Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 14
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Jean Malueg Becomes Bride Of Harlow Hanson Jr. Miss Jean Marie Malueg became the bride of Mr. Harlow C. Hanson, jr. on Saturday, June 12. Rev. W. E. Morz officiated at the double ring ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church in Algona. Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Malueg of Algona and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow C. Hanson, Sr. of Heron Lake, Minn. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Keith Dwire, of Lakeville, Minn. The bride's personal atendant was Carolyn Gartner of Mapleton, Minn. The best man was Harlan Hanson of Heron Lake, Minn. Keith Dwire and Don Appel were ushers. Mr. Al Iverson was the soloist accompanied by Mrs. Al Iverson, both of Albert Lea., Minn. Mr. Keith Strayer, uncle of the bride, offered the meditation and a wedding prayer for the bridal couple. The reception was held in the Presbyterian Church social hall with Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rule of Clear Lake as host and hostess. Kay Schroeppel was in charge of the guest book, punch was served by Bev Thorn and Bessie Skow. The wedding cake was cut and served by Jo Cox and Mrs. Cecil Cox and coffee was poured by Mrs. Hazel Markovetz of Urbandale. Elaine and Arlene Paulsen, Glenda and Karen Cunningham assisted in the dining room. Julie Thilges, Becky Thilges and Irene Strayer registered and opened the gifts. The bridal couple will be living in Maryland where the groom is stationed at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Larson Family Has Reunion At Ottosen OTTOSEN- The Larson family enjoyed a reunion at Kennedy Park Sunday with 46 present. New officers are Gordon Larson, president; Russell Larson, vice president; and Mrs. Conrad Larson, secretary-treasurer. They are all from Bode. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and Scott and Mrs. Donald Larson. Other towns represented were Osage, Fort Dodge, Bode, Fertile, Plover, Humboldt and Swea City. - o - Mrs. Donald Usher attended the Iowa American Lutheran Church Women's district meeting at Forest City from Tuesday until Wednesday as a delegate. Mrs. Donald Larson also attended Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Fred Scharf, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig, Galesville, Wise.; were Friday visitors at the Percy Watnem home. Mr. and Mrs. Rent Saathoff visited his mother, Mrs. Tina Saathoff at the Good Samaritan Home at Manson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Falde, Ve^rmillion, S.D., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson. In the afternoon Debbie and Denise Olson took part in a piano-organ recital at the Methodist Church at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud and Judy were Saturday night Visitors at the Mike Smith home at Gilmore City. Visitors at the Edward Zinnel home during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Eilt Hundertmark, Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and family, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long, Mrs. Donald DIAMOND'S Attention Al! GIRLS: Stop in for WRANGLER Jeans, Cut-offs, Jamaica* and Bermudas . . 14 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 21, 1971 Usher, Mrs. Dean Telford, Mrs. Allan Wehrspann and Ted, Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family, Henry Zinnel, Mrs. Howard Thompson and Mrs. Albert Thorsen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bakken and family visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flaherty of Pocahontas Wednesday, Mrs. Robert Bargman, Robbie and Beth, Ft. Dodge, spent Thursday at the Victor Meyers. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud visited the Carlisle Halsruds Monday night. The women of the American Lutheran Church met Wednesday. Mrs. Loran Daniel was the hostess and Mrs. Louis Jacobson gave the lesson. It was voted to buy a de-humidifier for the basement. The women will meet June 28 to houseclean the church. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Jones entertained at a steak fry Tuesday honoring Sr. M/Sgt. and Mrs. Darrel Benjamin of Carswell Air Force Base in Texas, other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benjamin, BradgagejMr.and Mrs. Roger Benjamin, Gilmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rutz, Livermore; Mr. andMrs.Marlyn Pflibsen, Bode; and Mrs. Earl Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bennett and family spent the weekend with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Mosbach, Burlington. Mrs. Donald Larson was hostess to the Gleaners' circle at her home Thursday. Mrs. Laurence Schreiber was co-hostess. The guests were Mrs. Oranna Quigley, Clear Lake, and Misses Ida and Esther Johnson, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann attended the L.L.L. district convention at Lake Okoboji this weekend. Mr. Wehrspann was a delegate. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer attended the banquet Sunday night, leaving their children at the Walther League camp. Sheryl Marchant, Gilmore City, Elizabeth Miller, Bradgate, and Judy Halsrud attended a seminar reunion picnic Sunday at Dolliver Park. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud took them and visited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paul, Jr. at Lehigh. Mrs. Loran Daniel and Margaret Holt enjoyed supper Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Janora Jacobson at Humboldt. Bible School Program Held At Irvington IRVINGTON - The Irvington church was filled to capacity June 13 for the end of Bible School program and display of hand work. The pre-schoolers pantomimed the Bible story, "The Lost Sheep"; recited memory verses and sang several songs. The kindergarten an<1 grade 1 department told the Bible story, "The .Boy Jesus In The Temple", on flannel graph and had memory work and songs. The juniors had an exercise on "People Of Different Careers" and had memory work and songs. The theme for the school was "Jesus Speaks To Our World." - o - FIRST COMMUNION Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, accompanied by Mrs. Florence Colwell, drove to Ankeny June 13 where they , visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Col well and family. The occasion was in honor of Kevin Colwell, son of the Chas. Colwells, First Communion. Kevin and Joel, both sons of the Chas. Colwells, returned home with their grandparents for an extended visit. Mrs. Chas. Colwell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, and Charles is the son of Mrs. Florence Colwell and the late Lee Colwell. - o - GOLF BALL HAIL Attending a picnic at Ogden June 13 were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Stevens, Ormond Beach, Fla; the Toby Eastmans, Independence; the Kenneth Potters, Ackley; Mrs. Jim Romer, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Irvington. The Eastman, who were visiting at the Potter home in Ackley on Memorial Day, report an estimated $600 worth of damage to their car during a hail storm there. The hall stones were reported to be the size of golf balls. - o - 4-H CLUB TOUR The Irvington pioneers 4-H Club held its annual tour June 10: The tour started at Jim Black's home, included a visit' to each member's home where the various projects which will be taken to the Kossuth county fair, were inspected. The members and their families concluded the tour at the Durwood Walker home for a wiener roast picnic. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson, Sacramento, Calif., arrived June 13 and will spend the summer at the farm here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker arrived June 14 after spending 10 days on vacation and a fishing trip at Lac La Longe, Canada. They reported having a wonderful time and the fishing was fine. The Durwood Walkers attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo last Wednesday. Mrs. Marjorle Apple and Mrs. Ruby Walton, Des Moines, spent the weekend of June 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erby Shipler and family, Irvington. Dinner guests at the Durwood Walkers June 13 were the Gerald Schmitts, Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Lone Rock; and Mrs. violet Walker, Algona. Guests at the Robert Smiths, Algona, June 10 were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel, LuVerne, and their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heinkel, Girard, 111. On June 15 guests at the Smiths were Mrs. Charles Heinkel and Mrs. Sula Frantz, both of Lu- Verne, and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Moorhead, Minn. Mrs. Johnson is an aunt of Mrs. Smith. The Smiths were visitors June 16 at the Don Diers home, Titonka. Linda Loss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loss, observed her 12th birthday with a slumber party June 15. Guests were Donna Wagner, Julie Limbaugh and Kris Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen were visitors at the Duane Burrnett home at Rudd June 14. They report that Mr. Burrnett, a son- in-law, has had to replant 45 acres of beans that were hailed out. The Dennis Olsons were visitors June 13 at the Chester Smiths, Bancroft. Mrs. Frank Miller, Bradenton, Fla., left June 14 for home. On June 13, she observed her 75th birthday at the Earl Loss home where she had been for a week. Mrs. Loss is a granddaughter. Dinner guests for the occasion were Mrs. Nan Parker and girls and Bud Loss. Mrs. Parker is also a granddaughter of Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moody, Callaway, Minn., were recently in the area for a few days visiting the Tony Sorensens and Mrs. Jens Sorensen. Jens was hospitalized at Mason City at the PLAYTEX SUMMER SAVE Buy all your summer wardrobe needs now on these popular styles Style #73 Playtex® Cross-Your Heart® Fiberfill-lined Stretch Bra for perfect fit and comfort... (A, B, C) Reg. $5.00 ea. Now 2 for $8.49 Style #187 Playtex Cross-Your- Heart® Stretch Bra- Full Lace Cups Youthful Support and separation— ,^ Stretch back and sides (A, B, C) Reg. $5.00 ea. Now 2 for $8.49 (D cups) Reg. $6.00 ea. 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