Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 17
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Norlh Kossuth couple have 25th wedding Swea-Eagle _ About 60 relatives jdined the Harvey C. Lar- sens Memorial day for a brunch, following services a-t Reynolds park, Swea City, for their 25th wedding. The observance was held at the Larson home and v&s sponsored by the children, Carmen Larson, Manitowoe, Wis., Caryl Larsen, Northfleld, Minn., and James and Julie at home. Harvey C. Larsen, son of the 1 Otto Larsens, and Myrtle Evelyn Holcomb, daughter of the P. A. •Holeombs, were married at the home of her father, May 30, 1941, with his brother, Dorf, now of Miami, Fla., and Mildred Tho- rcson (Mrs. George King, Council Bluffs), as attendants. Rev. Bory was the officiating pastor. The Cecil Thoresons and Walter O'Green were vocalists at the wedding. Ruth Wallentine Fenema, a niece of Mrs. Larsen, registered the guests in the same guest book that was used for the wedding 25 years ago. PASTOR IS RETIRING Mrs. S. Hammer, Gilmore City, and her daughter, Mrs. Duane Nelson, Dodgeville, Wise, were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Barrel Bishop. Rev. Hammer is retiring, and with Mrs. Hammer, will make his home in Humboldt, and will be the visitation pastor of the Methr odist church there. Rev. and Mrs. Hammer have been at Gilmore City, where he has been the pastor for the Methodist churches there and at Rutland for the past seven years. Mr. Hammer served the Swea City Methodist church for 14 years prior to that. Mrs. Nelson is here to help Rev. and Mrs. Hammer move to their new home at Humboldt. The Nelson children have been staying at the Bishop home. On Wednesday, Mrs. Nelson left for home with her son, Kirk, and Cameron Bishop, who will visit there for a time. Kimbcrly Nelson will visit at the Bishop home. Mrs. Vernon Lanning of Rhodes, Iowa was a Saturday afternoon guest at the Chris Feddersen home. She is a niece of Mr. Feddersen. Sunday, Mrs. Chris Feddersen and Catherine were noon lunch guests at the home of Mrs. James Stillman, Dolliver, for former Dolliver teachers. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Feddersen, Marie Clausen, Mrs. A. J. Kramersmei- er and Mrs. Lanning attended a buffet supper for Alumni at the Bolliver school. Mrs. Robert Himes and Lorine of Los Alamos, New Mexico, and Mrs. Louella Himes of Mason City are at the Francis Torine home for an extended visit. Mrs. Robert Himes is a daughter of the Torines. Tom Kokler, Bill Ewing and Tom Hurlburt are employed in Minneapolis for the summer. Caryl Larsen will be at Richfield, Minn., for the summer playing for Sunday services, and will be counseling for high school students attending Economics Institute at St. Olaf College at North field. Mrs. Virgil Peterson and daughters of New Brighton, Minn., visited her mother, Mrs. Mamie Barker, Fairmont, and relatives in the Swea City area the past week, including the Bernard Petersons, and the William Tobins and their families. Andrew Brones and Jay Brones attended the funeral of a cousin of Jay Monday at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. David Earp, daughter of the Maynard Jensens, left their three children at the home of the Jensens while they vacation iti the faarks. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seylar (Bonnie O'Gfeeh) became the patents Of A soft, Timothy Jon, born May 28. H6 weighed 9 ib. 8 02. Grandparents are Mr. arid Mrs. Walter O'Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Kertneth Seylar, Ala- mfida, Calif. Great-grandparents here are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morrow, Fox Lake, Minn., and Mrs. Ida O'Green'. The address of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seylar is 230 Gardner St., Vallejo, Calif. The Walter O'Greens attended commencement at Fairmont, Minn., arid* were among, other guests at the Bill Klusendorf home for Kathleen Kittelson. Glen Morrow of Fox Lake Minn., father of Mrs. Walter O'Green, was hospitalized Sunday morning at the Fairmont Community hospital for treatment. Mr. r and Mrs. Eugene Rippentrop of Truman became the parents of their first child, a 9 Ib. 1 oz.- boy, Steven Eugene, at the Fairmont Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malsom of Fairmont are the grandparents. The family of Everett Rippentrop attended the y silver wedding of her brother and his wife, the Herman Tappers of Marathon, Wis., at the Masonic Temple at Buffalo Center, Saturday evening. All of the Tapper brothers and sisters (11) were together for the first time in four years. They came from Cedar Rapids, Marion, Algona, Titonka, Buffalo Center, Swea City, and Blue Earth/Minn. Dinner guests last Sunday after Confirmation of their daughter, Judy, at the Floyd Montgomery home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holl, Bolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lindell, Armstrong, and Mrs. J. H. Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bromley of Clinton were weekend guests at the home of his sister, the Truman Johnsons. Sunday evening, the Johnsons and Bromleys attended an alumni reunion and banquet at the Bolliver school, at Bolliver. Attending Commencement at Kiester high school Thursday evening for their nephew, Larry Buhman, son of the William Buhmans, were Mr .'and Mrs. Andrew Brones, Mr. arid Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Marna, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. All were guests at the Buhman home, along with other relatives, following the program. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Tobin and family drove to Sioux City Thursday to bring their daughter, Marjorie, home at the conclusion of her freshman year at Morningside college. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet Ottosen Mrs. Donald Other Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Movick have moved back to their home, after living in the Kelley apartment for several months. Mrs. Lenhard Holden, cancer chairman for Wacousta township, reports $69.40 was receiver. Her helpers were Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Victor Meyer, Herman Coffin, Mrs. Arnold Brodale and Mrs. Merle Carlson: The Eldon Ellingsons, of West Concord, Minn., spent the weekend with the Melvin Ellingsons. They attended a high school reunion at D M. T. Saturday night and the one at Ottosen Sunday night. The Br. Wayne Truesdells, of Becorah, were Saturday callen at Loren Daniel's. The Trues- dells were overnight guests of her mother, Mrs. Kate Shursen. The Arthur Longseths, Manchester, visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Longseth Sunday. Sara Usher returned to Ames Monday to attend summer school. She had visited her parents, the Donald Ushers, for a week. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen called at Mrs. Ragna Bremsen's, Rolfe, Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Debbie, Ann and Peter, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at Margaret Holt's. Mrs. W. G. Cooper visited the Bewey Lannings, Bradgate, Sunday. Mrs. Lanning has been in the hospital. The Clifford Thompsons and Howard Hungers, Humboldt, were weekend guests at Paul Kampen's. The Charles Taylors, Kansas City, and Mrs. Helen Rasmuson, Bishop, Calif., were Tuesday guests at Donald Usher's. The Wilbur Stones, Rochester, N. Y., were afternoon visitors. The Stones, who have visited here a while, returned home Wednesday. The Ladies Rural Club met on Thursday afternoon for their end of the year picnic at Mrs. Mike Coyle's. They decided to have their flower and hobby show Sept. 1. • The Chester Almes were Wednesday visitors at Richard Krause's, LuVerne. The Edward Zinnels were Thursday visitors at Bonald Usher's, to see Mrs. Helen Rasmuson, visiting" there. • '";."..'.' and Mrs. Jack frtttifchili mA family of Buft, Don OiefJf, croft and Mafie Diets of inont Were Sunday guests in the Jandl horHe.' Mr. aftd Mrs. Leo Clark arid Daisy Stevenson of Brltt Were Wednesday afterhoon visitors in the Ray Fitch home. MfsV faith Ross of Claretnonty Calif.. Mrs. Ernie Raney and Mrs. Beth ftds* mussen of Liver more wet£ Thtl 4 rsday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Howard Clark of Grand Mda* dow, Minn., was a sup^peif iaind overnight guest. Mrs. 'dirk came to visit her mother, Mrs. Lilly Buhkofske, who has been ill in the Johnson rest hontfe The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon, June 9th, in the home of Shirley Lbvstad. Three members were absent. Atr tending were Ella Lampe; Effie Teeter, Josephine Arend, Edith Jandl, Esther Williams, Hazel Larson, Elizabeth Kennedy, A1-. leda Harms, ElgeHa Young and Shirley Lovstad. Roll call' was, "Where I would like to take my vacation." The next meeting 1 be held. Thursday afternoon July 14, in the home of Mrs. Ela Lampe, at Bancroft. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy- and son Paul went to Fort Oodgie on justness last Friday. • •-• Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Fisher of Titonka were 'Monday evening visitors of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul. Mr. and Mrs.' Lawrence-'Govern spent three days in north' ern Minnesota fishing at. Lost Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Wiiifc ney Jr. arid family of tteiavan, Minn., were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harold Andreasen home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore and Mr. Elrick Fritz took Mrs. Bavid Fritz arid little son to her home at Hillsdale, Wis., aftef she spent a few days here visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Govern and son of Riceville and Mrs. Ella Govern of Bancroft visited Tuesday in the Vince and Lawrence Govern home. "Blessed are the poor, they don't have to borrow to pay their income taxes." *!»•••• •••••«ft•••«•••••• ALGONA (law*) ADVANCES SERVICEMEN ™«°"'"»*'«•"« •»•«••*•*»*••••••••••*•• SOLDIER PROMOTED Seventh 0. 1 Army, Germany (AHTNC) — Raymond C. Spry, 19, son of the Charles M. Sprys, Burt, was promoted to specialist four May 17 in Germany where he is assigned to the 440th Signal Battalion. He is a telephone lineman with the battalion's Company C near Kaiserslauteriii Germany, entered the Army in June 1964 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He has been overseas since March 1965. He was graduated from Burt high schdbl in 1964. TWO btCOMfc MARINt^ San Diego — Maflyn L. Mel' mers, son of the Raines ttelmerl of Algona, and Frank A, Muel : ler, son of the Arthur B. Muellers Sr., Loti* Rdtk, w^rt recently graduated from Marine Corps rfecruit trairtittg. They will now have four we^ks Of individ' ual combat training and four weeks of basic specialist. training before being assigned to a unit. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Episcopal htri This Sunday, June 19, fiishe Gordon V, Sfflith.rofitn^EpiscoJ pal Diocese of Iowa, will ; ttiak«3 His annual visitation ,'to* ,Stf Thomas' church, Alggtia, ,A CO* firmalion ttass will MS pr esented to' Bishop Smith fof 'itte I%i ri & On Of'Hands at the morning service. Tire confirmation jwill be followed by a parish dittnei* in the Undercroft honoring-Bis^ hop Smith and" the newly cotf» finned. ' , & CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Pr>niiurm With 6a* Purchases at our station. You'll Like It! VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. "HoBwbolldine 1$ Oir Sp«i«H»" Wt'H «ppr»ci«tt • chance to es.. tiniato without obligation on any town or farm construction. CONSTRUCTION CO. . Phone V^O BURTJOWA H BEST BUY WHOLE HOUSE CONDITIONING GREEN spent the Memorial day weekend at Le Mars visiting their daughter and family, the Kenneth Hosses. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan spent Tuesday of last week at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Guerdet had friends and relatives at their home as coffee guests following Commencement at Armstrong high school Monday 'evening, May 23, in honor of their son Dwight. Sunday evening picnic guests at the Leo Guerdet home for the birthday of Mrs. Dennis Guerdet were the latter lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hatten and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Guerdet. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop, Evelyn and Dwayne, attended the wedding of a rela^ tive at Vinton, and were Friday overnight visitors. Tuesday evening last week, their birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom, with Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt assisting. Mrs. Herman Askland, Sr., and Mrs. Gunnard Larson were honored guests. About a dozen ladies attended. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad entertained about 50 relatives and friends at an after Commencement exercises reception n honor of their son Robert. The 50 relatives and friends ame from Sac City, Algona, Lone Rock and Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jandl and 'amily of Hutchinson, Minnesota ^pent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl. Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock, Woden, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Trunk- hill, Burt, Catherine Trunkhill, Algona, and Charles were Sun- lay evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and family, Mr. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE POUR OOOBNESS By Tbs GLASSFUL.. MILK Milk's Good . . •id Good for You You never outgrow your need for milk! 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