Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 13
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s \HELLOAIgona .. News of familta Arid rtiwly marrltd cwpltt wh« havt rtttnily mdvtd to Algona, Mr, and Mrt, Dal* tack* haus moved to Algona on July 15 from Graefttinger, Iowa. Mr. Backhaus is associated with the Horace Mann Teachers tns. Co. and Mrs. Backhaus wilt be .teaching the fourth grade at Lucia Wallace School. Mr. and Mrs. Backhaus have two children, Bradley, 8 years old and Lisa wiho is 6 years old. They are members of the Trinity Lutheran Church, and'live at 624 S. Harlan Street. Mr. and Mrt. Andrtw Mullen are new residents of Algona having moved here from the rural area. They are living at 110 E. Kennedy St. Mr. Mullen is an employee of Weidenhoffs. The Mullens <have 6 children that are all grown and they are members of the Christian Church. Mr. and Mrt. Rebtrt Poig«, Jr., moved to Algona July 22 from Mexico, Mo. Mr. Poage is employed with Tuloma Gas Co. The Poage's are residing ait the Trailer Court and are members of the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrt. Bill Phillip. recently moved to Algona from Fort Dodge. Mr. Phillips is an employee of Universal Mfg. Co. The Phillips live at 708 W. College and they have one boy, Matthew who is 9 months old. They are members of the Church of Christ. Mr. and Mrt. Jamas W*lton moved to Algona in July from Orange City, la. and are residing at 721 N. Woodworth. Mr. Welton is the Physical Education Ins. at the Algona Public School. The Welt- ons have four children, Nancy 11, Marsha 10, Linda 7. and Mike 2. Mr. and Mms v Welton and family are attending the Presbyterian Church. Mrt. Phylitt Struthert and five children have moved to Algona from the rural area and the children are Freddie 14, Phillip 11, Feliea 10, Starr 8, .and Sheila Renee, 5 Mrs. Strutlhers is a member of the Presbyterian Church. Newcomers to Algona are Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sill who have recenltly, moved to Algona from LuVerne. Mrs. Sill is from Whittemore. They ; are living at 717>/4 E. Call S^f and Mr. Sill is an employee for Seig Co. and Mrs. Sill is an employee for the Directory Service. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Graduates from Buena Vista Lakotu: Dnvid l,i\v, son til' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley received his B. A. (k'Kri-c at Kradualiiin cxciri.scs whii'h were held Saturday evonins, August 1!) at .the Buena, Vh'.la College at Storm • Liiki-. Iowa. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley Carolyn and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. T.ey. Terri Murra of Des Moines and Gary Berkland of Emnielsbnrg. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE! Swea - Eagle girl is given bridal skewer Swta E«glr — A pre-nuptial shower Was held for Petrea Thoreson at the Imman- ual Lutheran church, Swea City, Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Richard Seylar had the guest . book, and Mrs. Charles Schultz, Fairmont, Minn., arranged the gifts. 'Mrs. Elvin Swansorv announced the program and narrated the story, the theme of which was "Coat Hangers". Songs were sung by Mrs. Richard Olson, Molly Hazelhoff and Mrs. Richard Seylar, and accompanied by Mfrs. V. E. Hazelhoff. A skit was given by Julie Larsen and Heidi Thoreson. A poem was read by Mrs. Pam DeBoer. and Mrs. Walter Schmicking had devotions followed by group singing of a hymn, accompanied by Paulette Kracht. Julie Larsen and Heidci Thoreson assisted opening gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Thorsoa and Vivian, Mrs. Jim Kbons, Mrs. Lamont Johnson, Mrs. Wayne Thompson, Mrs. Waiter O'Green, Mrs. P. A. Holcomb. Mrs. Arthur Kracht, Mrs Reuben Holcomb, Mrs. Claude Johnson. 'Mrs. Elvin Swanson, Mrs. Roger Linde, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale and Cheryl, Mrs. Warren Thompson, Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mrs. Robert Simmonsmeier, Paulette Kracht, Mrs. Charles Schultz, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Walter Schmicking, Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Ellen Mather, Mrs. Everett Johnson and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Mrs. Herman Goetz, Mrs. Orville Hunks- meier and Mrs. Marvin Jum;- etrmeier, : ;all of Ledyard. ing from 12 to S p.m. Entries should be in by 12:30 ot or* o'clock. They will atoo h*vt i silver tea. Everyon* i* In* vited to ccfrie arid bring eX' hibite. ^ . ; The Thof Seivifs lad *n interesting experience recent* 1y when they were fiaWng it Lake Okoboji. Visiting with two young men from Nebra^ ka, Mrs. Selvig learned that she had been the teacher at Christian Day School in Denison, and (he student, Raymond Hollander, now 61 Omaha was one of her pupils. This was in 1931 and 1932. Mr. Hollander is now a meatcut- ter.in Omaha and the fathev of five children. John Dale, who has 1 been a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, since he wins severely burned Aug. 12, was taken to Minneapolis Veterans Hospital Aug. 22. His to- ter, Alma Dale, lives in St. Paul. Mrs. W. G. Cooper attend* ed a bridal shower for her granddaughter, Gloria Cody, Tuesday night at Dr. Warren's, Humboldt. Servicemen Mirtyn L. H«im*r« (M0670) -VIETNAM (FHT- NC) Aug. 21—Marine Lance Corporal Marlyn L. Heimers, 312 Lowe St., Algona is in Vietnam serving with Headquarters and Service Company, First Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment of the Third Marine Division. His company directs and coordinates the operations of the infantry battalion, and provides the facilities with which the battalion commander controls his unit. The company also provides supporting weapons fire, including anti-tank defense for. the battalion. The unit is also engaged in a civic action program designed to assist the Vietnamese people, in completing self-help projects such as the building of wells, culverts, small bridges and schools. Ottwen woman returns home from Norway OttoMn — Mrs. Donald Usher returned home from Norway a weei; ago Wednesday night. She accompanied her brother-in-law and sister,, the Wilbur Stones, Rochester, N. Y. They traveled by piano, spending three weeks in Bergen and the surrounding area. They visited three aunts ( two cousins and took a four day bus tour. BACK FROM VIET NAM A/2C Marvin Lee, Stratford. son of the Alf Lees, grandson of Eugene Hofiuses and Mrs. t Olinna Vinaas, returned a week ago Monday from Viet Nam, after a year of duty there. That night the Alf Lees had dinner at Treloars for the Lees 25th wedding. A/2C Lee was selected as air force missile maintenance man for July in Viet Nam. He spent a week in the Phillippin- es before coming home "(or schooling in his field. After 40 days furlough he will bs stationed at Su,f!fblk A. K. Base in New York. CHURCH IS PAINTED United Presbyterian Women painted the interior of the chtfrch, the classroom and the entry way last week Tuesday, Wednesday afternoon and Thursday. The ceilings are off-white, the rostrum rose, and the walls aqua. The women who couldn't paint prepared the dinner and lunch for those who painted. Roy Tolford also helped paint. Wesley Viola Studer eral days over the weekend at their son Craig Loeb4g'«, Hopkins, Minn. They also attended! the Minnesota state three (grandchildren, Steve', Ann arid Dean Walker, spent several days last week in her cottage at Spirit Lake. They attended Skin of Teeth, at the summejr theater at Okoboji. Steve attend leaves Saturday for Winonp, Minn., where he will St. Mary's college for his freshman year. The closed expec Mrs Brook city swimming pot>! Sunday, so now we can warmer weather! Jim Rancy and Mark, ngs, S. D., came Friday fdr a week at the parent* al, DJr.. H. H. Raney's and Cliff Anfinson's. Her husband will come for them this next weekend. The N. .1. Mcurers, Plover, were .Sunday guests of Mrs. Jo Meuer and Jim. Diana Jongewaard, daughter Of' the Dr. R. E. Jonge- waards left Friday for a weekl with friends in Colorado ; Springs, Colo. She will begirt tier freshman year at Trinity college at Deerfield, 111., Sept. 10. The Maurice Krebsbachs, Algona, visited the parental, Mrs. Gtadine Miller's Sunday. The David Kleins spent the weekend with his parents, the LcRoy Kleins, Spirit Lake. The Ivan Johnsons attended the funeral of Mrs. Ruth ! Ricke's mother, Mrs. Lilly Vaughn, at Ogden Saturday. Mrs. Jcanctte Olson, Sa<n Diego, Calif., came August 25 to visit friends here. She is a guest of Mrs. Sara Raney. She and her late husband Gerhard Olson were former Wesley residents. Mrs. Olson will visit relatives in Waterloo. also call customers, he said, to ifistruct them about the new Service* . Direct dialing will be the climax of. a $'120,000 improvement program Northwestern Bell began for Lakota three years ago. The Lakota telephone building was tripled in size, new customer information services were added, and greatly improved rural telephone service was introduced in October of 1966. Attmd ASGS rnttt in Dti Moines Richard I. Anderson, chairman, Donald J. Bollig, and George W. Wolf, members of the Kossuth A.S.C.S. Committee; Curtis P. Haahr, office manager; Nelda Stccnhard and Evelyn Ollom clerical program specialists arc attending the annual ASCS State Conference in Des Moines this Weclnuscfay Thursday, and Friday. their daughter arid son in law. Pte. and Mrs. Virgil L. WoM. Me is with the U, S. Army at Camp Cafson* Colorado. While there they visited other points of interest including Pikes Peak* Denver, Greeley and Cripple Creek, Colorado. The Afeftna (l**i) highlight of the visit was Seeing the "Pike* Peak of Bust" rodeo which starred 2 fttftotis characters of TV'S "Chili- smoke". Doc and Festus. Riedtl* return from Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rio- del and daughter Bc'ltie have recently returned from a 10- day trip to Cc'.orado Springy, Colorado where they visited given at Bode for August bride Bod* — A shower for Kathleen Williams was held at the St. Olaf Lutheran church parlors Aug. 12. She is a daughter of the Oscar Williams, and will marry Chad Cooper, son of the A. H. Coopers, Traer, in St. Olaf Lutheran church, Sunday, August 27. Mrs. Stella Heggen had the program and introduced the guests of honor, Kathleen, Mrs. Oscar Williams, Mrs. Cooper and her sister, Mrs. Adreinne Delfs. Mrs. Lynn DeWinter had the guest book. Melody Hanson gave a reading and Marilyn Olson played a flute solo. Beverly Fiderlick and Adreinne Delfs assisted with the gifts. Mrs, Joyce Roemheldt and Marie Wilson poured at the tea- table. Hostesses were Agnes Bearge, Marie Wilson, Monica Bekndorf, Muriel Jacobson, Stella Heggen, Hilda Lansing, Esther Malmin, Benny Olson, Irene Hanson, Hazel Olson, Doris Chantland, Nola Nielsen, Vina .Rossing, Elsie Hankins, Ruth Jacobson, Frances Oppedall, Ellen Kinseth, Winifred Hanson, Florence Ruiz, Dorothy Fiderlick, Pauline Hotden, Sylvia Bruvik, Margaret Rood. DATE FLOWER SHOW The Ladies Rural club will have their annual flower end hobby show September 7 at the Commercial Club build- HELPS FRESHMEN Vicki McGuire of West Bend will be among 200 Tuckpointers at Clarke college, Dubuque, to help ac- . . ^ -!«- JJ0J. The H. E. Hemmingsenx and *hcir daughter, Mrs. C. J. Wilson and son John, Belmpnd, attended the wedding in West Des Moines, Saturday of Mrs. Hemmingsen's nephew Bob Walker to Cindy Miller. The Elmer Doughans and Arndorfers attended the state fair at Des Moines Sai- their name < from •< the build-, i ing trade, Tuokpointers J'ce-' ment" relations between Clarke and new students and orient them socially to campus life. She is a daughter of the William M. McGuires and a graduate of Garrigan high school in Algona. She is a sophomore at Clarke. . THE ADVANCS SENDS YOUR WANT AD TO 5,000 KOSSUTH-HOMES ;. The John Sheppards and 5 of their 8 children, San Bernardino, Calif., spent several days over the weekend with relatives here. Mrs. Sheppard is the former "Rita Wingert, a sister of Mrs. Eileen Johnson and Lou Wingert, Buffalo Center. They visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Wingert, a resident at a rest home in Buffalo Center. Helen Lickteig, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at the parental , Al Lichteig's. the Bill Loebigs spent sev- Lakota to dial direct in October Direct dialing of long distance calls will come to Lakota on Sunday, October 1. John Claude, Northwestern Bell manager, announced that Lakota telephone users will tae able to dial their own long distance calls to millions of telephones across the United States and Canada. With direct distance dialing, the caller .dials "1", an area code if it -is* different than hi p own (515), then the distant number. An operator will come on the .line briefly to ask for" the cal- .ler's telephone number.' Calls can be completed in just over 20 se 'onds: .. Callers aroun'd the country have been able to dial directly to Lakota telephones since October of last year when Northwestern Bell introduced seven- digit telephone numbers. i Claude said that Northwestern Bell would mail complete instruction before introducing direct dialing. 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