Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 21, 1967 · Page 2
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Over 9;600 eat at barbecue u at Bode for August bride MORE THAN 9,400 persons repeated the above scene when they attended the ail- nual Kossuth County Beef Barbecue which was held Thursday evening as a part of the Kossuth County Fair. The feed was sponsored by the Kossuth county merchants and businessmen. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillnun. IHtlMtHtMmmimMltlllHMIItlMIIIIIMMMHMMMIMIHMtlllMIMimiMI Ottosen group has tour of Spencer home OttoMn — Two cars of United Presbyterian Women members and guests went t.o Spencer Friday for the day with Jesse and Helen Van Buskirk. The group consisted of Bessie Cooper, Mary Leutl, Essie Cooper, Edith Richards, Nina Kropf, Dora Telford, Nina Wehrspann, Margaret Holt, and Ruth Thorsen. Other guests were Bessie Krucg- er, Dorothy and Lee Holt and Barbara Holt of Spencer. A potluck dinner was enjoyed at noon. After the U.P.W. meeting in the afternoom, they toured the Lee Holt and Clarence Krueger 'homes and the St. Lukes Lutheran Home. SI. Luke's Lutheran Home is a home for the aged that opened this past May and is sponsored by 14 area Lutheran Churches serving residents : of the Iowa Great Lakes area. /.' After coffee at the Van. Bus>' kirk home the group retui-iv ed in the late afternoon. The Van Buskirks sent their 'greeting to Ottosen friends. Saturday afternoon the Gary Coopers visited Mrs. Essie Cooper. That evening the Charles Coopers and their baby daughter, Cameron, Mo. had supper with Mrs. Essie Cooper. THERE'S MORE TO putting on a barbecue than just cooking the meat and serving the food. It seems that the workers at Thursday evening's beef barbecue were engaged in all kinds of work which they hadn't quite figured on. Here, Kossuth County Attorney Bing MacDonald and local mover Dick Post serve as baby sitters while the parents of 16 month old Rhonda Harms go through the lines. Rhonda • is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Harms, Titonka. RIGHT HERE AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO WE'RE SHAVING PRICES ON ALL USED CARS! In a lather over the price of late model used cars? Check these special values... every one a beauty, every one priced to save. Come in today. CLEAN-CUT SPECIALS TRADED FOR '67 MERCURYS! I960 FORD Galaxio Starlinor 2- door hardtop, Fast Back, V-8, Crui»o-a-matic, sharp turquoise with matching interior. 1966 FORD Gai.xie 500, 4 door, white color, red trim. Cruite-o-matic, radio, heater, power steering. 1966 FORD V* ton Pickup, 6 cylinder, heater, radio. Sryleside box, red and white, like new. 1964 FORD Cvitom 500 4 door, radio, heater, beige color, standard transmission, V-8 engine. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door, 352 V-8, Cruise-o-matic, power steering, radio. Light blue color. 1963 FORD Custom 300 4 door, 6 cylinder, radio, standard transmission. 1964 BUICK Sport Coupe, 2 door Hardtop, automatic, • radio, white color. 1961 COMET 4-door .edan, 6- cylinder, straight stick, light green finish. 1962 OLDS Station Wagon, power steering, automatic, whito color. 1960 THUNDERBIRD 2 door Hardtop, full power, turquoise color. 1961 MERCURY Monterey Con vertible, power steering, Mercomatic, radio. Nic*. 1962 FORD Station Wagon, 6 passenger, radio, V-8, Crurse-o-matic. 1963 CHEVROLET 4 door, Bel Air sadan, 2 ton* paint, Powerglido traniminion. 1965 CHEVROLET Van, side raar doors. Blue color. TAYLOR MOTOR GO. lASTSTATiSTMIT - A shower was tid'J In St. Olaf Lutheran church August 5 for' Marsha Bjornson. Mm. Leroy Wortjy had the program and introduced the bride, who introduced her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Bjofn< son, her fiance's mother, Mrs. Harvy Will, LuVerne, and grandmothers, Mrs. Albert Bergum, Ottosen, Mrs. Albert Voss, Eagle Grove, and Mm. Teresa Assing, LuVerne. Mrs. Worby gave several readings and advice to thu bride and Mrs. Henry Olson read several .selections. Mrs. Don Aure sang accompanied by MR. David Engel. Assisting in opening gifts were Maralyn Zeman, Des Moines, and Mrs. Jack Con- km. Diane Pederson had. the guest book. ' Hostesses were Mesdames Kenneth Schriber, Harry Dasen, Melvin Olson, Stanley Olson, Emma Olson, Clarence Smith, Royal Hanson, Harlan Berge, Garwin Sorlein, Art Zeman, Leroy Worby, Keith Holland, Justin Torgerson, Raymond Holland, Marvin Kropf, Ted Brodale, and Alvin Peterson. Marsha will be married Saturday evening August 26, at St. Olaf Lutheran church to Denny Will, LuVerne. GOES TO VIET NAM Mrs. Blanche Christiansen, employed at Hubbard spent several days at her home in Bode recently. August 6 a reunion, for her family was held and all of her children were present. CWO Robert E. Ghristiianson^ who has spent three years in Germany, was in Bode for several days. He left the first of the week for California and will then go to Viet Nam. SPC Charles Christiansen family came from Fort Bragg, N. C., Ohlarles recently returned from Viet Nam and served with the Green Beret Paratroopers. Other members of the family were the Pat Hoppinigs, Minneapolis, and the Jerry and Mort Christian- Sons, Bode. Other relatives were guests Sunday afternoon lor coffee. It was the first' time the Christianson family had been together for five years. Mrs. Robert Christianson and three children live in Puerto Rico. The Bill Mayhews, Cindy land Troy, Rochester, Minn., and the Larry Dunlavys and Danny, Newton, spent the weekend at the parental Vernon Tomkin's. Dorothy Nasty, California, was a guest Saturday. Barbara Dunlavy and 1 Dorothy Nasby came for their a picnic at Bewte Laire ..._ Hampton. Attendtag were the Bill MiyheWi, R£ 'Charter, Minn,) Lafry Dun' livyl Newton, Dale Frederick, Ltvermor*. th« Garry KmftB, Mark, Terrt and Midi' teL Jcny HawUnses, Mn. Sophta BngJtrom, the VerfHMt ''frmpkiru and Martyce, Bode. ff Th« Clark Jolltffea, Lastuna JtiHi, CaJtf, A. M. Nordiies, ,*t Dodge, p. 0, Elmay, Hum- Sboidt, and Mrs. Nora Quill '•w*re guests laat Sunday at the Thor Servlg'r / \;The Rev. and Mn. Irvin Suty J«n«*ville, Wiax, vttted ,tf»e Thor Selvigs and Vtob Thompson. The Thor Selvigs house ia the former home of 'Mrs. Selvig's parents. The Subys were on their wty to Sioux 'City to visit their daughter. Pastor and Mrs. Suby had their 40th wedding in May. Mrs. Suby is the form- %r Volberg Pederson. ,•: iMra. Olaf Olson and Letty Hegg visited relative* near Decorah last weekend and at^tended the wedding of their . niece, Jendean Hegg, Decorah, "to Dan Olson, Fort Dodge. Letty Hegg left from Decorah ; to visit Mends in Detroit, -Mich. Mrs. Harold Klein, Valley Stream, N. Y., Mrs. Ed Bro and son Randall, Glen Ellyn, HI., Mrs. Ivan Dickson, York- vine, 111., and Mrs. Bd Hoi- man, Kenosha, Wis., were Tuesday visitors at R. F. Gullixon's. They are cousins of Mr. Gullixson and were en- route to Denver where they attended the wedding of the Klein's daughter Constance , to Dr. Donald Evenson. Lewis Bergum and daughter, Mrs. W. DiSomma were also guests of the Gullixsons Tuesday. The C. W. Rossings and Mrs. Nora Quill visited last weekend at Rand Fisher's, Red Oak. Gynther Quill, Dallas, Tex., accompanied them to Bode and will visit several days with his mother, Mrs. Nona Quill. > Aljtna (lawa) AdNnMCi the DonaJd Coopert Sunday he feturned to the horn* of ..jgggj ...~ ,. n^^^ "T^ ^' Hi .parents, the Eldoti Hlin^ tii« tm* teuM^«< &&*. ^ifl^fl. Well " hii MrrEwi* Cooper W*ted M * ivin BMiag?ofl* Saturday *^ Sunday (he Robert SpeWis ?JK S**,, «"«!* it Afttofle Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher Steve Evenson, Buffalo Cen,ter, 'was home at the Ivan Evenson's for the weekend. FARMERS! Use LP Gas for all your farming needs - LPOAS FOR EVERY PURPOSE •Gas Heating • Water Heaters • Corn Drying • doghouse Heaters — and all ethtr FARM USES — Itvly on us for prompt, worry-free service ! We offer you more than just a convenient delivery . . . we make sure that a reliable supply of LP- Gas is always on hand, ready to serve all your needs! AVAILABLE IN 500 AND 1,000 CAL. TANKS North Central Public Service Co. "A Complata LP and Natural Gas Sarvica." 2W-2484 ALGONA '•••••••»•»••••••»»•« ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••M PEN AUGUST 28! DRIVERS - - Take These Safety Precautions: 1. Instill Child Safety in Your Own Mind 2. Obey All Traffic Lights and Signs 3. Be Prepared to Stop When Driving Near Schools and Playground! 4. Look for the Unexpected Where Children Are Congregated 5. Drive to Suit Conditions and Situations 6. Use Good Judgment When Picking Up Children in School Area 7. Exercise Extreme Care on Stormy and Bad Days ——STUDENTS' HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO TO AID TRAFFIC SAFETY 1. Cr«» «nly it cornart 9. Walk on toft facing traffic 2. Lc«k all ways baforc you crou o. Bo oxtra alort on Mormy day* 3. Stay from lETWEfN parkool can 7. Play away from traffic 4. Watch for TURNING cart I. Woar whit* at night 9. Obty tha traffic »ifnr IF YOU RUE Y01R BIKE - • ALWAYS Mil HAND SIGNALS ALWAYS STOP FOR STOP SIGN* NEVf R RIDE AT NI0NT WITHOUT A LIGHT ALWAYS RIDE IN STRAIGHT LINES ALWAYS RIDf SINGLE FILE NEVER IIP* DOUBLE ON YOUt BIKE NEVER TRICK OR STUNT RID! NEVER HITCH RIDES ALWAYS GIVE PWESTRIANS THf RIGHT OF WAY Mayor Win. J. Finn AlgoM Polic* Dept

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