Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JULY t t 1966~ AL60NA, IOWA - Diane Walker married Diane Walker, daughter of Mrs. Madelia Walker and the late Melivin Walker, Algona, and Dennis R. Fritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fritz, Wesley, were married June 25 at 8 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. The Rev. G. J. C. Gerike performed the double ring ceremony. The maid of honor was Diane Pompe, Whittemore, and the bridesmaid was Donna Besch, Algona. Alvin Meyer, Sexton, was best man, with Richard Fritz, brother of the groom, being the groomsman. Mike Walker, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer, and Lori Pompe, Whittemore, was the flower girl. Ushers included Lloyd Bartlett, Titonka, and -'Dennis Seefeld, Wesley. Soloist was Mrs. James Spauld- 'ing, sister of the groom, Austin, Minn., and the organist was Wilbert Ruhnke. Photo by Poundstone. guests was held in the church parlors after the wedding, with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Aaron, Algona, as host and hostess. Betty Walker, sister of the bride, had the guest book, and Linda Fritz and Betty Walker served punch. Mrs, Harry Vigdal, Armstrong, and Mrs. Ray Vigdal, Algona, poured coffee while waitresses were: Eileen Rielly, Ethel Mae Henry and Judy Wolter. Out of town guests came from Minneapolis, Illinois, South Dakota, California, Woden and Lakota. The bride attended the Algona and Sentral high schools, and worked at the Algona Hotel coffee shop. The groom attended the Titonka high school and served in the army/ He. now works at the Wesley Elevator. After a trip to Wisconsin and Names for lake north of town being sought New names are being suggested for the lake made by the Kossuth county conservation com* mission three miles north of Algona. Among them are Koty (combination of Kossuth and county), Manitou (Indian God of things), Chickasha (tribe once here), Midalburt (halfway between Burt and Algona), Desire, Smith for County Engineer and com-. mission member H. M. Smith),, Octazure, (from oct for 8, the shape of the lake and azure for its deep blue color), Ingham (for Capt. Ingham and son Harvey. A lake in Emmet county is named Ingham), Lake 169, Tiny.; Names previously suggested include Kossuth Lagoon, Kossuth Kosco, Reeds, Joe Lowe, Kitten (because it is a tributory to Black Cat creek), Burgona, Veterans, Algona, Algonquin, Hawkeye, Ur-Own, Angola, Ink- pa-duta. Recent rains have brought considerable water into the lake but it is no where near the size it will be when filled. It is not expected to be filled before late this year. The lake is already the home of many Vmudhens" and a few ducks have been sighted along the shores. Many people visit the area in the evenings and cars can almost always be seen either on the dam or on the east-west blacktop on the north side of the lake. This road is the best place to get an overall view. The Advance is still accepting suggestions for names which will be given to the county conservation commission in tne near future. Send in your suggestions. BLACK BASS — Nine-year-old dancing was part and the Norwegian costumes worn by many added to the color, the famed Decorah Kilties were in the pa* ade. Mr. Sandahl is a former member of the famous Nordic singers and has attended a number of the Sangerfest meetings. AT MUSIC CAMP Three Twin Rivers students attending Dorian Music Camp at Decorah June 19-25 were Dennis Kissinger, son of the Tommy Kissingers, Livermore, trombone, Carlene Hanson, daughter of the Carl Hansons, clarinet, and Mary Lou Olson, daughter of the Ronald Olsons, who attended vocal instruction, music theory, literature and reading. At tending the concert Saturday from this area were the Tommy Kissingers and Sherrill, Mrs. Carl Hanson, the Ronald Olsons and Jane Olson, Des Moines. Mr~. Norman Rolland took her daughter Mrs. Michael Stoddard, tj me ues Moines airport Monday to return to Middle town, R. I., where her husband is in the naval reserve. The Ray Hunz- kers, Huntington Beach, Calif., he Bode girl married, to Alaska eastern Iowa, they are at home in A reception for nearly 200 rural Wesley. Julie Munden, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lyle Munden of Emmetsburg, can prove the fishing is good in Five Island lake. Julie recently caught a two and three- quarter pound black bass using a black'leadhead for a lure. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation : Bode— Roselyn Rolland, daughter of the Norman Rollands, Jode, and Dr. John M. Elverum, of the U. S. air force, son of the Hilford Elverums, of Faribault, Minn., were married at 4:30 p. m. at St. Olaf's Lutheran church June 25. The Rev. Norman Johnson, St. Olaf, and Rev. Rustad, Faribault, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Michael Stoddard, Middletown, R. I., sister of the bride was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Lisle, 111., college roommate, Mrs. Raymond Hunzeker, Huntington Beach, Calif., and Robert ta Rolland, Bode, sisters of the bride. Eugene Asterlund, Minneapo lis, was best man. Ushers were Raymond Hunzeker, Huntington Beach, Ronald Reineke, Faribault, Robert Mitchell, Lisle and Miiford Elverum, Faribault The groom's sister Jean, Dallas Texas, sang accompanied on the organ by Mrs. David Engel. The reception was held at the Steak Harbor at Humboldt. The Gary Petersons, of Pocahontas were dining room hosts. The cake was served by Mrs. Archie lolland and Mrs. Marcus Roll- jnd. Gifts were displayed by |Irs. Terry Hanson, Mrs. Jim Jerte, Mrs. Byron Naeve and fflrs. Jack David. Jan Elverum, ?aribault, sister of the groom, had the guest book. Waitresses were Trudy Rossing, Kay Selvig, and Geri Vedvik. Punch was served by Mrs. Sharon Eickhoff and Mrs. Charlyn Tesdahl. She is a graduate of Luther college, Decorah, and has been teaching at Wauwatosa, Wis., a year. He attended St. Olaf college, in Minnesota, and is a grad- ijate of Illinois college of optom- erty in Chicago. He is stationed Fairbanks, Alaska, with the U. force, where they will live. fos. Elverum will teach kindergarten in the air base school. AT DECORAH FEST The Leo Rollands and Ing- left for Peoria, 111., where will do post-praduate work at the college. The Talmai Heggens and Sherrill were in Decorah Saturday where Sherrill registered as a freshman at Luther. They also attended the Dorian Con. cert. The Ronald Olsons and Jane visited Saturday and Sunday at Dick Henley's, Decorah. Mrs. Henley is the former Jorine Olson, ten route the Olsons also visited Mrs. Ada Rolland in Ct sage. Wilford Rood has returned erson's. Mrs. Pederson IS all aunt of Mr. Kihseth and Mrs. Alexander. Creri Vedvik, who recently r*»- turned from a week at Gifts State will give an account of her week at the next Auxiliary meeting at the Legion hall on July .5. The John Ericksons, Carroll, former Twin Rivers band direct or, visited recently at Thor Selvig's. Other visitors this last weekend were the Gilford Nel* sons, and Fred Smiths, Rolfe. Frank Jolliffe, Humboldt, took the Thor Selvigs to Methodist Manor in Storm Lake recently to visit Guy Lothian. Mr. Jolliffe was later a guest of: the Sel- vigs. The Selvigs also attended open house at Ottosen for Leoard Holden's 80th birthday. 0. M. Nordlie, Fort Dodge, was a recent guest of the Thor Selvigs. Two from Kossuth aid students William Bartlett, Algona, has been chosen proctor for a men's hall, and Janet Cunningham, of Burt, has been named counselor 'or a women's residence hall at Morningside college for the coming school year. She is the dau ghter of the Ray Cunninghams, and he is a son of the Wes Bartletts. The proctors and counselors assist new students and help adjust to dormitory living. ill MONEYT To Buy Land To Pay Dobfc To Build or Romodtf For Othor Purport Land lank loam on land are low-cost, made; for long, term*... to payment* are low. And you can pay in advance without penalty! *•• U§ tor • LAND BANK LOAN South of Penneys in Algona Preferably on Mondays and Wednesdays E. H. Hutchins, Mgr. Mrs. Helen Haas, A*s't. iji Fai S. air vald Sandahls, went to Decorah Fort Dodge recently for the Norweigian Singers of America Sangerfest. It was the nrst time" the national meeting was held in a city the size of Decorah. Norweigian singers came from all parts of the United States and Canada. Street from a recent visit with his brother, the Richard Roods, Detroit. Mrs. Hilda Enger had guests Sunday for her grandson Randal Larson, son of the Ralph Larsons, Mallard, who recently returned from Viet Nam. Pres ent were the Ralph Larsons, ol Mallard, Henry Engers, Mallard ry Lensings, Humboldt, the! [-loward Hemmestads, Fort Dodge, and Dale Hemmestad, Fort Dodge, the Eddie Moores, Hardy, Maurice Larsons, Ted Kin- seths, and Walter Bakkens, Bode. Rev. David Quill, Mt. Prospect, 111., visited Sunday to Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Nora Quill. Mrs. Quill returned to Mt. Prospect with him for a visit. Mrs. R. W. Fisher, of Red Oak, daughter of Mrs. Quill, also visited in Bode with her mother and brother Sunday and Mon dav. • •'•'::'• SPECIAL PRICES ON USED The Thomas Kinseths, Bur bank, Calif., Arthur Alexanders and two nieces, Eagle Grove visited last week at Bertha Ped Several used Standard and Portable machines WE NEED THE ROOM $ 15 AND UP YOU SAVE \HutzeWs School & Off ice ALGONA SHEAKLEYS r; NOW IN PROGRESS 10 BIG DAYS-Inds Saturday, July 16 ig Reductions on Both Floors Drastic Savings on ALL Famous Brand Summer Apparel Algona SHEAKLEYS Immetsburg

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