss Phyllis Christine Wallentine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine of Lakota and Loren David Wibben. son of Mrs. Irene Wibben of Elmore, Minn., on Saturday, July 22 at 7 p.m. Rev. Paul Ofstetlal was the officiating minister at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Martha Wallentine and friend, Gretchcn DeBoer of Ledyard, and her sister-in law, Mrs. Virgil Wallentine of Ames. The groom's attendants were . his brothers, Marvin Wibben and Edwin Wibben of Elmore, Minn., and Conley Blome, friend of the groom. Two hundred and seventy- five guests were entertained at a reception in the parish hall following the ceremony. The bride is a 1967 graduate of Ledyard High School and the groom graduated from Lakota and attended Mankato Commercial College. He is employed as an accountant at Agrico Chemical in Humboldt. Following a Colorado honeymoon, the young couple now reside at 519'/a Sumner Ave., Humboldt, Iowa. DON'T MISS THE KOSSUTH COUNTY 4 BIG DAYS & NIGHTS AUGUST 15-16-17-18 GEE WE'RE LUCKY POP, WE'VE GOT COMPLETE ACC\OEHT PROTECTION WITH ALOONA INS. AGENCY Phone 2f 54176 20* I. State Alflena Kinseths were the R. E. Lew- ises, Rodney and Marcia, Gibbon, Minn., the R. Stampers and Johnney Kelleys, Shawn, Allison and Erick, Gilmore City, Robert Higgins and Edgar, Duncombe, Mabel Kinseth, Pocahontas, and Milton Kinseth, Fort Dodge. The H. M. Kinseths and Lance, •Fort Dodge, were afternoon callers. Mrs. Victor Kinseth, Ames, is a medical patient at the Story City hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy Quill, Jonathon, Mariam, David and James, Dallas, Texas, 'have been visiting several days with his mother, Nora Quill. Lt. Col. and Mrs. G. 0. Aure, Marianne and Kristinc, Columbus, Ga., are visitors at Felix Gullixon's. Mrs. Olaf Olson and her sister, Letty Hegg, attended a shower for their niece at the St. Olaf Lutheran church in Fort Dodge Saturday. The Ray Isaacsons and Mrs. Inga Monkelein, Rolfe, visited the Art Hansons Sunday. •Mrs. Robert Olson, Carol Lee, Robin, Ricky and Christ opher, Riverside, Conn,, have spent five weeks at the parental Clarence Olson's. Carol Lee was operated on for appendicitis a week ago and will be released from the hospital Tuesday. Dr. Olson is expected to arrive in Bode Monday and the family will return with him by plane to their home in Connecticut. The Elwood Thompsons, Rodney, Lydia and Nathan, came by plane from their home in Newark, N. J., the middle of July and are spending their summer vacation -at Ed Reiman's cottage, Omaha Beach, West Okoboji. They have visited several days at the home of his mother, Mrs. Viola Thompson. . Mrs. Viola Thompson returned to her home July 22 from Lutheran hospital where she was a medical patient several weeks. Mrs. Edith Sanderson and •Mrs. Harlan Johnson and son David, Garner, were Sunday afternoon coffee guests at Oden Rood's. Sunday supper guests of the Burton Roods were Mrs. Edith Sanderson, the Harlan Johnsons and son David, Garner, and Orville and Wilford Rood, Bode. Linda Rippentrop spent last week at the Eldon Helmers, Vail. Mrs. Pearl Barber accompanied her daughter, the William Meyers Jr., Whittemore, to the Barber reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. More than 50 attended the reun- r at the "" 1200 ROOM HOTEL i NEW YORK CITY Tour ideal headquarton — eloM to attraction!, shopping, •IghUeelnf, (lot dining and entertain YIAB *BOVND awnmiNo nun TO TV aatf atrcmdltlewlaf tram SMI •!•( le fll.II Call: PLata MOM or write the 8HBLTON TOWRM HOTEL Ave. 4Mt at, NYC saving Courtesy Card to Na Address City State PROGRAM OF THE FAIR Gates The gates will be open to visitors from 7:00 A.M. to midnight each day of the Fair. Monday, August 14: 1:00 p.m.—Judging of hones. 3:00 pjn.—Judging of 4-H projects (Home Economic) Tuesday, August IS: 8:00 a.m—Judging of Purebred Swine, Dairy, 4-H exhibits (non-livestock and Home Economics) 9:00 a.m.—Judging of Floral Hall exhibits, 4-H Garden, Poultry and Rabbis, and Crops. 8:30 p.m.—StocH Car Race. Wednesday, August 16: 8:00 a.m.—Judging of purebred beef heifers and 4-H exhibits (Home Economic) 8:15 a.m.—Judging of baby beef. 3:00 p.m.—4-H Dog Obedience Show. 7:30 p.m.—Tractor pulling contest. Thursday, August 17: 8:30 a.m.—Judging of market lambs, followed by purebred sheep 10:00 ajn. 1:00 p.m.—Judging of market swine. 2:00 p.m.—Shrine White Horse Patrol. 6:00 p.m.—Free Barbecue. 8:00 p.m.—Shrine White Horse Patrol. Friday, August 18: 8:00 ajn.—Sale of sheep and swine. 9:00 a.m.—Sale of baby beef. ' 8:30 pan.—Stock Car Race (Kossuth County Fair Championship.) $1,000 guaranteed purse. Prices of Admission Day and Night General Admission, Adult . . .$ 410 General Admission, Children 13 yrs. to 10 yrs. . .25 General Admission, Children. 10 yrs. and under,-....I, Free, ' "Auto or Vehicle 1LL'I_ '__-_• ••?:tl:lf'Lil^j__Jii:il.r>. " —Fre* Grandstand General Admission, Evening .—. .$1.00 Children 10 years and under to age 5 $ JO Tractor Pulling Contest Adults 50c, Children 25c norm] (i n I GREAT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY with >D> .on-the-Farm Service). vr 11 If _^BB*^ GOOD/YEAR Prompt Repair* Add life To Your Tiros SEE US OR CALL US lor fast/ dependable tire service PLATS RIMIRID PROMPTLY TRACTOR TIRIS RELUOGED TUN VALVES REPLACED LIQUID FILLING DRAINED AND REPLACED Phono MI for "ON'THf-FARM" service r-GOOD/llEAR DELIVERY PHONE 2W-37I2 EAST END GROCERY 823 PAST STATf STREfT SPECIAL THURSDAY ATTRACTION . The Kossuth County Fair Board is both happy and proud to bring the world famous Shrine Whit* Horse Mounted Patrol to Fair-gotrs this year. Organised in 1920, this unit has apptartd before counties* thousands of spectators in almost every city in the United States. A truly impressive sight, these horses and riders have delighted their audiences with their fancy drills and intricate maneuvers, Stock Car Racing Free Beef Barbecue PLUS HUGE MACHINERY EXHIBIT BEAUTIFUL FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS Shrine White Horse Patrol Tractor Pulling Contest PLUS LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY 8 A.M. MERRIAMS MIDWAY COME EARLY - STAY LATE

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