Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 14, 1967
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Shower given at Ottosen for AnnLudwig MR. AND MRS, Raymond Ottosen — A pre-nuptiaT shower was given for Ann Ludwig at the Commercial Club building Saturday eve' ning. Ann, daughter of the Clem Ludwigs and Loren Seely will be married Sept. 2 in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend. There were 70 present. Mrs. Charles Welter opened the program with devotions, A skit pictured events in Ann's life. The skit was narrated by Naomi Striithcrs and Mrs. Richard Kinscth played the Thilgos, St. Joe, announce the piano. Mrs. Victor Meyer engagement of their daugji- sang the 4-H song for Ann's ter, Marilyn Thilges to Daniel work as a 4-H member. Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs After the gifts were open- Arthur Menke, Bancroft. An ed, lunch was served by the October 14th wedding is plan- hostesses and Mrs. Del Sim- ned at St. Joseph's Catholic mons, of West Bend, poured church, St. Joe. coffee. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Thorsen, chairman; Naomi Struthers, Mrs. W. E. Hundentmark, Mrs. Ed Ke:m- na, Mrs. Clarence Baur, Mr3. Peter Mertz, Mrs. Sam Kropf, •Mrs. Antone Speich, Ruth Speich, Mrs. Howard Hellickson, Mrs. Fred Ka.mpen, Mrs. Charles Welter and Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark. Guests included Mrs. Max Seely, Spirit Lake, mother of the future groom, and his sister, Mrs. Riser, and (her daughter, both of Lake Park. |p\ Others attended from Wesley, Burt, West Bend, Bode, Humboldt, and Ames. Graduates The James Banwarts anil Bradley, and Joe Kochl visited Leonard Anliker, Rodman, Sunday night. The Oliver Kinseitlhs and Mrs. Melvina Bergum, Humboldt, visited Roy Kinseth at Fort Dodge Thursday. Esther Opheim, Bode, was a Sunday guest at Kermit Fowler's. The James Fowlers were also Sunday afternoon visitors. Sunday, afternoon visitors at Fred Kampen's were the Carl 0. Andersons, Dakota City. The Allan Wohrspamio went to Mason City Sunday to see their daughter Arlys, attending beauty school there. The rest of the Wehrspann children spent Sunday afternoon at Louis Jacobson's. Mrs. Kate Jacobson and Lo- Ro$ spent a few days «\,Ti- totuca visiting Mrs. Art Bslrf- lett and Mrs. Gail Stoddard. The Mike Frohling's three daughters are staying at her brother, John Tapper's, Kamrar. The girls are working in their uncle's bean fields. They lejft Thursday evening and will return home sometime this week. Sunday they were home for the day. The Kermit Fowlers loft on a trip last Tuesday morning and returned Friday evening. They went thru Minnesota, into Manitoba, Canada, and returned through North and South Dakota. Mrs. Loren Daniels returned last Tuesday after visiting 'relatives in Boonc, Des Moili- es, and Boxholm for two weeks. The Keith Daniels brought her home and 'stayed for supper Tuesday night, ' The Douglas Daniels and Tiffany visited Mrs. Loren Daniels Saturday night. Tiffany is spending a few days with Mrs. Daniels while her parents went for a few days at Spirit Lake and Okoboji. The Earl Olsons visited tho Clarence Olsons at Bode Wednesday to see their son, the Dr. Robert Olsons, Riverside i Conn. 'Mrs. Robert Olson i.> a daughter of the Clarence Olsons. The Robert Olsons extended their vacation here a week because their oldest daughter, Carol, had an emergency appendectomy ait Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. The Edward Zinneds, Bonnie, Brenda and Carrie Jacobson spent Thursday at the Richard Krause's near Lu- Verne. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Earl Olson and Mrs. Gunda Enockson visited Mrs. Marlyn Pfibsen, Bode. Friday evening the Earl Olsons went to the Marlyn Pfilb- sen's, Bode, for Jeanne's birthday. Sunday afternoon the Earl Olsons visited the Henry Olsons at Bradgate. Chude G. Hiag CHU LAI, VIETNAM (AH- TNC) — Army Private Firs* Class Claude G. Hagg, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude j Haag, Swea City, Iowa, was assigned to fche, l&Vh Light infantry Brigade in Vietnam, July 27. Pvt. Haag, a clerk in the . brigade's 48th Scout Dog Platoon near Chu Lai, entered the Army in September 1966 °"' 1 was last stationed at Prc- ~ of San Francisco, Calif *<« *$ a '1965 graduate of Swea Qity (immunity High School Nest Bend man, T . *~ • , v Sioux City girl are married West Bend — Painela Kaa Ericsohj Sioux City, and David Jdel Fehr, West Bend, were married Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the First Methodist church, Sioux City. Rev. Milo Mall, Fort Dodge, assisted by Rev. Paul Heath, Sioux City, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Paul 'Akin provided music before the ceremony and during the ceremony the bride and groom sang "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." Parents of the couple are the Arlington Ericsons, Sioux City, and Henry Fehrs, West Bend. The bride attendants were, Miss Elizabeth Peterson, maid of honor, and bridesmaids Kathy Blair of West Bend and Barbara Neuman and Neva Peterson, Sioux City. Ann Ericson, the bride's niece and Scott Fehr, the groom's nephew, were flower girl and ring bearer. The groom's attendants were Gerald Fehr, the groom's brother, best man, Eldon Fehr, the groom's brother, and the bride's brothers, Gerald Ericson and Laurel Ericson. Following the ceremony a reception for 500 guests was held in the church Fellowship Hall. F Following a wedding trip the couple will be at home in Holiday Village Trailer Court, Sioux City. Both will attend Morningside college this fall. She was Miss Iowa of 1966. Ledyard Mr*, iarl Sister Blanche Marie is visiting this week with rel •ativw here. She had viritetl with the Fred Artands, St. Paul, Irom Thursday until Sunday when she came to Ledyard with them. A family gathering was held at the parental Cyril Haag home Sunday. Attending were the Ancands and son Lyle, William Schneiders, Carol and Mike, Algona, Dr. Willard Irmiters, Blairsiown, Ralph Caylers and Craig, Bancroft, Claude Haags, Swea City, Francis Haag, Margaret McClosky, Blue Earth, Vernon Haag, the Melbourne Haags and Bernard Reillys. Sister Blanche Marie will return to Dubuque where she is teaching at the Sacred Heart school. The Gerald Mantheis, Debbie and David, Cedar Rapids, visited the John Mantheis and Cheryl Robinson Thursday to Sunday. The Pat Doocys visited at the parental Tim Doocy over the weekend. i Ronald Johnson, son of the Efvin Johnsons, has enlisted in the air force and Is stationed at Lackland Air Force Bale in Texas for basic training. Joel Ktocke, son of the Glen Klockes returned Saturday after a week at the Lutheran Bible Camp at Spirit Lake with young people from the Immanuel Lutheran church in Bancroft. Weekend visitors with Mrs, Ida Darnell were the Frank Sheelys, Midland, S. D,, Sunday all attended the Sheely family reunion at Austin. The Gerald JVarnere, Bait' croft, visited Mrs. Lena Warner Sunday. Sunday members of tho Methodist church honored their pastor, the Key. W. M. Bloodworths and Steven with a pot luck dinner following the worship service. Welcomes were by Harold Herzog on behalf of the official bttflfd, Lynn Munyei, MVF, Mrs. Omar Smith, the Sunday School and Mrs. Glen Burrow, the Woman's Society of Christian Service. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE I MIN'S . FINAL ITANDINOS * , , W t Bunnies ._: ^u_.._ 0 i Rat Pack 6 i Warriors .__: ,__ $ a Burt -_ . 4 3 Bomgaars 34 Baptists 2 5 Buschers 2 8 Petersons 0 7 Seort* This Week Baptists 18 Petersons 9 Rat Pack 11 Burt 5 Bunnies 6 Bomgaars 0 Warriors 10 Busohers 7 Tournament Starts Aug. 21 Monday, August 21— 7:30 Bunnies vs. Buscher.3 9:00 Warriors vs. Bomgaars Tuesday, August 22— 7:30 Burt vs. Baptists 9:00 Rat Pack vs. Petersons. Thursday, August 24— 7:30 (Bunnies - Busohers) Winner vs. (Warriors - Bomgaars) Winner. 9:00 (Burt - Baptist) Winner vs. (Rat • Petersons) Winner. Saturday, August 27— 7:30 Consolation Game 9:00 Championship Game -AIM** (!•*•) Aafranti MONDAY, AU6. 14, 1967 Q O NOTON ^•••X MF At^lKlr, A i r i r t ^i T r_ r •» A F -? I N r , A I f ) ( F NTF^FV „ t —^^^^•^•^•••^^^•M^M^^^MHl^^^^^^^^^^^H^RV^^^HHHiMMHm^^^^^V If you have trouble hearing, Sonotone may be able to help you, Whether you wear a hearing aid or not, let ui givt you a free hearing test in the privacy •f our office or your home, LIARN ABOUT OUR NIW HEARING AIDS • latest AIMn.lar • Smart |y*g| atl Morfvli • Mldg.t ••hlnd-Ear Model* • Powerful Model* for Difficult Lotse>» • Easy Listening with AVC Come Set Ui at tht Algona Hotel Thursday, Aug. 17 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 104 S. Thorington Our new models are the smallest, lightest, most convenient hearing aids possible through Sonotone research. Let us help you enjoy good hearing again. Budget prices, too. SONOTONE' THE TRUSTED NAME IN BETTER- HEARING SINCE 1929 107 E. State Strut — Brick A Tilt Building Mason City, Iowa Gtrald D. Milltr, Diit. Mgr. Marilyn Schrauth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schrauth, Bancroft, was graduated August 3 from the LaJames Beauty School at Mason City She took her State Board Examinations in Des Moincs August 7 and 8. Kossuth racers get top honors at Worthington anday, August tt, rff with top honors. The 8-Ball, owned arid driven by Leo Christensen of West Bend won the Consolation Event, and placed 4th in the Main Event or "A" Feature. Oar No. "4", owned by Dennis G. Miller of West Bend and driven by Les Wildin of Algona, placed third in the first heat, won the trophy Dash, and also won the "A" •Feature. Wildin, still driving No. "4", then went on to place 2nd i:i the first heat and to win tho "B" Feature at the Fairmont •gpeedway Sunday night. Two area cars competed in .stock car racing at the Nobles County Fair at Worthington, AUG. 26 c THRU SEPT. 4 IP '67 YOUNG AMERICA CENTER - Cnmvy entertainment — JrtdeSot. KniMiiniiK l-'liiip'TH SimriiiiiHTM. KinKNinen — phw iHshion (onMM ln'mHv rlinn-H- mrs Immls, HiinrinR «nd joy. Adjoin* Midwn v <)|ii»n (Inily. II In II AdmiiMinn «V "Space A«t ForMlry" — First ever m«ch*ni/ed nhow. plui luiulierjurk event* RiF.F. RCA Rodeo, hnir-mrling aclion from rhanijm of bronc riding Two day* Hipnodromi! 10 Oayt of LIVESTOCK SHOWS — world'* foment, host i'»|.o of farm animnU, poultry ('on- tinuouB exhihilh. incln.linii many 4-H nnd Ft-'A i-vi-nta AH over |-'«ir(jroiiii(l>, d«y. Wild Animal Clrcui Coolinuuus ahowa detlv FRF.F. 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