4-Al.OONA (lew.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, SEPT, t, 1964 Services held _ at Fenton for ~ fl.E. Stoeber Fenton—Funeral services for William Edgar Stoeber, 88, formerly of Fenton, were held Sunday afternoon. He had made his home in Mesa, Ariz,, in recent years. Services were held at the f'eniton Methodist church with Rev. Russell Eldridge officiating. Burial was in the Fenton Methodist cemetery. Mr. Stoeber died August 31 after a lingering illness at Mesa. He was born May 13, 1878, at Charles City. He lived in Fenton for 45 years, where he was in the hardware business. About 20 years ago he retired to Mesa, Vern Ludwig, Kansas City, Mo.; and Steve, at home. Others attending were: the A. H. K&jew* skis, bmmetsburg; Eugene Joy- tits, Mason City; Ralpn Joynts, the E. R. Joyuts, Aioert Lea, Minn.; Vincent and Paul Joynt, Clear Lake; the Elmer LUdwigs, West Bend; Mrs. Evelyn Marten, Susan and Robert, Aureiia; the Woodrow' Jonnsons, Lrvington; the Andrew Maitys, LuVerne; the Bill LUdwigs, faul Ludwigs and Leo Immenalls, all Algona. WED AT ELDORA Loretta Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Trout, of Drakes-' vine, was married Saturday Aug. Ariz. He is survived by 27 at 2 o'clock in Assembly of God his wife, Brigitta Whittemore weds Brigitta Whittemore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Whittemore, Algona, and Patrick J. Carnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carnes, Bloomington, Minn., were married August 20 at 2 p.m. at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. Fr. Colman Barry, 0. S. B.i president of St. John's Uni- vefsity, officiated at the double rirtg ceremony, and Fr. James Bruch, Algona, road the Gospel. Mfchael Carnes read the Epistle. Lark Whittemore, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, with Mary Ann and Nancy Games, sisters of the groom, serving as the bridesmaids. Best man was Michael Carnes, Duncan, Okla., cousin of the groom. Grooms- m«n were Paul Nelson, Hopkins, Minn., and Gerry Whittemore, brother of the bride. Debra Nelson, daughter of the Warren Nelsons, Algona, was flower girl. Dave Hile, Robbinsdale, Minn., and Kahlil Naklch, Aorra, Israel, served as ushers. Mrs. V. K. Rising, Algona, was organist. A reception was held at the Algona country club after the wedding. Rebecca Powers, Galva, HI., had the guest book. Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mrs. Donald Armstrong served punch. Mrs. Beatrice; three sons, Oliver, of MarshaUtown, Wilfred and Raymond, Fenton; and a daughter, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Webster City. Four brothers and a sister also survive. They are Arthur, of Mason City, Fred, Charles City, Ralph, Ames, Albert, Sawyer, Mich., and Mrs. Sarah Ortmeyer, Charles City. There are eight grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. Pallbearers Were Melvin Weisbrod, Robert Weisbrod, Morris Weisbrod, Lester Weisbrod, Lyle Newel and Clarence Osborn. the Eldora church, to Ronald LI. Hoyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boyer, of Union ville, The double ring ceremony was conducted by tne Rev. J. *. Perry. A reception was held in the church social room alter the ceremony. Alter a brief wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Boyer will live in Missouri where tne tormer is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood. Mr. Trout was park oilicer At Ambrose Call state park prior to the coming here of Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt. Mr. Trout has charge of the Wapello state park at Urakesville. M. Norton, grammarian, Cassct, and timekeeper is Finn. A number of timely topics Were (Us- cussed at the last meeting. The dub is anxious tor new members and better attendance. W6D 65 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven observed tneir sixty-tilth wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 4 ana a potiucK dinner was neld in the Methodist dining, room lor the immediate ianuly and a lew irlends. An interesting feature was tne display ot dolls dressea in the penou of the various weddings and presented to itie couple. A replica ot tne wed' ding garments 01 the honorees was 01 great interest, MARRIID M YBARS lto.6 fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ruftis Und- iofst was observed at a dinner Sept, 4 it which only relatives were guests. ICNIC IS DATED Members of the Presbyterian church'at Irvington will hold a >icnic Sunday at the Ambrose Call state park. DIE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Edith Buchanan will be hostess to her Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 7th, David Smith Hemmingsen and Mrs. Donald poured coffee while Mrs. Gerald B. Whittemore, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Don White, Clear Lake, cut cake. Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Nel- Engaged Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lavicky, Seward, Neb., announce iihe engagement of their daughter Donna to Bob Riohtsmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier, Wesley. She is a graduate from St. Elizabeth school of .nursing in Lincoln, Neb. He is a student at the university of Nebraska in Lincoln. A Novem- son, Algona, were host and hos-' ber 26 wedding is planned, tess: Waitresses included Becky Hemmingsen, Barbara Knudson and Connie Derbyshire. Out of town guests were from: Bonn, Germany; Acrra, Israel; Chicago, 111.; Minneapolis, Robbinsdale, Richfield, Hobkins, Bloomington, St. James, Minn.; Galva, 111.; Duncan, Okla.; Fort Dodge; Aberdeen, S. D.; Clear Lake and Spencer. The bride has a B. A. degree in English from the University of Iowa, and the groom has a B, A. degree in history from St. John's University. After a trip to Cape Cod, Mas sachusetts, they are at home al Quonset Point, R. I., where she will teach and he will begin graduate studies at Brown Uni versity. Photo by Poundstone SWIMMER — 17-year old Sue Kliebenstein of Iowa Falls has earned 17 state swimming records doing it all in just four years. Sue's accomplishments are more remarkable in that she has overcome three childhood bouts with paralysis. WED 50 YEARS The 50th wedding anniversary of the Rufus Lindhorsts Was leld in the home of the Jim jindhorsts, Algona, on Sunday, Sept. 4. The following were din- ler guests for the occasion: Margaret Ewold, Myrna, Lyn, Craig, Jim and Janie Ewold, Whittemore; the Bill Lindhorsts and Debbie, Iowa City; the Ken Lind- lorsts, Shari and Joey, lona; the form Christensens, Lori and Jim, rreat Lakes; the Norman Bakers, Algona; and the Jim Lind- horsts, Rhonda and Timothy, of Algona. Others who attended the anniversary later in the afternoon were the Q. A. Bjustroms, the Albert Olsons and the John Alkes. A phone call was received from the daughter, Mrs. Francis Platt, Ontario, Calif. WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig entertained at a dinner at their new home at 207 S. Colby Sunday, Sept. 4, for their silver wedding anniversary. They were assisted by their children: Mr. and Mrs. James Thilges, West Bend; BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Carrie Durant, who is a resident of the Good Samaritan home was 88 years old Sept. 1 and a group of friends met there to offer good wishes. Refreshments were served and gifts received. Harold Hutchins had wirtten a tribute to her which was read by Rev. Frank Harcey. Miss Durant has a host of friends and her many years of teaching nave given her wide acquaint ance with the young folks who recall her exceptional ability and feel privileged in having known her. BINGO PARTY HELD Thirty residents of the Kossuth county home were entertained at a Bingo party August 24 under the supervision of Mrs. Anne Presthus. Refreshments provided by the girls assisting after singing of hymns, readings and Bingo. The Cresco Chums have assisted Mrs. Presthus with parties at two Good Samaritan homes with the auxiliary parties Members are Gloria, daughter of the Clarence Canadays, Mar da, Debbie and Rhonda, daught ers of the Ronald Sabins, Mary daughter of the Kenneth Roeth lers, and Becky danghter of the Robert Buschers. HUISINOAS 25TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Harm A. Huisinga, 'litonka, will have open aouse at tneir home Irom 2 to a p.m. and nom 7 to 9 p.m. t»un- uay, Sept. 11, tor tneir 2otn wedding anniversary, friends and relatives are invited, and no invitations are being sent. Mr. and Mrs. Huisinga were married at the little brown cnurcn, iNas- nua, Sept. 11, 1941. She is the former Esther Tapper. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allen anc hree daughters attended the •vedding Sunday at Burt of Du ne Geoicin, brother of Mrs. All en, and Janet Black at 2:30 in ne Methodist church. A recept on was held following the cere nony. The couple will be at home in Ames wnere Mr. Gebkin il continue his studies at tne university and Mrs. Gebfcin is employed. TM CLUB TO MEET A meeting of the TM club wil be held Monday. Presiding TTV1 is Don Henimingson. Preparec speakers are Leaneagh, Mikt Smith, Bode, and Schubbe. Gen era! evaluator is Steele assiste< by James, Vander Waal, Given and Ted Smith. Topicmaster is PLAN BRIDGE GAMES Meetings have been held discuss plans for the St. Ann Auxiliary bridge games to b aranged for the foiio.wing year Anyoiie wishing to join will b welcomed and it is requester ;hey contact Mrs. John Snere o Mrs. Phil Diamond before Sept 10 so the year's schedule can be printed. CANASTA MEETS Mrs. Hazel Vera entertained icr Canasta foursome Thursday evening. Mr*. Gordon Kuhn Hat fowl word of the death of her ssttffj Mrs. Rose Blgelow, 83, of lima, Ohio. Fuiierai service* W«i* MA Saturday, August 27 at lift*, "MlekV Irptldlrtf i> Itevtnf the middle of the month fof Foil Dodge where she will afc tend a school of nursing. Mr, and Mr*, Mitch Ttylor have taken their daughter Linn to Tempe, Ariz., where she will enter the university as a fresh* man. They will also visit With Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gross, bfO* ther-in-law and sister of Mrs. Taylor. 500 CLUB MEETS Mrs. Harold Hobson was hostess to 'her 500 club Wednesday evening. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Chamber urges a cheek of offers The Algona Chamber of Commerce alerts business and professional people who are receiving what looks like a billing for a listing in,a classified directory from a company with a California address. This is actually a solicitation and not a bill, invoice, or renewal. Rsad all solicitation forms carefully, including all the fine print. Check with proper officials in your company before payment. Ask to see the previ ous issue of the directory. Many thousands of dollars are wasted each year by business concerns for listings in fake or worthless directories. WE ARE NOW Fertilizing Soil Bank acres! -H-H-KM H M 11 IMIM'M I' ;; CALL US FOR YOUR ; I! FERTILIZER NEEDSI ! I"H"H I H I 1 1 1 III I I I' Algona Flour and Feed Co. Algona Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE PROMINENT CALLER HERE The Algona Promenaders will be hosts to their first national caller Monday, Sept. 12, at the VFW hall. Mr. Frannie Heintz of Monson, Mass., will begin calling at 8:30 p.m. All square dancers and spectators are welcome. ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt attended a I-Iesrdt family reun ion held Sunday, August 28 at Madeira, Minn. Forty-live guests were present from Illinois, South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota. DAU REUNION A Dau family reunion was held Sunday at the Kossuth Co Floral hall with 62 in attendance Some came from Minnesota, oth ers were from various points. The Lester Larsons and Ed munci Otises spent Wednesday and Thursday at Vacation Village, Spirit Lake. The Lester Larsons attended he funeral of a cousin, Sylvina Nodland, 61, in the Lutheran church at Frost, Minn., Saturday She had been bedfast for 30 years. Paul Pfeffer, law student at Iowa City, spent the Labor day weekend with his mother Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer. The Arvin Larsons attended the wedding of Katherine Schu herd and Harold Huisinga at the Methodist church in Britt Sat urday. The Arvin Larsons joined a large group of relatives for a picnic ait Clear Lake Sunday, especially for the John Fox family, of Wisconsin, who had come for the wedding. "THE THING" — Pete Franks of Manchester, aged 76, working on>and off for a month this sum to a snowplow. 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