Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 5
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Married at Buri Mary Ellen Harms and Norman Douglas Carlson were u- nlted in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian church, Burt. The Rev: C. Bruce Oaibreath, Eatflierville, officiated aft the daufbteiring ceremony. Organist, Mariene Stenael and pianist Evelyn Mawdsley accompanied Jim Ruhnke afe he sang. :•-, : ; " •-: /;v- The bride is the daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Burt, and the groom's parents tare Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, also of Burt ' The bride was given -in marriage by her father. Not- ma Harms, Algona,^ was her sister's maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Garry Davte, Algona, and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, Burt, both sisters of the bride. Veronica and Momca Champion, Swea' City, twin nieces of the bridle, were attendant was Mrs. Don- afldGifford, Burt. Paul Carlson, Corwith, served his brother as best man and the groomsmen were Philip Carlson, Algona; 'brother of the groom, and Duane LiCk- CARAVELLE" y Olvltlon of BULOVA has everything you'd expect of a fine watch... (except a high price) y/irojjy PRINCESS-Precision jeweled, classic styling, cord bracelet. -•• '"• cnrtlll. cm Mi tint rtimln Inlkl. Wtg, Allkeny, a The twspltoh Wtt held in i^tfM. jAiii&rtAi fiUUk&Jkffft UflsJAl Affft WIB cnuron pMwn^ wwn \mr» «fld Mrs. Wilttaft Olinftonv Sw« aty, ii <Mnini MNil hoi«^(^ C»rt«on, «iter of this ^tiotn, wts 4fl chirge of the guest, book, Mr, and Mri. Kenneth Menke, Lcdyird, set' Ved piifwh. Mrs. James Harmi and Mrs. John Carlson cut the wedding cake, Mm, PttU< ip Carlson and Mrs. Paul Carl* son poured. The waitresses were Alice filbert, Judy Thompson, Mrs. Roger Ulses and Mrs, Brian Zwiefel. Gifts were opened by Alice filbert, Judy Thompson, Susan Karels and Mrs. Robert Crail. The. newly weds will be residing at 1901 1st St. (Apt. 4), Ankeny, < Iowa. Mary was employed with Swanson's, Inc. in Algona and Norman is an au* diltor for, the Farmers Grain Dealers of Iowa, in Des Moines. Ledyard soldier receives citation from Viet Nam Ledyard: Specialist four E 4 Daniel Inglet't has received a Citation from the Headquarters of the 9th Infantry Division, Republic of Viet Nam. "For the performance of meritorious'service in Ithe counter-insurgency effort in the Republic of Vietnam during the/ period from August 23, 1967 to August 31, 1967. Through his professional competence and devotion to duty he obtained , superior results. The loyalty, initiative and will to succeed .that he demonstrated, contributed to •. the successful accomplishment of the mission. His performance was in the best traditions,of the. United States v Army and reV fleets' great credit upon himself and the military serivice." He arrived back in the States in October, during which time he spent a : month furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Inglett. ; • •Daniel has been reassigned to Font Carson, Colorado. . i ; •. -' , " •' • WILL BE MARRIED The'Reverend and Mrs; William R. Noland announce the engagement of their daughter, Beja Ann, to Gordon Bankord, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willialm Bahkord of Rookford, Illinois. Their wedding will itake •place on Saturday, Jan. 6, 1968, at 7:00 o'clock in the Hillsdale Methodist ohuroh of San Mateo, Calif. Thie 1 bride's , faither, with tai" ' MM. M«trM«i Kihm Sd last .fueJdiy ffttni Yumi, Aril after a two weeks visit **th her daughter and son^n- l|W f Major and M». t. M. .Homes and children Julie, *ekie and Brian. H«rold 0««tich and Mn Oa< fy, Des Moines, were here for the weekend wttit Mrs. Mar- gftret Lynch. They came to do .tome pheasant hunting. WilUiftt BUhlW i«d WILPORD L. WARD Wilford L. Ward was recently installed as Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Iowa. The annual sessions of the Grand Lodge and the Rebekah Assembly were held in Marshalltown. Mrs! Ward was installed as Outside Guardian of the Rebekah Assembly of Iowa. A reception honoring Mr. Ward was held on Sunday afternoon at the Y.W.C.A. in Cedar Rapids .The Wards lived in Sexton for* many years before moving to Norway, Iowa two years ago. They were members of the Lodges in Wesley while in Sexton. They have now transferred to Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Robert Gerher, Algona, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward. (Continued from Page 1) cemetery. The Schellhammer funeral home, West Bend, is in charge of arrangements. Peggy Ann Henold was bom March 4, 1946 at Route, Ind. She was the daughter of Aaron and Emma Marty Henold. Peggy graduated from Kouts high school and attended Methodist Hospital School of Nursing at Gary, Ind., where she received her degree in June of this year. Peggy Henold was married Nov. 24, 1966, at LaCrosse, Ind., to Duane Metzger of Whittemore, who survives. Surviving besides her ' If prices continue to rise, Democrats, and Republicans won't even be able to bipartisan. . ,-,..•';'.. .. .-. .V .' .... '•.-. — WITH PURCHASE OF — NUTRENA FEEDS -ONE FREE TURKEY WITH 2 tons of Concentrate on _^tons of Complete OFFER 0000 FROM FRIDAY, NOV. U TIL DEO. 24! REMEMBER - ALL FEEDS ARE NOT AUKE - SO . . , WHY DWT YOU FEED NUTRENA • • • • yoir neighbor fat Fenton Mrs. Ray Uffcof • •, ._. , «"J : P«*lem- of your l«sure as how to keep others fromusingit «•«<•»•'•»••••••«••*• The Don Voids, Lake Mills, and Lyle Hansens were Sun* day guests at S. E. Straley's. The Kenneth Steines, Fairmont, were Sunday guests at Harlan Elmers for Mrs. Steine's birthday. The Earl Pedeltys, Hudson, Mich., are spending several Weeks at Rev. Russell Eldridge's. The Howard Bruhns visited Sunday evening at Virgil Borchard's. The Dale Weisbrods attended Parents Day Saturday at Morningside, Sioux City, Where Nadine is a student. They also attended the play Fantastioks. Mrs. Delphine Hantelman and Mrs. Ed Bruhn accompanied the Hilbert Hanteimans, 'Mankato, . to Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the funeral of Joe Thompson. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with 'Mrs. Robert Krause, and $2.50 was sent to the Veteran's hospital at Cherokee. Christmas committees were appointed. The Clarence Menzes, Will- 'ard Menzes and Roy Chris- chilleses were Friday evening guests at Marold Schlei's for Marold's birthday. The Ray Stoebers spent ithe weekend at Lyle Basset's, Milford. The U-Deal-Um Bridge club met Tuesday at Mrs. Ray Stoeber's. Guests were Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, and Mrs. Jessie Newel. P|rizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Jentz and 'Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. Beverly Egeland, Colorado Springs, visited Saturday afternoon at Fred Mortenson's. , The Clifford Andersons, WiHIianis, spent Sunday at Wilfred Stoeber's. r , .. , guest* it son's, GoMfield. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus. and girls and Mrs. WiMtiHfi Bruhn saw «he tilde* that the Ed GenrWhes showed of their trip to different countries at the Livermore Lutheran church last Monday evening. The Genrlches are former Algona residents now living in California. From Fenton at the shower for Sonja Colegrove, bride' ito-be of Dennis Theesfleld, Saturday evening at Armstrong were Mrs. Lloyd Sun* de and Linda, Mrs. Howard Bruhn and girls, Mrs. Henry Bruhn, Mrs. Larry Alt Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Gerald Halverson and Paula Berkland. The Vern Switzers and Cindy, Jim Curtis, Spirit Lake, were Sunday evening visitors at Clifford Douglas's. The Roger Dreyers, Sioux City, spent the weekend at Mrs. Ida Dreyer's. The Herb Adams, Algona, spent the weekend at Eldon Duncan's. The Harold Beckers, Burt, called at Floyd Duncan's Monday evening. Thursday afternoon coffee 'guests of Mrs. J. Wallace Smith were Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. ' Amanda Kern, Mrs. Ed Schlei,'Mrs. Frank McFall, and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. •Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kathy, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and Elizabeth, and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Rein- <ho1d Laabs. Sunday dinner guests at Harold Eimer's were Janet Hammerstrom, the Frank Seeleys, Jean and Kevin, Mrs. Clara Seeley, Spirit Lake, and Mrs. William Eimers. The Milton Marlows and Gail, Lone Rock, were Sunday guests at Bernard Kramer's, for Brenda's birthday. 'Weekend guests at Ernest B&rklalnri's were the Oscar. Hansons, Blue Earth, Mrs. Anna Skaar, OutLook, <*»• kalchewfcti, Canada, md Mfi> Emma Nelson, PYiflce, Albert) C^A-Jbt^^kjit* Ji&m» &Xt ' ' jf^itiit'tt IMfc ikfoift !sasK0icnewan t uanaoa. iwrs. Skaar and Mrs. Nelson ire sisters of Mrs. Oscar Hanson. They all called oh Mrs. Clara Berkland at the Good Samar* itan Rest Home, Estherville, arid Mrs. Serena Peterson at the hospital at Estherville. The Paul Eiglers and Har< old Wehtspanns attended a dinner Wednesday evening at Stubbs Ranch Kitchen, Spencer. The Paul Eiglers met .the Ewald Kohlweses at Mason City Sunday. The Oscar Hansons, Blue Earth, Mrs. Anna Skaar, and 'Mrs. Emma Nelson and the Ernest Berklands were Monday guests of Mrs. Ida Cody, Cylinder. The Homer Matthiesens and Emily visited the George Hildreths, Des Moines, and attended the foreign food fair at Veteran's auditorium, Des Moines, over the weekend. Mrs. Emma Nelson and Mrs. Anne Skaar, Saskatche- wain, Canada, were Sunday overnight guests at Albert Mitchell's. The William DeWalls and Mrs. Shirley Zumaoh and girls were Sunday afternoon guests at Dale Voigtte for Joel's birthday. The Richard Purdys and Joe, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Ida Cody, Cylinder, were Saturday afternoon guests at Melvin. Berkland's.- Mrs. Purdy and Mrs.- Cody also visited their mother, Mrs. Clara Berldand at the Good Samaritan Home, Estherville. Sunday supper guests 'at Arnold Hantelman's were the Merlin Hanteimans, Dubuque, Lawrence Hantei- mans, Fred Langermans, Swea City, Charles Hantei- mans, Ringsted, Larry Buschers and Gina, Algona, Olaf Norlands, Eldon Hanteimans and Sandra, Dr. J. R. Waitcs, Karen Feye, Dr. J. T. Waite and Starla, and the Norman The and Mrs; Olgt tiuNcunwoi the Good Samarlttn R>*t Home, AJgona, were guests at Gerald Schmitt's, Irvington, for Mrs. Arb6- 's birthday, . , TWICE AS MANY SHAVES PER CHARGE AS ANY OTHER RECHARGEABLE And it's a Tripleheader— the shaver that gives the closest, fastest, most comfortable shave of all ... whether you use it with or without the cord. This Tripleheader also has more features than any other shaver; the Pop-up trimmer, easy snap-off cleaning, Microgroove™ floating heads and 110/220 AC Voltage selector. NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC. 100 East 42nd Street New York, N.Y. 10017 ^ !^ , . , Mrs. .Hattie Weisbrod, Mre. Marey C. Hansen, and the Sam Warners at Valley View Host Home, Armstrong, Sun- r-,..-i Frank MeFails spent Friday to Monday tost week tat Cedar Rapids at Herbert Weiske's and at Marion at E. O. McFall's. Iris Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wed- nebday afternoon at Mrs. Esther Frank's with Mrs. Ella Newel cohostess. There were ,15 members present. Mrs. Jeaue Newel had the lesson aaabted by Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Marold Schlei, and Mrs. Frank McFall. Mrs. Ed Reamttrs gave the Spiritual life Devotions. The Fred Jentzes, Herman Maahs and Mrs. Lena Jentz visited Sunday with the Eldon Hurlburt's and Mrs. Lorraine Berkland at Fort Dodge. The Donald Hurlburts were Sunday guests ait Willard Wesael's at Fort Dodge. They were Sunday supper guests of the EUon Hurlburts. The Lloyd Kerns vMted Sunday at Charles Kern's at Ames and saw their new grMddaughter. The Guy DeReuses, Monroe, Jerome Zwiefels, West Bend, and Kenley Zwiefels were Sunday dinner guests ait Ray Zwiefel's. The Larry Bierttedt's were evening Visitors. The Clarence Bjeretedts h»ve moved to Fenton in Mr». Emma Reimers house and the Larry Bieratedts h*ve moved to the Clarence Shoe Clearance ALL REMAINING CLEARANCE SHOES SLASHED AGAIN THIS WEEK FOR PRE HOLIDAY CLEARANCEII I •RANDNIW AHiiSiowTim Full 4 Reg. $34 SPECIAL + TAX Gu«r«ntt»d for lift St.nd.rd Oil Men's pile lined Towncraft jackets regularly priced at 17.98 and 18.98 REDUCED THRU SAT. 14.88 expect more from Standard and you get it" •ByPJOIvJDji v wOJw wlww Casual coet «f C«tt9n corduroy. Widlf wole with wgrm acrylic pile lining/cottpn back. Cotton knit framed collar ana 1 flap pocket inj*rt|. Sizes 36 tg 46, R|G. 1|.9| Cotton cordvrgy ranch jacket. Thick 'n thin wale. Ha* a wild western look! Acrylic EV)f| pilf lining, collor froming. Yoke fronf. 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