(low*) AbVANCt THURSDAY, JUNK 17, WS Married at Emmetsburg DAWN ELAINE DOGOTCH and Lanny Carl Paul, both of Emmetsburg, were married June 5 in a double ring ceremony at the Hrst Methodist church, Emmetsburg.. Parents of ; the couple are Mrs. Lewis Dogotch, Emmetsburg, and the late Mr. Dogotch. and the Claude Pauls, Corning. The bride was escorted by her grandfather, Frank Dogotch Sr., West Bend. Anita Hall, Manilla, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Barb Pope, Des Moines, and Linda Larson, Emmetsburg. Best man was Richard Houck, Corning. Groomsmen were Ken Stiles, New Market, and Dennis Raster, Afton. Julie Dogotch, Whittemore, was flower girl and Chris Mergen, West Bend, ring bearer. She is a graduate of Emmelsburg high school and .attended Ames for two years. She is employed at the Emmetsburg Publishing Co. He is a graduate of Corning high school 'and of Northwest Missouri State. He is a science teacher and coach at Emmelsburg Junior high school. : Lefferts have 50th anniversary here June 13 Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert were honored at a reception on Sunday afternoon, June 13, at First Methodist church in celebration of their Golden Wedding anniversary. Hosts were their only daughter, Ila, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Parsley and daughter Patricia, of Harrington, 111. The actual weding date will be on June 23, but its observance was stepped up because the Parsleys will leave Chicago by plane on June 19 for Japan. Ida Anderson and Dave Leffert were married fifty years ago at the home of her mother in Swea City. Dave was County Engineer at the time and Ida was deputy Auditor of Kossuth County. Seven persons who attended their wedding were here Sunday to celebrate the anniversary with them. They are: Minnie Leffert-Connolly and Lillian Leffert, Dave's sisters; Archie Michel, a nephew, all three of Des Moines, and another nephew, Paul Michel, Red Oak. Also Lt. Col. Clarence Anderson, New York City, and Annette Anderson-Tweeten, Swea City, nephew and niece of Mrs. Leffert, and Mabel Jacobsen-Peterson, Spirit Lake who succeeded Ida in the court house. Other out of towners here for the observance were: Burton Leffert, Dubuque; Mesdames Archie and Paul Michel, A. B. Tweeten, Swea City; Paul Tweeten, a grand nephew with his wile and two children, Des Moines; two cousins, Minna Cole and Nettie Nissen, Estherville, Earl Peterson, Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. (Mary Adams) Otto Richter, Elmore. Ladies of the WSCS served guests at the reception. Cake was cut by Mrs. Robert Williams; Mesdames John Thompson and Lyle Steele poured coffee and the guests were registered by Leftert's granddaughter, Patricia Parsley who will be a senior next fall at the American School of Japan in Tokyo. secretary Ex-Burt family burned in freak gas explosion Burf — A former Btirt resident, Jerry Lewis, 25, of Manila, ta., received severe burns over 90 per cent of his body in, an explosion caused by a faulty gas water healer. Relatives here have learned that a baby sitting in a high chair at the Lewis home was burned about the head and face in the accident and is hospitalized at Dcnison, la. Two other Lewis children, who had been silling on the kilchen floor coloring, were less seriously burned, bul the papers they were working on wore completely burned. The accident occurred about a week ago, when Lewis had returned home from work and went to the basement to disconnect the hot water heater in order that he could turn on Ihe gas for Ihe kilchen slovc. His wife had lurned Ihe gas off al the outside lanks in Ihe morning when she discovered Ihe water heater was not operating as she prepared to do the washing. Apparently gas had filled the basement and exploded when Lewis dropped a wrench oft the cement floor and caused a spark. Lewis was hospitalized at Dcnison bul later was moved to Iowa Cily. His parenls moved from Butt in 1954 and operale a motel fit Weslsidc, la. The Lewis house was not de« slroycd by fire but the explosion ruined it and all its con- tcnls. All Ihe family could sal' vagc was a few items of cloth* ing. Almanac (Continued from Page 1) Algona, Suzuki; Dorris I. Miller, Titonka, Honda; Melvin A. Blbcrl, Whillcmorc, Honda; Edgar G. Parcel, Tilonka, Honda; Wm. A. Beslcnlchner, Algona, Honda; Lcroy F. Gronbach, Algona, Honda; Reiner A. Helmers, Algona, Honda; Merle A. Halsrud, Ottosen, Honda; Joseph J. Kenne, Whittemore, Honda; A. B. Alexander, Algona, Sparton; Earl E. or Donald E. Haas, Lakota, Ford p/u; Swanson Bros., Armstrong, Ford; Algona Impl. Co., Algona, Int. p/u; Henry J. Clarken, Lakota, Ford p/u; Robert H. Garms, Algona, Chev.; Oondld K. Pfleskofft, Algeria, Chrysler; Patfick sf. MV puire, Hurt, Chev,; Theodore R. trump, Lakota, Chev.; Alfred H. Fchr, West fiend, Chev,; John S. or Cora Thompson, Algotia, Pont.; Terry L. Myers, filotika; Ford, Beth .faitse Millefy Algo< na, Ford; Robert 0. Hamilton, Lcdyard, Ford; Schulta Bros., Algona, Bulek; Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., Algona, Plym.; Terry or Deanna fcwiefel, Algo- ha, Plym.; Kermit S. Cfati, Cor* with, Buick; Max E. Dahlhausef, West Bend, Plym.; John Lee Henry, Algona, Plym.; Gary L. Hefty, LuVerne, Plym. Former Algona girl dies at 50 in Arizona Relatives here received word of Ihe death of Ann McNeill Kollasch, 50, Sunday in Tempe, Arizona, after a brief illness. Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) in Tempe with burial there. She was the daughter of the Ed McNeills, born in rural Al- gpna, a graduate of the Algona high school and employed be- fore tot marriage to Ivan Kollasch at the Northwestern Bell telephone company. Survivors besides her husband ire three children, Pamela, Nancy and David. Three boys died in infancy. Also surviving are three sisters and tour brotners: Mary, Mrs. Russell Lar km, Phoenix, Aria.; Grace, Mrs. Paul Neius, Phoenix, Am.; Paul McNeill, Spirit Lake; lorn McNeill, wells, Minn.; Ethel, Mrs. John Sheahon, Battle Creek, Mich.; Joe McNeill, Mt. Ayr; John McNeill, Algona. 'ihe family lives at 2129 Bonarden Latie, Tempe, Ariz. IN VIET NAM Bancroft — Airman 2/c Gary H, Nerem, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Nerem, bancrott, is now on duty with a unit in the U. S. Pacuic forces in Viet Nam, it was learned here this week. He is an aircraft mechanic and is helping provide essential support aim services tor (J. S. Air Force personnel in Viet Nam. NEW BANKING HOURS LuVtrnt — The LuVerne branch of the Security State banK will be open Friday evenings now from 7 to 9 p.m., but will, be closed oh Saturdays. The remainder of the week tney will be open from 9 to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. or SH JOHN LOVE For STOCKS & BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS COMMODITIES T.O. Henderson <Sc Co., D« Molrm, lew* Established 1930 415 South Hall St. « Algona • 295-3500 Members New York Stock Exchange LOCALS Vivien Milter. San Marino, Calif., visited at the Clifford Riebhoff's last week. Attending the funeral for Phil Roethler at New Hampton last Friday were the Harold Roeth- lers, Uvermore, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer, the Virgil Roethlers, the Irvin Kramers, of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reding. Inington, and the Kenneth THIS IS Linda Hoeppncr, 16 year old daughter of.Mr. anc Mrs. Hoeppner, Lakota, who was elected as state 4-H girl's secre tary at the state convention last week. She is the first Kossuth young ster to be named to a state of fice since 1958, when Jan Clark and Roger Dreyer were botl named to state offices. C. J. Gau ger, state 4-H leader from Ames reported Linda was one of the youngest persons to ever cap lure a state office. She is a mem ber of the Lakota Luckies and the daughter of the Burdette Hoeppners. Ex-Bancroft man dies last week Bancroft — A former Bancroft man, Ross H. In man of | Watertown, S. D., died last week j at Watertown. He was born and • raised at Bancroft and at the | time of his death was assistant | police chief at Watertown. Surviving are three sisters: Mrs. Myrtie Ringsdorf, Woden; Mrs. Albert Howe, Ft Dodge; and Mrs. Joe Cogley, Algona; and one brother, Hale of Aberdeen, S. D. Attending funeral services Tuesday at Watertown were Mrs. Marion Inman, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Inman, Mr. and Mrs Paul Inman, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Inman, all of Bancroft; Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Ringsdorf, Woden and Rev. and Mrs. Albert Howe Ft. Dodge. STONE- — An unusual stone formation that looks like a man has a corner named after it — "Stone Man Corner." It is located two miles west and about a half mile north of Fayette in northeast lo\va. CHRISCHILLES' SIXTH ANNUAL DISCOUNT ON EVERY ITEM IN THE ENTIRE STORE Illlllllllllll FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNE 18-19 no SKCUL mns, HIKE ! Nothing Held Back! All Quality Goods from Our Regular Stock The more you buy — the more you save. Our fifth annual 10% Off Sale last year was such a success that we are again repeating it for the benefit of our customers. Everything in the store is included. Sale merchandise too! Make 90c do the job of one dollar — just like the good old days. Save during this two-day event,., but remember, it's Friday and Saturday Only, Bring a carload to Algona these two days! No Strings ... No Restrictions ... No Loyowoys ... - but for TWO DAYS ONLY! The Chrischilles Store "WHERE QUALITY HAS BECOME A TRADITION"
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