Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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Diane Helland is married to Shenandoahan Fenton — Diane Helland, daughter of the E. A. Hellands, Fenton, became the bride of Charles Boyd Kolb, Shenandoah, in a dpube ring wedding ceremony in the Fenton Methodist church, June 26, at 3 p.m., by Rev. Alan Helland, brother of the bride, with 120 guests. The bridegroom is the son of the Boyd H. Kolbs, Shenandoah. Mrs. Nancy Helland was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were. Jan Davis, Linda Dee and Sue A.nn Kolb. Best man was Keith Lawyer, and groomsmen were Clayton Davis, Peter Getz and Dale .Blakesley. Mrs. Mary Georgia Hansen was organist and soloist was Mrs. Mary Francis PUrcell. A wedding reception followed THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors —•— RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE —• — ' Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 886-1006 — 886-1001 — 886-1970 at the church. Assisting in the •eception were Mrs. Homer Darling, Runne-11, Mrs, Peter D'- Amout Chicago, and Lusinda milling, Madison, Wis. ' She is a graduate of Simpson college and is a librarian at Central college in Pella. He is also a graduate of Simpson college and s teaching. They will live in Pella. HOME PROM HONEYMOON The George Arthur Bierstedts are home following a one-week wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells. They were married June 17 at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville with the Rev. Clifford Bliss officiating at the double ring ceremony at 6:30 p.m. A reception for 350 followed at the West Bend Legion club. Mrs. Bierstedt, the former Karen Louise Baiiwart, is the daughter of the Arlie Banwarts, Ottosen, He is the son of the Hilbert Bier- stdets, Whittcmore. Attendants were Kathleen Blair and Gary Berkland. Ushers were Mark Bierstadt, brother of the groom, and Terry Frieden. The bride is a graduate of West Bend high school and attended Waldorf college at Forest City. She is employed at Iowa State bank in West Bend. He graduated from Sentral high school, attended Emmetsburg Junior college and is farming. PLUM CREEK SHOWER Nancy Ringsdorf was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Plum Creek Center school. A program was given with models wearing wedding gowns from 60 to one year old. Gowns were modeled by Donna Larsen, Mary Degen, Mrs. Roger Scott, Joan Degen, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Theresa Garman and Mrs. Gary Alberts. Music was by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Nancy and Linda Becker, Linda Gardner, Patrice and Linda Bode, Norma Bode and Annette Gilbride. She received many gifts. Lunch was served. Mrs. Gary Alberts poured and Audrey Youngwirth served punch. Marsha Sampson registered the guests. Hostesses were Mrs. L. BLANKET Special 99c Regularly $1.25 Value 3 WEEKS - From June 27 Until July 16 REJUVENATE YOUR OLD BLANKETS WITH NEW BINDINGS AT A SMALL ADDITIONAL CHARGE. Only MARSHALL ft SWIFT SAVE YOU SO HUGH JUST WHEN SAVINGS COUNT THE MOST Swift, , rvc DIAL 295-3265 Fenton soldier Swea City girl is married at Marion chapel SWM • Eagle — Janet Walker Parker Larimer, Jr., Marion, were married June 25, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of the First Presbyterian church, Marion, in a double ring ceremony, with Pastor Jean P. Hauter.officia.ting. Parents are the Ralph Walkers, Swea City, and Parker Larimers Sr., Oxford. Reta Alerdyce, of Swea City, was her sister's matron of honor. Flower girls were Dori Walker, sister of the bride, and Sheri Alderdyce, a niece, both of Swea City. A wedding dinner was servec at the Town House at Marion foi the family and a few friends There will bs an open house re ception July 17 at Immenua Lutheran church at Swea City. She graduated from Swea City high school and received her Bachelor degree from Uper Iowa university at Fayette. She has been teaching music two years at Springville. He graduated from the school at Oxford and has been employed at Marion. Vlgona Presbyterian churchi une 4. Mrs. Carolyn Berkknd, PeMon, wa> matron of honor, and best man was Dafrel Berkand, Fentori. The reception was teld at Darrel Berklands, Fenon. The cake was cut by Mrs. Mary Kay Gorman, Blue Earth, Mrs. Dennis Guerdet poured coffee, and Mrs. Bernard Laabs punch. They are living on a farm south of Swea City. She graduat- from Yttba City high school and attended Chico State col- .ege. She is employed by Dr. Melvin Virnig, Blue Earth. He graduated from Roosevelt high school in Des Moines, Colorado School farms south of Swea City. and attended of Mines and ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY 7, Swea City, Wayne Gades, Whittemore, Mrs. Wayne JorgeflS^fi and children, the Jim Brocks, of rlingpted, Johhie Tobins and the Vernon Hardts, Fairmont. The Roger Holcombs, Mason | fevetett tended the" tapper ttdflMI',l$ Buffalo Center June l» r The fed rrerichs ftflst^ June 26 gtiests of h*f itttir, ft Lyle Westfails, " Friday evening, Walkers had at a the Ralph pre-nuptial >arty at the Town House at Maron. Present were Janet Walker, Barker Larimer, the Ralph Walkers and Dori, Reta Alderyce and Sheri, Lowell Farland, Ceylon, Minn., and the Mike Weser- y,s Marion. Cathy Ranae, daughter of the Art W. Larsons, was baptized June 12, at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Swea City, with Rev. Peterson officiating. Sponsors were grandparents, the Sam Larsons, and the Ronald Johnsons. Guests at the Larsons were the Sam Larsons and Anne, Ronald Johnson, Sharon Johnson and friend, Cedar Rapids and the p astor Peterson. The Art W. Larsons and Sam Larsons spent the week at Okbboji. Mrs. Virgil Jensen had major surgery at St. Marys hospital Rochester, recently. Her husband and the Weldon Brandts visited her Sunday. The Walter Goraczkowskis visited his mother, Mrs. Dora RFC ARLYN C. TEGELER, Fenton, Iowa, Battery B 1st How Bn 185th Artillery, Clinton, is learning the correct procedure on stacking the.Ml rifle while attending the non-commissioned officer course during 2 week annual field training period at Camp Dodge. The non-commissioned officer candidates must establish proficiency in number of military categories, including leadership, map and aerial photograph reading, weapons, drill and command, physical fitness, methods of instruction, vehicle maintenance, and tactics, before they are eligible for a non-commissioned officers grade. If he successfully completed the course he was to be graduated July 2. L. Hoover, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, Mrs. Tom Sampson, Mrs. Robert Degen, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and Mrs. Gerald Garman. RINGSDORF SHOWER Nancy Ringsdorf was given a miscellaneous shower June 17 in St. Cecelias hall. At 500 Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley, had high and Mrs. Sarah Raney, Wesley, low. Mrs. Phil Ballard won the door prize. The bride to be received many gifts and lunch was served. "Hostesses "were Alice May, Pat Daughan, Mary Krieps; Rita Youngwirth, ArdeU Youngwirth, Minnie Bleich, Ann Bleich, Helen M. Youngwirth, Dorothy Becker, Toots Youngwirth, Ann Garman, Marilyn Thompson, Darleen Immerfall, Mary Elaine Quinn, Donna Jean Lynch, Marjorie Lattimer, Margaret Wempa, Mary Tarburger, Joan Lass, Darlene Forburger, Vera Erpelding and Julia Forburger. She will be married to Larry Lee Youngwirth July 9 in St. Cecelias church. of the Arnold Hantelmans, returned home by plane; Sunday from ten days with relatives at Portland, Ore. She returned to Minneapolis by air where she was met by her brother, Allen, and Bill Hassel. Former Algonan is Marine in Viet Nam John F. Elbert, son of the Arnold Elberts, formerly of Algo ria ? a'hd ntfw at'Fonda', 1 'is r ari''as- sistant gunner in an "ammo humper" with the maries in Viet Nam. He attended St. Cecelia's and was a student at Garrigan until the family moved to Fonda in 1961. His address is Pfc. John F. Elbert, USMC 2168077, 1st Batt. 9th Marines, B Co. 3 Rd. Pit. (weapons), c/o San Francisco, Calif. 96602. In a letter home he told of his belief this country is obligated to future generations to stop the Red Chinese in Viet Nam. WED AT ALGONA Evelyn Faye Scott, daughter of Mrs. Delores Scott, Yuba City "Jalif., and Gordon Berg Garrison, son of Gordon T. Garrisons Swea City, were married at the Goraczkowski, Armstrong, June 26. Mrs. Marvin, Nelson, Fuller ton, Calif., is visiting her sister in-law, the Mancil Hurlburts and other relatives here and in Estherville. The annual Brandt reunion was held at Reynolds park June 26. Present were the Lawrenci Brandts, Art Brandts, Elmore Mrs. Warden Schmidt family, o Titonka, Mrs. Martha Schroeder Ledyard, the Ronald Schroeders Ready now! The remarkabtd AND Alt; OTHER MODUS ' • , ' '/ i .'V* Sizzling sport version of th< ular Honda 90, Top pjerformancsl^ sleek new design, remarkably low | " ' < ' '» ' " - *-'£ price. See the Super 90 today atf APPLIANCtz HONDA 'DlVlSJON 310 E. STATE..ALGONA/.PHONE: 295-3818^1 Take a tip from area businessmen: m SHOWER IS GIVEN Pat Reding, Michelle Cassell, Marilyn Stoeffel, Marilyn Platt and Mrs. Gary Alberts, of Klem- ine, recently were hostesses at a linen shower for Nancy Ringsdorf at the Ralph Ringsdorf home. Games were played and prizes won were presented to the bride. Miss Ringsdorf received many lovely gifts and a delicious lunch was served. Thursday guests of Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were Mrs. Elmer Grienert, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Mrs. Albert Langerman for Mrs. Hantelman's birthday. The Kenneth Bollingers, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and the Gene Tietzes attended a family picnic at Clear Lake July 4. Wednesday evening guests of the Arnold Hantelmans were the Norman Bollingers for Mrs. Hantelman's birthday. Rennee Hantelman, daughter Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Traveling to ST, PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY Whtrt th« Twin Cili«i Mt»t MOTOR LODGE c Twin$ til olor Hotel I 2 FAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL I LOUNGES-MK. JOE'S mil INN OF1HE BLACK KNIGHT • 2 SWIMMING POOLS - Indoor Heated Pool-Large Outdoor Pool tnd P»tio t 230 LUXURIOUS GUEST ROOMS HU) SUITES-AM Ait-Conditioned t Radio ( TV. 12 WiNitM It •Minloiiii Wnnwpolii W. »wl t 15 WliuiUi to' Inteimlloiul Altu* IMi *t»4lum « 3 Hiiwlw to i| Sbweinc CinbK - """• *«p 50 _j Mi ttflns f Hinults to Univcuity of Wnntwta, WmiMjiolii ind St Pwl am- num. VMIcd CtnUr ind HoipiUI, Stile -' - |fc SUt, CwiUI Md P«ic» IhliUUnfi. P»rM, Gill Courus ' (Hin»f«iiih al InteiMl. Singles-?9.75 Children Doubles-$12.75 Under 14 Twins-$14.75 FREE 10 MEETING and IAMQUET I00«| • to jccommodato gioupj VD Is 5W.. ^ r«r ««t«<ii«U««i Phm (f 12) MS-W(||MM| Mjfv FREE: USE COUPON FOR FOLLOWING r^ """* ~~ "^ ™~ "™" "^ """ "^ ""* ""™ ^^ ** *! (Check Boxes) ' MIDWAY LODGES GUEST SERVICE 1975 UNIVERSITY AVENUE ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA 5510S Gentlemen: Please send the following: D Midway Motor Lodge Brochure D Twins Motor Ho'tel Brochure Information on things to do and let In the Twin Cities Name Address State Zip m-Hll TfliM Vifer ttoltl • Mar |> Uni««r»ilj Venue. St Piul, Minn. 55104 Guests Saturday of Mrs. Lottie Isenberger were Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Pearl Smith, Mrs. Mary Zoller, all of Lakota. Sunday the Walter Klamps, Algona, spent the day with her. Guests Saturday at the Lawrence Doege home were Mrs. Clara Wise, Junction City, Wis., and the LeRoy Wises, Mosine, Wis. They attended the Wise reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. They also visited the Wilbur Doeges. The Wises and Doeges are cousins. Birthday circle will meet on July 14 with Mrs. C. M. Gross. Mrs. Alta Froh, of Roland, is spending a week with her sis- er Mrs. D. A. Campney. Mr. Campney spent several days at he Buffalo Center hospital last week but improved and returned to the Heritage Rest Home in Bancroft. The annual stockholders meeting of the Burt Cooperative levator will be held July 8 at 8 p.m. in the Legion hall. ON DEAN'S LIST Grinned — Timothy L. Dailey ; son of the Doyle Daileys, and Rod J. Ricklefs, son of the Ar nold J. Ricklefs, have been named to the dean's list at Grinnell college for the second semestei of the 1965-66 academic year Both are graduates of Algon high school. <WTH — Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Duclos, Manly, were feted there June 26th upon their 60th wedding anniversary. The Due los nave been residents of Man ly the past 50 years. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE m o n • ^M M .^^i^K^n^B •^.•l Dlamowl's , Algona, Iowa Now you can give your whole house the same dependable gas air conditioning that cools modern hospitals, office buildings, apartments, schools, etc. Gas air conditioning has an unmatched record of performance in business and industrial installations. And these are the reasons. A gas cooling unit has no moving parts, which means it cools quietly and dependably, with no loss of efficiency over the years, with virtually no maintenance. And gas cools economically. Aren't these the same things you're looking for in a central air conditioning system for your home? Find out how simple it can be to cool your whole house with gas air conditioning. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas air conditioning equipment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too.) C PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 295-2484 COMPLETE UP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA

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