Swea Couple Is Honored; Wed 40 Years SWEA-EAGLE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones were remembered by well over 140 friends and relatives to honor their 40th anniversary July 25 at their home in Swea township.* Their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones, were hosts for the event. Open house was held from 2 to 5 p. m. Lillian Stoutenburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; W. A. Stoutenburg, Algona, and Harold Jones of Tabor and "Knoxville were married at the Stoutenburg home at Algona, July 21, 1925, with Rev. A. A. English of the Presbyterian church officiating. Attendants were Mrs. Jones'nieces, Betty and Dorothy Budlong, who are Mrs. Howard Gartner of Titonka, and Mrs. Donald Buffington, Forest City, respectively. Mrs. Buffington poured coffee and Mrs. Gartner presided at the punch bowl Sunday. Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. Mary Budlong of Titonka, registered the guests, and Jane Johnson, daughter of the. Wallace Johnsons, and Valerie Jones, the couples' granddaughter, had charge of cards and gifts. A congratulatory call was received from Rev. and Mrs. Hammer of Gilmore City. Mr. Jones' four brothers and their wives, Ralph of Tabor, Myron of Glenwood, Dr. Guy of Carroll and Clifford and daughter, Margaret, were all present. Helping serve were Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Mrs. Weldon Brandt, Mrs. Wayne Jorgensen and Diane Gartner. The Jones lived at Knoxville after their marriage where he was the County Farm Bureau Extension agent of Marion county. She taught foods in the home economics department at the Knoxville school. GRAIN BIN HEADQUARTERS NEED MORE GRAIN STORAGE? 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Check these modern features: • Long Term—Low Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advance • Low Cost—No Fees or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Life Insurance Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, see us for a LAND BANK LOAN LATSJDBAISJK E. H, HUTCHINS, Manager Helen Haa* *:* Larry Severs** (South of Penoys to Algona) Tfcey farmed later west of' Burt and came to Swea township in 1937. The couple has one son, Gordon, and four grandchildren. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Himes of Los Alamos, New Mexico, came Friday evening to Mason City to visit his mother, Mrs. Louella Himes. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tprine visited them there Saturday. The Himes planned to come to Swea City to visit her parents Wednesday. Mr. Himes will stay until Sunday and Mrs. Himes and Lorine will stay at the Francis Torines for an extended visit. Wednesday for dinner and to spend the day visiting the Himes at the Torine home were the Himes and daughter, Mrs. Louella Himes and Warren, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. James Himes and daughters of Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse and Mrs. August Robison attended the funeral of Louis Urdahl at Willmar, Minn, last week. Her two nieces, Marlys and Phyllis Hall, are visiting this week at the Floyd Montgomery home. The girls live at Dolliver. Weekend guests at the Jack Reece home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pugsley and family of Des Moines. David is spending the week at the Reeces. The men are cousins. Directors of the Farmers Elevator and their families were guests at a picnic supper at the Kenneth Patter son home Wednesday evening. Present were the families of the Cecil Thoresons, Warren Brones, Albert Andersons, Leander Menkes, George Harners, Rudy Petersons and Kenneth Pattersons and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peters and Russell Parker. The Frank Spears and family of Sherburn and the Albert Andersons were visitors at the Johnie Tobin home one evening last week. s Ronald Roalson, son of the Harold Roalson's, is home on a 30-day leave from the Navy. Ronnie has been on an aircraft carrier and is just back from Viet Nam. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson and Mrs. Otto Larsen were Tuesday evening visitors at the Walter Magnusen home, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr were Thursday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson are visiting this week with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Earl DeZeeuw at Orion, III. and with relatives at Clinton. Terry Johnson is home from 6-months training in the National Guard at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He will report for monthly duty at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison attended the Robison reunion at Fort Dodge. About 40 relatives attended. 125 At St. Joe Achievement Day Riverdale Rustlei s Unit 11 attending Conservation Day held at Call State Park were Sandy O'Brien, Vicky McGuire, Linda Reding, and Michelle Thilges. The annual achievement show was given jointly with Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 on July 29, at St. Joe School with about 125 persons attending. A junior demonstration, "Tiny Bits of Stone," was given by Maribeth Thilges and Colleen Reding. Jane Reding and Michelle Thilges showed how to make "A Tray with a Future," A style revue was also held. Algona (la.) Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, August 10, 1965 The Mother-Daughter Tea was also held. Prizes were awarded to Lois Busch, Mary Kollasch, and Mrs. Marcel Reding. Hostesses were Mary, Jean, Joan, Jane, and Kathy Reding, Mildred Thul, Charlene, Paula, Michelle, and Maribeth Thilges and their mothers. 144 Motorbikes Registered Here Since January If Algona residents think there has been an increase in the number of motor-powered bikes, they are correct. In December of 1964, there were 34 licensed motor-bikes, which Included Hondas, Suzukis, power scooters and the large motorcycles. The number of licensed powered bikes jumped to 88 in January. In February the total grew to 92. As of the end of March, there were 100 "bikes" registered, and the total at the end of April grew to 112. In May, the number was 135, in June it was 163, and as of the end of July, the total of registered bikes is 178. ITEM: Summer is the best time to replace old-fashioned radiators with modern hydronic (hot water) baseboards. It's a fast and easy matter for the heating contractor today because improved design and use of pro-cut units. COME JOIN THE FUN AUGUST 20-29 DESMOINES THE ENTERTAINMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR IN IOWA THE ANDY WILLIAMS SHOW S/orrin; ANDY WILLIAMS IN PERSON! WITH THE OSMOND BROTHERS THE GOOD TIME SINGERS THE HALF BROTHERS • CANDY CANDIDO PETER PALMER ORCHESTRA I 5 FABULOUS NIGHTS, AUG. 24-28 YOUTH A GO GO —Night, Aug. 23 Teens and near-teens, here's your kind of show. Big, bright, fast-moving with a go-go beat. Big cast of teen favorites. A real rocker! TWO CHILLING THRILL SHOWS Afternoon & Night, Aug. 20 Afternoons, Aug. 23; 27 THE THRILLCADE JOIE CHITWOOD THRILL SHOW IOWA'S MOST EXCITING AUTO RACING BIG CAR BATTLES —Afternoons, Aug. 22; 28; Night, Aug. 22 LATE MODEL STOCK CAR CLASSICS- Sprints, Afternoon, Aug. 21; 29 • 250 Lap Marathon, Night, Aug. 29 SUPER-MODIFIED CLASHES —Night, Aug. 21 SEMI-MODIFIED RACES —Afternoon, Aug. 26 HARNESS RACING —Afternoons, Aug. 24; 25 HORSES, HORSES, HORSES APPALOOSA SHOW—Aug. 20, General Admission SOCIETY HORSE SHOW—Aug. 21-27, Box Seats, $2.00; Reserved, $1.50 WESTERN HORSE SHOW—Aug. 28-29, General Admission AND PONY OF AMERICA SHOW • PONY TEAM PULLING • TEAM PULLING • AMERICANA SHOW • ARABIAN SHOW • DRAFT HORSE SHOW • NATIONAL SHETLAND PONY CONGRESS IOWA'S GLORIOUS INDIAN HERITAGE LIVES AGAIN HUGE INDIAN VILLAGE • INDIAN ART EXHIBIT • INDIAN CORN HERITAGE EXHIBIT • INDIAN DECORATIONS • INDIAN ARROWHEAD FLAKING CHILDREN'S DAY—Friday, August 20 YOUTH DAY—Monday, August 23 TEEN TOWN—Iowa's Big Teen Fun Center! CENTURY 21 SURFACED MIDWAY FIREWORKS EVERY NIGHT CAMP AT THE FAIR SPECIAL. FEATURES BY THE SCORE $50,000 CELANESE. PARIS FASHION COLLECTION • IOWA STATE .FAIR TALENT CHAMPIONSHIPS • WOMEN'S BUILDING • BEST FROM THE SCIENCE FAIRS • ART EXHIBIT • PHOTO SALON • FESTIVAL OF BANDS • HALL OF BETTER LIVING • TRAVEL VILLAGE • FLOWER SHOW • BATON TWIRLING CONTEST • COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING • WILDLIFE EXHIBIT • WOMAN'S WORLD • COOKOUT KING CONTEST • STATE FAIR QUEEN CONTEST • CHAMPIONSHIP CHECKER TOURNAMENT • OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST • ARMED FORCES EXHIBITS • WESTERN SQUARE DANCE • NEW ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW • HALL OF HEALTH P MORE, MORE, MORE! AMERICA'S BIGGEST, FINEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION YEAR'S LARGEST MACHINERY SHOW IN IOWA NQW, TWO SEPARATE CATTLE SHOWS NEW TESTED SWINE CONTEST NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW IOWA QUALITY MEAT CONTEST POULTRY SHOW • RABBIT SHOW HALL OF CHAMPIONS, PARADE OF •.»CHAMPIQN5. AND THE NEW BLUE RIBBON ROAD SHEEP SHEARING CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM AND PONY TEAM PULLING 4-H, FFA 4-H HORSE AND PONY SHOW STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACTOR PULL AND FARM GADGET SHOW • AGRICULTURAL HALL • CORN AND GRAIN SHOW • FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHOW • RURAL FAMILY LIVING • BABY BARNYARD • CHAMPIONSHIP HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT. SO MUCH, MUCH , MORE! ORDER RESERVED SEATS NOW! Afternoon grandstand performances Mon., Aug. 23 thru Fri.; Aug. 27; Gold Circle, $2-50; Blue Chip Section, $2.00; Green Section, $1.60. All other grandstand performances) Gold Circle, S3.00; Blue Chip Section, S2.50; Green Section, $2.00. Send check or money order to: SECRETARY, IOWA STATE FAIR, DES MOINES. Children under 12 admitted free to fairgrounds throughout the fair.
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