Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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2-AL60NA (lew.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 ft conference for managers ! ' "!.^^ in •Lent Reck —Daniel Cotton. 4-months-dld son of the John Cottons, Spencer, is staying at his grandparents the Willis Cottons while the John Cottons with Deborah and David are in Colorado for two weeks. John is attending,the American gpc- iety farm manager's summer conference at the Colorado state university at Fort Collins. married DIANE Catherine Schneider, daughter of the \ William Schnei- i ders, Algona, .and Douglas ,Da- ''''' '' 1 vid'jDojvris, 'son of .thfe^ Ed)viard : ppwris, Mason Ci\y J , 'yvere'.'nwrri-' ed June 25 at i 1 'a.nv ( at JSt':'.C&j ceUa' Catholic church in Algona ; with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P.'-'p'i Gearen performing , the double ring ceremony. ~ - :.-..,vi Sylvia Downs, , ; Des Moines, /was the maid pf-honor, and Mariene Schneider, Algona, was the bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the groom and bride respectiver ly. Russell Schneider, Algona, a brother of 'the j bride; was the ,• best man, and James Reising, of Garner, was groomsman. Danny -i- Downs, -Mason •City, 'brother of the groom, was-the ring-bearer, and the flower girl was'Mary Alice Haag, Ledyard, cousin of the bride; Richard Schniidt, Algeria, and Robert Becker, of Wesley, 'ushered. " ' < Acolytes were,Charles Cassel and Michael Goodman. Jane ': Arndprf^r was soloist, and Mary Hamilton played the', organ.':' A reception and dinner for 175 guests at the Knights of Col umbus hall, Algona, followed immediately after the wedding. Carole Schneider had the guest book. Mary West and Maxine Johnson served,punch." -Mrs^Lef>na Johnson, .Bancroft, cut the cake. Waitresses included: Pamela. Bait, Mary Jane Taphorn Doris Tophorn, Doreen Thilges Jackie Young and Bonnie Reis- hig. Mrs. 'George Kelch, of Me Gregpr, was the hostess. Opening gifts were: Carol Gir res, Cheryl Weydert, Ann Cink and Donna Mergen. Out of town guests \were frpm PCS Moines Blairstown, 306116, McGregor Arikeny, Masoii 'City, Cedar Rap ids and Oelweln. Out of , state guests Wjere from California Kansas, and Minnesota. The bride is a 1963 graduate of'the Garrigan high school, Al goria, arid is now employed in the offices of Weidenhoff Corp in Algona. He is a 1959 gradu ate of the Corwith-Wesley high school and is employed by the •Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. '-. .'•-. ';::•' :. The couple will be at home in Algona after a trip to Colorado. f/ii honored for 50th wedding Burt—Children and the families of the Martin Beckers sponsored open:house June 26 at the V.F. W hall in Algona. Dorothy Becker registered .150 guests. Mrs. Earl Miller poured and Mrs. Harold Becker served the punch. Mrs. .Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. cut and served the cake. Mrs. Orjn Hudson assisted at the tea table. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg was greeter. Marjorie Mawdsley and Virginia Becker were kitchen hostesses. All grandchildren assisted, with ; various .duties. Mrs. Thees Snakenberg presided at the program. Evelyn Mawdsley .sang accompanied by Nancy Becker, and Janet Becker modeled her grandmother's wedding gown. Rachel read .the life history of the Beckers. Nancy, Linda and Janet Becker sang. All 13 grandchudren sang an original scwjg. Prayer was by Rev. Bruce Galbreath. Mabelle Dualevy and Martin Becker w«?re married June 27, 1916. LIONS INSTALL At the Lions club meeting at the Legion hall June 20 new officers were installed by Russell Patterson. Officers are, Pres., Michael Scott; 1st vice, DarrelJ Davis; 2nd vice, Kenneth Sarchet; 3rd vice, Rev. Bruce Calbreath; Lion tamer, Al Hinckley; tail twister, Bruce Cranston; sec.-treas., Wallace Hawcott. New directors for two years are Fred Davis and Floyd Sill. The club voted to enter a float at the Junior Fair and Field day at Swea City July 27. Frank Ryerson gave a program of questions and answers. gate from this conference. W.S.C.S. school of instruction s held this week at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, this week. Mrs, Waiter Campney and Mrs. Quen- in Bjustrom will attend from Burt and Good Hope. The Roger Scotts and Mrs. Celia Scott spent Sunday at Interlaken, Mrs. Bob Hunt, Greeley, Colo., is 'visiting this summer at the Jay D. Graham hoirie. She is the former Arlinda Graham, daughter of Joe Graham. The J. D. Grahams, Joe Graham and Mrs. Hunt were guests Monday at Cylnder at the Alvin Keepers home. Also, guests were the Will Keepers, Cresswall, Ore., who came ' Sunday arid Wednesday went to Kenosha, Wis., to visit their daughter there. Mrs. Mary Zwiefel spent Thursday -to Saturday with the Merrill Zwiefel children while their parents were on a fishing trip at Island Park, Northome, Minn. , Patricia is spending a week vacation with relatives in Davenport and several days at Ames. The Ray Mitchells, Greeley Colo., left Monday for home after an 8-day visit at the parental Jay D. Graham's. June 19 the group spent the day at Bloonv ing Prairie, Minn., at Chris Olson's. They were at Iowa Lake Monday, and Tuesday in Mason City at Kenneth Graham's. Wed nesday they were in Spirit Lake at Jim Sewick s. The Jim Sewicks, Spirit Lake wer.e guests Saturday and Sun day at Mrs. Art Leason's. The> attended the Graham reunion at Marshalltown June 16. The Ted Ringsdorfs, Laton Calif., are visiting relatives anc friends in Burt. Vicki Cranston had a birthday party at her home June 25. Guests Monday of Neoma Junkermeier were Mrs. Mervin The L Dpn Marlows ,Sr., .Pnoe iix, Arizi, came Wednesday to isit his mother, Mrs. Clara Marow at the rest home at Ban- roft. Tliey called on many bth- r relatives and left "Monday norning. The Capt. Dick Edwards fam ly, Amarillo, Texas, stopped over night Friday at Roy Jensen's on the way to Pipestpne,to.visit heir .parents there. They were all guests of the Roger Jensens "tiday .evening; The A. A Kruegers and Am pld Meyers, Algona, were Tues- lay guests . at Melvin Meyer's, 5wea City, for David, Meyer's >th birthday. The Art Spranks, Wentzville, Vlo., arrived at Ed Goche's, at Bancroft Thursday for the wed- ling of Walter, Gpchels daughter Saturday. They also spent ..some time at Sylvester Brace's and visited friends !here. They left Friday and stopped at the Veteran's hospital in Knoxyille to visit his brother Frank.' Mrs. Sylvester Brace had a party for her spii Jason's llth birthday Saturday with ' classmates as guests. Dennis Rodgers, Cedar .Falls, came 'Saturday to A. "A*. Krueger's for an extended visit. The Darrell Longs, Tracy and Tammy, : Bettendorf, came Saturday to visit the George Kissners. Mr. Long returned Sunday taking his sister Mrs. Jerry \Vibben arid family with him to 'visit her parents, the George Longs. They all met at Des Moines Sunday and returned to their respective' horiies.' The Calvin Householders, of Phoenix, Ariz., arid daughter Mrs. Ruth Janson, Lynn and Craig, Lancaster, Calif., came to Woodrow Petti t's Wednesday for a week's visit. Sunday guests at the Pettit home were the Har- "lari 'Blanchards, John Persons, and "Butch" Pettits. Cynthia Blarichard left Sunday for a week at the Presby- erian church camp at Okobpji. The Don Anises arid David. Loveland, Colo., came Saturday Bartlett married MR. AND MRS. W. H. Bart ett announce x the marriage of heir daughter,\Barbara Ann, to Ferrold J; Seiler; son of Mr. and VIrs. Julius Seilfer. Their y ding took .place' on Friday hing, JFiine 17, at The ? Little Brown Church, Nashua. Bill Bartlett and Pat Nayqtehick- Funk, brother : and friepd; of the formerly Wesley. The night, alt the parental tednan* Arndoffef's and all will, be giiests oi the Walmsleys Sufcday in-Sac City. Vicki arid Daft/will be s|>pnsprs at the baptism of their ,niec.e Michelle Sunday. The Leonard Afndorfei;s' took his father John Arndorfer, a resident at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona, to Bancroft Sunday where they .visited,;hisi con- sin, "Ifie" Leo"A.rrid6rfers. Mrs. Don Hauptman won a gallon vacuum jug at Algona June 25. The Bill RqckWppds have; nip- ved from the .Alrie .house on main street where Mrs | Rockwood operated a beauty parlor, into the house of the late Veva Lease which -they purchased. She plans to operate a shop in their:new hpnie later this year. ' the tk)u'Ginks'arid; Jier sister, the'Heriry Eiseribarths, Algona, attended the June 18 wedding of Jirii Bornbach and Joan Ash- n ,City, bride^s parents are the William Schneiders,'"Algofta. .She .is "eiri- pioye'd at Weidenhoff and he i« wiith ' Northwestern Bell Tele- pfione'Co.' """" SEILER REUNION^ ,The Tony Sailers joined ,rela- T-po of, f, <?piler reunion Sunday at the fairgrounds at Algona: .Voin Wtaicy were the Dale Svvaneys, June Nobles and David Nobles, -Britt. Nels Dallwih- thers, M;asori City, Charles Nobles, Jr., Owatonna, Francis SWaneys, Garner, and John' Sei" lers, Humboldt. All Were descendants of Mrs. Mary Sailer. Algona, and the late .Henry Sei : ler. ' " tng the ceremony, a.bridal din per. was served' at Club Iowa in Charles City. Jerrold is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., where they will live till September when she will .return to Storm Lake where she will begin her second year of teaching in first grade. Advance - Glenn'c Photo-Engraving SHOWER IS GIVEN .Mrs. -,Mary Youngwirth, Audra and Mary Jo, Mrs. Tom Forre< burger and Mrs. Helen Young' with attended a pre-nuptial sho\ye,r Friday evening in the Plum Creek Community hall for Nancy Ringstdorf, who will become the bride of Larry Young wirth July 9. Wedding gown;: and nuptial music of the past 50 years were .presented by friends. eief;a1 'the Cink family and gradated Garrigan ... high school in 1902. ' ' , ' v IJ Mrs/JUebWird AfndQffcf * Was , judges at a queen ., contest held at the school (Annex, Algona, .Wednesday evening. The contest was sponsored by the ,pprk .prpcjucers. . , • ./The Benny ^Studers attended a family'. reiiftion'.at ' her jtoM the Ma'tt tfrdmans near ..Whitte.". .-nore Sunday. Others were the Mrs. Teresa Berger ; family,, .$!• sona, the Melvin filberts and the mother, Mrs. Cecelia Merger, all Whittemore. .'"•' "The Albert Lichteigs: attended a -Meiman reunion at .Hampton Sunday." > • . • Mrs. J. M. Kunz and har.;\mclc Henry Shore went. to. New Hartford Ins . . Saturday and visued sister, -Mrs. Ann .Smith, .and her son,' •thV'kenribth' Smiths.. .They enberger at Marshfield, Wis. He j returned Sunday Hansen,, Richard Simpsons, Ray are •-.ifii^ ANNUAL MEETING T^e annual stockholder ing of the Burt Cooperative elevator will be held July 8 at 8 p.m. in the Legion hajl. A drawing will be held at 8:05 p. m. Wives are invited to stay for refreshn).ent$ after the meeting. AT CONFERENCE R*y and Mrs. C. Davis are ajteodjng the Prairie eo»- at Christian World college, »i Canada, Rev. Davies is an official dele- Groesbeck and dean, Garner. daughter Ber Mrs. Grosbeck and ISeoma were college friends at Cedar Fails. Foimtr Burt woman dies Jynt 22 Burt—Cleo Weldin, 72, died June 22 at the Crouse Custo dial bonie, Jndianola, where had been a patient since Aug. 1965. She graduated from Simp son cp^ege jya 1915 and taught lor almost 50 yea Funeral services were held June 35 at tjie Methodist church in Indianola with burial in La dora. o Dell Marlow's. James Marlow and Dennis 'riebe are on a fishing trip at 'ierre, S. D. The A. A. Kruegers, Dennis Rodgers, Cedar Falls, and David lade, Whittemore, Sunday attended Aldrich Presbyterian church, Minneapolis, and were dinner guests of Pastor Benjamin Meyer. Kermit Krueger and Sunny Thomas were also guests. The Leon Marlows, of Utica, Mich., are visiting friends and relatives until Thursday. The Jerry Tollers came on Tuesday to the parental Eldin Mai-low's for an extended visit They are from Stockton. Calif. THAT DID IT — P. T. Barnum, the celebrated circus ma nager, once spent a fabulous sum for an unusual attraction He bought an animal considered sacred in Burma and Siam— an albino elephant. The beast, fal ling short as an attraction, be came costly to keep. Since it was nearly impossible to dispose of Barnum's experience gave rise to the expression "white eleph ant." back from trip in west W«tley — Anna and Ethel Flom". returned Friday from two weeks on a 5000-mile trio to the west coast. Thev visited the,Bad Lands, Black iHills, Mt. .Rush, more. Yellowstone park and Old Faithful. They ascended the 600-foot, Space Needle'in Seattle, rode the monorail'train. They saw the annual rose oarade in Portland, Ore., Mt. Hbor!, Timbuline Lodge and Bonneville dam. They drove 100 miles alone the Pacific coast saw the Myrtle Tree Grove went throupti-'two'factories • rode a car ferry over Pudget .Sound. In Vancouver, Wash., thev vip- •ted long-time friends. MelHp ^gland and her sister .Mrs. Avir Oustavsnn. They visited the Harold Skows, Seattle. The Floms were accompanied tv Renela Egland, Hauston. hfinn.. who staved for a longer visit .with her sisters in Vancouver. These three .sisters have jeen freauerit visitors 'of Iftp IHoms. Anna and Ethel visited the graves of two uncl«s, on« in Bremerton, Wash,, 'and one in Bandon, Ore. REUNION IS HELD A Pearson - Larson reunion was held Sunday at the Anton Pearson farm for the Carl Pearsons. Manly, who are moving to Florida in July. Present were the James Larsons, of Mankatq. Min;n. Richard Crails and Lynn Kuecks, Algona; Axel Carlsons and Ralph Carlsons, Burt; Carl Pearsons. Manly; Richard Deles. Mason Citv; Paul McNeils/Spirit Lake; John Carlsons, Whittemore; Palmer Pearsons, Britt Carlsons and Leonard Larsons, air Wesley. ATTEND WEDDING <The Luke Youngwirths and Tim, and Luke's mother,, Mrs. Helen Youngwirin, went to Dubuque Saturday morning for the wedding of a cousin, Terry Gartner and Doris Hefel in the Sacred Heart Catholic church. Sunday morning i'ney attended the 25th anniyersary of Father Elias Koppert in the priesthood at St. .Patrick's church. Father Elias .is ..with .,th.e JErjan$is.c.an .Fathers in Chicago. They attended :the anniversary dinner at the i Holiday Inn. Father Elias fre» visits the Youngwirths. The Wesleyans stopped in Marshalltown Sunday and visited a cousin, Mrs. Mary WallKup. ATTEND FUNERAL 'The Lou Cinks and his moth- sr, Mrs. Anna Cinkj atterided the neral of^the^^latter^s, .sister, Irs. Franhf CuikTat "ST." Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona Tues,day morning at 9:30. Burial was •'n the Wesley St. Joseph cenie- ( tery. She died at Mercy hospi- ibl, Fort Dodge, following a long illness. She is survived by her husband, who is a brother of the ate George Cink, Wesley, her iister, Mrs. Anna Cink, arid four children: Julius Cink and Mrs. E. E. .Ruth) Robinson, both Algona; Lillian Watts, Oxnard, alif.; and Mrs. Michael Stoffel, Willmar, Minn. The Cink family lived north and southwest of Wesley many years ago. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Larry Lee Youngwirth, son of the Larry Youngwirths, and Nancy Ringsdprf, daughter of the Wendell Ringsdorfs, Burt. The wedding has been set .for July .9, She is employed by Brady Motorf rate Inc. in Des Moines. He is in the navy aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. 1964 CHEVROLET B«l Air ^deor, ' " .' 'r'tli. ; " ....... ' , : . ..•• The girl born to the Dale Wingerts June 15 was baptized Saturday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips. She was named Lynn Renee. Sponsors were Duane Becker, Britt, and Karen Wingert, Minneapolis.' Guests were the" Duane Beckers, Karen Wingert, Mrs. Clair Wingert, Robert and Steven, and the Ray Beckers. Clair Wingert was brought home Friday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a patient three weeks following a heart attack. The. Elmer Daughns went to Sac City Sunday for a week with their daughter the Jim Walms- leys. A girl was born to them Saturday and she has been named Michelle. She has four sisters and one brother. The family. will move to Webster City soon wilUiaLpn 4he faculty of a junior c Vicki and Dan Arndorfer. Cedar Rapids, will spend Saturady J964 DODGE ,4-door. V r 8, AuteMatic Tran»mj**ipn. ; ''' '•'•'" . '" " ' ; '. .. , ,•;,_• ..• .'....• •' • ,••».; ,\i ' 1963 CHEVRQLET Impala 2-deor, Sport Coupe, white, ftjel inferior, V-d engine,, Power Glide, radio,,ppwer tteering. "• ' • 1963 MONZA coupe, Maroon, Black bucket seats, 4-speed, radio, 26,000 miles. If41 CHEVROLET Bel, Air( ^djOpr.y-B, Power Glide, .'"' riiidllo, green color. ,' ^. '.,. •,.;. 1957 FORD Victoria 2-door, V-8, good. -USED TRUCKS- 1961 GMC Va-ton Pickup. 1959 CHEVROLET 2-tpn Truck, 6-cylinder, 8:25 x 10-ply tires, 2-speed. 1958 IHC 2-ton 8:25 x 10-ply tires, 2-speed. 1957 FORD Vi-ton Pickup. GREAT COIN'S ON IN USED CARS AND TRUCKS NOW! "On-the-spot Financing" Kossuth Motor Co, Soufhwest of the Courthouse Square >•> ^ ••,Algona, Iowa " Harold Schwabs, CorwHh; Art Larsons, Buffalo Center; Lee Pearsons, Ledyard: Darrell anc Randy Geisking, Titonka; and Elof Pearsons, Frank Johnsons Stanley Simpsons, Duane Lar son, Burton Hansen, Mrs. Anna AT GOLDEN WEDDING Roy Hansen, the Theron Han sens, Gordon Giddings, Joe Goe- tzes and George Goetzes attend ed the golden wedding of the Robert Stevens, Algona, Sunday in the Methodist church. Among relatives who attended were the Ray Stevens, Wesley. Rober Steven lived with his parents the Tom Stevens, many years ago where the Geo. Detmerings now live. AT ALGONA WEDDING A number of Wesleyans at tended the weeding of Dougla Downs and Diane Schneider in St. Cecelia Catholic church in Algona Saturday. The groom' parents are the Ed Downs, Ma Wt would like to take tbi* opportunity to think our friends and customers for their patronage the two y 9 ars we have operated the Johnson Hows* Motet and Rostfurfnt. • > It has tain a sincere pleasure to serve y«u §nj we want «a«h f f you to know that your patronage has b*tn §ppreci- ttfd. Wt kn«w that the new owners will ujphtM *Hi *' n t trfditjor. of the JOHNSON HOUSE and we with them thf b»st af luck in >ht 4»y» ahead. CONTRACT DETASSELERS for PIONEER SEED CORN FIELDS CONTRACT DETASSEUN8 ARRAN8EMENTS • You are assigned 3 to 5 acres per person, • You can make contract detasseling a family arrangement. • Housewives can earn detasseling money without working in a crew. You work independently, FIELD LOCATIONS WEST OF ALGONA - EAST OF ALGONA ^ SOUTH OF WHITTEMORE — SOUTH OF IRVINGTON ^ SOUTH OF TITONKA ^ SOUTH OF BRITT — NORTH OF EMMITSIURG, INQUIRE IMIEDUTILY PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. ALGONA PHONE: 295-2481

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