Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
Page 18
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To Mo rry Not ONE.. but TWO r«a«ons fot visiting KEN'S AUTO SERVICE Thursday, fept* 14 (\f Ledyard— Mr. and Mrs. L. Egcsdal announce the approaching mafrjage of their < daughter Linda Lace, to Roger D. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson of Lakota, An October 8 wedding is being planned. SWM City: Mr. and Mrs. Lo-' well Roberts of S\voa City an- , nouncc tlir cnca^rmrnt of their dauRhtrr. Katlilrrn Lynn.' to Lowell Lynn .Irnsrn of Swra City. Miss Robrrls . iind .Iritsrn are graduates of Swca City High School, lie is farming with his father. An October 14th wedding is being planned, 8—Algona (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1967 Ex-Kossuth pair observe 40th wedding The Clayton T. Johnsons had their 40th wedding Sept. 10 With a dinner honoring •the Ronney Puitzes, Fairbault, Minn. Mrs, Putz is a twin sister of Mrs. Johnson and was bridesmaid at her sisters wedding, and for the George LeRoy Johnsons, W a 11 h a m, Minn., brother of Mr. Johnson, who was his best man. Also amending were their daughter, the Robert Geickc;, Pomerory, Victor Applegates, Ames, Edward Horaks, Elmer Cases and Kenneth Messerlys, •all of Foirt Dodge. Inez E. Dexter, formerly of Burl, and Clayton T. Johnson, formerly of Sexton, were married Sept. 10, 1927, with the late Rov. H. E. Whyte, Methodist minister officiating. They have three children, Clayton, Jr.; Larry Dean and Cheryl Elizabeth. The boys and their families will not be able to be home for their anniversary. Clayton Junior, a data systems chief senior is in ihe Navy in the Vietnam area. •His wife, Patricia, and two sons, Theodore Ray and Micheal Jay, arc living in St. Augustine, Fla. Larry Dean, a deputy sheriff of Contra Costa county, California, and his wife Margaret and children, Kevin, Kelly and Kent live in Concord, Calif. The daughter, Cheryl and her husband Robert Geick, Steven, Janan and Lynn, live on a farm near Pomerory. The Robert Geicks recently had as guests for her parents, members of their 500 club and their Pinochle club, Fort Dodge. A short program was given by Mrs. Horak. A 40th wedding cake was served. The Robert Geicks also had as guests members of their CLC club, Fort Dodge. Other guests were the John Geicks, Pomerory, and Lew Hanks, Fort Dodge. A short program was given by Mrs. Geick, and a 40th wedding cake served. (Labor Day the JWhn&ons had as guests the Victor Ap- plegates, Ames, Lyle Harrises, Emmery Stahjes, Edward Hoi-alts, Fort Dodge. They spent most of their married life on a farm but have lived in Fort Dodge seven years. He is employed as g guard at tjie seletex plant and Mrs. Johnson has been a baby and Ch|idjren sitter for many years and is presently at the WOliiJn FyJler, Jr. home. GRAND OPENING '68 Plymouth Showing YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, SEPT. 14 9 A.M. • 9 P.M. FREE REFRESHMENTS • FAVORS FOR ALL • COOKIES COFFEE IT'S COMING — THE 1968 PLYMOUTH TO KEN'S AUTO SERVICE IN ALOONA . . . and in conjunction with our big now ear showing Thursday of thl« wook, wo aro ttaging our Grand Opening of our now building which was completed *a fow month* ago. Frao door pritot and rofrothmonts. Como out to too Kan Wohripan and all the gang this wookond. Announcing Plymouth's Brand New '68 Car! RUNNER Plymouth Road Runner And we kept the frills to a minimum so wo could do same with the price! See the 7968 Plymouth THURSDAY at... AUTO SERVICE NORTH MAIN ALOONA *MWPIIBW MAM

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