Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
Page 18
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ft~ALOONA (fewi) ABVANCI fHURSDAY, JUNE 14, a trONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phont 295-2605 i m 11111 m M i n 11 Tho Don Au family returned to Texas a week ago today. They had Attended an Asa family reunion at Rutland on the previous Sunday. They left their 13 year old son Bill at the Ray Gun* uingham farm to remain until August Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter took their son Jim to Northfield Sunday where he remained to take some summer work at St. Otaf .college. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson, Lexington, Neb., with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christensen, of Kearney, Neb., will be guests tonight at the parental K. W. Anderson home. They are en route to Macklnac Island to attend a convention of Bankers Lite Insurance Co. of Nebraska. Harvey Johnson drove to; Des Moines early Monday morning taking John Beiser who entered Veterans: hospital for examination and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa attended a Krantz family reunion held Sunday at Wortnmgton, Minn., and were accompanied by the latter's sister, Mrs. Rea^Hutchison, here irom Waterloo. On Tuesday they drove, to Rochester where Mrs. Asa had a check on her right arm and hand from which the cast was removed on the last trip. From' there they took Mrs. Hutchison to Waterloo and planned to return home tomorrow. Mesdames John Schutter, John Hayes, Joe Tschetter, Eugene Hutchins, Lawrence Huttell, Glenn Graham, and Wm. Novoi- chick were hostesses at a dessert miscellaneous shower held Monday evening in the Methodist church honoring Barbara Bart- iett Who is soon to be married to Jerry Seller. Word was received last week by local relatives ot the death at Chicago on June 8, of Mrs. Samuel Kane, 61, tlie former Rena Wettenaori, and youngest of that family. Rena was born and raised in Algona, was graduated from the local high school and taught in rural schools for a time before going to Chicago. She was 'married to Mr. Kane ih 1952 and they made their in Chicago except for a few years at Tawas City, Mich., to which place they were planning to retire soon. Her funeral was held there last Saturday. Mrs. Kane is survived by her husband, two brothers, Lloyd and Merle, Algona, and one sister, Mrs. Harry Otterson, of Silver Springs, Md., who had been with her lor several weeks before her death. .. , ••• : , - •' ••• .>" ., The Rev. end Mrs. Coughenour drove to Mason City sun- day afternoon to attend the North Iowa Methodist -Conference in session there throgh today. Wes bartlett, lay delegate from the local churcn, has also been in .attendance but. is driving back and forth. Subscription Blank i If you art not already an Advance ftubttribtr, you can tit* eotno oni by filling out tht» form and •nejotinfi a> «h«K A *f caih for $S. You will racalvo tho KOSSUTH COUNTY Ap. VANCE oach Monday and Thursday for a full yoar. Join tho vatt Advance family of roadon todayl NAME ADDRESS — Mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, lo«a — Ex-Algonan featured by Chicago newspaper Advertise in the Advance , Largest PAID circulation POPULAR $ '%M, Ckildctn undir 14 Hotel Dyckmon ' MinntopoMi, Minn. 54402 ion itnd mi color brochure and 1Mn|t t* do and >•• in Mlnntopolii. NAMEJ HtUI Oyckitun, . Mlnn«P«ll«, Minn. 55«Z i «•« '—•. »i«ii_ When you plan to see THE TWINS riv WRITE FOR SPECIAL GROUP RATES' A Chicago paper recently started running a Sunday series on farm or small .town boys who have sought and found success in that city,and the first article was about Bob Beceker, 32, who is with Illinois Bell Telephone, a staff supervisor in the company's general personnel section, where he is concerned with employe problems and relations. Bob is the son of the Carlisle Beckers, now of Central City, where he was graduated from high school, but he was born in Algona and attended school here, rie is a nephew of Mrs. Ev erett Anderson, and the William Beckers are his grandparents. He put himself through college, majoring in business at tne state universty, where he was graduated in 1956, later attending law school in Chicago, and received his law degree at Chicago-Kent college in 1962. During ten years with Bell, Becker has advanced steadily noiamg eight assignments. He lives at Eimihurst with his wife and their two chidren. He is the oldest of the Carlisle Becker's chre children. His father was lormeriy with v the Algona creamery, and is still in dairy worK. When asked by a reporter what is essential to achieve suc- iess, Becker said: "I think self- motivation is the most essential, vjext is setting goals and striving to attain them. Third is luck— and this is something outside yourself which you hope will lappen, and that you can realize ftofli tteeettt guests of the Norman ftJIifttAds tof Craig s confirm* Uon wef© the Fred Johannesons, Bancroft, Ferdie Muelters, Algon*. Wayne Boettchers, Fred Gri- cnerte, Gefle Vaudts, Delbert Geittertauers, Amos Finnestads, Lloyd Fihhestads, John Finne- stads, Milton Geitienauer, Morris FinnesUds, Emmetsburg, and Loreiiz Geitzenauers, Lone Rook.. Mrs. Gladys Smith, Chan and Jim, Sacramento, the Wilfred and Calif,, visited Ray StoebeTs your full does." potential when it Shower given Fenton girl to be married Penton — A miscellaneous shower was given for Karen Banwart, bride-to-be of George Bierstedt, Friday evening at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. Doris Beck was toastmistress. The program included a clarinet solo by Evelyn Bierstedt, piano solo by Jerry Voigt, songs by Derwin Long and Lori Haack, by Irene and Doris Beck, a solo by Irene, and a reading by Der- win Long. Evelyn Bierstedt read Karen's life history. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs. Roger Long, Carl Beck, Lyle Haack, James Bier stedt, Lyndon Kerber, Elmer Grienert, David Berkland, Ken? neth Johnson, Lucille Frink, Raymond Zwiefel, Robert Wegener, and Lloyd Berkland, and Irene and Doris Beck and Evelyn Bierstedt. Reception and shower given Fenton pair Fenton — The Arlan Stegans (nee Lois Kay Voigt), Cedar Falls, were given an open house shower reception recently at the Fenton Methodist church. There were 100 guests at the program which began with meditation by Rev. Russell Eldridge. Mrs. Merle Voigt was the tost- mistress. Mrs. Clifford Douglas gave several readings. A parade of bridal gowns was featured. Gowns of Carrie Vpigt and the late Mrs. William Dodds, both over 60 years old, and Mi's. S. E. Straley, Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. VVil- lard Menz, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Clifford Douglas, Mrs. Frank Mueller, Mrs. Dale Vofgt, Mrs. Burnette Heine, Mrs. Kenley Zwief el, and Mrs. Arlan Stegan were modeled. •^ They were modeled by Reriee Douglas, Mrs. Elmer Grienert, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Dier- wood Voigt, Nadine Weisbrod, Coleen Menz, Margo Rusch, Kathryn Ditsworth, Nicky Mueller, Teresa Voigt, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Terri Voigt, Mrs. Kenley Zwie- :el and Loree Douglas. A duet was sung by Nadine Weisbrod and Dennis Eldridge. Hosts 'were the Willard Mehz- es, Clarence Menzes, Arthur Voigts, Martin Hantelmans, Gerhard Hantelmans, Eugene Hiis- kamps, Dale Weisbrods, Raymond Zwief els, Clifford Doug- lases, Franklin Muellers, Don several days last week. Mrs, Smith and her boys are spending the summer at Lake Okobo- The Ray Stoebers attended the golden wedding of the Carl Jo- hansens at the Sherburn Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Johanr sen is a cousin of Mrs. Stoeber. Doris and Irene Beck have returned to their respective schools for study this summer. Guests of the Ed Uthofs for Diane's confirmation were the Don Uthofs, Dodge Center, Minnesota, Henry Uthof, Des Moines, the Rev. Rex Spicers, Kathy Devan, Ed Mitchell, the Ray Uth- ofs, Paul Cornelius, the Glen Flints, Lloyd Corneliuses, Graettinger, Cheryl Berkland, the Duane Corneliuses of Armstrong, and Lynnette Johnson. mont. .. After t w«ek In liotthem Minnesota they Will live at 232 South Orient St., Fairmont. SeiMCatts ill aUfiiidaiice ill' eluded the Lewis Breeses, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. Alfred Pet' ersen, Mini, Edna Mueller and Mary Hantelman, Fenton, and the Henry Loofts. WED AT MILfORD The Kenneth Thompson, Ber tha Olsen/ and Mrs. Marie Heerdt, Ringsted, attended the wedding of the former's neice, Marlene Gilbert, daughter of the Myron Gilberts, Sunday at the First Lutheran .church at Mil' ford. She was married to Paul A. Letscher, Spencer, A recept' ion followed. Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and Mrs. Harie Heer dt served the wedding cake Others from this area in attendance were Mrs. Myrtle Frost family, Whittemore. son's btothw, le is r^oipt ay, but as yet W at hdtn€. Bettha, OlseA attended a th's, Armstrong, (of Mra. Bald- at »ftghten% , on Satuf day fof Mrs. Brighten'* 8lst birthday. The Everett Withams' were Sunday callers at Oscar Patterson's, Ringsted. The Cecil Baldwins and Tom Nielsen, the Lyle Englands, and the Fred SMtsea, Algona, weie Sunday guests at Dr. C. A, Pla Mrs. Bruce Hill and children, Webster City, were last week' end guests of- the fofttiet's par^ ents, the Olai Oftedahls. Sunday the Oftedahls fend the Hills went to Waltham* Minn., for the day With the Donald Ookkcns. The Raymond Bergums went to the Great Lakes Navel Training station, Chicago, Monday to bring their son James home for a two weeks leave. INJURED BY MOWER Mrs. Donald Cronk, former Seneca girl married at ' Seneca—A Shirley Ann recent Osborn, Senecan, now of Shaws, Derwood Voigts, Dale Voigts, Merle Voigts, Wendell Rusches, Frank McFalls and the Howard Bruhns. ; BREAKS ANKLE BONE Mrs. Rudolph Hannover had three fractures in the ankle as a result of a fall last Wednesday at her home. She is recovering at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Lesli Ann Manly, infant daughter of the Tom Manlys, was baptized at a private baptism at St. Luke's Lutheran church Saturday evening. The Orin Aanon- Fairmont, and Kent Olson, also Fairmont, were married Saturday, June 11, at 4 o'clock at the Methodist church at Fairmont. She is the daughter of the Archie Whitmans, East Chain, Minn., and his parents are the Kermit Olsons, Fargo, N. D. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. R. Nicholas. Organist was Mrs. Gerald Loring, Welcome, Minn., who accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Alan Olsen, San Antonio, Tex., sister-in-law of the groom. Ushers were Morgan Tennyson, Truman, and Jim Weises, Fargo, N. D. Matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, of Truman. Ottor attendants were a sister-in-law, Mrs. Larry Osborn, Fa.rmo.it, and Joan Breese, whOoC home is nuar Seneca. Best man was his brother, Alan Olsen, San Antonio, Texas. Groomsmen were another brother, James Olsen, Fullerton, Calif., and Robert Lasch, Drayton, N. D. The bride's grandparents, the Elmer Letehers, Alexandria, S. D., were present as was Mrs. Agusta Whitman, East Chain. A reception was held at the church for 150 guests who were registered by Linda Bahmueller, Alexandria, S. D. An aunt, Shirley Letcher, served punch, and gifts were opened by Allison McPhail, Fullerton, Calif., Judy Luedtke, Fen ton, Joan Spee, and Wanda Whitman, Fairmont. Mrs. James Olsen, Fullerton, Calif., poured coffee, and Mrs. Eldon Bahmueller, Alexandria, and Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton, cut and served the three-tiered cake. The Dorcas Circle of the Methodist church served with Mrs. Thomas Thompson chairman. , The bride is a graduate of Sentral high school, Fenton, and of Mankato Business college. He was graduated from North Dakota State in mechanical engineering. Both have been employed at Railway Motors at Fair- Senecan, now of Armstrong, is a patient at the Estherville hospital with an injury while mowing the lawn with a power mower. A piece of wire penetrated one of her legs. The Alfred Petersens were guests at Clarence Cheever's, Kingsted, Wednesday for Mr. Cheever's birthday. Martin Wilberg spent from Wednesday to ;FridJay visiting his sister, Mrs. Ida Eischensch- midt, and neice Louise, at Dubuque. He accompanied his son Donald who is in the navy, and who was en route to Jacksonville, Fla., where he will be stationed. The Henry Wilbergs accompanied the Kenneth Halverson to Estherville Sunday for a recept ion at Elmer Lee's for Delmar Lee, who was graduated from Friday. He will a certified pub- Mankato State begin work as lie accountant. The Kenneth Thompson have been frequent callers at Byron Hauge's, Bancroft, for two weeks. Byron, who is Mrs. Thorn- BEAVER CREEK DISTILLERY, INC. STOCK M>t BstgM, Sold art QmM M Ail Offles d CONWAY BROTHERS, INC. DES MOINES/CEDAR RAPIDS, FORT DODGE SIOUX CITY, MOUNT PLEASANT, IOWA FALLS, ALOONA, DENISON AND MASON CITY. 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