Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 3
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Award night at Netty for three clubs W M toy -.Wesley Wizards 4-H elub held Award Night, With the Wesley 4<H and the Prajrie 4-H boys November 11 in the Methodist church. The top record book awards were given to Dana Larson, junior, Bonnie Becker, intermediate, and Cheryl Cunningham, senior. Donna Larson, Cheryl Cunningham, Sigrid Johnson, Kathy Skow> and Shirley Becker were given pins for their record books. Sigrid Johnson received a home economics 'award. Kathy Skow received a clothing award. All other members of the club received completion seals for their year's work. Sigrid Johnson, Cheryl Cunningham, Shirley Becker and Kathy Skow 'received seals for completing six years of club work. The leaders are Mrs. Wilfred Becker, Mrs. George Lickteig and Mrs. Arvin Lftfaffi. NUftSI II MARftlfD the John Urban*, and Jick Licktetgs attended the wedding of Anita Licktelg and James Gunderson, Storm Lake, at the St. Benedict Catholic church Saturday at 10:30 and the dinner reception at the VFW hall in Algona. The bride is a daughter of the Dennis Lickteigs. She is a registered nurse and will work in Storm Lake hospital. They will live in Sdial- ler where he is employed in an elevator. \ ATTEND WEDDING Beatrice and Leo Hildtnan, the Glare Hildmans, Urban Neuroth and David attended the wedding of Ruth Ann Kellner, daughter of the Cyril Kellners, St. Joe, and Carroll Primrose, Shellsburg, Nov. 18 at 11 o'clock in St. Joseph's Catholic church in St. Joe. v The A. A. Hildmans, Burt, and the Reese Martins, Darting, former Wesleyans, also attended. BROTHER IS DEAD The Irwin Hildmans attended the funeral of her broth- er, Sfviti ttefmis, b7. in the Lutheran church in LuVertic Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ramus died suddenly of a heart attack in hi* home in Fort Dodge. H« W survived by his wife and two daughters. Burial was in the LuVeme cemetery. His father died October 28. . •.;,'.,, HOLD HOUSIWARfttiNd The" Herman Bodes were given a housewarming Friday evening by a group of relatives and friends. They were the Kenneth Prohaskas and Leonard Prohaskas, Garner; J. P. Studers, Algona; Herman Studers, Lou Lickteigs, Leonard ' Arndorfers, Elmer Doughans, Franklin Bodes and Mrs. Hazel Studer. Lunch was served by the self invited guests. WED 30 YEARS The Reese Martins, Early, formerly. of Wesley, were 'honored Sunday in the Legion 'hall for their 30th wedding. They were weekend guests of their son Irvin Martin in Algona. Mrs. Reese Martin is the former Mildred Hildman, daughter of Mrs. Sophia Hildman. The Martins were presented a purse of money. Madeira You'll lovt! I IK.' Wii'r'm provincinl I'milin^ of hold IHJW Mad(!ira by I'Yiiinii.sciiu KiirllKiinvai^vTl.U! rjdi. ,, , brown hotly color is'ovcrlaitl with' ii^JcwfV^'uiltfaVifckivi in olivti "riM.'ii, . . hiiiul-hmuliMK is in vivid ,i>n:<!iis. Complutuly oven ami dishwasher sari!,; highly "'"'P resistant, will iicvor <:ra/.(!.or I'lidi;, Sot; IKJW Madeira and othur popular Francisciu'i Karlhciuvan; patterns on display .now. :16'-pi'<;<;<; ' S'ldrlor Sot $22.(15; 45-pioco Survicu for «• rnesc&n WILTGEN JEWELERS PHONE 295-3789 ALGONA, IOWA Carol Otis, who attends college at Ames came Friday to spend the quarter break and the holiday weekend at the parental Edmund Otis's. Other Sunday guests, were the Edward Otis family, Mrs. Laura Richter and Jack. The Mike Richters, Britt, were afternoon callers. Karen Otis, who attends Hamilton Business college in Mason City came Monday for the Thanksgiving vacation. The George Seabergs visited their son, the Philip Sea- 'bergs, Madison, Wis. over the November 11 weekend. Philip is doing graduate work at the university of Wisconsin. 'Mrs. Joseph Skow, Mrs. Robert Bolenous, Mrs. George Se'aberg, the Charles Ny- gaards, Wesley, and Mrs. Bob Chambers, Corwith, attended the Farm Bureau Convention in Des Moines Nov. 14. They joined the group by bus from Algona. The Jerry Lickteigs left Saturday for their home in Rockford, HI., after a week at the parental John Lickteig's and with other relatives. Weekend guests at Leonard Arndorfer's. were their Son Don and his fiancee Marianne Hughes, Cedar Rapids. The Elmer Doughans were Sunday dinner guests. ? ^Janetj Ostercamp, who attends Drake at Des Moines, came Wednesday fofr the /Thanksgiving weekend at her. parents George Ostercamp's. The Duane Prices were Sunday guests at the parental Harold Price's., The Dale Wingerts have a girl born November 17 'in the hospital at Britt. She has been named Leah Louise and has two sisters, Lisa and Lynn. Mother and daughter were brought home Saturday. The Ray Beckers and Clare Wingerts are the. grandparents, DON'T LET IT the Lou Goetzes, Brills wete SUttday afternoon callers at Led Hanig's. The women are; sisters* * u , Pfsirle ' Neighbors Honte makers ClUb met Tuesday with MIPS. Dale Dorrtbier, witM her mother, Mrs. Hazel Studer assisting, the lesson was on hobbies and the members displayed her favorite one. A 7 Ib. boy was born Thursday to the Bill Hanigs in the Britt hospital. He Js named Daniel Randolph. Mrs. Hanig is the former Karen Michaelson. The Leo Hanigs are the paternal grandparents. They now have a family of two sons and thre*e daughters. Prairie Neighbors Homemakers club plan the annual Christmas party December 5 iti Al's Lounge. The annual Felco Christmas party will be held Dec. 14 in St. Michael's Academy hall. • Circles one and two of St. Joseph's parish are planning a breakfast and bake sale Sunday, Dec. 10 in the parish hall after each Mass. Mrs. Gladine Miller was given a house warming Monday' afternoon by a group of lady friends. ftorthie, 2',» year old son of the Bill Kockwoods, fell from a chair at his home and , broke his right arm between . the wrist artd elbow. He will wear a cast fot several weeks. .Wesley Wizards 441 club mot November 4 at Cheryl Cunningham's for a Mothers Tea. Now member's are Linda "Vrtzthum, Carol Kunkel, Lou . Ann Davidson,' Karen Simpson. Jane Larson and Shari Hanson. Diane and Donna Larson, each read a poem. Sigrid Johnson sang a solo. Mrs. Cunningham and Cheryl served lunch. Maria Cink is reporter. Shower given Linda Knoll at Titonka •Linda Knoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll. Lone Rock, was honored at a prc-nuptial shower Thursday evening, Nov. 16. at Ramsey Reformed church. Titonka. Mrs. Sharon Buffington reg- istered the guests. The program Was in charge of Mrs. Shirley Meyer, who gave the welcome. She introduced the hohoree, her mother, grandmother and sisters. Corsages, made by Mrs. George Dirksen, were! presented. Scripture and prayer were given by Gloriann Bruc. Carolyn, Mary and Diane Bruc sang. Beverly Bccnken and Evelyn Tjarks gave readings. Donna Dreesman sang, accompanied by Tholma Becnken, Janice Meyer and LaVonne Isebrand read poems. Group singing followed. A skit was presented by Gloriann Bruc and Shirley Meyer. A poem by Shirley Meyer concluded the program. Lunch was served. 'Mrs. Marie Cordcs served punch and Mrs. Ken Muisman poured coffee. Hostesses were Mcsdamcs Henry Dirkscn. James Tjarks, Henry Tjarks. Henry B. Isebrand. Richard Beenken. George Ricks, Dennis Dreesman, Simon Sunken, William A. Meyer and John Cordes. The bride-elect opened her gifts assisted by her sisters. Donna, Mrs. Roger Frink ami Sandra Knoll. Notartnt , AlfMM 0:45 a.m, — Sunday. School. 10:45 a.m. —- Morning Worship. 7:00 p.m. — Young Peoples Meeting. 7:30 p.m. •— Evening Evangelistic Meeting. Prayer Meeting everj Thursday at 7:30 p.m. St* Foul's Lutheran Rtv. C. Kautfteh, Patter Whitttmer* Sunday, Nov. U 9:00 a.m; — Sunday School and Bible Classes. 10:00 a.m. — Church Service. 2:30 p.m. — Service at County Home. 7:30 p.m. — Wedding Ring Club. Monday, Nov. 27 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p.m. — Correspondence Committee meeting. Tuesday, Nov. 28 8:00 p.m. — St. Paul-Immanuel - Parent Teachers meeting. Wednesday, Nov. 29 7:30 p.m. — Lower Department Sunday School Teach- (fd*i) THURSDAY, NOV. &rs meeting. ' *. 7:30 p.m. — Upper Depart' metit Sunday School Tetdt* ers meeting. , Thursday, No*, HO '• 4:30 p.m. — Cottftfrtialifoti Class at School. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Albert C. Bullock, ' LONE ROCK Thursday, Nov. 23 Thanksgiving pay. 9:30 a.m. — Worship Service. A mission offering will be received. Sunday, Nov. 26 10:00 a.m. — Morning Wor* ship. 11:00 a.m. — Sunday Church School. 6:00 p.m. — Youth Fellowship. Saturday, Nov. 25 9:00 a,m. — Communicants Class. Monday, Nov. 27 8:00 p.m. — Adult Bible Study. Wednesday, Nov. 29 4:00 p.m. — Practice for tine Christmas program.' 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. STOCK UP, AT OUR LOW PRICES EXTRA LEAN - NEARLY BONELESS PORK STEAK HOMEMADE TASTY HAM LOAF OR PORK ROAST A SPECIAL TREAT DECKER'S QUALITY Ib GOLDEN WHEAT MACARONI SHORTENING BAKERITE DESSERT TOPPING GET YOU 11 LUCKY WHIP DOWN 40z. Large if you need- a gift for the Wife, Aunt, Sister, Teen-Daughter, Girl Friend, or even Mother-in-Law, and you certainly will. 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