Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1966 · Page 8
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•-ALOONA (fewa) ADVANCt MONDAY, AU& 13/lfM HOLD BRIDAL SHOWER Bouquets of freshly-cut flowers and a centerpiece of flowers delicately laced into the shape Of an umbrella provided colorful decorations for a bridal shower last week Sunday at the Country Club honoring Miss Patricia Ferris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris. Miss Ferris is to be married Sept. 17 in Racine, Wis., to Mr. Allen Andreason. Among the out-of-town guests at the courtesy was Mrs. Denzil Fosberg of Racine who will be Miss Ferris' matron of honor. Hostesses were Mesdames Allen Buchanan, Kyle Keith, Claude S4agle, Rex Voyles and Richard Cowan. ATTEND FAMILY REUNION Mrs. Fred Wegencr, Mrs. Gordon Wegener, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz and family, all of Algona, attended the Heidenwith family reunion last week Sunday at the Legion hall in Swea City- Mr, and Mrs. Art Heidenwith of Swea City were hosts for the occasion. About 100 members of the family attended, coming from Des Moines, Estherville, Fenton. Britt, Burt, Albert Lea, Elmore and Minneapolis. ENTERTAIN GUESTS Mrs. John N. Kenefick entertained guests from out of town at a luncheon in her home Thursday. Those present were Miss Naomi Kenefick, Mrs. Tho- Engaged St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Marian to Joseph Ringsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf of Burt. A September wedding is planned in St. Joseph's Catholic church, St. Joe. Both are Garrigan high school graduates. ALGONA TONIGHT — TUBS. & W6D. 2a MHM*-tM COCORbyDELUXE S COMING THURS., AUG. 18 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT MATINEES DAILY 1:30 P.M. Rtfitfns JULIE \ DICK ANDREWS-VAN DYKE mas Kenefick, Sr., and Mrs. Thomas Kenefick, Jr., all of Eagle Grove; Miss Thelma Kenefick of St. Louis and Mrs. Arthur Doeneeke of Brooklyn, N. Y. REUNION HELD About 100 people attended the annual Palmer family reunion at Call State Park recently. A dinner was held in the shelter house. Out of town guests came from Des Moines, Mason City, STARLITE DRIVE IN TONIGHT A TUESDAY . ,-RpcK; ;, HUDSON Gig < YOUNG TICHMICOIO*- •. — SECOND FEATURE — Clarion, Rcnwlck, flritt, Webb and Stilson, la. HAS 6th BIRTHDAY A Little Red Riding Hood theme was carried out at a party last Monday celebrating the sixth birthday of Kristine Mawdsley given by her mother, Mrs. Richard Mawdsley. Voung guests were Joanie and Julie Burt, Joan Skogstrom, Lori Pirtgel, Monica Gettman and Debbie Telecky. FAREWELL LUNCHEON Mrs. James Hershberger was lonored at a farewell luncheon recently given by members o{ £eta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. At the luncheon, which was held at Van's Cafe, Mrs. Hershberger was presented with a gift. Annual shower for Sisters at St. Joe dated St. Joe — The annual Sisters shower will be held in St. Joseph's school hall Monday, Aug. 22 at 7:30 p.m. with a "Get Acquainted" and social evening with the Sisters. A CDA committee will be .in charge. The committee will be Mrs. Vernon Berte, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mildred Bormann, Mrs. Robert Altman, Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. John C. Capesius and Mrs. Mark Thilges. . ...... ^ ^ . .. The John Thuls returned Thursday after several days with Mrs. Thul's brother, the Casper Kaysers, Waseca, Minn. They also called on Mrs. Annie Weydert in Wasaca, a former St. Joe resident. Mr. Kayser, also formerly here, had his 85th birthday Aug. 10. The Bob Kaysers, Council Bluffs, are expected here for the Becker reunion Saturday. Rev. Luke Becker, QSB, Booneville, Mo., Rev. Nicholas Becker, Granville and Sister, M. Georgehe OSF Larchwood have been visitors here this week with relatives. The Milford Plathes, Kristine, Kathleen, Darlene and Bobbie, spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis. Jennifer Plathe, youngest daughter of the Plath*spent the two days with her aunt ind uncle, the Raymond Kom- haases. JANEr VAN SHELLEY MARIHA UIGH-JOHNSON-WINIERS-HYER levers « PARAMOUNT RF'.SASE Dan Gidleys, Colorado Springs, Colo, are coming satur * lay for a week with Mrs. Reding's parents, and relatives and friends. Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, S. D., plans to spend the first of the week here at the Reding home. Mrs. Chicoine is also a daughter of the Redings. FaiR m SPECIALS at the Hub Clothiers MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS From our regular stock of famous name ] men's Sport Shirts. ' • Wash 'n Wear and no-iron fabrics • Button-Down Collars • Henley Necks 9 Knitwear Priced from $2,88 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT DRESS SLACKS All new styles — Wool and Dacron blends or Dacron Blend Wash 'n Wear Fabrics. Sizes 29 to 46. Big Values! Priced from (9,88 ALL MEN'S Dress Straw Hats—ft Price Many other summer clothing bargains for Men and Boys at,,,, 0*0*0*1 off in our store during Fair Days! t*j***IV*AA*A*j*M*M^W UAM3 Bode copter pilot on leave from Viet Nam Bod* — Captain Wayne KnuA son phoned his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ake Knudson, that he had arrived in the States from Viet Nam and will visit his wife and daughter Andrea in Columbus, Ga., a few days then Mrs. Knudson and Andrea will accompany him to Bode for a visit. He is an air officer and helicopter pilot for General Knowles and is on 30 day leave. •i Iowa City at, tumme* enm* | mencement exercises. Ltinfe Rpck girl married Jacqueline Ann Laabs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.* Raymond Laabs, Lone Rock and Steve Ernest Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs., Ernest Berkland, .Cylinder were married at the Immanuel Lutheran church, Lotts Creek! on Aug. 5. Rev. A. E. Vehling officiated at the double-ring: ceremony. : :Sandra Dohner, Akron, Penh, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Connie Thurston, Des Moines. Best man was Robert Watts, Clarion and groomsman was Tim Berkland, brother of the groom. A reception for 175 guests was held in the church basement. They are 1964 graduates of Sentral at Fenton and are presently enrolled at Iowa State University. 60th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lee of Bode will! be observing their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 21. Open house is being planned for the occasion at St. Olaf Lutheran church parlors from 2 to 5 by their daughters, Mrs. Alfred Kasid (Martha), St. Paul, and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, Humboldt. The Lees also have a son, Tedmar, Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Lee were married near Badger. Their attendants were the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Engebritson. Mrs. Lee was the former Helga Bakken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tollof Bakken. Mr. Lee came to Bode from Norway in 1901. He had learned tiling and surveying from his father, a contractor in Norway. For a number of years he was engaged in surveying and tiling in Humboldt county and this area, he also owned and operated a farm. In 1944 the Lee retired and moved into Bode. Besides the three children Mr. and Mrs. Lee have three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bonnie Vedvik and Geri left Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fuller of Humboldt for a two weeks vacation trip thru northwestern states. They plan to visit a niece of Mrs. Fuller in Wanatchee, Wash., and will go thru the Black Hills, Yellowstone and a number of other places of interest. Degrees for AHS Spanish teachers Manuel Febles and Aldolfo Franco, both Spanish instructors at Algona high school, received master of arts degrees Wednesday from the University of Iowa *WS«a«*WiiPSW!S«»S«aHB«»!W V, ^ ft4> ^ V 1#<MM/ , •!> ,^^-ISlSr.' ', •\< '^v^X?^ .• j. < . * *• 2 •' _- -- -- ,. . . , j*«^i v/ m ' f J ' iffyt"" V *» «"'K'-*t " « I The loving care., the gcxid feed, the'grobrauig and -fsf «• ^ ^ ^s "^ r ****-" ; «* r « *j ^ < ^ ^^7^ * H % '"training our boy»'and' girls have given jtheir animate -^ is bound to tell whien they compete in the show ring ' We work closely with those' who use Purina ... the feed of Champions—as part of their fitting rations. We predict that some Of these youngsters have ani- -, mala that wiU be%iird to heat! fl"'^ ' f ^ To all our local contestants v . .heat of luck! Many will win ribbons'but' all will lie winners .-.. because of the practical kjiowledge they've gained in the care and feeding of livestock. , /, 'n it «"> • j ~f «M , Farmers Service Center 525 So. Phillips — AfeiMU, low* — Phono 2954595 * . LOW COST PRODUCTION.. the reason morfe cattleman feed PU IN/ Linda Krantz is wed Linda Louise Krantz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Titonka, and Douglas Neal Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hinkle, Independence, Mo., were married August 6 at a double-ring ceremony in the' Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. The Rev. A. F. Gerstmann officiated. The bride was attended by her cousin, Joan Cosgrove, Titonka and the bridegroom's sister, Faye Hinkle, Independence, Mo. The groom was attended by Danny Heed and Ronald Johnson, both of Independence. Flower girls were Jill Krantz, cousin of the bride and Cheryl Hinkle, sister of the groom'. Ushers were Dverg Krantz, Clarion and Bruce Kitzinger and Stephen Cosgrove, Titonka. Noel Krantz was soloist accompanied by Carolyn Engelbarts. After a honeymoon in Colora^ do, they will reside in Kansas City, Mo. He will report to Ft. Leonard Wood on August 26 and she will attend the University of Missouri this September. POSTNUPTIAL COURTiSY Mrs. James B. Hauptman, nee LaVonne Saiter, was the honoree at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Joseph (Marlene) Cunningham in Burt Wednesday evening, Aug. 10. 15 guests were in attendance. Mrs. Chester (Frieda) Willey provided the entertainment with one of her "Artex Painting Parties". Each guest painted a Rose quilt block. LaVonne was the recipient of these as -well as many lovely gifts. LOCALS Carole Hayes came from Columbus, Ohio, arrived last week and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, left Friday for a brief fishing trip in northern Minnesota. She will return this week to Columbus where she is engaged in a recreation program at the Y.W.C.A. Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Urch of Greenville, S. C., formerly of Algona, entertained at an open house bridal reception recently in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Boehm. Mrs. Boehm was the former Mrs. Joan L. (Wesley) Mains. Mr. and Mrs. Boehm are residing in Greenville where Mr. Boehm is assistant service manager for the Goodyear tire and rubber company. Also present at the occasion was Donald Urch, the bride's brother, who flew to Athens, Greece, to study as an office^ candidate in the U. S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Lyl» Dahlgren and family are vacationing this week in Witohita, Kan., and southern Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kern and daughters of West Union are arriving this evening for a week's visit with her parents, the Ed Wolcotts and her sister, the Clayton Pittmans and other relatives and friends. Florida, 'the last of the territory owned in North America by "the Spaniards, was ceded to the United States in 1819. Fall Grass Seed Specials /; NOW IS THE TIME TO SEED YOUR LAWNS! BUY 1-LB. 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