Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1966
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»~ALQONA (tew») ADVANCE THUMDAY, JAN. 13, IfM •eeeeeeeeee*««eiieeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee«eeet HELLO ,4/gono... News of families and newly married couples who have recently moved to Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Mother, 220 N. Moore Street, Apt. 3, moved here in September from Ft Dodge. Me is employed by Gerald Frankl. They have a year old daughter, Ann Marie. In Ft. Dodge they attended the South Baptist church. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grosser have retired and moved from their former home at West Bend to 502 S. Moore Street. They came in November and are affiliated with the Methodist church. * * * Pastor and Mrs. Dale V. Sigler, who have been doing Evangelistic work, moved to Algona on December 1 with their two children, Timothy 3, and Tamara, 4. He is pastor of the "Rays of Faith". * >|I <!! Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Fliehler were married December 5 in Estherville. They live at 406 N. Phillips in an apartment. He had been here for sometime working at Weidenhoff. Prior to her marriage she was employed at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. They attend the Methodist church. m m Hi Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Struthers retired to Algona from a farm in the Doan community near Titonka about December 1. They have four sons: Lee in Sioux City; Ross, Titonka; Lt. Lynn, in the Aleutian Islands; and Kirk of Algona. They plan to attend Church. the Doan Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maharas moved from Sioux Falls, S.D. on January 1st to 618 S. Harlan street. He is a salesman for COast-to-Coast. They have, one daughter, Connie, who is six years old. Mr. Maharas was They are Methodists. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chase, 1015 N. Minnesota, moved from Mason City on December 10. Mr. Chase is the manager of Dunn's Sure*Save Market which will be open soon. She will also work in the market as a checker. They have a son Ricky, 14. Two daughters are married and live in Omaha, Nebr. The family belong to the Methodist church. Mrs. Tom Forburger and four children moved here from Fort Bliss, Texas, on December 1 after Capt. Forburger left for Viet Nam with the army. They live at 1205 E. State. The children are Jeffry, 5, Jimmie, 4, Ann, 2, Tommy, 7 months. Mrs. Forburger is the former Julia Raney of Wesley. They attend St. Cecelia's church. 50th wedding is observed by Burt couple Burt — Open House for the Robert Sarchet's 50th wedding was held Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. in Fellowship hall in the Methodist church. It was sponsored by their children, the Allen Sarchets, Fairborn, Ohio, Kenneth Sarchets, Burt, and David Sarchets, Dayton, Ohio. The anniversary cake was baked by Mrs. Russell Kaufman, Swea City. Mrs. Arnold Heise, Corwith, registered 165 guests. Mrs. Allen Sarchet pour- Belle Maine, Corwith and Burt. CIRCLES TO MfcCf Circles of the W.S.C.S. will meet Jan. 19: Ethel Circle hostesses, Vera Schwietert and Edith Chipman, program, Edna Smith and Alice Cole, roll call, way, special, Hazel Teeter and Cora O'Keefe. Inez hostess, Wantalee Hawcott at. Cunning* ham Tea Room, program by Marlene Davis and Florence Spear, roll call, home, special, Benita Mitchell. Shirley Circle v/i'll meet at the church, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a serving meeting and making bandages with a pot luck dinner at noon. Hostesses at close of meeting, Beulah Davis and Mabel Campney, program by Jenny Riebhoff and Mildred Larson. SURPRISE PARTY Thirty guests from Pocahontas, Lone Rock, Burt^ Algona, Whittemore, Fenton, Humboldt and Decorah surprised Charlotte Habeger for her birthday Jan. 7. Mrs. Duane Habeger and Mrs. Robert Hamilton poured. Mrs. George Manus and Mrs. John Carlson cut and served the two decorated birthday cakes. Visiting and opening gifts and cards was the entertainment. to Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday. The William Hookers, Washington, D. C., came Friday for Weekend at Robert Sarchet's and attended the 50th wedding of her sister. The first of the week they visited in Boone and Des Moines and will fly to California to Visit relatives. Art Issacson, Stratford, Was a weekend guest at Raymond Westling's. Guests Sunday were the Stanley Blacks and Vern Shiplers. Judy Helgeson, Emmetsburg, and Patsy Zwiefel, also a student at Junior College, Emmetsburg, Were weekend visitors with Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Burt Woman's club meets Jan. 17 with hostesses Elva Boettcher, Palma Holding, Dar lene Herrick. Music is Ghana folk songs by 8th grade girls trio. Others on the program are Lettie Vogel, Jean Lockwood, and Mary Jean Andrews. The Federal Land bank meeting will be held Jan. 18 at the Burt school. The Band Mothers club will serve the 6:30 dinner. Lions Club will meet Jan. 17 at the Legion Hall. The dinner will be served by Auxiliary committee Genevieve Graham, Leoha Lacy, Dorine Pettis, and GenaVeve Spry, Portland MM, Victor Pitch •••••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee The Four Social Club held a late Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Dwight Ruse. Those attending were Lola Bartlett, Emily Larsen, Velma Nelson, Marian Spear, Hazel Carol!, Wyona Harms, Leita Phelps, Flossie Bartlett, Janice Harms, Viva Ringsdorf, Agnes Stewart, Karen Ruse and Vera Fitch. Roll call was, payment of dues. After a short business meeting, there was a 50c Christ mas gilt exchange of the secret sisters and the secret sisters were revealed. It was then voted to have secret sisters again next year and names were drawn. After visiting a while a delicious lunch of sandwiches, salad, pickles, cake and ill kind* of cookie* and coffee was served, etch bringing what ever th«y wished. A good time was had by all, Hie next meet' ing will be held Tuesday afternoon, February 1, in the home of Emily Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary and Ndrma, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Davis and family, Mr. add Mrs. Leroy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson and Kimberly at* tended the baptism of Todd Lee, eight week old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis, in . the Algona Presbyterian church, Sunday, January 9. After the church services they were all dinner guests in the Gary Da vis home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jandl and family of Hutchinson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and family, Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Trunkhill and little son, Cathy and Tommy Trunk- hill were New Years Day dinner and supper guests in the Clarence Diers home in Ban croft. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill and M». Tomy Jandl went to Ames Tuesday of iM^week Where they visited Shettdd Syd' ness and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rusher and Pam of Bancroft were Sun> day evening visitors in the P. W. Marlow home] The Portland Sddal Club will meet Thursday afternoon, Jan. 13, in the home of Jessie Miller, in Algorta. Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy called at the Tony Jandl home Thursday to make plans for the next Portland Progess Club meeting, Mrs. Howard Sparks went to Algona Friday afternoon to get the lesson, "A look at Foods", for the Portland Progress Club. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl plan to attend the 25th wedding anniversary celebration and open house next Sunday in the basement of the Bancroft Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were visitors in the Clarence Christensen home Thursday af ternoon. Mrs. Robert Lovstad and Mrs. Edmund Larson assisted with tte goidfft MUiiyifwry celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swchet. Around 160 guests registered Sunday afternoon for the golden wedding anniversary celebration and open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet in the Burt Methodist church. Mrs. Allen Sarchet poured, Mrs. David Sarchet served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet were host and hostess. Those coming from a distance for the observance were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sarchet of Fairborn, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. David Sarchet and sons of Dayton, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. William Hooker of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Hooker is a sister of Mrs. Sarchet. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Johnny H. Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kline and Cindy of Algona. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Franzen of Titonka. lc« almost two miles thick has been discovered in Antarctica. FAMILY NIGHT Jan. 16 Burt Methodist church will have Family Fellowship Night with 6:30 pot luck supper and program at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ben Hoveland, Buffalo Center, will show slides and give a talk. Mrs. Hoveland spent last summer as a volunteer worker in Henderson, Settlement in the Kentucky mountains and will have interesting experiences to share. The Good Hope folks are invited to the supper and to the program. spent Mrs. raised in Algona and the son of Nick Maharas. She is the former Donna Seefeld from Wesley. They attend the Trinity Lutheran church. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hartman have lived at 1 East Me Gregor since September when he was transferred here as assistant manager of Graham's Dept. Store from Indianola. The couple have been married 1M> years and she is enrolled part time as a student at AHS. ed coffee and Mrs. David Sarchet served punch. Shirley Circle served refreshments. Mary Hutchison and Robert Sarchet were married Jan. 12, 1916, at the home of her parents southwest of Burt. They spent all of their married life near Burt in Union, Plum Creek and Portland twps. There were three sons and one daughter who died 15 years ago. There are 11 grandchildren. Guests were from Ohio, Washington, D. C., Algona, Des Moines, Wall Lake, Fort Dodge, The Bruce, Cranstons Jan. 9 in Odebolt with Bernadine Cranston, Charlotte Habeger had the Jolly Ten club Jan. 8 at a 12:30 luncheon for her birthday. There were two guests Mrs. John Carlson, Whittemore, and Mrs. Duane Habeger, Lone Rock. The A. C. Hinckleys were guests Jan. 9 at Gordon Happel's in Humboldt. Mrs. Shirley Clark and Colett, Spencer, visited Monday with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Lockwood. The J. L. Millers returned Sunday from several weeks visit with the Lawrence Millers, Runnemede, N. J. The Olaf Rornstads returned to Des Moines Monday after sev oral days with, her brother, the Robert Sarchets. 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