Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
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lews) .Die, \Hf Offioers for Seneca elub are elected Seneca ~ The Thursday Club met with Edna Johanne- isen Thursday afternoon with 14 present. They voted their Christmas party Thursday, Dec. 21, with a luncheon at the Home Cafe at Rdngsted. A gift exchange will be held and secret sisters revealed. New officers were elected. Edna Johannesen was elect* ed president, Mrs. Ervin Votteler, vice, and Mrs. Clarence Menz sec.-treas. Mrs. Raymond Gardner and Mlrs. Elmer Hartisch were the birthday members. The Olaf Oftedahis spent Sunday with the letter's sis- ter-in4aw, Mrs. George Williamson, Mason City. LEAVES FOR HAWAII Pfc. Kenneth Beaver, who has been in training at Fort Calrson, Colo., recently spent a furlough with his parents, the Charles Beavers. His furlough was cut short upon receiving orders to report at the west coast where his unit was to be shipped to Hawaii. He has been .in training since Oct. 1966, and has spent all but two months at Camp Carson. The two months were spent at Aberdeen, Md., at a small arms repair training certter. His parents accompanied by the Melvin Enigelbarts, Algona, whose son Darwin 'has been in the same camp and received the same orders, took the boys to Des Moines Nov. 24. The Engelbarts are former Seneca residents Kenneth's address is: PFC Kenneth W. Beaver, US 54926071, 6th Inf. Bn. Bde. Stt. APO, San Francisco, Calif. 966557. Lwry and the John Stretick- ef« were Thanksgiving guests it Harold Nielsons, Bloonv Mtg Prairie, Minn. The Herbert Krauaeses, Heidi and Melissa, also Holly of Lacrosse , Wis., Herb Kfawes, Mason City, and A. J. Krauses, Fenton were Thanksgiving guests of the Otis Englands, Kingsted. The Curtis Olsens were Thanksgiving evening guests at Cleo Classon's, Ringsted. Other guests included Ivan Larsen, Emmetsburg, the Ervin Nerems and Sam Nerems, Forest City. Mrs. Verl Smith has been spending much of her time recently with her mother, Mrs. William Hansen, Ringsted, hospitalized at the hospital at Bstherville. The Robert Lynches were Tuesday guests at Willard Thompson's, Lcne Rock for Debbie Thompson's second birthday. Other guests wore the paternal grandparents, the Ralph Thompsons, Algona and Jim Longs, Lone Rock. gueste. The Fred Johannesens spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, the Jay Fulwilers, Milwaukee. 'Donald Hanisch, senior at Ames, spent- the quarter break and Thanksgiving with his parents, the Elmer Hani- senses. The David Loofts had as guests Thanksgiving Sunday Mrs. Bertha Ponuner, Algona, the Gerrit DeWaards, rural Wesley, and Henry Loofts. The Glen Hoppes, Truman, were evening callers. The Fred Johannesens attended the funeral Of a cousin, Amos Knutson, Esthervil- fe, Saturday. The Jerome Bettermaiis, Golden Valley, Minn., and Axel Brattlunds, Bancroft, were Thanksgiving guests at Marvin Luedtke's. The Bet- termans returned to Minneapolis Sunday. The Kenneth Andres were recent guests at John Simons, Algona. Other guests included the John Andres and Melvin, Emmetsburg, and Linda Anderson. Thanksgiving guests of the Charles Beavers included Mrs, Henry Brown>, Viola Stevens, the Jim Beavers, Virgil Gardners, all of Esther- viHe, and their son Kenneth ihome on furlough. Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum, students at Mankato Commercial College, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with their parents, the Ted Jensens and Art Bergoms. The Donald Dokkens, Walt- iham, Minn., Jerry Jacobs and son, Eagle Grove, were Thanksgiving guests of their parents, the Olai Oftdahls. The C. 0. Baileys had as Thanksgiving guests their daughter, the Sheldon Merrills and Alfred Petensens. The Alfred Petersens had Thanksgiving Sunday with their daughter, the Clarence Gheevers, Joining them were the Gene Friesths, Badger, 'an<J John Woodbecks, Fort Podge. Mr*. Vera Gardner Rogers, Chicago, visited recently at her brother's, the Raymond Girdnens, also with her sister Bertha Gardner, Fairmont, land with relatives 'and friends. The Robert Thiels, Davenport, spent Thanksgiving weekend with the tetters parents, the Everett Wittwwns. The Larry Menses, Swish»»<» B«l Sheldons, Web, City, were Thanksgiving of the womens pw- the Delmer Fischers. The Ljrry Menzes also visited Ms parents. The Everett Withams and Robert Thiels drove to Milan, 11)., Friday for the weekend at Pete Htelmere. They were guests 9t a Thanksgiving dinner Sunday. Joining (hem W«re anjogier daughter, the Nrtrmjn Watsons, Troy Grove, 111., and § gr»ndd»ugh- f*r, the CUfford Sehjtiengeirs, Head Start classes at Bancroft Head Start school is starting classes Dec. 4 at the Bancroft Public school. Mrs. Ed Smith is the North Kossuth Head Start teacher and Mrs. Rosemary Dudding will assist. Fifteen children are enrolled in the year around class with most of them pre-kindergartners from Swea City, Ledyard, Burt, Titonka, and Bancroft. Anyone wishing to visit the Head Start class may contact Mrs. Smith at the Bancroft school. If anyone would like to volunteer help with activi- •ties of the Head Start program, they may contact Mrs. Smith or the Office of Economic Opportunity in Algona, which is now open in the American Legion building basement. Mrs. Eveline Asa and Mrs. Dorothy Arend are the Kossuth County Coordinators, serving the North and South areas of Kossuth Coun- Francella Erpeldmg weds IN A CEREMONY at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, on Friday evening. Dec. 1, Francella Kay Erpelding was married to Dennis L. Voigt, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Ewald Vpigt. The wedding was performed by Pastor Paul H. Sohn. Linda Ruhnke, soloist, sang the Lord's Prayer. Wilbert Ruhnke was the organist. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Licht, sister and brother-in-law of the groom. Usher was Ray Friedrich. A reception was held in the church parlors, with Joyce Thompson in charge, assisted by Mrs. Ray Friedrich and Janice Wagner. The bride graduated from La James College of Hairstrying, Mason City, and has been employed at Gene's Wig Salons in Webster City and Fort Dodge. The groom is in the U. S. Air Force and is presently stationed at Ellsworth A. F. B., South' Dakota. Farmer near Wesley dies at rest home STRANGE CORN — A strange ear of corn was picked on the Rudy Hollander farm near Buck Grove. Cob material grew on the outside of the ear, covering most of the kernels. Wesley — Funeral services were held in St. Patrick's Catholic church in Britt Wednesday morning, Nov. 29 at 10 o'clock for Frank Spangler, 76, well known retired farmer. The Rev. Father Reynold J. Sigworth offered .the requiem mass. Burial was in the St. Joseph's cemetery at Wesley. •Frank Charles Spangler was born to Fred and Margaret Kenmimger-Spangler near Gairner December 23, 1892. He received his education at Wesley. He was united in marriage to Lorraine Douglian, daughter of the Frank Dough- ans in St. Patrick's church in Britt in 1918. They farmed most of their entire life northwest of Britt unltil Mr. Spangler's health failed 15 years ago. He was in hospitals and a retirement home much of the time. It's holiday time and your home will have the true Christmas Spirit if it is decorated with wreaths, greens and a tree from the Algona Greenhouses . . . many table decorations, floral pieces and FLOCKED TREES to your specifications. Stop out and see what's new for the holidays at — "HUENHOLD'S Fine Algona Greenhouses Phone 6-2684 CUM wtoith, Pttrtcii Doughatl, MD< dred AifHtoffefv Ootiitfi &ud< er, Dorothy Mtrttnek. iftne Meuhe, M*ry Joyce Haverly, Marilyn LkktHfc Jotftn VM* ttium, Minnie fiteidi, taut Crandfaitett and RttttiMe fion« avte. The Nun* and tttetftth< crs wlil be gueste. VIIW ART IXHIIIT There were 90 registered Saturday «t the new Horary to view the art exhibit of Karen Haverly, who had 25 pictures on dlaptay K|uren has won several prizes, and had an exhibit at the National ortendor contest at West Early Saturday morning he died at a Nora Springs retirement home where he had resided for several years. •Mr. Spangler.was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, two brothers: Joseph and Edward; three , sisters, Mrs. Anna Simper, Mirs. Mary Steil and Mrs. Lena Tree. He is survived by two brothers, William Spangler, Britt and John Spangler, Janesville, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Joe (Tillie) Friedman; Mrs. Theodore (Margalret) Potthoff, Carroll, and Mrs. Fred (Josephine) Korte, Britt. CDA PARTY DATED The annual CDA Christmas party will be held Dec. 12 in the parish hall. There will be a gift exchange, a program an'd lunch. On the serving committee will be Beatrice Hildmlan, Josephine Lictoteig, Theresa Otis, Helen Platihe, through the Famous Artist School of West Port, Conn. Refreshments were served by Karen and her parents, the Jim Haverlys. Viola Studer's name was drawn for the painting, "Touch of Red." HOMEMAKERS PARTY Wesley township Homemakers will hold an annual Christmas turkey dinner at Al's Lounge, Wesley, Dec. 12 at noon. Fern Paulson and Jean Boleneus will have charge of the afternoon program. A dollar gift exchange will be held and Secret Sisters revealed. Hostesses for the afternoon lunch will be Linda Bentele and Clara Hauptman. 'GUILD TO MEET St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, Dec. 19 and a pot luck lunch will be served at 6:30 with the officers and chairladies as hostesses and they will furnish the turkey, dressing and coffee. The Nuns and Fathers will be IN Vlf t NAM UNIT Attfly PHViWI FWtt ifeAjtltflfc Ift^H^bjMtfi flte&£ imron nmnvw w»» „ to Battery 0, of tilt SMt A* artery's Mat b*UJtott mm Dang Mi, Vietnam October 30. He is * son of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Backer fife wife Mtry ttvw in Algona. DATI tAKHALl Circles otic aftd two of the CDA'ft will ttrve tratydiit After each man Sunday, December 10 in the pariah hall. A bake sate will aUo be held. Pastor Carl Anderson; Dr. R, E. Jongewaard, Lester Larson, George Seaberg and May' nard Swanson of the local Evangelical Free T church at* tended a men's retreat at Twin Lakes near Manson Sat urday. Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church Friday, the feast* of the Immaculate Conception, will be at 7 and 9 a.m. Mrs. Joseph Skow returned Friday from Park hospital, Mason City, where she had major surgery. Employee and board metn- bers of the Farmer's Cooperative .elevator, and their wives had their annual Christmas, party ait Van's Cafe, Algona, Friday evening. They had a gift exchange and played progressive bingo. The Tim Longs have a girl born Sunday in St. Ann hospital, Algona, their first child. Mrs. Long is the former Janice Leek, daugUvtei of the "Dutch" Leeks. Mr. Long is employed by the Lindsay Soft Water Co. of Britt. Mrs. Mary Weber returned Sunday from a 10 day visit with her daughter and family, the Calvin Meineckers at Jamaica, and with relatives at Creston. Sgt, Marion Robinson and wife left Tuesday for Cali- torn*. He hid ffetutfted ly from i y«* *«fvk* lit tite iftnintry in Vietnam, Md will ilieg ft* in Wie parental home. Chet SfflWis, B«ftcfoft, stoo guests His wife has been Mvifig it Garttai, CaW. They tod visited Wi parents, the Glare Robinsons here. th* Darrell Robtnaons, Decorah, w«fe Thankaglving day weekend ALOONA'S s#ving d*y. The R»y SWvens were Sun* y gue§t« 6f -hte brother, Wendell Steven, : UUrens, were men's pirtnti, tii« en§, Aigon*. Sipplf OFFICE EQUIPMENT for CHRISTMAS •Typtwritars — Smith Corona, Hormos A Royal • Adding Machinal • Filing Cabinets • Duplicators Hutzelfs OFFICE A SCHOOL SUPPLIES Algona .:.:.:. U: GAYER, MERRIER CHRISTMAS YOUR HOME j holiday spii home with ou wreaths and flowers YlilT OUR GREENHOUSE ALGONA Mrs. Mm Joh^nnesen and IKWIWIPJIW|8$I^^ For a Gift of Distinction... CHRISCHILLES STORE SERVING YOU FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON

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