Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 25, 1967 · Page 7
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tab tuple return after Alula visit •re mwnbew of fit (M Lutheran chufch of Bode. They hate 14 grandchaidrm. fMJIt^H fjj^^u^ j I^A^^^y^^^^ jsaj^j iaf mn tfomauns) ana Dean, Ponca Clttr, Okla., Halted Tuesday to Saturday w*th hto parents, the Torger Johnson*, Before returning home {** ft*j JohntgM viaMed Ida '/. MQwiafj ^he , Bdward John* The Norman Roll- sons, Siou* CM*, audit returned last weekend Mrs. Anna Hanson, mother from a visit with their dattgh* of Ait Hawwi, Bode, will ter, the John niverumt, Fair- have her 92 birthday Septenv banks, Alaska. Mr. Hverurn ber 28 She tt a reHdent of is stationed in Fairbanks wMh the U S. air force, and Mrs. the Humboldt Health Center. Pete Eape is a medical pa< Elverum teaches there. The tient At Lutheran hospital. Hollands drove to Miftneapo- The Arnold Bakkens, Seat* to, and visited a cousin, the tie, Wash., are visiting athis Berdett Nygaards, and left slater, the Harold Skaugateds there by train for Seattle * ' ' ' " " where they took a plane to Alaska. Tftey saw damage from the recent flood in Fairbanks, but not at the air base where the Elverums live. En- route home the Hollands visited friends in Seattle and the parents of John Elverum, .the Mffllbrd Elverums, Fair- batilt, Miim, 40th WEDDING The Lawrence Abens, Humboldt, had thetir 40th wedding Sept. 24. They plan to spend the day with their Immediate family and close friends and attend St. Olaf Lutheran church in a group followed by a family dinner and reception in the afternoon. Their children, are Kenneth, Hum- boddt, Howard, Osage, Yvonne, Mrs. Gerald Noah, DCS Moine*. and Mary Lee, Mn. Roger Collins, Humboldt. Edna Saathoff, daughter of the Reak Seathoffs, was mar : ried to Lawrence Abens by the Rev. John G. Baermann alt Lizard Creek, Palmer. They and with other relatives. Mrs. Peart 'Barber was a Sunday guest at William Meyer's in Whittemore. Mn. Bob Cash and Mrs, Leona Parks of Ventura were guests at Mrs. Barbers home Tuesday. ON DEAN'S LIST Dts Moints—Francie E. Zeigler was one of 77 students named to the Dean's list for scholastic achievement during; .the summer quarter at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. Francie earned a 3.60 average, based on a 4.0 grade point system. She is the daughter of the Willard Zeiglers, enrolled in junior secretarial course. HOMEMAKERS TEA Union Township Homemakers tea will be held at the Civic Center, Sept. 28 at 1:30 p.m. Hostesses are Irene Bjustrom, Bertha Sarchet and Karen Davies. THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF Airman Roy Douglas Nelson Approntico — Puerto Rico — Navy EAS1UWN OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9—12 A.M. . ; Sunday 1 — 5P.M: For Panel and Pick-up Trucks Famous "Butt-Grip" track tins for txtra tractioB ra any road. ANY SIZE LISTED lub«-typ* blackwall _ pluiF«d.e*.T«t ftracappabte lira 6.70-lS; 7.10-15 6.50-16 Mi. ii. TM HJi. o Extra deep tread for "GO" traction on dry or •now covered roads • 9-T nylon cord comtructloa-bullt to Ukelt • Loni-wearing Tulsya rubber for extra mileage EASY TERMS HILTON'S SMOUIR SERVICE Double wedding LOG &V BRIEFS Lea Heattin* it in Mia Vetof am Iwepital at Des Moiites Hollowing surgery. His stitef*, >Mrs. Marie Hawcott, Bess Hopkins and Mrs. Ada Bailey of Mason City have been with him but returned home after a day with him. He is making good recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dent- van are home after spending 'most of the summer at their cottage at the Okobojis. Ralph had not been well as usual and was hospitalized at Spencer a part of the time. •••'Mrs. Kathryn Mehoney was recently brought home from ^^ Minneapolis, Minn, where she ^gughter iL^^o^^fini^^SS *** 0«*winM« is employed with her sons-in-law and „ jecre^ ^^ the L1 £ yd Laird company of Minneapo- and Dealt Andrews. Me left here when a small child and has lived there since. Mr. Norwood is a cousin of Harry Barton and (he late Cleve Barton. He was dinner guest Thursday of the Hatty Barton*. Mn. lather tartan was vi* tied Thursday by Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd Pool of Renwick. -Mn. Barton is still confined to her home with a severe ooM and will not go back to he* position at the Funk Plumbing shop for a few more Jan* Ottwinkfe, of Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne man married daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig, Tom, Becky and Jane ShT SSJ?~..S * =—- - **-* lis, Minri. She came home for MR. AND MM. RAYMOND FRIIDRICH darter, Mr. ml Mn,. W ; O : g, *-, *-£**J with in « ln an wig, Joyce and Jane, brought UnilL p,^ ^ Westey *«• home, home of Linda's brotiieMn. Jaw and sisier, Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding. Mrs. Keith Strayer spent a day <last week at Clear Lake with Al Cutler, resident at Good Salmaritan 1 was visited Friday by his niece and husband, Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred MoUer of Union City, Michigan. Dinner guests test week Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Earl nT^f Bowmans were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lallier of Ventura, Mr. and 'Mrs. Roger Radig and family of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Sarah Lallier. ' A. L. Brown, former County Farm Agent here and now hying at Salix where he and his 'late wife 'moved some time ago, was here to attend a Farm Bureau meeting and visited with many old friends. He makes his home with the and her son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. »••••*•*••*•••••»••••< Burt Hmm mrs. The Hugh Williams are 'building an enclosed porch on the east of their home in Burt. The Dean Andrews were MR. AND MRS. RODNEY CULBERTSON Photos by Gltnn's Studio. Phono 295-3654 St. Luke's church, Fairville, was the scene of a double wedding held on Aug. 20. Virginia Fraser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fraser, and Raymond Friedrich, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Friedrioh were married as well as Rosalie Fraser and Rodney Culbertson, son of Mrs. Daleth Pollock. Rev. C. L. Bliss officiated at the double ring ceremonies Both brides were escorted by their father. Virginia's maid of honor was Marsha Friedrich, Algona. Best man was Dean Glienke, of Alta. Ringbearer was Donald Fraser and flower girl was Anita Friedrich. Serving both brides were ushers Alverne Friedrioh, Algona, and Allan Hudson, Creston, and soloist was Merril Grisham accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Delano VoetUer. At the joint reception, Kathy Fraser had the guest book. 'Mrs. Eugene Branidow served punch. Mrs. Bill Dau, Jr. poui- ed coffee. Mrs. Lewis Fraser and Mrs. Arliss Friedrich cut the cake. Host and hostess were Mr. a n d Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. Patty Fraser, Barbara Weisbrod and Kathy Knudtson opened Virginia's gifts Mr. and Mrs. Friedrich attend Emmetsburg Community College and are at home there. Rosalie's matron of honor was Barbara Updike, Osceola. 'Best man was Troy Updike, of Osceola. Ringbearer was Steven Fraser and flower girl was Anita Friedrich. Opening gifts for Rosalie were Mrs, Mark Crawford, Mrs. Dennis Phillips and Kar thy Weed. Mrs. Culbertson has been Thank You, Folks Sincere thankt from all ef MS at Schulti Broi. to all of yeu who ma4e evr IfM new car thewing te succtsiful la«t Thursday . , . the crowds were the biggest ever and tha cemmtnti en our new Buickf, Pentiacs and Cadillacs were the nicest ytt. If yen didn't hayt« chance te cema out and set the new can list w*ek, tht red carpet it waiting fer yew it Schwlfe Ires, Say hollo to Armjn and Wat and the beys and set tht ntw ents fer '4i. - $ 5 00 Cos/) Winners - - w employed by Merril, Lynch, Inc., Des Moines. Mr. Culbertson is with the Iowa 'Highway Commission. They are at home in Osceola. College group given tour of Algona sites The Iowa Lakes Community College board of directors and administrative personnel were guests here. Tuesday night of the Industrial Development Corporation. Members of the Algona board of education, chamber of commerce, and city officials held a tour of Algona's residential, business, industrial concerns, and Garrigan high school. The group was later taken to Charlie's Supper Club for a steak dinner with the Industrial Development Corporation the host. Bill Conn, president of the Industrial De^ velopmenit Corp., presided and Jack Limbaugh, a member of the local school board spoke on virtues and sites of Algona. The purpose was to "sell 'Algona" as a logical site for a vocational branch of the Iowa Lakes Community College. Representing the college were board members Jack Tatnian, Spirit Lake, president of the board; Wayne Orim, of Estherville; Orvttle Thorson, Swea City; Joe Graf, Spencer; Alden Wigdahl, Ruthven; Dr. James Coffey, Emmetsburg; and Edgar Meyer, Algona. Administrative personnel were Doyle Carpenter, superintendent, Orville Parks and Ed Hoist, deans, and Robert Blacker, vocational director. A short business meeting was held by the college board son Gordon and wife on the &&** £ Wesley at Henry farm south of Salix. Kenneth *"?• Jr™*-. ,_ is deceased and the third son ?"« T - N - T - club *& ** ve Douglas lives in New Jersey. * one o'clock luncheon Sept. Mr. Brown and his late wife 26 at Elsie Winter's for her and Mrs. Evelyn McDougall birthday and also Esther Sor- and her late husband were f™™' 8 *£ Lonjtta Lichter's close friends and Mr. Brown 2™"^- Hostesses are Bemta went from here to call on M«tchelLJfery Jean, Andrews, Lillian Fredrickson. The Donald Mitchells LuV«rn« — Sherry Lynn Diehl, Cedar Rapids, became the bride of Richard Lee Wolf, of LuVcrne, at the Christ Church, United Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17 with the Rev. John F. Wheatley officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Donald K. Diehl of Cedar Rapids, and the late Mr. Diehl. The groom's parents are Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Wolf of LuVerne. Matron of Honor was Mrs. Donald Butterfield, Cedar Rapids. Best man was William G. Wolf, brother of the groom. LuVerne. Ushers were Len Zady, Ovarland Park, Kan. and Donald Butterfield, Cedar Rapids. Organ musit was furnished by Mrs. Sly. A reception for 75 was held in the church following the ceremony. The lunch was served -by the Presbyterian Aid, with Mrs. Koering hostess. •Mrs. Robert Switzer served the -punch with Louise Huendling, Breda, pouring "coffee. The three tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Algena (Iowa) Advance—7 MONDAY, SEPT. 25,1967 Koering. Joyce Steil had the guest book with Lizabeth Plath, Ames, taking care of the gifts and pinning of flowers. Gift pages were Mrs. Rose So Ionian, Rock Island, ID. and Edith Stone, Cedar Rapids. The bride attended Iowa State university at Ames and is employed by the Student Memorial Union in Ames. The groom is a senior at the university in Ames. They are living in Ames. A rehearsal dinner was held at Ced iRels in Ames for the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf were hosts. Guests were from Hardy, Comfrey, Minn., Chicago, 111., Humboldt, Algona, Fort Dodge, Kansas City, Kan., Rock Island, 111., Ames, and Honolulu, Hawaii. BORN SEPT. 13 A baby was bom to Mr. and Mrs. John Golwitzer, Algona on Sept. 13. She weighed 7 ibs. 8 ozs. and has been named Gina Theresa. ALGONA .Mrs. McDougall at the Park clinic. Staff Sgt. N*al Hinti, brother of Mrs. Paul Seeley is in Fitzsimmons hospital, Den returned Sept. 20 from their vacation in Canada. 'Mike Baer, Jim and Max ENDS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27th JERRY LEWIS ver, Colo., where he has had Baer and the Melvm Johnsons • * ' MWA. «•* T-fuaM* rr24*» AM lu& «.«uk* major surgery. His room is *® » «ty to be near 3 West. He has a number of £? ?**, ™*°. »»*» «£gery friends here who may like to ^rJ 9 "JJnjversity r - *»' Mrs. Pearl Jones, is staying at the Melvin 'THE BIG MOUTH' Laura Hintz home STARTS THURSDAY «™»" '•«• meet Wednesday at Gladys Hawcott's with Etta Hoidren assistant hostess. Roll call is An Iowa .,,.., .„-..* „_, tllb v^licgc UUKUU _j c i following the dinner at the Al- fl «'• time. Sgt. Hintz has been in service the past twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins have had as guests the lat- irisM* £S2 »iL£5 pro8 ~ n is family is well known here. °y ^ma watt. It is fifteen years since he The Vern Shiplers returned ihas been in Algona, Saturday from a ten day trip, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin visiting relatives in Minneso- recently returned from a vis- ta and the Everett Shiplers in it in California with their son Fairohild, Wis., and the Dells Carl and family. Carl had re* in Wisconsin, cently suffered a severe coronary attack. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mn. „ „ Centennial Kenneth Medin. The son Russell, Iowa celebrated its Russell of Whittemore was looth y*" of founding Sept. recently dismissed from St 8 * 9 ***" visitors from 18 Ann hospital following a stales and many towns in heart attack 1mm, Mrs. Leota Taylor, 89, Mrs. Kathryn Mahonty had «*» Bill Conner, 98, pioneer as guests Mr. and Mn. Ohm residents, reigned as king Eokhart of Middlesex, New and Queen of the celebration. Jersey, a nephew and wife, who came to see Mr. Eckharts parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart and aunt, Mrs. Mary Nelson at Humboldt. Mn. Nelson 'lives in a rest home there. They also visited with friends at Swea City. Another caller was Mrs. Charles Barrickman of Glendale, California who came via plane to Omaha and was met there by Mrs. Claude Ostwinkle of Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Barrickman then came to Des Moines to visit with Mrs. John Rack' ers, mother of Mrs. Ostwink- le and thence to Humboldt to visit with her sister, Mrs. Bruce Eokhart and Mrs. Mary Nelson, mother of the women. Mrs. Barrickman also stopped at Jefferson to see Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storck. Mrs, William Cook and her ...»nd"TWIC£"is tht only w»y to live! P« ALBERT R.BROCCOLI,-HARRY SAL1ZMAN PANAVISION' TECHNICOLOR- :-' Admission — Adults $U5 BJo< * Ht!tnD«4d,D*lf9taCity Mt Ivin Schulf*, Clare • H§rdy Clarion Harm Uktn, Titonk* Andrew irentf, Arm*trong LWon Runkfl, Humboldt Mich«tl Schmidt Re«ilieieiiavia f Wf»lty iarl Smith, W M t t«n<f Mr.. Victor Rechlaa M. M. DMnphy, Whitttmert Mrit Lawrtncf Sichilt?, Alfen* UVfnnt Hiuptman, Algona Mr*. Bob Opp*d«hl, Ronwick V I W I gona high school. Potatoes Ben Davis, Fayette, harvested eight bushel of potatoes from 10 Ibs. this season. One of the large crop weighed two pounds. . *? Br4tt to see Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Haynes, both hospitalized there. -r- Ttm Norwood, sen ef the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Norwood is here from Tacoma, Wash., and is visiting with Mrs. Esther Barton, the Ted Hoovers, Fern Youngs SCHULTZBROS. 19QI Sooth Phillips , Iowa Corftt (Iteming modt tcj«y! Ntw BUctric Up*iruih HOST IrMfhff lh§ pile Mpword, re- linovof deep dirt ond eliminqtft . No wet carpet, no lhandwork. Price qvo»ed in- Icludes Host Cleaner to clean 1300 so,..ft. of cprp»» plVi «W | of Electric Up-8ru»h. RIAD-S FUBNITURE Call Enjoy Low-cost... All-around Heating Comfort with TULOMA'S LP-GASM Choose your heater from top quality brands,.. EMPIRE • HYDROTHERM MONOGRAM Live clean, go modern, with high style, in-a-wall LP-Gaa space heaters. Kill cold spots with a new economical LP-Gas space heater. 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