Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1971 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1971
Page 10
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Dixie Kay Gallon Weds Philip Meyer Of Fenlon SENECA -The St. Mary's Catholic Church of Sigourney, la., was the setting Friday evening, Feb. 19, for the wedding of Dixie Kay Gatton and Philip F. Meyer/ The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gatton of Rose Hill, la., and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Meyer of rural Fenton. Father Francis E. Lol- loch of Sigourney officiated at the double ring ceremony, solemnizing their exchange of vows. Miss Ruth Neasham, organist, accompanied the soloist, Rick' Andrews as he sang "Whither Thou Goest", "The Wedding Prayer" and "0 Perfect Love". The bride was escorted down the white carpeted aisle by her father. Miss Rita Bowdish of Strawberry Point, a close friend of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Pam Mueller of Iowa City and Jan Elaine of Fort Dodge. Leigh Gatton, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Leroy Meyer, Fenton, brother of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Dick Gallagher of Boston, Mass, and James Shanahan, Chicago, HI., college friends. Steve Elsbecker, Fairmont, Minn., a nephew of the groom, was ringbearer. The 140 guests were ushered to their seats by Ronald Gatton of Chicago, fll., a brother of the bride and Dennis Molyneux of Rose Hill, la. Altar boys for the service were Patrick Eldridge and Ranfly Shannon. A reception in the church parlors was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. DIAMOND'S Marvin Molyneux of Rose Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Hale Moore of What Cheer, la. Mrs. Mike Sexton, friend of the bride, attended the guest book. After the bride and groom cut the traditional first piece from the five-tiered wedding cake, it was cut and served by Mrs.james Antoine and Mrs. Dwight Bunting. Mrs. Robert Weber poured coffee and Mrs. Leroy Meyer dipped punch. Mrs. Donald Spears, Mrs. Ted Winnegardner and Kathy Manuel served at the bride and parent's table. The Misses Carol Augustine, SherylKnoot, and Sandy Hildebrand assisted in serving the other guests. , Helping to open and display the gifts were Mrs. William Augustine, Jean Glendenning and Jane Dorr, Lynn Gatton and Virginia Elsbecker handed out the rice packets. The bride Is a 1967 graduate of North Mahaska Community High School at New Sharon, la., and is presently a senior student in the College of Nursing at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. The groom graduated from St. John's High School, Bancroft, with the class of 1967 and is now a senior student in the College of Liberal Arts, University of Iowa. After a short wedding trip to Minneapolis, Minn., the couple will be at home at Iowa city. Bill Curran, 25 Is Found Dead In California William Kenneth "Bill" Curran, 25, of barstow, Calif., was found asphyxiated Saturday evening, March 6. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at Barstow. Bill was born August 10, 1945 at Fort Dodge, son of the Kenneth Currans who presently live at Barstow. The Currans lived near LuVerne and "Bill" attended school at St. Joe before moving to California. He had also served in the U.S. Army. The young man is survived by his parents, four sisters, two brothers and his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah E. Smith of Algona, as well as many other relatives in the Algona area. Wait for it... Watch for it.. $35,000°° STOCK LIQUIDATION WAREHOUSE SALE! - COMING SOON - It'll be worth waiting for Coast-to-Coast 1 / block north of Main Coast To Coast Store on Noith Dodge in Algona 11 At Tifonka Get I Ratings In Speech TITONKA- Eleven entries of 17 speech students of theTitonka School received I ratings at the Northwest District Declam contest at Klemme and will go on to the State Speech contest at Cherokee, March 19 and 20. The students are under the direction of Mrs. Ed Brandt. Those receiving ps and their catagory are : Humorous - Tricia Stecker, "Basketball Was What It Was". Beth Gingrich, "The Confidence Woman". Interpretive Prose: Sherry Post, "How To Talk To A Baby". Interpretive Poetry: Sherry Pannkuk, "Freedom Is A Habit", and "America". Rachelle Cunningham, "The Creation". Shirley Haverly, "Love". Dramatic: The a Dunmire, "The Forum Scene from Julius Caesar". Story telling: Lois Bentley. Expository Address: Marlys Eden, "Rainbows of Color". Shirley Haverly, "Babysitting", Cindy Carlson, "Casting in Bronze." -o- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spiecker, Mrs. Lillian Graham, Mrs. Minnie Larsen were Friday dinner guests of John Jennings at Sexton. Jerry Dreesman a student at Morningside at Sioux City was a weekend visitor in the parental Dennis Dreesman home. Mr. and Mrs. James Cordray and Jeffrey, St. Paul, Carmen Beenken, Richfi*'' Minn, were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Beenken. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee and family, Sioux Falls, So. Dak. were weekend visitor sin the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rode. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brandt went to Friendship Haven at Fort Dodge Sunday to visit her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley and helped Mrs. Baddeley celebrate her 87th birthday. Friday evening lunch guests In the John Beenken home following bowling were Mr. and Mrs, Henry Mayland, Mr. and Mrs. John Rlppentrop, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dreesman and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel. Sunday supper guests In the , BUI Rode home .were Jim and Kent Rode, Linda Thompson, of ' Swea City, Mrs. Ann Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lee and family. All helped Bill and Jim Rode celebrate their birthdays. Sunday till Wednesday guests in the Ernest Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hansen of Pine City, Minn. Joining them for Sunday dinner were Mrs. Camilla Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hansen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Seehawer and family of Mason city. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Rurup, David and Janet went to Bruce, Wise, to attend funeral services for Palmer's aunt on Saturday, returning, home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade and girls were Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oftedahl atBuffaloCenter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spear, Algona were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Asche. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Krantz were Mr. and Mrs. Noel Krantz and Corey, Mr. and Mrs. Dverg Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs.TheilaChris- tensen, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen, Greg and Nancy Nelson visited in the Kenneth Egel home at Charles City Sunday. Charles Recker, Buffalo Center, Bob Recker, Kansas City visited a week ago Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermill. Mrs. Gertrude Schutjer entertained bridge club in her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Karry Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill and family all of Clear Lake were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the parental Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill home. This was in observance of the Karry Hills wedding anniversary and Robin Hill's 18th birthday. Harold Carlson is a medical patient at the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt. Mrs. Carrie Torgerson was taken to the Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt on Sunday. Palmer Rurup was taken to the Americana Nursing Home at Mason City on Monday from Mercy hospital where he'll be receiving further therapy. Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll and family, Lone Rock were Sunday visitors in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tjarks. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Loehr, Moorland were Sunday guests in the Roy Walrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wubben were Sunday evening visitors in the Walrod home. Mrs. Leone Intermill entertained the Women's Guild of the Woden Catholic Church Wednesday in her home. Mrs. Darlene Hagen was co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Rudisill, Woden were Friday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spear. Sherman Sleper, student at Iowa State University, Ames was a weekend visitor in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade and Maria, Mrs. Dick Baade were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goetsch at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Franzen .went to, Alexander Thursday and .visited, in the home 'of' Mr, and • Mrs. Eilert Modderman. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal went to visit in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Gray at Chile, Wise, for the weekend. Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Minnie Larsen were Janice Larsen, Hurley, South Dakota, Paul Larsen, Ames, Diane Moore, Mason city, other visitors during the week were Glenn Larsen and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spiecker, Mrs. Lillian Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, and Mrs. Verner Lau, Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Finn, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Klein of Algona were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Don Weiland and family, Britt, and Mr. and "Hi Neighbor... you got the answer to cleaner corn fields and better profits? Well I have — yes sir. Ramroo HERBICIDE BV Monsanto is just great! It really cleaned up my corn field." Year in and year out Ramrod* has been one of the most dependable, most consistent grassy weed killers on the market. Use Ramrod* granules or wettable powder — it doesn't make any difference— either works effectively in a wide range of soil types and under wet or dry moisture conditions. Ramrod* works without incorporation and does not leave any harmful residue for rotated crops. Sea Your Farm Chemical Supplier right away about complete rate and application details. BRADLEY *"*•"• FARM SUPPLY Monsanto TMHIVl 9Ur r 1. 1 Mrs. Marlyn Franzen and family were Sunday guests in the parental Dick Franzen home and helped their parents celebrate their wedding anniversary. iimniiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiii OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher """"IINIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII Mr. and Mrs. Norman Helleseth were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hendricks, Thor. Mrs. Jennie Bratland and Margaret Holt accompanied Pastor Gosnell to Sissons Rest Home and the Care Center at Humboldt Thursday morning where the pastor had a short service and they all sang hymns. Larry Telford returned Friday after spending 10 days in Colorado. He was accompanied by Ron Reedy, Humboldt. Darwin Dippel, Boone, was a Tuesday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Wednesday they attended funeral services for Cloy Nessen at the funeral chapel at West Bend. Mrs. Alf Lee, Marvin and Susan of Stratford were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius at the Home Cafe, West Bend. Later they visited at the Hofius home. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas was also an afternoon visitor. Mrs. W. E.Hundertmark,West Bend, and Naomi Struthers visited Mrs. Albert Thor sen Sunday. Oliver Kinseth, who is re- cuperating at the Richard Kinseth home, had the following callers Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loos, Roy Telford and Percy Watnem. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. James Barber, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause, Lu- Verne. Mrs. Laurel Worster visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Honn, Humboldt, Monday. Friday dinner guests of Mf. and Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lauck, Whittemore, and Mrs. Elvina Schmaling, Windom, Minn, in the afternoon they all visited Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann, Aurelia. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin, Rutland, Saturday night. Norman Zeman, who attends the Iowa Lakes College of Emmetsburg spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hoick of Kanawha were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ruter. They are Mrs. Ruters parents. Jeanne Pflibsen of Ames, Mrs. Marlyn Pflibsen of Bode and Mrs. Donald Usher visited Mrs. Earl Olson Wednesday. Fred Kampen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kampen of Pomeroy Monday afternoon to Wellsburg where they attended funeral services for Heye Boomgaarden. Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon BLAKE Funeral Homes "Complttely Appointed Homti" 'LUVERNE 'WEs'lEY ' 1ITONM ^CORWITH * RENWICK . Walters of Remlck. Later they Koiiulh County A<lv«nc« - 3 visitedMr.andMrs.PaulHeggen. Monday, March IS, W1 Where were you on December 31? we paid our savers $ 1, 499,000 DON'T MISS OUT ON OUR NEXT PAYDAY! Open an account with us today! 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More than any other news medium, the local newspaper is identified with your community and is relied upon by almost every family in your town. If you missed the local news on television or radio last night, this newspaper gives you an in-depth report on what's happening. And, take your time; we wouldn't want you to miss anything. Newspapers deliver the local story. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS Read the ALGONA NEWSPAPERS

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