Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1966 · Page 9
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Ex-lrvington man wed at Nashua church Irvington — Victor Applegate, Ames, and Mrs. Esther Williams, Fort Dodge, were married at the Little Brown church, Nashua, at noon March 0. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jonnson, Fort Dodge. Attending the ceremony were the bride's son and daughter, the David Williams tarmiy, Waterloo, and Mrs. ben Gaul and children, Peterson; also Mrs. Nell Potter and the Lawrence Millers of this area, the Robert Applegates, Atlantic, Darryl Swartzes, Evansdale, and Mrs. Wayne Byerly, Ames. Mesdames Miller, Swartz and Byerly and Robert Applegate are children of the groom. Alter live ceremony a reception was held at the Swartz nome at Evansdale. Victor Applegate is formerly from this area. AT BOWLING TOURNEY Robert Skilling, Irvington, and Clifford Teeter, Algona, were two delegates chosen irom the Algona bowling Lanes to represent the area among a special bus load of other delegates from northwest Iowa, that left Algona Friday lor Burlington, to attend the state bowling convention. The convention was to decide where the state tour- Engaged ertl day* with Mrs. Hazel Sabinand Keith Strayet, Algona, and the Geo. Millers', Algona. Mr, Johnson is an uncle of Mrs. Sabih. Visitors at Ed Ditsworth's last week Thursday for their birthdays were the George Skares, bricelyn, Minn. Mr. Ditsworth nad his 90th birthday Wednesday and Mrs. Ditsworth had a oirthaay 'inursday. The Snares formerly lived in Irvington With George depot agent nere tor a number of years. The fcrancis *roehiichs were Sunday guests of the Donald besches, Corwith. Mrs. Besch is a daughter of the Froehhchs and the family had just moved into their remodeled home. Callers in the afternoon were the Tom Arndorfers, Mallard, and James benedict. A carload MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Seely, Algona, announce the en gagement of their daughter, Kendra, to Keith Seely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, Whittemore. A summer wedding is planned. The bride-elect attends Missouri State College, Maryville, and is affiliated with Phi Mu sorority. Mr. Seely is with the air force stationed at Lackland AFb at San Antonio, Tex. Rosenmeyers, St. of Presbyterians from the Irvington church drove to Ottosen last week Thursday for Lenten services at he Ottosen Presbyterian chu ch. The Rev. Lee Corey, Poca ontas, was the speaker with lev. Ralph Hindman, LuVerne 1964 FORD Custom 4-door, Cruise-a-ma- tic, radio, 6-cylinder, solid beige color with matching interior, very clean and LOW mileage. 1595 00 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE nament is to be in 1968. It was voted to hold the 1968 state ;ournament at Fort Dodge. There were 25 delegates on the jus and besides Algona, other towns were Sioux Rapids, Emmetsburg, Storm Lake, Spen cer, Garner, Clear Lake, Britt Lake Park, and Sioux Center The men returned to their homes Sunday night. sistihg. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson »»•»•»»»•»»»»»»»»•+»»*»« Mr. Emil Gjefle is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson, Mary Lou and Jane were fc>un- aay dinner guests at the home ox Mrs. Claretta Wigans in Hardy. The, occasion celebrated birthdays of five people in March: Mrs. Myron Clancy, Mr. Arnie Wigans, Bruce Wigans and Jane and Mary Lou Olson. Jane Olson returned to Iowa Metnodist hospital Monday alter spending the weekend at the parental Ronald Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Nielson and family of Humboldi and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Joselyn and family of Clarion were Sun day evening supper guests al the Art Hanson home. The Fort Dodge Conference ladio Committee met Friday, March 4 at Our Saviors Lutheran church in Humboldt. Mrs. Georgia Paine of Renwick was a guest, President of the Fort Dodge District. Those attending were: Mrs. A. R. Christiansen, Secretary of rural Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Emory Bottelson, Humboldt; Mrs. George Christianson, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Ester Kallem, Eagle Grove; Mrs. B. Nagel, Moorland; Mrs. Olive Pederson, rural Hardy; Mrs. Elmer Lempke, Vincent; Mrs. L. W. Sellers, rural Clarion; Mrs. Win. Becker, Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Charles Welter, Ottosen, and Mrs. Viola Thompson, Pres., Bode. One member, Mrs. Delbert Johnson of Pocahontas, was absent. Mrs. Paine and Mrs. Thompson shared birthday cake and other courtesies from the group. Mrs. Orren Olson and Mrs Viola Thompson had a GOP Coffee at Kropf's Cafe Friday afternoon. There was a good at tendance. Mrs. John Mansfield and Mrs. Kirchoff, Humboldt were present. The afternoor was spent with various contests Remarks were given by all n-esent on "Republicanism". Mrs. Viola Thompson called at Gilbert Nissen's, Humboldt, Saturday. The Bill Mayhews, Rochester, spent the weekend at the Vernon Tompkins and Sophia Eng^ strotns homes. The Herliev Nielsens, Arthur Hampes and Andy and Rita Nielson, Des Moines, attended the 60th wedding of Mr. Nielson's parents, the Hans Niel- sons, Pocahontas, Sunday, in the Knights of Columbus Hall in Pocahontas. The Nielsons seven children, were hosts and all present at a family dinner. Rita Nielson returned to Des Moines Sunday where she is employed after the weekend at the paren tal Herliev Nielson's. Edna Christiansen has return ed after several days at Luther an hospital in Ft. Dodge. Larry Torgerson, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson Saturday Mrs. Torgerson and Larry went to Hutchinson Minn., to visit the Marlin Tor g&rsons, and Sunday Larry re- 'urned to Cedar Rapids where is employed at Collins Radio. The Clarence Olsons were given a family dinner for their 46th wedding at the Rodeo Cafe Sunday. Children attending were the Miles Cunninghams, Humboldt, Dean Paepers, Livermore, and Ralph Olsons, Bode. in the afternoon the group were at the Miles Cunningham home where the Olsons received gifts and lunch was served. The Lawrence Cunninghams were also guests. The Leonard Millers attended Capping at Methodist hospi tal in Des Moines Friday. Mary Miller, daughter of the Millers, was capped in the annual ceremony at the First Methodisl church. The class is the largest ever to enroll at IMH. Sharon Nygaard, daughter of the Ber dine Nygaards, also of Bode, is Mary Miller's "Big Sister" Sherrill Boney, daughter of the Harold Boneys, former Bode residents, was also a member o the freshman class to be cap ped. AI.OONA (Iowa) f MURSDAY, MARCH 17, I960 FORD Station Wagon, 6.pa*Mng«r, V-8 engine, Standard Tran«., light green finish with matching interior. TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE Mike and Steve, sons of the Dewey Skilh'ngs, Algona, were weekend guests of their grand parents, tne Robert Skilh'ngs Friday night and Saturday. Fun and Do club met March ! at Evelyn Froehlich's, Mos members were present wit! Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, Mrs. D vid Ludwig and Mrs. James Ro senmeyer guests. At 500 prize went to Eulalia Altman, Kath erine Johnson and Rita Frankl The next meeting will be hel at Dorothy Plathe's April 13. Elmer Dole took his antique 1911 Ford to Emmetsiburg Saturday and drove in the parade there. Sunday, Elmer and son John took the Ford and a 1903 (Sears) auto buggy to LuVerne for the special Antique Day. The August Robisons, Swea City, were visitors at Mrs. Hazel SabLn's Friday. Wm. Johnson, Hitterdal, Minn., and his nephew Milford Larson have been spending sev- NEVER BEFORE SEEN!... {HUNTING AND FISHING IN ALASKA! All HEW! 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