Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
Page 13
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Ajqopq KoHuth (ountv * " "* m^miUHtaiit*ammamsteaimm^mimfiitistlt'-~^r ftn THURSDAY, APRIL M, IMS - ALGONA, IOWA Shower given at Seneca for recent bride Stntca — Marilyn Johannesen Nolander, Milwaukee, Wis. was given a bridal shower Saturday at the Seneca Lutheran church. Guests were registered by Debra. Mrs. Fred Ericksen and Mrs. Ronald Johannesen helped With gilts. Mrs. Ted Jensen had the program with devotions by Mrs. Stanley Hansen, Ringsted. Mrs. Melvin Norland had a surprise number which was a recording of musical selections taped several years ago featuring the honoree on the accor- dian and her aunt, Nina Randa, on the harmonica. A musical selection was by Mrs. Henry Looft as narrator, the Morris Johannesen girls as vocalists, and Mrs. John Johannesen accompanist. Mrs. Melvin Norland poured. Marilyn Johannesen and Jay Nolanaer, both of Milwaukee, were married March 6 at St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. She is a home economics teacher in Milwaukee and he is employed by the Cory Corporation. WIN MUSIC HONORS Thirty-five Sentral school entries' were awarded Division I ratings at the state contest at Armstrong recently, while 16 received Division II ratings. Vocal soloists winning lirsts were Rennae Votteler,- David Peter, Gary Rath, Mary Lou Larsen, Carol Zumach, Nadine Weis- brpd, Rita Luedtke, and Dale El dridge. Receiving 11 ratings were James Jones, Becky Hantelman, David Matthiesen. Instrumental soloists winning firsts were- Rodney Jensen, Kathryn Bierstedt, James Jones, Mary Lou Larsen, James Wiener and Kathryn Ditsworth. Placing second were James Jones, Gary Rath, Dale Eldridge, David Matthiesen, Elaine . Schlei and Cherylv Krause. Golden wedding The Edwin E. Johnsons will have their 50th wedding April 25, with a family dinner at the Johnson House. The Johnsons have six children: Mrs. Maylarid (Marguerite) Brunsvold, Ken- sett; Mrs. Roy (Hazel) Huntley, Estherville; Mrs. Vern (Eunice) Howard, Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Fritz (Maxine) Anderson, Livermore; Ray E. Johnson, Algona; and Ralph D. Johnson, Lodi, Calif. Photo by Glenn's Studio. TO COLLECT COUPONS Blakjer Lutheran Church Women voted to collect coupons and use them to purchase stainless steel silverware lor Holden Village, a Lutheran Retreat located in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. The collection will end June 5. The coupons and necessary cash contributions will be presented to Rev. Carroll Hinderlie, Director of Holden Village, speaker at the Iowa District ALCW Convention at Luther college, Decorah June 7. Hostesses Thursday were Mrs. Amey and Odey Cherland. The Bible Study and devotions were by Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. John Jo- hanneSen. WILL BE MARRIED The Harold Grohs, Mankato, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Christine, to Eugene Gardner, son of the Raymond Gardners, Bancroft. She is a senior at Mankato State college' and will be graduated with a BS Degree in nursing June 11. ..He-graduated from Mankato State in 1964 and is working on his masters degree in business administration. They will be married June 12. HOLD HOUSEWARMING The Dwayne Germanns were given a house-warming at their home April 10 by the Eldon Browns, Victor Strueckeirs, Emil Bierstedts, Paul Voigts, Fred Grienerts, Harold Eimers- es, the Alfred Menkes, Bancroft. They presented a "welcome" gift. The Germanns recently moved to Seneca from Whitte- moie. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Robert Burl, year old soft Of the Gordon Hurts, was admitted to the hospital at EsthefVille, with a severe case of the er'aup. He is improved and expected home the early part of.the week. His mother had remaifled at the hospital with him, and'his little sister, Laurie, has stayed with her grandparents, the Robert Burts. WIN FIRST PRIZE Seneca Progressive Farmer's took first place in displays at the Algona 4-H day. They also received the same honor last year. Club leaders are Raymond Bergum and Roger Jensen. The Jim Kennedys had their card club April 11. This was the last card party for the season. Members are the Donald Kennedys, Gordon Burts, Emory Prestons, Douglas Guerdets, Lloyd Maddens, and the Kennedys. Mrs. Henry Brown, Estherville, spent the Easter weekend with her daughter, the Charles Beavers. j The Robert Burts and grand- j daughter, Laurie, were Easter dinner guests of the former's niece, the Robert Naigs, Ringsted. The David Loofts were Sunday guests at the parental Glen Hoppe's, Truman, Minn. The Fred Johannesens had a coffee for their daughter and new son-in-law, the Jay Nolanders, Milwaukee, Wis., following church Friday. Guests were the Rev. Stanley Hansens, Ringsted, Martin Wilberg, Fenton, the John Johannesens and Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Lone Rock, Mrs. Marlys Kreuger and Tommy, Fairmont, and the Henry Loofts. The Larry Osborns, Fairmont, were Easter guests of the fi>r- mer's mother, Mrs. Leona Osborn. v I The Donald Dokkens, Waltham, Minn., were Easter weekend guests at the parental Olaf Oftedahl's. Mrs. Nina Kracht is a patient at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines after surgery there Friday morning. Her daughter, Linda Sue, has been staying at the Robert Fortneys. Vernon Wilberg, employed at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his parents, the Henry Wil- bergs. The Marlin Wegeners were Easter guests at the parental Er- nest Mueller's, Fenton. Easter guests at Raymond Gardner's included Mrs. Gafd- ncr's parents, the Henry Mc- Gregors and Glen, their son, the Virgil Gardners, Estherville, Francis McGregors, Bancroft, and Mrs. Lucille Dcvary, Dolliver. The Henry Loofts were Easter guests at Gerrit DeWaards, Titonka. Also present was Mrs. Bertha Pommcr, Algona, for the birthdays of Mr. DeWaard and Henry Looft. The Jerry Wilbergs, Martin Wilberg, Fenton, and Robert Wilberg went to St. Paul Sunday where they were guests of the Donald Wilbergs. The Eldon Browns spent Easter with the former's sister, the Al Hewitts, Mason City. They also expected to see Eldon's parents, the Fred Browns, returning to Mason City after the winter in Arizona. The Fred Johannesens, John Johannesens, Henry Loofts, attended the silver wedding open house for the Lawrence t'rcs- thuscs recently at Burt. Mrs. Everett Witham was one of the charter members of the Four Corners Mother and Daughter club honored Tuesday at the club's 50lh anniversary at Van's Cafe at Algona. The club was organized by women in the rural area northwest of Algona to bring better civic cooperation and social understanding In the area where Cresco, Lotts Creek, Union and Whitteinorc join. Other charter members at the anniversary included Ruble Walker, Rose Sabin, Rena Cruikshank and Violet Walker. Mrs. John Struccker has resumed teaching at Armstrong following a few days after an accident. The accdient happened about 8 a.m. when Mrs. Strrueckcr's car struck the side of a car driven by Mrs. Francis O'Brien, Whittcmore, who had stopped for a school bus. There was a heavy fog at the time. Mrs. Struccker had lacerations ;o Ihc chin, bruises to the left <ncc, and also lost four front teeth. Mrs. O'Brien was not in- lured. Mrs. Helen Knowles, Made* lia, Minn., has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Patricia, to George Hattle, Seneca, son of the Larmon Matties, retired Seneca farmers, now living In Ringsted. She will graduate this spring from Madelia high school. He graduated from Scn- tral high school in 1960 and is farming his parent's farm. The wedding date is July 17. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIPS Ames — The scholarship awards committee at Iowa State university has awarded scholarships to five area students: Jean Christiansen, mathematics, Man- PRIVACY AND CONVENIENCE FOR ALL THE FAMILY! Bedroom Extension Phone 'I!?,™'"" and Installation. TO ORDER, call the telephone business office, or ask your telephone man. X5TX Northwestern Bell recn O'Bficti, home economics, Daniel N. Zaugg, electrical engineering, all from Algona; Jon G. DeBoer, Ledyard, chemistry, and Janice A. Larsen, Titonka, home economics. SERVICEMEN IVAN G. BURTIS USS BENNER (DD-807) —. Machinist's Mate Third Class Ivan G. Burtis, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burtis of Route I, Algona, is serving as a crcw- mcmber of the destroyer USvS Benner which is undergoing an intensive training period before making a cruise with the U. S. Seventh in the Western Pacific. EVER HAVE 4CRAVIN6 FOR SOMETHING YOU CAN'T DESCRIBE? DRINKA6LASS OF MILK FROM CONSOLIDATED n'sA TREAT SPRING FASHIONWIDE Now in Progress at SHEAKLEYS Big Reductions on Both Floors SHOP US THIS WEEKEND! MOS1» STYLES THRIFTY PRliJES TOP Selections LADIES All of ewr itrly Spring Drtiwi mwit bt mevtd te m«k« rwm f«r Summer Styles. LADIES SUITS iARLY SPRING WOOL SUITS REDUCED LADIES COATS INTIRi STOCK REDUCED CHILDRENS COATS Toddlers 3to6X REDUCED CHILDRENS DRESSES Infants • Tpddler* 3 to 6X 7 to 14 REDUCED BOYSWEAR SUITS SPORT COATS JACKETS REDUCED Famous Brand Cul-off JEANS Women's Reg. $2.99 — 52.65 Children's lleg. $2.59 — $?.37 ONE RACK OF FORHALS • V •*»*•• **»*r REDUCED Accessories Bras & Girdles • Hats & Purses REDUCED Alcpona SHEAKLEYS Bmmetsburg

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