The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 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 27, 1965
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lumpy, July g, , Mi AlgMia (In.) tlfft, DM Burt Man Is Wed BURT - The church of the Good Shepherd, Winchester, Term., was the setting for the late June wedding of Barbara Ruth King, Winchester, and Larry A. Hinckley, Burt. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of white baroness satin with a chapel-length train. The bodice and skirt has lace appliques. Her chapel viel fell from an open crown pillbox. She carried a bouquet of white stephanotls centered by a large white orchid. For golng-away she wore a two- piece white knit suit. Attending the bride as matron of honor wasMrs.HaroldDenton, and Joyce Baker was bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Harold Batt and Dennis Hammerstrom. Ushers were Duane Hinckley and John King. A reception f<5r 50 guests was held at the church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Ruth Dewald was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Bill Schatz cut and served the wed- ding cake and Mrs. DonThomsen poured. An open house reception honoring the couple was held at the Burt Methodist church, July 18, with Mrs. Marvin Neibuhr registering guests. Brenda Holding was gift page, Mrs. Percy Bartelt poured and Mrs. Wilfred Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn, served the punch. -Kitchen and dining room hostesses were members of the Inez circle. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. King, Winchester was graduated from Franklin county high school, Winchester, and received a degree In nursing from the St. Thomas School of Nursing, Nashville, Tenn. She will pursue her profession in Des Moines. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt, graduated from Burt high school and for the past 8 1/2 years has been employed as an installer for the Western Electric Co. The Hlnckleys are at home in Des Moines following a Honeymoon through the south. Silver Wedding Honors For Wesleyans, July 11 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weir were honored at their home in Wesley, July 11, on the observance of their silver wedding anniversary, 1 with their children as hosts and hostesses. j The children are Mrs. Edw. k Otis of Wesley, Gene, Terry and Bill at home. Gene left the next day for Uie army. Approximately 130 relatives and friends called and many cards were received through the mail. Mrs. Leland Knudtson of Estherville poured, and Mrs. Harold Nichtern of Fairmont served the cake, which was baked by Mrs. Ray Fry of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Weir were married July 7 at Graettlnger, Iowa, In 1940. Their attendants were Alice Weir (now Mrs. Forrest Perdue) and Harold Nichtern. Guests came from a wide area, including Wyoming and Minnesota, for the occasion. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR. NITURE fr«*ckiM4l feafer - To State Camp Petrea Thoreson of Swea City, county 4-H girls vice-president, and Rod Scuffham, Algona, county 4-H boys' president, will be attending the State Leadership Camp at Madrid during the last week of July. Reuben Skow, a Kossuth County 4-Her, attended an earlier session as a Farm Bureau representative and two young people from the sponsorship of area Coops, Ron Johnson and Vicki Detmerlng, both from Wesley, will attend the session with Rod and Petrea. FOSTER MOTHER A fox terrier on the Glen Eads farm northeast of Preston is raising two kittens there. Tbe kittens' mother was killed when they were only two weeks old. When the kittens were rescued by Mr. Eads and taken to the barn to try to feed and raise them there, the fox terrier jumped Into the box and took over the job. Bride-To-Be, LuVerne, Is Given Shower Miss Sharon Smith ol Iowa Falls, a bride-elect, was honored with a pre-nuptial shower in the LuVerne Methodist church fellowship rooms Saturday evening July 17 with 35 attending. Hostesses were Mrs. Billy Hardcopf, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. Irwin Jergensen, Mrs. Mervyn Bristow, LuVerne, Mrs. Wayne Smith, Clear Lake, Mrs. Jerald Smith, Iowa Falls, and Mrs. Lillian Chambers, Corwith. Games were played in charge of Mrs. Hardcopf. Assisting in opening gifts were Mrs. Floyd Etes and Mrs. Roger Swift, Iowa Falls, sister-in-law and sister of the bridegroom-elect. Miss Smith will be married to Gary Etes of Iowa Falls August 1, in the LuVerne Methodist Church. - o - Mrs. Ray Agard, son Gary, of LuVerne, and daughter Miss Linda Agard of Fort Dodge, left for a weeks vacation visiting in Denver, Colo., with a former girl friend of Mrs. Agard, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Canagaandfam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom visited in Shell Rock with their son the Donald Bjustrom family. The seven' year old grandson Gregory Bjustrom returned for a vacation with them. Guests in the C.W. Bjustrom home are her aunts, Mrs. Laura Scott Johnson of Atlantic, Iowa, .and Mrs. Myrtle Maloneyof Aus(• . _. . _ ' ' Legal Notice NOTICE OF DECISION OF THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa has denied a variance from the terms of the Zoning Ordinance in connection with the application of Paul- Carlson at 713 S. Harlan, in order^ to permit constructing of a carport. Any person aggrieved by this decision may present to the District Court of Kossuth County a Petition for review within thirty days from the 20 day of July, 1965. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By E. Barr Chairman (55) 2n, Minn., Mrs. Johnson, 84, was reared in the home of the ,ate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart In LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marty, his nephew and niece Marty and Martha Bowman are on a vacation trip to New York State. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy and 'ier brother, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Heinkel of Danville, Iowa, left recently for a few days outing and fishing in Minnesota where the Jack Guy's have a summer cottage. Dennis Hansen of Irvlngtonhas been on vacation visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. Norman Wegner concluded his visit here with his father, Richard Wegner and family and returned to Bismarck, N. Dak., where he is a technician in a clinic there. Enroute here he attended a weeks school at Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Harlan Helm, Greene, Iowa, attending summer school at Duluth, Minn., spent a week end with Mrs. Helm, Rhonda and Robin, at the parental Albert Heftl home. Mrs. John Stampka visited recently in the Mrs. Mabel Olson home in Humboldt with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Olson Whitson of Tempe, Arizona, and daughter, Sonna Sue visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schnetzer of Renwlck are parents of an eight pound, seven ounce son, Dale Robert, born Tuesday, July 3, 1965, at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. They have an older son, Dean. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Schnetzer, LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Waltz, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agard visited several days in Cedar Rapids and at the Amana Colonies. Achievement Show The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club will hold their Achievement Day Show at 7:30 p.m. July 26 at the Legion Hall. The public is invited to attend. LEMON An Iowa-grown lemon weighing 12 ounces was produced on a lemon tree owned and cultivated by Mrs. Otto Buenger of Tripoli. The tree is five years old and bore its first fruit a few weeks ago. Need Money to BUILD OR EXPAND? Get a Loan You Can Live with! Expansion can mean extra profits—and the way you expand can make the difference. A Land Bank loan on land lets you grow safely, profitably. 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