Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Kossuth County Junior Campers elrtjoyed a three day camp July, 1*20 at the State 4-H Camp' ing Center at Madrid, Iowa. b4 Junior campers, eight junior counselors and three adults attended. This was the tirst summer county camp held at the State 4-H Camping Center and ft was received very well by our Junior Campers. Dennis Cumberland, county extension assistant, suggested that Kossuth County would try to hold more camps at the State Camp in the tuture. ii supplies not only fine camping facilities, but a Very good experience tor the young people. Campers attending from Kossuth County were — Debbie Studer, Aigona; Susan McGuire, Aigona; Doitna Goche, Banorolt; Gtieryl Coady, Burt; Cynthia So- dferoerg, Bancrolt; Gloria Can- atiay, irvington; Marian Friaer- Susari Patterson, Ot- J.B. lertz,B4, of West Bend, Bend; Jean Boliig, Fenton; Brenda' Bernhard, ibenton; Kay Steier, Whittemore; Maribetn Thilges, Bode; Janice Erpelding, Bode; Elizabeth Zeimet, Bode; Jane McGuire, West Bend;, Carrie Bergum, Bahcroilt; Debbie Bulten, Aigona; Patty Hansen, " • • Al- W*st Band — Funeral services for J. B. Mertz, 84, well-known West Bend resident, Were, held Friday at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church with the Rev. Louis Greving officiating. Burial was in the West Bend Cemetery. Mr, Mertz died Tuesday evening at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dooge, where he had been a patient for about one week. He was born in Kossuth County and farmed until 1917. He was then in charge of the Ottosen Elevator until 1935, when he came to West Bend and came a livestock buyer and plement dealer. In 1906, he married the former Susan Mertz at St. Joe. He was very active in community affairs. Mrs. Mertz'died in 195tt. Mr. Mertz'is survived by two sons, Donald of Grand Island, sue daughters, .Geneva Plahn of Lancaster, Calif., Florence degg of Alemeda, Calif., Bernadine Ms Lynk, 71, $ V t I * * diet Thursday 1 'r' ' i j ^ "i 3 i i ** \ •* his hone Marigenc Wagner married to Dale Lesle at Gorwith A summer W»S Services were held today (Monday) at 10 a.m. in the First Methodist church for Louis Lynk, 71, well known Aigona salesman, who died Thursday af ternboti at his,homo here. The Rev. W. R. Nbland officiated, and burial was in the East Lawn cemetery, Aigona The McCullough funeral chapel was in charge,, The son-of the George Lynk's, he was born January 10, 1895 in Hardin county. He married Ber- latas Wollfe February 14, 1931, at the Little Brown church in Nashua. < The Lynks came to Aigona in 1931 after their marriage and Mr. Lynk sold clothing for the Minnesota Mills for many years. He had been in failing health in recent years. •' His wife and a brother, Lester, of Iowa Falls survive. One son, Kenneth Lynk of Kirkland, Wash., survives. Pallbearers ' are Marvin Calhoun, Alvin Weber, Lloyd Muc key, Murl Potter, Robert Laing and Ted Charles. *Th§ Gftorg* Stttftt, Lift mitt, Mo, came Sunday fof two weeks with W* partftt^at St. Joe and her mother, Mrs. Toohey. LiiVenie. The C, R Kf emenacki, Newell, were Sunday gtifetU of the Hugh Shirks. MM. Kremcnadtis asSerof Mr, .Shirk,-" A - mcnacks are moving Iowa City to be neat theft ... Mr. Kremenack is retiring July \ m , 31 from the Newell post .offloe, Mr, and MM. Harvey Lesle, of Mrs. Verna Sanford, Terry,' Auburn, at 7 o'clock p.m. in the Roxann and Kicky, and Bill Rot:First Methodist church in Cor- wes, Palm Dale, Calif, came 1 with. SSftL to ..*SLJ!L2S?^Sai The ReV, Frank L, Consldine, Ernert Kramer and daughter tf Mr, and Hlfi , Wagner, fiu the Mr. and Mrs. Charpel ' and; Jeanne returned . Mr. and Mrs, Harry Benson of Norcross, Wis. were Saturday all night guests at the Kenneth , F«rn Bigings 1 Buffao Cater; Robert Brones, Swea City; Jerry Metzger,.West Bend, Peter Mertz; Ottosen; Sanford's " sister' the Harold Senda Wolfs here. i«««». The Ralph Davidsons were in Friday to Monday son the Vernon ~ Mrs. Donald Meyers registered the guests, Mrs. Floyd King, aunt of the bride was organist and accompanied Mr. Phil Hun- sang "Through the and "The daughter of Gordon Davidson, Burt, who stayed for a vacation: ^-, •• •^>* ^ , The Kas Vecks, Coldwater, The bride, escorted to the al- Mich., were looking after their 'Jar by her, father wore a - - -- •- in Kanawha. \ New Vehicles Jacob Jr. or Sherry L. Pet erson, Chev. trk.; Aigona Livestock Auction, Aigona, Chev, 'Albert H. Ltckteig, Wesley, lnt'1 sen. g€a, /viguiui, uaiyi rvnuiKj., Wesley and Edward Kiilsholm, Aigona; Counselors attending were — Diane Bode and Linda , Dodds, Aigona; Vicki McGuire; West Bend; Steve Detrick and Kathy Besch, Whittemore;; Tom Lynch, Fenton; Mary Jo Swansori, Swea City and Helen Skow, Wesley. Adult leaders attending;were — Mrs. Gertrude Gutknecht, Lakota; Galen DeValois,} county Extension Director and Dennis Cumberland, County Extension Assistant. y -^H • r Lu Verne >F«rn Bigings • Postmaster Bert C. Ramus was in Ames Monday and Tues|day attending a post masters 'school. Mrs. Arthur Dimler assisted Mrs. Jack Guy in the Lu| Verne office. ( farm,-tenanted by Harold Wolf and were guests of the Wolfs. '725 damage in two accidents Friday afternoon Two accidents were .investigated Friday afternoon by the Ai- gona, police department. , The ftfst mishap occurred at _ _ 2:43 p.m. when cars, driven ty joft n kVoWrSvere dining room Janet A.' Kramer, Aigona, and host and hostess with Misses _ . . Evelyn C. Weydert, Aigona, col- i Vickie Wagner. Jerry Maw. Pat , Mrs. Otto^Law^on and Otto Ud ed as the^Weydert ;^wJ:J»>!SP5n®w3t, M visited last weet with her par- backing onto Call street. The r £attresses: Mre. Vernon Gray sSi i &^ar. srs^ SSTJT s'sttsEja**- "-• tbryia sdie£M ^ : and her sister,. Mrs. Virgil Pe- some $350 damage while the tersen, were hostesses at an Weydert 1956 Cadillac was,-dam- open house July ,17, the 40th aged to the extent of $100. No wedding of their parents. Mr. charges were filed. Lawson went for the weekend to The second accident involved Thirts* 4H News IRVINOTON IMALI 4H irvingtoti fdeito «i*4 July it We»l^r with twin Klete to* tess. Plan! fof Achievement Day, county demonstration dty.jttid & club picnic were discussed. A demonstration was given by Kathy Bernhsrd and Debra Youngwirth. A talk was givefl by Barbara Mayer, The Irving ton Ideals will hold Achievemen Day July 29, at the Extension of fice meeting room, Mary Hari( reported, , ;• ALOONA A.O.K. A sewing workshop was held at the Extension Clubroom* by the Aigona A.O.K. Club July 9 at 9 o'clock, Mrs. Joe Lobach WMITTIMOM IOYI everting, their regular meeting The main topic the meeting was the selling Of the 5 «ljw moving[ ve- hide »igft*/ by ( the wi» M •» community project, The mem- Utfdugh the cooperation bf the Whittcmore Elevator, Lunch was served by the Henry Haags ana the Bob Walkers, Reporter is Becky Bormann. . .. I 1 t «VV* t ... •-*• gave advice on lems. Mrs. Ed sewing prob- Adams was a guest. She demonstrated the proper way of walking for the ADVIHTIHMINT WANTED SEALED BIDS by 1:00 p.m,, August H " . for the sale of the Wesley Maintenangs Yard, described as. the S. 160 ft. of the W. 290.4 ft. of Lot 3, Block 1, Calls Addition to Wesley, Iowa. , • For, bid forms and information length gown fashioned 01 Peau £*.; Ritiiard L. or Virgiriia_M desoie (Bauer, Fenton, Buick; Barbara Duane Lesle, brother of the' S. Welp, Bancroft, Ford; Walter groom was beatman and the j or Ella Magnuson, Armstrong groomsmen were Lyle W^nesB,L°lds; BlbertXJhey., Whittemore Sriend of the bridegroonrarid Chev.; Francis W.- McConnell, Jim and John Wagner, brothers Aigona, .Dodge; Schultz Bros., of the bride. They wore black Aigona, Buick; tuxedo trousers and dinner jacket 8 - :'. . •. : ." ' %'^' The ushers were Sam Logs- coming Dress Revue, Judy Tap. write or call Warren t. Gnisstag, horn lave a talk. The local Right of W»y Agent, Iowa Stale Achievement Show will be held Highway Commission, Ames, July 28 at 4 o'clock. A program Iowa, and dress revue for the families is at 7:30 that evening. Hostesses were Misty Lloyd and Dorothy Frideres. Leaden are Doris Earl or Juanita Loss, Irvington, Cheyl; Marcus John Holm, Burt, Chev.; Julius Philip Stu*™ T; m TWV,T « n ,i ii«, TH..;*™ der» Aigona/.'Mere.: <'Denhis o* don, Tim Long and Jim Jurgen- (Bu ^f D ;; or j^ 0 n K - Lov, stad, Burt, Ply m.; Robert A. Hoi- Following the ceremony a reception for two hundred guests was held in the church parlors with Mrs. Gregg Keough serving the punch. Mr. and Mrs. tzbauer, Aigona, , Plym.; ; Tyke Serv. Center, Titonka, Chev.; Robert Edward or Ardella Will, Luyerne, Dodge; Ralph or Lydia Donovan, Aigona, Ford; Lucille M. Montgomery, Aigona, Rambler. attend the open house ahd a pickup truck and an auto; i i. . . . _i_ j «••"._ ». __.. . « ^^j t . _ " . . *• _ . -,-_",'-._ M" brought Mrs. Lawson and Otto Linda L. Buscher, rural AlgbnaJ ' ''' ' ------- -- * home. was backing from cut and served the wedding Mrs. Sam Logsdon poured and Mrsf Phil Hunget punch. Gift ushers were Jim and John Maw. Gifts were opened by Viola Sf-Jdtr The Bert T. Kings, son Tim Mis Tim LonF Misws tothv and daughter Debbie Sue, San mrs. iim i^ong, misses nanny p..., > 5c ,.,r7 n«nf wora x»w>, n t The Monte Tooheys, LuVerne place on State street when her have a 9 Ib. 3 oz. son born July 1962 pickup collided with a 1958 17, at the hospital at Britt. They Pontiac driven by Mava E. John- have a daughter .Teresa and'a son, Algona.\The tailgate of the son Vernon. Mrs. Toohey is the truck received $25, in dahiiage former Evelyn Neimier, Hum- while the car had $250 dainage boldt. Mrs, Helen Toohey, Lu- to the right front fender. Linda Verne, is the, paternal grand- Buscher was charged with im- mother. ,,<, % ,. >t, ,, - (proper backing. iSpangler, Deanne Sloan, Jerry «a™<»"\ ' Maw «*" 1 V! " w «' w « •«""• visitors at of The Francisco, Calif., were recent Harold, Martinek's. Published in the Aigona Kossuth County Advance, Aigona, Iowa, July 25 and Aug. i; 1986. high The 8h Mrs. King and Mrs. Martinek are also 'visited anoth- souri State College. After a weeding trip Mr. and Mrs. Lesle are at home at Auburn. Mrs. Marie Moldenhaucr, Mrs. Bancroft. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE, ADVANCE Shop This Big Event Friday and ! Saturday During "Ridiculous Daze" BEGINS TUES. JULY. 261N-9 a.m. ME WEEK EUUEt!!! LASTS (HIE DAT UHNEIM! niCES LOWER TIM IEFME!!! BEGINS TUES. JULY. 26th-9 a ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••((•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••v; DRESSES 5 00 TO CHOOSE FMM LOWEST PRICES -All Sixes- •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••* L1IIES' BATHING SUITS S3.98-S12.98 SPORTSWEAR Ladies' Millinery $2.98 QUALITY FQR f*

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