Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 27, 1966
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MONDAY, JUNt 27, 1f« ALOONA (Uwt) ADVANCE-S Gftttf. ... . . Petty St. Johns, MiiinM- polls, csaftife Thufsday for a week at Stanley Black's. A family re- Union, was held 'June 26 at the Eugene Pedersen home in Humboldt. Also present were the Eugene Wolfs, Bancroft, Louis Franzens, Titonka, Stanley Bla^ cks, and Perry St. Johns, The Burt Wetzels and four children, of Falbrook, Calif., have been gUests at Clifford trafttz's, George Koestler's, and Mrs. Jim Christensen's. Mr. Wetzel is a nephew. Sunday a family •eunion was held at the Krantz tome with a pot luck dinner at noon with the afternoon spent it Crystal Lake. Others present nculded the Wm. Heerdts and Milton Hedkes, both of Hector, Minn., and Louis Wicks, Osseo, Minn. reunion Wednesday ttHw Sttrt park, Attending the fmt hick supper were Mrs. Afitl RetfftSflj Burt, Amanda Ixwft and Miftfife Looft, both of Petti Dodge, Mrt. Emma RasmUssert, RfertwiCk, tnf Harold Reimers family* HufwIjiS* kit, Mrs. Bert Millet, Burt, th| Howard Batts, Burt, the t Reimers family, Brigharrt ..„. Utah, and the Donald Rcimett family, Burt, The Carroll returned to Utah Saturday, had been visiting her parents, the Oscar Quam-s* Rake, and "' mother, Ann Reimers, and brothers, Harold and t)oa.R ors, and sister Margaret, the Hp; v/ard Catts, ; Mrs. Verda Kienitz and N'ofin- an Hill. Mio, Mich., were guestif the first of the week at Mrs. Lu- I lu Ringsdorf and othe friend! here. Mrs. Kienitz and »>• ttlH Roy ftlngsdorf*. and W. i Shlp- l*fs, S\v*i City. Mrs. OliVe' Persofl vifftftt to Lin coin, Neb., th* first of thi week to Uk<s a two weeks course on th* mtnagfttneftt of mctols The Larry Htnkleys, Atlantic, have a 6 Ib. 13 t>l daughter Cheryl Afln, born June 22. The A. C. Hinkleys now have four grandchildren, two boys and 1 ' ' '" Elsie Black, Lawton, Okla, visited the first of the week at the Stanley Black's, Leonard Dittmer's, and the Glen Black's. She had attended a class reunion of nurses at Methodist hospital at Des Moines before visiting here. Ringsdorf were the Wendell The Reimers families had a Ringsdorfs, Donald Ringsdotfl, were married at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Presbyterian church in Worthington, Minn. They yrtM live in Michigan. te Guests June 19 of Mrs. Lulu two . The Nel» Nelsons returned from 3 week fishing at l«cch Lake, and attended tile funeral of lily Bgnkofske. Mrs. Nelson's sister, Martha Lange, St. Paul, left June 1 with a group of friends for a tour of Europe. The Lance Riebhoffs returned Thursday from Sanborn. They visited several days at their son the Rev. John Riebhoff's. > W. S. G. S. circles will meet in the $urt Methodist church July 6. Hostesses are Ethel Smi th, Mildred Larson, Mary Jean Andrews, Irma Doege; Toots Hoppus. The program is Jour ney Since Sixty-Four by Roche lie Scott and Shirley Lovstad. Burt — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gubbels and daughter lisa, of Indianola, visited recently at Al- vuv Baumgard's here and at Mrs Carl Schlpull's, LuVerne. A four generation picture was taken at the home of Mrs. Carl Schipull in LuVerne, In the picture are Mrs. Carl Schipull, 80, Mrs. Alvin Baumgard, Mrs. Jerry Gubbels, and lisa Gubbels, 6-months old. It was taken Menorial day. Pfc. Terry ; Cook came, home last Thursday from 14 months duty in Germany, and tr Vliiting his parents, the Kenneth Cbokal and other relatives and frtottdi He will return to Germany by plane from Omaha July 14. The Ervin Olsons, Harlan| atCf fl guests at Kenftth Coolt^. M Olson is the former Phyllis Me- Bride. ; ' '"':: ' " •*" Girl Scouts had a meeting and picnic June 23 in the Burt park. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet in the Legion hall July S Hostesses are Marce 'Bahnson and Genaveve Spry. There wil Irt 1^ ^VtoenbetgeK '§ , ^ ^^ ••-••' - - — - -=*«t-jju e_j nwc IWT MM. Kenneth Oftftfl- Mrt, Ralph Bjrtlett, of City, *t M**on City, on GHm TOuIOHT Lowest ntos.irt history on Uni Distanci calls after 8 p.m. and air day on Sunday. Erijoy A ttlephone visit! Northwettern BeU i a f , Ex-Algonari married LINDA JEAN Harmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Harmon, Humboldt, and Wayne E. Carlson, Emmetsburg, and formerly of Algona, the son of Mrs. Owen Humphrey of Rock Island, 111., and the late Raymond Carlson, were, married May 30 at Our Saviour's Lutheran church at Humboldt. Matron of honor was Mrs. Eugene Helle of Dakota City and bridesmaid was Peggy Jensen of Humboldt. Tom Harmon of Humboldt was best man and groomsman was Russell Mullen, of Algona. Ushers were John Eller Jr. and Jim St. John, both of Algona. / The bride is a 1966 graduate of .Humboldt high school and the groom a 1965 graduate of Algona high school. The couple went to Aberdeen, Maryland, where'Mr. Carlson is stationed in the Army. Mrs. Carlson returned to Humboldt and will join him again in July. Photo by Saul Studio, Humboldt.. Annual cleaning day is held for church at Burt Burt — The annual church cleaning took place at the Msth- tidist church June 20. Shirley Circle was rcpresentsd by Shirley Lovstad, Ethel Smith, Vcra Schweitert, Irma Docge, Rochelle Scott, Mary Jean Andrews, Phyllis Wiener, and Hazel Larson. June 21 Gladys circle members present were Lorena Roark, Blanche Long, Genevieve Graham, Lorraine Campney, Leona Lovstad, Alice Cole, Leon a Salisbury, Grace Ackerman, Beth Miller, Selina Clifton, Gladys Hawcott. Tuesday evening members of Janice circle present were Janice Schaeller, Ruby Hinklcy, Marlene Davis, Charlotte Habeger, Louise McFar land, Genaveve Spry, Ester Hilton. Members who did not work will pay $1. . The Dr. Thomas Johns, Marshall, Mo., visited Saturday to Monday at Ray McWhorter's. Mrs. John is the former Barbara McWhorter. They went to Rac'v ester, Minn., Tuesday where Dr. John had spinal surgery Wed nesday morning for a slipped disc. He is a patient at St. Mary's hospital for ten clays, and Bar bara is staying in Rochester, and Mrs. Frank Becker is spending a few days there too. Dr. John i vice-president of Missouri Valley college at Marshall. His mother is staying with the children while their parents are gone. The Ray McWhorters were in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. He was a delegate to the republican convention from the county. Pvt. Gary Black left Minneapolis by jet June 10 after two weeks with his parents, the Stanley Blacks. He is now stationed with the military motor pool of Presidio army hdqrs., at San BLANKET Special 99c Regularly $1.25 Valu* 3 WEEKS - From Juno 27 Until July 16 REJUVENATE YOUR OLD BLANKETS WITH NEW BINDINGS AT A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE. Only MARSHALL i SWIFT SAVE YOU SO MUCH JUST WHEN SAVINGS COUNT THE MOST DIAL 295-3265 Schultz \ Continues thru July 8th Urge Selection of -NEW- BUICKS PONTIACS * CADILLACS Top trade-in allowance for your old car during this Anniversary Event!!! SEE 'WES' OR 'ARMIN' THIS WEEK - ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING - 15 Beautiful Beach Towels Given Away for Next 3 Weeks • • • ^ ' . •'• • • j •':•••••: •' •'*" ' V.'i/''" -.1 ' • '-. ' • ' • ' Continuing through July 8 :— register for 15 beautiful Beach Towels and One Zebco Rod, Reol and Lino combination to be given Free each week. Register every time you stop in, either •t the station or garage. ONE ZEBCO ROD, REEL AND LINE COMBINATION ($20.90 value) EACH WEEK ANTICJUE GAR • Not tollable anywhere • ^» " • - - • ' "- ' - • • else. •> Many 'colors. • Lots of Antique Cars pictured MUST; HAVE DRIVER'S LICENSE TO REGISTER! 1 4 ;r $ 00 Government Bonds TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON JULY 8th • ONE $100 BOND; ONE $50 BOND; AND ONE $25 U.S. GOVT, BOND If yqu win a towel or rod and reel you are automatically disqualified from winning another BUT YOU ARE STILL ELIGIBLE TO WIN A U. S, GOVERNMENT BOND. It's our way of saying "Thank You" for our 26th year SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE A complete stock of factory part* on hand/ at all lime*, te take care of your every need. "TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS IN ALGONA" PHONE 5-3591 • CADILLAC • PONTIAC

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