Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 15
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Former Fenton girl married in Arizona Fenton — August 20, Cheryl Marie Gross, daughter of the Donald R. Grosses, formerly of Fenton and now of Phoenix. Ariz., was married to David H, Edmonds, son of the Harold Edmonds, Phoenix. The ceremony took place at the First Methodist chapel on Central Avenue in Phoenbc. Rev. L. Miller officiated at the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was her sister, Marcia Ann Gross. Allan Schmeling, Cylinder, was the best man. Mary Catherine Gross, a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. David Giles, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer. Ushers and eandlelighters were Wm. Cahoon and Dennis Taylor. Mrs. McGurink was the organist. Soloist was Mrs. Richard Gross, aunt of the bride. At the guest book was Nancy Gross, cousin of the bride. A reception was held in the Fellowship hall, served bv Iho WSCS. The David Edmonds are living at 1326 N. 50th, Apt. 2, Phoenix, Ariz. St&cy Ann, born August 26. Ma- .ernal grandparents are the Walter Pertls, FeMon, and pa- .efnal grandparents are the Andrew Gowans, Cylinder. Aid of St. Lukes Lutheran ihuroh at Fairville has been postponed until Sept. 8 because of road construction past the church. Ensign and Mrs. John Engstrom of Lone Beach, Calif., visited overnight Tuesday with her grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Frank. Mrs.. Engstrom is the former Margaret Schlitz, daughter of the Dick Schlitzes, Long Beach. Guests were her grandparents, the Peter Schlitzes, Bancroft, Mrs. Charles Newel and the Don Shaws. The Ewald Kohlweses, Austin, Minn., visited Saturday with the Paul Eiglers and Mrs. Ida Dreyer. planned to return to New York by plane. Marilyn will bigin teaching next week. The Ted Jensens returned home last week after a vacation with Mrs. Jensen's parents, the Dr. L. A. Pappenhagens, Alliance, O., at their lodge at Blind River, Ontario, Canada. The Pappenhagens spent August there. The Melvin Madsens, Cecil Andersons, Clarence Madsens and Erhest Jacobsons, Ringsted, were recent guests of the Wai ter Madsens, Albert Lea, Minn. The Clifford Gangsteds, Ringsted, moved last week to the farm vacated by the" LaWr%fidfe UllensVangs. The Ullensvangs have moved to fethdrvilte l are f armihg the place farmed by the Carl Katisens. The Hansens, also fofftfef Sen& cans, have retired and have moved to Iowa City. The Calvin Vaudts recently re> turned from a week at Colorado and other points. Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Barbara and Joy, attended a birthday party at Estherville Sunday for the former's grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Anderson, who had her 90th birthday. The Kalmer Randas, of Ferris, Calif., concluded a visit with relatives and returned home* They spent several days at the Curtis Olsen's. Mrs. Randa is his sister. The Curtis Olsens went to Ames last Wednesday and visit* ed Mrs. Edna Thompson, a patient at a hospital there. Mrs. Thompson, who came to this area with the Kalmer Randas of Perris, Calif., was visiting the daughter, the Kenneth Campbells, when she became ill and had to be hospitalized. The Olsens report that she was expecting to be released from the hospital the early part of this week and will •ecuperate at her daughter's. • The Bill Bernhards and Robert Lynches spent Thursday at the fair in Des Moines and heard Lawrence Welk. Mrs. Nina Kracht has been spending a great deal of time with net mother, Mrs. Kathryfi Doege, Algona, who has been ill. The Andrew Kjars, I-Iumboldt, visited recently at Lewis Breese's. They are Mrs. Breese's parents. Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. August Nelson had the Blakjea 4 ALCW at the church Thursday. Mrs. Melvin Bratrud had devo- tions and Mrs. Elmer Krause the Bible study. Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mrs. Amy Cheriahd, afid Mrs. Melvin Bratrud were named on the nominating corrimittee to select a slate of officer candidates. The Raymond Gardners and McGregors, Bancroft, and her sister, Mrs- Lucille De Vary* of Dolliver, recently returned from a week in scenic Colorado. Hazel Gardner Neilsen, Chicago, has spent two weeks visiting her brother, the Raymond Gardners. The David Loofts spent Suit' day evening with Mrs. Looft's AL6O!-'A :< THURSDAY, 1, of %<* man, Minn., fof Mr. birthday. Gail Kauffmari, sdft Russel Kauffmans, has accepted A position with the Deluxe rto> ducts Corpdration, Lake Mills. He is a programmer analyst in the data processing departitietit, He has been associated WJth the National Data Processors In Cedar Rapids for three yeart, The Kauffmans purchased a home in Lake Mills. ? The Delbsrt Kauffmans of California have been visiting his , ,. r<\ ., tl n *, nnr , TVu UaillUI mil ncivc us parents, the Glen Hoppes, TrU- parentS) ^ Russ2l FAREWELL GIVEN A farewell for the Jerry Frey- holz's was held last weekend at Fritz Freyholtz's, Fenton. Relatives and friends came Saturday afternoon with many staying, over night. Sunday church services were attended at Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. Then a 1 o'clock dinner was held at the Freyholtz home. Guests were Mrs. Joe Tarpy and boys, Madison, Minn., Mrs. Tony Miller family, Mankato. Minn., the H. Frey- holtzes, Hewitt, Minn.. Albert and Rafield Draegers, Winthrop, Minn.. Mrs. F. Schwartz, Stewart, Minn., Lcnart Schuefts, Hutchinson, Minn., Art Zumachs, Lone Rock, Carl Peters. Jeraldine Weishert, the Ed Wichten- dahls, Lone Rock, Dean Meyers, Algona, Donald Pomeroys and Steven, Chicago, the Wm. Kruses, Lone Rock. Mrs. Georgeann Voigt and James Voigt, Fenton. Jerry and his wife, Carol, then left for Beaverton, Ore., where he 'has accepted a church position as director of education and Carol will teach the church kindergarten class. Thursday guests of the Darrel Dreyers were Mrs. Ida Dreyer and the Duane Dreyers, Humboldt. The Louie Weisbrods were guests at Ernest Vaux's, Fairmont, Sunday, for Louie's 88th birthday. Other guests were Mrs. Dave Newel, Sherri and Todd, Mason City, the Andrew Hansens, Algona, and Bill Krauses, Fairmont. Guests last week at Rex Wolfe's were her sister, Mrs. Ada Hite, Oskaloosa, and the Don Kites and Beverly, New Sharon. Friday guests were the Kites, Jack Tiemans, Terry and Teresa, and Frank McFalls. Callers were the Wendell Rusches. Sunday the Wolfes and Kites visited another sister, Mrs. Armstrong, at Wells, Minn. Monday evening the Wolfes and Kites were guests of the Jack Tiemans for Mrs. Wolfe's birthday. The Don Shaws and Frank Johansen, Minneapolis, and the Calvin Vaudts recently returned from a week's camping trip in Colorado. Recent guests of the Raich Weisbrods were the Bob Weis- brods, Kim and Kirk, Marian, 111. The J. M. Seglins, Hammond, Ind., visited from Tuesday to Thursday at Ralph Weisbrod's and with Mrs. Seglin's mother at the Turner rest home in Armstrong. The Gerald Geitzenauers and Scott, Monrova, Calif., and the Roger Bakers and Lori, of Newport, R. I., have been guests at the parental Delbert Geitzenau- OHM REUNION There were 65 at the Ohm reunion August 28. at the Fento>n Community Center. Attending were the Norman Ushers, North Hollywood, Calif., Gordon Prie- bt;s and Janice, Huston, Texas, Roger Bakers and Lori, Newport. R. I., Jack Trunkhill and Scott, Burt, Lester Gingerriehes, Stnrm Lake. Bob Kitners, Forest City, Joe Rollings and Brian, Bancroft, the Leo Schmidts, Donald Radigs and Perry. Ed Ohms and Willard, Frfld Schmidts,, Ben Fchmidts and Terry, and Roger Radigs, Lone Rock, Mrs. Clara Pomne. the Dennis Zumachs, R. W. Wctzels, Mrs. Marie Calwell and Art Readcl, Algona; the Wm. Zumachs and Mrs. Anna Ohms, Estherville, and Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Mrs. Marie Drever, the Martin Ohms, Delbert Geit- zenauers and Mary Dawn Eldridge, Fenton. ATTENDS WORKSHOP Mrs. Sheldon Merril Jr. recently spnnt three days at Ames at the ISEA leaders workshop as the West Bend Community Teachers Assn. representative. Work groups studied the services and goals of the NEA, the ISEA, and the loc-al teachers group. Senator David Stanley spoke. There wore 200 from all areas of the state. er's. The Gordon Priebes and Janice, Houston, Texas, have been guests at Delbert Geitzenauer's and Emma Dreyer's. The Jim Petersens, Minneapolis, have a son. Randall James, born Aug. 24. 5 Ib. 5Mj oz. Maternal grandparents are the Lloyd Sundes, Fenton, and the paternal grandparents are the Bill Petersens, Ringsted. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Borne and Mary and the Richard Stuckis were recent weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. Friday guests of the Kenneth Bollincers were the Clair Bollin- gers, Marilyn and Willis, Diane Vaske and the Gene Tietzes and Michael. Callers were the Norman Bollingers and girls. The James Gowans, Iowa City, have their second daughter, Mrs. Jay Fulweiller (Marilyn Johannesen) and son, Steven, of Milwaukee, Wis., also Carol Johannesen, New York City, spent last week visiting their parents, the Fred Johannesens. The Jo- hannesens took them back to Milwaukee Monday and Carol THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors ^__ ^k ! RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE —•— Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phon« 889-2796 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 886-1006 — f>86-1001 — 886-1970 JOHN WELHOUSEN Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR, 3rd DISTRICT KOSSUTH COUNTY Your Vote Will Be Appreciated WHY DOES I EED A EW GOVERNOR? fit. f Bob Beck says: "South Dakota is growing 33"times faster than Iowa. I've been there, and if they can sell. South Dakota, we can sure as heck sell Iowa." J Bob Beck says: "Poverty programs are all right, but they're only a stopgap. This state will achieve greatness through vigorous, thrustingJree enterprise programs . ...not poverty programs." Bob Beck says: "Tourists bring money into a state and leave it. Yet last year, the city of Des Moines alone had a larger Parks budget than the whole state of Iowa." Bob Beck says: "Rural Iowa is becoming a land of empty store fronts. That's a shame. A neediess shame." Bob Beck says: "Refunding part of the tax surplus is a phony, political-Santa C/aus idea that's unsound. Any surplus should be used to reduce the heavy property tax. load!" Bob Beck says: "We have no safety council in Iowa, and yet the state is a nightmare of highway death traps. n/f\ r\ <•» f* ^ *i fJ m i ie*f +4^ n ATTA i* ** We can ,,, and must,,, do better," BECK CAN DO BETTER Vote for Bob Beck - - Republican Candidate for Governor The gegk-ForXspvernQr Qprnmittee, Oim Brprnwell, Chairman

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