Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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THURIDAY, JULY 14, 1964 A&VANCIJohn teuton man is married at Ocheyedan • Fenton—June 26 at the Ocheyedan Methodist church Judith Jean Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Weaver, Qcheyedan, and William H. Jentz, son of Mrs. William Jentz, Fenton, and the late Mr. Jentz, were married. The Rev. S. Gale Howard performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Larry Winter of Davenport was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. John Spiegel, Harris. Mrs. Charles Davis, Cherokee, was matron of honor. Mrs. Keith Bare, Emmetsburg, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Suzanne Sieman, Sioux City, was the bride's personal attendant. Leslie Weaver, niece of the bride was flower girl. '.' Gary Zumach, Wall Lake, was best man and Keith Bare, Env metsburg, was groomsman. Ushers were William Weaver, Newport News, Va., and Darrel Fiet, yncoln, Neb. Mrs. Ron Gaston, of Spencer, Wad the guest book. A reception was held in the Fellowship hall. Hosts were the L. E, Na- abs, Qcheyedan. Punch was served by Pat Sturgis, Ocheyedan. Waitresses were Connie and Rhonda Ostermann and Susan Schmidt, all Ocheyedan. Cake was cut and served by Mrs. Floyd Watters and Mrs. Ocheyedan. Mrs. Lena Williams, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Erma W6odworth, Manson, aunts of the bride, poured coffee. Gifts were displayed by Mary Thompson, Shenandoah, Carole Abernathy, Omaha, and Rox^ anne Warrick, Worthington, Minn. Paul Naab carried the gifts. She is a graduate of the Ocheyedan school in 1960 and from the State College of Iowa in 1964. He graduated from Fenton high school in 1957 and from the State College of Iowa in 1961. They have been teaching in Cherokee. Following a wedding trip to Minneapolis, they are now at the Methodist Camp Grounds on West Lake Okoboji. He is employed by the Okoboji Lake Patrol for the summer. In the fall both will return to teaching in Cherokee. VISIT REST HOME Devotions, music, and poems was presented by the WSCS at Turner's rest home in Armstrong recently. Myrtle Baago, Virginia Weisbrod, Mar) Weisbrod, Helen Yager, Retta Eigler, Maxine Osborn and Dort Ranney entertained patients and treated them to homemade bars and coffee. Members of the Methodist church congregation at the Home include Blanche Huskamp, Helen Widdel, Mary C. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner. Mrs. Olga Huskamp has just re*- cently moved to the Good Samaritan home in Algona. That evening Rev. Eldridge held the services for the patients. Kaithr ryn Ditsworth played the piano and Nadine Weisbrod sang. WILL MAKE QUILTS WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday with CLIP THIS COUPON Mrs. Wilfred Stoebtt in charge of the devotions and Mrs. Dcr- wood Voigt conducting the pro* gram. They voted to make quilts for the Church World Service. Items needed by the group include yard goods or scraps of material 4 inches square, money, sheet blankets and time to sew. Contributions should be given to Lois Voigt, or left at the parsonage or the church kitchen. Hostesses were Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Mrs. James Laabs. MAKE ALTAR SETS St. Luke's Lutheran Aid of Fairville met Thursday afternoon with Rev. Bliss leading tiki* devotions. Mrs. James Bierstedt had the topic. The committee reported work on the two new sets of paraments for the altar, one set in red and one in purple. A thank you letter was read from Mr. Ishmir thanking the group for their gift of money to help bring his family to the States. Mrs. Don Sasse, daughter of the Blisses, was a guest. Hostesses were Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn. Titonka 40th GIRLS STATE TALK The Fenton Legion Auxiliary held its July meeting at Mrs. Ed Bruhn's. Mrs. Harson and Mrs. Holmgram, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Norman Larson and Mary Lou were guests. Miss Larson gave a talk on her trip to Hawkeye Girl's State, sponsored by the group. They voted to send $2.50 to the Des Moiries VA hospital. The next meeting will be a picnic at Mrs. Clarence Osborn's. The Fred Mortensens had as guests recently the Darrell Householders and the Ronald Mor- thensens, Omaha. DIAMOND'S "WIN A HONDA" CONTEST (IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER) Fill in your name _ and address in the ' bottom of this coupon | and drop in the box t at Diamond's in Algona. Age restriction 6 to 96. You will get two additional coupons with each purchase of any Wrangler brand garment including girl's jeans, cut-offs, boy's jeans, no-iron slacks, shirts, cords or jackets. Men's too. Buy more, save more , and get more at j Diamond'*. Additional priies to be given every week. YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER. Drop your coupon it Diamond's — Honda drawing on Aug. 30! Nothing to buy — register every time you are in the store. More chances to win every time you are in! Mrs. Howard ftatey family. John remained for a visit. Mrs. E. Frank returned home with the Shaft* tftw htving meftt a week visiting with Mrs. kabey. Sunday picnic supper guests of the Kenneth Bollingers were the Wayne Bollingers, of Lone Rock, Gene Tietzes, Harvey Bol< linger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, the Norman Bollingers and Mrs. Marguerite Weisbrod. Mrs. Jerry .Witt* b*d M guests Mrs Victor Dreycr and Cindy, Mrs. Bernie Kramer and family, Mrs. John Watte *n4 girls, and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls Thursday f or Tanv my Waite's sixth birthday, The Carl Sewarts, Minneapolis, were Sunday to Tuesday guests of the Wilfred Stoebers last week. Sunday the Sewarto, Stoebers, and Raymond Stoebers vfc*4*d Mr. Otadyi Smith, and Jim, at their «bm it Oko boji. fiift Earl Restlers, Wilfflafl, Minn., were weekend gUeMfl of the Floyd Duncan*. Mrs. Jessie Jentt recently spent the weekend with her Mtt, the William Jenfee*. at the Methodist Camp Grounds at Lake Okoboji. MR. AND MRS. VINCENT HEIFNER of Titonka will observe their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, July 24, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the Titonka schoolhouse. A short program will be held at 2:30. All neighbors, friends and relatives are invited. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Rosenthals, East Chain, Minn., Levant Moores, Titonka, and Mrs. Rose Kraft, Lone Rock. Jerry Freyholtz, of Fenton, married Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Freyholtz announce the marriage of their son, Jerry, to Carol Pomeroy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pomeroy, Chicago, 111. The wedding took place on June 4 in Chicago. They are living for the summer in Chicago. August 19 they will move to Beaverton, Ore., where both will begin teaching positions in Lutheran schools. J7» n i 5 CLIP THIS COUPON LAABS REUNION There were 94 at the Laabs reunion July 4 at the Fenton Commuity Center. Attending from the Fenton area were Mrs ; R. F. Laabs and Amanda Schutt, the Fred Mortensens, Beverly Egland, Wallingford, Wilfred Laabses, James Laabses, Arnold Laabses; also the Darryl Householders, Ronald Morthensens, of Omaha, the Bernard Laabses, of Armstrong, Ray Schmidts and Mrs. Walter Schmidt, Austin, Minn,, the C. W. Haases, Algona, Mrs. Virgil Wolf family, of Bancroft, the Fred Laabses, St. Ansgar, Wayne Borks, Carpenter, Mrs. Pearl Wynn and Chuck of St. Paul, the Paul Hilfers family, Worthington, Minn., the L, Zehms, Dresser, Wis., Wayne Laabses, California, the Harvey Laabses, Fairmont, Mrs. Martha Haase, Bernice, Leona and Evelyn Haase, Burt, the August NORLAND PICNIC . The Olaf Norlands had a picnic July 4. Attending were the Larry Buschers, Algona, Dennis Frinks, Estherville, Lyle Jensens, Ringsted, Gerald Langer- mans, Roger Frinks, Norman Bollingers, Ben Schmidts, Dr. Jerry Waites, Albert Langer- mans, Fred Frinks, Arnold Han- telmans, Eldon Hantelmans, Terri Voigt, Dr. John Waites, Karen Feye, the Gilbert Bleck- wenns, Alien Hantelman and Jean Kunkel. IIMHIIIIIM^^^^ EAR Titonka Indian Days Parade SATURDAY—10:15 a. m. ON KLGA 1600 KC HOSTS AT PICNIC . The Ed Brulms had several families at a picnic at their home July 4. Tne families included the Hilbsrt Kantelmans and their two grandsons, Joel and Scott, of Mankato, the John Hantolmans, Waverly, Gerhart Hantelmans and Paul, Merle Voigts, Burnett Heines, William Hantelmans and Martin Hantel- mans. The Kenneth Johnsons and Jack Gerharts left recently for | a trip east to visit Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Gerhart's uncle at Albany, N. Y. | The Don Sasses, Michael and Kevin, Mayville, Wis., spent a few days last week visiting Mrs. Basse's parents, the Rev. Clifford Blisses. I The Don Shaws spent the past weekend in Cedar Falls with the IIHiHM»IHUIIlHIUlllllllllllltllllHIIHHIlttlllUMIIllllllll »»»«»»•*»»»«»»««»•»»»»•»»»»»»»•»»»*»»»« FORD SALES Top All Others... IN MAY SALES IN KOSSUTH COUNTY Yes, Ford sales in Kossuth County during the month of May topped all other makes. And we at Taylor Motor Co. are extremely proud that the Ford car for 1966 has found such wonderful acceptance. Now is the time to get a wonderful deal on a new Ford as our year-end clearance gets underway. Lots of models and colors to choose from. Step in and see Harold, Bill, Ellis or Dean today! .and mosl were sold by TAYLOR MOTOR CO. "Your Ford & Mercury Dealer in Algona" EAKLEYS Drastic Savings on ALL Famous Brand Summer Apparel 9 Big Reductions on Both Floors

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