The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1965 · Page 6
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6—Algona (to.) Upper D« Motnei Thursday, December 2, 1965 Senera Girls In Style Show, Mason City SENECA - Mrs. Wayne Oline- mus accompanied In Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and daupliters, Julie and Kathryn of Lono Rock spent last Friday eveninp at Mason City whore they attended a style show at tbr Hanford Hotel. Their daughters, Shirley Ohnemus and Marparet Rier- stedt, participated in the show. The pirls aro students at Hamilton Business Collepe and representatives of the Charm class. - o - Mrs. Nellie Thorson of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown of Mason City were evening dinner guests of the August Nelsons. The dinner was a farewell courtesy for the Browns who have now left for Apache Junction, Arizona, where they will spend the winter months. Recent visitors at the Hans Duer home have been their daughter and family, Mrs. Robert Mayborn, of Albion, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Friest and daughter, Doren, of Fort Dodge, visited last weekend at the parental Alfred Petersons. On Sunday the Priests and the Peter- sens, also the C. O. Baileys and Kathy Merrill, and Mrs. Clarence Cheever and children of rural Ringsted, visited the Oscar Patterson home, rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent Thanksgiving Day with their son and family, the Dick Loofts at Minneapolis. Joining them for Thanksgiving dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft, Tommy and Sara of Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt entertained at Thanksgiving dinner. Guests included the latter's parents, the E. K. Jolin- sons of Fenton, also her grandmother, Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona, a brother and family, the Kenneth Johnsons of Feriton and her sister and husband, the Forrest Hannifans of Knoxville, Iowa. Thanksgiving weekend guests at the home of Nina Kracht and daughter, Linda Sue, included her son and family, the Roger Taylors, Mary Ann, Susan and Deanna, of Des Moines, also the former's mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona. Joining them for Thanksgiving Day dinner were Mrs. Edith Hayenga and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ha a se of Fenton. Tlie Plakjer American Lutheran Church Women held their Thank offering program at the church parlors recently. Mrs. Curt Olsen of Lone Rock presented Bible Study and Mrs. Henry Looft had charge of the devotions and the program. Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. David LooH pave a skit entitled, "The Tale of Two Treasure Chests." Pot-luck refreshments were served by Mesdames Melvin Bratrud, Edna Johannesen, Henrietta Thompson and Elmer Krause. Seneca Thursday Club's Thanksgiving dinner which was scheduled for Friday night at the Cecil Langermans was cancelled due to weather conditions in the area. Husbands of members were to have been the honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg entertained Martin Wilberg and Bob Wilberg for Thanksgiving Day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis visited last Sunday at the Harry Bonnicksen home at Armstrong. Bonnie Crouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and Rodney Jensen, son of the Roger Jensens are among the Kossuth young 4-Hers who spent the weekend in Chicago as a 4-H award trip. Accompaning the group as chaperones were Rodney's parents, the Roger Jensens. Wed Nov. 27 At Wesley BANCROFT By Mn. Lawrence Bergman Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McGuire and family, Titonka, moved into the Ed Schiltz home which they purchased several weeks ago. The Schiltzes moved to the Geo. Diers home until their new home is completed. Mr. and Mrs. John Brink left for an extended visit with their daughter and family, the Bob Malloys in Florida. Relatives from here attending the wedding of Virginia Gisch, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona, were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Mescher, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCleish and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mescher and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kienitz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCleish. PUMPKINS Pumpkins grow bigdownEddy- ville way. Lester Flanders has produced one weighing 110 Ibs. Enjoy the 'LUXURY of Real Leather Winter Boots, tot GIVE YOUR FEET A TREAT Step out this Winter in beautifully Styled Luxurious Leather . . . lined with a eoft, Rich Pile. The best available fashioned into winter boots by Glov-Ett .. ALL SIZES — ALL WIDTHS — ALL LENGTHS BROWN kill SHOE STORE ALCONA. IOWA Rita Ann Elsenbacher, daughter of Vincent Eisenbacher, and Albert R. Goranson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Goranson, Buf- falo Center, were married Nov. 27 at 10:00 at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher, uncle of the bride, performed the double ring cf-remony. The bride was attended by Mrs. Marlyn Hassebroek, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, Bridesmaid was Jane Eisenbacher, sister of the bride. Her [jersonal attendent wasMrs.Wm. Huglin. Best man was James Eisenbacher, brother of the bride, while Terry Krout was groomsman. Ushers were Tom Rafferty and Denny Helin. A dinner was held in the church hall following the ceremony. Margaret Lickteig was at the guest book, while Joyce Becker, Susan Smith, Mary Nelson and Helen Lickteig, opened gifts. Mrs. Evlon Goranson and Mrs. Vincent Smith, Buffalo Center, cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school and Hamilton Business College of Mason City, and has been employed at the Exchange State Bank, Wesley. He is a graduate of Buffalo Center high school and Iowa State University, Ames, and is employed at the Phillips Petroleum Co., Bartlesville, Okla. where the couple will make their home. (Poundstone Photo) HOBBY Henry Mahlum of Estherville makes many interesting and beautiful objects by inlaying bits of wood for plaques, chessboards and other pieces. Marquetry requires much painstaking work fitting different kinds of wood together, in various sizes and attaching them to a ply wood backing. He has been inlaying for over 20 years. ST RON6 CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "Love one another with brotherly affection; outdo one another in showing honor." — Romans 12:10 When we think of the word "honor", most of us think of it as a real and personal thing. It is our own personal honor at stake in given situations. We do not, on the other hand, give much thought to the idea that we should show some respect for the honor of others. Do we honor our elders? Our superiors? Our parents? Teenagers, particularly, do you have the proper respect for your parents? Do you recognize their authority and at the same time realize the great responsibility they bear as parents? Take one day of your life; use it to show honor and respect where such is due. You will find yourself a much brighter world. Read your BIBLE dally and 00 TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: THATTAK£S CARE QFYDURTRET HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. 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Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169 Thanksgiving Is Busy Time In Burt Homes BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gifford we re Thanksgiving guests of her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Campney spent Thanksgiving with her parents in Minneapolis. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney and children, Arnolds Park, spent Thanksgiving at the parental Walter Campney home. Robert Melville left on Monday for Ames where he enrolled at the Iowa State University. E. E. Pettis was the lucky guesser of the number of peanuts in a bag at the annual "Peanut Day" at Burt Hardware Saturday. He received a lunch travel kit. $11.36 was collected for retarded children. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson spent Thanksgiving with relatives at the Wesley Anderson home, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and J. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande joined relatives for a family Thanks- giving at the Dale Strutters farm home. The Struthers moved from their farm home east of Burt to a new home In Algona Friday. Thanksgiving weekend guests of the Larry Holdings were her father, the Paul Olsons, Redfleld, So. Dak., hor brother, Ladell and family, Georgia, and her brother, Larry Lynn and family from Indiana. All joined other family members for Thanksgiving at the Richard Bristows, LuVerne. Guests at the parental Walter Steward home over Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and family, Hazelcrest, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward and family, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darroll and Joyce, Estherville, Perry Steward, Muscatine, Karen and Timmy Steward, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. G, H. McMullen spent Tuesday with relatives at Albia. 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