Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 8
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Services for .*'. *',rv.'< v ." '.""••./•> ex-teacher The requiem funeral mass was offered for her at St. Francis of Assist convent chapel Thursday, Dec 14, St. Louis, Mo. The Rev, Leo Liebt, convent chapel, was celebrant. Burial Was in Holy Sepulcher cemetery. Sister Loretta is survived by three sisters and one brother. We»ley — Sister Mary Loretta Koenig, OSF, Who taught at Wesley in 1962 at St. Joseph school, died Dec. 11 at St. Ann Health Center after an illness of several months. ST. JOSEPH'S GUESTS Sister John Baptist, Vicar- General of the Sisters of St. Francis, and Sister Mary Ruth, the elementary school superior of the community, were guests at St. Joseph's convent and school from Dec. 9 to Wednesday, Dec 13. AMfRKY CMISTMAS Wi hope Santa brightens your day at you've brightened our year. Thanks. They are from Milwaukee, Wis. Sister John Baptist was elected to this position in June, and wishes to become acquainted with the Missions of this community. She is also the regional superior of a group of missions, of which Wesley is one. Sister Mary Ruth visited the classrooms, observed the classes in session, and became acquainted with the all-over functioning and administration of the school. SHOWER IS GIVEN A group of women attended a pre-nuptial shower at St. Patrick's Catholic church parlors in Britt Monday evening for Patricia Bleich, daughter of Art Bleich and the late Leona Bleich. She will become the bride of Richard Trulson, Britt, Dec. 30 in St. Patrick's church. Patricia is bookkeeper in the hospital in Britt and he is employed by the Prilchard Auto Co. in Britt. LEONA'S TAP SCHOOL PARTY The annual party for the children of St. Joseph's parochial school will be held Thursday in the church hall. They will give a program at 7:30. All the children of the parish t)f grade school age or younger are special guests and will receive a gift from Santa Claus. Everyone is most welcome. Peace and Joy May you enjoy the fulfillment of all your hopes and prayers, bringing you peace and contentment this Christmas season and always. THERMOGAS OF iONA A pre-Christmas dinner was held Sunday at the parental, Herman Studer's. Attending were their five sons and families: Leonard, Iowa Falls; Rollin, Britt; Kenneth, Clear Lake; Merlin and Donovan, Wesley. Mrs. Hazel Studer was also a guest. Mrs. Justine Becker spent several days last week with two of her daughters, the Arnold Kollasches and the Pat Baumanns at Whittemore. 'Mrs. Jo Meurer accompanied Mrs. Clotlida Hutchison, Mason City to Minneapolis, last week where they spent several days. The boy born Dec. 14 in Mercy hospital, Mason City, to the Zeno Reisings, has been named Michael Zeno. Mother and baby were brought home Tuesday. The young couple also have two small daughters, Jane and Becky. 'Mrs. Burnadette Pfeffer had major surgery in a university hospital, Iowa City, last week:;-; .. '•"' •'••.••^••r • Margaret\<^;\^se?|af Rochester, Minn., spent ;fou days last week at the parental Edmund Otis's. The Jim Lucases, Ames, were also Saturday guests. Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church Christmas Day will be at midnight and at Mr, and Mrs. Francis Pf lester of Bancroft announce the engagement of their rtatifhteis Marilyn Jean, to Donald Lappe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lappe of Emmetsburg. A January 13th wedding Is, being planned at St, John's • Catholic Church In Bancroft. 7:30 and at 9 a.m. The Edward Johnsons and Mrs. Helen Johnson and the J. P. Studers, Algona, spent The Johnsons and Studers attended the annual coop Christmas party at Hotel President. Mrs. Helen Johnson visited her daughter, the Ed Thissehs. The fine arts department of Garrigan will give the Christmas message in song, stage setting, and drama on Friday at 8 p.m. The Harold Hemmingsens spent Saturday night and Sunday in Storm Lake visiting his brothers, Ernest and Axel. The latter was hospitalized following a light stroke Thursday. Christmas vacation in Garrigan, Algona, and St. Joseph's parochial here will.be- gin at 2:45 p.m. Friday. Classes will resume January 3. •Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim spent December 10 in Lohrville with the Don Vogels. Jim returned home that evening. Mrs. Meurer returned with the A. N. Richtsmeiers Monday evening, after attending an operetta "Christmas On Cloud. 25." Grandchildren of Mrs. Meurer and of the Richtsmeiers took part in the operetta. The Richtsmeiers visited their daughter, the Paul Schmidts, Churdan. .'..• ,The, Ed Cruises v had thejr 5QO club Saturday evening. Merlin Studer, J and Mrs. Ed Cruise won high and Mr. and Mrs. George Casper won low score. Gary Smith, ENS, returned Wednesday to the navy base at San Diego, Calif., following a week at the parental Rich- We're sending our warmest wishes to you and your family for a very, merry Christmas/ Thank you for your patronage. - /**« -V ,<' *" *• ..*fr ff s . * J Here's to a Yule that's brimming with fun, in the season's special and joyful mood. Our best you ' \ May the peace and serenity of this holiday season dwell in the hearts of all. To our customers and friends, our greetings, 9091) wishes and grateful thanks. HI-BRED SEED CORN 00, POST TMMFER I STWUQE afd Smith's. He has made two trips to Vietnam during his three yeafs ifi aefvic*. Other Sunday dinner guest* of the Smiths were the Riy Smiths, Klemme; Leonard Studers, Iowa falls, and Jean Craig, Hurnbdidt. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Gary were Tuesday evening guests at Glenn Fuller's in Humboldt. The women are sisters. . A girl was born Dec. 15 to the William Koppens in the hospital at Britt. She weighed 6 Ibs. 7 ozs and has been named Jacqueline Anne, The young couple also have Jeff* rey, Jennifer and Steven. The Franklin Bodes had their card club Sunday evening. At 500 at 3 tables. Mrs. Mike Vitzthum and Mrs. Vern Olson received high for women and Mike Vitzthum and LeRoy Grandganett for men. The Grandganetts will have the group Jan. 7. Judy Hilbert, employed in Denver, Colo., came Saturday, and Kay Hilbert, who is employed in Glendale, Calif., came Monday. They will spend two weeks at the parental, Norbert Hilbert's. Becky and Mary Hilbert who are employed in Minneapolis, spent the past weekend at , home and will return for the Christmas Weekend. Wesley township 4-H girls and boys went caroling in Wesley Wednesday evening. Later they had refreshments at Joseph Skow's. The Andrew Reisings and the Clete Studers were Sunday guests at Philip Studer's at Stacyville for the first communion of Kent Studer. Kent's grandparents, the J. P. Studers, Rose and Margaret, Algona, were also guests there. , The Claience Golwitzers joined a group of her relatives at the parental Matt Weydert's in Algona Sunday for a pre-Christmas family dinner. The Weyderts leave Saturday by plane from Sioux Falls, S. D., for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will visit a daughter, the John Thuls. Winners in the turkey drawing Saturday were Merlin Studer, (Mrs. Carol Kiley, Clarence Dornbier, Clarence Aitcheson, Pete Youngwirth, Mary Joyce Haverly, Helen Axness, Mary Lou Erickson, Joe Goetz, Mrs. Larry Grand- ganett, Curtis Quinn, Stanley Hanig, James Haverly, Leonard Larson, Harry Eggert and 'Mrs. Will Goetz. Rosemary 4 F£ertscji^'»»s brought Home Monday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been several days for medical care. Open House lofMwtyweds Mr. and Mrs. .1. I). Simon, Wauwatosa, Wisc i( announce the engagement of.their daugli" ter, Jane, to ItichaVd II. Clark, Bancroft, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Clark of Volga, S. Dak., formerly of Bancroft. No wcd- ding date has been set.. Both arc seniors at the! University of Iowa. Iowa City. Mi. Clark, a life-long resident of Bancroft, is a graduate of St. John's High School, class of 1964. Miss Simon, a 1964 graduate of Marion, Iowa High School, is a former resident of Algona. Miss Simon is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and Mr. Clark is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Lakoto students at art exhibition Lakota: The Junior arid Senior Art Departments of <the Lakota -School .and their instnic- tor, Mrs. A. J. Budlong attended an art exhibition at -the Rotunda at Estherville. Junior Co- lege in Estherville, Iowa, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 14.- This was a loan exhibition of Early American Art prepared by Joslyn Art Musemum, Omaha, Nebraska especially' for the Estherville Junior College, and was sponsored by the Peoples Natural Gas and Northern Natural Gas CO; Interesting to the group was the collection of paintings and sketches by Alfred Jacob Miller dating back ito 1&37, when he accompanied Captain William Dummond Stewart an explorer leading a caravan for the 'American Fur Company. Stewart met Miller in New Or-leans where Miller operated a successful art studio. He joined Captain Stewart on his journey and along the way produced on (the spot sketches and notes and late in .1837 he re- pjj Ijew Oceans iand will be on Mouse showet lot Mrs. 6ady y - the fdflrier Gail Bsiirrian, at, the Bethany Evan* geHeal And Reformed Chweh ofi Thursday, .Dec. 28 at 7:30 p hi. All friends 'and relatives are invited to attend. . • Gail and John Cady were married on Dec. 2 at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church, Returns homt from Mexico Lakoia; Paul Geilenfeldt, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Geilenfeldt, returned to Minneapolis, Minn., from his teaching duties in 'New 'Mexico, Me was met at the airport by his brother Gary on Friday, Dec. 8. On Friday, Dec. 15, Dr. and Mrs.uGielenfeldt and Gai-y attended graduation exercises at Mankato State, 'Where Paul received his Bachelor of Science Degree. Lcdyord whool cleiing activities ted>*rii; Christmas vacation will begin at IheLedyard school 6ft Friday, tfec. 22. There will be a friovie M 10 a.m. fxtf the grade .school students.ami they Will ha"ve their f oonv barti the afternoon.' There Will be a movie for tri high school students after nooh meal and their gift-- esl change will take place follov ing that. School will. be dismissed 2:30 for the Holidays" and Wff resiMnc 611 Tuesday, January '•/f, at the usual time.. ., [|«MH Servicemen JON L. JENTZ PensacoU, Fla. — Navy Ensign Jon L. Jentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Jentz, of Fenton, has reported for advanced instrument flight training with Training Squadron 6 at the U. S. Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. While with the squadron he will undergo training in the Navy's T-28B "Trojan" aircraft. By the use of navigational instruments he will be able to fly the aircraft from takeoff to destination without visual reference to the ground. ROBERT G. HEINEN USS Ranger — Airman apprentice Robert G. Heinen, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Heinen, Algona, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ranger in the western Pacific. The 75,000 ton aircraft carrier recently joined the U. S. Seventh Fleet for its third deployment of the Gulf of Tonkin where it will assist in meeting the United States' commitment in Vietnam. A »tockin 9 f gll of if what you richly deserve for being tuch steadfast friends. Merry Christmas! STHUECKEK'S CONOCO Rosy cheeked carolers carry our glad message of Yule greetings to everyone. We Will Be CLOSED December 25th & January 1st LUDWIO'S HA/c'll bask in the warm after-glow of Christmas the year round because of your friendship! }{ . . r; f{r , -The, group, also ; ha~d ^tlie, opportunity to visit ' the Art DeV parturient at 'the Junior College. & WEBSTER As the sounds of Christmas ring out across the land, we hope that the holidays bring, only joy. CARLSON MERRY CHRISTMAS! (HUM! rliffr lu our wonderful friends nnd riisloiiu'r*. We're K™leliil to one and ;dl. J. C. PENNEY CO. INC. CMAS fo our host of good friends, we send holiday wishes, with appreciation for your loyalty and good will. WEIDENHOFF CORP t mmm

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