Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Betty Gatton married Betty Jean Gatton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gatton, Sexton, and Howard N. Eischen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eischen, St. Benedict, were married January 17, at ten o'clock at the St. Benedict church. Father N. Ruba officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Sharon Hansen, Humboldt, sister of the groom, as matron of honor. Joyce Craig, Humboldt, was the bridesmaid. Best man was Gordon Elbert, Whittemore, and Dale Eischen, brother of the groom, was groomsman. Leonard and Chester Dahlhauser, Algona, were the ushers. Acolytes were Richard Eis- chen, Robert Casey, Dean Frideres, and Nicholas Eischen. The adult choir was accompanied by Mrs. Robert Eischen. A dinner-reception was held at the 'VFW hall in Algona from 2 to 4 p.m. JoAnn Eischen, sister of the groom, and Jane Elbert had the guest book. Jean Eischen and Mrs. Maurice Eischen, Algona, poured. Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch and Mrs. Pete Kirsch, Whittemore, cut the cake. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. Jack Neiwald, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Richard Harman, Swea City. The couple are living at Livermore where he is employed at Logues Texaco station. Photo by Glenn's Mr: and Mrs. Ralph Donovan were visited over the weekend by their son, Bob, and family of West Union. 'Pfiey^'aTso spent some lime at Bancroft with Mrs. Donovan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis of Waterloo who also visited Mrs. Laura Burtis at the Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Robert Hedeen, nee Marita Zaugg and children are here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Baugg, for four months while her husband, a captain in the air force, is stationed in Florida. The family has spent some time in Spain and at the conclusion of this assignment, they will be going to Minot, N. D. Major Charles Crapser and family are leaving this week for Anchorage, Alaska, and their household goods are being packed today (Thursday). His family has been living here while Major Crapser's assignment was completed in Viet Nam. Mrs. Merle Chamberlain had as callers one day last week Mrs. Lester Yeovel, Mrs. Arlene Taop of Rockwell City and Mrs. Dolly Wall of Jolly. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel had Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe and family as dinner guests last week Sunday evening. Bernadine Linnan was home for the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. She is employed at Minneapolis. Recently she and Mrs. Linnan spent some time at the summer home at Lac Court Oreilles, Wis. and did some skiing nearby. Mr. Linnan was in Chicago on business and new to Minneapolis, where he was met by his wife for the trip home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Enekson, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and Mrs Charles Armstrong were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Erickson's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erdman at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jennmgi are moving to a farm near Lu- Verne. Mrs. Charles Armstrong, mother of Mrs. Jennings, is staying with them for the present and is assisting in the moving. Jerri Jo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, observed her 14th birthday Friday evening, Feb. 28, and had guests at a tre- atre party and refreshments were served at her home afterward. Guests were Debbie Will, Kay Bradford, Karles Klein, Doreen Mowers, Susan Pergande, Dale Metzger, Christine Groen, and Lynn Buchanan. Mrs. Amy Johnson entertain ed at dinner Sunday and had as guests her son Kenneth Wag- per;' The birthdays of Kevin, 11 Calvin 3, and Pamela 12, were observed. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post spent Sunday at Des Moines with the atter's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Maury White. Mrs. Post's birthday was observed. Supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Elizabeth Post were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank of Mason City, Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Esther Helberg. Funeral services were held at Eldora Saturday, Jan. 22, for W. R. Trout, father of Keith Trout, who for a few years was custodian of the Ambrose Call state park.' "The Trouts are now located at Drakesville. The deceased had suffered a stroke. The A. J. Eischeids took their son, Pvt. Marlin Eischeid, to Mason City Friday and he left by bus for advanced combat training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. New territory is sought by Sentral school Fenton — A petition which would enlarge the Sentral Community school district, both in Kossuth and Palo Alto counties, was filed with A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, at Algona Jan. 17 by more than 20 per cent of the qualified voters in the district. The petition asks for establishment of a community school district including adjacent and contiguous lands in Swea, Greenwood, Seneca, Burt, Fenton, Union and Lotts Creek townships in Kossuth, and Independence and Fairfield townships in Palo Alto. The official publication states the addition to the present district will not be by more than 25 percent of the present population. Objections to the proposal on file must be filed not later than noon February 9 at the office of the county superintendent at Algona. A meeting of the com- jined Kossuth and Palo Alto joards of education will be held that evening at 7:30 p.m. and at that time objections will be read and final boundaries set. Interested parties may be present at this meeting to present evidence and arguments. The legal notice states the method of electing members of the board should be by election at large from the district and that incumbent board members should continue to serve the remainder of their elective terms. 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