Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 15
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UM Roch «H Linda Wlrtjes married Sept. 2 Lftkote! The wedding of Lift* da Wiftjes and VaUti Olhausen was sblemnteed Septernbet 2, at :7:30 p.m. at the Ramsey Reformed Church near Titohka. Rev. John Janssen conducted the double ring ceremony as the coupte exchanged vows. Mrs. Roger Goetz, organist, furnished the nuptial music and accompanied Robert Lindgren as he sang "Because" and "the Lord's Prayer". Candelabra was at the altar and candles and white bows marked the pews. •The r bridc is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wirtjes of Lakota and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olhausen of Hartley. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown fashioned of knitted chantilly lace 'over taffeta. Arlys Wirtjes was maid of v honor and bridesmaids were Jeanne Schoeing .Judy Berg and Sandra Smith. • Charlene Hazlett was the bride's personal attendant. • • • •• . The groom was served by Craig Olhausen as best man and Orlan Lux, Chuck Thompson, and Rich McCarty as groomsmen. Candlelighters were. La- Fcnton R A H T , , Rodger H. Tjarks son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tjarks of Ronnie Lcfever. All men of TitopKa, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr, and the wedding party wore attired Mrs. W. M. Knoll, Lone Rock. The bride- elect is a graduate in black tuxedos and black bow of LaJames College of Hajrstyling in Mason City and is ties now working at the Artistic Beauty Salon in Ames Her fi- A rece P tio " was held follow- once' is a graduate of Waldorf College in Forest City and is ing the ccremon y- foi> 225 now attending Iowa State University at Ames. A November S uesti ! ll lA ne social ro °™ ° f th * wedding is being planned. iNovemoer hu n , Dl room host and a " ^ 'hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Mil- ilHIHHIMIMHIMHIMINIIIIIHIMtlHMi General visits Bancroft youth Jerry Fox e? followini letter w«s re ceived by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox of Bancroft in regards to a visit of their son Jerry and Gen. and Mrs. Omar Bradley. Mrs. Omar N. Bradley Room 28664, The Pentagon Washington, D. C. 20310 , September 9, 1967 Dear Mrs. Fox, General Bradley and I have just returned from Vietnam where we had the pleasure of meeting your son, Gerald, with the 1491th MI. I know a letter, will not fill the void of your son's absence, but I thought, it might help you to know that when my husband and 1 saw Gerald on August 19th hie seiemed comtfortable, cheerful, and proud of the , teamwork he and his unit share. I tried to telephone you, but when I was unsuccessful decided I would write because Gerald has a message for you. He wants you to know that "I miss you and am all right." We want you to know how much we hope that your son and all of our boys over there come home to us safe and soon, Sincerely, Mrs. Omar N. Bradley Mrs. Ann Fox Bancroft, Iowa Yvonne Tjaden weds Calif, man Lakota: Yvonne Rae Tjaden, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Stephen R. Tjaden, Lakota, and Ronald Joseph Zolin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zolin, Ontario, California, were married August 26 at Ramsey Reformed Church near Titonka. Rev. John Janssen officiates at the double ring ceremony, The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. .Mrs. Gary Nowak was .ma-> tron of honor and Mrs. Earl Quick was bridesmaid, Bestman was Gary Nowak and John Hauge was the groomsman. Ushers were Stan? ley Tjaden and Capt. Earl Quick. * Thomas Whitney and Paul Heyes carried the rings. Soloist was Mrs. Forrest Harms, accompanied by Mrs. Donald Tapper. A reception was held, in the church parlors following the ceremony. Joan Beenken had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Donald furdy served punch and Mrs. Harold Andreason and Mrs. John Beeken poured coffee. Mrs. Arthur Abbas and Mrs. Marvjn Heyes cufthe cake.. Host and hostess for the op- casion were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hertzke, Waitresses were Beverly Johnson, Marilyn Hopkes, Wendy Whitney, Debbie Wallace and Beverly Hopkes. Mrs. Ben Heyes. Mrs. Charles Wallace and Carmen Beenken opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Mercy School of Nursing, Des Moines. The groom is stationed at Beale Air Force Base in California. Lakota soldier on missions; spots Viet hideouts Private First Class Robert R. Beck, 20, of Lnkota. Iowa, was on a routine search and destroy mission through the Central Highlands of Vietnam (250 miles north of Saigon) when his unit, the 1st Air Cavalry Division's 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry, spotted a series of natural caves formed by large boulders where approximately three platoons of North Vietnamese regulars hid. After more than a week of Engaged Mr. and Mrs. James Hatten of Bancroft announce the engage. . _ , , ment of their daughter, LaDon- operntion in the area, Beck and na> to Warren Anderson, son of Clarence Menzes and Anna company succeeded'an root-. M,. a^-M,*. Edwaft^Ano^ miar^Merttes^MaroW Sdt -• ^tA-Cl'- -i- '_••'.._>. M • : . r ;..fe y-iTC'i.'Jfc^Li"-.'"-^!*.-.-..'.' ' „ „ ' The Male Halversons, Mum' boldt, were recent Sunday guests at Kenneth Halver- soil's. Sunday guests it S. E. Straley's were Ed Luzums, Mrs. Ha Bolton, Calmar, the Ed Triple Its, Sutherland, and Don Keenes and David, Fairmont, Minn. The Dr. LeRoy Henriksen family, Armstrong, and Mrs. Marius Henriksen, Ringsted, were Sunday evening visitors at Harvey Henriksen's. The Clarence Arbogasts, Eugene Huskamps, and Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Good Samaritan Rest Home, Algona, were guests at Gerald Schmitt's, Irvington, for Dwight Schmitt's birthday. The William H. Jentzes, Cherokee, were Sunday guests of Mrs, Jessie Jentz. Dinner guests of the Gerald Voigts and James Richard Tuesday were Dr. Rosalina aneK.Mr. Rovira, Estherville, and the Eugene Huskamps. The Roviras are from Cuba and Dr. Rovira teaches Spanish in the Estherville Junior college. The Morris Mitchells and Martin Olsons were Sunday guests of Serena Peterson. Mrs. Milford Mitchell was an afternoon guest. Mrs. Arnold Laabs and Mrs. Fred Mortenson took Mrs. James Harris to Mason City Wednesday where she took the train to Las Cruces, New Mexico, to visit her daughter, the Richard Johnsons, enroute to her home at Realto, Calif. She concluded a <three week visit as a guest. at Fred Mortenson's and with (her grandparents, the Sam Warners at the Valley View Rest Home at Armstrong. Brian Mortenson and James Weisbrod left Friday for Brighton, Colo., where Brian will participate in the drag races. Recent coffee guests of Mrs.' Fred Mortenson were Mrs. Ervin Gremmel, Mrs. Curtis Lura, Mrs. Charles Feye, Mrs. James Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schroder. The ; Paul-Eiglers attended a cousins' picnic Sunday at Henry Williamson's, Rutven. Sunday guests at the Roy Chrisohilles- home were the gave i houserwarming for the Edward Mitchells fues- day evening. Edward Mitchell ifld Mrs, Margie Olson were married Sept. 9 at Fairmont. Sunday guests at Carl Beck's for birthdays of Carl Beck and Hilbert Biefstedt were the Wilfred Biefstedt*. HUbert Bierstedts, Kenneth «nd Evelyn, Lyle Haacks and Lori, Roger Longs and Durwin, and Mrs. Dora Haack. The Fred Heimans, Estherville, were afternoon guests. The Stan Berklands were Friday night callers at Roger Frlnk's. The Larry Alts, Lloyd 6un- des, Clarence Wegeners, Henry Jensens and Brenda, Ringsted and Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong, were Sunday guests at Bert Speth's, Windom. 'Mark Bierstedt, son of the Hilbert Bierstedts, entered ni I'U^ing the—enemy' soldiers Thirty-five NVA were killed and twenty-three 'captured. A stack of enemy documents also seized, have provided Allied forces with some of the .best information to date on the NVA's techniques for infiltrating into the South. Beck, n basic rifleman, has Cavalry two months. of Grenada, Minn. Miss Hatten, a 1964' graduate of St. John's High School in Bancroft, attended Estherville Junior College for 1% years. Anderson is a 1964 graduate of Granada High School/They are both employed at Stpkely Van Camp in Fairmont. ., . • A December 16th wedding is the 1st panned at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft. Alan Hall, Estherville, and Linda Ohris- chilles. The Dale Weisbrods visited Sunday with Naddne Weisbrod at Sioux City. The Ernest Oskvigs, Donald Twaits, Glen Flints and Mrs. Nells Flint, the Harvey Hen- riksens, Bennie Berklands, Edwin Uthofs, Ray Uthofs and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ajBlBBBBMlBjajiiBBllijijilijaBijBjBiijajsjajaajBiii for the beginning cook or the experienced cook she cooks better, easier, with an * and if 9 s>elf*cleaning, too! Algona Municipal Utilities the army list Monday end is now stationed in Washington ;' The Kenneth Steines, Fairmont, were Sunday guests of the Hariaft EimdM. Mrs. Hans Hanson, Esther* ville, visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. William Eimers. The H. A. Smiths and Romonia, Burt, were Sunday evening guests at Floyd Duncan's. • ' Sunday guests at Gerhart Hantelman's were the Melvin Petersons and girls, Estherville, and the Burnett Hcines. Friday super guests at Gerhart Hantelman's were the Brian Booths and Mrs. Edna Henderson, Emmetsburg. The Ernest Berklands recently spent a weekend with the Rev. Samih Ismirs at Bismark, N. D. They were Sat- /*.? ?* 'i? j*"«,r *-•, "" f- Urday afternoon 4 artd slipped £guea|p. ?• Jantestown, 'ffi-' D.j- were 'ateci '-Tch^il •y * -•?, ..__;f«*ni- .^Jfciid-iJt'Wir;* L ***~ &.%;,* ,.•'— GO AIRLINES •*> Young men and women* high school gtads, 17 to 38. Write fot Information about our training in Cotfrmmlcall6ni> »• Passenger?. ••' Service,' Resefvali<Mis ( ticketing' Operations; Hostess, etc. Train now without interfering with your present occupation. Airline -employees enjoy good pay, travel ^passes, 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 Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premium* With Gas Purchases at our station. You'll Like It! VIKING OIL Roy Stoffcl, Mgr. N. 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