Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 21, 1965
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I—AL66NA (bw«> ADVANCIof the Wayne Wlckwires, left MONDAY, JUNE 21, IMS «ton« 8 for Boone for 9 weeks counseling Ca.mp tire oitis there. Fun and Do Club met June 9 with Wilma Arndorfcr. Most members were present with Louise Prucschl as guest. At 600 pri7.es went to Evelyn Froehlich, I-ifturn Becker and Birdie Vita- thum. The nejct meeting will be July 14 at Camclla Bormann's. Visitors with Mrs. Florence Colwcll Sunday were the Floyd Colwclls, Dakota City, B. 0. Daviscs, Irvington, Charles Col- wclls, St. Benedict, and the Harold Colwclls, Algona. Algona girl wed in church in Des Moines Irvington — St. Paul's A.M.E. church in DCS Moines, was the setting for the Saturday evening, June 12. marriage of Natalie Fayc Boldridgc. Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridgc, to Maurice Coaklcy Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coaklcy of Sioux Falls, S. D. The Rev. E. P. Williams, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony before an alter of white chrysanthemums and cathedral candles. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister Mary Boldridgc, Minneapolis, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were her sister Mrs. Ruth Haasc, Kansas City, Mo., and Virginia Waldrcn, Vera Watkins. Flower girl was Gayle Hoffman, Des Moines. Edward Coakley was best man. Ushers were Daniel Coakley, William Boldridgc Jr., William Wells Jr. and Ralph Barr. Music was by Mrs. Russell Reeves, organist, and Edward Bayles, soloist. Hostesses at the reception were Mrs. J. B. Morris and Mrs. Elnora McElroy, Chicago, and Mrs. Australia Grace (the latter two being anuts of the bride), Mrs. Harry Day, Mrs. Billic Martin, Rose McQuitty and Lena Baker. The bride, a graduate of Algona high school, is employed at the Des Moines telephone office. The groom will graduate from the Drake University pr'^'aw school in August. Additional out of town guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coakley Sr. and Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Bentley, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mrs. Adine Simmons and Mrs. E. C. Martin, Mason City; Mrs. Nellie Shipp, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Simmons, Evanston, 111.; Mr .and Mrs. Lee Haase, Kansas City, Mo.; Judy Naylor, Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hanover, Algona. They will live at 2514 Woodland Ave., Des Moines. The Wayne Wickwires , and Durwood Walkers, Irvington, went to Cedar Falls recently for the graduation of the Wickwire daughter Betty. Betty, daughter Fr. Schumacher visitsCanada, western states St. Joe — Rev. Leo C. Schumacher left Thursday for a trip through western states and Canada for a visit with relatives and friends. Rev. Edward Mason and Rev. Denis O'Kecfc, C.S.Sp. will be in charge of St. Joseph's church services on Sunday, June 20 and June 27, respectively. Mrs. Mary Becker observed her 86th birthday on Sunday with a family dinner held at the Holiday Inn, Fort Dodge on Sunday evening. Mrs. Edward Bormann, St. Joe, is a daughter, Herman Becker, Irvington, and Julius Becker, Livermore, are sons. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Becker are parents of a son Daryl George born on June 12, at St. Ann hospital in Algona. This is three boys and one girl in the Becker family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanig, Wesley, are the maternal grandparents. . ' LOCALS Engaged MR. AND MRS. Frank Mittlic- der, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nova, and James Chris Reefer, son of the Chris Reefers, Albert Lea, Minn. No wedding date has been set. Former Burt man killed in crash Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirkland and family left Saturday for Phoenix, Ariz, for the wedding of their son Jerry Rupp to Barbara Davis June 25. Jerry is attending summer school at the university of Arizona at Tempe and will be a candidate for a master's degree in August. The Kirklands plan to be away two weeks. They will also visit their daughter Lorelie Romary in Wichita, Kans. Corliss Rupp will not be able to attend as she is working in Dubuque. Burt — Recently reported was the death of Darrell Meier, 29, Cylinder, June 6, in a collision of his pickup truck and another truck. Darrell was born April 18, 1936, at Burt, son of the Gerald Meiers and grandson of the late Carrie and Henry Meier of Burt. He graduated from high school in 1954 at Cylinder and attended Morningside. College, Sioux City. He was a service representative for Allis Chalmers in South Sioux City, Neb., four years before moving to Worthington, Minn., where he was district representative for the firm 5 years. Funeral services were held at Worthington, Minn., June 8. He is survived by his wife and a son, his parents and a brother and sister. OLD-TIMER VISITS Milton McChesney, Riverside, Calif., was visiting old friends in Burt and Lone Rock June 17. He graduated from Burt high school in 1901 with Frank Mann and Jess McDonald, both now deceased. There were only three in the class at that time. He visited here 30 years ago, but was having some trouble finding old acquaintances this trip. Mrs. Lawrence Doege will be hostess June 25 to the Sewing Circle. Shower given at Burl church for new bride Hurt — A miscellaneous shower for Marlenc Henderson Was held June 14 at St. John's Lutheran church at 7:30 p.m. Latia Cunningham was registrar and also poured. Program chairman was Lillian Lavrcnz. A reading was given by Marj Lavrenz. Eunice Meyer sang accompanied by Elizabeth Raaig. Ann Lavrenz and Lillian Lavrenz read poems. Marlcnc's sister and Ann and Maymc Lavrcnz assisted with gilts. Hostesses were Mcsdames Dick Lavrcnz, Jerry Wiener, Harlcy Mcl ( 'arland, Merwyn Bahltng, Roland Lavrenz, Rudy Peters, Mike Long, Fred Davis, August Bernau, Floyd Bacon, Clias. Lappc, Stanley Black, P. J. McGuirc, John Kissner, Julian Chcrland, Walter Steward, Harold Becker, Win. Madsen Sr., P. W. Marlow, Earl Shlpler, Bernard Mcister, W. E. Woltz, W. P. Hawcolt, Rudy Willrett, Kenneth Cook, Albert Bleich, Jesse Harms, Chas. Curtis, Leonard Dittmer, A. C. Hinckley, Helen Johnson, Ella Stenzel. Marlene and Joe Cunningham were married June 19 at the Methodist church in Algona. HONOR MEMBERS U.P.W. met June 16 at the Presbyterian church with the honorary members as special guests. A tribute was given by Evelyn Angus, Virginia Becker and Elva Bocttcher, and a paper by Ruth Hodgson. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle presented a gift and a rose to the guests, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge, Mrs. Lettie Vogel, Mrs. Amelia Polhemus, Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier. Hostesses were Mrs. Axel Carlson, Mrs. George Becker and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mrs. Keith Klinksiek, Ledyard, was a guest Sunday of her aunt Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier. Her husband was also a supper guest. ••'. Birthday Circle will meet Thursday, June 24 with Mrs. 0. M. Gross. t John Lovstad and Gerald Hilton are attending summer school at state college in Mankato. Patricia, daughter of thg Merle Schwieterts, returned DCS Moines Monday where s is taking nurses training it Methodist hospital. She Was meJwo weeks. Vern Shiplet had an em**' gcncy appendectomy it the hospital at Spirit Lake June 16. The James Fries family spent a week at Cross Lake, Minn. Mrs. Helen Weiske received word her son Richard has been appointed plant engineer at the Pittsburg Plate Olass Co. at Crestline, 0. He has been employed there since 1957. He graduated from Burt high school in 1937. Junior Girl Scouts will attend day camp at Call Park the last week in June from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. They will have hiking trips, outdoor cooking and cratts. Lt. and Mrs. Peter MaronUs and Dina stopped June 14 at James Christensen's on their way to Washington, D. C., where they will live. He had just completed four years in the Marines. He was a friend of Lt. David Christensen at 29 Palms, Calif. Vernal Koestler flew home from Kansas City Friday for the weekend with parents, the Geo. Koestlers. He has charge of IBM machines and is relief operator for those on vacation. He went to St. Louis the first of the week. The Jim Christen- scns were also guests Saturday. Mrs. Dean Steven and children are visiting the Clyde Moores. Mrs. Burnadine Opheim, Dawn and Johnny were also guests Thursday. Mrs. 'Lottie Isenberger is spending several weeks with her daughter, the Frank Andersons, Logan. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Cynthia Long, daughter of the Terry Longs, graduated June 7 from the Mason City Junior college at Mason City. She received honors in Iowa College Honor Society, National Society of Alpha Chapter of the Local College at Mason City. She will continue her college in West- mar, LeMars, this fall. Mrs. Thurman Gaskill and infant daughter returned to their home on Saturday from the Belmond hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eden and Bob of Kanawhi were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Widen home. Mr. and Mrs, Don Poage and family attended the wedding Saturday of her niece Carolyn Chapman at Glenco, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill attended the wedding Saturday at Des Moines of Ricnard Steward and Donna DeGeus at Des Moines. 44 PREVIEW FOR TNE FAIR an all day workshop Jun* 7 at 7:30. Picture studio were given by Patty Hansen *nd Jeih Ann Dodds. Liftda Dodds, Jeafl Ann Dodds, Julie Molacek, Bonita Kiilshoim and Linda Nitchats gave talks. Reporter is Julie Mo< lacek. CRISCO CHUMS Cresco Chums held an annual cookout at Call state park at 1C a.m. The workshop will be held June 21 and the Achievement show July 28. Talks and demonstrations were given by Marlyn Roethler, Dawn Wilden, Mary Besch, Linda Meelhause and Mary Margaret Zagg. Reporter is Patti Besch, Dogs and entomology are two new projects that will be exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair this year. The Entomology Project will help 4-H boys and girls develop leadership, will teach them about insect life and the relation of insects to the health, wealth and happiness of man. It also teaches project members to recognize beneficial and non- beneficial insects and the use of insect control. 4-H'ers are expected to make a collection of at least 25 different kinds of insects, mount and label them. They are also expected to help apply control measures for one or more insects. Serving as a tool for developing desirable; habits of initiative, dignity of work, decision making, dependability, pride of own- ershp, leadership and cooperation is the 4-H dog care and training project's purpose. In this project 4-H'ers are expected to attend at least one "Dog Show" every year, to train the dog for different commands and tricks, to practice good dog grooming and to always keep the dog : ihnoculations up to date. When exhibiting the dog at the Fair for your first year, the following obedience commands are to be performed; on your command the dog should walk quietly on leash, sit on command, stay in place, come when called, sit up tor food and shake hands. Each year the performance is just a little harder. These two projects, entomology and dogs, are just two examples of how Kossuth County 4-H'ers are working "to make the best better." UNION ALETHIANS Union Alethean 4-H club held Nt«d PrlntinfT Call the AOVANCII LONG DISTANCE After 8 p.m. and all day Sunday you can make a 3-mifiute station call to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for only $1.00 or less, plus tax. Enjoy a family reunion by phone! Northwestern Bell PRINCBM "4B" AIR CONDITIONER Modal 4BBAB 4,auo ITU/MMr-Flte windows 23* to 36" wid* • Install in rninutas with two-tided rt«x-0-Mount • Turbo fan moves more air...cool« mor« quietly • Cools up to 1,400 cubic foot volume . • Sealed-in-steel "Penny Pincher" power unit . 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