Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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, Aue; 4, \ AIOQNA (Iowa) ADVANC Former Bode man author of 13 books Eugene E. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Olson, Bode, and an English instructor at Luther college at Dccorah, has recently published two books released last week. One is a biography of Rudolph Valentino, the famous silent movie shiek of the 1920s, and the other is "Strangers from the Sky", an examination of the unidentified flying objects. His pen name is Brad Steiger. He is also author of 13 other books and 300 short stories and articles. Mr. Olson was recently elected for the 1966 edition of Outstanding Young Men of America, and his biography in that publication follows: i Eugene E. Olson, author, teacher, son of Erling F. and Hazel (Jensen) Olson, born Bode, Febuary 19, 1936; married Marilyn Ann Gjefle, Sept 8, 1956, children, Bryan Eugene, Steven Craig, Kari Lynn, Julie Beth. B. S. Luther College, 1953-57; University of Iowa 1960-63; teacher Clinton high school, Clinton, 1957-63; Instructor Luther College, Decorah, 1963; Editor 0- neota Review, 1964-; Civic Nat'l. Ed. Assn. 1957-63; Iowa State Ed. Ass'n. 1957-63; Instr. The Luther Lay School, Clinton, 1963; Mystery Writers of Am. 1963; 8 books published in 1965; 200 short stories and articles published in magazines. Home 308 So. Mill, Decorah, la.- Office, 104Vi! Washington, Decorah, teNft'fow and twit cutand st*ve Wadding cake. . , Mrs. Johtt Mdtitftf A*Ated,the guests and Mfl f hoftlif Laubeli- . thai Was in charge ot wAitW&eS who were cousins and mends of the bride. They Were Mrs, Dave Hilbert, Mary BdnhStetter, Bon< nie DahUmuser, Patricia Daht' hauser, Paula Dearcnv Susan Edwards and Mary Doty. The ladies of the parish were; kitchen helpers. ^ Both'are 1963 graduates of the Garrigan high school. Mrs. Bonn- stettter attended EmmetsroUrg junior college and is now employed at Iowa Trust and Savings bank in Emmetstourg. The gro^m has been in the navy for 2Vz years and is now farming. Guests attended from Algona, Rodman, West Bend, Mallard, Whittemore, Ottosen, Dolliver, Graettinger, Ayrshire and Sutherland, Iowa, East Moline, Illinois, Cuba City, Wis., and Lorton, Va. After a short honeymoon to the Black Hills and Badlands, and a visit to relatives in North Dakota, they will live on a farm near Whittemore. Barbara Elbert married Barbara Jane Elbert, daugh-1 from Pocahontas, Corwith, Fort ter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert, ampbell, Nebr., and • Upland, Algona, and Gary O'Neil Grams, Nebr. She is a graduate of Garrigan ligh school, Algona, and the Northwest Institute at Minneapolis. She is presently a lab technician at Fort Dodge Mercy hos- >ital. He was graduated from ;he Campbell high school and is employed by the Globe Manufacturing Co., Fort Dodge. They are at home in Fort Dodge after a trip to consin Dells. son of Mrs. Susie Grams, Campbell, Nebr., were married July 23 at 11 a.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony. Matron of honor was Mrs. James Alvey, Algona, sister of the bride, Kathy Mossberg, Fort Dodge, was the bridesmaid. Best man was Richard Ray, Fort Dodge, and groomsman was Ron Bartels, Campbell, Nebr. James Alvey, Algona, and Francis Crotty of Whittemore ushered. ! Acolytes were Randy Studer and Pat Nugent. Mary Hamilton was organist. A reception was held at the K. C. hall in Algona after the ceremony. Debbie Crotty and Nancy Harig had the guest book Host and hostess were Mr. am Mrs. Francis Crotty. Joanne Jeanne, Janice a««l Debby Crott; were waitresses. Out of town guests wer Carol Moiitag married Alice Thompson, Burt, weds Alice Louise Thompson, daugh- ner served punch. Mary Dickter of Dr. and Mrs.' Richard H. man and Mrs. Avonne Anderson Thompson, Burt, anid Elmer cut the cake^. Kjella Roseland, Vehle Roseland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Da-hl, and Miss Cheryl Mrs. Elmer Roseland, Fertile, Lisser opened gifts. Minn., were united in marriage | The couple left for a wedding on Saturday July 16 at 2:00 trip in the eastern states and up- o'clock in the Associated Church on their return will live at the at Owatonna, .'Minn. The double Owatonna Arms apartments. ring ceremony was performed I The bride is a graduate of the by Reverend Joseph B. Calhoun. ' state college of Iowa and is a Mrs. John Thompson, Bloom- : teacher in the Owatonna public ington, Minn., was matron of schools. Mr. Roseland received ____________ __ ..... _ honor, and Miss Jean Hopkins, ' his Master's degree from Moor- i gene Dahlhauser. CAROL MONTAG, daughter, Montag, sisters of the bride, of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mon-1 The groom was attended by tag of Rodman, became th>| Micky Bonnstetter. Groomsmen bride of Henry Bonnstetter, son were Dan Montag, brother of the of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonnstetter, ! bride, and Larry Dahlhauser, a Whittemore, at Sts. Peter and cousin of the bride. Ushers were Paul's Catholic church at West Max Dahlhauser and Paul Dor- Bend at 10 a.m. on July 2.1. Thej weiler. Rev. Father Louis Greving officiated at the double ring ceremony. The organist was Mrs. Clem Kollasch. The church choir sang the Mass and Bonnie Dahlhauser sang. Acolytes were Roger Montag, David Dahlhauser, Kenneth Dahlhauser and Eu- ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Summey, Pleasantville, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary July 23rd at an open house given by their children there. RADISH Mrs. Alfred Blidegn, Ida Grove, had a double red and white combination , radish from her, .garden ;.iai 'first i in •/ her: <37 years of gardening. Owatonna, Minn., was brides* head State College and is prin- maid. Richard Thompson, broth- cipal of McKinley elementary er of the bride, Burt, was best school in Owatonna. man, and Fred Berhow, Fertile, >m tut ^m ttitlt m ilitltitlttt m ilitluutllt Minn, was the groomsman. Ush- /*"** wlf **'w vw 'W"'* liWW ''''*i ers were Michael Vehle, Cham- j berlain, S. D., and Patrick Ger-- aghty, East Grand Forks, Minn. Mrs. Paul Jurgenson, organist, accompanied Miss Jean Smith, soloist. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Alvera Rolfe served as hostess. Mrs. Lloyd Wolf had the guest book. Eliza- -beth Peters arid"'Mrs.'''William Janvrin poured coffee. Lila Wer- Judy Whitney was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Dorothy Montag and Bernadette A dinner and reception immediately followed in the church parlors. Lori Kemna and Betty Dahl hauser, cousins of the bride, had the guest book. Mrs. Ted Bonn stetter pinned on corsages. Mrs James Dahlhauser and Mrs. Bil Bonnstetter poured punch. Shir ley Duis, Mrs. Richard Keniiia and Mrs. Patrick Bauman open ed gifts. Mrs. Ellsworth Lane and Mrs. Clarence Kemna, sis M-C Continuous Flow. Grain Dryinj Makes ^ Drying Put wet grain in the top . . .Dry cooled grain comec out outowM* tically . . . no crackinf or frind* fang. . . perfect quality gU the tiari GRAIN DRYEt Implement Co. Smart money goes to work at Home Federal Savings an Loan Association! For a Full 5 months Profit if you save by August 15th!! You'll earn from August 1st. Next December, you'll receive a full 5-months profit! Smart money-management says: Put your funds to work NOW for most rewarding financial growth. Current Rate 4v 2 % Per annum Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The J5th — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA All Savings Accounts insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. NEW "66 CHEVROLETS AT RIGHT-TO-THE-POINT DEALS! DON'T WAIT ANY LONGER-GET YOUR MODEL- YEAR-END RIGHT-TO-THE-POINT DEAL! 1966 Chevrolet % ton pickup, 283 cu. in V-8, 4 speed transmission, Heavy duty rear springs, Chrome front bumper, Side trim moulding, Gauges, Heater, Radio, Custom appearance, Overload springs, Custom cab, West coast type rear view mirrors. Window Price $2916.60 PRICE $2424.51 1966 Bel Air 4 door Sedan, V-8 Engine, Powerglide Transmission, Push Button Radio, Tinted Windshield, Wheel Covers, White Sidewall Tires, Marina Blue with Blue interior. 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