Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1967
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Marilyn at Stacyv Alt, , wed ille graduate of Stacyville high school and Duiwwwdy institute and us in U* CONTESTANTS IN MARRIAGE SWEEPSTAKES Ftnton •***• Marilyn All, /daughter of the Larry Alls and Robert Ralph Retterath. , son of the Barney Itette rathe, ; Staceyville, were malrried at '. Visitation Catholic church at StaceyviMe, July 29 at 11 a.m. with 'Father Schmitt offieiat- •i ing at the double ring cere- . mony. •Mrs, Stan Berkland was her sister's maid of honor and Kathy Harris, a friend, was bridesmaid. Bill Retterath was his brother's best man and Ron Theabold was groomsman. Stan Berkland ..and Steve Retterath were ush- '. • ers. :.. After the ceremony a dinner was held in the Visitation Hall. Mrs. Denny Sill had tlhs 'guest book and Mrs. Herb Krause cut the wedding cake. Table waitresses were Hollep '":•••< Krause, Jayne Dreyer, Linda •'•' and Louise Retterath, Mia. Rick Brumn, Jane and Patty Galvin. She is a 'graduate o'f Sen;,'".'.trial >higjh school and P.B.I. In•- statute, Minneapolis, and i? employed as a medical assist••-'<"• ant in Minneapolis. He is a -fix MUlLLIft MUNION The annual Muellet reunton was held Sunday In the Whit temofe Lutheran school with 80 attending. Present were the Harvey Heniikaem, Mrs. Martha Mueller, the Wjatiy Christensetis, Oleaf Lake, fit" vin Borohardts and Btefit, Lawrence Muellers, Scott*dale. Ariz., Fredie Muellers, Algona, Ernest Muellers, Louis Muellers, Whittemore, Fred Bierstedts, Whittemore, Bennie Berklands, Melvin Pomp- es, Glen Flints, Marlin Weg- eners, Edwin Uthofs, Lloyd Johnsons, Mrs. Clara Mueller land Everett, tlhe Donald Brick- sons, Algona, Art Cades, Letter Mueller and Wanda, Emmetsburg and the Ray Uthofs and Rodney and Cheryl. Officers for the next year are Bennie Berkland, president, Everett Mueller, vide, Mrs. Melvin Pompe, sec., and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, treas. Prizes went to Mrs. Martha Mueller for being olde'st, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mueller for coming the farthest distance, and to Timothy Ghristensen for the youngest. Snntl ntlni !>>•!• IK »>!«• ln<-l<\ ttirl ttlm linx j'ltnr nn-n in lor,' inlh_ln-r Ml! W.< "l»«M'»«»r. >»»n'ri' t.nl To Hi- Kiihlinii!" I n.rn Ml In rinlit iin- It'n-li Kiillinitn. Ihtiiyni- Ilicluiittn <inil Ittll Hi.\l>\ . it-liili- in inwrl. tifnriii- Iliiinillini nr»ri-s In ln> Mir 1,'inlinii con fc.sf HII f in ll'i- Sniiilrii unirriniti' M< r<7».sfii/,-r.-. .llsn xliirrilin in llli 1 I'nnni-ixinn nnil rnlnr i-otiii-tl\ lire 1'.i>l<>xli- llnliil mill Mnrl finlil. Tin- flirMirr irii.s ,lir<;'l,;l l>\ 1'i'lt-r 7Vn /.>l>nr\ . birthday. Sunday evening guests at Norman Bollinger's for Not- maii's birthday were the Ken>- neth Bollinger's. Tuesday eve. guests at Willard MeniZ's for Mrs. Menz's birthday were the Roy Chris- chilleses, Linda and Angela, Marold Schlcls, Clarence Menzs and Anna and Rose Ann Householder. Sunday guests at Clarence Menz's were the WUlard Menzes. A/lc Calvin Menz is spending a few days with his parents, the VVillard Menzes before going to California. The Stanley Berklands and James Meyers spent from Saturday till Thursday at Colorado Springs. They also visited Pie. and Mrs. Tony Kapler and Pfc. and Mrs. John Hovcy. Lennis and Tania Berkland stayed at the David Berkland home while their parents were in Colorado. The Stan .Berklands spent the weekend at Minneapolis with Mrs. Robert Betterath . The Eldon Duncans arc spending this week at Lak2 Okoboji. •Recent Saturday morning coffee guests at Richard Underwood's were the Jerry Beavers and daughter, Yua- koia, Calif., Mrs. Alvin Olson, ;Albuquertjue, Mrs. Sarah tendon, Esfthervi'lie, and Mrs.. Ron Madsett, Cylinder. Picnic guests at Albert Mi-t oheiPs Sunday for Lynn Undewood's birthday wore tho Richard Underwoods, Kevin Johnson and Morris Mitchells. Mrs. Serna Peterson was an afternoon guest. The Lawrence Muellers, Scottsdale, Ariz., are visiting the Ernest Muellers and other friends and relatives in Fenton. Kenley Zwiefel has been attending the second summer session at Mankato State Col- 'legc, working toward hjs masters in music degree. The Arnold Neilscns wore Sunday afternoon visitors at Howard Brtilin's. The William Bruhns were Sunday evening guests at Howard Bruhn's. Sentral community school will start August 28. Saturday evening guests al Roy Chrischillcs's were Mrs. Nellie Bockcr, Farmington. the Carl Werners and Carla Kay, Cedar Falls. Sunday evening the Roy Chrischillcscs visited the Robert Cascys, Algona. The Ray Stocbcrs were Friday evening guests at Wilfred „. 5, the Clifford Andersons, Williams. spent Sunday at Wilfred Stoebef's. Julie and Jeff Stucki, Ogden, are spending a" few days with their grandparents, the Wilfred Stoebers and Marion Stuckis. Sunday dinner guests at Frank McFall's were the Rex Wolfs, Mrs. Ada Kite, Oskaloosa, the Wendell Rusches and Margo. Guests at Lloyd Kern's Saturday were the Charles Kernb, Ames, Kern Yager, San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Nettie Yager, Mw. Amanda Kern and the Clarence Yagers, Ted, Joe and Dave. The BUI Poles and Vicki brought Mrs. Ada Hite to spend the week at Rex Wolfes. The Rex Wolfes and Mrs. Ada Hite spent Tuesday at Jack Tieman's at Burt. Mrs. Dora Haack had as guests at Stubbs Ranch Kitchen, Spencer, Sunday evening for her 75th birthday, the Carl Becks and Doris, Wilfred Bierstedts, Hilbert BierstcdU.. Evelyn and Mark, Kenneth Bierstcdt and Sharon Eden. Titonka, the Lyle Haacks aiul f HUlsOAYi AU6. W, L*i, Roger Longs and Ojlf- win, Algohflj'W« Stfetiises, Mrs. Lydia Wieiltafifafti/ Mrs. Freda Stems, the Tom Dyjftp- tys and Ted MeyefSi The S. E. Straleys visited iMrs. Lena SteirtihaUet at Metlli- 'oddst Manor at Storm Lake Sunday, and with friefids in Spencer. The Carl Becks attended the funeral of his cousin, Wtn. Beck, at Howley, Minn., Tuesday. Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. John Waite, and Mrs. Rex Wolfe attended the county Auxiliary meeting at Titonka Tuesday. Jackie Jones and Mary Ellen Ditsworth gave highlights of their trip to Girls State. Ernest Douglas, Mallard, Mrs. Fred Douglas, Rodman, the Harlan Kramers, Rin>gsted and Dale Douglases were Sunday evening guests at Gerald Jentz's. The Kern Elerick^and Judy Kay, Jefferson, and E. L. Vaughs, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at Louie Weisbrod's. DATE GUEST DAY Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met August 2 at the church with a pot luck lunch. Pastor Spicer led devotions FREE Back To School Show! THURSDAY, AUGUST 24th TWO SHOWS - 1 AND 3 P.M. Pick Up Tickets At The Following Firms; j and gave the topic. He reac 1 a report on the Ebenezer Fund from the New York Convention. An invitation from the Lotts Creek Aid was read for a guest day at L6tts Creek, r Sept. 8 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ervin I Borchardt had charge of tho I prgram. Marcia Meyer, Robin I and Renne Flint and Margene I Henriksen sang accompanied J by Mrs. James Meyer. Linda I Berkland played two piano I solos and Rennae Voetitler I sang two songs accompanied I by Judy Kraft. Mrs. David J Dreyer was a guest. { GETS BA DEGREE J The Clarence Yagers. Joe J and Dave, were guests o" Don 1 Yager and Wayne Stoeber in Iowa City several days last Laings Plumbing Faraway Store Harrison's Variety Hub Clothiers Coast to Coast Penney Store Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Iowa State Bank S & L Department Store Graham's Honsbruch Rexall Drug KLGA Radio Chrischilles Store Advance Publishing Co. Gambles Smoke Shop Diamond's Frederick V A S Hardware Hutzell's Security State Bank Bomgaars Ben Franklin Sheakley's week. Wednesday evening ithey attended commencement ait the university when Don Yager received a B.A. degree '/ You Must HWfic^ets T«D Be^Admitlei ON OUR SCREEN YOU'LL SEE: "MR. SCOUTMASTER" And Cartoons and special certificate for , high point grades in tho j school of journalism. Friday | morning the Yagers met Kern I Yager at Des Moines Munici- I pal Airport. He is employed I by United Airlines in San I Francisco, Calif., and will I spend several days visiting in I the Fenton area. -I AT TEXAS CONVENTION j -The Mfelyin^Berkteiftls, •-. \ vin Berkland and the { Naigs took 9 Luther Leaguers J and their counsellors to Mason | City Friday where they left ! by train for Dallas, Texas, to I n.ttonsl 4lhn Mo*ir>Tlol 1 Jtt.VlAr er SCrand, and Doug Naig, Cylinder, and Dan Vigdahl, Armstrong. Gary Berkland went as counselors. They will return to Mason City August 18. BAND MOTHERS TO MEET Officers and ways and means committee of the Sen- itral Band Mothers met Thursday afternoon at Kenneth Johnson's to plan for the coming year. Sept. 7 was set for tlhe teachers reception at tht Sentral high school. The public is invited. The first Band Mothers meeting will be held Sept. 11 at the school. AUXILIARY PICNIC The Fenton Legion Auxiliu- ry held a picnic at S. E. Straley's. It was voted to give $2.50 to the VA hospital in Des Moines. Jackie Jones gave •a report of her trip to Girl* State. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Hans Baago's. Mr.s. Warren Jones and Jackie were guests. TEACHER FROM TURKEY Judi Connelly, former college rojommate of Judy Eigler, visited Judy at Paul Eigler's a few days this week. She taught in Aba-dam^ Turkey, last year and will be r teach- jjjj..; j; .inig.,in : Stuttgart, .Germany, - SJ "ithjs coming year. Her, parents live in Mlason City. I attend the National Luther { League convention. Those I making the trip were Marlin I Berkland, Bonnie Berkland, I Linda Naig, David Cody, Char_l tes Larson, Don Johnson, Rog- WE'VE LOST OUR HEADS!! And Our Hindsjoo FREE COFFEE Monday, Aug. 21 TO tELOMTE OH lit MWNBSMY OFOWENUMIM (And you know how good coffw t«ftti on Mond«y—•$p^l«Hy wh«n Ifi Prtt) SID'S CAFE ALGONA, VISITOR FROM FINLAND Sylvi Silander, from Turku, Finland, came Friday to Eugene Huskamp's for the rest of the month. She is a IFYE exchange student. She is a home economics teadher at Turku, Finland. The Jim Petersons and son, Minneapolis, spent Che weekend at Lloyd Sunde's. The Dennis Schmidts, Keswick, spent the weekend Olaf Norland's. Mrs. Clara Mueller and the Wally Chiistensons, Clear Lake 'have returned from a trip to California. They visited Mrs. Mueller's grandson Wally Dean Ohristenson. at Treasure Island, San Francisco, and with the Forrest Christensons, Los Angeles, and with the Ron Christensons. The Jerry Belknaps, Salt Lake City, are spending a week at Eldon Hanltelman's. Sunday guests at Eldon Hantelman's were the Larry Buschers and Genea and tiiie Jerry Belknaps. The Clifford Douglases visited a week at Buffalo Monett, Springfield, and Lake Oz>ark, Mo., The relatives they visited were the James High- fills, Gerald Lillegards, Lloyd Lillegards, Virgil Lillegjairds and Mrs. Alva Smith. They went sight seeing at Roaring River, Silver Dollar City and saw Table Rock Dam. The Arlin Stegers, Cediar Falls, were weekend visitors at Clifford Douglas's. The Harvey Henriksens visited Sunday evening at LeRoy Henrikson's, Armstrong. The Eldon Hurlburts, Fort Dodge, were Sunday evening visitors at Donald Hurlburts. The Herman Maahs attended the wedding of Joe Jergens a>t the Catholic church at Rolf e Saturday morning. Mrs. Kenneth Krause gave a birthday party for Mrs. Floyd Duncan and Mrs. Tom Trenary, Burt. Other guests were Mrs. Carole Engelby and children, Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Lori, Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona and Mrs. Olive Person. Kristie Bollinger spent from Tuesday till Saturday with her grandparents, the Kenneth Bellinger's. Tuesday evening guests ait Kenneth Bollinger's were the Wilmer Wichtendahis, Wayne Bollingers, Norman Bolling- ers, Mrs. Carol Tiez and Michael, Algona, for Kenneth's WEDNSDAY THRU SATURDAY A Musical Masterpiece of Enchanting Entertainment! Technicolor® BOTH FEATURES IN COLOR NAVY iMCONWAY-JOEFLYNN ->MC MALE'S NAVY CREW ON THIS PROGRAM ONLY CHILDREN 50c SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SNOW ONLY MfTZIGAYNOR-GIG YOUNG ••'" THEIMA RITTER V e «' m -" COLOR JULIE mm NILlltHKUDU •"" IICIUUSUCEN! 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The handsome young tycoon? |The next door playboy? The dashing fall-guy? The midnight music tutor? you've _got 10 I " \belaughmgM ^ ~ Celeste Hoim-BiilBixby DickKallman s ,DwayneHickman-i flirtc'tflDj J pfXfl'-Ctd Dv PeterTewksbury-DougiasLaurence $ Continuout Show* on Sgndty BOTH FiATURES IN COLOR SANDS | A CY WOHElO-SjWLtY BAKtR PRODUCTION SAME TWO FEATURES MONDAY ANO TUESDAY II1AKED RyiHHIER

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