Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 25, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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ton, Ohio, St. Cloud, Mid 0*t< tanna* Mirm., CtAfefatit, Spe* <*r, Alexandria and S»us •MM, •&••&, Portage, Dayton and Mtddteton, Wis., Spirtt Lake, Uke Ptrtt, Moinea, cteghom, ftuittm It. Am* Auiiflary R Robin Bridge wilt togta y with in Am*, Cherokee, Sioux Oky, October tftfHigh May with tAe uT'^MKl Wrfey.Quttnby, Auf^t.Mar- exception <Tbe&ifiib*, TV {£• £&]£* in tf« hem *f Mr. and MM, tele ftfAhiffi Lang teach, cu*, fertweU Uteet Bend and the Advance... — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALOONA — Married at West Bend Ottosen — Ann Ludwig, daughter of the Clem Ludwigs was married to Loren George Seely, son of the Max Seelys, Spirit Lake, at St. Peter and Paul church at West Bend, September 2 at 11:30 a.m. The Rev. Urban Rupp, Dayton, Ohio, uncle of the groom, officiated at the double ring ceremony. He was assisted by Rev. Bernard Weber, cousin of the bride. Also present ia •the sanctuary were Rev. Elmer Thom, Spirit Lake, and Rev. Louis Greving, West Bend. Mrs. John Vint was the vocalist. Joan Seely, Spirit Lake, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mrs. Michael Lott, Des iMoines, was bridesmaid. John Vint, was best man and John Ludwig, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Ushers were John Riser, Robert Elsor, Leon Ludwig and Glen Ludwig. A luncheon and reception was held in the church. Mrs. Vernon Johnson, Rockwell City, had the guest book. The Dale Struthers, Algona, were dining room hosts. Mrs. Henry Mcrtz, poured coffee. Mrs. William B. Stone and Mrs. Stephen Haigh served punch. Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. John Elser and Mrs. Robert Elser cut the cake. The Earl W. Stevens helped with the gifts. They went on a weeks honeymoon trip to the northern states. She is a graduate of the West Bend high school, attended Iowa State university at Ames, and was employed by Dr. Alfredo Socarras in Des Moines. He is a graduate of Northeast Missouri State College in Kirksville, Mo., and will attend graduate school at the university in Columbia. They will live at 615 Morningside Drive, Columbia, Mo. Guests attended from Day- Rev, Milo Oailey and Mr. Jerry Chiles of St. Thomas Episcopal Church attended a conference on the Healing Ministry, Thursday, Sept. 21 at Fairmont, Minn. Visitors from Kenyon, Texas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Leigh were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Eason. While in Algona they also visited relatives in LuVerne. Sandra Pergande, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albsirt Pergande returned to Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nebr. on Sept. 9 where she will be a Junior this year. BUI Kraft in charge of golf and Mrs. Roland Ostwaid is hostess for the luncheon and cards, Winners Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 20 in bridge were -.Mrs. Merlin Baker, Mrs, Bill Navoichick and Mrs. John Kdhlhaas. Mrs. Harold Gilmore was hostess. Sept. 27 is the last Wednesday of the summer lunohetta and bridge. deadline for registration Is Tuesday, Sept. 26 as pairing will be made on Wednesday. Contact MM, John Shaw of •Mrs. fid Adanu to regiatef' .for the'Hound Robin. Proceeds will go to St. Ann, Jo Maria Hildamheldt, two year old daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. James Heiderscheidt was honored Friday afternoon, Sept. IS on her birthday. Wishing Jo Marie a Happy Birthday were Mr*. Gerald Kramer and two children, Mrs. Virginia Dodds and daughters, Mrs. Joe Wagner and son, Mrs. Jerold Puffer and son, Mrs. James Grisham and Leland and Miss Doreen Johnson. A birthday lunch was served and gifts presented to the honoree, \ Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Young visited at the home of Mrs. Young's mother, Mrs. iMary Fries on Saturday, Sept. 16. MP Homing ii A tarotfttr erf Mrt. rarflhim and w«r« VWt- ofa here over th« Sept i week* t Matt w*re visited on Sunday afternoon, Sept. i? by Mr. tuntMif iwete 6f Aftother«Ue*<rM .*** .AM* Hlfi*,;Piatt'i mother, Mr* na Hfltenga W«mpe'«. : •tnte ntttte of MrHV PieduUi.i . parenta, Mr., and Mfi» .MMr* nard Wenipe, who farm near TerriU, la, over the Sept. IS Sept 7, te Bradley. to New Ydffc and from there by boat io Naaiau. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundat returned Monday from a fishing trip to Alexandria, Minn, The Sundets left on Friday, Sept. 15. Bel Canto Music Club will meet Wednesday, Sept. 27 for a 1 o'clock luncheon at' the Johnson' House. Officers for the 1967-68 season are Mrs. Dick Burt, president; Mrs. Nat Bangs, Vice Pres; Mrs. Everett Steven, Secretary; Mrs. Dick Thoreson, Treasurer; Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, Historian; Mrs. W. B. MacDonald, Librarian and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, Publicity. Tht ladies golf, luncheon and cards event will take place Wednesday, Sept. 23 at the Algona Country Club with 'Mrs. Dick Thoreson and Mrs. A family gtt-to-gathtr wai held recently at the home at Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schumacher in honor of Mr. Galen Terwilliger who left Tuesday, S&pt. 19 for Viet Nam. Attending the farewell were Mr. and Mlrs. Clifford Terwilliger of Humboldt, father of Galen, and others attending from Humboldt were three brothers of Galen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Terwilliger, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Terwilliger and Duane Terwilliger. Other out of town members of the fam-*- ily were Mr. and Mrs. James, Terwilliger of Livermore and: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baker of Winterset, who are former residents of Algona. From Air gona were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. James Heiderscheidt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Puffer, the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schumacher and daughter Cindy, and the guest of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Terwilliger and family. There are fourteen children of the Clifford Terwilligers and ten of the fourteen were: able to be present for the family farewell. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Farman Heinen on Saturday, Sept. 16 were their twin grandsons. The boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heinen of Humboldt who attended a wedding in Dubuque. 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