Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1967
Page 12
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(Itwa) Atone. ^ , I Jeanne Bonnstetter weds Jeanne M. Bonnstettcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bonnstetter, West Bend, and Gerald Berte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berte, St. Joe were married Sept. 1 at St. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend. Father Louis Grevimg officiated at the dou- ble ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Matron, of honor was Mrs. Gray Rush. Bridesmaid was Jo Ann Bonnstetter, the bride's sister. Groomsmem were Donald Berte and Mike Goodell. Ushers were Roily Bonnstetter & It's Dividend Time at the Land Bank We are owned by the people we serve. As owners, our members of record May 31, 1967, will be receiving dividend cheeks, payable October 1, 1967, amounting to 6% on the stock they own ... in this manner they are sharing in the earnings for the past year. 26 Dividends .have been paid to stockholders during the past twenty years. If you need a long term loan on land, stop in. Let > us tell you. how you .can automatically become a * rnember-ownerpf 'thefpssoaation/jrentitled W'ijiv^,! f( | dmds, to all of ' the other Advantages of a modern" 'I 7 * Land Bank loan. LATMDBATMK Federal Land Bank Association of Algona (S«uth •! Pinnty'l) I. H, HulcMiw, Mwwttr KriMi I. H*** AMMMl Htl«n Mm. At«l«l»nt Milk really tastes good!" "Mom says it's good lor us." Most kids like milk, most any tim$, §o be sure to keep plenty of pyr flqvorsoijie, nutritious milk on hfjfld. It's St your favorite store , . . pr, wt deliver. GregoYy Thiiges. Acolytes w^r<s Gleflfi Metzger and Allan Meiigef, Wedding music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. David feto and Linda Bonnstetter. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church basement. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Richard Metzger, Mrs. Ben Metzger and Mrs. Clarence Zemin. Donna Struecker and Monica Berte had the guest book. Mrs. Gordon Struecker and Mrs. Chuck Albright poured coffee. Mrs. Rudy Bonnstetter and Mrs Lawrence Thiiges cut the cake. Mr; and Mrs. Rex Crawford were host and hostess. Waitresses were Jane Dick* ey, Laurie Allen, Patricia Zeman, Joan Allen and Mrs. Nancy Wolf. Mrs. Eldon . Struecker, Helen , Berte and Cecelia Berte opened gifts. Following a wedding trip the couple will live on a farm near St. Joe. The bride is a graduate of West Bend Schools and the groom is a graduate of Garrigan, Algona. Out of town guests were from Mason City, Algona, Whittemore, Humboldt, Bode, Livermore, Clarion; St. Joe, Ft. Dodge and Chicago, Dl. >00000«»0000000000»0»»» Portland Mrs. Victor Plttfi • round Algonti fitiit' try ONIITA OlORlKSlN The John MtOulrot have been moving this week into their new home on South Minnesota Street. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Zetgler and little daughters of St. Paul, visited his patents, the Earl Zeiglers, last weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Wet Bartlett left Saturday morning for Sault Ste Marie to attend a meeting of Kiwanis International. They went by plane from Fort Dodge and returned there last evening. Dr. and Mrs. Tod VanBrug- gen, Tom and Janet, of Vermillion, S. Dak., came Saturday for an overnight visit at the L. L. Ritcr home. Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Galbraith came from Des Moines for the weekend and to visit his mother, Mrs. Betty Galbraith, who was still a patient at St. Ann but hoping to be released soon. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Schoby drove to Omaha on Friday and returned Sunday evening alter spending the weekend with the son, Robert Hicks, and family. . MNMM MS-MOS wVWBVwv Stor will hold Us NjfHtiri Tuwd*y OCtMNST SftM (fig date, it 7:30. boring cfetpten hive MM u»* VH*d. Tilt Hu mbbJdt , CMrti 1 Rainbow, A*nmMy «ii give the Opening drill «nd tfaf ROM Leoture. Thb fttft of the progfMt will be open to *ny girls interested in Rain* and their mother*, the Phoenix to Offlfthi where they were Vtetting their widowed dtughter-ifi'liw, Mrs. Russell Thompson, and her , -«»---.two chjtdreti, and had aim Atewit Chapter will convene taken them on a tour into afterward and there will,be .Minnesota before coming initiatory work. A social and here, Another son, Loren and *««» nour will follow the meet- Jim Lytle, M. 6. held Tea, Thursday afternoon, September 21, in the home of Ethel Smith, with Arlene Wood, Hazel Steven and Vera Fitch assistant hostesses. Eighteen members answered 'Roll call, "A vacation I would like to take. Members were: Myrtle Zwiefel, Viola Becker, Sarah Stewart, Edith Jandl, Eva Shipler, Vivian Dutlton, Ella Lampe, Flossie Bartlett, Margaret Govern, Mary Rasmussen, Arlene Marlow, Thelma Meister, Elizabeth Kennedy, Linda Meister, Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven, Arlene Wood and Vera Fitch. This was also guest day. Guests attending were, Virgie Smith, Mary Weber, Hazel Larson and Judy Fitch. The program was in charge of the Program June Becker. ',Viola. : prescaite<l ,us , with two very interesting readings, ''Legend of the Rain Drop", and "The Window of Gold". Arlene Marlow .and Hazel Steven had Fun Time, Judy Fitch won a prize. Vera Fitch had the surprise number, Margaret Govern winning the prize. Myrtle Zwiefel, Hazel Steven, Grace Trenary and Vera Fitch each received a birthday gift from their Secret Sister. At the Close of the meeting. The ^luncheon was served. The table was beautifully decorated in fall colors, with a 'beautiful center piece furnished by Arlene Wood. Edith Jandl poured "Coffee" and Elizabeth Kennedy poured "Tea". The October meeting will be helld in the home of Viola Becker with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and son Paul went* to Fort Dodge Monday on business. •Mrs. Art Bartlett went to Britt Hospital Tuesday, where she had minor surgery. She returned home Wednesday, and is feeling fine. Her mother, Mrs. Kate Jacobson took care of the house and children in her absence. 'Mrs. Jake Smith entertained her Circle, Wednesday afternoon, of the Burt Methodist 1 Church, Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase visited in the Hollo Moore home Sunday afternoon. Verle Nelson returned Sun- dya from a fishing trip up into Canada, with eight companions. They were gone twelve days and had fairly good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of St. Petersburg, Florida arrived Monday afternoon and are visiting relatives and friends here. They spent two nights in the Henry Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith of Hampton were Sunday guests in the Henry Smith home. The Vernon Smiths and Henry Smiths visited Sunday afternoon in the Tom Trenary home. Other visitors in the Tom Trenary home were, Mrs. Herb TVenary and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hagedorn of Ledyard, Clyde Pristow of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. BUI Trenary. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchinson of Algona wsre Wednesday evening visitors Mr. and Mrs Ray Smith were Friday dinner guests in the Harold Backer home. "When you are green with envy you are ripe for trouble". Jones, Feniton, attended the Northwest District meeting of DAR held Wednesday at Cherokee. Mrs. Lytle is regent of the Algona chapter. Th* Part Matrons' Club met Tuesday at the 'Masonic Temple 'or a one o'clock potluck meal followed by a Business meeting and Cards. Dr. Lcroy '. Strohman and his assistant, Mrs. Thedma Will, Dr. Karl Hoffman and Ms assistant, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, attended the fall meeting of the North Central District 'Dental Society held on Monday, Sept. 18, at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Brad««n, Estherville, were guests Thursday evening at the Meth- 'otfisrt 1 Parsonage. Mr.JBradeen 'was'custorian of the Estherville church during the Noland's pastorate there. Mr. and Mrs.' Marshal Thompson, Cottonwood, Ariz., were guests from Sunday afternoon till Tuesday at the Max Miller home. They now have a travel trailer and were 'accompanied from Arizona by their son Everett who also lives at Cottonwood, and his daughter who has returned to Mankato State College where she is a student. Thompsons left their trailer in Des Moines and went to Orr, Minn., where they stayed with friends on a fishing expedition at Gold Mine Camp on the Vermillion River; an annual outing of many years. They left here Tuesday and were to remain only overnight in Des Moines enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mr. and Mrs, L. S. Muckey went to Benedict, Minn, last Saturday and are spending this week at Pinehurst Lodge Resort. They plan to return home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt of Call State Park arrived 'home a week ago today from a vacation trip taken with Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Sharp, of Bedford, in the Sharp's car. They travelled through the Black Hills, saw the Bad Lands of North and South Dakota, toured a gold mine at Leeds, crossed Wyoming into Montant, and visited with friends at Glendive, Mont, where Mr. Wyatt went hunting for Montana agates and also usable petrified wood. They came home, via Bismark, N. D., where again they visited friends and then stopped over at Hackensack, Minn., with Mr. Wyatt's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mor- reU. They report several days of rain enroute during the ten days they were away Mrs. Amy Hoskin*, Sioux Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Oleson, Mobile, with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Uhl .Storm Lake, were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Steete. Mrs. Hoskins is an aunt, and the others are cousins of Mr. Steele. Mr. and Mrf. Mil Thompson, Whittter, Calif., visited local friends Thursday to Saturday of last week. They h«d brought his parents, Mr. and Mr*: A. F. Thompson, °f his family now live.at Norman, Okla. All are former Algerians. The Mel Thompsons recently returned to WMtUer from Oceanside, Calif., "here they had spent the summer. Their daughter Nancy's family, the Bruce Holding*, live in their former home at Whit' tier and the'son Bob and family are at nearby Anaheim, This was the Thompsons' first trip back to Algona in six years and there were many friends to see. Mrs. E. L. Wolcott entertained a few women Friday afternoon in Mns. Thompc'Mi'a honbr and they breakfasted at the John Claude home Saturday morning before leaving. • Jon Rising, Minneapolis, underwent surgery at St. Barnabas Hospital there on Sept. 21, for a spinal disc, but word to his parents, the Vaughn K. Risings, reported him recovering satisfactorily and that he hoped to be released early this week. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas with their respective mothers, Mrs. Regina Baas, and Mrs. Kate Stephenson with the Baas daughter Sharon's family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Myer and two children, and an aunt, Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, picnicked Sunday at Ledges State Park. There they were met by the two Baas daughters, JoEllen, who is in nurses' training at Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines and Diane, a beauty operator in West Des Moines, also the Jim Hanifen family of. Des Moines and they celebrated the birthdays of JoEllen and Diane in a family gathering. Mrs. Han!fan, a sktsr of Julie Baas and a registered nurse, was recently promoted to head nurse, 2 East in the Mental .Health unit at Lutheran Hospital and JoEllen is at present , working under her. Mrs. Han- Man, the former Helen Baas; is a 1948 graduate of Iowa Lutheran Nursing School, has worked there as a staff nurse and more recently as assistant director of nursing service. Mrs. Anna Asa, Racino, Wis. came Sunday to visit at the J. B. 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