Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 16, 1967
Page 8
Start Free Trial

Golden wedding lfefla (Iowa) Advance TH5RIDAY,NOV,1*,1H7 T-— *^iH^ A -*.••- -'n-J .' *-•-'. •-'^-f...-'- 4r-.-.^. -rJ^a Story City Sunday •fU and saw Mrs. Hartf 'i new Ei4. M f*ni Good Nei Mfltiftal ti ^.lAfcH ' Vat %r%r%f I"w.,lBi, €11.1 MATH MItTMMY- Tom, am <rf Mf.Jflid, MM., MR. AND MRS. William Peterson, Titonka, will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Friday, November 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Methodist church in Titonka. Hosts are their children, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. No invitations are being sent. They request no gifts, please. "Countess Maria Pulaski" Will bo Guast Spaakar at Taylor's 9th Annual Banian Party to ba hold Nov. 28 at tha Algona Country Club at 6:30 p.m. Rax Taylor, of tha Taylor Imp). Co. of Algona, announced today that they wara vary fortunate to obtain "Coun- ta*» Maria Pulaski", as Guast Spaakar for their Banian Party and Dinnar to ba hald Nov. , „- , 28th. Tha "Countess" is en- route to Hollywood where a pictura will ba made based upon her ramarkable experiences as a spy. Tha Countess sarvad with great distinction as an aspionaga agent for one of tha Allies during tha late War. She was in her notive Poland at tha time of tha Nazi invasion. She ascapad to tha safety of England and latar became an Allied Spy, and sarvad with great distinction throughout tha war. She was on duty in Berlin during tha last desperate attack, which wiped out German Resistance. Evan after her rola was known to tha German high command, she rafusad to laava her post. • Tha Countess will give all tha guests soma of tha highlights of her axpariancas. Taylors have bean fortunate during tha past nina yaars to hava outstanding speakers for their guests. This year they faal especially fortunate.—Adv. and Irene ileen Johnson, Muehe. UNION SERVICE The congregations of the "'"• "'T'T"'""'!,i" v '" w * local Methodist Church and Vinc Baenbadier, will marry 'the Evangelical Free churches will hold union Thaniks- giving services at the latter church on Nov. 22. Men of the Methodist Church will hold a supper in the church Nov. 16. CDA workshop held Sunday at Wesley Wesley — A CDA workshop was held Sunday afternoon in Sit. Joseph's parish 'hall, with 80 women attending. They were from Whittemore, West Bend, Waterloo, Pocahontas, St. Benedict, Algona, Spencer, Ankeny, Bode, Emmetsburg, Perry, Garner and Wesley. Jessie Maley, Waterloo, State Regent of the CDA, Anna Store, Pocahontas, State Secretary and Marcella Fandel, Whittemore, State Monitor, we're on the program as were a number of district _., . .. . . deputies and chairmen. Ques- Clt y> visited her mother, Mrs. toons from the question box Laura R»di*er, and Jack Sunby to the Nelson*, them a family of 6 mum and 4 daughters. Mrs. Nelson is the former Velma Manig. The detUi Studcrs visMed his aister, Sister Mary Julius <RJta), at Cresco, and his brother, the Philip Studcrs at Stacyville Sunday. The J. P. Studen, Algona, called briefly at Cletus Stud* er's Friday. They had Just returned from a three week tour with the Notre Dame Dad's dub to Rome, the Holy Lands and many other historic places. The Studers are former Wesley area residents. Father Gerald Zeiman was speaker Sunday evening in the Methodist Church at Cor- wtth at their school of Missions, which they observe four times a year. Weekend guests at L. T. Root's were the Tom Roots and three children of Council Bluffs, Carol Root, Minneapolis, and Marianne .La Porta, Chicago. Ronnie Root left Wednesday for army service. The Dan-ell Robinsons, Decorah, were Sunday guests at the parental, Clare Robinson's. Circle one of the Methodist WSCS met Wednesday, Nov. 15 with Mrs. Merle Rasmussen. Circle two met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Laura Walker. The evening circle met Wednesday evening with Mrs. David Rasmus. The Ben Wagners, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with his parents, the Al Wagners. iMrs. Ralph Weir and her daughter, Mrs. Edward Otis and children spent Friday with Mrs. Weir's father, Harvey Nichtern and wife in Spencer. The Tom Vitzthums, Laurens, visited his parents, the George Vitzthums, and his sister, the Luke Youngwirths, Thursday evening. G. M. Studer, Howard Miller, Don Deal and Ken Simonson, Algona went to Ames Thursday for an all day Lindsay soft water district sales meeting. The new office in Britt will have a grand opening Saturday. Mike Cruise and Marie Nel- . son will be married Saturday at 10:30 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. The Lowell Erdmans, Decorah, visited his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and at his sister, Mrs. Charles Vestrem's Sunday. The Stan Johnsons, Solon, were weekend guests at G. M. Studer's. The Johnsons are former Wesley and Britt residents. The Lee Goetzes and Halthy visited the Dennis Vitzthums <at Estherville Sunday, Jim Eisenbacher, , son of The Good Will Industry truck made a pickup in Wesley Tuesday. Clothing and other articles that are usable, can be left at the Methodist Church by any one desiring to donate to the Industry. St. Joseph's Guild will meet in the parish hall Nov. 21, Circle 10 will be hostesses. Connie Riehter, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Frank Richter's. The Ed Dusolds, Mason visited the Jack Nelsons at were answered by Father dav ; T , R. W. Phillips and Miss Maley. . lMrs - Lulu H »mg and Irene Marcella Fandel of Wihitte- more gave an explanation of the CDA rituals. A number of prizes were 'awarded to the attendants. Cookies and coffee were served by the serving committee. Mrs. Mary Rockwood is Grand Regent of the local court. Shirley Wimmer Saturday Nov..25 at Danbury. Relatives received word of the birth of a girl to the Girard Strouths, Reading, Minn., November 8. Mrs. Strouth is the former Ruth Mary Eisenbacher. They now have a family of a son and five daughters. The baby has been named Theresa Marie and weighed 8 IDS., 3 ozs. Sunday guests at Albert Lickteig's were her brother, the Jack Reisbergs, Carroll, and sister, Mrs. Anton Bueld, Fort Dodige. Dick Reising, Ft. Leonard Wood, spent the weekend at the parental Andrew Reising's. He will receive his dis- ctosfrge this weekend, having served two years in the army, one year in Vietnam. The Andrew Reisings visited ' her . father Hilary Engel at Oarnaroon Sunday. A nttMf KMtifftt yvtithf Karl Krumm, MMI *f Mr,? and Mri. Mai Kfumm af 1t\p»tt and toMtolf «f Swaa City» WM MfiNNi ffl§ "Prt p el th. Wtd«" V »h« DM Maine* Raflfttar lilt Wttttt I Hw 0VflMr KrIWnfll WM a former dark af Hit State tank of Iwea City •nd waft MmMlf •lint aMi« late in hit yaunpar day*. Tht family left Swaa City in 1W1, moving to Tripoli where he It now an execu* tlvt vie* president of the bank there. Karl Krumm led Tripoli to a lino tea- son, tcoring 29 touchdown* and gaining 1,446 yards. Ha U coniidarad a flno college proipact and rank* 6th in his class. Franzenburg to speak here on Saturday The Democratic Central Committee announced today that State Treasurer Paul Franzenburg will be celebrating his birthday when he appears at the Democrats' fundraising dinner this Saturday. Mr. Franzenburg, whom many consider to be a logical candidate for governor in, the event Governor Hughes runs for the senate, has been in Kossuth several times in recent years. Two years ago he pinch hit for Governor Hughes when the latter was unable to attend the Mayor's Day dinner in Algona. Although many public officials have spoken here at political dinners down through the years, this is the first time in recent memory that a high state official has celebrated his birthday in Algona. The dinner will be held at •the Veterans Memorial building in Algona ait 7 p.m. Prior to the dinner, beginning at 6 p.m., there will be a reception for dinner guests to visit -informally with Mr. Franzenr burg. The reception is also at the Veterans Memorial building. Emmetsburg to have Kiwanis club C. R. Johnson, Lt. Governor of the 10th Division of the Nebr-Iowa District of Spencer, announces .that a new Kiwanis Club has been organized at Emmetsburg. They have picked Wednesday, December 13th at a tentative Charter Night. The Spencer Hi- noon Kiwanis club is the sponsoring club. Officers are: President, Vern Buckman, manager of the new Berkley plant; Vice, Jim Bisenius, real estate; sec., Howard Gorton, Palo Alto bank; treas., J, F. Doran, lawyer. Mr. Johnson is a former Algonan and member of the Algona club; Steve HUM & ****** f> rg^aj • aftat^iaMtM Batat^w Vujk^ttw 1JOIHH6 fJWTflf HaVrK JflJWVf if^Juii f^L^A^^^k^^^Ht ' A^waa^A AWS^^M Mn anewnaupit ™»n» /umi^ 6ooU Doddi and KiVift Loll. Rcrfrahmento wen lervcd it tfie lionorce'i home *fter ttie GOOD NEIGHBORS came Wednesday, Nov. 1 with pickers and wagons and picked and cribbed a good share of the corn for Mrs. Clarence Christensen, whose husband recently passed away. The Christensen farm is five miles south of Titonka. Farm Service Co., Burt, furnished gas for the tractors. Ladies who brought food and helped with dinner and lunch were Violet Buffington, Pauline Struthers, Jo- Anne Hoover, Mary Young, Dora Gollner and Esther Christensen. The men pictured are (front row) Dean Jacobson, Terry Gatton, Walt Gatton, Ross Struthers, Wendell Christensen, Krug Goetz. Back. Charles Gollner, Leonard Leeck, Ted Hoover, Sr., EuClaire Meyer, Merle Hoover, Eugene Meyer, Donald Baade, Ted Hoover, Jr., Bradford Buffington, Kenneth Gatton and Richard Buffington. Ho and Roger Buffington are not pictured but also helped. '//S///S///SS////////S//////////////////;////:•: /<'/: /.'////. ////// JOINT CELEBRATION A joint celebration was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wiltgens, the first birthday of their daughter Stacey, being one, the other a farewell for Louis Schmidt of Garner, who is entering service. Guests were Stacey's maternal grandparents, Mir. and Mrs. L. F. Koppen of Wesley, her sponsors, Mar- joiie Koppen of Whitteniore and Louis Schmidt, Louis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schmidt of Garner, Mrs. Alex Dermand, Mrs. Ralph Donovan and Louise Hauptly. FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party is being 'given 'Wednesday evening for Mrs. 'Robert Boeckholt at Mrs. L. E. Hovey's whose daughter-in-law, Mrs. David Hovey is making her home with her while David is in service. Mrs. Hovey is employed as a nurses aide at Good Samaritan Home I and Mrs. Boeckholt, R. N., has been employed there. She and her husband are moving to Forest City where Mr. Boeckholt will be associated with G & H Motors. Mrs. Boeckholt will nurse in the Forest City hospital. MARRIED HERE MONDAY The marriage of Mrs. Frances Moe and Joseph Arndorfer was solemnized at 9:30 Monday at St. Cecelia Catholic church, the Msgr. Gearen officiating. The couple was attended by Mrs. Thomas Moe arid Richard Moe, daughter- in-law and son of the bride. A family breakfast was held 'at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe's. The couple is at home for the present in her apartment at 106 West North street. CIRCLES MEET Circles of the Methodist WSCS meet Thursday, November 16 as follows—May at 1:30 with Mrs. Otto Engstrom. June at 1:45 with Mrs. Emma Pittman. Sept. at 1:30 with Mrs. Merle Webster. Oct. at 1:30 with Mrs. Dean Taylor. Nov. at 1:30 with Mrs. William Noland. Dec. at 2:00 with Mrs. George Wolf. Feb. at 1:45 with Mrs. Esther Hel- 'berg. April with Mrs. C. R. fMcQuiston, at 1:15. 25th BIRTHDAY The twenty-fifth birthday of David Hanselman was observed Sunday at his parents, the John Hanselmans. Four tables of 500 were'in play and high score prizes were won by William Naylor and Mrs. Tom Ellefson. Low. score prize winners were Tom Ellefson and Mrs. Amond Dangelser. David has recently joined the National Guard. PRISiYTIRIAN CIRCUS The United Presbytertan Women* circle* will meet Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 1:30 «s follows: A—hostesses Mi*. William Funk and Mrs, Jew ffill. B-fcostew Mm Ethel Ootwetl and Mrs. John Jen* irtngs. C—Mrs. Ernest God' fredson and Mrs. Mae Grotte. D-JMrs. Casey Loss Mid Mrs. Merlon Baker. MARINERS CLUB MEETS The Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church has invited the Methodist members to hear the Laymen's Quartet of Holland, Iowa on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in line Presbyterian sanctuary. A free will offering will be taken. CIRCLES MEET Circles of the First Baptist ' church.meets Thursday afternoon, November 16 as follows: I with Mrs. Paul Richardson, devotions by Mrs. Warren Bowman. Circle 2 with Mrs. Mack Carlson^ devotions by Mrs. Lyle Black. CONFIRMATION CLASS At the Methodist church Saturday at 9:30 there will be a confirmation class. Sunday at 5 p.m. the Senior MYF will meet and this is the last time canned goads can be brought for the "Mission in the Valley" project.. HOUSEWARMING A housewarming was held recently by the neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe. The house was purchased by the M'oes from the Mary Copp estate and is located at 615 East Lucas street. METHODIST CIRCLES MEET The Methodist WSCS January 'and Mairch circles .will meet Wednesday, November 15 at Mrs. James Andreasons. Engaged SWEA CITY: Mr, and Mrs. Glen Mlno of Swea City, announce the engagement and the coming marriage of their daughter, Lauretta Rose Mlno of Evergreen, Colorado, to Mr. Steven J. Cannady. Mr. Can- .nady Is the son of Mr."and Mra. J. Max Cannady of Dumont, Colorado The couple will be married at Evergreen, Colorado, on November 23. • •: be hostess to her bridge dub Wednesday afternoon. The "Eight Specks" 500 club meets Wednesday evening with Mrs. Rose Sigsbee. The Royal Neighbor Lodge meets Tuesday evening with Mrs. Berniitas Lynk. THANKSGIVING SERVICE The Union Thanksgiving service will be held Wednesday, November 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. HOSTS IDLE HOUR CLUB 'Mrs. Milton Norton will be hostess to her Idle Hour Bridge club Wednesday afternoon, November 15. HOSTS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Harold Gilmore will Earphone ar included Slide-rule vernier tuning AFC locks FM stations There isn't a fine watch in this ad that costs more than $14.95! Surprised? KEY MAS IT Key-Lastic Suspenders tunic LtitmousJ CLOSE • OUT Shotgun Shells CALL FROM JAPAN The Ralph Weirs were the happy recipients of a pre- Chrjstmas present early Monday morning in the .form of a telephone call from their son Terry, fr<>m Tokyo, Japan. He left there Tuesday for Vietnam following a two weeks rest period in Japan. He will be on ditty in Vietnam two months on the USS Oriskany, before returning to the states. Terry has three more years in the navy. ALL GAUGES • ALL SIZES ALL SHOT SAVE UP TO 40% OFF 'IMPERIAL OVERALLS • Tough, Popular Hickory Sttfpa • Extra Comfort Key Fit -• Triple Stitched, thftad Rtv- ' eted, • KEY QUALITY Throughout • Extra Sturdy Pocket*. • Easy wearing, non-sllda elottic Suspender. WORK CLOTHtS '12' \Q 02 CAMVII PRIN6E$$ — Classic design plus the stamina of shock-resistant construction. Precision Jeweled movement. $12.85 COMPANION — Pay so DOROTHi* — Rugged little, get so much! Pre- sports watch to take Jeweled move- Shock-resistant, clslon ment. waterproof,* sweep sec ond hand. 910.91 you everywhere. sion Jeweled movement, shock-resistant, leather strap. 9U-99 CUINOUL "•" — So practical and it such a Preci- Imni price. Waterproof,* calendar window, shopk- resistant. 9H.99 CAUEON — Handsome In a rugged way! Water proof,* shock-resistant expansion band. Preci sion jeweled movement , 914.99 RED CROSS DRIVE A total of $160.35 was re- iUgeg from the Red Cross drive completed recently. Mrs. Helen Johnson is town chairman. Workers .were Jiil, IBmjrnsi 0|son, Joaji llarilyn Shellenfeerg, Betty Bode, Bemie Miome Bleich, Ej- REMINQTON, FEDERAL AND HIAWATHA INCLUDES "EVERYTHIIs T G FOR THE HUNTER" AT ... NiW STQRi HOURS: 9 a.m. tf 5:30 p.m. INTRODUCTORY OFFER SPECIAL S « PLUS FREE $1.25 KEY POCKET KNIFE C»ARAVELLE A good watch used to cost at least $25. Not so anymore. Not since Caravelle, Division of Bulova, figured out how to produce a quality watch for as little 9$ $10.95. Every Caravelle has a fine jewelry case, a shock-resistant, precision-jeweled movement and unbreakable mainspring — guaranteed by Bulova. Any one would make a welcome gift. There is no greater watch value for your money — anywhere. KELEHER ft McADAMS OLOTNWI WILTON JEWELERS ALGONA, IOWA PHONE ?95-3789 * Choo»a from our large CarayaUa saiaetion. Each Caravaila i* baautifiiWy fill bo^dl. HNOil'S) 'Wqiecpcool when coie. ctviial end ctown or» Inlqci. All prlttt clu» l.9«

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free