Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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Nearly i/,000 eat at Barbecue • 2-ALCONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. 25, Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mrs. Avis Dixon and Danny, Humboldt, were Friday callers at vKermit Fooler's. The DoaaW '.lunges, Ayrshire, were Saturday • guests at Earl Long's. ; line Virgil Strutheirs and Jeffrey attended the state fair at Des Mpines Sunday. < the Homer Betzesj Grimes* were Sunday visitors at Erling Maifrtih's. the AlttefJ Me-DsS and Susaft, Dakota City, visited the Malmin's Sunday. the Ronald Jufgens family, BUtit, #ete Sunday visitors at Allan Watnerri's. the Roy Neils, Nora Springs, were Tuesday visitors at Donald Larson's. t;he Percy Watnfrms wer,e Sunday visitors at Herman Kramer's at West BendI and in the evening Visited the Ed Nessen s. ^fhe Lcc Holts, Barbate and John, Spencer, were Sunday visitors at Jesse Van Buskirks. the H T.I. Hansons, Ankeny, have moved into the .Logan a- partmcnte at Huinboldt. They are the parents of Mrs. Eugene Struthei-s. jflsa Back - to - School at Diamond's ; r JMJNS, BEEF, beans, potato chips, cookies, etc., are shown Joeing distributed in the photo above by several of the Kbssuth county sponsors of the third annual beef barbecue held Thursday August 18 at the fairgrounds in Algona. KOSSUTH {COUNTY sponsors of the .be ei'. barbecue at the Kossuth county fair were busy last Thursday evening filling the plates for 10,962 persons who were served, between 5:30 and 8:00 p.m. i : . ; Excjusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillmah. Engaged 40th wedding is observed by couple at Burt Byrt There were 175 relatives and friends at the open house Aug. 21 at St. John's Lutheran church for the 40th wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds. Hosts were Gary Reynolds and the Carol Reynolds family. The dining room hosts were the Odey Cherlands, Lone Rock, and the Werner Strueckers, Algona. Registrars were Mrs. George A.ckert, St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Earl Hick, Guthrie Centetr, Mrs. Emil Bollinger, Avoca, Wis., and Mrs. Herman Bussie, Fairmont, poured coffee, Mrs. George Bol- leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson. The girls slept in tents and .cooked their meals over an open fire. They worked on their outdoor cook Badges and water fun badge. The girls who went were Gail 'Giddirigs, Patty jand Kathy Grubb, .Carol and CJieryl Bah- rends, Micky Wagner, Charlen.s Curtis, Cindy Cranston, Carol and Cindy -8111;' JSusian Angus, Barbara .Batt; -Nancy Herrick, Sharon and Cynthia Patterson, Margaret Devine. Three high school girls,' .J.anet and Linda Becker, and Kathy Patterson, also attended. - •• - ; LEAVE FOR JAPAN 'The J,;..LJ. Millers took the Lawrence Millers to Minneapolis Monday and they flew to California-and will visit Hawaii before going to Tokyo, Japan, to live the nejft four years! The J. L. Millers returned home on Tuesday, and visited to Saturday linger, Madison, Wis., and Mrs. l'K Predrlpksburg at-the Owen Terry Struecker, Rutland, serv- Hopkins home. ed punch. Mrs. Bertha Willrett announced the program. Rev. Vehling' gave a talk and prayer. Duets were sung by Velda Harms and Shirley Klein, accompanied by Edith Tieman, Theresa Tieman sang a solo and a poem was given by Shirley Klein. A song was sung by the Harms sisters and Theresa. Prayer was by Bertha Willrett. Albert Bleich tapad the program and table prayer, Seventy were present at the supper served at the church after the open house. Mrs. Ella Meyer had charge of the coffee both afternoon and evening. Mrs. Reynolds' sister, Lillian Bollinger, Pasadena, Calif., phoned. Clara Bollinger and Carl Reynolds were married Aug. 29, 1926, at St. John's Lutheran church. Two attendants then were present Sunday. Emil Bollinger and Hattie Robinson. Guests were from Avoca and Madison, Wis., Fairmont, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Lakefield, and Rush City, Mjnn., Spencer, Fenton, Bancroft, Ringsted, Eagle Grove, Humboldt, Britt, Algona, Swea City, Titonka, Woden, Whittemore, Rutland, HHls- boro, Cedar Falls, Crystal Lake, Burt, and Lone Rock. The C3fPl Reynolds family, ,of Hot Springs, Ark., could not be present because of car trouble. Gary Reynolds returned to Los Angeles, Calif., the last of the week. The Fred Davises tpok her -mother, Mrs. 0. A. Campney, to Bill ings, Mont., the first of the week for a visit at John. Buscfteir's.. ;.. The Arnold Clark's, ;• J»pencer, and Mrs. Elsie Winter ' visited here over the weekend. '•• The Bill Baslers, Algona,' have purchased the four bedroom house of the Clifford Schradefs. The Schraders will move this week to their home recently vacated by the Fred Hiltdns. Guests at Stanley-Black's are the Perry St. John's, Minneapolis, for the weekend. The Bill Schatzes and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests at A. C. Hinckley's. Mrs. Schatz is the former Judy JJinck- ley. The group attended a family reunion at Farihault fairgrounds in Blue Earth. There were 75 descendants of the late John Krohnbarg present. .The Herman Jaskulkes, Granada, Minn., were guests Sunday at Martin Griese's. The Good Will truck will be in Burt Aug. 31. Lsave material with Mrs. J, L, Miller. Workers are soliciting cp,qtri butions for the Iowa Childrens Home Society — whose headquarters are in, Des Moinqs with branches in Fort Dodge and Ce- CLIP THIS COUPON dar Rapids. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff is 'diairman in Burt. The R. J. De Le Hunts; Hag : erstpwn, Md., cams Tuesday ifqi a v^eek at Q. H, Gra!ham's."iy[rs. De Le Hunt is the former Mercedes Peters. The F. C. Soderbergs spent the weekend at Lake Jefferson, Minn,, with the Cecil Andersons, Elmor,e. Amanda and Minnie Looft, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Emma Rasmussen, Renwick, .visited Saturday and Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Ann Reimers. : A family birthday party for Randall Reimers, 4, was told Sunday at the Donald Reimefs home. The Will Gardners, Moravia. ,and Mrs. Charlie Gardner, Spokane, Wash., visited Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Etta Holdren and the Wallace Hawcptts. Monday Mrs. Holdren accompanied the Gardners to Moravia and. wilj spend a week at her brother Will Gardner's. Mrs. Jessie Rash s daughters, Margaret, June, Florence arid IVqrrna Jean, who .came .Saturday, returned to their various homes Thursday. They spent several days in Algona at the John Rash home and with Bet,- ty > Webb and 'the. Gary Webbi Tuesday they visited in Charles City with Mrs. Rash's sister, Mrs Stfelja 'Bilharz. .Guests Wednesday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were her sister, Mrs. Mabel Reimers, Des Mod- nes, her niece Mrs- Richard Webster and three children, of Des Moines, Patsy Zwiefel, Emmets burg, the Brian Zwiefels and Shawn. Thursday Mrs. Zwiefel was a .guest of the Melvin Rick in Titonka. Saturday and Sunday Mr&. Zwiefel and Patsy and Mrs Reimers were guests at Cecil Householder's, Welcome, Minn. The Lester .Stewards, Phoenix Ariz., came Saturday for a few days at Walter Steward's. Tues day they went to Detroit, Mich He will teach science and stye will attend school there as she has a scholarship. Enroute they will visit the Cecil Stewards, Ha zelcrest, 111. Other weekend vis itors at Walter Steward's were the Ray Millers, Estherville, Roger .Stewards, Madrid, and Per ry Steward, Montezu'ma. Ottosen — Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wirth of Prophetstown, 111., announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane B., 2006 7th St. East Moline, 111., to Neil Wehrs- pann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wetorspann, ,Ottosen. The wedding date has been set for Nov. 26. She has graduated from the ;Gen,esoe high school and .completed .a .course as dental as- sistant.'U^tirquette ; university, Mijwaukb^ ;5 ! lip is employed by >r. R. A^Parsons, SUvis, 111, He s,a gr,aidiiiite .of ;the Twin Rivers igih sciH661]" attended Iowa Stats niversity^,at An>es, is a member jf the Iowa NatioriaJ Guard and s eniployed by Deere Adminis- ration.Center, Moline. DIAMOND'S "WIN A HONDA" CONTEST (IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER) «ifnfw^ vv K • t ' Fill in your name a.nd address in the bottom of this coupon ajnd drop in the box at Diamond's in Algona. Age restriction 6 to 96. You will get two additional coupons with each purchase of any Wrangler brand garment including girl's jeans, cut-pff§, boy's jeans, no-irou slacks, shirts, cords or jackets. Men's too. f C GIRLS GO CAMPING Sixteen Junior Girl Scouts of Troop 404 camped for two days at Gajnp Gaywpod, Clear Buy mere, s«ve and get more at Diamond'!. Additional prize; to be given every week. YOU MAY II A LUCKY WINNER, Drop your cpuppn at Piamond's — Honda drawing pn Aug. 30! Uit Wffk'f WJnof r 9* transjstpr r«> die vtrat PiV<t Camp, Algona, Iowa. 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