Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1967
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ffcd Bisbirtg of Cedar fall*, friend of Mi» Miller. WTH ilKTMOAY Mrs, Mary Seller'* 9$th birthday was list Sunday, She intended to spend a quiet day but it turned out ot be a real teiebration, for 77 uninvited guest* dropped in, including 'her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great 'greatgrandchildren and also friends. Mrs. Seller is in the beat of health, enjoys visiting and playing cards. They all wished her many more happy birthdays. BIRTHDAY OBSIRVID ./Welen and Pamela Moe and Evelyn Haack were supper guests November 18 at Mr. and/ Mrs. Richard Groen's in observance of the daughter Cyrithia's seventeenth birthday. The evening was spent at cards. ''' SlRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY : Mrs. Julia Taylor's birthday anniversary was observed last week Thursday evening at dinner. Guests were neighbor"club Whitti meets Id observe •birthdays of the various members. Vo MARRY •Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins 'have received the announcement and invitation to the wedding December 1 of their granddaughter Cheryl Hutchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cardl Hutchins to Steven Becker. Both parties live at Hutchison, Minn., where the wedding will take place. (BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. 0. B. Laing and Alvena Miller entertained their birthday group at dinner Saturday evening at Van's and from there attended the play at the high school. An out of town guest was Wine- "A delightful blend go-go girl" KARI . . . dancing for your pleasure •very night this week and all next week. JOIN YOUR FRIENDS AT . . . TALL PAUL'S ALGONA QIMin at Mf§< KMtf ter at different times lately have be*n Mr. and Mrs. Al vin stedfhan and Mr. and Mrs, Jerry "Schmidt of Waterloo; also Mt< and Mrs. Scott Moore of Ames. They also visited other relatives and friends. the Chas. Tibbits family of Lisle, ill, and the Bernard Milter family of Mason City are expected in the home of the women's sister, Mrs. Wm. Dau Jr. ano their mother -Mrs. Mildred Fraser. The James Potters of Nevada and the Dr. Don Potters of Vermillion, S. D. were guests in the Dr L. R. Potter home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien returned Tuesday to Sterling, til., with their son-in-law, Russell E. Thorpe and his two children, Tim 11, and six year Old Ann, with whom they w<iH remain for a time. They had boen with their daughter Joyce's family since mid-July assisting in her care until her death on Wednesday of last week. The other O'Brien daughter and her husband, John Duffy, came with their four children from Elgin, 111., where he teaches, and they planned to leave Tuesday or Wednesday. While here they stayed with his parents, ,the . Lewis Duffys. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson were visited last weekend by their son Phil and wife of Des Moines. They will 'have as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson and family of Covington, Ky., and Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. William Becker of Bancroft. The son Tom will be spending the weekend tat Amity, Mo. with his fiancee Cheryl Thompson, who is do- in|g practice teaching there. Their engagement has been announced. Richard Becker, brother of Mrs. Anderson and son of Mrs. Becker will also be here for the holiday, coming from Wichita, Kan. , The Larry Leaiwagh family LaGrange Highlands, 111., will spend .Jhanksgiving and the rest of the week at the parental Glenn Seger home and were joined here for the weekend by the daughter Ann and her husband, Roger Wright, who were with his parents at Waverly for the holiday. lamp ii a _ gift from their Among fcho*e i *fi th« courtesy were the vWi OHiefV Alfred ZeMets, and Virg, John Seller,' John Orifer, Miry Jane Origef, Mrs. Rosalia tttg, ftoit Lee, fid and George, Mrs Maggie Thtigei, Alfred, Bernard *id Me, the Albert Thttgejea, Alfred ftedings. George Wagners and John, Len MoGuires, Herman Ulgs, Edwin Ttolges ,£», Orvtlle Wagners, Sylvester Wagners,, Ben Thilgeses, John Hilberts, Grog Ortgers, David McGuires, Pat McGuire 'and Richard McGuire. The M. T. McGuires are moving to Algona to 809 Bast Call with son and daughter-in-Jaw, the David McGuires moving •onto the McGuire home| place. 'Mrs. William B. Devine entered St. Ann hospital in Al' gona last Tuesday as a medical patient. •Mrs. Tony Becker came 'home Friday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Thanksgiving Day Mass in St. Joseph's church will be held ait 8 a.m. , Debbie, Murl and Lori Dodds, children of the Dean Dodds, Algona, have been here with their grandparents, •the Raymond Kohlhaases, , the and The Uftftifd McGuire* and Sandy, Adarm, Minn., wtere Sunday guesti of cousitw, the N.J.Weydert*. Mrs. E. J. Gales had her 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Daimin CetitgnK and Mrs. Andrew Kramer guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Joe Sinn- well. The club will meet at the Imperial Cafe hi Bode Saturday evening for the Christinas party with husbands and guests attending. The N. J ; Weyderts attended a 25th wedding of the Edwin Wirtzes, Mallard, Nov. 19, with other relatives and friends attending. ; 'Mrs. Susie Kramer visited her daughter and son-in-law, the Kenneth Kneirens, DCS Moines, last week. 'Mrs. Annie Eisohen, St. Benedict, is spending several days this week with her sister and brother-in-law, the Tony Beckers. Lone Rock Dr. and Mrs. Tom Lang, the Larry Ramuses and Dcnisc, and Leo llamus visited Mrs. RafMis at tfie rest home In ,vtlgofir Sunday. toellday evelning gueate it WiWiird ftwmpson'a for Debbie's second birthday were the Ralph Thompsons, Al- gortaythe'R&bfcrt Lynches and the Jim Longs. Hie Wayne Bellingers, Eu- tan SchuUera, Tttonka; and Paul Bell, Whittemore spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting Mrs. Bellinger's sister, the Bill Elbette. The Mervin Marlow and David, called at William Glf- ords in BuK Tuesday eve- ing for his birthday. His other children were also present, the P. W. Marlows, Law- rencc Presthuses, Burt; Billy GiffoTds, Jim Giffords, Bancroft. A dinner was held Sunday, other than the children were Mrs. Charles Harvey, Algona and the Elmer Philips, Sexton. . Tuesday supper guests at the Frank Dreyer's were the Tony Kahlers and the John Hoveys. Saturday evening guests were the David Dreyers, Oelwein, who will be here after Thanksgiving visiting the Frank Dreyers and the Arno Juhls, Fcnton. The John Hoveys and Jayne, Who is attending Junior college, Es- ithervillc, were guests also Saturday. Sunday the Frank Dreycrs accompanied Mrs. Ida Drey- er to Blue fcarth «tid the fcwoW Kohlvejses, AusHh, for dinner. Mrs. Ida Dreyer *nd Mr. Kohives are sister and nPouteY. Wilfred Ridig is a patient it the Methodtot hospital iti 'Rochester since Wednesday. David who is attending the United Electronic school in Des Moines was home for the weekend. Guests Sunday evening at George Klssner's for George's and hi5 granddaughter Kim's birthdays were Mrs. Henry Marnach, the Isadore fiesches and Matt Fahr, all of West Bend, the Jack Henrichsons, Bancroft and Mrs. Georgia Marlow. Paula Lock wood and Laurie Marlow, daughters of the- Allwyn Lockwoods and the William Marlows, had a dou- blc birthday celebration Sat- urday fevehlhg. Oilfcsts Heidee Kfause, Jahti ti Karen Keyc, Maria Wait*;, Satly Hanna, Rosofriafy ney, Jeahninc bierstedt; girls had dinner at thfe in Fairmont, and a show af, 'terwards. > i« Several from this area tended the wedding of Cathie O'Donnel, daughter of Hertr» ard O'Donnels, and John Nemmers, son of the Claf< once Nemmers, at St. John's in Bancroft. Sunday guests at Ralph Bierstedt's were Norma PoW' ers, Des Moines, Dick Bierle. Their son Lynn, who is at' •tending college at Ames, is home for Thanksgiving vaca* tion. Sunday callers at the Bierstedt home were the Clarence Schutjers, Titonka. OPEN BOWLING 1 p.m. Til 12 p.M. THANKSGIVING DAY ALGONA LANES ALGONA, IOWA YOUR GIFT HEADQUARTERS / FOR ALL TlfPES OF /FOOTWEAR ALL COLORS ANO STYUS AH Hit! -«WWHif — tt«fthi at St. Joe for the McGuires St. Joe — Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire were given a farewell party in their home Sunday by neighbors and friends. Cards were played with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Rosa. Lee nig, Bernard Thilges and John Zeller receiving prizes. Lunch brought by the guests was 'served and the McGuires .were present- me for Sunday Crunch State, Farm brings you NFL football on CBS-TV! (And a better deal on car insurance, too. See me.) JIM ST. JOHN 112 N. Thorington St. Phone: 395-5556 STATE FA*W »ow,i.eij f H»mQ»m- Be Hera Early - Open at 9 a.m. FALL CO AT SALE Faahiona at ita beat for less. You'll find the latest styles in dressy coats, casual coats, fur-trimmed coats. Exceptional values timed for right now and into the winter. Reg. Reg. $ 59°° Reg. $ 36°° NQW1 . , ^ , »» NOW! . . . . 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