Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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fNUfttDAV, JUNE 3, IMS natural fit It th. secret of Gottard'f 5-section cup design gives natural fit, more comfort, . more fashion. And Gos- sarclgives a 10-day money-back GUARANTEE with Answerlbra. Daisy-fresh white cotton. A - B - C cups, $3.00 The Chrischilles Store BROTHER IS ORDAINED Mr. and Mrs. ,1. P. Studcr had as weekend guests the Stanley Studcrs and six daughters, of Lake City, Minn., and Patricia Saner, of Ilichfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Studcr, Marian and Joettc attended the ordination to the Priesthood of Mrs. Studer's brother Brian Willctte at Worthington, Minn. Saturday May 29. Attending Father Will- cttc's First Solemn Mass at Our Lady of Mount Carniel church, Easton, Minn., were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studcr and Hose of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Studer and daughters of Lake City, Minn. ATTEND RECEPTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor were among those who attended receptions given for various graduates. The first was Sunday evening at the Rex Taylors for Salvador de Souza of Brazil, who will be returning to his home. Others they attended were Monday evening for Pamela Hopkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins, and Diane Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith. INFANT BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church for Timothy Luke .infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley Jr. Sponsors were Lor- ctta Bode, of Washington, D. C., and Luke Linnan. Mr. and Mrs, William Haynes, parents of Mrs. Bradley Jr., are here from Long Beach, Calif., and were in attendance. They will be here for a two weeks visit. AT COLLEGE GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley attended the graduation Friday at Omaha, Neb. of their daughter Mary from Ducheshe college. Miss Bradley and Denny Waller have announced their engagement and the wedding will take place in August. RECEPTION FOR GRADUATE Among the guests who attended the reception for Paula Ost- winkle following her graduation from Garrigan high school Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phillips, of Sioux Falls, S. D., maternal grandparents of the honoree. for every deb there's a GOSSAft-DEB in new LYCRA ff SPANDEX or regular power net Inner bands give you a pancake-flat »ilhouerre. A vertical Itretch back panel ihepei a trim derriere. Pip front wg!»| won't roll or bind. lycrg* Power. Net* " Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black, of Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Kay, to Charles W» Mitchell, sun of Mr. and Mrs; John Mitchell, Sharon, Mass. Both Miss Black and Mr. Mitchell attend Cedar- villc college in Ohio. An August 14 wedding is planned at the Regular Baptist church in Algona. HI!.ffi|l!l!.I,!!H|l!1li|lllll|lipll!-IIill. 'Hill!..'Ml.llfflll!HII!!ll.IIIIUIU .iilM.iUIUilllltf DANCE RECITAL' 1 ',,, The studcnls""of Lena Coleman, dance instructor at the Algona Hotel, will present their annual recital on June 4 at 8:00 p.m. in the Algona high school auditorium. Admission is by invitation only. Tickets can be obtained from the pupils. There is no charge. BIRTHDAY DINNER The birthday of Alice Condon was observed Friday by her club and dinner was held for her at Charlie's. Dessert was served at the apartment of Hattie Wilson and Laverne Johnson, followed by a social evening. RECEPTION HELD Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk gave a reception Monday evening following the graduation of their daughter Dorcen from the Algona high school. RECEPTIONS GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien gave receptions Sunday and Monday for their daughter Maureen who was graduated from high school. 50th wedding for James Zweif els, ex-Gorwith merchant The children of Mr. and Mrs. James A, Zweifel, Corwith, will .hold an open house honoring their parents Sunday, June 6, on their 50th wedding anniversary. It will be held at the Zweifel residence from 2 until 5 p.m. that day. James A. Zwelfel and Leone K. Mason were married on June 16, 1915 at the home of her parents at LuVerne, Iowa, by the Rev. Andrew Heddle. Mr. Zweifel has been in the retail business since 1912 and fully retired in May of this year. He was a merchant in Corwith for 41 years. Harry Holdren, dies at Harlan Funeral services were held for Harry C. Holdren Tuesday in Harlan at the Pauley funeral home with burial in Riverview cemetery, Algona, at 4 o'clock. Harry Claire Holdren was born May 26, 1883 in Compton, 111., the son of Aid B. and Katharine Terhune Holdren. The family came to Irvington in 1904 and he married Aneta Forbes on April 2. 1913 at Algona. He was employed in the Algona light plant until 1929 when they moved to Harlan. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons, Harold and Clarence, Harlan, and a grandson. One son died in infancy. Two sisters and a brother also survive: Wilbur, Bancroft; Mrs. Ira (Berniece) Duttpn, and Mrs. James (Reba) Devine, Algona. One brother, Milford, is dead. CLASS VISITS FARM Wesley — The afternoon kin dergarten class from the Bertha Godfrey school in Algona visited the George Seaberg farm May 27. They enjoyed looking ] at the new pigs, the tractors, jetc., and were served refresh' i ments by their teacher, Mrs. ' \ Dwiglu Fenton Walther Leaguers attend lake meeting Fenton — Walther Leaguers of St. John's Lutheran church who attended the Iowa District West Convention at Okoboji May 28-30 were Glen, Mary and Becky Hantelman, Marilyn Alt, Dclond Jentz, Robert Krause, Rcnnac Voettcler, and Brian Borchardt. The Algona Zone, of which Fenton is a member was host. Dr. Paul Harms, Concordia college, Ft. Wayne, Ind., was the lecturer. The days were taken up with business meetings,; lectures, and recreation. Becky Hantelman was re-elected corresponding secretary for the Iowa District West. Friday evening a boat ride on the Empress went around Lake Okoboji. Saturday evening the group held'a talent-fest. Glen Hantelman, Rennae Voctteler, and Brian Borchardt took part with a vocal number. Rev. Rex Spicer, pastor of St. John's, led the vesper service after the talent- fcst Saturday. Sunday evening, a banquet was held with Rev. Leonard, Garner, speaker. CHURCH GROUP MEETS Anniversary SUPT. AND MRS. J. W. Cook will celebrate their 25th wed- rling anniversary Sunday, June 6 with open house at their home in Lakota. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met at the Parish House Thursday with Mrs. Gaylord Haig and Mrs. Lyle Thompson hostesses. Scripture and prayer were by Mrs. Russell Kuhn. Mrs. Arnold Naig led the Singspiratlon, with spe< rial vocal muaic by Mrs. Oliycf Johnson and Mrs. Shirley 2u< mach. the Cause wts by Mrs. Herman Nor 1 And. FAREWELL DINNER A pot luck dinner was held at the Depew Parish House on Sunday as a farewell for the Richard Underwoods, Home movies were shown by Bertel Berkland, including some of the Seattle World's Fair. A purse was presented to the Underwoods, who moved to Boone on Monday. OUT OF HOSPITAL Lcroy Jacobsen was released from the hospital in Estherville Saturday, and is now on crutches. Eldon Duncan, who was hurt in the same car-tractor accident, will remain hospitalized and in traction for some weeks yet. VISIT UNION SLOUGH Sixth grade classes of Fenton and Lone Rock went on a field trip Tuesday to Union Slough. There they were guided by the manager of the Slough. Teachers Mrs. Don Blanchard, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs. Art Priebe accompanied them. Friday guests of the Homer Matthiesens were the Rev. Robert Erlandsons, Curlew. Sunday guests of the Homer Matthiesens were the George Murphys, Independence, Mrs. RetU Eiglcr, the Paul The Earl Richards, Mesa, Aril., left Tuesday fof home after a week and t half at Ray Stoebef '§, Ml*. Stoeber and Mrs. Richards are sisters, the Lyle Bassetts, Milfofd, wefe also guests during the'Memorial Day weekend, Saturday guests of the J. A. Schwartzes Were the Bob Sch- wartzes and James Schwartzes, Ames. The J. A. Schwartzes and Mrs. Edith Laage visited the Karl Schwartzes in Rockwell City Monday. The Frank McFalls were Monday guests of the Wendell Rusches, Fonnir teacher here (•Is scholarship Joe Collier, former biology teacher here, has received a scholarship from the National Science Foundation for the next term, September through June, at the university of Minnesota majoring in entomology and mi- noring in botany. He is working toward his PhD. The Colliers, with their three children, spent the weekend with friends in Algona. They are now in Faribault, Minn., where he is teaching in high school. This summer he plans to go to school at the Luke Haska biology station, a branch of the university of Minnesota. HttibandAlfonaglri NOTICE To Dog Owners - Bicycle Owners All dogs are ordered confined or on leash from Midnight, Saturday, June 6, to Midnight, Saturday, June 12. This will give the police department a chance to pick up all strays and homeless dogs. Saturday, June 12, Algona's annual Pet Parade and Bicycle Parade. ' * n ' ' • Dbg Licenses', Rabies inoculations and Bicycle licenses will be available at the City Hall. This date, June 12, 1965, Saturday, will be the deadline for both dog and bicycle licenses. WM. J.FINN MAYOR by direction of City Council A sofi'ih'law -of Mr. arid .'Mrs. Ted Larson, Algona, died Tiles- day night at LaPorte City, Ind. He was Dr. Carl Fischer, 51, husband of the eldest Lai-son daughter, Theodora. His wife and four children survive. Dr, Fischer suffered a heart attack Friday. Graduation .... (Continued on page 4) an. As the seniors came from the stage after receiving the diploma a red rose was given to each boy and a white rose to each girl. Susan Dodds, sister of Penny, and David Cowan, brother of Mary, handed out the mementos. Mike Stillman, Mark Conn, John Will, and Tom Ricklefs will accompany Richard Palmer on a 17 day trip to New York, Washington, D. C., and Virginia Beach. They plan to leave June 10. I KEDETTES ® Uur slim Jim .denim of long-wearing Dacron* The name is "Peajacket" and the look is top-drawer!.This trim new Kcdcttcs has contrasting stitching and a Lastex® insert for easy-oil, snug-on comfort. And thanks to a new Dacron polyester/cotton denim, it's stronger, longer wearing and easier to suds than any washablo shoe you've ever seen! Come, try "Peajacket" today. 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