Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1967 · Page 2
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weds Gharrlenc M. Sorensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorensen, Corwith, and Ronald L, Hughes, son of Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hughes, Kiamawha, were married July 28 at First Methodist church, Corwith. The Reverend Louis Runaon officiated a.t the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Shed Ramus, LuVerne, and assisting as bridesmaids were Glenda Hughes, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Sue Sorc-nsen, of Clear Lake. Personal attendants were Diane Terhark, Ka- niaiwha, and Doris Byson, Dos Moines. Best man was Jon Ratoer, of Kanawha, and groomsmen were Tim Sorensen, Corwith, and Ronald Hansen, Kanawha. Craig Dawson, Iowa City, and Howard Hughes, Clarion, usthdred at the ceremony. CandleJighters were Susan Jeirgenson, Algonia, and Karen Waihrer, Des Moines, .Bruce Mairshall, A-lgona, and Michelle Marshall, Algona, served as gift bearers. Soloist Steve Dawson, Corwith, was accompanied by organdst Jane Nail. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Mrs. George Casper, Wesley, had the guest book, and Mrs. Joe Thielan, Eagle Grove, served punch. While Mrs. Willis Marshall, Algona, cut cake, Mi". Wendell Jergenson, Algonia, and Mrs. Joe Walker, Dca Moines, served the cake. 'Host and hostess at the reception . were Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson, Corwith. Waitresses were Vicki Fisher, Jane Fisher, Jeton Maw, Jeanne Weber, Julie Youmg- wirth, and Barbara Batrtik, all of Corwith. Opening gifltls wetre 'Mix?: Jack Niewold, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Richard Fox, Britt, Maebelle Maas, LuVerne, Nadine Engen, Wesley, and Barbara Theiland, Eagle Grove. Out of town guests were from Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Colorado, Michigan, Illinois. Canada, Council Bluffs, Iowa City, DCS Moines, Esthervillc, Clarion, Fort Dodge, Belmond, Garner, Goldfield, Swea City, Algona, LuVeme, Hardy, and Kanawha. The bride is a graduate of Corwith-Wesley high school, while the groom was graduated from the Kanawha nigh school. After a trip to Colorado, they are ait home in Kanawha. the Aftny ordinance School, Aberdeen, t>roying Grounds, MxUiily 11. Me received instruction in repairing pi^ols, rtfies, and other weapons. List Monday evening Kerf- Iteth arrived at his parents for a 12 day furlough. He accotn- fMNied his brother, tihe Jerry Beavers, Yucaipa, Calif., who We spending their vacaiblon here. Mrs. Beaver is the form- cr Le Ann Olseti, daughter of the Curtis Olselis. ATTEND WEDDING The Herbert Krause family attended the wedding of Marilyn AJt and Robert Retterath July 29 at the Catholic church at Stacyville. They were guests at the wedding dinner and reception at Stacy-, ville and the reception that evening at the Lone Rock Legion hall. ATTEND FUNERAL The Henry Loofts attended funeral services last Thursday at the Presbyterian church at West Bend for Mr. Looft's cousin, David Schutter, who died Tuesday afternoon at the Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, where he *iad been a patient for several days following a heart attack. Burial was at a West Bend cemetery. ATTEND REUNION The Ervin VoUJers recently attended a reunion at the Falrville Lutheran church. Also present were former Senecans, the Delon Vottelers, who live west of Fenton. There were 50 present. POURS AT RECEPTION Mrs. Everett Witham attended the bridal shower at Lone Rock a week ago Satr urday for her niece, Linda Ramus. Mrs. Witham poured coffee. The Henry Wil bergs visited last Sunday at Carl Duet's, Ringsted Mrs. Nifi* Kracht and tawfc Attd Mrs Marilyn RuWano and Karen wefe Friday gu«Us of Mrs. KrtcM's mother, Mrc. Katherine Doege, Algom. Mrs. Kenneth Andre had the Loyal Workers Circle of the GraetUnger Methodist church at her home Friday afternoon. There were 12 tnem*. bets in attendance. ' The Jerry Breeses have their first child, a boy born r last Monday at St. Ann hospital at Algona. The Lewis Breeses are the paternal , grandparents. Mrs. Jerry,. Breese is the former Sandra Nolle. . .-.•;; The Ervin Vottelers visited from Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. Votteler's parents, the Fredolph Undquists, Wheaton, Minn. The Art Bergums family took their daughter Audrey to the Orland Petersen home, Lakota, last Sunday afternoon and Audrey accompanied a Petersen daughter to Mankato where they are enrolled at Mankato Commercial College'.. The Bergums spent the afternoon visiting the former's sister, the Lloyd Eichenbergers, Lakota. Mrs. Raymond Heller and son Robert, Buckingham, 111., and her mother, Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin, Algona, visited Thursday afternoon at Art Bergum's. Mrs. Heller is Mrs. Bergum's cousin and Mrs. Baldwin, her aunt. Robert is spending several days with the Bergums. The Everett Witham* went to Clear Lake Sunday and visited the former's sister-in-law, Jennie Wiitham, who had recently been released from the hospital. They also visited with a nephew and wife from California who are staying with Mrs. Jennie Witham while she is recuperating. 2—Alfena (law*) Advent* « MONDAY, AUO. 14, Iftf Seneca clubs take honors in demonstrations Seneca — The Seneca 4-11 clubs, Seneca Progressive Farmers, and the Seneca Stars took top honors at tho Kossuth 4-H demonstration contest last week at Algona. Both clubs will send demonstrators to the state fair in Des Moines, where they will compete for state honors. Representing the Seneca boy's club will be Douglas and Darrel Nyman, whoso demonstration has to do will) civil defense and supplying a fall-out shelter. Unda Kracht, a member of the Seneca Stars, took top honors in Die special activity group. Her demonstration is on training a dog. Linda is the daughter of Mrs. Nina Kraoht. They and top junior teams and winners named to demonstrate at the Waterloo Cattle Congress and the Clay County Fair will all be given Wednesday at tho Kossuth Fair in the Armory. HOME ON FURLOUGH The Charles Beavers had guests Sunday for their son, Kenneth, on an army furlough from Ft. Collins, Colo., and their son, the Jerry Beavers, Lori and Denise, who are vis- itin'g here from Yucaipa, Calif. Other guests included the son, the James Beavers; their daughter, the Virgil Gardners; MoKinley Beaver and Mirs. Myrtle Briggs, all of Estlher- ville, and grandmother, Mrs. Henry Brown, now maikdng her home with the Beiavers. Kenneth will conclude hi3 furlough Friday and return to Ft. .Collins, Colo, and tint; Jerry Beavers will leave Wednesday. COMPLETES COURSE Private First Class Kenneth Beaver, son of the Charles Beavers, was graduated at a small arms repair course at Now at no EXTRA CHARGE! 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Taylor Estate REAL ESTATE DESCRIPTION: BS »• w-aw artaras i.°:.""" p "• * PLACE OF SALE: The sale will take place on the premises which is located — 1 mile South of the Burt corner on highway #169, then 1 mile West, '/4 mile South, on the west side of the road: or, 7 miles North of the junction of highway #169 and #18 in Aloena, Iowa, then 1 mile West, and >/« mile South. TIME OF SALE: Tuesday, August 22, 1967, at 1:30 P.M. TERMS OF SALE: A H* clur till, .ml E.« u lor', DM<| will l>. hirniilwl to Ih, POSSESSION: March 1, 1941. Ohariit (Mm, Bancroft, Iowa R. A. TAYLOR ESTATE By Rt|*r F, Tiylsr, Emirtor DONt MISS THE KOSSUTH COUNTY 4 BIG DAYS & NIGHTS AUGUST 15-16-17-18 £*> ICANPT PROGRAM OF THE FAIR Gate* The gates will be open to visitors from 7:00 A.M. to midnight each day of the Fair. " Monday, Autuit 14: 1:00 p.m.—Judging of horses. 3:00 p.m.—Judging of 4-H projects (Home Economic) Tuesday, August 15: 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.—Stock 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 pjn.—Free Barbecue. 8:00 pjn.—Shrine White Horse Patrol. Friday, August 18: . 8:00 a.m.—Sale of sheep and swine. 9:00 a.m.—Sale of baby beef. 8:30 pjn.—Stock Car Race (Kossuth County Fair Championship.) $1,000 guaranteed purse. Prices of Admission Day and Night i General Admission, Adult.. - - -$ 450 General Admission, Children, 13 yrs. to 10 yrs, ,-_. ._ .25 ' General Admission, Children 10 yrs. and under .„.---—-Free Auto or Vehicle —- — —Free Grandstand General Admission, Evening . $1.00 Children 10 years and under to age 5 $ .50 Tractor Pulling Contest _ Adults 50c, Children 25c TICKEM nnnnrvl GREAT ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMIL SPECIAL THURSDAY ATTRACTION The Kossuth County Fair Board is both happy and proud to bring the world famous Shrine White Horse Mounted Patrol to Fair-goers this year. Organiied in 1920, this unit has appeared before countless 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 Free Beef Barbecue PLUS HUGE MACHINERY EXHIBIT BEAUTIFUL FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS Shriqe White Horse Patrol Tractor Pulling Contest STOCK ^^^ T ,^§1^ . ^ " ^Bb ^^ ^ PLUS LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY S A.M. MIDWAY SHOWS COME EARLY - STAY LATE f •) SI.

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