Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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wedding is observed by eouple at Burt Mori*— The Odey Cherlattds hid their silver wedding Jutte 1ft with open house, 2:30 to 5 p,h%, '- at .St. John's Lutheran thiirdi in Burt. fLuella Bleich and Odey Cher land Were married June 1, 1941 atySt. John's Lutheran church R*V. If R. Richman officiating "The four attendants in t 1941 we- rte' present at the anniversary th^.Vernon Gronfors, Shakopee Minn., and Mrs. Elmer Krause ahd Amy Cherland. S lt*hy11is Cherland registered 176T guests. iThe ^Carl Reynolds Vitere 'dining room: hosts and Mrs. Warner Streucker was tea table chairman. Mrs. Frank Root, Blair, Nebr., poured. Chery Krause and Janet Cherland ser ved punch. Mrs. Vernon Gron for and Mrs. Elmer Krause cu ahd served cake. Mrs^ Albert Bleich presented corsages. Shar- oti "Krause and Evelyn Cherland had charge of gifts- Waitresses were Melba Krause>|: Marilyn Cherland, Kathy Bergum, Becky Jensen, also David Krause and Steve Cherland; tlti the kitchen were Mrs. Lyle Marlow; Alvina Hasse, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Art Person, Mrs. Henry Jensen; Mrs. Gerald Soderberg, Mrs. Floyd Koepke and Mrs. Art Leek. •; •: : ". : /v :;•-'•, Dinner was served to 40 relatives and friends at noon. : .The program chairman was Ate. Frank Long and pianist was Judy Kraft. Songs were by Robert Long and Marilyn Cherland. Cheryl Krause playedj : a flute solo and Evelyn Cherland and .Sharon Krause read poems. A saw solo was played by Mrs. Ted Jensen. Congratulations were by Melba Krause, and Audrey Bergum sang a solo. Prayer was by Janet Cherland,'and devotions were by ; Phyllis Cherland. • Guests were from Wisconsin, • South. Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa. The Tilden Cher- lands, Highmore, S.D., and Mrs! Leonard Ka lies tad, Miller, S.D., were guests at the Elmer Krause's in Fenton and attended. ? * ' * i -, ^ count of noses here THE JOB OF taking the census for Algona began Tuesday and Special Census Supervisor Mrs. Paul Bell (at far right) is shown with the 10 workers who will take the census this week. / The ten were sworn in as federal census employees for the duration of the,census here and after four hours, of instruction and training, began counting noses Tuesday night. It is hoped to have the census completed by Saturday night. v .;;; , Shown, starting at far left center is Ken Harris, and then around the circle'are Mary Straub. Marcie Long, Lois MennekeV Jeahette Peter, Mi's. Bell, Diane Smith, Trudy Bar- "''tholOmeW'i Dorothy Zeigler,-Mark Beringer, Virginia Bierstedt Mrs. Bell is no newcomer'to Algona. She is the former Gladys Rising, sister of Vaughn Rising, and she. grew up here , and was employed at the Chrischilles Store for a time in the 1930's. She has been a census supervisor out of the St. Paul Regional office for the past eight years, living in Ottumwa. This is her 19th special census. , '" v Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. CHURCH U.P.W. GROUP MEETS met Wednesday at and the Stokely Van Camp plant. .,-: ;' /'•'., TWINS ARE" BORN The Rlchar'd StrOuses have twins, a 6 Ib. 6 oz. boy and 6 Ib. girl born June 19 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. He is coach at Burt school. Kent Andrew, son of the Andrew Harms, was baptized June 19 at Burt Methodist church by Rev. M. C. Davies. Guests for dinner of the Andrew Harms were the Jess Harmses, Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy, the Droe- gertmllers, Fairmont and Jerry Wieners. Mrs. Carl Schipull, Lu Verne, visited Sunday at Alvin Baumgard's. She is Mrs. Baurngard's mother: Harold Schipull .Visited his father, August Schipull: D. W. Eddy, Forest City, re. turned home from Rochester and is much improved after treatment. The Howard Geesmans and the Francis Menkes, Bancroft, were visitors Sunday at John Geesman's. ' ' , . , Joyce; Angus, who attends Bernell's beauty school in Fort Dodge,, spent the weekend at home. She will complete 'her Burt Presbyterian church, with honorary members as special guests. They were Marie Gr'ov- er, Algona; Lulu Ringsdorf, Amelia Polhemus, Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Mrs. George Patterson, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge. Absent were Mrs. Lillian Meinzer and Mrs. Lettie Vogel. A gift Was presented to each honorary member. Maxine Angus had devotions. A duet was sung by Nancy, Linda and Janet Becker. Angus Cotton showed slides and told of his trip to Japan. Hostesses were Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Mrs. HarieyTroutman, Jr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. course July 27. The George Beckers Give stereo r Leon* Smith «nd Mary Sch< waubauefi both elementary tea* chefs in the local school system, returned recently from a trip through the southwest. They left here June 4 atld their first stop was at Hooper, Nebr., to visit Mary's parents. ,They journeyed on'to Albuquerque, N. M. r this Petrified Forest and Painted De* sert, saw both the south and north rim of the Grand Canyon; Mrs. Leroy L«u has returned from a trip to California having left May 26 with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Virden of Leon At Covina they visited with Mrs. Gammill and at Fullerton they were guests of Mrs. Eugene Myers as well as various other southern California places with Mends and relatives. - '•.',;• Mrs. Clara Pompe has r«< turned from a visit at Wiaterldo with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cava* naugh. 'Mrs. Pompe is continuing as housekeeper for Clarence Macumber. v ^ • Mrs. Herbert Hobbs, nee Beefy Wetzel, is here from ;• Long Beach with her parents, Mr and Mrs. R. W. WetzeL Mr Hobbf is on duty overseas., The sort Wetzel has also been attending college at , Mankato, Minn, and during his summer item Buhmaftti Jr., daughter of the Jay W, Bronef Swea City, • of the William J fl Me welfc married at the Grant Me- tiiodM church, Jtui&J, 1941, With Rev. Broberg officiating, Attendants were her cousin, MiS§ Edith BfiMies, Forest City, aftd har bfO'ther Andrew Bron* u. The Btihmahrts have four sons, Ronald, who with his wife,lives at Martkato, and Larry, Ca-< i«ll, and Dwane, at home. The wedding is reported to be the first wedding at the Grant Methodist church. ..! To be married Bonnie K. Bacon, daughter of the Merrill Bacons of Walthani, Minn., and granddaughter of the Henry vGuderians, Algona, will be married "next Saturday evening, June 25, to Edward L. "»* . . • *•"_ _'_ _. . . ' •••*• mt- _ />laC Minn. ATTEND REUNION The Godfredsons held a 17th reunion June 1^ at Swea City with 75 present. Six of the living brothers and sisters were able to attend. For NettJ. God-.. fredson, it was the first time all of his descendants were present. Prizes were avvardod to Mrs. Myers for coming the greatest distance, Mrs. David Hankins, Algona, for the youngest child. and Nels Godfredson for all of the family being present. CLASS REUNION The Harold Joneses attended graduating the in attendance will be,the grand parents with their grandson Stephen ,Guderian. who Arrived by plane from California last week- here is employed with .the Cow-, end;; also ; the Floyd Bacons* the an corporation. Mrs, Hobbs will Les Wildins and Doug Wildins, the Jim St. Johns, the Carol Frasers, and John: Kadows, Mrs. Nina Kraoht and Linda Sue; Mrs. Harriett Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. John Berninghaus, Mr. and Mrs. Jim.Sparks. The Guderians will go on Friday for the rehearsal dinner and remain till Monday in order to attend a family picnic on Sunday. ' PICTURED ABOVE are O. L. Nasby of the Xtood Samaritan Home and Corrine Schimel (left) and June Krull of the Zeta Xi chapter of the"Beta Sigma Phi sorority. They recently presented the home with eight stereo long-play records and a record holder as one of the local chapter's community service projects. Corrine Schimel is. the president of Zeta Xi, and June Krull is chairman of the project; Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. be joined here in August her mother-in-law Mrs. George Hobbs of Reno, Nov. for the trip home. Mrs. Robert Reilly has belatedly announced the birth of a daughter, Susan Elizabeth, April 22 to her son Jerry and his wife at Indio, Calif. Mrs. Robert Reilly is leaving soon for a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reilly. Jerry has been teaching at Indio but is attending a summer session at Claremont, working on his Masters degree in Fine Arts. Funeral services were held Friday for Mrs. T. P. Joyn.t, 85, mother of Mrs. Vernell Ludwig. Mrs. Joynt has for some time been a Mason City nursing home connected with a hospital there. Interment was made at Clear Lake where she and her late husband had lived many years. Sister Mary Patrice, of tal June 14 at her home. Parti- dpatihg were Cynthia Baade, • spent I Beverly Beenken, Laura arid Saturday at Ventura and Clear Rhonda Boekelman, Angela PICNIC IS PLANNED Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom acted as Worthy Matron at the O.E.S. June meeting in the absence of Mrs. Merlin Davies who attend- nnual Methodist Cpnfer- Mason; City ?witKf Rev. i. ; Plans were made for the annual family picnic to be held July 10 at Crystal Lake. This picnic is for all Masons and families as milies, well as .the O.E.S. fa- Lake area on a fishing trip and had a picnic supper at Mackin : tosh Woods park. *: v The Oscar Muellers, Muscoda, Wis., were guests Sunday and Monday at Odey Cherland's and attended their silver Wedding open house. Paul Espe, band'teacher for Burt school, reports the first band concert'will be held Wednesday, June 29. :., The Rayniond Westlings and Clarence j Westlings, Barnum, are •spending this Week on a fishing, ti-ip to Norway Lake near Wilmar, Minn., and to Ruth Lake in northern Minnesota. * BettyJ. Koestler is in 'charge of the beauty shop while Marion is gone. The John Geesmans and Ear Geesman; were guest* June at Larry Gisch's Jr., 'Algona. The A; Cf Hinckleys spent the weekend in Sioux City at Jam es Brehm's. Mrs, Brehm is the former Carilyn Hinckley.. Boeckholt, Lanelda Gingrich, SURPRISE DINNER ,A surprise birthday dinner was served June 19 at the home of Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton for Mrs. Gladys Hawcott. Others present were Mrs. Etta Holdren, Mrs. Rhoena Behse, the Wallace Hawcotts and Kenneth. The evening was spent Viewing pictures taken on the trip tes. through the Western sta- DATE SOTH WEDDING At Martin Becker's, Algona, •11 the children and their families were home for a pot luck flipper Father's Day Sunday. Pl^ns were made to observe the 50th wedding of the Martin Beckers June 26 with open house, g to 5 p.m., at the VFW hall in Algona. AH relatives and friends are invited. CLASS PRESIDENT Duane Hinckley returned last week from a two weeks insurance course in Chicago. He was elected president of the and received i fitted brief and autographed, book, an4 now agent for Combined Insurance Co., America. T0UR IS PATEP U $t I Cjrcle is planning a tour of Fairmont July 12. "P-Jan t9 l^ave §t 9 s.m,. from Eryjn Ul|§s farm, .an4 tftyr Jfteihl fit, a smorgasbord dinner, is visit to GiJmorc Glass factory Isebrand, Pamela Ludwig, Nola Pannkuk, Ronda Hey- Viola and Diane Spear and Margaret Stecker. The V.F.W. Auxiliary met June .7 with Ellen Boelkes; Twe- ve members were present with Mrs; Elizabeth 'receiving the door prize. ; :''••• .;; .•••':••.'.•' •;. •.•' • Glen Miller lias started working*: as an electrician, at Oliver Corp,, in Charles City. His family' plans to move there in the came from Texas, California, Washington, and South Dakota. UNCLE IS DEAD The Jack Recces attended the funeral of his uncle, Glen R*-e- ce. Mr. Reece died after he was injured by a machine where he worked. Mr. Reece, 46, lived at Des Moines, where funeral services were held, with graveside rites at Ledyard Sunday. taken to Rochester, Minn. She suffered a broken jaw. She is well known here having for many years been a- Registered Nurse at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore have 'been visited a few days by their daughter. Mrs. John De Blauwe and little daughter Sheila of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sigsbee and family are leaving Saturday Mrs. Mervin Johnson & children were. in Humboldt Thursday to bring her sister and sons, Mrs. C. K. Myers and sons, Virginia Beach, Va., here for the summer. The Truman Johnsons and Mervin Johnsons attended the Miss Minnesota pageant at Austin, Judy Hanson, Miss. Fairmont, was one of the contestants. The David Fitzes, Sioux Falls, S.D., and Oral Headricks, Cur- The final Gold and Silver Ho- ' ...... . ' — nor Rolls for the second semes-l Marv ' Bonnstetter, at Titonka opened on June 6 Titonka — The Titonka summer recreational program started June 6 including Pee Wee, Midget, Little League and high school baseball, junior and senior high school girl's Softball, recreational and Red Cross swimming at the Buffalo Center pool, CIRCLES TO MEET Titonka Methodist W.S.C.S. Circles are to meet June 22. Rae Circle meets at Mrs. Stanley Harris's with Mrs. Dale Higgins, assistant. The lesson is by Mrs. Eldon Attig and devotions by Mrs. Lou Huber. Lois Circle meets at Mrs. with Mrs. Joe . Lyle Patterson; teacher in Ti tonka, has been selected to at tend a National Science Founda tion summer institute at the uni versity of Houston, Texas, from June 6 to July 15; The; Robert Reynolds have a son, Darin Samuel, born June 9 at the^Britt hospital. He weighed 8 Ib;, 1% oz. Maternal grandmother, is Mrs. Eva Kuchenreuther and paternal grandmother, Mrs, Julia Reynolds, Wanda and Thomasa Hudson, Minneapolis, have been at Mrs. Mary Young's a week, Monday callers ; were Mrs. Jay Budlong, Mrs. David Roberts, Mrs. E. Peterson and Mrs. L. Schroeder. John Boekelman, co- hostess. She also leads devotions and the lesson is by Mrs. Lester Eden. Norma Circle will uieet one week later, June 29 with Mrs. Meivin Ricks, an«i Mrs. Leo Richter, co-hostess. The lesson by Mrs. Heiko Boelkelman aruj devotions by Mrs. Mary Budlong. Music studsnts of Mrs. Richard Beejoken gave a piano reci- SOCIETY WALKER SHOWER A miscellaneous shower was given for Diane Walker, bride- to-be of Dennis R. Fritz, Wesley, Monday evening, June 6, at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona- Mrs. Lester Walker was toastmistress. The program included a clarinet duet by Marlene and Susan Groan, a song by Roger, Sandra, Becky, and Carol Walker, and a skit forecasting Diane's future by Mrs. Jessie Jimenez and Miss Betty Walker, sister of the bride-eleot. Readings were given by Mrs. Lester Walker an4 Mrs. Tim Klein. Many useful gifts were received. Hostesses were Mi's. Marian Wegener, Mrs. Raymond Vigdal, Mrs. Jerry MMrthur, Mrs. Clifford Lovstad, Mrs, Harlan Wehr- spann, Mrs. Earl Cooper, Mrs, William Broesder, Miss Berniee Walker, Mrs. Lester Walker, Mrs. Harold Walter, Mrs. Meivin Pompe, Mrs. John Groan, Mrs. ter at Garrigan high school was announced this week. A total of 69 students were on the Gold Honor Roll and 58 oh the Silver Honor Roll. They were as follows: GOLD HONOR ROLL Freshmen — Mary Becker, Timothy Boekelman, Rebecca Bormanh, Nancy Courtney, LaVonne Dorweiler, Jean Goetz, Darrell Lentsch, Margaret Lack- teig, Ann Loebach, Kathryn Long, Kevin Lynch, Betty McGuire, Mary Kay Miller, Ruth Neppl, Mary Reding, Pamela Si mons, Judy Venteicher. Sophomores — Bonita ,Dahlhauser, Mary Ann Eischen, Susan Elbert, Ronald Gilbride, Timothy Molacek, Linda Nitchals Patricia Reiling, Patricia Scherer, Juniors — Judith Berger, Ju dith Besch, Rebecca Black, Kathleen Boudewyns, Kathleen Craw ford, Glenn Elbert, Michaela El bert, Dwight Gilbride, Frances Goecke, Esther Hildman, Jean Kayser, Joan Kohlhaas, Lynette Lappe, Rebecca Lickteig, Leon ard Loebach, Patricia; McGuire bwt, „ Karen •"Uchsen, Howard Kayser, Catherine Kollasch, Rae Ann Kol- ascjiv ;Ruth Lappe, JacqueUne Miller,. Christine Obrecht, Kevin O'Birien, David Roethler. Jfagg, Mjf . Purwo04 Arthur, Mrs- Wilnier Miss Betty Walker and Migs The wedding will be June 25 at the Trinity Lutheran church. Sandra FJ- Fuchsen, Kenneth and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig. •j s "Dutch" Honsbruch joined his wife Sunday at their, trailer' house at the Okobojis. ! Mrs. Hazel Vera, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Mrs. Rx>se Sigs- >ee went to Mason City where Mrs. Vera had an appointment or a periodic check-up. , Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hobbs of Omaha, Neb. spent the weekend at Irvington with Mrs. Hobbs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Cassel, Gary Srdman, Jeanne Ewen, Michael Gaj-nian; Rebecca flilbert, Shar on .Hildman, Phyllis Lichter, Donald Long, William Muller, Mora Nurre; Karen .Otis, Sharon Reilly, Robert Schmitt, Carolyn Spurgeoh, John Studer, Steven Walkejr.; --..;_•; ; Seniors — s John .Bradley, . Lin da Ddds, Eldon Erpelding, Ken- Erpeldjrtg, Ronald Kohl haas, .Florence McGuire, Connie Molacek, Bpnjta Reising, Sharon Roethler, Robert Smith, Marga ret Studer. addition done at lakota Richard Muller, Nitehals, Janette Miller, Susan Nelson, Carol Otis, Kathleen PJathe, Mary Beth Sterba, Wayne Taphorn, Elizabeth Thilges, Janet Zjtt- ritsch. to Seniors Jane Arndorfer, Mary Jo Becker, Carol Beseh, Kathryn Besph, Mary Bray, Linda Buscher, Patricia Cink, Steven Eischen, Michelle Nancy Fox, Shirely rilyn KeUner, Maufeen Lentsch, Sharon Ludwig, Janet McGwire, Jean Plemel, James Schiltz, Shft- phen Schuller. SILVER HONOR ROLL Freshmen — Jerald Besch, Victoria Elbert, Roo§14 Heinen, Thomas Kisch, Gordon Kramer, Michael McEnroe, Jphn, McGuire,, Thomas McGwire, Mjgrk Mu- e|ve, Diana , jean Nauholz, Paul Nelson, Mark Pfeffer, Valerie Scbenck, Normaji Schnei- (Jer, St^plien Wingeyt, Sophomores — Mark Adams, Diane Arndorfei-, Ronald 3,960 the telephone north of Brewer Street between Third and Fourth streets has been completed. Installation of equipment is scheduled to start about June 20, according to John Claude, Northwestern Bell mana ger. The building addition and new {telephone equipment are part of a $120,000 modernization and service expansion project for Lakota. When completed, the project will provide important new services for Lakota customers. A new information service will be established to-let callers know if they dialed a number not currently in use. Customers will be able in most cases to move within the exchange area or change from one type of serv ice to another without a change Woodrow Johnson. They also visited with Mr and Mrs.'Terry Hobbs and with Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bieser. Jerry is being transferred from Omaha to Red Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hornbuckle came from Waterloo Saturday and took Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bieser with them to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hornbuckle at Spencer. Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Beiser spent Thursday at Burt with Mrs. Clara Van Steenberg. Rev. William Noland, A.B.S. T.B., former pastor at the Methodist church in Estherville was transferred here and delivered his first sermon Sunday morning. Rev. Newton Coi'ghe- nour who was transferred to Dubuque delivered his first ser mon in St, Luke's Methodist church there. Supt. and Mrs, 0. B spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines, the former transact! ng some school business ant] Urs, Laing visited with her sifter, Mrs. L. C. O'Brien. Mrs. Dora Pelleymounter Joh nson of Lakota, who was in an auto accident recently has been on a few days vacation the first of which will be spent at Lincoln, Neb. with Mr. Sigsbee'.-j brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beardsley. From there Hilte. Mrs. C. H. Simpson has had as guest a few days her sister- in-law, Mrs. • Alma Simpson of Nevada who has concluded the visit. . Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Judy are coming Sunday from Newton for a visit with Mr. Judy's sister, Mrs. C. H, Simpson. Mrs. John Slevin and son Russell returned last week from Iowa City where Russell has periodic eye check-ups. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider were visited last week by their daughter, Mrs. George Simon and four sons of Joliet, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stock we! I spent last week at Mason City with their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Lassahn and Mr. and Mrs. William De Kruif. Paul Schneider will be going soon to the university .hosiptal at Iowa City and will have eye surgery. lew, were Sunday guests at Maynard Hurlburt's for Mrs. Fitz's birthday. The Mancil Hurlburts attend:, ed the democratic state convention at Des Moines. The Richard Newhalls, Webster City, and Frank Grupes, Iowa Falls, were Sunday guests at 'Marlin Paul's. in number. Three Western Electric bjyf tech into Lakc-ta to undertake this instal lation, North Kossuth folks attend 25th wedding Swea Eagle — Relatives from the area attended the 25th wedding of the William Buhmans, Emmons, Minn,, June 12. The Warren Brones, Andrew Brones, and Kenneth Brones families were among 75 relatives at a picnic. Lillian Brones and Wil- For the Best!! Hi vA vHMBl ^QPMI mi VR 1WOKO Music-News-Sports

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