Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
Page 9
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*H$. :-,& tMUtSBAY, JUNE 1«, 1f66 ALOONA (!•*•) AOVANCE-3 wa City Friday for the graduiv ttofi of her brother, Dr. Bftice Reimfcrt, graduated in medicine. Dr. Reimers is a former Algona and Corwith resident. The Ricks spent the weekend with Mrs. Mabel Reimers and the Richard Websters in Des Moines. Mr. Ricks returned to Titonka Sunday and Mrs, Ricks and boys remained in Des Moines to visit a Week. Kathleen Eden, daughter of the Envln Edeiis, and student at Ames, has gone to Vltttofl to work as extension summer trainee for Bentoft coutity. ; r ' Arlan Bilsboroughj gUJMiyViile, Calif., came by plane and visited the parental Mauritie Bilsbor- oUghs over the weekend. Me Attended his sister's wedding Friday. The Dr. H. M. Jenners and Phyllis, of Frankfurt, Ind., were guests of the Sophus Nelsoris on Tuesday tnd Wednesday. Mrs, Everett Rippentrop and soil, Denver, Colo., We visiting the J. J. Budlongs. Mrs. Cleo Nelson went by plane to Miami, Pla., for several weeks with her sister, the Leland Meyers. The David Ryders, Bel Aire; Texas, were recent weekend vis> itors with her mother, Mrs. Martha Boyken. The Good Hope Lutheran Bi- ble school closed Saturday. 91 children were enrolled this yeaf for the two Weeks. Teachers included Mrs. John Alke, Mrs. Vi' ona Weithousen, Rose Sleeker, Kristin Rakow, Sheryl Heesch, Mrs. Mark Iverson, Virginia Stecker, Mrs. Henry Stecker, Mrs. Kenneth Beal, Mrs. Edward Boyken, Susan Roberts, Phyllis Sackow, Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. Lowell Bentley, Marvella Stecker, Mrs. Bonno Schutter, Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Mrs. William Tjadeft was substitute teacher. Pupils of fiibie school sang at the morning §erv< ice Sunday and a fellowship hour was held after the service. Plaque — Jack Hitchcock, Marathon, was presented a pla< que in recognition of his 31 years of service to the school there as a member of the board of education and as treasurer. • , &Urfc*J i The Oscar iseftbetgerl Will have their 50th wedding at th«ir home in Stanley, WiS. f My;?iO. Mrs. Burnadine Oph6irt weilt to Ruthven June 13 to stay with the Milton Steven children while their mother' is ill the hospital. '•#«B >m 4 .,*?! "'*.'i - :M *' : 4 \ • X 11 ' 1 ! Bernadine Linnan weds Bernadine Catherine Linnan. 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luke E. Linnan, Algoria'', and Gregory HarIan Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Elbert Sr., of Emtnetsburg, were married on June 11 at a nuptial mass in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated. The bride's attendant was her cousin, Jo Ann Pitsch, Marysville, Kans. The groom's attendant was James Munson, Emmets- .burg. Ushers were Brian Linnan, brother of the bride, of Omaha, and Leo Mann, Graettinger. A reception and luncheon at the Algona Country Club followed the nuptial mass, after which the couple left by car for Fayetteville, N. C., where he is stationed at Ft. Bragg as a member of the 82nd Airborne Division of the U. S..Army. The bride is a graduate of Garrigau nigh school and attended Duchesnc College in Omaha. He is a graduate of Graettinger high school. Organist was Mary Hamilton, Algona, and soloist was Robert Heddinger, Emmetsburg. At the guest book were Miss Marie Thill, Corwith, and Mrs. Gary J. Sapoff, Bancroft. Gifts were dispensed by Elaine Bruch, Algona, and Nancy Elbert, Emmetsburg. Serving cake was Mrs. Brian Linnan, Omaha, and pouring were Judy Eickert, Algona, and Mrs. Jerry Walling, Denver, Colo. Serving punch were Mrs. Sheila. King, Coral Gables, Fla., Mrs. Sylvester Pitsch, Marysville, Kans., and Margaret Reardon, of St. Paul, Minn. Showers given at Titonka for three brides Titonka — Lennicc Bilsbor ough recently was given two miscellaneous showers. May 16 a shower was held at Fellowship hall of the Titonka Methodist church. Corsages were presented to the honoree, mothers and grandmothers. A varied program was presented with Mrs. A. Clark Miller presiding. Assisting at the gift table were Mrs. Oliver Kardocs and Mrs. Ken Huisman. Cheryl Hansen, Gail Moore, Jeanette, Linda and Nancy Richards carried gifts. Mrs. Rollo Moore had the guest book. Mrs. Merle Richards and Mrs. Herman Gruis poured. Hostesses were Mesdames Bernard Phelps, Harold Harms, Harlan Harms, Wilbiir Spear, Clark Miller, Rollo Moore, Harm Huisinga, Ted DeBoer, Henry Radamaker, Henry Van Hove, Art Bartlett, H- W. Kitzinger, Gail Stoddard and Hazel Carroll. • June 4 an informal shower was held for 18 classmates and girl friends. Hostesses were Mrs. Oliver Kardoes and Mrs. Ken. Huisman. Assisting at the gift table were Leann and Linda Gingrich. She was married to Herman, Harm* June 10. JENNER SHOWER Phyllis Jenner was given miscellaneous shower June 7 at . Titonka Methodist church Fel- Photo by Poundstone lowship hall, with 50 guests. Corsages were presented to Phyllis, her mother, Mrs. H. H. Jenner, and the groom's mother, Mrs. Sophus Nelson, by Mrs. Lester Eden. Mrs. Eden presided at the varied program. Cheryl Walrod had the guest book and Brenda Eden handed favors. , Assisting at the gift table were Mrs. Wendel Schutjer and Mrs. Fred Hoffman. Gift carri ers were Barbara Yates, Rachael Eden and Deanna Schutjer. Mrs. Clyde Yates poured. Hostesses included Mesdames Henry Radamaker, J. R. Schutjer, Lester Eden, Ray Walrod, Clarence Schutjer, ErwLn Eden She will marry Michael Nelson July 9. EDEN SHOWER A miscellaneous bridal shower was given May 28 for Sylvia Ed n at the Fellowship hall. Brenda Eden was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Harold Gartner >resided, and presented corsages. Assisting at the gift table were Sathleen Eden, Jolene Martin, (aren Eden, Verna Schutjer and Ardith Loeschen. Janelle Peteron and Rachael Eden carried gifts. Mrs. Wilbur Peterson and Mrs. Vlagdalene Ortman, aunts of Sylvia, poured. Hostesses were Elida Brandt, Edna Eden, Florence Eden, Betty Gartner, Toni Higgins, lilah Keil, Maree Krantz, Doris Leeck, Ardith Loeschen, Beulah Nelson, Lottie Ringsdorf, Alice Rakow, Gertrude Richter, Doris Sathoff, Bonita Schmidt, Verna Schutjer, June Sparks, Hazel Stott, Leota Walrod and Hazel Willis. She will be married to James M. Martin of Rock Island, 111., on June 25. AT GRADUATION The Melvin Ricks went to lo- Asphalt AL says: YOU CAN'T BEAT ASPHALT FOR PARKING LOTS Pave parking lots with asphalt for low first cost and low maintenance. No damage from snow, ice or salt. Snow and ice melt faster, too. SCHULTZ BROS. CELEBRATES ITS "26th" YEAR IN BUSINESS WITH A GIGANTIC "26-DAY" i No Salesmen and Thus No Commissions to Pay Deal Direct with Owners (Wes & Armin) and SAVE! 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See the Yellow Piges or contact Asphalt Paving Ass'n of Iowa, 541 31st, Des Moines, la. • Lots of now ears in stock - with tremendous deals - "on-the- spot" financing. • Lots of used cars -all makes and models in stock - no reasonable offer refused. • Visit our Service Department, staffed by some of the finest specialists ... 89 total years of experience and all are factory-trained to serve you! 175°° in FREE Government Bonds TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON JULY 8th • ON E $100 BON D; ON E $50 BON D; AND ONE $25 U, S, GOVT. BOND If you win a tpwel or rod and reel you are automatically disqualified from winning another BUT YOU ARE STILL ELIGIBLE TO WIN A U. S. GOVERNMENT BOND. i $ a It's our way of saying "Thank You" tor our 26th year SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE A complete stock of factory parts on hand, at all times, to take car* of your every need. • CADILLAC • PONTIAC * BUICK 'TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS IN ALGONA" PHONi 5-3591 "GAS FOR LJ$$" tmtfmtmffifKtmtmt

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