Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 13
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Burt reception for pair wed at Brown church Burt — Batter*, daughter of the Hariey Boeckhotts, Titonka, and Roger, son of the Jake Geiglers, Wesley, were married August 20 at 12:30 at the Little Brown church, Nashua, by Rev Utterback. Ttie Blttendants were Sheryl Wall- rod, Wesley, and Larry Bunkofske, Titonka. A wedding reception was held at 3:30 p.m. at the Burl Legion Hall for 90 guests. Waitresses were Kay Huismtft and Julie Stod- daffti, Titonka. There Wai a bfMal shower August 22 M the Burt Legion HaH. HI UNION If MILD The Long reunion was held August 20 at the Legion hall in lone Rock with 100 present including the David Longs Cedar Falls, Glenn Longs, Estherville, Junes Elsbeckers, Phoenix, Ariz., John Longs, Waterloo. Mrs, Anna Newton), HumboMt, Donald Newbro and 5 children, Dakota dtp, Bedell Wessels, Minneapolis, Cecil Longs and Steven, A)- gorta, James Longs, Lone Rock, Bob Benson, Lone Rojok, 'Ralph Thompson, Atgonfr, 'Richard Bensons, Mr. and Mrs. Roger 'Long, Algona, the All Longs, Bancroft, Mrs. Chris Long, Mft. Louis Scott, the Bernard Gilford*, LWty J<*ff- yn, Mike Lonp. fid Longs, HOWifQ I/MigS, Beit RaneiyS, fikrtrjre, Wttlard ItomiMoAs, Mrs. Vena Lampe, Jotiet, HI. and the Dick ODonrells. SLUI •IROIMIIT tl» August meeting of ths flurt Btudbifdfi 4-H club was held a* Jean Lynch's August 12. Marilyn Person and Ariene Coldy gave a report on the 441 cwnp they attended. Duty tftgi were made tor service' men overseas. No talk* or were given at ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••MM cooks your meals... dries your hair... ODD And the wages off this wonderful servant are just pennies a day! Electricity, your magic servant, helps you to live better, electrically Algona Municipal Utilities (Ms meeting. Guests August 19 at G. H. MoMulten's were the Walter Campneys, F. L. Ryersons and 'Dr. Herbert Jackmans. (Mrs . Jay Hoppus, Jamie, and 2 months old son Jess Ray are spending some time •aft the Ray Hoppus and Cora OTCeefe homes while her husband, Jay Hoppus is serving in the air force. iDr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackman, O'Neal, Nebr., visited last week at F. L. Ryerson's. He was Methodist minister in Burt from 1940 to 1943 and now is superintendent in Nebraska. They left Sunday for Rochester where 'Mrs. Jackman will go through the Mayo Clinic. Barbara Zwiefel was a weekend, guest of Mrs. Myrtle Zwite- ifel. Sunday afternoon the Cletus Zwirfels were guests. Guests Saturday Of Lulu Hawcott & Selina Clifton were Mrs. Otaf Olson, Lake Milk, and her daughter and husband, the Richard Serenas, iMiddleburg, Vt. Mrs. Olson is a former Burt resident, Esther Toebben. iMarlys Kay Robe, Bhnore, was a guest Sunday to Tuesday alt F. C. Soderberg's and Lucille Anderson, Elmore, was a guest Tuesday to Saturday ait the Soderberg home. The R. A, Marbaughs, Lyn and Wade, Wiltshire, Ohio, returned home Sunday after two weeks with relatives here. Mrs. Martoaugh is the former Carmilla Fraser. BiU Hamilton who had been working ait Estes Park, Colo., returned home for a visit before returning to school in Fort Worth, Texas. The Ed Fredricksons visited Sunday in Osage at I. J. Olsons and the Myron Maak- stads. Mr. Olson is a brother of <Mrs. Fredrickson and Mrs. iMaafcstad is her sister. 'Martha Gififord returned Thursday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, following surgery the week before. The three daughters of Mrs. James Schmidt, West Bend visited Saturday to Thursday at Mrs. Hilda Gifford's. The John Longs, Billings, Mont., came last week and are visiting Mrs. Louis Soott and other relatives. They have their trailer house. Duanie Long and daughter Kim came by plane from Bill- Mont, and attended the Coletta Streit married Long reunion Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Lloyd and two sons Shenendoah visited over the weekend wiltti Mrs. Celia Scott and the Roger Scotts. The Percy Stewards visited alt Walter Steward's before returning to Montezuma for the school year. He completed 10 semester hours on his masters degree at the University Lakeside Laboratory school at Lake Okoboji. He received a 4 point average in both biology and planlt taxonomy. Guests Sunday at Lawrence Doege's were Mrs. Opal Raf • dais and Mrs. Alma Beritelson and Gary, all of Albeit Lea, Minn., and the Vern Raf dais, Tiitonka. The Walter Adams, Algorta, the Warren Tutatte family, Albert Lea, Minn, and Jim Doege and Clara Van Steenfberg. C. B. Chipman is a patient at Mercy hospital, (Mason City, room 476, following surgery Friday. Members of thfe family visited him every day. The Bill Schatzes, Cedar Rapids; have a 10 Ib. 9 oz. son Brian Wade born at St. Luke's Methodislt hospital August 17. They have'a two year old son Kevin. Grandparents are the A. C. Hinckleys, Burt, and iMrs. Martha Schatz, Menlo, S. D. IMrs. BiU Senate is the former Judy Huitidey. The Don Thomsens and Kevin Senate, Iowa City spent the weekend at the Hinddey home and all attended the Krohnberg family reunion at the Pairbault fair grounds at Miss ColeDta Jean Streit, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Streit of Whittemore, la., was joined in married with Thomas J. Oahill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Caihill of Fort Dodge, Iowa, Saturday morning, August 12. The double ring ceremony was performed in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wihitte- llltHHIMIIIIHIItlllMIIIIHIIMIMIIIIIIMIIMMIIMIMIIMMIIIIIIIIIHtllHIM Blue Earth, with 80 present. The Jerry McMullens spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji with the Oscar Lundellfc. Madeline McMullen, Fullerton, Calif., and Neal McMullen of Newell were overnight guests Monday at G. H. Mo Mullen's. RIGHT HERE AT TAYLOR MOTOR CO WE'RE SHAVING PRICES ON ALL USED GARS! 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 GaUxi* SUrlintr 2- deer hardtop, F«»t Back, V-i, Cruise-a-matic, sharp turqueitt with matching interior. 1946 FORD Galaxio 500, 4 door, white color, red trim. Cruift-o-matic, radio, heater, power iteoring. ,1943 RAMiLIK 44«or, V4, Auto, trant., nice gold color and matching trim. 1961 CHEVROLET Menu * door, 6-eyl., Power Glide, •harpest yet. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door, 352 V-8, CryUe-o-matic, power storing, radio. Light blue color. 1963 FORD Custom 300 4 door, 6 cylinder, radio, standard trantmi«»ion. 1964 BUICK Sport Coupe, 2 door Hardtop, automatic, radio, white color. 1961 COMfT 4^oor »Wan, *> cylinder, straight stick, light green finish. 1962 OLDS Station Wagon, pow- tr steering, automatic, white color. MfTfTATI STRUT ^^RH^Br JP*^P^f 9 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 1960 THUNDERBIRD 2 door Hardtop, full power, turquoise color. 1961 MERCURY Monterey Convertible, power steering, Mercomatic, radio, Nice. 1962 FORD Station Wagon, 6 passenger, radio, V-I, Cruise-o-matic- 1963 CHEVROLET 4 door, Bel Air sedan, 3 tone paint, Powerglide transmission. 1961 FORD Galesio 2-door sedan, V-8, Fordpmatie, radio, blue finish with matching interior, excellent buy. with the Reverend J. J. Hyfcfttl officiating. Altar boys Were Eugene and David Er- peldlng «id Karl ifid Chttrkw Sbfeit, neuhews of the bride. Mr, Altan Colliiw of Fort Dodge W*K soloist. Given in marriage by her lather, the bride was attended by Jeanne Nelson of Wesley, friend of the bride, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were M*ry Ann cahiu of JEW 'Dodge, sister of the (jruutit, and Ruth Ann Streit of Whit- teinore, niece of the bride. Mr. Frank Faohman of Rockford, ffl., friend of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Paul' F. Streit of Madella, Minn, brother of Che bride, and Joseph R. CUhill of Fort Dodge, brother of the groom. Ushers were William Rodenborn of Harlan, la., and David Brink* man of Early, la. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Streilt of Bode, la., served as host and hostess at the dinner-reception for 150 guests at St. Michael's School in Whittomorc. Presiding at the punch bowl was Alice ElbeH of Algona, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Marvin C. Erpelding of Whittemore and Mrs. John L. Reinders of Louisville, Ky., sisters of the bride, out and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were Jean Marie and Linda Streit of Whittc- more, nieces of the bride, and Anita and Nancy Strait of St. Cloud, Minn., cousins of the bride. Attending the guest book was Christa Schomberg of Iowa City, friend of the bride. Mrs. Paul F. Streilt of iMadelia, Minn., sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Craig Ford of Emmetsburg, friend of the bride, opened and displayed the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Gairigan High School, Algona and the groom graduated from St. Edmund's High School in Fort Dodge. Both are graduates of the University of Iowa at Iowa City. After a wedding trip to Denver, Colorado, the couple will live in Iowa City. Swimmers The four member relay team of 1344 year olds of Manson have won over 150 ribbons and medals this season at regular conference swimming meets and also AAU meets. The junior swimmers are Joan Schuttler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sohuttler; Debbie Junkman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darvin Junkman; Jean FiHoon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean FDloon and Jacki Junkman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Junkman, all of Manson. (Icwa) Advance a THURSDAY, AUQ. H 1W_ Air Medal U.S. Air Force Major Charles D. Freed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A, Freed of Dayton was awarded (he Air Medal at Nha Trang Air fitee, Vietnam for air action In southeast Asia. Major Freed is a graduate of Burnside consolidated high school and is married to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mullenhoff of Lehigh. '1 shampoo my rugs for 14 a foot! RENT shampooer...only SI Wall-to-wall, or spots and paths ... Blue Lustre brilliantly cleans finest carpets, leaves nap open and fluffy. EASY I Just vacuum, shampoo, let dry, re-vacuum. No messy residue of powder or soap. SAFE as water for every fine fabric (upholstery, too)! 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