The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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Burt-Lone Rock Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Cherland, Dak. were weekend guests at the ftturtday, Jim* 23, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moln**-§ fflghmore, So. Dak. and Mrs. Elmer Krause home and attended Monitor Mr*, ftuby HlncVUy, N«w» Nancy Fischer Is Wed June 11 At Lone Rock Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Dean Andrews home were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Struthers and Kathy, Oakdale, Mr. and Mrs. John Knowllng and family, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Struthers and family, Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande. Baby Kent Andrew Harms was received Into the Methodist church through baptism on Sunday. Dinner guests in his honor at the parental Andrew Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, David, Mary and Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Roege- moeller, Fairmont and Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis, Jimmy and Carol Beth, Hayward, Calif., arrived the past week for a visit with her father, H. E. Rachut and with her sister and family, the Ed Smiths Jr. Mr. Davis left to attend National Guard Camp and his wife and family remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Davis is the former Stella Rachut. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susie spent Saturday p.m and evening fishing in the Clear Lake and Ventura area. They enjoyed a picnic supper at Mclntosh Woods State Park. Mrs. Lawrence Doege entertained members of "The Jolly Ten" at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Reimers, Ricky and Kathy, Brigham City, Utah arrived Sunday night for a two weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. Anne Reimers, His sister and family the, Howard Battsand with his brothers Don, Burt and LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock Presbyterian church was the setting for the wedding of Nancy Ann Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock, wh8;:b|paine the bride 61 Bill Sheiton^soh of,Mr. and. Mrs. Gleston Shelton, Webster City, June 11 at 3 p.m. The double ring ceremony was preformed by Rev. Albert Bullock. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Larry Menz, best man was Wayne Deakman, ushers were Larry Menz, Larry Johanneson, Robert Fortney »"'' 'Heve Fischer. Mrs. Mi- . iladison was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Jones. The candle lighter was the bride's brother Steve Fischer. The bride made her own gown. A reception for 200 was held immediately following the ceremony with punch being served under a big umbrella on the church lawn and lunch was served in the church parlors with Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Willis Cotton hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Faulkner was in charge of the guest book, Mrs. ThelmaAlofson served the punch and Mrs. Henry Angell poured coffee. Mrs. Wm Flinn, Jr. cut the cake and Mrs. Robert Jewell served the cake. Waitresses were Mrs. Raymond Neswald, Mrs. Gerald Erpeldlng, Mrs. Lyle Seiser, Marjorie Johnson and Marilyn Bellinger. The Nancy Circle was in charge of serving. The couple left for a week's honeymoon in northern Minn, and will be at home on a farm south of Webster City. The new Mrs. Shelton is a graduate of S, U, I at Iowa City and will continue teaching music at Northwest Webster School at Barnum. The groom is presently employed at Woodard Feed of Webster City. (Kirkham Photo) Duane Hinekley arrived home Saturday from Chicago where he spent the past two weeks attending an Insurance Training School, for the Combined Insurance Co, of America. Sunday guests at the Kirby Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen, Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen! Greattineer, Iowa. The Smiths left on Tuesday for an extended .stay at their cottage at Templars Park Okoboji, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer accompanied by their house guest, Mr. and Mrs, LoweU Erickson, Marcus, la. spent Sun* day at Northfleld, Minn, where they attended the 25th Anniversary in Ministry observance for Rev. Seig Schroeder, a brother- in-law, The three ladies are sisters. Harold, Humbold and families. They are also visiting Mrs. Riemers parents, the "Butch" Qaums, Rake. Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Fenton called on Burt friends on Thursday. She was a supper guest at the home of Locetta Waltman. Mrs. Dean Andrews accompanied "Mr. and Mrs. L. ktUter, Algona to Des Monies'on Friday where she attended the Republican Convention as a delegates from Kossuth County, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent the weekend with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Souix City, 175 At Silver Wedding For • Odey Cherlands BURT - An Open House honoring the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland was held Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, with over 175 relatives and friends registered by Phyllis Cherland. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Mrs. Albert Bleich pinned the corsages presented' Mr. & Mrs. Cherland by their niece and nephews. In charge of the gifts were Sharon Krause and Evelyn Cherland. Dipping punch were Janet Cherland and Cheryl Krause. Mr. Frank Root, Blair, Neb. presided at the coffee servipe. The beautifully decorated anniversary cake was cut and served by Mrs. Vernon Gronfar, Shakopee, Minn, and Mrs. Elmer Krause - Fenton. Mrs. Werner Stuecker, Algona was chairman of the tea,table. Waitresses, nieces and nephews of the couple, Melba Krause, Marilyn Cherland, Kathy Bergum, Becky Jensen, David Krause and Steve Cherland. A short program held at 2:30 p.m. was presented by, Robert Long, Marilyn Cherland, Sharon Krause, Evelyne Cherland, Melba Krause, Cheryl Krause; Mrs. Ted Jensen and a vocal solo "How Great Thou Art" by Audrey Bergum. A prayer appropriate the occasion was given by Janet Cherland and Phyllis Cherland gave meditations for' the day. Mrs. Frank Long was program chairman and Judy Kraft was pianist, Kitchen Hostesess were Mesdames Lyle Marlow, Ted Jensen, Art Bergum, Art Person, Henry Jensen, Gerald Solduberg. Lucille Bleich and Odey Cherland were married at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt by the late Rev, L. Richman, June 1, 1941. They started "from scratch' and built up the farm where they still reside, Their attendants, all present at the open bouse! Mr, and Mrs, Vernon Gromfar, Shakopee, Amey Cherland and Mrs. Elmer Krause. Mr. and Mrs, Cherland were hosts to about 40 relatives and dinner at St. John's church on Sunday, Jn honor of their anniversary. Assisting in the preparing and serving the dinner were Mrs. Floyd Kolpke, Mrs. Art Leek and Mrs. Frank Long. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eu Claire Meyer and Mrs. Ella Meyer attend the wedding of their nephew and cousin, Russell Meyer to Miss Gladys Thul at the St. Joe Catholic Church on Saturday, SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types BLAST- JACKETS SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS S:..'RTS Shiplers JACKETS DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa You can count on us for expert service for .all . car,, truck and tractor Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt <I«CW.INC. PLYWOOD AT BIG SAVINGS We always have a full line of quality plywoods, sized to fit your building needs. BURT CO-OP LUMBER DEPT. NEW GREETINGS CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS — We also have a new line of gifts — • BATMAN T-SHIRTS • CANNON TOWELS • TRANSISTOR RADIOS •CLOCKS — all new — LADIES AND GIRLS NiW SPORTSWEAR at the lowest prices anywhere USED ELECTRIC GUITAR AND AMPLIFIER, very reasonable. tft•t*»***«*9*i*ttt*tt9t*t***t*t••••*§•* Hours: 10 • 5 daily; Saturday 7 • 9. JO ANN'S USED CLOTHING Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3253 niversary Open House on Sunday. FROM TWINS TO SOX Suzy Stroute, wife of Burfs football coach, gave him a set of twins for Father s ay and he'* realty proud. The oddt are 8 to 5 that next year Coach Stroute will get a pair of sex for Dad's Day ... CHOICE MEffTC— MINCED HAM Lb. 39* WILSON'S WEINERS with SKINS 69 WATERMELONS gOC <*•' ""*«.., - %** HARDWOOD CHARCOAL 10 Ibs. All Flavors BORDEN'S ICE CREAM Gal. 79° FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 1139 SHOESTRING POTATOES Can PORK & BEANS 5 No. 303 $ cans LOO MONARCH SOUP Can 10 Swansdown JP% ^^/* Angel Food Cake Mix box oV v Robin Hood FLOUR 5 Lbs. 49$ PRUNES 2 i 49 Mandalay PINEAPPLE Can 1O C PEAS New Pack Tender Stock Up Sale 5 No. 303 cans Ten Penny BISCUIT MIX -10 Hershey's CHOCOLATE CHIPS - 19 iBHHBP ^^^J^^BB^^ ^^^BBBP^^ HBUP^^H^", (^w^^^^^^^ ^^^BBM^^^ Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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