Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1971 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 11, 1971
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Joyce Becker Is Married At St. Joseph's, Wesley WESLEY - Joyce Becker, daughter of Mrs. Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker and Ernest Palutzke, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Palutzke of palos Verdes, Calif., were married Saturday, Dec. 26, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Wesley. Father John Brennan officiated at the double ring ceremony at two o'clock in the afternoon. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Bob Becker, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Jane Potthoff of Algona as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Marge Brcka, Forest City; Mary Hilbert of Glendale, Calif, and Barbara Augustine of Lacrosse, Wise. Sue Reding of St. Joe and Richard Vaske of Bancroft were flower girl and ring bearer. The bride's personal attendant was Mary Ann Meister, Lake Mills. Willard Lanning of Plenty wood, Mont, was best man for the groom. Earl Robles, Los Angeles, Calif.; Gary Hilbert, Wesley and Larry Hilbert - of Wesley were the TALL PAUL'S SERVING THE FINEST COCKTAILS BUDWEISER ON TAP FROM OUR KITCHEN BROASTED CHICKEN 295-9159 groomsmen. Luke Kollasch of Whittemore and Eddie Becker, Wesley, ushered. The reception was held at the Garner Memorial Hall with a dance at Duncan. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Elmer Doughan were the hostesses and Lauri Reding and Marilyn Berte, St. Joe, had the guest book. Delores Augustine of Cresco and Lorene Kollasch of Whittemore cut and served the wedding cake. Betty Berte, St. Joe and Patricia Bowman of Whittemore served the punch. Marge Becker, Wesley and Teresa Becker, Algona, served the ice cream. Gifts were opened and displayed by Kathy Augustine, Linda Kollasch and Mary Ellen Vaske. -o- Mr. and Mrs. cliff Anfinson returned Dec. 31 from a three- weeks sight-seeing trip through the southeastern states. They visltied Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Williams of Algona, at their winter home at Deerfield Beach, Fla., attended the Grand Old Opera in Nasvhille, Tenn., visited the Stephen Foster Memorial at White Springs, Ga., and many more points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. DarrellErdman, Ricky and Mike of Omaha, Neb., spent several days over the Dec. 27 weekend with his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman and with his sister, the Chas. Vestrum's. Mrs. Mary Weber returned Tuesday of last week from a two weeks visit with her daughter and family, the Calvin Mein- eckes of Jamaica. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer were Christmas Day guests of her sister, Mrs. Elda Clark in Britt. A brother George Glawe and wife were also guests there. The Louis Simpsons, Tony Pearsons, Stanley Simpsons and Karen joined a large group of relatives at the home of Mrs. Chloie Simpson in Britt for a pre-Christmas dinner Sunday, Dec. 20. The guests brought and served the dinner. Nancy Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, high-scoring freshman forward for Corwith-Wesley's girls basketball team, Is sixth among scorers in the North Star Conference's girls' division. She has a 31.7 point per game scoring average. Kim Martinek attended the officers' retreat at the 4-H camp at Madrid for the county 4-H officers several days recently. All of the Kossuth County 4-H officers were participants. Kim is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Swan r son entertained a group of relatives Sunday, Dec. 27, at the home of her sister, Anna Flom. Their guests were Mrs. Lottie Swanson, the Leon Swansons of Austin, Minn., and the Russell Swansons of rural Wesley. In the afternoon they all went to Algona Hansens Snowbound At Oelwein During Blizzard PLUM CREEK - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen, Cheri and Debbie visited Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hansen and family at Rockford, HI., over the weekend. The Hansens became stranded in the blizzard and spent Sunday and Monday in Oelwein. They were fortunate in finding motel accomodatlons. Tuesday they were able to return home although there was one-way traffic much of the way. -o- -FEDERATED CLUB- The Doan Federated Women's club will meet Wed. Jan. 13 at 2:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ross Struthers. Roll call is My Worst Driving Habit. The program is entitled Do Your Own Thing and each member will give a five minute presentation, -o-MOVE INTO TOWN- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Justice and family have moved into town from the farmhouse they occupied northeast of Algona. Their address is now 1210 East Me Gregor. -o-OKLAHOMA TRIP- Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schumacher and family have returned to Oklahoma City, Okla. after a visit in the parental Louis Schumacher home. Merlin has a State Farm Insurance Agency which he opened two years ago in Oklahoma City, -o-QUAIL HUNTING- Wendell Christensen, jr., and his uncle Paul Haase traveled to the Farmington area in southern Iowa on Thursday for a weekend of quail hunting. Upon hearing the blizzard predictions the pair returned home Saturday night with three quail, -o-OUT OF HOSPITAL- Mrs. Wilbur Christensen was dismissed from park hospital in Mason city New Year's Day. She is now recovering from back difficulties. -o- FONDUE HOUSE WARMING- Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover and Mr. and • Mrs; Lamont -Jun^- kermeier and Tracy held a housewarming at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington in Titonka Wednesday evening. The guests brought the food for a fondue party and presented the Buffingtons with a gift for their home. -o- Saturday supper guests in the Glenn Gabrielson home were Mrs. Hazel Burt and Linda and Chris of Webster city. HURRY, SPECIAL ENDS SAT. NfOHT • •^•^•••al | OFFER NEW "SURE-GRIP ISC'... 4 PLY NYLON CORD WINTER TIRES WITH SAFETY SPIKES Tlrei installed free. Tubeien tire valvei available at small extra charge. • Triple-tempered nylon cord construction • Double shoulder cleats for grip and go 7.00 « 13, 6.9S x 14 or $.60 X 15 ? l «tw«fMub«l«i plui II.7S to $1.94 Ftd. Ex. TIX p»r tlri: No tridi niidtd. 3 WAYS TO CHARGE •fr Starred Locations Do Not Honor Bank Credit Cards. prohibited In the states of Louisiana and Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. R ex Klinger nave returned from visiting relatives and friends in the Corydon and Fairfield areas. Mr. and Mrs. James Spear and family were New Year's Day dinner guests in the parental Charles Stroebel home at Lakota. Mr, and Mrs. Roger Buffington hosted a New Year's Eve party at their home with the Russell Kileys, Ross strutners ana wen- dell Christensens attending. The evening was spent playing cards. The Wendell Christensen family visited over the weekend at Osseo, Minn, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clausen and family. Mrs. Clausen and Mrs. Christensen are sisters. BODE By Mrs. Ronald Olion GOODYEAR-THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGLAS'TIRES SINCLAIR SERVICE BODE - Mr. and Mrs. Torger Johnson spent the Christmas weekend at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson in Sioux City. The Johnsons are parents of a new daughter, Karen Kay born Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have two other children by adoption, Kathy age 6 and Kirk 3 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rippentrop and family ofWaukegan,m., spent the Christmas weekend at the .home of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bakken. Friday guests at the Bakken home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armstrong and family, of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Helmers and family of South Sioux city, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Skirk of Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop, Titonka, and Mrs. Mary Telkamp of Lakota. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ole Rippentrop of Armstrong were dinner guests and in the evening Mrs. Julia Skaugstad and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Helmers and family were guests. , Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood and :'. their grandsons, Dean and Danny .jSchultz of rural Humboldt went to Lamoni for the Christmas weekend at the home of Mrs. -Rood's parents' the Ben Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Garrold Schultz of Humboldt joined the family group Christmas day. Saturday evening the Roods and Schultz's attended the wedding of Terry Barnes to Peggy Terwilliger at the Methodist church in Kellerton. Terry Barnes is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Barnes and a nephew of Mrs. Rood. Guests at the Norman Rolland home during the Christmas weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoddard and Mickey of Excelsior, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Elverum of Forest Lake, Minn, and Roberta Rolland of Luther College, Decorah who was spending the Christmas vacation at the parental home. Roberta accompanied her sister, the John Elverums to their home Sunday for a week's visit before she will begin her interum at Mundelein College in Chicago for a month. She will be studying Inner City elementary schools. ' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pflibsen and daughter of Zumbrota, Minn, spent the Christmas weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Leona Pflibsen. Saturday evening they joined other relatives for dinner at the Marltn Pflibsen home. Christmas Eve Mrs. Pflibsen visited by phone with her daughter and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Roberts in Sacramento, Calif. Mrs. Leona Pflibsen received word Christmas day of the death of her sister, Mrs. Nick Langager, 78 of Skoby, Mont. She passed away in a nursing home at Wolf Point, Mont., after an extended Illness. She is survived by five living children, and their families, her sister, Mrs. Pflibsen and a brother, Morgan Hagen of Ottosen and a number of nieces and nephews. Her, husband died a number of years ago, Mrs. Langager was the former Ida Hagen. Mrs, George Little, the former Othelia Brodale passed away Dec. 22 after several months illness, in Spencer, S. D. Attending the funeral services from this area were Mrs. Magnus Sorlien, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berge and their daughter, Mrs. Jim Hanson of Des Moines, Ted Brodale, Mary and Butch Brodale, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brodale. Mrs. Little is survived also by three sons and their wives and five grandchildren. Geri Vedvik returned to Des Moines Sunday after spending several days during the Christmas week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bonnie Vedvik. Mr. and Mrs. Don mass of Mofries spcmt the Christ- weekend at the parental He r- liev Nielson home. Mr. and Mrs. Mai Bratland spent Christmas Eve at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum in Humboldt and attended the church Christmas program that granddaughter Sharon Ostrum was in. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bakken entertained a number of relatives at their home Christmas Eve; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Larson and Eric from Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lenning, Brenda and Aaron from rural Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enger of Emmetsburg. The Bakkens were guests at the Don Bakken home Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Richardson entertained a number of guests at their home Sunday; their children, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harris of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Heckathornand daughters of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. David Richardson and family of Fonda and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Richardson and family of Havelock, Harold Richardson's mother, Mrs. Dellia Richardson of Laurens and Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wiley of Laurens; and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hartley and family of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Moe and Lori of Wheeling, ill., came to Des Moines by plane Wednesday and spent the Christmas weekend at the parental Lev! S ween home. Monday, January It, 1971 Rwfuth County Advam. - S COME m TODAY Don'f fight over your INCOME TAX '5 ll'i easy to keep a sweet deposition when income tax problemi gel you down, Ju»t lake il )o BLOCK where trained lax men know the onjwerj. Quickly, at | ow eoit, your tax return |j d one wi(h guaranteed accuracy. You keep smiling! BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE GUARANTEE interest, we will I *»"• *• 11 7 aenolty or interest. Am«rlca'« Largest Tax Service, with Over 5000 Offices M STATE &THORINGTON M ;,! " Second F| °°r Mon. thru Sat., 9-6 Phone 295-5531 • KO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 13, 1971 Right Reierved tc Limit Quantities WAREHOUSE SALE OF THE YEAR! McGregor St. & Highway 169 ALGONA, IOWA DENNIS ARMSTRONG Start the year with big i.vings on namebrand marchandlte-now at the Holiday stationatora n»ara,t you) It', th. annual Carload W.rehouj. Sal*. We buy by the carload »o you ijet more for your money. 1 GREEN GIANT. 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