Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 7
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Shower given SUoejirl i»* JM — Marilyn thilges ,-ai,given a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph Hall with relatives and friends attending. The hdfareVs colors of white and brtwv'ri were carried out in tabu decorations with Mrs. James Rickie, Joan Menke and Judy Menke assisting with gifts. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Robert Kirsch and Mrs. Paul Erpelding? receiving prizes. Carla Thul received the door prize. Miss Thiiges, daughter of Mr. aiid Mrs. Raymond Thiiges, StUjtoe, will be married to Dartiel Menke, son of the Arthur 1 ; Menkes, Bancroft, Oct. 14 it 1 10 o'clock here in St.. Joseph's Catholic church. :Mrs. Harold Reding and her daughter and son-in-law, the Dale Chicoines ahd David, Jefferson, S. * D., spent last weekend ih Colorado Springs, Colo., With the Dofl Giddleya and Janet Reding. Mrs. Gid- loy and Janet Reding are daughters of Mrs. Reding. the Joe firofeis, Fort Dodge were callers here Wednesday ajt George Wagners and Sylyester Wagner's. The John Thuls had their 58th wedding anniversary Friday evening with a smorgasbord dinner at Kfopf's cafe in Bode with the family in attendance. Bob Borman and son David were in Iowa City Monday Where David had a medical check on a foot. He had surgery during the summer and . has been wearing a cast. Bobbie Plathe, son of the Milford PSathes had his lith birthday on Saturday with a birthday party. The afternoon was spent playing games followed by lunch and birthday cake. Attending were Dennis and Kevin Bormann, Michael and Mark Bormann, Paul Thiiges, Alvin Berte, Keith Streit, Ricky Reding, Paul Gales, Craig Mawdsley and Rick Calhoun, Richard Joseph Thil; a?'Mf. ahd Mrs. Harold ges, born September 25 was baptized ,lft St. to&ph'S chufch Sunday by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, Sponsors were James Thiiges and Rosemary Schuler, Twii Rivers names queen for band fest Bod« — Kathy Jacobson, daughter of the Ralph Jacobsons, a senior in Twin Rivers high school, has been chosen by .the Twin Rivers .band members as representative to the Algona Annual Band Fes- tivalin Algona Saturday. She has been a band member for eight years. She plays clarinet. She is also a cheerleader, a member of the chorus, has been in basketball and softball and this year the senior play. She was crowned Homecoming Queen at the Twin Rivers Homecoming last week- WEDDING INVITATIONS are a specialty X. at Ihe ALGONA ADVANCE LARGE VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM Printed •, ThMtnograptwd - Engraved SOCIALLY CORRECT STYIES Plain folders, pantted folders, fancy wedding bMI designs, liturgical, etc. THANK YOU NOTES • NAPKINS FOR RECEPTION *M* ! YOUR ADVANTAGE There k no need to let e dressmaker sell you your wedding InvlteMone and announcements. Your "homo-town" nowspapor Is whoro you expect wadding pictures, detailed wedding writo-ups, stories of showers and receptions to bo used ... and we are glad to print them. The out-of-towner gives you none off this. Think it over... if a wedding is in your plans for the nor future, we'll be happy to work with, you for exactly the correct style in printing, thermography or engravtn«. Algona Advance HORTH IOWA ONMSTNU olM m THE MYS SWUM Ml WIT Mi! Again this yeif t the Kossuth County Advance will cooperate with Algorti merchants and the Algeria Junior Chamber of Commerce in providing addresses for those persons wishing to send Holiday Greetings to young men from Kossuth County serving in Viet Nam. But we must hiVe the names and correct addresses of boys from KdssUth serving in Viet Nam, The entire list will be printed in the Advance later this month. If you have if relative or know of someone serving in Viet Nam now, send his address to the Advance today. Just fill out this coupon and mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, Iowa: Name Address end. She is a member of the ^ St. Olaf Lutheran church, president of the Senior Leag-- ue and a member of the choir. The Algona Band festival begins with a parade at 10:30 featuring 20 bands from • Northwest Iowa. A special. feature of the evening program beginning at 5 p.m. at the new high school football' bowl, will be a guest twirler, Renee Stuedeman, Clinton, and the Decorah Kilties, boys drum corps. The 1968 Algona Band Festival Queen will be crowned by the 1967 Queen,' Charlotte Lappe, Burt. Dodge; Otto Verne or Ruth Maria Harlan, Algona, D'odge; Gary Carl 'Priebe, Algona, Plym.; Robart Kevin Schmitt, Algona, Dodge; Ralph A or Lydia B. Donovan, Algona, Ford; Kenneth F. Schmidt, Pent an, Chev.; Shirley Marie Rick'efs, Algona, Dodge; Ray* mond Richard or Dorothy Margaret' Weiland, Wesley, -P'ym;; Post Moving & Storage, Algona, Dodge; Edward James Seeney, Bancroft, Chrysler; Erwin Leslie Geisking, Titonka, Ford;. Myron Sylvester Smith, Algona Olds; Walter Russel Ovens, Swea .City, Bancroft Cub win Merit badges €ub ScoUt Pack 61, held their .September Pack meeting last Thursday evening, Sept. 28th t •at the Public School auditorium. Eight Cub Scouts received badges and arrows they earned by doing the required acheivcments, and two new cub scouts aoheived itheir first step in cub scouting — their Bobcat pins. Receiving Bobcat pins were Anfohony MarloW, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'Marlow and Brian ' Dudding, son of Mrs. Gordon .Dudding. Boys who earned acheivc- ments were Michael Doocy, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Philip Doocy. 1 wolf badge, 1 gold arrow, John Quinn, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Quinn, 1 gold arrow; John Bednarz, son of Mr. and Mrs; Joe Bcdnarz, 1 silver arrow! 'Doug Kieni.tz, son of IMr. and Mrs. Do.in Kicnitz, 1 wolf badge, and 1 gold arrow; Richard Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Jensen, 2 silver arrows; Shane Rolling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rolling, 1 gold arrow; Richard Schern- mel, son of .Mr. and Mrs. John Schemmel, 1 gold arrow and 2 silver arrows; and Bruce Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schiltz, 1 gold arrow. AM the Cub Scouts then participated in a skit called "Following the Wolf Trail." The attendance flag was won by Den 2. ily in Minneapolis for the' win* tef. months. Mr. and Mfs. Melvin Busth announce the arrival of & sow, Eugene Melvin. Me was borfi 6n August 24. Me weighed ? Ibs.'•and 6 pzs. and arrived *6 make his home with the Busches on September 19. There are three daughters in the family to welcome him home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mans, Manson, Iowa visited at the Earl Jorgenson home on Sun* day evening. Mrs. R. Paul Wilson of Waterloo came Friday evening and visited Uhtil 'Tuesday s4-tfi* home of Mrs. Mafle HaWoFSofi and Marvel, while D>, Wits6f! was oh a fishlrig trip tip nortri. On Sunday morning, they a!» tended the worship service at the South Blue Earth LUtherah Church and were dlhher fUests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Left Maland in Frost, They were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. *f. L. Malvorson and family in Blue Earth. ,, f .1", >m •*i& ••— ^ Plym. The Dave Engels have returned from a visit at their son, Gary Engels at Roselle, '111. Mrs* Vilas Larson, Gold-' field, accompanied the Engels to Illinois. 'Larry Halsrud, son of the Carlisle Halsruds, is now' teaching at the J. B. Young' Junior high school in Davenport. He is assistant coach and math teacher. '•'•" ..'.' : "•*.( Recent inquiries from area d residents have been addressd to O Senator Don Murray .of Ban:! crof i'n regard to the fee requir- 3 ed from users of the Union v Slough Recreation area south- >: j east of Bancroft. 'M .- Senator Murray received the following letter' in reply to his ,~ correspondence' with the -Bur- v ~ eau of Outdoor Recreation. Hon.'Donald Murray required fee to be discussed Area Dairy Cows show High tests ADVANCE ALMANAC (Continued from Page I) ^ The Security^^g{p W a Senate Algona, clerk. Bancroft, Iowa 50517 in auctioneers; ; State Bank, :,!Full sale details 1-PfiACHxgi Vance/" '*' Oct. 11 — Morse 280-acre farm auction, six miles east of Estherville on north side of highway 9, 12 miles west of Armstrong. Clark & Clark, auctioneers. Sale details today. ; NEW VEHICLES Menke Trk. Line, Bancroft, Wilson; Alfred Cecelia Reding p'u; Glenn C. Lone Rock, Chev. Trk.; Paul .lames Eisenmann, Swea City, Ford p/u; Charles R. J. or Mary Elaine .Quinn, Bancroft, Dear Mr. Murray:^ in.^ furmer During the past month 850 cows were tested on D. H. I. A. and 725 on owner-sampler, according to John Ward, D. H. I. A. supervisor. High cows on test 305 days or less were:— Larry Wilhelmi, Bancroft, Name o£ cow, Spice, clays 283, Ibs. milk. 16,670, Ibs. fat 627, Blossom, days 305, Ibs. milk 14,310, Ibs. fat 530. Alvin Boettcher, Lakota: No. 17, days 305, Ibs. milk 13,340, -Ibs. fat 533; No. 8 days 305, Ibs. milk 16,190, Ibs. Tat 590; No. 21 days 305, Ibs. milk 14,560, Ibs. fat 540; No. 25, days 305, Ibs. lk J gl4;Q50, Ibs. fat 518. Becky, J'fc !"'^'. 1 ®\*r: «"**"* "VTl, r . ep y & ;>€j»o«w> Kugcr^eemon: uecKy, jur^nqumes-about Federate- ^ 305 Jbs , ,, k .. 15 ?40 ]bs creation "'fees at -Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge. Based upon the preliminary report of a^gpint evaluation of ithe refuge fcy ; the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation and the Bureau of Sport'Fisheries and |that active c'phsideration 'is; be- ting'-/gi'iren ; to:' removing:! JlJnion, f Slough iromithe list of Federal? p i> . • •• . *^ •:..•-• ' . ••' ' -' r .1 ••• - - i." j .. .•• fat 686; Inga, days 304, Ibs. milk 13,690, Ibs. fat 547. Sidney Payne, Ledyard: No. 5 days 305, Ibs. milk 15,260, Ibs. fat 525. Allan Loucks, Ledyard: B Teat, days 305, Ibs milk 16,330, 'Ibs. fat 594; Whit 31, clays 279, Ibs.-12,990, Ibs. fat 521. , II & G Soderberg Bancroft: Chloe, days 305,'. Ibs. milk 15,- eries and Wildlife sometime in early December. , ; Lawrence' N; Stevens Associate Director '•BANCROFT FOREST crrv LALGONA : BRrrr MANLY* GARNER BELMOND Delivering your advertising messages every week lo the A New Swvke To Advertisers Area Every Each Of These lauding North l • loiKwfl ItaBlfttr oing Into 27*00 Included As A Part 300, Ibs milk 13,980, Ibs. fat 587; Zelda, days 290, Ibs. milk 15,940, Ibs. fat 534. Leander Menke, Swea City: Carrie, days 305, Ibs milk 13,960, .Ibs; fat 631; Kathy, clays 289, ibs.milk 16,490, Ibs fat 581. Goose hunting Season now open; Others follow Iowa's 1967 goose hunting season opened Saturday morning, September 30, and continues through December 8. Shooting hours are from one-half tour before sunrise to sunset each day. The daily bag and possession limit is five. The limit cannot include more than two Canadas, or two white-fronted .geese or one Canada and one white front 'The duck season in Iowa opens October 21 and closes November 29. Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset each day, the same as for geese. The daily bag limit is four ducks and may include no more .than two mallards, one wood duck and one canvasback. Five merganser, including no more than .one hooded merganser may be taken daily in addition to the bag of other ducks. Pos^ session limit is double the daU ly bag in all cases except on canvasbacks. • Mfaoid MtpudMt Ledyard • Iritt Mtwt-Trial•• • For«$t City S»«f*it e Ukt Mils GrepMc e Manly Si 9 no I • M>rtbw««4 Mcb«r ., CMMMraM "Itam Ttw^' ***Hfti l» Yw Ixil NINT, Ww ixlw Wi* C«rant>l Wbw Yw W*rt A<Y»tfatii|TlirtPtYt(W)MlHrhwYw*JT«'TWH^tow«Pw^l»Ctf«t»Ywltt^ Mrs. Hazel Siefert of Armstrong visited with the Murl Jorgensons on Tuesday., In her honor Mrs. Jorgenson and Carol entertained Mrs. Mary Estle •Mrs- Marie fJalvorson. Mrs. Lillian Brack, Mrs. Elizabeth Bauman, Mrs. Lena Warner and Mrs. Glen Burrow. 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