Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 15, 1966
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Burt couple to observe 40t!i wedding Burt—Family and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds are planning open house for their 40th wedding anniversary at St. John's Lutheran church, August 21 from 2 to 4 p.m. They request no gifts. The Carol Reynolds, Hot Springs, Ark., and Gary Reynolds, Los Angeles, Calif., will be hosts. There will be a short program at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs, Eugene Meyer in charge. The din? ing room hosts are the Odey Cherlands, Lone Rock, and the Werner Strueckers, Algona. No other invitations will be sent. All friends and relatives are welcome to attend. 1~-AL.66.NA (Iflwal ADVANCE tyONDAY, AUG. 15, FIREMEN'S PICNIC ; The annual Firemen's picnic was held at Fairmont Sunday. Present were the Vern Shiplers their guests Mrs. Doris Holtopp, of Pomeroy and Carl and Glenn Westling, Humboldt, the Robert Hamiltons and Mrs. N. C. Rios and Tony of Fort Worth, Texas, the Dean Mcllravys, his mother, Mrs. Chas. Mcllravy, Orient, the George Manuses, the Larry Manuses, the Chas. Sprys and the Bernard Millers. GOING TO ALGONA •; Darrell Davis has accepted a position with the Ernie Williams Implement in Algona and will jclose the Burt garage and Standard Service as of Aug. 13. The •family will continue to live in Burt. Bode By Mrt. Roland M. OUon Couple married at Bode Mrs. Wallace Hawcott attended a. Northwestern Bell telephone meeting at Spencer Aug. 10. Mrs. Etta Holdren accompanied her .to Spencer and spent the day ;with Mrs. Merle Neilson and former neighbors. The Pat Bradleys, Robert An- 'guses and Supt. Bruce Cranstons were hosts at a barbecue supper ,at the Bradley home for Cub ;'Scouts and their parents Thursday. This was also a farewell for the Dean Mcllravys who moved to Norwalk Aug. 11. A gift was given to the Mcllravys. Guests Monday at the Raymond Westlings were Mrs. Otto Westling and LaVerla, Webster City, and Arthur Issacson, Stratford. Vicki Westling returned Bod* — Cynthia Lee Rolland, daughter of the Keith Hollands, Bode,, and Harry Wilson, son of the Earl Wilsons, Malin, Ore., were married at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode at 3 p.m. July 24. The Rev. Norman Johnson officiated at the double ring ceremony. Vocalist was Mrs. John Youngblut, accompanied by Mrs. David Engel at the organ. Linda Hankins, Minneapolis, was maid of honor, Pamela Halvorson, York, Neb., and Linda Cottington, Sioux City, were bridesr maids. Shannon Penquite, Des Moines, was flower girl and Jim Cottington, Blue Earth, Minn., was ring bearer. Kirk Rolland, brother of the bride, was best man. Groomsmen were Jeff Cottington, Council Bluffs and Dennis Bockert, Fort Dodge. A reception for 250 guests was held .in the •church-parlors.- university and has completed four years of naval duty. They will live at 195 2nd St., Apt. 13, Lake Oswega, Ore. He will be employed in electronics. Out of town guests were from Des Moines, Crystal Lake, Sioux City, Storm Lake, Atlantic, Council Bluffs, Fort Dodge, Estherville, Blue Earth, Minneapolis San Fernando, Calif., York, Neb. Faribault, Malin, Ore., Arlington, and other towns in the Bode area. The first legislative body in America assembled at Jamestown, Va., in 1619. Mr. and Urs\ Bill Lutz of Du> motit will be observing their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 21 with open housed at the Ameri can Legion hall, ironi 2 to 4. A number of relatives from the Bode area plan to \attend. Mrs. Lutz is the former Mabel Rood. Mr. and Mrs. JakeVKnudson returned recently 'from a 5,000 mile camping trip thru northerr and western states. TH»ey visited sons visited Larry Johnson in Montana, Rocky Mountain National park, "Crater \of the Moon" in Idaho, the \golden wheat fields around Spokane, Wash,, and the Cheyenne rodeo. In Loveland, Colo., the Xnud- his new home. Larry was formerly employed by the Knud&ons in Bode. \. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rood spent last weekend in Lamotii visiting her parents the Ben Barnes, and Sunday attended the wedding of Judy Kay Barnes, a\ niece of Mrs. Rood. Grandson, Dean Schultz of Humboldt, accompanied the Roods, to Lamoni. Mr. and Mrs. LylesSijBfkin and sons moved Tuesday to'Clarion. Vtrs. Martha Christianson and Sdna entertained friends one vening for the Siefkjns and Mrs. Hilda Enger entertained last Sunday for dinner,,the Sief-i kins, Mrs: Christiansen - and Ed- 1 na, Mrs.'Lucille ;Torg?rs6n andj Larry; and Mr., and Mrs. Walter Bakken. The Gleaners^ Circle of which Mrs. Siefkin was\a member also had a farewell courtesy for her. Mr. and Mrs. Les Carson, Pam, Linda and Steve, and twin daughters, eleven week old Melissa' and Cynthia have moved from Iowa City to Sioux Falls where Mr. Carson is teacher of^ business management and economics at Augustana college. The Carson family have been spending some time at the parental Oden Rood home this summer, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson and Mary Lou and Geri Vedvik spent Sunday in Des Moines and attended baccalaureate services at Grace Methodist church for the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing class of which their daughter, Jane, is a member. home with Mr. Issacson for aDining room hosts were the week in Stratford. The Wilfred Woltz.es. had charge of the Burt hardware ^store while the Roy Andersons 'were in Minnesota last week. , Patricia, Marjorie and Darlene Haupert and Kathy O'Donnell 'returned Monday from a vacation 'in the north taking the Lake vShore Drive to Port Arthur. Patricia returned to her work in ;Fort Dodge after two weeks vacation and the others to their ,work in Algona. Guests at the Vern Shipler's home last week were her sister Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy, and nephews Glenn and Carl Westling, Humboldt. , A birthday dinner was held Aug. 10 at Mike Baer's for her birthday. The immediate family were guests. The Allen Salisburys, Alpona, . were guests Wednesday at Howard Salisbury's. Mrs. Chas. Spry and Mrs. Shirley Meyer had a farewill coffee Monday for Mrs. Dean McDrcoy and another farewell coffee was piven Thursday at Mrs. Axel Carlson's for Mrs. Mcllrcoy. Fred Hilton, who is taking a ten weeks course in guidance and counseling, was named to the dean's list for the first session of summer school at Bemidji State Teachers college. Mrs. Chas. Mcllravy, Orient, spent the past week at her son, Dean Mcllravys and helped with moving to Norwalk. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet, Brownville, Tex., are spending several weeks here in an apart• ment at the Burt hotel and visiting former neighbors and friends. The Lawrence Millers and J. L. Millers spent Tuesday in Northfield, Minn. Good Will truck will be in Burt Aug. 31. Leave material with the supply secretary, Mrs. J. L. Miller, before that date. A dinner Thursday at the Cletus Zwiefels was for the birthday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Mrs. Elva Bpettcher and Mrs.. Mary Nelson attended the county Auxiliary meeting at Ledyard Aug. 9. The Jake Smiths are visiting in Wilmette. 111., at the Dale Bix- lers. Mrs. Bixler is the former Sheryl Smith. Guests Mondiay at Raymond Westlings for Mrs. Vern Ship- birthday and the 6th wed- anniversary of the, Vern Sfaipi&rs were the C&rence West- lings, Barnwn, Myron Fort I&djge, Mrs. Doris Holtopp, Pomeroy, Glenn. W& Carl _ ling, and tiic Jack Volks, Hum- Harley Berges, Justin Torger- sons, Bode, and Howard Hem- mestadsr Fort Dodge. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Archie Rolland, made the cake, Mrs. Keith Cottington, Crystal Lake, and Marilee Cottington, aunts of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Chas. Matt ice, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Don Penquite, Des Moines, also aunts of the bride, poured. Ester Mackintosh served punch. Waitresses were Ginn Tornp- kins, Margaret Brpdals and Kris Erdman, Mrs.. Wilbur Johnson, Margaret Bakken and Becky Hankins were at the gift table. The Mary-Martha circle served. She was a 1965 graduate of Twin Rivers and for the past year has been attending Pasadena City college, Pasadena, Calif. He attended the Oregon boldt. The Otis Jenkins, Lakpta, formerly of Winnebago, and Burt, had their 45th wedding Aug. 4 with open house, sponsored by their children at the home of the Floyd Groves in Winnebago. NEED INSURANCE? LOOK HERE! Blossom Insurance 109 N. Dodge Algonq, Iowa Phon. 295-2735 What to do about obscene or other offensive phone calls We are very much concerned about these calls. Should you happen to receive any, the following simple guidelines provide an effective way lor you to stop them: 1. HttUg up— if the caller does not say anything, — at the first obscene word or improper personal question. — if the caller does not identify himself to your satisfaction. 2. Don't keep talking to the caller- what he really wants is an audience. Don't be that audience. Remember, you are in control of your phone. You can end any. conversation sunply by hanging up. By following these guidelines, you can usually discourage someone from continuing to call you. If the calls do persist, call the Telephone Business Office. We want to help in investigating and appre* bending these caller? Northwestern BeHTdepbooe Cunpafly ALBONA, IOWA August 16-17-18-19 '••^^F* . ' .-'.,- i'./ Your Complete Program... TUESDAY j Program of the Fair FMtiring DenoPwi Qerby BEGINNING AT 8p.m. WEDNESDAY JEGJNWM PROMPTLY AT 7:30 P.M. (ADMISSION—Adults SOc — Children 25c) THURSDAY GENE HOLTER'S WILD ANIMAL SHOW 2p.m. and 8p.m. Monday, Aigu$l 15 1:00 p.m.—Judging of horses. 3:00 p.m.—Judging of 4-H projects (Home Economic) Tuesday, August 16 8:00 a.m.—Judging of Purebred Swine and 4-H exhibits (non-livestock and Home Economic) 9:00 a.m.—Judging of Floral Hall exhibits, 4-H Garden, poultry and Rabbits.and Crops. 10:00 a.m.—Dress Revue Interviews. 1:00 p.m.—Judging of dairy. 2:30 p.m.—County Dress Revue and 4-H Talent (grand.^ stand). 8:30 p.m.—Stock Car Race and Demolition Derby. Wednesday, August 17 8:00 a.m.—Judging of purebred beef heifers and 4-H exhibits (Home Economic). 8:15 a.m.—Judging of baby beef. 3:00 p.m.—4-H Dog Obedience Show. 7:30 p.m.—Tractor pulling contest. Thursday, August 18 8:30 a.m.—Judging of market lambs, followed by purebred sheep 10:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.—Judging of market swine. 2:00 p.m.—Gene Holters Wild Animal Show. 6:00 p.m.—Free Barbecue. 8:00 p.m.—Gene Holters Wild Animal Show. Friday, August 19 8:00 a.m.—Sale of sheep and swine. 9;00 a.m.—Sale of baby beef. 8:30, p.m.—Stock Car Race (Kossuth County Fair Championship.) $1,000 guaranteed purse. FRIDAY Kossuth County Fair SUPER MODIFIED Championship STOCK CAR RACES (OPEN EVENT) THE ALQQNA PEALERS Will SHOW Midway Ride Prices Reduced 2 Days FOR CHILDREN — AUG. 16 & AUG. 19 LIVESTOCK AUCTION 5»—i— ^ -J-rK^ *\! BEGINNING FRIDAY AT 8a.m. BAR-B-OUE THURSDAY

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