Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 13
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Shower given it Bode for a recent bride at Clarence Smith's fhUrtday. WHl TTIWI net iiiuuieri < airs. Bonnie Vedv*. she reUm**1 to MeUiodist hospital school of flUfstftg Sunday evening Mrs. Aftiie Wigane aid daughters, Kristin and K*rm- in, Iowa City, vWted Sfctur- day with her ffttftftAft, the •Jtoha-fd Olsons. They spent '—. A post-nuptial ^e weekend in Mafdy. shower for Mrs. Jim Collins, Friends of Mrs. Alfred the former Ruth Bakken, was CoT "d spent Wednesday after- held at St. Olaf Lutheran fl °9 n at her home -*s a fare* ' " ' well coffee for her. The Gords are moving to Fort Dodge and will live near their daughter, the Harold Mitz- vens. The Gord home was sold at auction Saturday to Bill Reed. The Seval Holdens returned recently from a trip thru A?-toting, with gifts were her sistsr, Mrs. Abbas and Mrs. Ray Welter, sister of the groom. Hostesses were Grace Aure, Shirley Bakken, Sadie Bak- ~" v •»•» a-fM'1,11^, ohurcn Saturday evening. Mrs. Alise Sorenson had charge of the program and introduced the bride, and her mother, Mrs. Don Bakken, and Mrs. Francis Collins, mother of the groom. Mrs. Eleanor Grafstad had devotions. JoEllen Meyer and * - ~. r ....„ Becky Aure sang, accompan- western states covering more ied by Mrs. Roberta Engel. 'than 5600 miles. The Holdens Mrs. Don Abbas gave a hum- went first to Colorado Springs orous reading and Mrs. Ro- where their son Gary and berta Engel played a medley daughter Diana joined them, of songs. . * The Holdens then went to Debbie Collins and Jeanie Glendale, Calif., to visit their Bakken had the guest book, daughter, the Wayne Schmitz- es, (Sandra) and sons Craig and Tod. In the Los Angeles area, the Holdens attended the Ice Follies and visited the Busch Gardens. Eldred _ -j ...~.., „„„«; um. Hplden,; stationed at San ken, Lucille Jansen, Betty Diego, in the Navy, came by Jansen, Lena Jansen, Esther flame and with Mrs. Schultz accompanied their parents to northern California to visit the Ronnie Holdens. The Ronnie Holdens were recently married and live ait Pleason ton, Calif. This was the first time in six years the entire Holden family had been together. . The Norman Hollands spent the weekend in Decorah and •attended homecoming at Lut'.ar. Roberta Rolland is a freshman at Luther. Charlene Hanson spent the weekend with her parents, the .Carl Hansons:, She is a freshman at~Wartburg, Waverly. Ramona Aure spent the weekend with her parents, the Don Aures. She is attending Waldorf at Forest City. •Mary Lou Olson accompanied the Tommy Kissingers, Livermore, to Homecoming at Luther College, Decorah. She returned to AlB in Des Moines Monday. AV-V.VAV.-_V_VAV.V_V Servicemen Collins, Floy Marlowe, Faber Dugan, Marj Vosberg, Irene Curry, Adela Holland, Delorice Johnson, Kay Holland, Bette Olson, Bernice Rolland, Alise Sorenson, Dora Toflte- berg, Mrs. Al Becker, Mrs. Don Becker, and Mrs. Jerry Becker. ' AT CONVENTION Postmaster and Mrs. Arlis Kinseth naive returned from the national convention in San Juan, ; Puerto Rico. A week was spent camping on •the way to New York, with a trip through 1000 Islands National park on the St. Laiw- rence Seaway, two days at Expo 67, in Montreal, and several days visiting the Bob Figliacconis, Sloatsburg, N. Y. •Mr. Kinseth and Mr. Figliacconi served together in the army in Korea. The convention was the largest ever held 'by postmasters, with over 4000 postmasters and guests in attendance. Afternoons were spent sightseeing and special tours in the many places of interest. Flights to and from the Island were made from Kennedy Airport in New York City aboard a David L. Culbertson Boeing 707 and a Douglas ^DQ-.K FT. CARSON, CQLQ: 8 Jet. ' ---v -v-< -v,rrvV ' l "~ •'''^NCJ^Amyoi^iifejClJa'ii's^-,Four ,. • .. - r ,.-,•>.' David L. Ciilbertsbn, ! 23, son WED 25 YEARS of Mrs. Doris A. Culbertson, A number from Bode at- 1508 East Elm, Algona, Iowa, tended the 25th wedding Of will participate in the post- the Ted Underbergs in Fort wide field training exercise Dodge. The open house was being held at Ft. Carson; held at Wallace Underberg's. Colo., Oc:t. 23 through Nov. Some of those attending were 30. the Leroy Worbys, Oliver His unit, the 5th Medical Baittalion, will receive trainr ing in combat first Aid and emergency evacuation' tech* niques. • • 'Spec. Culbertson, an operating room technician, is assigned to Company B of the Lees, Henry Olsons, Mrs! Olaf Olson, Frosty Olsons, Mrs. Kiddi Crocker, Andy Olson, Mrs. Rita Underberg, and the Ernest Berges. - 5th Division's Medical Battalion. His father, Glen D. Culbertson, lives on Route 2, Burt, Iowa. iHis wife, Linda, lives ait 1706 S. Grand, Emmetsburg, Iowa. TWO GRADUATED SAN DIEGO (FHTNC) Oct. The Ernest Beirges spent the weekend in Decorah and attended Homecoming and the 40th reunion of Mr. Berge's class at Luther College. From the 1927 class of 66 members, 21 attended. Oliver Sand, New Berlin, Wisconsin arranged the. meeting and presided. The Berges enjoyed the scenic fall drive thru Prairie du Chein and north- -™- ----- ,. ...•,>., W wi. eastern Iowa. Sunday after- '° — Seaman Recruit Lester noon 'they attended the 25th L - Briggs, USN, son of the wedding in Fort Dodge of the Dalc R - Briggs of 620 W. Call Ted Underbergs. St., Algona, and S. R. Thomas 'Mrs. Mollie Berge, Concord L - Gatton-, son of the Harold Manor Home in Garner, vis- w 'Gallons, Sexton, have ited relatives and friends in been graduated . from nine Bode recently. weeks of Navy basic training The Art Hansons visited at tne Naval Training Center her. brother, Roy Krvudslein, ihere - In making the transi- at the Good Samaritan Home tion from civilian life to Navin Waukon last weekend. al service, they received in- The Helrou'th Larsens, Aud- atr "ction under veleran Navy ubon, were overnite guests P etl y olfiqer. See Colorful Viking Football mmfous ^ VIA and stay W, R, FRANK'S MOTOR HOTit AND RESTAURANT Minutes From Downtown and Oiks Park 104 Mioniapolij |i»ta*iU •! M» DISTINCTIVE , PINING 7 ••m-If.9,,1? P m _ P*My F»mou» For at HEATED POO(With Secluded Sun Fft, Tr»n;,porUt!on to Airport, Train ind Bus Cepters, Also Met. Stj- Cuthrie Theat(« Othjr Points Usen I * •- (low.) Adv.nte— 3 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Algona Flour tt •Feed 22 '2 Sears ^ 17 7 Hamm's 14 10 Lindsays 14 10 Old Style 12 12 Larson's Trucking. 10 14 la. State Bank 10 14 Weidenhoff 8 16 Tall Pauls 8 16 Gambles 7 17 High Toam Scries 'Algona Flour & Feed .. 2823 High' Scries Ken Rochleau _ 535 High Game Dale Johnson .' 224 TUESDAY NIGHT NO.1 W L Lindhorst Dep 20 4 Busher Bros. _ 20 4 Utt Electric ______ 16 8 Reding Gravel 13 11 Fenton 66 13 11 Dunn's _^ j_ 6 18 Schumaker Well __ 5 19 Lone Rock Bank ... 3 21 High Team Gam* U.i Electric 3008 High Series Whitey Voigt 640 High Game Whitey Voigt _ 225 H. Hutchison . 225 TUESDAY NIGHT NO. 2 RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM 9 THE ALGONA BOWLING LANES i^m^r^m^:r,mt\^tmi^ymK^m^'^m Auction _ _ 18 6 Fenton Elevator _. 16 8 Elk Cleaner 15 9 Hamm's 13 ii Bode Elevator 13 11 Bernie's Rec. 10 14 Fuller Brush 6 18 Tietz Const. 3 21 High Toam Series Fenton Elevator 3019 High Series F. Thllges 589 High Gamo F. Thilges _____ ___ 225 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Dunn's 18 6 Gambles 16 8 V.F.W. 15 9 Conoco 13 H Viking Oil 13 11 Everds Bros. 11V 2 ll'/fe Coast to Coast 11 13 Hamm's 12 12 Rusk Drug lOVfe 13V_ Johnson House 9 15 Reutzel Garage ___ 8 16 Frederick Hdw. __ 7 17 High Toam Sorio* Rusk Drug __ 2327 High 'Series Blanche Long 490 High Gamo Blanche Long 189 THURSDAY NIGHT -MEN , coast to Coast _.,_ 13 n fepsi Cola _____ n id Sy's Scuttlebutt _. 8 16 Whittemofe Elev. 8 16 Ahjona Lanes ____ 7 17 High Team Series Art's Welding __ 2315 High Series Women: Dorothy Leek 470 Men: Ken Meyer ..... 567 High Game Women: Dorothy Leek 172 . 'Men: Ken Meyer ______ 234 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L 4 8 11 12 14 14 15 18 W W L 4 7 9 11 11 12 Pine Room __:___ 20 Larry's Rec. 17 Weidenhoff 15 Kleins Farm Sup. _ 13 filberts Serv. _ 9 DeKalb ___. 8 L. C. Store & Cheese , 8 16 Fed. N. I. Grain __ 2 22 High Team Sorios Pine Room 2915 High Soriot Dr. Kingfield 587 High Gamo Dr. Kingfield . .;_ _ii;l _: "223 ' Bob Johnson _j_ii__j'228'' WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W -' I !• Fareway-^IL.Li^Jl:;-' 18 * i! .'ff'-'' : 10 12 12 13 13 15 L 9 9 11 n 11 21 Seeley's Realty _._ 15 Gene's Elect. 15 Bjustroms 13 Hamm's 13 Don Oil Serv. 13 Algona Lanes 3 High Toam Sorio* Hamm's 2736 High Sorios , D. Blanchard 599 High Game D. Davis 244 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Ken's Auto .:___• 19 5 Art's Welding __.. 15 9 ' •Moorman Feed _-._ 15 9 Swansons ___ 20 Behr's _ _ 15 Taylor 13 North Iowa App. _ 12 • Bordens 10 Barbars lo Drug Mut. 9 Pro Shop 6 High Toam Serie. Taylors 22 4l High Sorioi Women: Carol _ Groen 510 Men: H. GeLlenfeld .._ 603 High Gamo Women: Carol Groen _ 202 Men: Ray Poeppe 222 LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Algona Barber shop 17 3 Algona Plbg. & 'Heating 14 6 Consolidated 11 9 Everds 10 10 Algona Lanes 10 10 Burt Co-op. '.: 7 13 JMogler Truck .__ 6 14 Sid's Cafe 3 17 High Team Series Algona Barber Shop _ 2198 High Sorios Women: M. Hanson _ 470 Men: K. Teeter _._ 578 High Game Women: P. Henderson 186 iMen: K. Teeter 214 MARY NELSON CHOSEN Miss Mary Elizabeth Nelson, a senior at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, has been chosen as a member of the Acadimic Affairs Committee on campus. In this capacity, she is a part of the Student Senate at the college. -A graduate of Garrigan High School, she is the daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'F, Nelson, Corwiith and a member of St. Benedict par- 'ish, AJgona. Portland Mrs. Victor fit* • •••••••••••••••••MM •Mr. and Mrs. Meriyn Bartley. and family of Kiester, (Minnesota were Sunday dinner guests in the parental, Lloyd Bartle'lt home. iMr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Eugene's mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ites of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erolt Daniels'of Ackley, Mrs. Leroy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Harms and family of Fort Dodge and Norman Carlson of Ankeny were Sunday dinner guests in the Jes.s_ Harms home. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and family of Swea C!ty, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family of Burt, and Mary and Norma Harms. This occasion was to ce'kbiats their father, Jesse Harm's birthday. Mrs. Eugene Meyer and children altcniled Homecoming at Titonka Friday afternoon. •Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laab.s of St. Ansgar, celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary a week ago Suaclay at •the Deer Creek Lutheran Church at Carpenter, Mr. Levant Moore and girls and 'Leona Haase, Diane Moore of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack and David of Lorn Rock, and Mrs. Martha Haase and Bernice of 'Burt, attending. Mrs. Martha Haase and Fred Laabs arc sister and brother. Diane Moore of Mason City and Anita Moore of Cedar Rapids came home for the weekend. Janice and Paul Lafseii of Ames came home to spent the weekend with their par- eniU, Mr. and Mrs. Cleft Lftf- sen. 'Mr. and Mfs. Glen Larsen and family, Diane, Anita t Patricia and Virginia Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen, Nancy and Steven and Mrs. Minnie Larsen were Sunday dinner guests in the Verner Lau home at Klemme. This was in honor of Mrs. Minnie »» Lafseri's birthtuy.whifih Saturday, Octotter '14. Mr Mrs. Harvey tfatfttftl, IIKIftkr Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mr. and Mf-s. Bill TSpiecher, and. Rot* „ ert Lang also dropped In -Tuesday evening to help Mlhy nie celebrate her birthdaylv Mr. and Mrs. Bmil Haack and David of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner -guests in Ihe Levant Moore home. • • "A life not yielded to God is a lamp not lighted". • • m WOW! Speaking of the twi»t, don't let direct writing representatives from out-of-town lure you with twisted promises. See Bohannon Insurance Agency for complete helpful insurance service. BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY ALGONA Lindsay n 1 ' , Algona Auto L____ 14 Cooks Welders ___ 12 East End Grocery 12 Directory Serv. ___ 11 la. State Bank ____ 11 Algona Lanes 9 High Toam Series Fareway ; ___ 2514 High SoriM Fareway 876 High Gamo Kay Vodgt _____________ 226 WEDNESDAY NIGHT - MEN W L Algona Livestock FEATURING: Gas Conversions Kohler Fixtures Myers Pumps R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 There's more to Wide-Tracking in a'68 Pontiac than meets the eye. Wide-Tracking is performance, Wide-Tracking is handling, Wide-Tracking is security, Wide-Tracking is one of the great American sports, Driving a new LeMans may be even more Orgoupto265-or320-hpV-8s satisfying than looking at one. The stan- See your Pontiac dealer for a dard engine is an Overhead Cam that test drive and learn the differ- dehvers 175 hp from regular gas. 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