Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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Around Algona t II. Married at St. Cecelia's Margaret Elaine Bierstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, and Richard Joseph Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert, Algona, were married July 22 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Monsignor P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Kathryn Bierstedt, Lone Rock, and the best man was Robert Elbert, Algona. Ushers included Jerome Elbert, Algona, and Roger Hendrickson, Algona. Michael Kajewski and Thomas Black, were acolytes. Soloist Ruth McEnroe was accompanied by organist Ruth Cassel. A reception at the Knights of Columbus 'hall followed the ceremony. Jeannie Bierstedt had the guest book, and Mrs. Robert Mitchell served punch. Harold Gilmores celebrated Golden Wedding Monday The children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore entertained some 200 guests on Monday evening, August 28, at the Algona Country Club in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents. In the receiving line along with the guests of honor were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Jeff) Sherri, and Katie, Algona; with Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Klebanoff (Mary Lou Gilmore), and their children Harry and Lori, of Ossining, N. Y. The Ed Gilmore's older son John is aboard the USS Lyman K. Swenson, a Naval destroyer, in the Viet Nam area. Among out of town guests by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN rfWWWWVVWWWWWtf^^ Mrs. Joseph Kemna poured while Suzanne Elbert and Mrs, Roger Hendrickson cut the cake. Waitresses were Shirley Ohnemus and Camela Henderson. Opening gifts was Mrs. Richard Elbert. Out of town guests were from Algona, Bancroft, Des Moines, Fenton, Fonda, Fort Dodge, Lone Rock, Mason City, Rodman, Ruthven, Whittemore, and Minneapolis. She is a graduate of the Sentral Community high school, Fenton, and the Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City. She is presently employed as a secretary at the Weidenhoff Corporation, Algona. He was graduated from Gafc rigan high school, served in the Army for three years, and is now employed in the shipping department at Weiden- hoff. here for the event were: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, of Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannsen, Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. E. V. (Fritz) Pierce, Brainerd, Minn.; and Mrs. Pierce's sister, Mrs. Louise Ludington, Plantation, Fla.; Mrs. Mae Lowe, also Mr. anj) Mrs. Willard Fletcher, Mankato, who are sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Carl Morck; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grif fith, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reimers, Grand Junction; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wai lace, LuVerne; Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Partridge, Minneapolis, the latter is a cousin of Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Murchland, Coronodo, Calif. Shower for Sharon Harson at Lone Rock Lone Rock — A bridal shower was held Thursday, August 24 at the Lone Rock Legion 'ball for Sharon Marson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hiarson. There were &4 guests present including host- Mrs. Erich Seegebarth presided & began the program with introductions. Mrs. Ted Jensen played a solo, musical saw accompanied by her daughter Jill, songs were sung by Mrs. William Mariow accompanied by Judy Kraft anid a numerous reading was by Mrs. Erich Se3gebarth. Sharon then opened gifts assisted by Jill Jeoteen and Linda Ramus. Guests were registered by Judy Kraft, and Mrs. Hairy Hanson, aunt of the bride, Emmetsburg poured. Sharon will be married Sept. 2 at 4 p.m. at Our Saviour's 'Lutheran church at O?age to Airman 1st Class Allen Cornwall, Osage. He is now Stationed et the Ainforce Base, Rapid aty, S. D. .Hostesses for the shower were Nan Blanchard, Shirby Haboger, MiMie Hasnmer- Strom, Ellen Holmgren, Dolores Iniiwan, Bernics JemsiecK Tena Jensen, Fern Kruegsr, Rose Kraft, Beulah Lee, Ed* Long, Coileen Marlow, HBer, Tbeima Ramus, le Seegebarth, Rita Schoedel, Virginia Wcgner, June Weisbrod. BIRTHDAY PARTY 'Mrs. Angus Cotton was honored Sunday in her home by a birthday party given by her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson. Guests were Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. MoGuire, Mrs. Harlan Blan- ohard, Mrs. Carl Pdterson, Mrs. Gus Blanchard, Mrs. Ed Ohm, 'Mrs. Eldon Martaw, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Sylvia Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton called that day. TO GUEST DAY Women of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church have been invited to a guest day at the Good Hope Methodist church Friday at 2 p.m. Beginning Sunday, Sept 3 morning worship win begin art 10 o'clock and Sunday School at 11 o'clock at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. HiWETT REUNION An annulaj HeweU reunion building in Fort Dodge. Attending from this area were ttye Leon Hamuses, Larry and Denise, John Rhonda and Randy Newton. They stopped at tht Good Samaritan Home in Al gcn« and took Mm. Grace Ramus along in a, wheel chair. The Dave Webers, Davk Weibers, Osage were Suftda?> supper guests at Donald Web Gary Graham arrived hemt Saturday on a 14 day delayed teave from Fort Campbell, Ky., and will visit his parente, the Glenn Grahams UU a week from Saturday when he will leave for Fort Gordon, Ah., to receive further training. Mr. and Mr*. Perry 'Cellini arrived home Aug. 19 from a short vacation at Dove Creekj Colo., where they visited relatives. The following Monday a nephew, Georgia Collins, and his wife, of Madison, Wis., were here for an overnight visit. George is an instructor at Wisconsin University. Last weekend Mrs. ColKns brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fritz, of Baton, were guests at the Collins home. Mr. and Mrs. John Clayton and three sons, Marietta,, Ga., left for home Saturday after a visit with her father, H. W. Pl'eitch. Mrs. Clayton, and the 'boys came on Aug. 15, and her husband flew up on Tuesday of last week to return home with them. Mrs. Claiy- tom is the former Joan Pletch. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, their daughter and son- in^l'aw, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith with Susan and twc friends, Judy Slgsbee and Mart MoCullough, visited the State Fair on Friday in cede bration of Susan's 16th birtn- lay. In Des Moines they miet and had dinner with Runchey's son Fernley and his wife, whc came from Iowa City. On Sept. 2 the Fernley Runcheys wUl leava for New York City to meet their daughter Nancy who has been in Europe all summer studying at the University in Vienna. She will enter her senior year ait Hope College, Holland, Mich., this fall. David Hutchins left Monday for Whitewater, Wis., where he teaches Psychology alt Wisconsin State University. David hlad worked most of the summer in Oregon, then drove down the coast and vis- ^ ited his mother's sister, 1 Mar- gueriite Dalziel, at Newport Beach, Calif., before coming home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith took their son Paul to Des Mtodnes on Aug. 13 following his Iteave at home. He fleiw to San Diego enroute to Pearl Harbor where he was to board •thle U. S. Cochran, Enroute baick, the Smiths stopped at Boone to attend a church service and heard James Steal preach. He is a grandson of Mrs. P. M. Eriokson, AlgoniE., & a son of the Charles Stieils, Charles City. He had been assistant Methodist minister at the Boone church during the summer and is returning to the Seminary this Hall for his finlal year. Smith's dough- 'ter Ann, Mrs. Kenneth Baughman, Champaign, 111., came the following day for ia visit •at home. She is supervisor in the Foods Daparttmenit at tlie University of Illinois and hfiir husband practices law in Champaign. Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Kleban«ff and two children, Ossining, N. Y. left yesterday after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore. They were cojhosts with her brother and his wife, the Ed Gilmores at the Golden Wedding observance of the parents on 'Monday evening at the Country Club. the Nation*! Guard at Riptey. •I* r**v • en, Grand Junction, oHtte Monday for the Gtirtttn*' Golden Wedding and wen overnight gueate of Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. Dr. Olanii Nlelaen, DM Moines, visited from Friday to Sunday at the home of his brother Fritz, and With their mother, Mrs. Alex Nielsen, ait Good Samaritan Home. He also played in the, golf tournament on Saturday. Dr. Nieteen is no longer in general practice but is on the medical at Bankers Life. tar tttfi ftl obmiflg yttf. «j^J| m.*.+±*^f& w^^fe rju^^^ . IWL taiani vw PMI _£ 4%^£^^^^^^fe r ' ^Aft^^ at (MMonm amor hi*. Marten degree * and apent ttiii fummer doing further ay>dua*t atody there. for a week at the W- tt. God ' ftiuiii r.ii UVODOJL • IM del Roaiittd Tnntxt ey, Eathervlik, lueidtjy afternoon, teat of the ReV, iAd Hit, William Noknd M the Methodist par- Mr. and Mrs, Wastoy Schuf- lz left Saturday for a fishing trip to Canada, and while they are awtay their daughter Virginia is fltaying wtth Mrs. Sid Spear. • Kim Daal kff Thursday for Kenoaha, Wis., where he will 'teach vocal music in grades 7,8, and 9, alt Washington Jun- The Society of ChrMlM Service will resume their monthly hmoheon meaUngi ntart Thursday, Sept, 7, wtth <te September Circle headed by Mr». Roy HutMU and Mrs. Bd- ward Hagg aerving. Mrs. Gteon Orahiihv will laid in Devotions and the program will be presented by Mrs. Alfred Schenok who will talk on some phans of the trip which she •nut her nusband made some months ago, first to Australia and New Zealand, then north from South Africa on Safari, and i brief visit with old friends in Greece spent Sunday wtth the Ter renoe CuUena of lincoin, Nebr., who were vacaitkining fRft MM. tntti • TMH Login, Ohio, w«re gueau it fiRmm of Mr*, AjTciay. tan laat W««k «nd apent a day M the tfjrold Roetnter tSttt hofw fwajr tivtrinore. It wait the j#ottn| Ifri. CUyton's MM vlatt to a farm and she was 4UM« ft»arU*ted with the fninjlvaatock, ete. Tom If the younfaat of the three sons of the HaroV) Oaytont, Rogers, Ark., and they were enroute home from a visit there. He work* in Cleveland and his wife teaches at Logan. son, who ia tft the Army and ' - .-i, j.J tJL « nBu a» f dftlattv*< Doll Earl and daughter, Mrs. Mike Raohter and three children, at of Britt, were here Saturday to help Mrs. SVd Spear, mother of Mrs. Blahey, oeie- bmte a birthday. Captain and Mra. C. A Creel, daughter Kathy and p. friend of hen, left Sunday evening for their home at Dayton, Ohio. They had been in Iowa for aeveral weeks and were visiting her parent*, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter where they were Joined for the weekend by their son Mike and his wife who came (from (Davenport They left sooner than planned when they learned that the younger w 6, B. Dewel, is in the Voter* am' Hospital at CoralGajbte*, fla,, for teats and daignoali, but nothing farther hai been tearnnd here as yet. Gordon Mves at Fort LMfdenHkl. returned a week ago from Reno, N«v., whew they hid •pent several weeks at the home of their aiater Caroline, Mrs. R. F. Gilmore. They alao vtattod her daughter, Virginia 'RafafKtef, and son Janes. Mra. Gilmore had major BUT- gery on AUg. 2, but waa recovering well before they Ml They made the trip out and bade by bus. Lone Rock MUMMiptiitt Wcdtwaday where 4*-^^i ^^uk^A tfaafe aa^fcaU ' ! wwy spom m0 (••y* MM. iMuHei Adtermait, Mr*; David flunkoftk* tttd Law*, Mrs. toft, GiffonL Suit IMA A nMAG ifl Fort Dodge. Ttiefday evening guest! at Ai A, Krueger home were Che ohtit • AhfMs, Ottosen, Mn. L T. Jackson, of Batton Rouge, t*.. *° ta alao visit- iitg ftcr GueaH* test week at Rotert BtaBett'a were ms mother, Mrs. LtUM Blnien, JoHet, HI, hi* stater, Mrs: Joe Sofcobw* aki, and three children, Gleii Ellen, 111., Dick Bimem, to- liet.ni. The Oliniton Liaftares, Austin, Minn, were Sunday guests at Georgia Marlow's. Mrs. LalBsre is Mrs. Marlow's sister and will be spending a tew (lays here. , Gueata for the weekend at the Leo Ramus home were the Dd Moores, Richard Moore, Mrs. Don Stewart, Dale Stewart, Gale Wise, aU of Afltoona. iMr*. M. A. Krueger, Mrs. E. A. Lsa and Michael, and iMrs Raymond Nestwoldt, Brittt, met Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Jean and Anni, at SEE BACK PAGE OF TODAY'S PEACH FOR BIO USED CAR SALE TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Algona Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, of San Diego, Cailif.,. came from Spirit Lake for the wedding of Sheila Sullivan a week ago Saturday and were overnight guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson. They had left home in July and stopped to see their daughters en- route to Iowa. At Houston, Tex., they visited the Phil Everests, (Virginia), in Muscatine, the Richard Halpins, (Betty) and in Des Moines, Hie Jim Rasleys, (June Ann). Then they went to Spirit Lake where Dr. F. C.'s brother Hairley has a cottage. They left there last weekend to go to Leech Lake to visit at the summer 'home of another brother, Emmet Scan-Ian, of Rock Rapids, to remain for a week They are coming back through Iowa and will go to Chicago tor the wedding of their son James on Sept. 15, and from there will return to the West Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn S«g«r were in Lew)*, la., Monday to attend the funeral of a relative, Rflbert Huber, 19, who was killed Friday evening near Paynesville, Minn., in a truck aoid«nt. He had been with Grahams ^^^J ' '• I ' • "I ' '"• •"'. I'm, ' f. -

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