Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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(Sewi) ADVANCa THURS&AY, AUG. 11, reunion held recently at Livermore Livermore — A Hoag family reunion was held at the Log Cabin park Sunday with 60 people being present. The oldest member there was Mrs. C. C. Knoll of Baittle Creek, and those coming .the farthest was Mr. and Mrs. George Reed of Tucson, Ariz. Towns represented were: Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Humboldt, Whittemore, Rutland, Algona, Manson, Bradgate, Laurens and Livermore. FIRST CHILD A girl, Laurie Lee, weight 5 Ib. 12'/2 oz., was born Wednesday, July 27, at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Frederiksen of Vincent. This is their first child and tho grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schriber of Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Frederiksen, also of Livermore. tend the Moag family reunion Sunday, spent the following 3 days iti the home of her niece, the John Olson's. Mr. and Mr». Diek Schultt and Dennie and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz of Humboldt went to Cedar Falls Friday evening to attend the graduation of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gary Schultz of Hudson, from Iowa State Tear chers college, receiving her B. A. degree. Mrs. Schultz will teach English this coming year in the 5th and 6th grades at Washburn, Iowa, which is near Waterloo. Dennis Schultt »p«nt from Friday until Monday evening in the Robert Schweiger home at Fort Dodge when his folks went after him and were supper guests there. Mrs, Ernest Legu* and Mrs. Dick Schultz returned Linda Nickle to her home at Mason City [>anie] Tate, of the navy, in the Methodist chuJ*h at Poeahontas Aug. 7. JUdy ttajnme»trom was maid of honor, Janet Hammerstrom and Janean Zwiefel, Fern ton, bridesmaids, at their cousin's wedding. She is in nurse's training at Fort Dodge, and after graduation next year will join her husband stationed in the state of Washington. PICNIC FOR PASTOR Several families from the Lone Rock Presbyterian church had a picnic with their former pastor, the Rev. Benjamin Meyer, after the services in the Algona Presbyterian church. At the picnic at the Call park were the Clarence Krafts, E. A. Lees, A. A. Kruegers, Clinton Raths, Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Mrs. Eldon Marlow, the Ed Blanchards, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs..Pauline McGuire, There were relatives of daughters and families were also ston, Pappilion, Omaha, Neb/ t day for a few days a,t a .l^ke in present for the reunion, the Du ane Habegers, and Peter Yelioks, Waffen, Mich, The Yelicks atfe spending a week at the parental home. Private Lawrence W. Geiteen- auer returned Friday to Ft. Riley, Kans., after two weeks at home with his parents the Lawrence Geitzenauers. He is with the field artillery, and will attend an eight week schooling." Jill Blanchard returned Friday after a week visiting her grandparents the H. K. Drowns, Des Moines. David Drown returned with her for a few days visiting in Lone Rock. The Henry Schroeders attended a Kibbler reunion at Carroll Sunday. There were 40 present from Algona, Whittemore, Lone Rock, and-Treynor, Millard, Ral- the Curtis Oteons left lton<| Minnesota* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^jjj^jf^^jj^i BBIMi^Wi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ WE'RE HAVING GROWING PAINS! WATCH FOR AN ANNOUNCEMENT -SOOH- SID'SCAFE on Tuesday and spent the day the Meyers there from Titonka and Buffalo Center. The Rev. Mr. Meyer is now living in Minneapolis. ON BUS TOUR James and Margaret McBreen and Anna Pfeffer were among hose that left on a bus tour of he Northern States and Canada. Margaret McBreen will stop off n Oregon to visit relatives and oin the tour on its way back. Livermore girl married Roberta Joan Stoddard, daugh- . . . . * „ . ter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie StSd-1 ceremony at the Legion hall in dard, Livermore, and James Al- Livermore. Mrs. Florence Morlen Morey, son of Mr., and Mils. I ling, Emmetsburg, had the guest Harvey Morey, Livermore, were book, and Mrs. Paul Stoddard Married July 23 at 2 p.m. at the Rockford, Minn., served punch Presbyterian church in Liver-1 Mrs. Lyle Morse, Des Moines more. The Rev. J. Paul Stevens poured coffee as Mrs. Lester performed the double ring cere- Hersom, Mallard,. cut cake. Ser mony. . I ving ice cream were Mrs. Ever Joyce Morey, Livermore, sis- ett Schipull, LuVerne, and Mrs ter of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Jean Halterman, Rutland. The best man was Paul Stoddard, brother of the bride, Livermore. Groomsman was Kenneth Pollmeier, cousin of the groom, Fort Madison. Jonny Roberts, Mason City, cousin of the groom, was the ring bearer, and Karen Stoddard, Livermore, sister of the bride, was flower girl. Ushering were Roger Stoddard, Livermore, brother of the bride, and Roger Christensen, cousin of the groom, Vail. Shirley Stoddard, sister of the bride, Livermore, and Donita Jorgensen, cousin of the bride, Algona were candle- lighters. Soloist Mrs. Elmer Vosberg, Manson, was accompanied by organist Mrs. Tommy Kissinger, Livermore. A reception was held after the Lyle Marshall, Dana. Waitresses included Mrs. Glenn, Hawkins Mrs. Chris Madsen, Mrs. Charles Cran, Mrs. Art Zeman and Mrs Harold Dolder. Mrs. Phylli: Deppe, Monnie Hanson and Na dine Satern, all Humboldt, open ed gifts. Out of town guests were from LuVerne, Humboldt, Alden, Rut land, Clarion, Rolfe, Mewell, Mason City, Vail, Emmetsburg, Laurens, Des Moines, Dana, Mallard, West Bend, Ft. Madison, Granada, Minn., Rockford, Minn. and Fairmont. The bride and HOME ON LEAVE Pfc. Frank G. Collins of Fort Bliss, Texas, is home on a 30- day leave before being sent to Viet Nam. graduates of the high school, and groom are Twin Rivers he is in the U. S. Navy aboard the U. S. S. Enterprise.. . . After a trip to the Black Hills they will be at home in San Fransisco, Calif. Ledyard man is married in Massachusetts Ledyard — Una Kathleen WJiittaker, daugh ter. of the Jos- M&y¥'|Jttek(Eji i s 1 . Meirbse, s Ma5s.., .. pRB^Ofin Edmund Miller, '.lieu*' .»'*enant, USAF, Lubbock, Texas, son of the Cyril Millers, Lakota, were married July 2, 1966 at St. Mary's of the Annunciation Catholic church at Melrose. The double was performed ring ceremony by Father John Dalv. Organist was Mrs. Bernice Lally. Maid of honor was her sister Jane Whittaker. Bridesmaids were also sisters, Mary Jo Whittaker and Patricia Whittaker. Michael Coffey, cousin of the bride, of Boston, Mass., was best man and John Coffey and Gerald Coffey, also cousins, were the ushers. A reception was held at a Boston restaurant "Pier 4" at noon. They are living at Reese air force base, Lubbock, Texas. She attended the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul and later Hickox Secretarial school in Boston, where she taught shorthand last year. She was also a legal secretary for an attorney in Boston i He is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and the College of St. Thomas in St. Paul, where he was in the air force RQTC receiving the Outstanding Cadet Award in 1965. Upon graduation he was commissioned in the regular air force and is now a .second lieutenant in flight training at Lubbock, Texas. Shower for Ledyard girl is dated Ledyard — There will be an open house shower for Sherry Klinkslek at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. She is the daughter of the Eryin Klinksieks, and will be married to Paul Schaumberg, son of the Henry Schaumbergs, Elmore, on Sept. 2 at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. BIRTHDAY Mrs. Dora Schoon, Rock Rapids, was feted on July 24th on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Mrs. Schoon was born in Germany in 1866 and has been a resident of Lyon county for almost 80 years. Advtrtiw in tht Advance Largest PAID circulation FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR CO-OP FEEDS BULK FEED SERVICE Call 2311 livermore FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR Major and Mrs. Robert I. vis, Mechanicsburg, Penn., spent from Tuesday until Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott. They were on their way back from Denver, Colo., where they had visited- in the home of her brother, the Cecil Scotts. On Thursday and Saturday they visited her other brother and family, the Gordon Scotts at Storm Lake. They were on their way to Montgomery, Ala., where Major Reavis will be stationed at the Maxwell Air Force Base. Mrs. Ruby Coleman was hostess to the United Presbyterian Women at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jessamine Miller, the president, conducted the business meeting; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Naeve of Clare, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell DeWitt of Rinard left Wednesday of last week for a vacation trip to Spooner, Wis., where they will spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz visited in the Ray Haugen home at Algona Sunday evening. August Paulson who now lives in Texas was in town one day last week greeting old friends and neighbors. Mrs. Roy Salmon and her mother, Mrs. Frank Sprong went to Mason City Thursday to visit a niece and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horunski and two small sons who had just returned from a three years stay in the Philippines and were visiting in the home of her parents, the Alvin Weavers at Mason City. Rickie Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, was taken to the L,uthera,n hospital in Ft. Dodge last Thursday, where he was a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz and Dennie were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson and two girls at their cabin at Lake Okoboji, where the Wilsons had spent the week, Mrs. Wilson being on vacation from her duties at the Livermore State bank. The Neighborhood Card club met at the home of Mrs. Harold iloethler Tuesday afternoon with ;wo guests present, Mrs. Harley Fisher and Mrs. Leonard Wilson. A 2:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Allan Foth won high prize, Mrs. Harold Gjerstad low and Mrs. Bill Dover travel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz were supper guests Saturday evening in the Dennis Knutson home al Humboldt and helped their little granddaughter celebrate her second birthday. Gerald Sprong of Delayin Minn., came after his mother Mrs. Isadean Spring on Thurs day to take her to Delavin where she attended the wedding of her granddaughter on Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Vaudt, her sis ter Mrs. Harry Rutz and their nephew Ronald Hohenberger spent a few days last week in Sioux Falls, S. D., where thej visited an aunt, Mrs. Lulu Whee ler and cousins, the Jay Whee ler and Vern DeHoan families. Mrs. Steve Fernet and three children, Carl, Julie and Caro line, of Pierre, S. D., came las Wednesday to spend the rest o the month in the home of Mrs Pernet's parents, Mr. and Mrs Bill Davis. Mrs. C. C. Knoll of Battl Creek, Iowa, who came to at in the Floyd Nickle home. Linda- had spent the past week with her grandmother, Mrs. Logue. Lone Reck to blacktop five city blocks Lone Rock — The Lone Rock town council voted to blacktop five city blocks. Work will be done by the Rohlin Construction Co., Estherville. This will add to seven blocks blacktopped two years ago. Work on the newest addition will begin, this fall. The council also voted to have mercury vapor street lights installed on the main street. This is to be done as soon as possible. ATTEND WEDDING The Ralph Hammerstroms, of Lone Rock, attended the wedding of his niece Eileen Hammer- Strom, Poeahontas. She is a daughter of the LaVern Ham- merstroms, former Lone Rock residents, and was married to Mrs. Adele Thompson, of Lone Rock, attended a Heidenwith re^ union at the VFW hall at Swea ity Aug. 7. There were 24 families represented from Des Moines, Estherville, Clarion, Algona, Whittemore, Lone Rock, Bancroft, Swea City, Albert Lea, Blue Earth, Fulda, Minn., Britt. The Clarence Grants, Mrs. Amy Hildebrand, Mason City, Mrs. Florence Lutz, and Mrs. Eugene Fritzler, Fort Dodge, were guests of the John Behrends, Lone Rock. The Roy Jensens visited Richard Deardorff in a Perry hospital Friday. Richard, son. of the Orville Deardorffs, was in the hospital following an appendectomy Tuesday. He is the grandson of the Jensens. Mrs. Adele Thompson visited Mrs. Mary Merron at the Heri' tage Home in Bancroft Aug. 4. The Lotts Creek Lutheran Aid will meet at 2 p.m. at the Lutheran church in Lotts Creek, on Friday, Aug. 12. The Milford Mitchells spent Sunday in Des Moines at their son the Sanford Mitchells. Their We've got the answer to 'high moisture grain problems! Featuring ALL NEW CENTRIFUGAL "WHISPER QUIET" FAN Easily handles all •tough drying jobs Come see m • • • we want lo sliow you the York Grain Drying System. It was designed, engineered and built by grain drying experts. They tested their ideas on the farm before putting their system on the market. Let us show you how you can get more for your money with York . . . we'll show you how to handle your grain drying chores faster and easier and at lower cost. That spells bigger profit for you. Sec us today . .. we're itching lo show you the York Grain Drying System. GRAIN DRYING AND HANDLING SYSTEMS Algona Implement Co. Don't wait until football season. Install dependable gas heat now. That's one of the best things about gas; it's dependable. It's always there. You never run out of gas, never have to wait for deliveries, never have to worry about interruptions in service. When you heat with gas, you're heating with the most dependable fuel of all. See your gas company for the names of gas heating contractors who install gas heating equipment. Gas makes the big difference. (Costs less, too.) INSTALL GAS HEATING EQUIPMENT NOW — NO BILLING UNTIL SEPTEMBER Well see you at the Kossuth County Fair Cecil McGinnis and Roger Hoover will be on hand in o ur Floral Hall Showroom next week Tuesday through Friday to greet all who visit our exhibit. Stop in and see the latest gas appliances and heating equipment. NORTH CENTRAL SERVICE CO 10 EAST STATE STREET - AIMNA ttt«t««tt*tttfttftttfttttfftt«tt«tt«*ftftttttt*t«*ftf*ttffttfttfffittttittitfffffftti*ttt9it*tttt«*ttittifitttttftttt«t*tttf*ttt

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