The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1967 · Page 9
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Mollie Blanchard Bride Of James Colwell, L-Rock LONE ROCK - Mollie Ann Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard, Jr., Lone Rock, and James D. Colwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Colwell, Algona, were united in marriage at the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock Saturday, June 17, at 4 p.m. Rev. Albert Bullock and Rev. Walter Morz performed the double ring ceremony. The bride's escort was her father and maids of honor were Rennae Votteler and, the bride's sister, Jill Blanchard. Gary Colwell, brother of the groom, served as best man and his groomsman was Scott Miller. Ken Richter and Robert Banwart served as ushers. Junior bridesmaids were Cynthia Blanchard and Barbara Colwell, sisters of the bride and groom. Rennae Votteler and Gary Colwell sang with Mrs. Don Blanchard, organist. A reception was held Immediately following the wedding in the church parlors with Kathie Blanchard at the guest book. Susan and Patty Bruhl served punch. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and Mrs. Merle Bruhl cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Harlan Blanohard and Mrs. Harold Banwart poured at the tea table. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Curt Olson. Waitresses were Linda Knoll, Phyllis Cherland, Cheryl Krause, Janet Hammerstrom and Judy Kraft. Susan Blanchard, Leann Appel and Mrs. Chester Alme were in charge of the gift table. The bride attended the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, and has been employed by Look Magazine. The groom is serving in the U. S. Navy aboard U.S.S. Taconic. They will be at home in Norfolk, Va. (Glenn's Studio Photo) UfCAll ED CRAWFORD, Algona, who has been manager of the Big Bear store here, and prior to that the Thompson Dist. Co. store since 1958, has been promoted by the Big Bear Co. of St. Cloud, agent at the company's home .offices in St. Cloud. Jim Thiesfeld of Glencoe, Minn, is the new local store manager and is moving here from Glencoe. THE BILL OLIVER family of Portland, Ore., are guests at the home of Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman. They are on a vacation of several weeks duration. Other recent visitors were Marilyn Lowman, also of Portland, who teaches physical education in the schools there, and Mrs. Bill Burney, the former Shirley Lowman, and children, of Seattle. A CLASS REUNION of Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle, June 28, at Aberdeen, S. D., will be attended by Dr. and Mrs. Clapsaddle. The family will vacation in South Dakota until early July. DIANA LEVY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Levy, was hostess at a barbecue in the Call Park shelter house Saturday evening, followed by entertainment by the "Sounds". Guests were Colleen Frink, Debbie Johnson, Lynn Buchanan, Jean Taylor, Mary Moen, Virginia Hardgrove, Cindy Hansen, Julia Chrischilles, Jo Ellen Pittman, Kathy Taylor, Jan Schulz, Becky Mino, Barb Colwell, Darrell Miller, Steve Willrett, Tom Laing, Phil Bode, Steve Fitzpatrick, Steve Mueller, Terry Dailey, Duane Hunt, Gerry Whittemore, Kim Slonlker, Jack Waller, Rob Claude, Gary Hagen, Dave Dettman and Gary Jones. ALGONA LIONS will hold a family picnic at Call State Park Tuesday evening instead of tiie regular Tuesday noon meeting. DAVID REID, June graduate of the school of journalism at the University of Iowa, was awarded a certificate for outstanding academic achievement at the graduation exercises. THE KENNETH SEELYS are home from a vacation trip to California after visiting their daughter and son-in-law at Sacramento. They flew both ways. MRS. JOSEPH L. SMITH and Kendra, Amep, spent a recent week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carman. Mr. Smith is controller of the Ames Building and Loan Association. DR. AND MRS. James E. Carman, Jackie and Jim, Jr., Milwaukee, Wise., spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carman and June, Dr. Carman's parents and sister. They also visited another sister and brother, Nancy, Mrs. Joseph L. Smith, Ames, and the Edward Garmans, Iowa City, where Ed is a medical student at the University. Jim, Jr. did not return home and will stay two weeks with his grandparents. COUNTRY CLUB winners in the recent Bean Pot Tourney held by the women were Mesdames Clayton Pittman, Dick Cook and Dick Cowan. Chairwomen of the event were Mis- dames Harry Greenberg, Gordon Schmidt and Rex Taylor. JOHN OAKLAND, ensign in the Coast Guard, who was injured last week enroute to his base at Galveston, Tex., continued by air from Des Moines after the auto mishap. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oakland undhadjusl graduated from Officer Candidate School at Yorktown, Va. MRS. BRIAN LINNAN and daughter, Sherri, Omaha, have been house guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Navoichick. Mike Navoi- chick, who has been in military service in Alaska, is being transferred to a base in California, and is now home on leave. Mrs. Lennie Funk, another Navoichick daughter, and son Jeff, were also recent home visitors from LaCrosse, Wise. MOOSE LODGE members and guests enjoyed a chartered bus trip to the Minnesota Twins- Chicago White Sox baseball game on Saturday. Keesee On Board Harold J. Keesee, CPA, Algona, has been appointed a member of the Public Service & Information Committee (for Northwest Iowa) of the Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants for the new fiscal year. The Iowa Society has about 600 members. Tuesday, June 27, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-9 NOTICE Artificial flowers and wreaths placed on Memorial Day have been removed from graves and have been tagged with name. Owners may pick them up any Sunday afternoon between 1 and 5 p.m. at cemetery or stop at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens office at 708 So, Phillips St. West Bend Is 4-3 Winner Over Burt Club West Bend edged Burt's Bears, 4-3, at Burt Thursday evening in a well-played baseball game. The winners came up with a 3-run rally in the top of the fiftli to take the win after counting a single run in the third. Burt counted one run in the first, third and fifth innings. Tom Bleuer went the first 4 1/3 innings to gain the victory, striking out five and walking three. Al Blair finished up, whiffing eight and giving up one walk. Wayne Lavrenz took the loss for Burt, pitching the first 4 2/3 frames, striking out four and walking five. Howard Batt finished the game, striking out three. Each team garnered six hits, with Bonnstetter of the winners the only player getting a pair. The winners committed three errors and Burt one. HOSPITAL NEWS JUNE 19 - Merle Conrad, Algona, T & A; Teresa Krause, Fenton, surgery. JUNE 20- Essie Pink, Buffalo Center, medical. JUNE 21 - Mrs. Don Claude, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., G oz. JUNE 22 - Virgil Smith, Algona, medical. JUNE 23 - Ruth Shierk, Algona, medical; Vernon Burns, Algona, medical; Muriel Ackerman, Lone Rock, medical. JUNE 24-Mrs. John Bellinger, Fenton, boy, G Ibs., 2 1/2 oz. Visit Legislature Visiting with legislators in DCS Moines on June 21st were William Tokheim, Kossuth County Farm Bureau President, and Martin Tokheim, both from Swea City. The purpose of the visit was to emphasize the need for the legislature to take action on sul>- stantial tax revision before adjourning. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" MR. FARMER! LET'S REASON ABOUT HAIL INSURANCE ON GROWING CROPS. Reason No. 1: It cost about $50 an acre to raise an acre of corn and $40 per acre to raise an acre of beans. Reason No. 2: You have used last years profits to put in this years crop. Reason No. 3: The biggest danger «o your crops in this area is HAIL on these crops. Reason No. 4: Weatherwise we have had an unusual spring, and have not had many bad hail storms in the last few years. Reason No. 5: Bohannan Insurance can protect your income from loss by hail, at a low reasonable cost. Reason No. 6: Act now before a hail storm hits, by calling 5-5443 or stopping in his office at 6 N. Dodge Street, across from Iowa State Bank. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona 295-5443 (48-49) NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. SHADY FIELDMASTER Corn stalks make excellent bedding—better than straw! Just hitch your baler to the Brady Field- master and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler. Use it for stalk shredding alone—or to chop, shred, and load green chop and stover silage. Clips pastures and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALGONA

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