Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 9
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girls MUNI'S 01 honor hud Ponton — Sentrtl Oommun- tty High School will have four senior girls as members In the 2nd annual North Central Iowa Bandmasters Honor bind. The festival will be held at MMon City Jan. 13. Auditions for choir positions and rehearsal will be held during the day with a public concert in the evening. Students will be divided into two balanced bands conducted by Ken Carpenter, Albert Lea Junior College, and Robert t*e, Wartburg College. Mary Elton Dittsworth, Jacquelyn Jones, Delana Votteler will play clarinet, and Patricia Dreyer will play French horn. BAO SEVEN DEER Fenton — William Weiner, Sr., William Weiner, Jr., Donald Hainzinger, Dwayne Luedtke, Tim Berktand, Jim Weiner and Bruce Iverson left Wednesday for Sundance, Wyo., on a deer hunting trip and returned home Sunday with seven deer. The William Hantelmans attended the convention of the Lutheran Medical Mission Asian., November 3 and 4 in St. Louis, Mo. Many of the evacuated medical personnel from Nigeria Mission Field were there. They were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Herb Rohe, a college classmate of. Mr. Hantelman. From there they went to Ft. Sill, Okla., to visit Hfheir son Glen, There they received word that their brother-inrlaw, Joe Thompson, Albuquerque, died and they attended the services 'there November 9. The Paul Eiglers and Larry Glades' attended a dinner and Christmas party at Mason City Sunday evening given by Water's Electronic. Wednesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. John mmm-mmmm, "CLIP THIS Munch were Ml*. E C. Wefc- bfod, Mrs. Louie Wttftfcftd, MM. «** WoyevMii WUlwn DeWell, Mrs. Albert Mitchell. „ Sunday dinner gueatt of the Frank MoFaito were the dtaf* erne Mena* and Aftn* Mae, Wllford Menzes, David, Bfen- dt and Cbleen and Wendell Rusche* and Margo, The Frank Dreyers ami Mrs. id* Dreyer met the EwaM Kohlweser at the White House at Blue Earth for dinner Sunday. The Melvin Berklands and Karen visited the Oscar Berklands Friday evening. The Norman Bollingen and Arnold Hantelmans were Sunday supper guests at Kenneth Bellinger's. . The Reinhald Borchardts, East Chain, were Sunday afternoon guests at Ervin Borchardt's. The John Strueck- ens 'were Sunday supper guests there. The Fred Mortensons visited Sunday with Mrs. Laura Mortenson, patient at Fairmont hospital, and with Mends at Valley View rest ihome at Armstrong. From the Fenton Lutheran Laymens League at the LLL FaU Rally Banquet at Algona Sunday evening were the James Meyers, Ed Meyers, Mrs. Helena Luedtke, William Hantelmans, Mrs. Delphine Harttelman, Emil Bierstedts, Harvey Henriksens, Calvin Vaudts, Vic Struethers, Harold Elmers, Bennle Berk- lands, Stan Berklands, Fred and Lizzie Meyer, 'Rioy and Mabel Homann. The S. E. Straleys left ^ Tuesday for Mesa, Ariz., to spend the winter. The T. C. Trenarys and Mrs. Harold Becker . were Sunday afternoon guests at Floyd Duncan's. The KendeM Meyers, Cherokee were Saturday guests at Stan Berfcland's. David Henriksen, Ames, spent his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, the Harvey Henriksens. Mrs. Retta Eigler was a Thanksgiving guest at Paul Eigler's. The George Murphys, Independence, Mo., came Friday and were weekend guests at Paul Eigler's COUPON" .__••-_•_ AI q ono honuth County **"•*•*•« -j am ^ M ^ rtM ^ tfau c Ma ^ i ^ MBii ^ A ^ MHMB ^ dtt j fa ^ lHdlWBiMriii ^^ ^ai TMUftlDAY, NOV. JO, 1H7, ALOONA, IOWA- Dance The (Hen Flints and Ray uthofs were Sunday evening guesto at Edwin Uthof's home for Darlene's and Ed's birth- Wesley man married Christmas Give-away 5-pce. DINETTE — Register or bring this coupon to Gamble* — NAME wi ADDRESS_____: _____________________ _ ___________ g Phono 5-3411 or 5-3177 207 E. State Algona — DRAWING ON DEC. 20 — NOTHING TO BUY & NO PURCHASE NECESSARY •-••-• "CLIP THIS COUPON" •---• — - ami Mrs. Retta Eigler's. The Glen Flints were Thanksgiving guests at Donald Uthof's at Dodge Center, Minn. The Dr. E. W. Ruskes spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Lynn Ruske's at Madison, Wis. The Jack Ottos, DeWitt, were guests at Henry Schulte's last Wednesday to Sunday. The Morris Mitchells and Albert Mitchells were Thanksgiving guests at Arnold Heller's at ^Marble Rock. The Roy ,. Hasselbroeks, Orange City, Richard detn- itson, Emmetsburg, and Emil Bleckwenns' were Thanksgiving guests at Mrs. Selena Pedersen's. Sunday guests at Clifford Basse's, Algona, were Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Amanda Sohutt, the Delond Boltes, Fred Mort- ensons and Kathy, Wilfred Laiaibses and Dennis and Fern, Virgil Wolfes, Bancroft, Arnold Laabs family, Mrs. Walter Schmidt and Roger, Ruth Bjork, Austin, .Minn., Mrs. John Ross Mathers, Camby, Minn., and Karen Haase, Des Moines. The Ed ScMeis, Mai-old Schleds and Steven, and, Elwin Sehleds were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Elwin Josten, Klemme. Elaine Sohlei spent the Thanksgiving weekend at Elwin Sahlei's. She is a student at Mankato State. The Duane Dreyers and Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Thanksgiving guests at Roger Dreyer's, Sioux City. Mrs. Ida Dreyer had the • Shirley Ann Wimmer, Sioux City, and James Eisenbacher, Wesley, were married Saturday, Nov. 25, at St. Mary's Catholic church at Danbury. The Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher, uncle of the groom, performed the 11 a.m. double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sister, Rita Wimmer of Sioux City, as the maid of honor. Another sister, Alice Wimmer, Danbury. was bridesmaid. John Eisenbacher, Wesley, was best man for his brother and Ray Wimmer, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Dick Reimer, Danbury, and David Hilbert, Algona, ushered. The music was presented by the high school choir, accompanied by Kathy Sokolowski. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. August E. Wimmer, Danbury;':and Vincent Bisenbacher and the late Mrs, Eisenbacher, Wesley. A dinner and reception followed the ceremony in the parish center. The bride graduated from Danbury Catholic high school in 1965 and was employed in the business office at St. Joseph Mercy hospital, Sioux Ci- tl. The groom is a 1962 graduate of Garrigan high school and farms near Weslel, where they will live. Saturday Bridge club Saturday. 'Mrs. Ernest Vottler won high, Mrs. Jessie Newel won second and Mrs. Herman Maiahis travel. Guests wtere Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Nettie Yager. I Thanksgiving guests at Ed Reimer's home were the Harold Frcdricks, Robert Whites and Jflhn, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Uvermore, and the Gerald Reimers family. i The Art Swansons and Michelle, Taylor Falls, Minn., Claude Shaws, Des Moines, •and Richard, Shaw, Ames, Were Thanksgiving weekend guests at Donald Shaw's. The Robert Johansens, Minneapolis and Mrs. Howard Rabey family, Cedar Falls, were weekend guests of Mrs. E. J. Frank. , Mrs. Clara Mathews, Camby, Minn., spent a few days last week at Gus Krause's. The Hans Hansons, Leon Hansons, Estherville, Mrs, William Eimers, the Gus Krauses, Mrs. Clara Mathews, Camby, Minn., Mrs. Eugene ,Hiskey and children, Des vlModnes, Alan Marlow, Janet 1 Hammerstrom, Joanne Binder, Ayrshire, were Thanksgiving guests at Harold Elmer's. The Paul Voigts and Harold Eimers attended an elevator convention at Omaha last week. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Florence Saxton and = Marcus were the Gilbert Sat- tons, Cylinder, Harold Saxtons, Estherville, and Mrs. 'Mary C. Hanson, Valley View Rest Home, Armstrong. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Flor- ertce Saxton and Marcus visited the Leo filberts at Corwith. Mrs. Ida Dreyer had the Tuesday bridge club Tuesday. Prizes went to, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Ray Stoeber •and Mrs. Lydon Kerbet. Mrs. Lydon Kerber was a guest. The Roy Chrischilleses attended the funeral for Peter Utterts at Fulda, Minn. Friday. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. J. Wallace Smith were the Wilfred Stoebers, Ray Stoeb- ers, Richard Stuckis, Julie and Jeff, Ogden, In/in Kas- sulkes, St. James, Minn., and Wayne Stoeber, Iowa City. The Carl Becks and Irene Beck, Des Moines spent •i Thanksgiving at Doris Becks, I liwfianola. I '"The Dennis Shepherds, Ben- me Berfclands and Linda, Harvey Henriksens, Margene fend Roger, Glen Flints end Ray Uthofs and Cheryl were Friday evening guests at Ed SHEAKtEYS 6RUTEST WINTER COAT EVENT Mow-When You Need Them Most-Lavishly Mink Trimmed Ladies Coats.. Woolens, Dressy And Casual ... Now At A Price That Makes Each One A Wise Investment. LADIES COATS MINI Illftftf» MOW 79.99 "" T ' NOW 89.99 NOW 99.99 135.00 Rtf. To (§0.00 UNTIIMMil WNOW 39.99 49.99 AIGONA -...j^.iuj,* 4m9 *- utn * BIB ^^^ nmn!!n9 * ! 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Thanksgiving guests at Eugene Huskamp's were the Clarence Arbogasts, Gerald Schmidtts, Irvington, Mrs. Olga Huskamp,, Good Samaritan Rest Home, Algona, and the Richard Borchardts. Mrs. John Ross Matthews, Camby, Minn., has been visiting friends and relatives in the Fenton. area a week. The Theo Ostwalds attended the baptism of their grandson, Brady Charles, son of 'the Charles Ostwalds at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. 'Melvin Ostwald and Bruce OStwaild. Guests at Charles Oswald's were the Thou. Ostwalds, Melvin Ostwalds, Delbent Ostwalds and Mrs. George Lee. 'Mrs. Walter Schmidt and Roger, and Mrs. John Ross Mathews were Saturday overnight guests at Fred Mortenson's. Wednesday coffee guests •at Wilfred Stoeber's were the 'Ray Stoebers, Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Chan and Jim, the Richard Stuckis, Julie and Jeff and Wayne Stoeber. The Arlan Stegens were Friday evening guests at Clifford Douglas's. Sunday guests at Metric Voigt's were the Rev. Russell Eldridges, Frank Muellers, Clifford Douglases, Renee Douglas and Collyn Bridges, Mason City. Anthony Joseph Micile, son of the Tony Midles, DCS Koines, was baptized Sunday -H the Fenton Methodist church. Rev. RusseW Etdridge officiated. Mrs. Micile is the former Peggy Voigt Debbie RedJield, and Nadine Weisbrod, students at Morningside, Sou* the ttay Midi** ony, tfcs Mo4n», wee* of the Dale WeMn* the ThanksgjivJiig weekend/' The Ed Mitchells were SUrt< day evening guest* at HarVey Honriksen's. the perfect Gift (or Mothers & Grandmothers PENDANT Yellow gold-filled nr Sterling EARRINGS To Match $5.95 This jewelry Icllt Ihc lov- ins story of Mother - »cl with birlhilt'nci of the children in her life. She'll wear il with loving pride »l her family. Beautifully gift boxed — Immediate Delivery! 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