Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
Page 10
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iiumboldt teacher married to Ex-Algona man July 16 The Church of the Sacred Heart, Boone was the settitig for ft wedding ceremony Saturday ttiomihg, July 16, at io a.m. when Miss Kathryn Judge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Judge, 309 Cedar street, became the bride of Robert Von Bank, son of Mrs. Christens Von Bank of Algona and the late John Von . Bank. Father Richard Remmes, Officiated at the double ring ceremony and nuptial mass. Paul Douroumis, organist, played sacred music. Karen Judge, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and another sister, Kathleen Judge, was bridesmaid. Richard Von Bank of Clear Lake attended his brother .as best man and another brother, Harold Von Bank of West Bend, Was the other attendant. Ushers Were John and Bernard M. Judge, Boone, brothers of the bride, John J. and Melvin Von Bank, Algona, brothers of the bridegroom. After the wedding mass a reception was held in the Parish BaM. 'Those assisting at the reception were Miss Barbara Peter- *pn, Miss Mary Barbara Peter- abn, Miss Mary Morton a,nd Miss Arloa Hanke, Humboldt, Mrs. Gary' Hemple, Quimby, Mrs. Bernard M. Judge, Boone, Miss Geraldine Von Bank, Algona, Miss Jean Wood, Burt, Misses Sandy and Sharon Von Bank, Vfest Bend, Misses Ruth Ann, Jean and Linda Streit, Whittemore, and Miss Patty Von Bank, Algona. After a short trip to the Oz- •rks, the couple will be at home in Humboldt. The bride, who was graduated from Napier Consolidated High School and from Ottumwa Heights College, is a teacher in the Humboldt public schools. Since graduation from high school, Mr. Von Bank has been employed at the 0. K. Tire Shop in Humboldt. WALLEYE — Mike Archer, 12-year old Varina youth, caught a six pound walleye on Big Spirit Lake. Building fire at Fenlon put out , Fenton—Fenton volunteer firemen wer6 summoned about 7 p.m. Wednesday evening to a fire in. an old building located behind Weisbrod's Implement. Fire of an undetermined origin started in the attic of the building and was quickly brought under control. The building is unoccupied but Mr. Weisbrod had several lawn mower parts stored in the building. They were unharmed. PROGRESSORS MEET Fenton Progressors Boys Club met in July at Melba Krause's. The club's community service project for this year is to sell "Slow Moving Vehicle" signs. At this meeting money was collected for signs already sold. Anyone wishing to buy one can, contact any member of the club. Plans were discussed for the fair August 16-19. A demonstration was given by Philip Ruger and Delon Jentz gave a talk. Lunch was served . by Mrs. Krause. day evening she was a guest of the W4lftilf WichteitdaMs, also Lone Rock. The William Weiners went to Minneapolis over the weekend for the Aciuatennial. James, their son and a member of the "D-Jay and the Run-aways" group were one of the features. James is finishing a month tour which took him to New York, Washington, Cleveland, and oth* er Eastern Cities. The group also taped several television appearances while in the East. Mrs. Roger Baker and daughter, Lori, have been visiting Mrs. Baker's parents, the Delbert Geitzenauers. George Bierstedt was granted a deferment and did not have to report for duty July 19 as was reported last week. . Overnight guests of the Albert Mitchells Saturday were the Elmer Kalvigs, Des Moincs. Mrs. Kalvig Is ^the former tola Rerke- land. The Paul Eiglers were guests Sunday of the Hafry; Richafdti at their cottage on Lost Island. Kathy Serklattd had the 500 Birthd&y club Wednesday eveti* ing. Prizes went to Janice Ramus and Donna Frink. Birthdays for July were Eunice Heine and Patti Krause. Janice Bruhn was a guest. Debra and Kristine Bollinger were overnight guests Wednesday of their grandparents,. the Arnold Hantclmans. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Janice Thul daughter of the Richard G. Thuls was honored for her 16th birthday Sunday at a picnid at Call Park, Algona. Thirty classmates attended. Janice will be a junior at Garri- j gan high school this fall. Nicki Berte and (3ary Kramer are attending army reserve training at Cahtp McCoy, Wis. [for two weeks. Nicki left on July 17 and Gary on July 24. Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Achievement 'day and , Mother- Daughter tea will be held in St. Joseph's school hall Thursday, with the women of the parish and girls from fifth grade up interested in joining 4-H ittvited. Hosts will be Vicki, Jane and Barbara McGuire, Lenbra Hilbert, Sandy Wagrter and their mothers. • . Mrs. Hubert O'Brien spent several days with her daughter the Ronald Hejliks to help care for their boy bom July 17. The George Shanleys, Webs- ter City, and daughter Mary Kay Shanley, Des Moines, were call* ers here Sunday with relatives and friends/ Howard Kohlhaas returned on Sunday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where he had been a patient since Saturday having been overcome with smoke and heat at the fire of the barn on the farm of his parents, the Raymond Kphlhaases. Livermore Mrs. Maymc Se«ft *••••••••••••••••••••••« Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown and two children of Harrisonville, Missouri came last Saturday to visit in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Falb 4-AL06NA (lowi) THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1«6* and his Mother, Mrs. Ubbie Brown at tlte Houston Nursing Home in Humboldt. On Monday they visited with Mr* Clytte Roepke at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nickel and small daughter. Wendy of Minneapolis, who had stopped enroute at the home of a cousin, the Floyd Nickels at Mason City, were all luncheon guests at the Ernie Logue home Sunday. They also visited friends at Lu- Verne. Mrs. Elmer Gronbach entertained her Pinochle club at her home Thursday afternoon. Largest PAID circulation Advertise in the Advance Titonka Mrs, Mary Sehrotdir Mrs. Arthur Boyken and daughter, Martha, and Mrs. June Miller went to Des Moirtes last Wednesday, and returned Frfc day. Mrs. Boyken . attended the Legion Auxiliary convention. Mrs..Sadie Denton is again tit home after ten days sight seeing in Montana and Idaho. She visited with the C, G. Helwigs, of Missoula, Mont., and Reubon Longbattoms in Idaho. Mark Schroeder visited over Sunday at his home. He is a student at Iowa Barber College in Des Moines. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE FORWARDS PLAN TRIP , The July meeting of the Fenton Forwards Girl's club was held at Rita Luedtkc's. They will spend two days in August at Spencer. They will stay at the home of Harold Walters. The group is to meet at the Fenton Park ait 9 a.m. Aug. 9 Susan Bierle and Sandra Seegabarth gave demonstrations. The Wayne Boettchers and Eugene Vaudts recently returned from a fishing trip to Canada. The Norman Bollingers and girls were Monday evening guests of the Wayne Bollingers, Lone Rock. The Wayne Bollingers were Wednesday guests at the Howard Bruhn's. Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl was a Sunday guest of the Edwin Wichtendahls, Lone Rock. Sun- ft" " MAKE LONGDISTANCE A BIGGER BARGAIN THAN EVER Enjoy a Long Distance call today! It now costs fessl than ever to phone most Iowa points. New lower rates mean savings of 5f to 20jzf on a 3-minute call,,' depending on type of call, distance and time of day. These latest reductions continue a pattern of lower Long Distance rates that have made visiting by tele. phone a popular family activity. Any night after 8 or all day Sunday you can make a 3-minute station cail to anywhere from coast to coast for 90 cents or less. New lower rates mean you can call more often, enjoy longer chats. 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