Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 18, 1967
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Bode, LuVerne pair »arried August 26 tMSM^MMrWwMAMirWMrV^^ Marsha Louise Bjornton, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Bjornson of Bode, and the late Bernie L. Bjornson, and Dennis Lee Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will, LuVerne, were married at 3 p.m., Aug. 26, at St. Olaf's Lutheran Church at Bode. Pastor Norman V. Johnson of* fitiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her untie, Donald Bjornson of Humboldt, brotlv er of the bride's late father. Marilyn Zemam, Bradgate, was Matron of Honor. Mrs. Jack Con]on, Bode, second cousin of the bride, was 'bridesmaid. Christie Ann Pisel, of Camanche, niece of the bride was the flower girl. Candlelighiters were Becky Bulldog SALE Engaged St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Ruth Ann to Carroll Louis Primrose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Primrose, of Shellsburg. high school, Algona, and of the Academy cf Automotion, This WMk ii filled with preparations for Homecoming. Bach class is busy getting its display ready and the student council is working hard on the gym. Boys are asking themselves who they should ask to the dance and girls are anxiously awaiting a phone call. The schedule for Thursday and Friday is below. It's subject to mlndr time changes. Thursday—7:30 p.m. Pep 181 register at Marlow reunion at Lone Reek Lone Rock — An annual Marlow reunion was held meeting in high school gym. Sept. 10 at the Lone Rock Leg- .Following the pep meeting ion hall with 181 registering, is the snake dance to the field Mildred Retz, Manchester and for the rally and burning of Bernard Kramer, Fenton. and Rlandy Will, brother of the groom. ; Gene Will, LuVerne, cousin of the bridegroom, was. best nun. Duane Will, LuVerne, • brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ronnie Holland, Humboldt, was ring bearer. Ushers were Dale Peterson, of Algona, Ron Sorlien, Bode, Earl Will, LuVerne, and Mike Will, Des Moines. A reception was held in the church dining room. The cako was cut by Mrs. Donald Bjornson, Humboldt, and Mrs. Richard Forbes, Ft. Dodge Mrs. Raymond Holland, Humboldt, and Mrs. Richard Voss, Eagle Grove, poured coffee. Punch was served 'by Mrs. Don Pisel, Oamanche, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Tom Filloon, Ft. Dodge. Soloist was Dale Vige, accompanied by 'Mrs. David Engel. Mrs. Henry Olson, Bode, and Mrs. Edwin Bjornson, Ft. Dodge, were dining room host and 'hostess. Elaine Sor- lein and Joyce Lurkens, both of Bode, opened gifts. Nancy Cran, Humboldt, had the •guest book. After a trip to the Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., they are living in Cedar Falls, where he is employed with Calhoun Mfg. Guests were present from Bode, LuVerne, Ft. Dodge, Livermore, Humboldlt.,, Algona, Ottosen, Woolstock," >?Des Moines, Eagle Grove,b Webster City, Camandhe, and Rockwell City. HOME FROM TRIP The Bill Reeds have returned from a 7000 mile trip in western and northern states. They visited his brother in Los Angeles Veterans hospital. He had not seen: him for 39 years. They also visited other relatives and interesting places in southern California. They went through the California Redwoods to Richfield and Olymphia, Wash., where they visited friends. Enroute home they visited Yellowstone Park. Bode college students leave for studies Bode — Geri Vedvik is now enrolled as a student nursn at Methodist hospital school of nursing in Des Moines. She is a 1967 graduate of Twin Rivers high school, daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Vedvik. Kay Selvig, daughter of the Leroy Selvigs, .is a freshman at Mankato State college, Mankato, Minn. Carlene Hanson,. daughter of the Carl Hansons, Twin Rivers 1967 graduate, is en- Tolled at Wartburg, Waverly. Kirk Holland, son of the Keith Rollands is enrolled at Mason City Jr. College. Roberta Holland, daughter of the Norman Rollands, is a freshmen at Luther college, Decorah. Mary Lou Olson, daughter of the Ronald Olsons, is enrolled at A.I.B. college in Des Moines. David Hoyt, son of the Clarence Hoyts, is enrolled at Ames. Jack Knudson, son of the Jake Knudsons, is a freshman at Iowa City. Melody Hanson, daughter of the Royal Hansons, has returned to Cedar Falls, where she is a senior. ' The Walter Bakkens, Ralph Larsons and Mrs. Hilda Enger went to Brookin.gs, S. D., last weekend for the funeral for Mrs. Enger's brother. •Mrs. Ronald Olson returned Sunday after two weeks with her daughters Jane and Mary Lou in Des Moines, and the Anjje Wigwis and girls, in ed by Collins Radio, Cedar Rapids. He is employed by Wilson and Co., in Cedar Rapids. The wedding is planned for November 18 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Joe. Algona (Iowa) Advance—5 MONDAY, SEPT. 18,1967 Iowa City. Labor Day weekend Mr. Olson and Bert Gardner, Gowrie, with Jane and Mary Lou and Mrs. Olson, . visited in Davenport, and the Wigans in Iowa City. Mrs. Syneva Dale had a birthday Sept. 12 and a number of her friends spent the afternoon with her. Mrs. Albert Helke and daughter and the Gene Helles, Dakota City, were evening callers. Art Mcnsen is a patient in Rochester, Minn., hospital. Mrs. Jo Mathiason is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sophia Engstrom, Mrs. Gary Kraft and Michael, the Vernon Tompkins and Marlyee attended the wedding fo Kathy Satern, youngeit daughter of the Maynard S'aterns, former Bods residents, at LeRoy, Minn., Saturday. Friday guests of the Vernon Tompkins for Marlyee's birthday were Mrs. Sophia Eng- dtrom, r .Mrs. Jerry Hawkins, "'•Bale 3 f Fre'derick and the Gary Krafts,.-Mark^Te^ and Mich- - ael. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually have returned after two weeks at Lutsen, Minn., on north Shore, Lake Superior. They sipent the: weekend at their son, the Robert Hansons, and daughter, the Arnie Sor- leins, in Eau Claire, Wis. The Quallys also, visited his sister, Inga Qually, in Rochester, the dummy. Friday—1:30 p.m. Judging the displays; 3:15 p.m. Parade of the queen candidates and ithe bands; 7:30 p.m. —Crown- inlg of the queen; 8:00 p.m. Game wifth Clarion; 10:00 p.m. Dance. AHS I would like to correct a mistake in last weeks column. "The Double Image" played at the Legion dance, not "The Keepers" as stated. AHS Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept 15-17, the two home ep: teachers, Mrs. Nettleton .tand Mrs. Sowers, accompanr ied a group of girls to a national home economics exposition in Madison, Wisconsin. The girls learned interesting food facts and enjoyed the sights of Madison. AHS The junior high held cheerleading try-outs last Tuesday in the auditorium. Those making the squad are: Jeanie Dau, Lori Herbst, Lisa Peter, and Sandi Faulstick, with Jackie Taylor and Marleen Morz, as alternates. AHS The Bulldogs played their first game of the season last Friday against Emmetsburg. The marching band performed at the half under the direction of Mr. Guster and Mr. Castle. AHS Presfdont Next year's reunion will be held at Wilmar, Minn., with the Marlows from South Dakota as hosts. Towns other than Lone Rock represented were Burt, Fenton, Bancroft, New Hampton, LuVerne, Dubuque, Davanport, Manchester, BeHtendorf, Redfield, S. D. Ch'okio, Hibbing, Minn., Fort Wayne, Ind., Mil'lard, Neb., Easton, Minn. Seneca Mrs. Henry Loefft Mrs. Gladys Smith was recently honored at a coffee party ,at her home. The self invited guests included Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Ella Newell, Mrs. Clayton Wolff, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Lyle Newell,. and Mrs. Emil Frank. Mrs. Smith and sons recently moved into the farm hove vacated by the Robert Rice family. The Sig Loge family Donnelly, Minn, visited recently at Edna Johannesen's and with other friends in this area. Odd Oftedahl, Two Harbors, 'Minn., came last Monday overnight at his brother, the Olaf Oftedahl's. He was enroute to Texas. The Alva Burts, Armstrong, were Sunday afternoon callers at Robert Burl's. Mrs. Gordon Burt and children accompanied by the former's aunt, Mrs. Edna Stors, Spencer, visited Thursday to Sunday with Mrs, Burl's mother, Mrs. Clifford Smith, Des Moines. The Henry Loofts spent the weekend with, their son, the Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn. Tomato Mr. and Mrs. Austin Saunders, Manilla, nursed a tomato plant brought to them from Atlanta early last spring and it how stands over nine feet tall. Orphan Sunny "Snowball", a pet ca,t of the Marvin Grouette family, Mason City, took on a little bunny which was orphaned last month and has been caring for it.along with her own little kittens. Although the bunny had been injured, Snowball is looking out for its total welfare and it is thriving with her care. HOMEMAKERS TO MEET The Fenton Township Farm •Bureau Homemakers dub will meet with Mrs. Henry Schroeder Sept. 15 at 2 p.m., with Mrs. Clair Bollinger assisting. Speaker will be Mrs. Joseph Skow, Wesley and u ; lesson on music & recreation will be given by Mrs. Harold Holmgren. An invitation is extended to anyone interested in the Farm Bureau woman's program and extension lesson, also to the social hour following. Guests of the Merwin Marlows over the weekend were the Walt Marlows, Hibbing, Dennis Marlows, Clokio, Minn. Merrill Marlow, Millard and family, and the Kearn 'Marlows, Humboldt. RETREAT IS DATED The Presbyterian Woman's Retreat will be held Sept. 16 and 17 at Blake's Grove camp, Aokley. The Youth Rally will be held at Fort Dodge next ; Phyl., Moulfon Sunday, beginning at 2:30 p,m. , ed over the "prospective ' lenofe circle will meet Wed- member's of Pep Club last nesday, Sept. 20 instead of week. Uniforms were discuss- Thursday, ed. An idea of red and white striped vests was brought up but no final decision was made. Also the new rules were made clear to the students so they could decide if they would want to join. Algona Former wed at Ionia church girl Sheryl Lee Lindhorst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lindhorst, Ionia, formerly of Algona, and Leon I. Wait, son of Mrs. Mildred Wait .and the late Clark Wait, Nashua, were married Sept. 17 at 2 p.m. at the Republic Community church, Ionia. Rev. Bill Griffee assisted by Rev. H. Grossoehme officiated. Barbara Head accompanied Kay Krueger, soloist. Maid of honor was Patricia . Sargeant, Waverly. Bridesmaid was Linda Wait, Mason City. Shelia Pahmsch, was flower girl. Richard Hansen, Nashua, was best man. Groomsman was Charles Skillen, Marsfield, Mo. Ring bearer was Sheldon Pahnisck. Ushers were James Lindhorst, Algona, uncle of the bride and Norman Barber, AlgwiH, Richard .Palnisch, Nashua, James Zob&l, Charles City. A reception was 'held in the church for ISO 1 guests. Mrs. James Lindhorst, Algona, and Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt, Whittemore, aunts of the bride, cut Wie cake. Mrs. Richard Pahnisch, Nashua and Mrs. James Ziobel, Charles City poured punch and coffee. Mrs. Norman Barber, Mrs, John Christenson, Kristel Simmons, Janice Longhorn, Pam Carney and Mrs. Richard Hansen , were waitresses. Joleen Lindlhorst had the guest book. She is a 1967 graduate of New Hampton high school and is employed as a secretary at Dr. Salisbury Labora- itories in Charles Ca,ty. He graduated from the Nashua high school in 1964 and is farming. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks, they will live on a farm east of Nashua. The Roger Frinks have o daughter, 7 Ibs 5 ozs. and has been named Shawna Lynne. She was born Sept. 3 and has a sister Tarra at home.. Maternal and paternal grandparents are the William Knolls, Lone Rock, and the Fred Prinks, Whittemore. Saturday night guests at Robert Marlow's were the Vern Marlows, Redfield, S. D. The Leo Schmidts spent Wednesday at Rochester. Linda Kracht is staying at the Schmidts. Her mother, Mrs. Nina Kracht entered the hospital in Estherville a week ago Wednesday. Weekend guests at Dell MaUiow's were the Ralph Smiths, Davenport. Richard Dallman's, New Hampton, Marilyn Bausmans, Dulbuque. The Dewey Larsons spent 'a few days in northern Minnesota. They visited Mrs. Larson's brother in law, Leo Walters, Princeton, Minn., her sister, Mrs. Willard Sanford, MiJaca, and her cousins hi Storedon, Currie Dovery, and West Brook. Mrs. Alice Bierlc's brother and wife, the Robert Murrays, Los Angeles, Calif., were here visiting friends and relatives. The Howard Bierstedte spent two weeks with Mrs. Bierstedt's parents of Sacramento, Calif. The Delmar •Brights, Dawson Creek British Columbia, also visited the Alfred Muirs. The Howard Bierstedts flew to Inglewood and visited the Harold Bier- stedts, former Fenton residents. Denise and Dennis Dazn- mann spent the weekend with their grandparents, the Leslie Baxters. The Baxters were Sunday guests of the Harold Dammanns, Emmetsburg, and Monday at Pale Baxters, Algona. Thursday night guests of the Leslie Baxters were the Leo Schmidts and Gus Krauses. The Kermit Kruegers, Forest Lake, Minn, were weekend guests at A. A. Kruegers. Sunday guests were the Melvin Meyers, Swea City. The E. A. Lees gave a dinner for their son Mike before itis leaving for college last week. Guests were Mrs. Pauline Mc<ruire, Algona, the Raymond Neswolds, Britt, Alf Kruegers, Melvin Meyers, Swea City; Dale Schroeders and Susan. 9 p. in. to 11 p. WILD PRICES-SAVE UP TO 70% WEDNESDAY Sofa Pillows '1, LUXURIOUS COLORS VALUES TO $4.98 BEDROOM or BATHROOM Nylon Carpet • Washable Cut Pile • SAVE 30% 19 88 - $ 29 Odd Table Lamps $ 5.00 PICTURES - PLAQUES MURALS - FABRIC HANGS Yoiir Choice Each Sofas or Sofa Beds Flexsteel Sofas 9. S-F...T: All Nylon Brown or Blue • All Rubber Cushion • Reg. $229.95 Early America Sofas • Maple! Trim a) Excellent Cover • Reg. $289.95 158 Card Table Set • 4 Chairs A Table • Bridge Site • Regular $41.99 $ Extra Long Sofas • Selig 3-Cushion Top Covering • Design Cover • Pog. $339 198 Nylon Sofa Beds $ Brown • Modern All Coil Spring Regular $99.88 68 26.88 Jumbo Sofa Beds • Scaly • Olive Floral $ • Modern Walnut Trim • Reg. $159.95 128 Traditional Sofa 2-Piece WALNUT Bedroom Suite • Large Double Dresser • Mirror • Panel Bed • Regular $227.98 $ • Top Mattress Covering • 3-Cushion Olive or Gold • Reg. $329.95 198" 168.88 Solid Walnut Desk • Home Siie 9 Two File Drawers • Reg. $134.95 High Back Rockers $70 • Top Covert • Loose Cushion Seats I ^^ • Reg. S119.95 MAPLE or WALNUT End Tables and Coffee Small Occasional Chairs $7 ft 8 * Tables • Modern and Traditional • R*g. $89.95 J V Pole & Tree Lamps $1488 _ tu.i M. m a ~. D._ C44 OC A. CIO OC • ^^BI • Formica Tops • Values to $39.98 • Walnut A Brass • Reg. $24.95 A $29.95 14.88 Used! Specials • DINETTE SET, table & 4 chairs $17,88 • SOFA AND CHAIR, Green $19.88 • HIGH BACK PATCHWORK CHAIR & OTTOMAN $25,00 OPEN 9 to 11 p. m, FURNITURE WATSON TNTERIORS CALL 294.221*

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