Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 18, 1966
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i-ALOONAJfawi)AOVAMCI MONDAY, JULY II, INI | NtWS OP ALGONA I '' I I News -iY MOLLY MacDONALD i i i i Mrs. Wade Sullivan entertained her brother and sister-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. Thomas M. Kelly of Emmetsburg Friday evening At dinner. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison wa» visited over the July 9 weekend by her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hutchison, Holly, Hilary and Tad of Des Moines. 'Hilary remained with her grandmother for the week, while another grandchild, Stephen Carroll who has been visiting here from California, returned with the Ted Hutchisons for a week's stay in Des Moines. Stephen's sister Molly remained here with her grandmother and cousin. •,,- Bob Martin, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin, returned home last week Saturday from the Presbyterian camp at Okoboji where he spent the week as a counselor. • Mrs. Julius Kunz was visited TONIGHT, TUBS. A W&D. ? y j- •" "3 J * ."/WAifcrtA-** ^fe** Engaged Lakota— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M. Paulsen, Lakota, announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Marie, to Gary L. Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Edwards of Anamosa. He is a senior at Iowa university and she will graduate from the Iowa Lutheran school of nursing in Des Moines in August. A late summer wedding is planned. STARLITE DRIVEIN TONIGHT & TUESDAY CARROLL BAKER IN "HARLOW" — SECOND FEATURE JMCHMICOLtU Tuesday evening by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Goplerud of Mason City. The Gopleruds also attended the swimming meet here that evening. Mrs. Edwin Laing and daughters Karen and Barbara are spending two weeks here visiting her mother, Mrs. M. L. Bruch, and her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Chiquet were visited for several days recently by Mr. Chiquet's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Chiquet and son Dickie of Norwalk, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. George Parsons and four children of Whittier, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben DeValois of Orange City, la., visited here recently and stayed with their grandchildren, Debra, Linda and Karen DeValois while the children's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValois, were in Duluth, Minn., with the Presbyterian Youth Fellowship group. Leon Martin and sons Bob, Dave and Paul were in Minneapolis yesterday (Sunday) for the Twins game with the Yankees. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon are being visited by her brother and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Bonnstetter of Kennedy, Tex. Mrs. Bonnstetter plans to spend some time in Omaha with relatives and rejoin her husband here before the couple returns to Texas. Bill Farnham, son of the Dale Farnhams, and Dave Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin, were in. Ames Thursday and Friday for registration and freshmen orientation at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith are being visited by their daughter, Linda, Mrs. Larry Plummer of Wilmington, Del., and her two children, Patrick and Mary Beth. Mrs. Plummer and the children arrived Tuesday and will be here about three weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson were visited over the July ,9 Arrow Insurance Co", in St. Paul weekend by Dr. Brickson's par- Minn. He is also a St. John's ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Br- graduate and after spending ickson of Minneapolis. three years in the Army, is now Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott farming. An Aug. 6 wedding at were visited over the July 4th St. John's Catholic church here weekend by Mr. Parrott's sister is planned, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Engaged Bancroft — Mrs. Leona Johnson, Bancroft, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Helen Jane, to James B. Ricke. son o? Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke, also of Bancroft. She is a graduate of St. John's high school at Banr croft and is now employed at the R. W. Lyon and children of Des Mrs. Leon Martin, and David Moines. Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin, son of Mr. and Julian Chrischilles, are spending SUMMER CLEARANCE GOING STRONG! These Items left Summer Piece Goods . . 69c - S 2 98 Sleepwear ........ S 2 98 - $ 5 Purses & Jewelry 98 UP TO 50% Off Sportswear . . . . . . . I 98 and up Dresses ....... Prices Slashed Baby Dept. Clearance . . .20% Off Plus Many More Items -FINAL CLOSE-OUTS- CHRISCHILLES STORE ALGONA, IOWA :. thii wett it Okoboji. Mr* ifflf Mri* N. 1 iiftfi tad M their guett jilt WMK year-old Mark Thotnptoft Windotn, Minn, , t Mf< irid Mff< DM' sen have u their guest tor « few weeks Mrs. Hemmingsert's niece, Leslie Luoma. Le»Ue's parents, Afr. and Mrs. M. E. Luoma are in the process of moving from Atlanta, Ga., to Arlington Hed* ghts, 111. Mr, and Mri, Robert Blekert were visited over the July 4th weekend by his daughter Judy who is working this summer for the Minneapolis Park Division as a playground supervisor and water safety instructor. , Mrs. John Deim left Saturday for Ames to begin the second session of summer school at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood were visited for several days by their daughter, Mary Jean of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Bonnie Jankan of Chicago. The two were here for the wedding of Charlene LaBarre and John Connelly. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klein of Elfco.-Nev., are visiting their respective parents here, Mr. and Mrs. OuWayne Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith. Dixie Keith and Virginia Klein had gone by train to Elko in June to visit the young couple and returned to Algona with them. Mr. and Mrs. Klein both teach in Elko. They will remain here for their high school class reunion Aug. -13. . Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cowan and son Jay spent the July 9 weekend with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Harold Cowan at their cottage on Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutch!son and Judge and Mrs. G. W. itillman were guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne at the. Bourne cottage on Okoboji over the July 9 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dettman were visited for two weeks recently by their nephew, Dennis Wilson of South San Francisco, fm ' •* A * Calif. Mrs. P. P. Zerfass returned Margaret Keith married Margaret Maroa Keith and Terry Michael Heald were married July 10 at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist church, Algona, with the Rev. Mark Carlson performing the'double ring caremony. s She is the daughter of the Wayne Keiths, Algona, and he is the son of the Donald Healus, Sioux City. The bride, escorted by. her father, carried a French original bouquet sent by Marilyn Dreesman Ghaung, a cousin, from Geneva, Switzerland. Rachel Hackman, West Union, was'the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Virginia Matt fold, Cedar Falls, and Beverly Dohse, Monona. Louis Fairchild, and Mrs. Robert Giddings. She then flew to Cedar Rapids and spent the weekend with her son Durwpod and family, returning home on Tuesday. Marilyn Thilgss and Judy Menke spent the we&kand oi Uid-lati, at the D. H. iiuii cv.^g j at OKC home last week Sunday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Irma Altwegg at Redfield, la. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes re- timed Thursday from a 10-day rip to the west coast. Tjiey at- ended the International Kiwanis Convention in Portland, and visited relatives in Moro, Ore., and Orchards, Wash. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lang- boji, Iowa, mack of Cedar Rapids. The Langr j Mrs. Louis Kellay, now of De macks attended the reunion ofjMofnes, was to leave there Fri- he Algona high school class of day by plane, it a:r travel war. 5 V« u .j u j available, for New York City Mary Jean Hood, daughter of she was to have two days of ori «r. and Mrs. Eugene Hood, left entation there and leave July i. rom Minneapolis last Monday to fly to Rome where she i or a two-week vacation trip in serving as counselor for an R the East. Her plans include a y. F. National Conference on Eu visit wrth relatives, Mr. and Mrav.ropeah study, a youth seminar. Pat Coleman, in Washington, D.: she will also attend meeting u j .. ~ . ~ , L Jin Geneva, Frankfurt, West Ber Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith and u n ,. and also go behind the iro, heir daughter and son-in-law, curtain for one of the sessions Mr. and Mrs. Larry Klein, were There is also some time allote with seminars in eao. wWch of had as overnight guests last I Kev< and Mrs> Nl Ml Cou £hen Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bun-' our> now of Dl > b uque, will also ner of Cedar Rapids, Mr and be there> the minister serving a Mrs. Frank Mayer and daughters a dele e ate - Tha t will be the con of Wantagh, N. Y., and Mrs Bill olusion of a trip around the Barlish and Randy of Seattle world b y P lane on which the Wash. Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster spent several days at Arnolds coast Park last week visiting friends! Mrs. Henrietta bowman Coughenours are now embarked having flown from the wes recently visited for a week at Downers Grove, III, in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. The newspaper provides an at mosphere of buying action because of its localness and timeli ness, ARE YOU SURE You're Adequately Protected? From a crumpltd fandar to a major collision, our insurance coverage provides a blanket of protection to fall back en. Accidents don't always happen "to the other guy," Blossom Insurance 199 N. Dodge , Iowa Phone 295-2735 Photo by % Glenn's Studio Cedar Rapids, was best man, and Raymond Yangen, Monona, and James Dohse, Monona, were groomsmen. Tim Eicher and Tom Preis, both Cedar Rapids, were ushers. Soloist was Fremont Olge, Monona, and Mrs. Ron Bitz, Algona played the organ. A reception was held at the country home of the bride's par- juts following the ceremony. Cheryl McMullen and De Ann Preis 'had the guest book. Jean Klein and Linda Larson served punch and Mary Y«>"vn and Florence Brown poured cof- 'ee. Jane McMullen aua.Miui-g'aiu. Larsen cut the cake. Serving as vaitresses were: Linda Gardner ind Nancy, Limdia and Janeit Becker. Joyce Keith, Agnes Dressman ind Clara Keith were hostesses. Out of town guests were from Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Fort v odge, Emmstsburg, Norfchwoocl, iampton, Osage and Plymouth Fla. The bride attended the MFL chool of Monona and majored ti vocational home economics at he State college of Iowa. The, :room also attended the MFL chool of Monona, and majored 11 math at Coe college. After a trip to the west coast icy will be at home in Monona. Plenty Room for Big Ba Big with Gas! 6 AS RANGE Huge 25" x 20* ev«n has Cook and Keep-Warm system. Easily handles kingly roasts, the grandest turkeys, your biggest casseroles.'Simply dial cooking time and temperature. When food's done, oven automatically lowers to holding temperature, keeps meals serving-perfect for hours. 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