Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1966
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Seneca church annual meet held Jan. 10 Scneia — The annual meeting of the Blakjer congregation was held Jan. 10 at the church. Henry Looft presided. Devotions were by ^ Melvin Bratrud. Thanks were given Mrs. Cheryl Glasnapp, Ringsted, parish secretary, for preparing the book of reports. The statistical report for 1965 was by Mr. Looft. Ted Jensen, sec., and Martin Wilberg, treas., gave reports. They voted a contribution to the Okoboji Bible Camp at Spirit Lake, but voted against a membership in the Emmetsburg Lutheran Home at Emmetsburg. Plans were made to hold special Mission meetings in the spring and fall of 1966 and to work out a schedule for midweek Lenten services. Election of officers for 1966 included Henry Looft reelected chairman; Ray Bergum, vice; Ted V. Jensen, sec.; Martin Wilberg, treas.; John Johannesen, trustee for three years; Henry for three Johannesen, lands, Maurice Weisbmls, Hen-_ at'the recent meeting of the ry WttbergSj Claude Johnsons, Fred Joliannesens, Wayne Ny- mahs, John Nymans, Wayne Lynchs, Robert Lynchs, Art Ber- gums, Delmar Fischers, Raymond Bergums and Roger Jensens. GUests were Angus Cotton and the Henry Loofts. FAMILY REUNION The Henry Wilbergs were co- hosts with the Manno Pietersens at the Pietersen home at Ringsted at a family get-to-gether Saturday for their son, Vernon, who is in the air corps, and the Peiterson son, the Barrel Pei- tersons, Mt. Holly, N.J. Guests included the Henry Langes, Thompson; Dale Danielses, Estherville; Harry Bonnicksens, Reuben Larsens and Roger Larsen, Armstrong; Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Ringsted, and Jane Streuc- ker, Minneapolis. Wilberg, deacon years; and Fred board of education for three years. Gaylord Olsen resigned from the board of education and Elmer Krause was elected to complete the remaining two years of his term of office. Others elected included David Looft and Henry Wilberg, auditors; Mrs. Henry Looft, Communion set; Henry Looft, sexton; Iowa District Convention delegates, August Nelson with Melvin Bratrud as alternate, Waldorf College Corporation delegates, Lar ry Johannesen, Julian Cherlanti with David Looft as alternate. An organist is to be hired by the trustees and the ushers appointed by the chairman of the congregation. The Blaker Congregation is presently without the services of a regular pastor, but services are held every Sunday with pastors being supplied from Waldorf college at Forest City. PARTY FOR HUSBANDS Seneca Modern Mixers had husbands as guests at an evening party • at Jerry Wilberg! Jan. 4. Co-hostesses were Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs. Joe Madden Mrs. Richard Bauer, Mrs. Her bert Krause, Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs Johan; Johannesen was the birthday member. PARENTS NIGHT Seneca Progressive Farmers held an annual parents night at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Jan. 10. Ray Bergum introduced 4-H members who had received special honors during the past year. These included Lowell Mueller, District 4-H Camp held at Clear Lake last June. Torn Lynch, who took the citizenship trip to Washington, D.C., and Brian Johnson, winner of the Chicago Award Trip. c Rodney Jensen who was recipient of a Chicago trip explained how these honors might be achieved. Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, told about his recent trip to Japan where he spent three weeks visiting various points of interest. He also showed slides. Among parents present were the Amey Cher- Kathy Merrill has been a recent guest of her grandparents, the C. 0. Baileys, Seneca, re- uperating from a tonsilectomy. Last Wednesday guests of Mrs. Henrietta Thompson were her brother, the Henry Barg- mans, Des Moines, and Mrs. William Bargman, West Bend. The Everett Withams had visits from their children and families during the holidays. The Robert Thiels came from Sioux Falls, Pete Helmerses, North Aurora, 111.; Norman Watsons, Troy Grove, 111., and Clifford Schlesingers, Paw Paw, 111. - Thursday club will meet at Mrs. Ervin Vottele's Jan. 27. The Harry Yungebergs, Algona, were last week callers at Everett Witham's. The Fred Johannesens left Friday for Milwaukee, to visit their daughter, the Jay Fulwil- ers, and see their first grandchild, Steven Erik, born Dec. 28. Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent several days following the holidays with her daughter, the Larry Menzs, Swisher. Mrs. Melvin Danielson, Dolliver, 'and Mrs. Mildred Opsal, Armstrong, were Friday callers at Henry Looft's. Mrs. Danielson and Mrs. Looft are coworkers on the radio program, The Christian Woman Speaks, over KICD Sunday mornings by the American Lutheran church women in the northwest Iowa area at 11:15 a.m. Mrs. Danielson will present the Nazareth Lutheran Church Women of Armstrong Sunday, Jan. 30. Mrs. Everett Witham attended the 4 Corners Mothers and Daughters club recently at Vern Walker's with Mrs. Opal Simpson, Whittemore, assisting. They planned a supper for the mothers, fathers, and daughters at the Lutheran School at Whittemore Feb. 4. Mrs. Witham club. Lieut, and Mrs. Darfel Peiter- sen and family, Mt. Holly, N.J., he Manno Peitersens, Ringsted, and Jane Streucker, Minneapo* is, were Tuesday guests of the ienry Wilbergs. The dinner wa» •or their son, A3C Vernon Wll* Derg, home on furlough. Titonka pair wed Dec. 28 at Good Hope Titonka — Celine Kay Miller, daughter of the Glen A. Millers, Titonka, and Dennis Lee Schmidt, son of the Veryl M. Schmidts, Titonka, were married Dec. 28, 7:30 p.m. at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Rev. A. F. Gerstmann officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Charlene, matron of honor, and Carole Johnson, Gal va, 111., was bridesmaid. Keith Hamilton was best man and Alfred Rode was groomsman. Sherry Michaelson was flower girl and Terry.. Michaelson, ring bearer, twins ' fr.ohi Whittemore. Raymond Krominga, Lakota, and Bert Sankey, Britt, were ushers and candle- lighters. " : Janice Alhe was soloist and Mrs. Leonard Leeck was organist. ill the' evening at. the Norman man was Micheal Wolluei, Ban- fettins home. The Art Boykens became grandparents when their first grandchild *»• born to the Terry Sullivan*, Mankato January 8, 6 Ibs. 3 oz. and has been named Heather Colleen. Mrs. Sullivan is the former Sherry Boyken. . Good Hope Lutheran Jennie and Shirley Circles met Tuesday evening at the church. Florence Circle met Wednesday at the church, fiea Circle met in the afternoon at Edward Boyken's, and Jeanette Circle at Herman Welhousen's. Janan Circle met in the evening at the church. A wedding reception was held following the ceremony for 100 guests, with Mrs. Wayne Senne, Humboldt, at the guest book, Dining room hosts were the Gary Michaelsons, Whittemore. Mrs. Stanley Larson, Burt, poured punch. Mrs. Bert Sankey and Mrs. Henry Plaisier cut the cake, and Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst, Algona, and Mrs. Raymond Krominga. Lakota, poured. Waitresses were Janet Cunningham, Myrna Rike, Cynthia Rakow, and Peggy Michaelson. Kitchen helpers were Mesdames Lester Callies, Delmar Kinseth, Wm. Rode, Art Hike, Ray Cunningham, Art Boyken, Jerry Boekelman and Herbert Rakow. Gifts were unwrapped and displayed by Mrs. Ronald Lee, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., and Mrs James Kiewett, Buffalo Center She is a graduate of Titonka high school and Northwest Institute of Medical Technology Minneapolis, Minn. He is a graduate of Titonka high school and is serving in the navy; . ' They are living at 1745 West 48th St., Norfolk, Va. Joleen Mueller, James Bergum, wed at Fenton . I .....,.:..,'-..- . ' . . Scntca — Joleen June Mueller, daughter of the Roy Muel lers, Fenton, and James Car? Bergum, son of the Raymond Bergums,. rural Bancroft, were married Friday evening at 7:30 at the S$ John's Lutheran church at| Fenton. The Rev. Rex D. Spicer officiated at the dou ble, ring ceremony. The bride was attended by a college friend, Mary Kauffman Veils, Minn., as maid of honor bridesmaid was Beverly Berk and, Cylinder, and , junior bridesmaid was Margene Hen ricksen, also of Cylinder. Janice Bergum, sister of th groom, was flower girl. The bride's brother, Lowel Mueller, was best man, grooms roft, and junior groomsman, dward Bergum, brother of the room. Ushers were Larry Mueller, ''enton, brother of the bride, nd Lowell Carlson, Worthing:on, Minn. Music was by Mrs. Gus Crause, Fenton, who accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Terry Dixon, the former Jane Angus, Bancroft. A reception was held in the church. Marlys Mueller had the juest book. Punch was served )y Mrs. Orville Fisher, and Mrs. Julia Petticord poured coffee. The wedding cake baked by Mrs. Leo Crowley was served Mrs. Harvey Henricksen and Mrs. Bennie Berkland. Dining room hostesses were VLrs. Edna Mueller and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Waitresses were Rhonda Kern, Audrey and Kathy Bergum, Linda Sue Kracht, Anna Menz, and Ann Fortney. Gifts were opened and displayed by Andrea Stefanski, Judy Merfeld and Mrs. William Loss. Grandmothers present were Mrs. Iver Bergum, Bancroft, and Mrs. Wm. Mueller, Fenton. Out of town guests were from Wells, Mankato, Worthington, Minn., E'stherville, Bancroft, Ringsted, Cylinder, and Lake Park. She is a graduate of Sentral high school, Emmetsburg Junior college and Mankato Commercial college. He graduated from Sentral high school and completed a business course at Mankato Commercial college. He has enlisted in the navy and will be leaving in the neai future. Following a short wed- Dr. Clifton Bruland, guest pastor at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday, was a guest of the Ted Jensens. Ted and Dr. Bruland were classmates at Luther college. The Iver Bergums had their 53rd wedding Jan. 12 with their children and their families in for coffee. Joining them were the Lloyd Eichenbergers, Lakota, Art Bergums, Raymond Ber- gums and Julia Petticord. The Art Bergums were Sun ter; the Harry Whit.takers, Bakersfield, Calif. He is a teacher in the schools there. Guests during the weekend at William Gies's were the Warren Brones, Martin Tokheim, the Maynard Hurlburts and Harold Krantzes. Mr. Gics is recuperating from, a back injury of several weeks ago when he fell from the roof of a building and broke a vertebrae. He will have to wear a steel brace for about five months. ALGONA (I6wa) THURSDAY. JAN day guests at Donald Larsen's, Mrs. Mervin Johnson had as Burt. The women are sisters. guests for Kandis' 6th birthday Holly Krause, Candace Vaudt and Bill Hassel attended a surmise birthday party for Ricky ihaw at his home Saturday. There were 13 self-invited guests. Mrs. Cecil Bailey was brought lorne from the Emmetsburg hospital Saturday after a week there. She is better, but will be recuperating for some time. Sunday guests of the Calvin Vaudts included his father, Walter Vaudt, Whittemore, the Donald Shaws and Mrs. Esther Frank, The David Loofts were Sunday guests at Milford Hoppe's, St. James, Minn. The Clarence Osborns spent Sunday with their son, the Roger Osborns, Carroll. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones The Art W. Larsons and Ron aid Johnsons were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elvina Bensen at Emmetsburg. ding trip to Wisconsin they will Mrs. Andrew Brones spent live at Fairmont. two weeks visiting her daugh- Susan Rock, Carmen Bishop and Sheila Peterson! Coffee quests of Mrs. Johnson were VIrs. Rock, Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Mrs. Elvin Swanson and Mrs. Truman Johnson. The Truman Johnsons visited at Lester Johnson's, Algona, Sunday. The latter Mr. Johnson is convalescing at home following hospitalization at Mason City for surgery earlier in December. The Art Krachts took their daughter Lorraine back to Tarkio, Mo. Sunday to resume college. The Kenneth Broneses movec to their farm in Eagle township Dec. 27. The place is just two miles north of their former re sidence. Last Tuesday afternoon & Everett Johanson's guests foi Mrs. Ole Johanson's birthda were Mrs. Vern R. Johnson and her father, Mr. Schnitzmei er, the John C. Johnsons, Fair mont; Matt Andersons anc daughter, Mrs. Bredburg,. Dun nell, Minn., the Milton Peter sons, Mrs. James Harner, Mrs George Rohlin, Mrs. Marlin Hardt and granddaughter, th Ole Johansons, the William To bins, Mrs. J. P. Peterson, Mrs Kenneth Brones, Mrs. Jerrj Vegner and girls, rural Fair* nont. • | The Art w. Larsotii had Jfie im Bensons, OttoWa, as gu«n.4 Wednesday. '\ The Harold Joneses visittd er sister, Mrs. Mary Budlong, Titonka, Sunday. '<. Mrs. Harold Jones and Mts. tfeldon Brandt visited Mrs, «fbe reston at Good Samaritan <at 5stherville Monday. The Everett Rippentro|»s >vere guests of his father, 0<<<J lippentrop, Lakota, Sunday. Mr. Rippentrop is 81 years old. ? The Glen Minos and daugh- :er and Mrs. Larry Clausen and Lana were Sunday guests Marlyn Paul's. ..... •.... j HAROLD C. SUNDET Algona, Iowa Mr. Sundet ranked six teenth nationally in new sales among all our representatives for 1965. Member E. C. Dopps Agency, Mason City, la. THE MIDWEST^ INSURANCE COMPANY Of LINCOLN, NIBRABKA Edward Dennis, son of the Harold Wibbens, was baptized Sunday morning at Titonka Methodist church. Edith and Hazel Budlong are on a winter vacation in Arizona. 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