Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 20
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Ottosen girl married Ottosen — Beverly Jean Kampen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kampen, was mar- ried to Pvt. Kurt Gene Paeper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paeper, Newell, Nov. 28 at ?:30 p.m. the Rev. J. G. Skahill performed the double ring ceremony at the Sacred Heart church at Livermore. Joan Madsen was the organist. the bride's sister Peggy was maid of honor. Terry McCall, Spirit Lake, was best man. Ushers were 'Mark Beazly and Roger Witter of Newell. Mrs. Hans Kampen, Laurens, aunt of the bride, was her personal attendant. A buffet style wedding dinner was served at Johnny's Steak Harbor for 120 guests. Sandra Kostrip, Newell had the guest book. Connie Dodd and Linda Carlson, Humboldt, served punch. Mrs. Ruth Stivers, Cherokee, and Mrs. Joe Conley, Storm Lake, cut the three tiered cake baked by Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann. Hostesses were Mrs. Mildred Hanna, Humboldt, and Mrs. Margaret Mclntosh, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Norman Jesse, Storm Lake, and Mrs. Merel Ludwig, Rutland, opened the gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Twin Rivers high school at Bode in 1965 and he graduated from' Newell high school in 1964. Following a short honeymoon to Sioux Falls, he will report to California for over- (MAI0efli (lew*) Advance * ^ • m**®*****^ RCA VICTOR TRANSISTOR RADIOS There's someone in every family that will appreciate a transistor radio, particularly if it is an RCA VICTOR, the most trusted name in sound .. . . the photo below shows just a few of the hundreds we have in stock . . . priced as low as $6.95 and all the way to the $129.95 AM-FM Stereo Portables. Wide price range, yes, but we have every size, every price in between. Come in our store and see. \m ;V>:, w it! pVii^ : liS v *•*</**.t»WU(«i>t , »*»*^<?*>**4n' SfcV»i»,. l— I Tom's Radio & TV $•3260 RCA VICTOR SALES & SERVICE ALGONA ha, Las Vegas, Nev., Ottosen, Newell, Storm Lake, Gilffiofe City, Lake View, Sioux Hup' Ids, Cherokee, Sac City, tftthv boidt, spirit Lake, Dakota City, Port Dodge, Lauretta and Kutland, vwwAMAftWwiwtfywy^^ Arou|i(d Algona seas duty and she will continue to live with her parents Until he returns. ri Guests attended from; by ONIETA DIDRIKSiN •>• f >... Phwit IfMIOS Mrs. Earl Zelglor and Pat Krapp of the Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt Law Office attended the Tax School held at Hotel Fort Des Moines Thursday through Saturday at which Algona. attorneys were also present. ,< i A number of high school girls who are voice pupils of Mrs. Vaughn K. Rising, assisted her in a Christmas program given at the Methodist WSCS meeting on Thursday. They were: Kathy Peterson, Sara Huber, Barbara .Paul- stick and Kathy Skow, .who sang a quartette; Susan Smith, Mari McCullough, Kathy Bixler, LuAnn Holt, Jan Limbaugh, Ann Taylor, Phyllis Moulton, Kristi Kent; Sharon Von Bank, soloist and Sandy Faulstick, accompanist. : •• • near Blooming "Waif ie. Mr*. Lawrence Mllltr was hostess' at a Birthday Open House for her grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Potter, on Sunday at the honoree's home. Some 45 relatives and friends called during the afternoon A niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Stump, were here from Dunnell, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Ames, came from Ayrshire, where the latter's son-in-law, Rev. Ben Gaul, is pastor of the Methodist church. They also visited at the home of Mr. Applegate's daughter, Mrs. Miller, the Scott Moores, Ames, Mrs. Potter's sister and her husband, were her guests last week, returning home on Thursday. A reception was held Sun- day in (he* Misofiic temple at Mason City honoring Mar- jofi« Phillips who wti recent' ly appointed Grand Electra. of the Order of Eastern Star Members from the AJgona Chapter in attendance were: Clara Shuts, Elsa Cunningham* Robert and Jeane Bole* neUi. Among entertainers were The Panic*, • male quartette of which Mrs. Phil* lips husband is a member, Mr. and MM. MaH Strait visited their son Michael and family at Cedar Rapids from Thursday to Sunday, EnroUte home they stopped briefly at Veterans' Hospital in Des Moines where their brother-law, H. M. Smith, had surgery on Thursday. Mrs, Smith drove to Des Moines with him on Wednesday and is staying with Mr, and Mrs. Ralph (Skin) Laird during his illness, The Streits also visited Mrs, Streit's sister, Mrs. M. W. H, Morling of Emmetsburg, who has been a patient at Iowa 'Methodist Hospital since Thanksgiving Day when she suffered a coronary attack at the home of her brother, Milton Coonan. Orville Bakktn cam* last week from Houston, Tex., to . be host with his sister & her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson, at the Golden Wedding Open House held Jack Williams will arrive home tomorrow, Dec. 15.from Fort Ord, Calif., for an Army leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams. He will leave Jan. 2 to report at Brooklyn, N. Y. for further training. At the December 5 meeting of the Order of Eastern.Star, officers for 1968 were elected as follows: Worthy Matron, Valerie Williams; Worthy Patron, Robert Williams; associate matron, Corrinne Gabrielson; associate patron, Glenn Gabrielson; secretary, Doris Steven; treasurer, Jeane Bole- nus; conductress, Nancy Moore; associate conductress, Eveline Asa. These officers will be installed at a special meeting on Tuesday evening, Jan. 23. A number of Algona club women drove to Titqnka Thursday afternoon to attend the. Christmas Fair put on by the Titonka Federated Club. Going from-here were: Clara Amesbury, Mesdames Andrew Hanson, J. B. Asa, Inez Wolf and R. 0. Bjustrom. The Rev. and Mrs. William Noland with Rev. and Mrs. 'Merlin C. Davies of Good Hope Methodist Church were guests Thursday evening at a dinner party at Spencer ; at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Rpger Russell who entertaine,d all of the Algona sub-district pastors and wives that evening. Dr. Russell is 'District Superintendent of the Spencer District and he and his wife entertained all of the ministers in his four districts at pre-Christmas dinners last week. •, D. D. Sparks arrived home a week ago yesterday from Iowa City where he had spent three weeks at University Hospital and undergone surgery. He had planned to fly to Fort Dodge but planes were grounded because of fog, so he came by bus. Mrs. Sparks had driven home after a week there. Sunday dinner guests on Dec, 3, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey were their son Fernley and his wife of Iowa City, the Lyle Runcheys, West Bend, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Hill, Mason City, Dennis Helmke, and Alberta Payson, Mrs. Fernley Runchey remained here all of last week while her husband was in Charles City for a meeting of employees of the Salisbury Company and in attendance first on Monday at the funeral of Dr. J, E. Salisbury, founder of the firm. Wednetday noon of last week Mr. and Mrs. Gale Leek of Blooming Prairie, Minn., were luncheon guests at the George Scuffham home, where Gale once helped with the farm work prior to entering military service. They also visited Mrs. Leek's mother, Mrs. E. A. Platt, while here. The couple now farms when you think of Sunday afternoon at First Lutheran .Church for their parents, Ufa and Mrs. Oliver Bakken. About 100 friends called to offer congratulation*, some coming from fort Dodge, lode, Buffalo Center and other nearby towns. Mrs, Harwy Lars** and Becky Brandow vlilted at Chaplin recently. While there, Becky iaw the church, the school, 'and the home in which Mrs, Larson (Mildred Brandow) and her brother Harold lived from 1929 to 1930 with their parents, the Walter Brandows. They also visited the Oliver Kothenbeu- tels at Hampton, owners and operators of the Drierdale Restaurant and Hobby Shop, also the Harry Hubergers at Chapin. On Sunday Mrs. Larson attended the Golden Anniversary of Salem Methodist Church where a classmate of her sister, Marie gave an account of the church history, and Mrs. Kothenbeutel, a girlfriend, told What the Church had Meant to Her, during her lifetime of membership there. Becky had to return home to play the org- at; at the Burt Methodist Church on that Sunday so could not be present for the anniversary observance. Bernice Strubla, Vinton, came a week ago Monday to stay for a time with her sister, Mrs, C. & LaBarre, who had shortly before been released from St. Ann Hospital. 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