Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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£»»Aifffti M& AUftJJ* JM Ex-TMian dies suddenly at MoRticello John EriekiM, ofSweiCity, dies Tuesday «f. They visited M Ufiefe Hid ' Owen George Tjaden, 32, former Titonkian, died from in apparent heart attack Wednesday evening, Aug. 16, on returning home from Jan's flower and Gift Shop which he and his wife operated for the past eight months in Monticello, Iowa. He was born at Titonka on Oct. 16, 1934, son of George and Ida Cordes Tjaden. He was baptized at the Ramsey 'Reformed church in February, 1935, and became a confirmed member of the same church in 1951. He received his education at Titonka, graduating from the Titonka high school in 1952. He then attended Iowa State university at Ames. _.. . * ri 1 ' For a number of years he Kathleen Lden married was employed as sales en gi neer for Bakery & Dairy E- Titonka — Kathleen A. Eden, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Erwln Eden, Titonka, and James H. Wilkins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jlames WMKins, ST., Payeltltsyi'lte, Ark., were married at Titonka Methodist church August 12. Rev. Paul Hanson presided at the double ring ceremony. The bride's sister, Mrs. Michael Martin, Moline, 111., was matron of honor. Diainc Gartner, Titonka, and Ruth Ann Shahian, Marroe, wort bridesmaids. The .bride's personal attendant was Linda Kluck- holm, West Des Moines. Richard Wilkins was best m»n, and William Brandon and William Wilkins, both of Fayottevillle, Ark., were groomsmen. Ushers were. Dcnmis Underwood, Council Bluffs; Larry Peterson, Forest City; Kenneth Bierstedl, Whittiemore; and Robert Ortman, Burl. Bob W'ilkins and Larry Eden were candJclighters. Music was by the soloist, Michael Martin, Moline, 111, accompanied by Carolyn Ley, Lakota. ,, A reception was , held ,in v . Fellowship Hall ^ , Jor ISQ,^ guests. At the guestf^ook wfis$ Bonnie Peterson, Gukeen, Minn. Janslle Peterson and Radiael Eden carried the gifts to the gift table where Phyllis Dunn, Brenda Eden and Sharon Eden served. The Lester Edens and Allen Edens, aunts and uncles of the bride, were dining room hosts. Mrs. Tom Pen- dorgast and Sheryl Schneider poured punch. Linda Kluckholm and Jane Kuehl cut the wedding cake, which was baked by the groom's mother. Her aunts, Mrs. Magdalene Ortman and Mrs. Wilbur Peterson poured. Table waitresses were Jai.- ice Alke, Mrs. Lamont Junk- ermcier, Karen Eden, Sandra Ortman and Marlys Eden. Helping in the kiUi'ien ware Mesdames Roy Walrod, Leonard Leeck, Sophus Nelson, Irvin Schmidt, Robert Ringsdorf, Raymond Sohut- jer, lleiko Boakelman, Herbert Rakow and Ted DeBoei 1 , Jr. After the weekend in the area, they left for their home at 610 W. 30th, Austin, Texas. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high .school and graduated in -home economics and extension with honors at the university at Ames in May. She is affiliated with Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Upsilooi Omi- <cron and Mortar Board at Iowa State. She will teach 'home economics ait Lamar Junior High in Austin, Texas. The groom graduated from high school at Council Bluffs, attended the Ames university and was affiliated with Triangle there. He graduated from the umivejrsilty of Arkansas in June with a major in economics, and will attend law school at the university of Texas at Austin. Out of town guests were from Minot, N. P., Stratford, Wis., Minneapolis, Elinor e, Gukeen, Minn.; Elkport, Des Maines, Ames, Council Bluffs, State Center, Armstrong, Swea City, Kensett, Forest City and Knoxville. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James WUkine, ST., had a dinner for the wedding party at -the Kountry Kitchen following the rehearsal Friday evening; I'ltOMOTED lUkotu: Mr. and Mrs. Otto IJi-ri/kf: have boon advised Irojn the cojnniunding officer, C;.RI. Frederick W. Ei.sele, that UitJr son GerOld has been pro^ wA<:i[ to SG'J' E-5. 'MMIHMHIIIHHHHHHrMMM R. Robinault services here August 25 Services were held Aug. 25 at the McCullough Chapel for retired Algona restaurant owner Raymond (Fuzzy) Robi- nault, 75, who died Aug. 22 at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines. Rev. Walter Morz officiated, and buriaf was in Eastlawn cemetery. Raymond Lee Robinault was born Sept. 5, 1892, the son of Robert and Mary Lee Robi- nault. He married OUie Helen Fisher on Dec. 24, 1918, and served in the First World War. He came to Algona from Denison in 1928 and operated the Silver Grey Cafe until 1951. Pallbearers were Leighton Misbach, William Finn, Kyle Keith, Pete Jorgenson, Lyle Anderson and Martin Po- besides ,tys wife children Steve Murchland, Corbnado, Calif.; and Robert Murchland, Denison. His parents and two brothers preceded him in death. quipment. The Tjadens have lived in Monticello the past seven years and Mr. Tjaden had been active in the work of the First Presbyterian church of which he was a member, acting as Sunday School Supt. and serving as elder at various times. At the time of his death, he was serving as a member on the Board of Sessions for the eastern part of Iowa for the Presbyterian church. He was also active in Boy Scout work. He was married to Janice Jansen, Buffalo Center, May 14, 1954 at the Ramsey Reformed church. He is survived by his wife and four children, Melody Ann 12, Bruce Lynn 11, Randall Ray 9, and Cynthia Sue 7, and a sister, Mrs. Alfred Boelkes (Ellen), Titonka. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Burness Johnette. Funeral services were held Saturday p.m., Aug. 19, at the First Presbyterian church, Monticello, Iowa, with interment in Oak wood cemetery there. Rev. Gideon I. Kein officiated. HOG HOUSE FIRE ,, Lakota: Lakota,,Firerrien an.-, iiswered a call! aJJ^:00|a.'rn.'Mon : -' , day to the ...farnv hdrr>4 of Mr f ;. and Mrs. Ahrend Hans. A hog house filled with 600 bales of • straw', 4 iwo sheep and qther 1 small items were lost in the fire. SWM • Eiflt — John A. Ef< ickson, 82, of Swea City, died, Tuesday evening at Holy Family hospital, Esthervllle, from complication* of old age. He had been in the hospital one week. He was born Jan. 18, IMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G, Ef-. ickson, in Swea Township. He, received his education in the Swea Township schools and attended Ellsworth college at Iowa Falls. Mr. Erickson was married Feb. 22, 1922, to Essie Ander- ; son at Algona, and they lived: all their married life around Swea City. He was self employed as a cement contractor. Survivors are his wife, a daughter, Jean, Mrs. Arden Lium, Bricelyn, Minn., and a son, John of Mason City, five grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Ruth Shrewsbury Fresno, Calif. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Swea City fiftplist church with itev, M. i. *«d Steve, ******& Atifliat Cfandal! officiating. Buriil 24 fwm • two will be in Swea Townihlp cemetery. Pallbearer* will t* Glen Of •on. Glen C1ifk, Alvln Richardson, Dettrtar Thompaon, Beryl ButteHleld and ftrl Berg. Friends may call at the ttodsNHefity nitiefal home from Thursday to Friday noon. Wesleyschool opens Monday with half day Wesley — St. Joseph's par* ochi&l school began Monday with half day session*. Mon. day and Tuesday. Sister Mary Ralph is principal, and teach' • es seventh and eighth grades. Mrs. Oscar Mbnson teaches fifth and sixth. Sister Mary Agatha, third and fourth; Sis* ter Mary Jane Frances, (irrt and second grades; Mrs. J. M. Kunz, remedial reading. Leon*, ard Froelich is bus driver and parish custodian. Beatrice there and then did some sight- Hildman and Mrs. Urban lickf seeing. Bnroute 'home they feig are the cooks. | visited her aunt, the Matt O'•: K Connors, Parsons, Kan. Mrs. CAMP ON MISSISSIPPI *j Laubenthal's parents, the The Ivan Johnsons, > Sigrid Mike Bormans, Algona, stay- «d tt ite Llttblifhai Hm mi, tit «*h their otiM* jgrtttddiii* * ' VfHjft oU Jafoi tfr Iowa state ___ .., with the AM State 44t chortw, a group of 115 voice*. The Johnsons called on Mrs. Esther Carlson, a resMtant at the Evangelical Free Rest Home in Boone. Ronnie Johnson leave* S3pt. 12 to resume hfe studies at August** col' lege in Sioux Falls, S. D. MIMtf KfHIP PARTY The Legion Auxiliary will have its annual membership party Tuesday evening, Sept. 5. One paid-op member will receive a free membership. A pot hick lunch will be served alter the business meeting. The Maurice Laubenthals and M*rie and Beverly, returned August 23 from a trip to Colorado Springs, Colo. They took his parents, the Andrew LaubenNhafe to James Putzstuck's in Colorado Springs where they will spend severail weeks. The Wesleyans spent three days The Jim Hivertyi reoentty •old their 4fraw tarn ea§4 i* ***, ~M^,. »=. A-** — ft~^^^^^ off WHMj w Jowl UWTOWI. Hit Hatttty* retained the bidding and win continue to ft* there. Hie farm WM JfMrt.ago owned by the late Lou Hauptman*. . 'Friday - cvotiMM dlimer gueay at Ctorgfe Rkke'i were the Bob Kohiniasei, Waah- ington, D. C., Date Brands and thr*e oh4Wren, CUrlon; Dr. Karl Kohttuai, Bdd Kohl- haat, Rose Scanten and Jlni SdhtfMChcr, aM of Algona; Lee and Bd Rkfce and Lorn** t£_^l^4kff **-'•— -~ U|MM iWBrKnoH, Morgan, Minn, The 'Dr. Jongewaards spent the weekend at the parental Dr. A. J, JongewaaixTa in Jefferson. Other guests at the - jj^ were another at MIAMI* tie will toga hto at the t*mv«nHy_of tow, hwm C^, n«d "W«(h. _ Th* fttft Ro*W*m*, feul and Oiriitt*, it* for «ttt tan* In MutaMi, Wto., tfay iramiitt fcitoftflg t rtiqrt A with her pawrta, the H. E. HemmlngiBna. ill SACK PAOI or TODAY'S PEACH FOR •10 USED CAM SALE TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Alaami protect her sight... with better light 1 " 7 * Young eyes need good lighting: have plenty of light—?f or reading and study-—in your home! Algona Municipal Utilities DRIVE-IN Thn SATURDAY AUGUST 30 ALGOisIA THURSDAY -FRIDAY -SATURDAY AUGUST 3t Thru SEPT. 2 MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 ONE COMPLETE SHOWING EACH EVENING STARTING AT 7:30 P.M. NMHXMTKTUMS'iiritMnti- AN INCREDIBLE ORGY OF SIGHTS and SOUNDS! SECRETS OF FORBIDDEN WORLD ...EXPOSED! ...VIOLENT BEYOND COMPARISON ...YET BEAUTIFUL / BEWMP B€LI€f / ...SECRETS OF THE FORBIDDEN WORL REVEALED BY THE HIDDENtCAMERA MACABRD the nuttiest of'em all, .coming or going ! JeRRYtfwis I jeRWiPtis is the fella and fabulous as CINDERELLA is the fella and fun as t. V ED.fl' i / A HUMAN PIN CUSHION 1 A DUEL TO SLASH;NOT KILL! RELIGIOUS RITUALS THAT KILL YOUNG MEN! BIZARRE WOMEN OF TORTURE! ] FRENZIED TRIBAL DANCES! • SEE CHILDREN TRANSFORMED INTO MONSTERS 2 • STRANGE JUNGLE RITUALS! • PRIMITIVE BIRTH CONTROL PRACTICES ! • RUKIAN ROULETTE WITH DIESEL ENGINES! EXECUTIONS BY PYTHONS 1 1t>G£fH£R ON ONE PROGRAM' %OTH IH SHOCKING- COLOR! WARNIKO'. ^KRinVJ i.. T44IS PROGRAM IS fOR TH£ MATURE AND TH€ MAN AGEMENT WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE fOR T^£ WEAK-HEARTED » ' ADULTS $1.00 — SHOWS AT DUSK SATURDAY HIDIIITE SHOW-'HIMQE" SUHDAY-SEPT. 3rd-3 BIG FEATURES DUSK TO DAWN-HOLIDAY FUN Adults —$1.00 — Children under 12 —35c •—^^^—^—-^—•^•IM SUNDAY Thru THURSDAY SEPT. 3 Thru 8th CONTINUOUS SHOWS PROM 1 P.M. ON SUNDAY AND MONDAY 2 Complete Shews Each Evening Tuts. - W*d. • Thuri. "BEST FILM FOR MATURE AUDIENCES" as selected by the National Catholic Office. WHAT 010 YOU OOliMWiR 1 DAOOYr M«nd«y Thro What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" and "Duel At Diablo" Admiliien , . . Sept. 3 & 4 Adults $1.25 Sept. 346 Adults $1.00 l&HOHlvpfiufl SNOW SUNDAY ONLY The Colorful Adventures of aie more Cob W than ever m COLOR i UNITED ARTISTS RELEASE EASTMANCOLOR COLUMBIA PICTURES SUGGESTED (QR MATURE AUDIENCE! LYNN R1DQRAVE- SEftt^lffil!* —N»v York Film Critics' Award (co-winner) I

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