Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
Page 10
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5-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE M6NDAY, SEPT. Ledyard girl married Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Moen are now at home at 3314 Birch Street, LaGrosse, Wis., after their recent honeymoon in California. Their's was. a summer wedding at.Our Saviour's Lutheran church in LaCrosse with Rev. Roland Schwandt officiating. Mrs. Moan, formerly Gr etch en Looft, is the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft, of Ledyard. She is a graduate of ths Ledyard .Community school and Luther college at Decorah, then taught languages in the Neenah, Wis., high school. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Moen of LaCrosse. He is also a graduate of Luther college and is now an assistant general manager of the Moon Photo Service at LaCroSse. Many relatives and friends from Kossuth county attended • the wedding of the couple. Others came from Canada, Minnesota New York,' Illinois and Wisconsin. Ledyard reception for Simonsmeier Ledyard — A reception will be held at the American Legion Hall at Ledyard, Saturday, Sept 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. for the new ly elected Eighth District Presi dent, Mrs. Gus Simonsmeier. Al Auxiliary members are invited to attend this reception. Shower for Carol Kemna at Ottosen ptteseri—Carol Kemna was honored at a bridal shower Saturday night at the Commercial club building; Mrs. Oliver Lee introduced the honored guest, her mother, Mrs. Edward Kemna, and the mcther of her fiance, Mrs. Melvin , Roupe of West Bend. These three were all given yellow mum corsages, the bride's colors being yellow and green. Virginia Kemna sat at the guest book where about 75 were registered. Mrs. L°<Roy Worby gave a reading. Mrs. Richard Kinseth sang "Till the End of Time," and Mrs. H. Peter Mertz gave a read- "g- Helping Carol with her gifts were Mrs. Victor Jergens, Marlys Kemna, Sherry and Lisa Roupe and Mary Mertz. After Carol's "Thank You," a lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mrs. DeVere Newton, Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mrs. Clarence Bauer, Mrs. Percy Watn&m, Mrs. Eugene. Hofius, Mrs, , Raymond W&hrspann, Mrs. Allan Wehr spann, Mrs. H. Peter ;Mertz and Mrs. Donald Usher of Ottosen, Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland, Mrs. John Mersch of Gilmore City, Mrs. Edward Mersch of Hardy. Mrs. Matt Mersch and Mrs. Nick Mersch of Eagle Grove. since wifh a. frartilrecl small bone in the left leg, an injured hand, bruises, facial cuts and'he is wearing a neck brace. He is expecting to be released from the hospital soon. Mrs., Cooper will also visit at the Clyde Cooper home at Stewartville, Mo., before returning home in a week. The American Lutheran church women mat Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Thompson as hostess. She also read the scripture. Mrs. Richard Kinseth was in charge of the program. It was decided to serve at the Market Day sale and to have a bazaar in October. The United Presbyterian church women met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Essie Cooper as hostess. She also read from the "Concern," and Mrs. Ralph Richards gave the lesson. Allan Watnem, Paul Kampan, Verne Waechter and Percy Wat- nem attended the Agora ma at Jefferson Thursday and Friday. Bargains of Bode plan 5Qih wedding anniversary Sept. 25 Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum of the Bode area \vill celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with open house at St. Olaf Lutheran church Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25 from 2 to 5. Hosting the occasion are their daughters, Mrs. Don Pitman, (Lorraine) of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mrs. Keith Bryant (Donna) of dementi, Calif., Mrs. Ray? mond Holland (Francis) of Humboldt, and Mrs. Charlotte Bjorn- eon of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Bergum were married at the farm home of the bride's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Olson. Mrs. Bergum is tha. former Alvina Olson. Mrs. Leo Holland of Rutland is the only living member of the wedding party. The Belgians have termed all Pflibsen and Martin tlteir married life on the farm families. Where they How live. Mr. Ber- gurrt was born in Bode, and'mov- ed to this farm when he was two years old. Mr. and Mrs. Bergum are members of St. Olaf Lutheran church. Miss .Peggy .Olson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Orren Olson of Bode, is now enrolled as a freshman student at St. Olaf college in Ndrthfield, Minn. Miss Olson is a 1966 graduate of Twin Rivers high school. Mrs. Clarence Smith attended the funeral of Mrs. Gerald, Smith's grandmother in Lynxville, Wis., Sunday. Her daughter, Mrs. Don Roths of Charles City, accompanied her to Lynxville. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pflibsen of Zumbrota, Minn., spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ben Pflibsen. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Pfilbsen were the Donald Byron Pflibsen, nifie-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gaftnori Pflibsen, received a concussion in a 30-foot fall frdtti a tree house at his home Sunday, afternoon. He is recovering satisfacr torily at Lutheran hospital. Byron is a fourth grade student at Ottosen. Mrs. Wilbur Johnson is a patient at Methodist hospital in Des Moines where she is undergoing tests for possible back slif • gery. Mrs. Blanche Christiansen of Hubbard is staying at the Johnson home and caring for her grandchildren. Museum Audubon County Museum located in Exira was dedicated Sept. 5. The historical museum which has been open since last May has drawn visitors from Out of state as well as all parts of Iowa. Over 700 registered on opening day. Pflibsen •••••••••••••••'•••***** SERVICEMEN AREA MEN S.n Ditgo, Calif Sept. 6 — Seainon Recruit Tet- rence L. Wa^ OSN. son of Mr, Mid Mrs. W. Wag, , ner, and Seaman Recruit frank lin T. Heiften, USN, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman A, Heinen, all of Algona; and Seaman Recruit George G. Vitzthum, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Vitfc- thum of Irvington, have been graduated from nine weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. GREG DUNCAN Sin Diego, Call*. (FHTNO — Sept i — Seaman Recruit Greg B. Duncan, OSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvi'lle H. Duncan, 1120 E. McGregor, Algona, Iowa, is un- dergoifig nine weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center here. Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiim OPL OF Mrs. Calara Spurlock of Sutherland accompanied Mrs. Essie Cooper to Cameron, Mo., Monday where they visited at the Ralph Cooper home. Mr. Cooper was badly injured recently when the tractor he was driving in the pasture, hit a rut, throwing him off. 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