Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 26, 1966
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OF AIGONA MONDAY, Sf f»T, «, 19M ALOONA (i«*i) AOVANCI-S BY MCM.LY M«<DONALD Catherine Bleich married ;> Catherine .Ann Bleich, daughter of Mrs. Ann Bleich and the late Martin Bleich, Algona, and Eric John Bartleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartleson, Forest City, were married Saturday, Sept. 10 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona with Rev. Russell M. Bleich, Ossian, brother of the bride, officiating in the double ring .ceremony. Joan Homan, Rochester, Minn., was maid of honor and Patty Bosch, Whittemore, niece of the bride, and Pamela F'aber, Rochester, bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Ted Overlie with Glen Mitdho, Scarsdale, N. Y. and Mark Bartleson, Forest City, brother of the groom, as groomsmen. Ruth Be"sch, niecs of the bride, was flower girl. Serving as t the bride's personal attendants' were Mrs. Lawrence Besch, Whittemore, sister of the br.de, Mrs. James Dahl and Sue Wendt, bo>Lh of Rochester, Minn. Ushers were Paul Hyland, Leo Durant, Forest City, and Jim Ostley, Cedar Falls, and Craig Roslein, Kensett, fa. Stephen, and David Besch, by John Hamilton, Bill Obrecht, Rae Ann Kcllasch and Barb Winkel as soloist. Mary Hamilton was organist. A reception and dinner was held at the V.F.W. hall after the wedding. Ruth Bartleson, sister of the groom, was at the guest book. Mrs. Conrad Bartelson and Mrs. Ann Carman, aunts of the bride and groom, cut the wedding cake. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Brien, cousins of the bride, Mrs. Carroll Gustafson and Mrs. acphews acolytes. of the bride, were A nuptial high mass was sung Duane Blau, cousins of the bride and groom, poured punch. Mrs. Carroll Hanson, Elaine Bartleson, Linda Ssiler, Mary Margaret Seller and Rita Delbler opened gifts. Waitresses were nursing friends and cousins of the bride. The bride is a graduate of the Forest City high school and the Rochester School of Practioa Nursing, Rochester, Minn. She will be nursing 'at Fairview Southdale hospital, Minneapolis Minn. The groom is a gradual of. Forest City high school ant Waldorf College and is a se>nio at Mankato State College, Man kato, Minn. He will bu studen teaching in Minneapolis whcr they will make their home. Jant Rente, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delano Grimm, was baptised at St. Cecelia church Sunday, Sept. 11. Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Bode, and Edward Grimm, Ottosen, were the baby's godparents. Following the baptism, Mr. and Mrs. Grimm entertained the sponsors at, dinner. The Grimm's have two other children, Joan, 4, and Cindy, 3. Mr§. Dean Parrett arrived home Tuesday from Mystic, la., where she had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Gilbert Porter, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Howe have named their new d.r 1 ".'^ usa. Ann. She was born Sept. 9 at St. Ann hospital, and i u ui>v. couple's first child. Mrs. Dean Parrott and daugh ter Marne spent two days in Iowa City recently. Dr. and Mrs. John Schuttar drove to Mt. Vernon last week Wednesday with their son John nd their houseguest Liz Moore f Denver. John Jr., began his enior year at Cornell where he is majoring in math and physics Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook lave named their new son Scot Arthur. He was born Sept. 18 ,t St. Ann hopsital, and joins wo sisters. Everett Grosser went to. Iowa 'ity last week Monday tor eye urgery. Mrs. John Kenefiek and Mrs. George Sefrit drove to Mason :ity last Tuesday to meet Mrs. Joe Lowe's plane. Mrs. Lowe Dunn of Mt. Pleasant, la. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lots of Bremerton, Wash., were in Algona for four days last week visiting relatives and friends in the area. Ray Punk spent last week Sunday at Spirit Lake fishing, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shorn- way returned home Tuesday from a months trip East where hey visited their daughter and icr husband, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Howe of Hamden, Conn. The Shumways took their granddaughter Becky Howe East with them. Sine had been visiting here for a few weeks while her parents moved into their new home. Mr. Howe is on the faculty of Yale University. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson spent a weekend in Des Moines recently. They spent some time at a furniture mart while there Dr. LeRoy Strohman attended the American Society of-Dentistry for Children meeting at Minneapolis last week Thursday. The meeting we* held at the Mayo auditorium on the University of Minnesota campus. Four Sentral men get lifetime passes Boy Scouts hold camporee in Irvington area Irvington — The Roney timber just north of Irvington, was the scene of a Boy Scout cam- pcree Sept. 16-17 and 18 with about 100 Scouts, scoutmasters and some guests in attendance. All the activities were within that particular 40 acres, except for the mile Scout Pace. A high point was the Saturday night campfire when the Oneota Indian dancers from troop 72, Humboldt, put on a demonstration. Troops participating and their scoutmaster were: Humboldt, Fred Hull; Pocahontas, Byron Padouska; Burt, Harley Troutman Jr.; Lakota, Mr. Nelson; Dakota City, Orin Nelson; Algona troop 70, Dick Beisell, assistant Guy Giddings; Algona troop 71, Roy Burtis. Others on hand were Dave Evans, Algona, district executive; Tom Lueken, Humboldt, oamp- oree chairma'n; Bill Giddings, of Burt,- pioneering demonstration; and Jerry Thuente, Algona, cochairman. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischen of this area, and Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Muller, Wilmington, 111., left Thursday, Sept. 15, for Lake of the Woods at Baudette, Minn., to spend a few days fishing. The families plan to return home on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, left Tuesday, Sept. 13, for Britt where she spent a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pearce of Britt. Mrs. Charles Colwell, St. Benedict, went to Britt Tuesday the 20th and brought Mrs. Colwell home. Callers at the Robert Skilling home Sunday were Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, Livennore, and Wayne - Jones; Burt. The couple then went to Algona, where they vis ite<d Mrs. Stiltz's father, Ray the Good Samaritan the weekend at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Strom, Lylc Johnson and daughter, Lavaye, all of Lake Park, Minn., left for home Sunday afternoon. They had come here to attend the Larson-Johnson farm sale and spent the rest of the time with Mrs. Hazel Sabin. Also here to attend the sale were Will Johnson, Hitterdal, Minn., and Milford Larson of Lake Park, Minn. They will not return home until later this week. was returning from a European trip. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Wyatt had as afternoon callers recently Mr. Wyatt's nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rasmussen of Zearing, la. Recent visitors at the W. B MacDonald home were Mr. anc Mrs. Gilbert Knudson and John B. Kelly, all of Emmetsburg. Dr. and Mrs. John Schuttar and Peg drove to Iowa City las week Friday where Peg is a freshman at the university. Sh< is in pre-medicine. Mr. ahd-Mr.s. 'K,'T.. Peirc.e.hai as their guest last week thei three-y ear-old granddaughtei Cathy Peirce, of Waterloo. Sh s the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s ieorge Peirce. Dr. end Mrs. Don Kingfield nd Jennifer spent last weeken isiting tiheir families in Wai Lake and Sac City. Mrs. King 'ield's parents are Mr. and Mrs loward Brotherton oc Wai Lake, and Dr. Kingfiold's par tnts are Mr. and Mrs. William Kingfield, Sac City. Mrs. Sabin had the Minnesota group, the Harold Siabins, the Ronald Sabins and the Geo. McVays at a family dinner Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Verl Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Clarence Canaday and Mrs. Mar- Ex-Lakota area resident dies at Buffalo Center Lakota — Funeral services were held Monday afternoon a he First Reformed church in Buffalo Center Bersohman, 76, for Mrs. Heyi who died Fri West Bend girl weds NANCY LEE CLEAL, daughter of Mrs. Richard deal, West Bend, was married to Gerald M. Sommers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Sommers, Cedar Rapids, Aug. 14 at the Peace Lutheran church at West Bend with Rev. W. C. Ostermeier officiating. Suzi Sommers, Cedar Rapids, was maid of honor and Robert Sommers, Cedar Rapids, was best man. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. The bride attended Emmetsburg junior college and A. I. B. in Des Moines and has been employed at the Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids the past year. The groom is in the Air Force and the couple will be at home at San \ngelo, Texas, where he is stationed. Lone Reck — Sentral Community School Board Met at it* regular monthly meeting Moft* day evening, Sept. 10. This Wa* a reorganizational meeting after the recent election. Robert Portney was sworn in s a new member and Mr. Rob' rt Schmidt elected president The new board reviewed the report of the auditor. The board decided to give former board members who have served at least two terms a life ime pass for the board member ind his wife to all Sentral ac- ivities. There are four men who will receive this life time* pass, jawrence Newbrough, Robert lanna, Willard Menz and Verl Smith. It was also decided to purchase a 35 MM camera for the school, this camera will be used ,o take pictures for the annual. Bids have been taken for fuel oil for the Lone Rock and the high school buildings. The board accepted the bid of the Sun Ray DX Oil Co. for number 2 fuel at 10.157 cents per gallon and the bid of the Farm Service Co. for LP gas at 11.9 cents per gallon. Robert Rice, who is principal at the Sentral high school, building, will be the coach for the Sentral boys track team. Don Blanchard, who is to be the girls basketball coach, will also coach the girls track-team! Mr. Thatcher, who is:the physical education teacher at Sentral, will be the assistant basketball coach. in honor of the birthday Af Mil Erich tint Jensen, Other gu«tt fctfc cnt were Mrs. John Flynn of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Roy «' Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs Scegebarth, Mrs. A. A. Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mrs. Milford MitcheU.; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson attended the Rural Iowa Indefcn* dent Telephone Association, annual meeting at Des Moiitea on Monday and Tuesday Of this week. The main speaker for the meeting was Mr. William P. Rti- ey, who is associated with the RE A. staff in Washington, D. C. day at her home in Buffalo Cen ter. ..* Mrs. Berschman was born on April 18, 1890, at Springfield* III., and came to Buffalo Center with her parents. She was the former Flora Schafer. She .was united in marriage to Heye Berschman of Lakota 1917 at Buffalo Center'and they? lived in the Lakota area their one til about 12 years ago. Survivors include her band, four children: Mr. 'hus- Don garet Kent attended the Clay County Fair, Friday. Callers at the Charles Reaper home Sunday were Mrs. Reaper's brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mullin of Kanawha. Clarence Canaday and family and Mrs. Margaret Kent and family were Sunday evening guests at the Lawrence Miller's the occasion being David Mil ler's llth birthday. Roy Blythe, Wahkon, Minn- honed friends here Sunday vening and reported that Mrs. ilythe was in the Onamia, Minn, lospital recovering from a fall ,vhich she had recently. Only a 'ew weeks ago Mrs. Blythe was n the hospital suffering from gall bladder trouble. They formerly lived at Irvington. Mrs. Charles Reaper and Mrs. .eonard Hansen, of Irvington, drove to Story City Tuesday to visit Mrs. Reaper's sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Larsen, who is in the hospital there. Mrs. Larsen is a resident of Roland. Slapsr elected as Lakota school head -Fitch-at home. Mrs. Violet Walker, Algona was a caller Sunday at the home of her son, the Durwood Walke family, Irvington. Wayne Patterson, student a junior college, Mason City, spen Lakota — The re-organization of the board was held Thursday evening at the school along with the installation of the new directors. Albert E. Sieper was elected president for the following year, Edwin Naumann am James Meurer were also install ed as board members. Other board members include Michae Christ. Jr., from 1965-68; Ray Hertzke from 1964-67 and Car Gerzeraa. who remains treasure from 1965-67. Attending a meeting of the North Iowa Rock Club at Mason City Sept. 15 were Mr. and Mrs. William K. Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomplun, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh, Mr. and Mrs, John Hayes and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barlett returned home Tuesday from a district Kiwanis convention in Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison arrived home Tuesday from California where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll of San Jose, and Mr, and Mrs. Mell Peterson of Los Angeles. Mrs. Hutchison was on the West Coast about three weeks. Mrs. Les Kenyon and Caro took another daughter, Pat, to Mankato Tuesday where she be gan her junior year at Mankato State. Kathy Hatch, daughter of the Duane Jensens, will arrive home iext weekend for Algona high chool's homecoming. Kathy is a reshman at Morningside College n Sioux City. Dr, and Mrs. Don Kingfield tvere visited recently by Mrs. {.ingfield's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jungk of Ames. Mr. Jungk was guest speaker at the Rotary uncheon. He is associated with ,he Iowa State University extension program in food technology. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen returned home recently from a ;wo-week trip through the northern U. S. and Canada. They vis .ted Niagara Falls, Mackinac Island, and spent four days with thedr son and his family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen and Lisa of Lansing, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit Clapper (Ruth) and Jos, both of •Lakota, John of Buffalo Center and Kathryn Newell of Sioux Center, la.; 12 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren arid 2 sisters, both of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Henry Nerdig and Mrs. Nels Swanson. Class officers at Bancroft are elected Bancroft — St. Johns high school held election of officers on Thursday with the following Ex-West Bend woman, 29, dies at Ft. candidates elected: Seniors: president, John Stork; vice president, Chuck Farrow; secretary, Bridget Quinn and treasurer, Mary Lou Vaske. Moderator, Sister Mary James. Juniors: president, Terry Carpenter; vice president, Geraldine Wilhelmi; secretary, Sharon Lampe and treasurer, Nadine McCleish. Class Moderator, Sister Mary Thoma. Sophomores: president, Jo Ann Bernhard; vice president, Terry chrandt; secretary, Gail Ann Vlarlow and treasurer, Michael Murray. Class Moderator, Sister Mary Marcine. Freshmen: president, Patrick Fox; vice president, Dave Wollner; secretary, Darlene Hatten and treasurer, Cletus Nurre. 31ass Moderators, Sister Mary Rosaire and Sister Rose Marie. Bancroft youth to Italy for 4 years of study West Bend — Funeral services were held at Holy Rosary church at Fort Dodge, Tuesday, Sept 20 for Mrs. Ida Berte, who died lt%rercy---irospita-lr Fort Dodga Sept. 18 after a long illness. Ida E. Wagner was born June 30 1937 near Mallard to Emma Krischel and John Wagner, now of West Bend. Ida graduated from West Benc -high school with the class of 1955, and was married June 23 1959 to Joseph Berte of St. Joe They lived at Fort Dodge where Mr. Berte is employed since their marriage. She is survived by her hus band, parents, two sisters, Mrs. Beraice Rohouit, Jefferson and Mrs, Maxine McGary, Maryville, Mo., and a brother, Paul of West Bend, 10 nephews and three nieces. Pallbearers were Duane Ro- houit, Jr., Jefferson, Dale Wagner, Storm Lake, Pat Cox, Fort Dodge, Francis and Alfred Berte and Cyril Thilges, all of St. Joe. Burial was in Corpus Christ! cemetery at Fort Dodge. if Webster City and Mrs. Milred Hanifan of Humboldt were Saturday morning callers at the fired Kampen home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Mrs. Robert Naeve of Santa Ana, Calif, visited Robert Naeve at Lutheran hospital Friday af .ernoon. A picnic dinner was enjoyec Sunday at the Olvin Haug home Attending were Mr. and Mrs James Barber and family o West Band, Mrs. Robert Naev of Santa Ana, Calif., Mr. anc Mrs,,,OUyer - Kinseth and Mr,. an Mrs."'"Uic'liard"Kinseth and fam iiy. Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn o Orlando, Fla. and Mrs. Maud Blanohard of Lone Rock, wer Sunday dinner guests at th Ohestsr Alme home. Mrs. Willis Cotton entertained n her home Monday afternoon Mr. Olson is the Lone Rock Coop Telephone Co. manager. Mrs. Albert Bullock and Mrs. Ed Blanchard of Lone Rock at* tended the North Central Iowa Presbyterial Womens Retreat at Blakes Grove Camp at Ackley last Saturday and Sunday. They, attended several meetings and discussion groups during the two day retreat. , Mr; and Mrs. Roy Avery of Mt. Morris, 111. spent Saturday morn-: ihg at the home of Mrs. Mary Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. Avery are former Bancroft residents and friends of Mrs. Genrich., Mrs. Genrich entertained at her home Monday a Stanley party. Mrs. Marcile Hansen of Ringsted was the demonstrator. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton attended a meeting at Storm Lake on Monday, Sept. 19. This meeting was held for Trustees of the Presbyterian Church Camp which is on Lake Okobpji. Mr. Cotton is a trustee for this camp. P & M STONE CO. HUMBOLDT, IOWA ON HAVING INSTALLED THE NEROTRON 2-WAY FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEM. Radio dispatched vehicles will now provide better-than- ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how you can use 2-way radio in your business. Call today for convincing demonstration. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher spent last week Saturday visiting Mrs. Sefrit's aunt, Mrs. Nelson Perry in Colo, la. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefiek returned home last week Sun day evening from their cottage on Big S'andy Lake near McGregor, Minn., where they hax been vacationing for a week. Mr. *nd Mrs. William K. Wy att were visited last week Sun day by Mr. and Mrs. Goorgi — Gene Ulses, son Mrs. Ervin Ulses Bancroft of Mr. and left Thursday from Des Moine: to fly to New York City where he sailed Friday on the S. S Constitution for Rome, Italy. Gene will begin four years o. seminary studies on October 15 at the North American College He will arrive at Naples, Italj on October 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ulses took thedr son to Des Moines where they bid him farewell for four years Largest PAID circulation \ Advertise in the Advance Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wehring, Donald and Kathleen of Des Moines and La Jean Enquist of Madrid were Saturday dinner and supper guests at the Sam Cropf home. Other afternoon ;uests were Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Id Kropf and family of Dakota "ity and Mr. and Mrs. Richarc Cropf and family of Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico were iunday night supper guests at! he home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pentico at Bode. Barbara Lee, and friend Shirey Alquist of Mason City, were Sunday dinner guests at the Vathan Banwart home at West Send. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gress and fiamily of Humboldt were Friday night supper guests at the Pahey Gress home. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Enockson of Ft. Dodge were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Enockson and Mrs. Gunda Enockson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were also Sunday afternoon and evening guests at the Roy Enock Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson of BstherviUe were. Sunday afternoon callers at the Jesse Van Buskirks. • ,. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson and sons were Sunday night supper guests at the John Larson home at Swea City. Mrs. Alvin Mcintosh and Jcri Annual Hosiery Sale Two weeks only— Sept. 26, Oct. 8 Save at least 20%-Buy 6 pairs, save even morel Regular Price * $1~65 Sale Price per pair 6 pair_ $1-32 $770 1.50 1.35 1.15 1.20 7.00 JUHJ- .92 A 3 JL 5.35 SHEAKKEiS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women and Girls"

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