4-Alflena (la.) Upp«r Oil MoirtM Thursday, S«pt. 26, 1967 Lucille Gade Of Algona Bride Of Allan Bonds Lucille Ann Gade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade, Algona, became the bride of Allan James Bonde, son of Harry Bonde, Rutland, and the late Mrs. Bonde, at Triidty Lutheran church, Sept. 17at2:30p.m. Rev. Paul Sohn and Rev. Weichmann, Springfield, Va., performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 200 guests. Esther Otto was maid of honor and Pamela Pedersen, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Daryl Hammerson was best man and ushers were Duane Liebe and Gerald Bonde. Organist was Wilbur Ruhnke. A reception was held in the church parlors following the wedding, with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pedersen as hosts. Mrs. Darwin Leek registered the guests, Mrs. James Patton and Mrs. Elvin Steenhard cut the cake and Mrs. Duane Lieband Mrs. Milton Davis poured. Punch was served by Linda Erickson and Janelle Patton. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Boyd Shipler, Sharon Eden and Mary West and were carried by nieces and a nephew of the bride, Sheryl, Karen and Marcie Lieb and Patty and Mark Pedersen. Table waitresses were Racheal Gade, Bev Berkland, Cindy Long and Luana Leek. The bride is a graduate of Algona High School and is employed as secretary at Universal Mfg. Co. The groom is manager of North Side Texaco Service Station, Algona. After a wedding trip to Yellowstone and the Black Hills, they are at home in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Robt. Kain Rites Held In Chicago Robert F. Kain of 7691 N. Melvina, Chicago, 111., passed away suddenly Saturday, Sept. 16. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kain, he was born in Chicago Sept. 10, 1919. Mr. Kain was a graduate of St. Mary's College, Winona, Minn., and at the time of his death was assistant credit manager for Wilson Jones Co. of Chicago. He at one time owned a farm in Plum Creek twp. and was a frequent visitor in Algona. He leaves several cousins in the Algona area to mourn his passing. Funeral services were held at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday, Sept. 20 at St. Sabina's Catholic church and burial was in St. Mary's cemetery. Ottosen Girl Is Business Grad; To Secretary Job OTTOSEN - Marilyn Zeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman, was graduated from American Institute of Business in DesMoines. She had completed a one year junior executive course. The graduation exercises were held in the Veteran's Auditorium. Marilyn was a member of Alpha Iota business sorority, editor of the sorority newspaper and reporter for the school newspaper. She will be employed as a private secretary for the National Insurance Agency in Des Moines. She is a 1966 graduate of the Twin Rivers High School at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman and Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeman, L. A. Ripperger of Rolfe and Howard Zeman of Ames attended the graduation and were supper guests of Marilyn. - o Sunday afternoon visitors at the Richard Kinseth home to help their son Byron celebrate his twelfth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. James Barber and Rhonda, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loos and family, Bradgate; Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loos, Scott and Marlene Satern. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Zeman, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, Neal Olson, Erling Malmin and Carlisle Halsrud took a bus tour to Kansas City, Lawrence and Coffeeville, Kansas, from Tues- day through Thursday. It was sponsored by the Bradgate Cooperative Elevator. Seventy-nine persons went on the tour. Roy Telford celebrated his seventy-third birthday Monday Sept. 25. Sunday guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Worby and daughters of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family. Norris Larson of Devil's Lake, No. Dak., visited at the Kermit Fowler home from Monday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kruse and family of Royal enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Arne Hanson home at Ruthven. The three women all taught school at Algona at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and Becky and Mrs. Kate Shursen of Cedar Falls were in town Saturday. They came to winterize Mrs. Shursen's house. They went on to Sac City where they visited the Truesdell's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Christian, and got acquainted with a new grandchild. Rodney Gress, who attends the University at Iowa City, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faust at Boone. They helped Carroll's great- aunt, Mrs. Emma Christiansen, celebrate her seventy- sixth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas of Poulsbo, Washington, came Tuesday by plane to visit relatives here. Wednesday night ihey were supper guests at the Donald Larson home. Other guests were Mrs. Leona Daniel, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City; Mrs. Olianna Vinaas, Mr. and Mrs, Conrad Johnson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family and Ronald Vinaas. Friday Ronald Vinaas took the visitors to Alden, Minn, where they visited a sister, Mrs. Alma Nash. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson visited at the home of Mrs. Nash and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas returned home with them. Thursday they flew to Pensacola, Fla. to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Second Lt. and Mrs. Ted Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were Sunday night visitors at the home of Mrs. Anna Honn at Humboldt. Airman Wayne Erdmann who is home from Vietnam showed pictures of that country. He is a nephew of Mrs. Worster. ••*•••••••*•••••••• : AD PRICES j : GOOD THRU j JWED., OCT. 4" ••*••••••••••••**< ^" y'€ «^ CASH UNLIMITED! 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JOE - Banns were published Sunday for the first time for Marilyn Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges of St. Joseph's parish, and Dennis Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Menke of Bancroft. The date set for the wedding is Oct. 14. A pro-nuptial shower will l>e held Sunday .ifterroon, Oct. 1, in St. Joseph's hall for Miss Thilges with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. 149 IN SCHOOI St. Joseph's grade school lias an enrollment of 149 students with Sister Rosemary Vaske having grade one with 11 students and grade D with 28 students. Sister Janet Haverkamp lias grade 3 wiih 18 pupils and 24 in grade 4. Mrs. Alfred Grill lias 11 students in the fifth grade and 24 in the sixth. Sister Delrose Hicke lias 17 students in gradi.- 7 and 22 in the eighth grade. Sister Mary Doris is the music and choir instructor. Housekeeper is Sister Dorothy Holfes. Mrs. Ray Thilges and Mrs. Eugene Tluil are in charge of the lunch program for St. Joseph's grade school. Walter Freilinger is the parish custodian. - o - Albert (Butch) Christensen, San Francisco, Calif., is spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and family and other relatives and friends. He is employed at Lockheed Space and Missile plant at San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding visited their daughter, Sister Lois Marie O.S.F. at Dyersville last Sunday, and accompanied by Sister Lois Marie visited with a niece and cousin, Sister Betty Frideres at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque. Mrs. Anna Faber was honored Sunday in observance of her birthday with relatives gathering at the home of her sons, Joseph and Herman, for a social afternoon followed by the serving of birthday cake. Mrs. Faber is a resident of the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Adam Joseph Berte, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Berte, born Sept. 19, was baptized Saturday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte. Father Cornelius Osendorf O.S.B. was a visitor here with Rev. L. C. Schumacher the first of the week. They were classmates at St. John's College, Collegeville, Minn, in 1925 arid 1926. Father Osendorf has spent most of his priestly life in the Bahama Islands and is in the states on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf and Michael, Centerville, spent the weekend with the maternal parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, and the paternal parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt, and other relatives and friends. A/2C Kenneth and Nancy Jean Thilges are living at 610 E. State St. in Algona since their return from Phoenix, Ariz, where Kenneth was stationed with the Air Force. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, and leaves for an Air Force base in Vietnam Oct. 8 from Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Thilges is the former Nancy Jean Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kennedy, Fairmont. She is a June graduate from St. Vincent's School of Nursing, Sioux City, and is employed at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thilges are the parents of a son born at St. Ann hospital in Algona Sept. 24. Mrs. Peter Borrnann entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Alphonse Berte, Mrs. Tony Becker and Mrs. E. J. Gales receiving prizes. Susie Kramer entertains the club Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, and daughter Sister Lois Marie, O.S.F., Dyersville, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges attended- funeral rites for Steve Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hess in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Farley last Monday. Mr. Hess is a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres took their son, Duane, to Loras College, Dubuque, last Sunday where Duane is a freshman. They also visited with a niece, Sister Betty Frideres, at Mt. St. Francis Convent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Davenport, were visitors here several days the past week at the home of their daughter and son-in-law and other relatives and friends. Notes Of Servicemei itttniinnii! VIETNAM - Sept. 12 - Marine Lance Corporal Ronald E. Burtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Burtis of 1008 E. State St., Algona, is in Vietnam serving with the llth Motor Transport Battalion of the First Marine Division. His battalion's primary mission is to augment and reinforce the land transport capabilities of major elements of an expeditionary force for the tactical, logistical and administrative movement of troops, supplies and equipment. - o - CHEAT LAKES, ILL. - Sept. 12 - Seaman Recruit Roger L. Wubben, USN, 18, son of Mrs. Edna M. Wubten of Wesley, has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy l)asic training at the Naval Training Center here. He studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to Uiose he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. - o - AMARILLO, TEX. - Airman David A. Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim A. Camp of R.R. 2, Algona, has completed basic training at Amarlllo AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to the Air Force Technical Training Center at Chanute AFB, 111., for specialized schooling as an aircraft maintenance specialist. Airman Camp is a 1967 graduate of Algona Community High School. U. S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. - Cadet Dennis F. Funnemark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Funnemark of R.R. 2, Wesley, is one of more than 900 cadets who have started their sophomore year at the U. S. Air Force Academy. During the past summer, the cadel'-and other members of the class of 1970 completed an intensive six-week training program at the academy and armed forces installations across the country. - o - WAEGWAN, KOREA - Army Private First Class William M. Holcomb, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holcomb, Route 2, Whittemore, was assigned to the U. S. Army Camp Carroll Depot, near Waegwan, Korea, Sept. 7. Pvt. Holcomb is an automotive repairman in the depot's Company B. He entered the Army in August, 1966 and was last stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. C. The private graduated in 1965 from Sentral High School, Fenton, la. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth left Friday to visit their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinseth at Jacksonville, m. for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson were at Prairie Du Chien, Wise, from Wednesday until Friday. There they met two army buddies of Mr. Jacobson from World War I. Their wives also accompanied them. One couple came from Broadlands, HI., and the other from Fairfield, Iowa. Mr, and Mrs. Hans Kampen of Laurens were Sunday night visitors at the Fred Kampen home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Ft. Dodge and Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle of Hampton were Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Speich home, Mrs. Norman Speich and Michelle remained to visit a couple days. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf were Friday visitors at the Richard Kropf home at Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Schultz home at Whittemore. Oil Variety More than 500 different types of lubricating 611 are being marketed by a major oil company. While the majority are derived from crude oil, some lubricants are completely synthetic.
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