Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1966 · Page 2
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i-~ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 23, 1964 Burl couple •v 2 "i* observe 25th wedding Bur* — Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham Si*,, Vrili .qbserve their silver wedding anniversary - May 29 with an open house at their home irt Burt from 2 to 5 p.m. sponsored by , their children. All relatives and friends are invited. No invitations will be sent. $hey .were married May £1, iMi.at Fairmont, Mnn, Mrs. Cunningham is .the former Viola Voigt, .daughter ,qf Robert Voigt arid' the late , /Amanda Voigt. Merwyn ; is the son of Helen and Joseph .Cunningham, both deceased. There are three children: Joseph and Merwyn, Jr., and Lana, Mrs. Richard Trunkhill, all in Hurt, and three grandsons, Joseph .Cunningham, Jr., and Anthony and David Trunkhill..,'; WILL BE MARRIED The Merle Landmessers, Estherville, announce the ' forthcoming marriage of their daughter Ruth Ann to William Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. . Melvin Hunt, Dolliver. She is a 1963 graduate of Lincoln • Central, high school and is'employed by John Morrell .and .Co. at Esther. ville. He is a 1962 graduate of Lincoln Central ,and will graduate from Mankatb 'State in Ju- 'ne and will be .employed by Monsanto Chemical Co. at St. Louis, Mo. as an/ accountant. The wedding is set for June 11 at St. Patrick's-Catholic church in Estherville. Mrs. Melvin Hunt, Dolliver, is a sister of Helen, John and Dillman Schwietert and Mrs." Lofena Roark, •Burt, a former Burt resident. CLUB HELPS SCOUTS Burt Lions club "met in the Legion Hall May 16. The 6:30 dinner \vas served by Auxiliary members;'Beth ^Miller, Leona Lacy, Thecla Ghristensen and Elva Boettcher. The club voted to set up-a-fund to help .the Boy Scouts purchase equipment for the scout troop. :They : also requested the people of Burt to look in their attics and garages to see if there is any scouting equipment that the scouts could use and to notiifyv Scoutmaster- Troutmss. The attendancei^dra- wing was ,won 'by Lion Soderberg. Merwin Marlow, Lone Rock, was a guest and showed a program of movies of his hunting trips and some rodeos. GRADUATION TUESDAY The : 20 Senjprs; 10 boys and 10 girls, at Burt school are Jane Barslou, Nancy Becker, Douglas Black, Claiid.ine Ci^RSitpn, Merwyn Cunningham, Dallas Curtis, Linda Fairbanks, Jos Fries, Donald Clifford, Victoria Koestler, Lpreli Lavrenz, Robert Lovstad, Connie McFarland, Clyde Moor.e, Robert Ortman, Duane Peter, James Redemske, Judith Spry, Le Ann Wermers and Jean Wood, Baccalaureate was at 8 p.m. May 22 with speaker Rev. Bruce C. Calbreath, Commencement is at 8 p,m. May 24 with speaker Dr. Glenn R. Hawkes, head of child development department at Ames, PICNIC IS PLANNED At the May meeting of Eastern Star members voted to have the usual vacation in July and August, and planned to have the annual family picnic. A plastic floor covering will be installed in the dining room and kitchen. Mrs, Ed Fredrickson and Mrs, Clarke Miller are in charge of purchasing and having the flooring laid. Members are invited to Algona Chapter for their Friendship Night June 23. Hosts at the Cunningham cafe were the S. B. Straleys and C. O. Baileys. BREAKS PELVIS Ifattie Hulterstrom, 87, fell May 14 and is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Alffona, with a fractured pelvis. She is Mrs. Helen Johnson's aunt and stays at her home. Sixteen members and two children attended a one o'clock luncheon May 18 at Ethel Smith's for her birthday. Four tables were decorated with tulips and a pot luck meal was served including a decorated birthday cake. Birthday cards and gifts were reived. Fifty Senior high attended the miRfiting May 18 at B,urt Town JJalJ. Another meeting will be held May 25. Fidelis oja6,s m)\ meet May f5 it Gfcdys iRaweptt's. Proby Erma Prsjtt Roll call, this fall. A cub scout pack, meeting ,will be held Monday at 7:30 in^Blirt school gym for 1 awards and games. Racant weekend guests aj IJf, it G\ ,Cia|&addle's .home wefrife the tor Hkbart, jy. dr.ays, fit gin, 111. They met when both families spent the winter at Me Allen, Texas., May 22 the Djr, Dean Clapsaddles, dear Lakei Were guests at the CUnningjhahl Cafe of the .T. G. Clapsaddles. They spsnt the afternoon at ,the Clapsaddle home. Mrs. Vjfffi. -F*. Gil^tier, Mason bity, spent Saturday at ihV (Mapsaddl^ home. Mrs. Gildner is the fprmer Rachel Clapsaddle. ,Recent, guests at the pe g ap Andrews home -were tt. and Mrs. Lynn Struthers and Lisa who just returned from l 1 /^ years tour, of .duty in the Aleutians. The Dale Struthers, Algona t and Michael Scotts and Armari- de were also guests. Guests Sunday at W. Bpettcher's were the Howard Geesmans, Bancroft; Mrs. C. Schemmel, Swea City; the Emil Weisbrods, Fenton, and the Joe Delores Ann, daughter of the Jack Krebsbachs, Swea .City, and Richard Louis Kahler, son of the Herman Kahlers, Bancroft, were married May 14, -10:30 a.m. in the Ledyard Sacred Heart .Catholic church. ;Rey. jRpbert Thiele' performed the double ring .cere*- 'mpny. •'•' '• : ..''; -• ' * : - • ' Matron of hpnpr was Mrs. Albert Kanler, sister-in-law of the groom, and the bridesmaid was .Mrs. Marvin Becker, cousin. ,of the bride. Attending the groom were Donald Krebsbach, ibrpther of ' goom's ushers were Albert Serving as Kahler ' and ' l ' ' A reception for ,225 guests was he;ld at the. Bancroft ball- robm. ''• ' ."" ,.;' V: '.'':';";:'';;•.' -' Mrs. Kahler is a 1965 graduate of Ledyard high school and a 1966 graduate of La 'James College of hairityling in Mason City. She will operate a beauty salon in Briit. Mr. Kahler, a 1962 St. John's graduate,' is 'currently in .the U. S: army. son sold poppies over the weekend- The money is used for rehabilitation and child welfare projects. The poppies are made by disabled veterans in the hospitals. Thei Legion and VF^ Auxiliary committees will meet May 28 in Burt Legion Hall to make wreaths and bouquets for Memorial day. •;•. . : There 'Will be a ; Cub Scout pack meeting at 7:30 p.m. May .23 in the school gym. Awards will l»e presented. There will be games w,ith competition be^- tweeh dens! Girl Scouts are planning a Mothers Tea May 26. ^Fourth gr^de, pupils and. spqn- sbrslenjoyea a^tbur to ; Fo>BDoo? ge May 18. Second grade pupils and sponsors went to Fairmont May 19. There will be an Award Assembly at 1 p.m.. May 27 at Burt school auditorium. Fortnightly club will meet May 27 at Beth Miller's. The J. L. Millers attended the 8th grade graduation and awards night at Titonka May 17. Their grandson Timothy Miller was one of the graduates. Mrs. Betty Eilders7 her husband and family, Stewartville, Minn., will move to the Robert Lovstad hpuse until the Klop- pens move from'-the Arie Dittmer house. Mrs. Eilders will teach second grade in the Burt £cho<QL'next yearly i^ '^^''^ "•'CUb scouts na'&^n|4r1«st1lln meeting for the! season; until STARLITE TONIGHT; TUESDAY WEDNESDAY mmcm-muoum SECOND FEATURE ALGONA TONJGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY te?w - i iP* AlflRSWT "»»»• r ffi»TKi^y, Auxili»ry members ind^ ichool girls under direction of M (^afrnnjfl Mire? Bghfl-i l«4 ! JEJoleys, Sanborn. f§. Viola Mtbojiiald Spent the .weekend with her daughter 'rancss in SioUJc City,' She Ls a nuslc major lit MorningSide rpUege jind was one pj the jsd- oists Sunday at itie production perforntance of "Creation" giv- etl by the Mqrntngside choirs and Sioux City choral groups. Friday they attended the Dimmitt Hall Mother and Daughter >anquet at the college. The Herbert Valentines, TrU- man, Minn., have returned from ;he winter in Texas. "They re- lort th,e ,citr,us .crop in Texas ooks exceptionally good. The onion crop was just being harvested and they brought one Home that measures i8 indies in diamter. The Valentines are former Burt residents. Mrs. Valentine, formerly Tillie Dexter, graduated ;frbm Burt high ichpol iii 1913. ^The ,Gpod JVill Truck from Sioux City will be in Burt June 6. Leave material with 'Mrs. J. L. Miller, the supply secretary, before that* date. The H. J. Lacys spent the weekend in Milwaukee with a daughter, the Donald Hrycays. ".''•i|he Nels Nelspns were fishing at Leech Lake, Minn, and visiting relatives the past week. The Roland Chafees attended the funeral of E. H. Olson Thursday at the Nazarene chu- rch in fcrilt. They were former neighbors. THe V.^.W. Auxiliary', will ni§et May 28r t , Th? Donald Mitfi'heils have purchasad the Dr. J. O* former office building and ed served' punch. Host and hostsis Were -Mr. anft Mrs. R. J.i Vaug'h&n ' will either rent it as an office and ftiflgsfcd. or remodel it as an apartment. om P A ocahon,t|s, Ft. Dodge, Bend, WliittetHore, Minneapolis, ,The bride ,is r , ^resefttation' Afcadi h>ore, £hd is aduate of Whitte- at St. Ain M op;ry 1 irtir ciafl. The gt&om attended St. John's "at Bancroft; and is em- ployetf^By" 'gfchneider tt Son, carp&nitars, ftahd-oft. Algona girl is married to Bancroft man Madonna Marie Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert, - Algona, was married May .7 to James C. Alvey, son^of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Alvey, Bancroft at St. Cecelia's, Rev. Fr. Bruch 'officiating. Barbara Elbert, Ft. Dodge, was maid of honor. Elmer Schneider, Jr., Algona, was' best man. Acolytes were Anthony Schneider, Mike Crptty, Vince' |isser and Terry IByam. Mary Loebach was soloist and /Sister M. Joseph Marie was organist. . At the reception, Janice and Debra Crptty had the guest book; Mrs. Elmer Scnneider, Jr. and Mrs. John Jensen, Ring- HOME SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 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