The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1965
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TuMdoy, July 20, 1965 Algond (la.) Upper De» Motnet Former Irvmgton Girl June 25 Bride, Dumont Pictured above are Larraine Dee Hamilton and James A. Krull who were married June 25, at the Dumont, Iowa, Reformed church by Rev. John P. Ailts. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Fred Baldwin, and the late Lyle Hamilton, and is a former resident of Irvington, although lately living at Hampton. The bridegroom is a son of James A. Krull of Dumont. Gail Hamilton, sister of the bride, was a bridesmaid, as was Beulah Krull, a sister of the bridegroom. Marvin Krull of Charles City, and Herb Terrill of Hampton attended the bridegroom, Ronald Hamilton, a brother of the bride, was a candlelighter. The young couple will make their home at Dumont, Iowa, where the bridegroom is now farming with his father. The bride is a 1964 graduate of Hampton high and had been employed in Hampton. Interviews Here July 22 On Farm Education Roger Mitchell, adviser in the Farm Operation Curriculum at Iowa State University will be visiting the Kossuth County Extension Office on Thursday, July 22, at 3:00 p. m. He will be meeting with young men in Kossuth county who are interested in the winter quarter Farm Operator program at Iowa State University. The Winter Quarter Program is especially designed for farm boys who plan to farm or who are already engaged in farming and can only be away from the operation a few months during the winter. The course runs from November 30 to February 26 this year. Instruction is given in farm management, livestock production, field crops, soils and machinery maintenance and management. Full college credit is given. If the student wishes he may use this credit toward a 2 year certificate or a 4 year degree. 159 students enrolled in this course during the winter of 196465. Those interested in further information or a farm visit by Mr, Mitchell should contact Roger Hiemstra, county extension assistant at the Extension Office or call 295-2120. RUSE Dr. George Schoel of State Center captured the prize winning rose award of "Queen of the Show" at the recent Iowa State Rose Show in Spencer, The rose is a European bi-color, "Rose Gaujard", OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Three homes in the area are entertaining guests from an underprivileged area of Chicago for a week. Herbert Hernandez is at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert LeMont, Sherman Jenkins is with the Richard Kinseth family and Daisy Cosme is with the Carroll Olsons. The children are about 11 years old and the project was sponsored by the University Lutheran church at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson had a big surprise Sunday when their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ludwig and Cindy, arrived for a visit from Santa Monica, Cal. Other Sunday dinner and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hellickson and family of Havelock and Mrs. Hannah Hellickson of near Hardy. They celebrated the latter's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher attended the Iowa Junior Hereford Association Field Day at the Weise Hereford Farm at Manning Saturday, About a thousand persons were present at the event. Mr. and Mrs. Remit Fowler and grandson Lyndon were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Hansen home at Ren wick. Kris Meyer of Algona came Sunday to visit his grandparents, the Kerrait Fowlers, for a few days. Mr. andMrs. Chester Alme and Mrs, Roger Madsen and children went Sunday to spend a few days at Lake Okoboji. Mrs, Alfred Schultz is in charge of the store. Mr, and Mrs, Donald Cooper accompanied West Bend friends to Minneapolis Sunday where they saw the Twins beat the Yankees, Julie Banwart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart, spent the weekend at the Elmer Strahtn home at Sabetha, Kans. Steve Waechter celebrated his eighth birthday Friday. Guests were Mrs. Tom Bennett and sons and Mrs. Robert Waechter and Mark of West Bend. Mrs. Alma Nash of Alden, Minn., Mrs. Leona Daniel of Humboldt and Mrs. Olianna Vinaas went to Poulsbo, Wash, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas and other relatives for a few weeks. Joanna Vinaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinaas, will return with them to visit relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Balgeman and three sons of Cupertino, Cal., came Thursday to visit at the home of his sister, Mr. andMrs. Victor Meyer, for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem and Jeffrey attended the Bylund family reunion at Carroll Sun- day. Mr, and Mrs*. Me.vln Bratland of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann attended funeral services Tuesday at Clear Lake, Minn, for Wm. Schmidt, 97. He was the grandfather of Mrs. Bratland and Mrs. Wehrspann. Nidas Dermand Of Algona To Wed Aug. 28 Summer nuptials are planned by Virginia Marlene Archer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Archer of Mar Vista, Cal., and Leonidas (Nidas) Dermand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand, Algona. Miss Archer attended Santa Monica City College and is an airline hostess for TWA out of Los Angeles. Mr. Dermand attended John Hopkins University in Baltimore where he was affiliated with Alpha Delta Phi fraternity and was graduated from UCLA in 1959. Since then he has been with the Douglas Space and Missile Program. He is presently manager of community and employee relations for the Donald W. Douglas Laboratories, Santa Monica, Cal. He graduated from Algona high school in 1955. They will be married August 28 at the Neighborhood church By-the-Sea in Palos Verdes,Cal. File Bankruptcies Harry Duane Wray, and Carolyn Sue Wray, Algona, have filed separate bankruptcy petitions in Federal District Court at Fort Dodge last week. Each lists $4,054 in liabilities. 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