Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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4*<*Aif«n! (id**) Advane* THURSDAY, NOV. 2,1 .Ml Harvey play to be at C-W to St Ann hoBpiUl, Atgcni, Sunday for m**cal oare. Sut»d»y gueats it Alvin Becker's for Michael's first *Ab^BteMk«4^^^^tti ^^^uU^ ik^^^ oonununion WBR am. school Friday Wesley — The popular Broadway play "Harvey" wifl be given by the Corwith-Wesley Dramatic class Friday evening, Nov. 10, in the Corwith Auditorium. The story of Harvey is one that presents both humor and sadness, as Elwood P. Dowtl, who imagines he lias a' 6 foot white rabbit, as his best friend, is finally taken to a sanitarium. Peter Niedziclski plays the roll of Elwood Dowd, and Douglas Dornbier plays a supporting role as Lyman Sanderson, M.D. come fine bride df -Mike Cruise November i§, Mrs. Gtedin* MlliifvHif' bin and Jan**, Mft. fitttd Klein and Mary, and Mrs, Clarence tternbfer attended une Becker ind Jifltfn*; ttii ths funeral « life CUftnet HaroW Beckers, AlgoM; the Kutz, 47, at Rockwell Otty fW^ Al Hutntees, R«**e*l; Joi day. Mrs. Kutz ww the trite Youngs, and Don and Jeftn of a nephew of ^J***' WUte, Gttwr, bier and the late Joe Mfflet. The Louis Simpsons have Sunday guesfc « tteUM the* first grandchild, a boy Studcfs for Michelle s first born Sunday in the Brttt ho* communion wet* tfie Andrew pital to the Richifd (Linda) Reisings, PhiHp Studert Sta e cyvills, and the Fred SchneHd- ers, Humboldt. Guerts Sunday at Merle Foxes, 7 Ite., 16 ozs., and has been named Richard LouiiY The new father will arrive 'home Friday from Ft. Sill, Edward Bisenbacher was given a birthday party at his home Sunday evening. Self- invited guests were Vine Eisenbachor, Mrs. Norbert HUbert, Larry and Connie; the Clarence Nelsons and Kathy Strauih, Charles Nelsons, Charles and Paul, Richard Hammonds, and Joe EisenibadliL'T, all of Wesley and the Joe .Sluders and Joan Kay of Algona. The guests brought and served lunch. The Legion Auxiliairy will meet Tuesday evening, November 7. A county meeting will be held here in the Legion hall Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 14. The regular CDA monthly mealing will be held Tuesday evening, November 14.' A CDA workshop will be held •here Sunday afternoon, November 12. St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, November 21. •The Franklin Bodes had as Sunday guests for Carol's first communion, the Herman Bodes, Ray Kollasches, Ken* neth and Dennis Haveirlys, all of Wesley, and tihe Kenneth Proliaska's, Garner. About 30 relatives attended a Pills family reunion Sunday in St. Joseph's parish .hall. The Ed Weigs, Hubbard, and their son Jerry and family, Marshall-town, were Saturday overnight guests at Joe Weig's and all attended the reunion. Sunday guests at Larry GrandganeU's for Alan's first communion we're the A. J. •Grandgarret t.s and Jim, St. Benedict, and the LeRoy Grandganetts. The Dennis Ginks had as Sunday guests for Randy's first communion, the Brckas, Britt; Louis Ferstls, Mrs. Sally Cink and Mike Cink, all of Algona. The Herman Bodes moved over the weekend from their farm southeast of Wesley into the residence in the south part of town, which they purchased from the Ray Kleins. The latter couple moved to Spirit Lake where they built a new house. Becky Hilbert, employed by the Home Gas Co. in Minneapolis, and Mary Hilbert, employed in the Marquette National bank there, spent the weekend in the parental Norbert Hubert's and attended the wedding of their cousin Jane liist'iibaciher Saturday. 'Marjorie LicjUeig was one of 22 who received first communion Sunday in St. Jos- epih's Catholic church. Guests at Tom Lickteig's were the Lou LickUngs, Albert Lick- teigs and Marjorie and Dennis Pottlioff, Helen Lickteig, Cedar Rapids, and Don Paul- soni, Mason City. Guests Sunday at Gerald- Kirseh's for Debra's first cbmmunion were the Alfred Redings and Sharon and Peter Redings, Bode, and the Joel Redings, LuVerne. George Hirner entered Mercy hospital, Mason City Thursday, Oct. 26 for medical care. Mrs. Helen Youngwirth and Mrs. Luke Nygaard are •also patients there and relatives visit them frequently. The Vernon Meyers, Bancroft, were Sunday guests at the 'parental, Lou Ricke's Sunday for the first comanunr ion of her brother Raymond Rioke. Guests Sunday at Donovan Studer's for Roger's first •communion were his grand- parenlts, the Herman Studers and Ben Higgins family, Ayrshire. Daniel Youngwirtih receiv- •first holy communion Sijjn- •djay and guests ait Victor Youngwirth's were the Bill McGwires, Wesit Bend, jaiujl Will Fa-ndels, Whittemora *J|rs. Ed Cruise entertained § 'group of women Sunday af- at a pre-niuptial for Marie Nelson, of the Lief Nelsons, Miss Nelson wil be- Lees's for Debra's^ first^ com- okla., 'having completed hi* "-*—-" four months training with the army reserve. Linda his been living with her parents. Nate Studer, Mike and Rich, spent several days last week at the American Royal Livestock dhow. They showed 10 head of Shorthorn cattle. Nate's father, Ben G. Studer also attended. Sunday guests at Larry Youngwirth's for Dean's first communion were the Dick Mays, LuVerne; Al Erpeld- ings, Luke Youngwirths, and Tom Forburgers. Sunday guests at G. M. Studer's for Jeff's first com- rmlnion were the Lakry Langs, Mason City, Everett Ackersons and Mrs. Viola Studer. There will be no classes in St. Joseph's parochial school Friday as Parent-Teachers conference will be 'held. The A. J. Weirs, Lake Field, Minn., were Monday guests of his brother, the Ralph Weirs. Tuesday they attended the funeral of an uncle, John Smith, at Waterloo. Operetta to be given Friday at Burt gym Burt — The Burt High mixed chorus is presenting the Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta lolanthe, Nov. 3 alt 8 '*"* *"" * ••***** ** *w» a^v-uu +* «.utJV . __ . . __ ^^ communion were the Lloyd P- m - >n Burt^gym. Mrs. Erna munion were the Robert Loss? 5, Dean Losses, Pat Murphy s, Algona, and the Joe. Krieps family, Mrs. TUlk Matz, and Mike Froehlich. Mrs. Justine Becker returned Friday from a visit with the Mark Beckers in Dubuque and relatives in Cascade. Joyce Becker and Mary Hilbert, employed in Minneapolis, spent the weekend at 'their parental home. Mike Studer, son of the Nate Studers, arrived home several weeks ago from 18 months service in the army in Freberg, Germany. En- route home he spent several days in Chicago, 111. with his brother Tom who is employed as herdsman at the Royal Tartan Farm. Rhonda Forburger, received first communion Sunday, and breakfast guests at Kenneth Forgurger's home were the Ijarry Youngwirths, Tom Forburgers, Mrs. John Lickteig and the Urban Lickteigs. The Frank Beiggers and Jo Ann, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Joe Goetz's. The Herman Studers and Mrs. Hazel Studer visited the Francis Delgedas at iMaple Island, Minn., and the Duane Hatlatis at Albert Lea, Minn., October 22. The James Beckers, Bancroft, were Sunday callers at Tom Becker's. The men are brothers. The Tom Beckers received word recently their son Martin had arrived in Vietnam. He is in the army. Sunday guests at Clarence Golwitzer's for Dean's first Joel Smith, Mart* Bradley sang several Maflffwe'en songs accompanied by Kathy Patterson. Pumpkin pie ftftd whipped cream and coffee were served to 37 members in the Home. Vice president. townships in ftossuth fttet at the Algona Methodist church HVI CANDIDAT f S *» .foe TB a^JfealtlhAssp, dty eifectiofi is NW. 1 witl, ,^»oft fon.lunehedn Oct. 2t flv« candidates, Ray ftreni- s^ved t by the WSCS. and AH Valerians Bay wilt be L . . b •• ti . u ; . . A» * , A tLUE SlftDS MEET The October meeting of the Burt Blue Biros 4-H dub WM hold at ttodteile Smrchet'4 Oct. 14. Talks were given by Sharon Tigge*. LehtUce Wait' man and Cheryl Kruse. Demonstrations were by Jean Lynch, Rochelle Sarchet and Cheryl Kruse. Award night was planned. A special meeting was held by the leaders and top officers Oct. 20 to pl'an the award night program. Jean Lynch presided ait the meeting because of the absence of the president and il fif^vt- fir^lmf finri obseifved Nov. 7 at Burt Leg- Bd r&8E& "iSSffiffi '-« u *" : « rith a * <flrt ** hM latttr two are expiring. SCOUTS AT MUStUM iofi Hall with a 6:30 pot luck supper. All veterans and fahr ilies are welcome, BHng covered dish, sandwiches and Njrtete&n cub scouts, Mrs. **$*, s ^? ee - . ' ' , Wiliiifn^Giddings, Mhi. »u^ Joel Ohipnan is speAdtog AM. Mabeger, Mrs. Ddn Lar< sevafal mon ' ths ln Des son and the Johnny Spears visited the Kossuth Historical Museum in Algona Oct. 27. The Johnson Company, Algona started excavation work Monday on the basement of Frank Ryerson home in Burt on the street west of the 'Methodist church, west of the Arie Dittmer home. Chairmen of towns and r at the rehabilitation cent* er. There are 30 boys there receiving therapy and taking aptitude tests to help them adjust and find employment. The Christy Olsons and four children, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and the Glenn Gra< hams, AJgotnia, were guests Sunday at Jay D. Graham for Mr. Graham's birthday. Tha Olsons also called on the C. B. Chipmans Sunday. Bancroft girl is married LINDA ELSBECKER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Elsbecker, Bancroft, was married to Bernard Veak Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Veak Sr. of Essex, Saturday, Oct. 21 at St. Theresa's Catholic church in Des Moines. The bride's sister, Mrs. James Cowan of Algona, served as matron of honor and Jenny Keith, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Tom Drake of Des Moines was best man and Jim Cowan, Algona, was groomsman. A reception followed the ceremonies in the church parlor. The couple is now at home in Des Moines where he is teaching. She attended Fort Dodge Community college and Mankato Business College and he is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State College. ItinNMftlimHMHIIIIHHIHtMHIHIIIIIIIMIIMIIIItlHHHIHtHMHtllllllMIMIHIMMHHMIMIIIMMUIIMHHtmM Vogts, Spring Valley, Minn.; Matt Weyderts and 'Mike Sdhrnuths, Algona, and the Kenneth Krapps, Bancroft Guests at Bill Koppen's Sunday for JeffreyTs first communion were A. J. Renger and Joseph, Bancroft, the Robert Lickteigs, Algona, Eu- .gene Flaigs, Algona, and the L. S. Kopperts. Sunday guests at Mike Vitzthum's for Wayne's first communion were the George Vitzthums, George Rickes, Ronnie and Janice, and Jim Schumacher, Algona. Mrs. Ben J. Studer, Danny and Lori spent Friday in Whittemore with her mother, G rover is the director. The cast is Janet Becker, liinda Backer, Patty Sheirbpn, Connie Shsirbon, Jill Smith, Marcia Soderberg, Jim Ruhnke, John Fries, Howard Batt, Dave Stiltz, Kevin Fraser. The story is about a fairy loCanllhe who was banished from her fairy ring for life by ''her queen because she maifried a mortal Lord Chancellor. She chose to live at <the bottom of the stream so .vhe could be near her son £ijr:iphon who is a fairy down to this waist. The fairies all fuses to give it so Strephon goas to has mother for sympathy. The Peers and Phyllis enlter and see Strephon and Mia rathe together and Phyllis thinks that Strephon is being untrue so she gives her heart to the leader of the Peers Lord Tolioller and Lord Mountararat. Tickets are being sold by membars of the choruis or ait the door. GIRL SCOUT AWARDS The Girl Scout Investure Service was held Oct. 25 after school at the grade school Uibrary with the mothers as guests. The Flag ceremony was given by members of. each troop and verse ; of America was sung. Bernadine Opheiim presented Brownie First membership Awards to five new Brownies. Barbara Pannkuk presented membership stars to three third grade Brownies. In the Jun- •Mrs. Cecelia Berger for her < * ue ^" *° pardon ne f- . _ ° llflfrtnn l.«ilnm4iViA <«><Jfri lave Ijlanthe very much, so ior Scouts. Vera Bradley pre- after 25 years of banishment senited cards and stars to the they finally convince the 76th birthday. The frwin Hildmans attended the funeral of her father, Ed Ramus, 80, Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Lutheran church in LuVerne. Ed Htldmaji was admitted When lolanthe returns to the fairies she introduces them to Strephon. Strephon is engaged to marry Phyllis, a ward of Lord Chancellor lyP VM M I Ikt Mm* f.mou, „ _. . oo our Easy Pay Pao Baidges for backyard fun earned when camping at Dol- iliver and three sewing badges and two penpal badges were given. Troop Crest is Star of Bethlehem: Ruth Pat- •tErsco. presided. The girl scouts served cookies, sandwiches, coffee and punch. VISIT COUNTY HOME The Gerontology committee of Burt Woman's club, Elva Boeitibtcher, Arlene Manus, Darlene Herrick, Janice Troutman, and eight children in the lower grades visited the Kossuth Home Oct. 28 with program, and gifts. The children, Jos Stenzel, Brenda Jurgens, David Batt, Lori JVIanus, Danny Manus, Joe, at Conway Bros. - First of Iowa Corp. 108 N. MOORE STREET — ALGONA/ IOWA MEMBER CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE NOVEMBER 10,1967 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. DROP IN FOR A FREE GIFT AND SAY "HELLO" TO D. M. Conway ft Executive Vic*-Pr«*id«nt FREE GIFTS — DOOR PRIZES Lyman J. Clark Commodities Manager REFRESHMENTS Conway Bros. - First of Iowa Corp. Ray JMikar Bill Clasing Algona Office Manager Emmetsburg Representative I 4, 5 and 6 graders. Darlene Herrick presented dance badges to those who demonstrated four types of drawing, the square dance, the fox trot, rock and roll, and wailtz. All were to record but they must have the Lord music. Vera presented cards Chancellor's consent. He re- and stars to the Cadets. NEDV DODGE The n , ewtest truck fr ° m the Do <te e Boys has a split personality. It has brute "* *^^^*^"*» muscle to spare during the toughest workday Yet it's nice enough to drive ADVENTURER t( ? c ^ urc !? $1 Sunda X- With options that include plush bucket seats and a **** 1 mtW m «f dd«l yinyl roof. The most functional truck ever built-r-ppwerful, tough and luxurious. The New Adventurer. Available only from the Good Guy$, who have a history of offering you the best for the least. Htrt it wbtrt tlit eurt is) PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 $0. PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA, IOWA See AFL Football Sundays on NBC. Check your local listings for exact time and station. )CHRYSLER noN

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