Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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•—ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 24. 196$ Married Mr. and Mrs. Honald R. Leo were married May 1 at tlie Ini- manuel Lutheran church in Titonka with Rev. Don Salbcrg officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride is the former Linda Lou Rode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rode, Titonka, and tlie groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lee, Fertile. The bride was attended by Jo Ann Rippentrop, Mason City, as maid of honor and Connie Lee, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Her personal attendant was Marilyn B o u r n c, DCS Moines. Best man was LaVernc Lee, brother of the groom and James Rode was groomsman. Ushers were Robert Rippentrop, Titonka, and Darwin Lee, brother of the groom. Soloist was Diane Lindeman, Walters, Minn., accompanied by Mrs. John Ostermann at the organ, Mrs. Robert Rippentrop had the guest book. A reception was held at Wit- kes in Clear Lake. Mrs. Steven Larson, Rudd, and Mrs. Konaiu Rippentrop, Mason City, opened the gifts. They arc living at 1817 Burnside, Sioux Falls, S. D. SOCIETY Algona couple married WED 25 YEARS The 25th anniversary open house for the Ernest Hutchisons, 1109 E. State St., was Sunday at the Methodist church. Mrs. Newton Coughenour played organ music while the Hutchisons, children and guests were ushered into the sanctuary by Stan Muckey and Louis Kelley. Mrs. Glen Graham sang accompanied by Mrs. Coughenour and the couple repeated their marriage vows. Following the ceremony, punch, cake and coffee were served in the church, Mrs. Newton Coughenour and Mrs. Glen Graham sang accompanied by Mrs. Wes Bartlett. The Wm. E. Hutchisons were hosts; Steven Hutchison registered guests; Jcnnilee Hutchison and Karen Baker served punch; Mrs. Lewis Marshall poured coffee; Mrs. Lewis Kent cut and served the cake, which was baked by Mrs. Martin Potratz, Whittemore; Mrs. Leslie Hass and daughter, Mary, Garwin, Beatrice Kay and Nancy Marshall tended the gift table. Phyllis Metzeti, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Metzcn, and William Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robinson, were married May 8 at 11 o'clock in St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Msgr. P. P. Gearcn performing the double ring ceremony. The bride .was attended by Donna King as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Jean Robinson, Dale Mctzen, and . Pat Metzen, Best man was Wally Sturchin and groomsmen were Dick Robinson, Jim Stoffel and Francis Metzcn. Ushers were Herb Bormann and Joe Metzcn. A dinner reception for 250 guests was held at the Country Club following the ceremony. The bride graduated from the Algona high school and had been employed at the Honsbruch drug store. Mr. Robinson is a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy and attended Creighton university. He is associated with his father in Robinson Construction Co. Wildlife refuge will open for the season Saturday Saturday at daylight the Public Recreation Area of the Department of Interior's Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will open for the summer season. Permitted activities include fishing, picnicking and swim ming. Tne recreation area, located 5 miles east of Bancroft on County Trunk B, will remain open during daylight- hours only un- til Sept. 30, according to Paul E. I'urguson, Refuge Manager. All state fishing regulations apply, except that no minnows or fish, or parts thereof, for bait is permitted. Use of boats is prohibited. A few picnic tables are available lor puolic use. Fires are permitted in the fireplaces provided, or if confined in portaole charcoal-type grills. Camping is prohibited at all times. A small sand swimming beach is provided lor puolic use in the south pit. Since .no lifeguard can gc provided, all swimmers are asucu to be extremely cauti oas ana not overdo the limits 01 their experience. Inexperiencec swimmers and children should have adult supervision at al times. Hostesses were Mesdamcs Stan E|AAHA* £»*•*» U Muckey, Wes Bartlett, Louis EIWI «" r«lW II Kelley, Merle Webster and Roy Hutzell. Guests were from Pomeroy, Manson, Garwin, Iowa Falls, Waterloo, Sexton and Algona. two of the Hutchisons' children, Mrs. Donn (DeAnne) Minier of Scottsdale, Ariz., and A3c Donald Hutchison, U. S. Air Force, Fairbanks, Alaska, were unable to be present. NEIGHBORS MEET The Jolly Neighbors club met with Mrs. Helen Schormann Witli fifteen members present. Edna Meyer gave a demonstration on making pillow tops. The next meeting will be with Christina Secgebarth June 16, 7:30 p.m. There will be a white elephant sale. Mrs. Robert Fuer- stcnau is reporter. WEDNESDAY BKIDGE Wednesday bridge hostesses at the Algona Country Club Were Mesdames Julius Kunz and W. E. Hawcott. Winners were Mesdames O. B. Harmes, W. E. Hawcott and V. C. Smith. Reservations for May 26 play may be made with hostesses Mrs. LeRoy Giving and Mrs. Ed Adams. Word has been received by Mary Eraser of the death of Eleanor Eraser, Washington, D. C., May 7, after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held in St. John's Episcopal church near the White Mouse. Graveside rites were held in Af- lington cemetery. She was born July 6, 1900, the daughter of Dr. and Rose Fraser, long time Algona residents. Two brothers survive: Scott, Philadelphia, and Walter, California. Mary Fraser is a cousin. For many years she was Clerk of the Kossuth draft board, and fot §dffi€ time wii employed in selective Setvice headquarters in Washington. ^^^i^^t • Armttrong — A class of 31 seniors will be graduated in MUSCULAR AGNES • PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body .stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back At all drug counters. HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa commencement services this Tuesday. Dr. Vtndel JohnAon, dean it the university at Vermillion, S. D, wilt be the speaker,. COMPllTf PRINTING StftVICf AT THE ADVANCI Let us dress you for your format occasions... We specialize in up-to-date fashion for every occasion, Come find a fine fit... modest rental! ALQOM, IOW* Engaged Let's face it... Graduation gift giving can be expensive. But it doesn't have to be. OR. AND MRS. R. E. Weber have announced the engagement of their daughter Linda •to Michael Craig Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart of Swea City. Miss Weber and Mr. Stewart are 1961 class graduates of Swea City Community school and both are now seniors at Iowa State University at Ames. Miss Weber is majoring in Home Economics Education and will graduate in June. Mr. Stewart will graduate this summer and has accepted a position with Black and Veach, Consulting Engineers of Kansas City, Mo. He is majoring in Civil Engineering. A late summer wedding is planned. Fined $300 driving while intoxicated William E. Hof. Mankato, Minn., was fined §300 and costs on a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was arrested May 14 four miles north of Algona on Highway 169 by Patrolman Cogdall. He pleaded guilty Wednesday. WINNER — Freshman Cadet Danny H. Bunnell, sun of Mr and Mrs. Harry Bunnell of Montezuma, helped bring high honor to the West Point Military' Academy this spring when he | and his freshman partner won the 14th annual debate between I the USMA and the Royal Milita- i ry College of Canada. Significant j was the fact that the Canadians had won the debate eight cf the previous 13 years but Bunnell and his partner not only won but received all the judges' points in .so doing. 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See them all here and select your favorites now. SHEAKLEYS 'Algona's Fashion Center for Women and Girls" •*f A-

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