Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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and ffil Ex-Wesleyans observe their 40th wedding Wesley — The Merman August Studers, Norbert bei-ts, Clarence Nelsons and Vine Eisenbacher, Ed and Jos Eisenbacher attended the 40th wedding recaption for the Joa Stu- ders at Algona. The Jos Studer family and her brother, Father Linus Eiscnbacher, Odebolt, bad the anniversary dinner at Van's at Algona. The Studers are former Wesleyans. MOVE FROM FARM The Charles Nelsons moved Tuesday into their new house two blocks north of the Exchange State bank, from their farm southwest of Wesley, which has been sold to Mr. Fett. Mrs. Nelson is the former Cecelia Eis- cnbacher. They have two sons and two daughters: Charley, a senior, and Paul, a sophomore at Garrigan; Mary is a student at Briar Cliff, Sioux City. She attended Ottumwa Heights two years. Jane is now Mrs. Gary Formanek, Spooner, Wis. NEW PASTOR COMING Lou Simpson, Duane Larson and Dick Jongcwaard went to Little-fork, Minn., Friday to move the household goods of the Curtis Andersons to Wesley. They are occupying the parsonage of the Evangelical Free and Upper Flat churches, which has been remodeled and redecorated. Mr. Anderson will serve both parishes, succeeding the late Percy Carlsson who died Dec. 15. His widow is a resident in a home at Boone. Catholic church Tom Studer and ATTEND WEDDING Relatives from Wesley at the wedding Saturday in St. Cecelia's in Algona of Sharon Bristol included the August, Herman, Don and Merlin Studers, Norbert Hilberts, Vine Bisenbacher and Jane, the Charles and Clarence Nelsons, Ed and Joa Eisenbacher. He is a son of the Joe Stu- ders, Algona, formerly Wesley The Floyd Eggerts and the Joe Wcigs also attended the wed ding. Trudy Alt is married treat at Cedar Falls over the weekend, with 35 couples present. The D., . ATTEND FUNERAL The Elof Pearsons, the Lee Pearsons, Ledyard, and their daughter, the Gary Thompsons. Guthrie Center, attended the funeral in Davenport Aug. 17 of Mrs. Elof Pearson's sister, Mrs. Lee Wathan, 46. Mrs. Wathan had been a frequent visitor in the Pearson home. She is survived by her parents, her husband, one daughter, four sisters and three brothers. WIN 30 BLUES The Wesley Wizards 4-H club received 30 blue ribbons, 27 red ribbons and one white ribbon at the 4-H fair. Helen Skow and Dana Larson, senior and junior representatives for the style show, were chosen as alternates. They had a meeting to work on record books Aug. 26. Diane Lar son is reporter. Jim Raneys, Brookings, have their first child, a boy, 7 Ib. 5'V.', oz., born August 24 in a Brookings hospital. He lias been named Mark Allen. She is the former Joan Miner, daughter of the Cliff Anfinsons. Dr. Hoyt and Sarah Raney are the paternal grandparents. Mrs. Raney, her daughter Mrs. Julie Forburger, and Mrs. Anfinson visited them in Brookings Friday. Mr. Anfinson took his wife to Brookings Monday. She will accompany them to Wesley the latter part of this week. Jim will attend college this fall, for his last year. The Geo. Seabergs, Lester Lar ons, Geo. Detmerings, Harold (Vebers and Edmund Otises at ended a Felco meeting and the air in Des Moines last week. The Martin Hamiltons and Lawrence and Colette Kockler Bancroft, the Joe Goetzes, Les er Blaines, Elmer Doughans am ^eonard Arndorfers attended th air in Des Moines last week Iso the John Muehes and Den nis Cinks. Relatives who visited their mo her, Mrs. Mary Wingert, at the rest home in Buffalo Center, and here when she spent a week COMMITAL SERVICE Mrs. Margaret (James) Cooney 76, was buried in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery Friday. Sh died at Tyler, Texas, where th funeral mass was held. The Coo neys are former Wesley resi dents. Trudy Alt, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Melvin Alt, Burt, and lichard Dugan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan, Davenport, were married August 27 at 3:30 p,m. at the First Methodist church, Algona. The Rev. Mer- Mr. and Mri, Ff«d K««» had as guests the former's brother Jay and wife of Greenvillej Miss. They were also at Mason City to visit with Mrs. Kent's sis* ter Evelyn, Mrs. Wallace Me- Dougall and Mrs. Jay Tubbesing whose late husband was a brother of Mrs. Kent and Mrs. Me. Dougall. Mrs. Theedor* Hutchison and grandchildren Molly and Steve Carroll left Tuesday for Sioux Falls, S. D., where they will take a plane to Torrenca, Calif., where the parents Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll live. It is possible she may go from there to San Jose and Los Angeles to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumtr hay* been visited by the latter's sister Katherine Manus, of* Washington, D. C., brother Edwin Manus, of Santa Clara, Calif., Al bert Manus, of Milwaukee, Wis. Oliver Sigler, of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman had as Sunday supper guests Mr and Mrs. Clair Olson of Water loo, Mrs. Esther Koube who was here Friday and Saturday, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Carpenter, o Good-all, aind Mr. and Mrs. Char les Thompson and daughter Zp na of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Strei spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Okobojis with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, of Des Moines, who have a summer home at the lakes. Charles Streit went ave as guests this week their aughter Mrs. Everett Black and 'aula, of Glen Ellyn, 111. Rev. Black was transferred there rom Spencer a few months ago nd is pastor for a Baptist church. Other v/eekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Law, ;>f St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Law is he former Mary Ahn Black, granddaughter of the Geering and daughter of Mrs. Black. George Yeoman suffered a leg njury a few weeks ago while using a power mower and is .sti not allowed to walk much. Mrs. Adele White was visitec Tuesday by her late husband laude's sisters Mrs. Irene Mor ris, of Bagley, Mrs. Edith Me Donald, of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Leora Lillie, of Linden. Mrs. C. N. Robinson and dau ghter Mildred plan to spend th Labor day weekend at Sprin, Valley, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs Earl Miller, son-in-law and dau ghter of Mrs. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan am Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan met Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends of Davenport at Des Moines and attended the Iowa State fair. Mrs. C. N. Robinson and Mildred have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly and Kathleen, of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Ed Hough, Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Gertrude Woith, of Owatonna, Minn., have returned from a vacation trip. Mrs. Hough bfothef of the &om » eft firfctm^ Were gtotfrn.. Crawford was organist, frffd nte Barret sang, tteherS were Jiffl thef of the brit& «id Bauef, cotistfl of the terfd& A receptldH tafc pie wa* hefd at for 150 guestS $*H « cheori served. fa was at the . Eiscnbacher and Mrs. Janice Jergensen opened thfe gift*, w* Marg. Gamble and Mary billy served the punch. . \ r < Cutting the wedding CaK6 wefff aunts of the bride MM. Omi Montag and Mrs. Anna Mae,Bri9f tow. Cousins of the bride, Kathy, Nancy and Janet Montag were waitresses for the bridal table, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Montag, aunt and uncle of the bride, were dining room host and fttetes*. After a trip to northern Minnesota they will reside at 3364 DuPont, Sioux City, where he is a man's hair stylist at the Crown Barber Shop. ',•''.' ' >,1 Burt in C. Davies performed the double ring ceremony. The bride's personal attendant was Hila Rankin, Colo, and :he maid of honor was Susan lemmingsen. Cindy Alt, sister of the bride, was the junior sridesmaid. Best man was Dean Willrett and groomsman was Paul Walker. Roger Dugan, brother of the groom, was the junior groomsman. Terry Alt, brother of the bride, was the candle- lighter. Ushers were Ted Greinert and Kenneth Trenary. Soloist Emy Lou Garms was accompanied by organist Helena Dodds. A reception for 300 followed the wedding in the, ch,urch .par : there Sunday and will remain to come home with his parents, Incidentally, Charles celebrated a birthday while there. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham spent Sunday at Ruthven with the latter's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline, of Pilot Mound, who have a trailer house at Lost Island lake. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney has been visited by various relatives the past two weeks coming at various times. The first visitors I were her son-inrlaw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Ludwig, Nancy, Tom, Becky and Jane, of Minneapolis, Minn., followed by another son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storck, Douglas and David, of Washington, la. Later Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wier, another son-iu-law and daughter and children Pat, Kathy, Jane and Patricia came Bristow - Studer marriage nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Cokato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg, Hugh lors. Guests were registered by Barbara Dugan, sister of the groom, and dining room host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert and Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom. Good Hope Happy Scrappers helped serve. Serving punch were Mrs. Raymond Walker and Mrs. Russell Walker. Cake cutters were Mrs. loyd Bleckwenn and Mrs. Har- MEMBERSHIP PARTY The Legion Auxiliary will hoi an annual membership party on Sept. 7. A pot luck lunch will be served after the meeting. There will be entertainment and a free membership given away. SHOWER IS DATED St. Joseph's Guild will have an annual pot-luck dinner and shower for the Sisters Tuesday, September 6. The dinner will be served at 6:30. The meat will be furnished by one of the circles. SEABERG REUNION The Seaberg reunion was held at Spirit Lake Aug. 19-20, with a program, and the silver wed L ding honored of Edwin Burrs, Des Moines. States represented were Iowa, South Dakota, Illinois, Connecticut and California. TURKEY DINNER DATE The annual turkey dinner will be served by St. Joseph's parish to the public Sept. 18. Chances are to be sold on a donated mink hat and collar, and on a donated Afghan. Mrs. Dean (Carol) Bunn and two daughters, San Francisco, Calif., came Friday for a visit with her parents, the Theron Hansons and other relatives. Mrs. TUlie Matz visited her sister, Mrs. Curtis Anderson, in Clarion Sunday. Th© Albert Uckteigs and the Vincent Smiths, Buffalo Center .. attended a married couples re at home were Mrs. Rita Shepard and Jerry, San Bernardino, Cali- 'ornia; Mike Wingert and children, San Diego, Calif.; and Sister Catherine, Mason City. They also visited a sister, Mrs. Eileen Johnson, Wesley, and brothers Lou Wingert, Buffalo Center, and Clair Wingert, Wesley. Mrs. Viola Studer has received a call from her son Robert that his family moved from Atlanta, Ga., over the weekend to Dallas, Texas. He is assistant chief pilot for the Delta Airlines, where he has been employed for 16 years. They have three children, Mike, Shawn and Tracy. The Paul Lorenzes moved late ly from Knoxville, Tenn., to St Louis, Mo. They had lived in Atlanta several years ago. The Wesley Wizards 4-H club met Aug. 8 in the city park. Pic bures were handed out on th( achievement show. Dana Larson Maria Oink and Mary Muehe gave talks. Bonnie Becker gave a demonstration. The July 12 meeting was held at Helen, Kathy and Bessie Skew's. Diane Larson is reporter. The Herman Bodes and Clarence Aitchesons attended the old Becker, nd groom Mervin Jentz and Mrs. Fred Grenert poured coffee. Waitresses ncluded: Jane Walker, Donna and Becky Fisher, LuRee Al- aunts of the bride respectively. Mrs. Bright, Susan Dodds and Linda Dodds. Marilyn Harris, Judy Parrott and Diane Smith were in charge of gifts. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Algona high school and students at Nortli- west Missouri State college, Maryville, Mo., where he is a senior, majoring, in biology and agriculture, and she is an elementary education major. The groom is affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the bride, Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Ex-Bancroft lady, Mrs. M. Guide, dies recently from Minneapolis. While here each' of the families,' accompanied by Mrs. Mahoney, went to Humboldt to see her sister Mrs. Mary Nelson at the Sission nursing home. Later Mrs. Anna Blain was here from Gary, S. D., who came to visit at Sexton with her brother Henry Bailey and many others in the vicinity. Joyce Ludwig, granddaughter of Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney, has returned from California and is at home in Minneapolis, Minn She visited with relatives anc friends of the woman from Min neapolis who accompanied her and was in the San Francisco area. Miss Ludwig, her sister Gloria, Mrs. Keith Prestergaard of Minneapolis, and children Re vin and Kclley came Tuesday foi a few days visit with Mrs. Ma honey. Mr. and Mrs. William Geering and Miss Woith going to Mears, Mich., where the former's son Bob Holcomb is working at the dunes. He will soon enter the university at Iowa City for his senior year. Mrs. Schenck visited at East Lansing, Mich, and was house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ketchum and also visited with Mrs. Christos Barbatsis, of Athens, Greence, with whom she had worked some time ago. Mrs. Myra Ostrum has rented her cottage on Harlan street to Mr. and Mrs. Garold Hough who ad formerly lived at 619Vz N. "horington street. Gary, twelve year old son of flr. and Mrs. Al Erpelding, is at Rochester, Minn., having been aken there for treatment of a detached retina resulting from blow while at play. He had surgery this week and his address s Worrell hospital, room 412 A. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maasdam have been visited by the for Black Clear and Lake children Sunday went to and the Hagg's grandchildren Tony and Mike Tolsdorf, of New Haven, who had brought them, that far. The children have returned home after a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bode and daughter Alice, Hugh Black, Louise and Jimmie, returned on Friday from DCS Moines where they had attended the Iowa State fair. St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, Iowa, was the setting Saturday morning, Aug. .11- for the marriage of Sharon Bristow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hornet Bristow, Algona, and Thomas J Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Studer, Algona. The dou ble ring nuptial mass was per formed by Msgf . P. P. Gearen. Joan Studer,, sister of th groom, was maid of honor, and Pamela Batt, cousin of the bride and Wanda Bristow, sister of th bride, were' bridesmaids. Roge Studer, brother of the groom Mr, and Mrs. Michael Scott and Arma'nde and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews., returned .last Week torn a trip to the west coast. Thsy visited Mr. and Mrs. Gliford Holding in San ; Francisco, Andrews in Los Angeles mer's daughter Mrs. Alice Wid ck and daughter Donna, Webs ,er City. Mrs. L. J. Nelson has had as guests her son-in-law and dau jhter Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patton and two daughters, of Layfette La. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson returned Friday from Storm Lake where they had spent a few days with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Char les Tippin and little son Bret. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diekof attended the Iowa State fair a Des Moines and saw the Law rence Welk show. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Myrtl Turnbaugh spent Sunday a Paullina with Mrs. Rose Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klam have been visited by the latter Garry McDonald was in Des Moines last week and visited ith his brother David and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Garry McDonald nd Mr. and Mrs. Rex Voyles are teing visited this week by the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. loger Phillips, of Glenwood. Mrs. Clytie Roepke was visited Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jameron, of Minot, N. D., and ler son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. Edward Roepke, Tama A picnic was held at the Gal state park. Mrs. Roepke is a res dent of the Good Samaritan home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mahara are vacationing in northern Min nesota. Alice Condon has been visit ed by her nephew and wife Mi and Mrs. David O'Lary, of Car roll. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell have had as guest Games Ackerman former resident here and nov living at Tucson, Ariz. He als visited a longer time at Roches ter with Mr. and Mrs. Enos Ac kerman. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter wen to Mason City Tuesday wher the former had a routine check up. No surgery has been nece sary for his ailment and he is making good recovery. , •as best man, and John Stude Mrs. George Haweott and Lt. Lynn C. Struthers, USN, and; family in San Diego. Among points of interest were the Rocky Mountain, national park, the San Francisco zoo, Disneyland, Universal studios and the Sea World, in San Diego. The WSCS committees are making plans for their annual turkey supper Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the Burt Methodist church. Jim Pickett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett, former Al- gonans now living at Ankeny, is leaving for military training at Fort Benning, Ga. RICH HARVEST OF lomfiou.se- lu/eed Everready picnic at the shelter house in Garner Sunday. The L. S. Koppens and the Bill Koppens spent Aug. 20-27 at Leach Lake, Minn. The Mark Bodes, Omaha, spent the weekend at the parental Her- maJi Bode's, and John Steier's, Whittemore. A Steier reunion w«s held there. Bancroft were held Funeral services Wednesday at St. ^icmicjf'Gilt Edge House Paint.., »tal aiding The M. Van Laninghams and Tom, Niles, HI., and Dorothy Seaberg, DeKalb, 111., were recent guests at Geo. Seaberg's and Lou Simpson's. The Lester and Arvin Larsons attended the Nodland reunion Aug. 21 in the Evangelical Free church with 70 present. Mrs. Mary Peters had as guests recently her daughter, the Arthur Kauperts, Sunnyvale, Calif., Alton Luders, Ppntoosuc, 111., a ad Mrs. Verna Limkermann, of Quinoy, Ml. A Peters reunion was held in the Legion hall Aug. 20. The Ted Armons, Blue Earth, were Sunday guests at Bill Loebig's. John's Catholic church here for Mrs. Mattie Guide, 77, of Arlington, Va. She died of a heart condition. Rev. Msgr. J. H. Schultes officiated. She was born Aug. 2, 1889 at Armstrong and was educated in the Bancroft schools. She was married to Henry Guide at Bancroft in October, 1911 and he was a Bancroft businessman for many years as a member of the Mayer and Guide Farm Implement firm and as a funeral director until 1917. He preceded her in death in 1936. One daughter, Maxine Guide of Arlington, survives as well as a brother and two sisters, all living on the West Coast. Burial was made in the St. John's cemetery. No, we arent rn the metal siding business. But new Gilt Edge Super Latex House Paint is so superior to ordinary paint, we'd almost rather see you put metal siding on your house if we run out of Gilt Edge Super Latex. Read bow it compares to solvent-thinner-type paints: 7 Thinner coat does the job-reduces danger of failure caused by weight of build-up in repainting 8. Uniform appearance-no lap marks 9. Choice of 1,001 colors 10. Long wearing-durability equal or superior to the best solvent-thinner-type paints 11. No special primers needed for repaint work 12. Breathes better-helps prevent failure due to moisture penetration from within the house I Apply in damp or (kj surf ace is wet t Faster drying-dust awl insect-free • 15 to 45 minutes depending M humidity 3. Slower erosioa-fto discdoratiofl fr<M chalking 4. Easier to appiy-no firing brush drag 5. Superior color retention-far less fading frcw sunlight €. Easf clean up wi* spaf) md water See what we m*»n? for a paint job that lasts and lasts $ and lasts, yow test va/ue is Gilt Edge Super Latex House 6 95 * per gal. deeptones slightly higher Fully lined, suede frfejittcl h«*ina-jack*» HONDA WINNER Phil Diamond announced the winner of the Honda given by his store in a recent drawing. He was Melvin Bruns, 201 So. Heckart, Algona. CORP "Formfrly R«*dy Mix Concrete & Lumber Co." $-5266 ALGONA beautifully to a (65% Fortwl poly***, S5% Avf<» towfefettt tag *tevt mot *fei SHEAKLEYS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls" M HI Mil

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