Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 17
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both of Albert Lea, ahd Eileen Unsey, Wiffedt* were bridesmaids, beflise Ramus, niece of the bHdc w.» ftower . Mrs Dave Weber, Lono k, w» the bride's personal r/On Tor rceagan Linda Ram us married Lone Rock — At the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Aug. 26 Linda Sue Ramus am! Dr. Thomas G. Lang wen; married. Parents are the Leo Ramuses, Lone Rock, and Walter Lang, Glenville, Minn. Rev. Gilbert Bullock performed the double ring ceremony. Organist was Judy Klratf.l and soloist was Eileen Linsay. ' Sylvia Thompson, Albert Lea, was maid of honor, Sue HAY-FEVER SINUS Sufferers Htr«'» goad ncwi for youl ExSuiiv* n«w "hard car*" SYNA- CLEAR Decongeitant tabltlr act'Initantly ,am1 contlnuowly t» drain and clear all nasal-tinut cavititi. On* "hard eer»" tiblat givei up la 8 houn relief from pain end prinur* ef congiiflM. Allowi you IB farialh* catily—ilept watery «y«« and runny now. YOJ can buy SYNA-CUAR al your fovorjlindrug ctunlw, without need for a prescription. Satitfactlqn ^uarontttd by maker. Try il today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out thii nd—take lo a drug itere. •urchaw en* pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12'« and receive on* mar* SYNA-CIEAR 12 Pack Fro*. HONSBRUCH DRUG Jtttt Lingi bf other of the groom, Mankalo, was best tntin. Groomsmen were Tim Lang, brother of tne grown, Green Bay, Wis., John Rainus, Newton, attd Larry Humus, brothers of the bride. Randy Ramus, nephew of the bride Was ring bearer. Ushers were Neal Lang, Albert Lea, Rich* ard Moore, Altoona. A reception for 250 was held in the church following the ceremony. They were greeted by Evelyn Alexander, Algona and Loretta Bay, Fairmont, had the guest book. The Alton Krikavas, Albert Lea; and Art Priebes Were hosts. Janell Newbrough poured punch. Donna Lang and Irma Dee Moore, aunts of the bride, cut the 4 tiered cake. Kay Gcitzenauer and Mrs. Thehna Halsrud poured. Lenore circle served with Peggy Pettit, Inez Hannover, Linda Knoll, Rennae Vottel, Shirley Shafer waitresses. In charge of gifts were Violet and Roxanne Lang, Janice and Deanne Ramus. , She is a graduate of Sentral high school and DeLyles Academy of Beauty Culture, Fairmont. He is a graduate of Glenville high school and the university of Minnesota and is now practicing veterinary medicine at Clarks Grove, v Minn. . After a wedding trip through Colorado! They are living in Clarks Grove. WILL BE MARRIED The engagement of Linda Mae Knoll and Roger H. Tjarks; son of the Herman Tjarks, Titonka, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, the W. M. Knolls, Lone Rock. She is a graduate of LaJames College of Hairstyling in Mason City, and is now working at the. Artistic Beauty Salon in Ames. He is a graduate of Waldorf college, Forest City, and is attending Iowa State university at Ames. A November ^wedding is being planned/ The Wayne Bellingers and Judy and Carol and Michael Tietz, Fenton, spent Saturday and Sunday with the Bill El- ward Flynn, pastof of St. Michael's chjfch, ftette Baltic, celebrated his goldefl jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood in Belle Plaine Sept. 3. Among those present were his brother, Father Louis, Nashua and his sister, Sf. Mary Pierre, Chicago, who is also celebrating her 50th year of her vocation. , TWO TO OUADUATI Two front K&*suth will |ri- duite Sunday at the Afrteri* can Institute of Business ill Des Moilnes. Richard M. Bifr He, Lone Rock, will be award: ed a diploma in higher a'c* counting and automation, tfnd Francie Zeigler, Algona, wit! receive a diploma in junior secretarial. • Mytr» Pumpt R. J. FINK Plvnbing & Healing 119 S. Dodg. Algona, lew* Phont 995-3234 ROYAL A. MOLD, left, Algona, Kossuth County Republican Finance Chairman, and Oliver S Carlson, center, Algona, 6th District Finance Chairman, discuss plans for Iowa Republican Party's "Dinner with Ronald Reayan." ,to be held in Des Moines. Oct. 25. with T, Cooper Evans (R), Grundy Center, chairman of the $100-a-plate fund raising event. Party finances — how the money is raised and how it is spent — were discussed at a statewide- finance meeting in Des Moines, Sept. 13. mum mwiniHmmimiiimiiiitHiii NiiiiliNHiiiHiiwniiHMiiii ............. „.,„„ ...... m .......... , ...... , ..... . .............. M m ......... -••«••« ...... '"»"•»' .......... •""""• ............. " berts, Ankeny. They also visited Willie Kruse at the Vet. erans hospital in Des Moines. He was to be released Manr day. •Mrs. Milton Marlow had her birthday club last Monday. At 500 Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt had high, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell, low, Mrs. Lyle Marlow -travel. Mrs. A. A. Salisbury, Burt, and Mrs. William Marlow were guests. Dawn Schultz was here for a weekend visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Schultz,, and her grandfather, .Mr. Fred Schultz, who was mov-. ed recently from the hospital in Estherville to the rest 'home in Bancroft. Guests at Georgia Marlow's anid Del Marlow's last weekend were the Ben Marlows; Redfield, S. D. The A. A. Kruegers and- Mike Lee spent Friday at Ronald Christenson's, Belgrade. They were guests that Weekend at Ernest Jensen's in Hackensack, Minn. The Pat Myers, guests. Corwith, were also AOV/CfeTlS£ The Morse 280 Acre Farm Will Be Sold at Public at the premises Wednesday, Oct 11 1967 2:00 p.m. Size and Location 280 Acres of Brat Quality Land, located six miles east of Esther- vllle on north side of paved Highway No. 9. 12 miles west of Armstrong. Improvements Urge Modern 4-bedroom House; Bam 36-rt. x 60-ft.; Cattle Shed 30-lt x 90-ft; Granary 28-ft. x 40-fI.; Hog House 20-ft. x 36-ft.i Machine Shed 3fl.fl. x 60-ft.; Garage. Bin Capacity, 20,000 bu.; Cattle Capacity, 200 per year; Hog Capacity, 600 per year. Nu- meroua other buildings, all in excellent condition. Type of Soil Webster and Clarion Loam. Well drained. A.S.C, Rating TOs (arm has a top Emmet County A.S.C. Yield Rating. Corn base 128 acres. Conserving base 27 acres, Legal Description The West Half of the Northeast Quarter and the Southeast Quarter ot Section Twelve (12),.Township Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-three (33), Emmet County, Iowa, and all that part of the West Half of Section Seven (7), Township Ninety-nine (99), Range Thirty-two (32), Emmet County, Iowa, lying west of the center of the open ditch of Drainage District No. 7 In Emmet County, Iowa. > Terms Possession Merchantable Title Brokers in-; of the .amount bid will be paid by purchaser Al lime of final settlement, subject to tenant's lease Sellcre will convey a merchantable title ot time of A fre of $200.00 will be paid lo the broker ii • ui mi nmouni UKI.HIII u. iwu Ji .. , ,™f final settlement Sellers will pay 1967 taxes and registering the buyer wlUi the attorneys be. on dale of suli.-. a.lance on or before Dec. 15,1%7. which expires on March 1, 1968. assessments. fore sate. t financing available on this farm from insurance companies and lending agencieit. for further information, iff 4tUtrneyi. AUCTIONEERS Glair Clark Lloyd Clark OWNERS Winifred E. Morse John H. Morse Olive Boice ATTORNEYS Fitegibhons Brothers Eslherville, Iowa AUCTIONEERS' NOTE; During recent yeajv we have auctioned over 20,000 acres of |«ud. We h»ve sever bad a belter iann lo offer than Uie ' Mone f»rui. — GO AIRLINES Young men and women, high school gi.ads, 17 to 38. Write for information about out training in Communications, Passenger Service, Reservations, Ticketing Operations, Hostess, etc. Train now without interfering with your present occupation. Airline employees enjoy good pay, travel ipasses, many fringe benefits. Airline expansion creating new jobs. Many vacancies due to marriages, etc. Mail Coupon TODAY. No Obligation. UNIVERSAL AIRLINES PERSONNEL SCHOOLS Dept. 947 International Airport Br., Miami, Fla. 33148 Name Age Address Phone City State Zip GRAIN DRYING TIME IS NEAR /r^x , , •/•—-t -^ij* _ FOR THE MOST EFFICIENT DRYING OF GRAIN LP GAS CAN'T BE BEAT! YOU CAN DEPEND ON NORTH CENTRAL FOR PROMPT WORRY- FREE SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK! Available in 500 & 1000 Gal. Tanks. CALL US TODAY! • ALGONA ** A Complete JuPAnd Natural GAS Service NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Where Service is more than a Name' AUGO'NA IOWA v^fr PHQNg 29§,?4I4

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