Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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KUHN ANNIVERSARY Over 150 persons attended the open house celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn at their daughter's, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein, on April 24. Mrs. H. J. Meyer, Cincinnati, Ohio, sister of Mrs, Kuhn, poured. Grandchildren, Mindy Kuhn, Des Moihes, served punch and Rick Klein had the guest book. Mrs. Bob Kuhn cut the cake. In charge of the kitchen were Mrs. H. S. Montgomery and Leota Halpin. Guests from out of town came from Cleveland and Ada, Ohio, Ankeny, Des Moines, Strausberg, France, Crystal Lake, and Em- meteburg. M-D BANQUET HELD The Mother and Daughter Banquet of the Congregational 'church was held Tuesday evening with 90 in attendance. The men of the church cooked and 'served the meal. Mrs. L. Bohannan was master of ceremonies; Kathy Hatch welcomed the mothers and Mrs. Ted Herbst welcomed the daughters. Shelley Smith presented a piano selection. Emily Nevitt showed slides and talked of her experiences last summer in the Black Foot Indian Reservation in Montana. •••.' •.;••; • ..'.•' •' - ATTEND FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford were at Des Moines recently where a family reunion was held at the home of the mother Mrs. A. C. Crawford, who will be 93 in October. ! Present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford, Philadelphia, Pa., and sisters, Mrs. John Bernard and Mrs. Paul Larson of Des Moines, and several relatives of the younger generation. This is an annual event. Six attend a meeting in Sioux City Irvington — Mrs. Elmer Dole, Irvington, Mrs. Robert Eischen, here, Mrs. Julius Winkel, Mrs. Art Ristau and Mrs. Bridget Smith, all Algona, left Friday for Sioux City, for the biennial state convention of the Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs Dole is a district deputy, and represented Courts at St. Benedict, Bancroft, and Mason City Mrs. Eischen represented Court St. Benedict also, and the others represented Court St. Cecelia, Algona. They returned Sunday. AOVANCI THURSDAY. APRIL M, 1W4 Mrs. Harold Smith joined her Kenefick and the children. son Eldon Moore of Muscatine at Britt where they visited With Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Edna Richter of Titonka who is hospitalized there, Mr. Moore returned to Muscatine Sunday. P«to r«sfd*nt at tho Mrs. Robert Black and daughters, Roberta and Becky, went to Sioux City, Saturday for the weekend with Mrs. Black's aunt, Mrs. Esther Hendricks, for Mrs. Hendricks' 69th birthday. Many neighbors and friends called during the weekend. The Robert Skillings are the grandparents of the 8th grandchild a girl born April 20 to the Dewey Skillings, Algona, 7 Ibs. oz. named Sandra Su- TO VISIT COUNCIL BLUFFS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves are going to Council Bluffs f or i the weekend and will be guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. E. B: Mathiason. The daughter, Janet, is graduating this spring from St. Albert high school ano will take part in the class play being given this week. 11TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED The eleventh birthday of Kevin Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner, was observed Sunday. Guests were the grandmother Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Jan Gardner and Mrs. Lorraine Johnson and family of Charles City. ATTEND CONFIRMATION Mrs. Max Bast and her sister- in-law, Alma Bast, spent Sunday at Emmetsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and attended the confirmation of the Varcoe's daughter, Jane, in St. Paul Lutheran church. Jane is a granddaughter of Mrs. Max Bast. DINNER GUESTS SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson had as dinner guests Sunday the latter'si parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken, their son, Kenneth of Long Beach, Calif., and the Hanson's son, Dick Mittag and family of Jefferson. Julie Vipond married san. She has four brothers and three sisters. Maternal grandparents are the Jim Burns, Algona. ' Mrs. Wayne Byerly and Judy, Ames, recently spent ten days with the Lawrence Millers and Mrs. Nell Potter, the latter of Algona. The Chet Fitches, Rockwell, were Sunday guests at Lawrence Miller's. The Dick St. Johns had as guests Sunday for Marcia's 6th birthday the Fred Hintzes, Livermore, god-parents of Marcia, and the Allen Darbys, her grandparents. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Judy were in Livermore Sunday at the wedding reception of Richard Coleman and his bride. Richard, a son of the W. L. "Colemans, was married in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Ed Ditsworth, Irvington, her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Glenn Black, Burt, and Mrs. Jim Kollasch, Swea City, went to Mason City Friday. Mrs. Ditsworth, who is suffering from cataracts, consulted an eye specialist. Seventeen attended the Youth Fellowship meeting at the Irvington church last week Thurs day. Keith Strayer was in charge of the lesson. Suzanne Kent had devotions and Karleen and Charleen Klein served the lunch. HOSTESSES MONDAY Mesdames Ed Adams, Don Hemmingsen, Maynard Miller, Warren Nelson, Paul Owens, Dave Smith and James Whitte- inore gave a brunch and dinner Monday forenoon and evening at the Country Club. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Herbert Haas is enter taining her bridge club Wednes day afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Mrs. John Hopkins is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. Cub Pack 70 hat meeting Pack 70 of the Cub Scouts met April 19 at the Bryant gym. Den 1 had tire opening and the skit; Den 5 sang the song of the Pinewood Derby. Dens 4 and 6 had Nature exhibits. Den 3 had the closing. Denner awards were received by Danny Christian and Robert Egel; ass't. den- ner awards, Kevin Ballard and Greg McDonald. Other awards were Gary Carman, Eon; Ricky Ringsdorf, bear; Owen Davies, bear, gold arrow; BUI Bernardo, wolf, gold arrow and ass't. den- ner; Kyle Schattschueider, wolf; John EUer, gold arrow. Service stars and attendance bars were eapae4 by <f°*y Bernardo, Jim Ci$a?i» Tona Kinseth, Mark Moa- tag, Jeff Rich, Steve Schneider, Parrel! Sfceyen, Tim gittritsch. receiye4 thje ser- Mrs. Ardain Eastman served cake and ice cream Thursday afternoon for her sister, Judy Coleman's birthday. Also present was Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mrs. Kenneth Potter and children, Algona. The Robert Caseys were Sunday callers at Marion Casey's. Mrs. Floy Neal, Colorado Spr ings, Colo., and Joe Metzen Armstrong, went by ambulance to Berlin, Wis., last week Wed nesday to get their mother, Mrs Emma McConnell, and bring her to St. Ann hospital. Monday morning she was placed in the Good Samaritan Rest Home. Mrs. McConnell, 87, had been in a rest home at Berlin, and previous to that had lived with her son LeRoy there. J. M. Patterson, although still ill in bed after a bout with infection of the salivary glands, is reported much improved. Dda Elliott, Iowa City, daughter of the Pattersons, came last Wednesday and remained until Saturday. Also coming Wednesday was a sister of Mrs. Patterson, Leota Halpin, Ankeny. She remained until Sunday. Clarence Canaday, Don and Gloria, went to Douds Saturday to see the former's mother, Mrs. Fern Canaday, who has a heart condition and has not been as well as usual lately. They returned late Sunday. Pam Henderson in swim show Iowa (City — Pamela Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Henderson of Algona, is among the 34 Seals Club members participating in the annual production Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30, of synchronized swimming. The coeds will perform 14 original swimming routines based on a day's television offerings. Pamela is a freshman at the University erf Iowa. THE WEDDING of Julie Ann Vipond and Robert B. Dickinson, Fairmont, Minn,, was at 12:30 p.m. April 16 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Fr. James Bruch officiating in the double ring ceremony. Eldon Winkel served as commentator. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Vipond, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Dickinson, Fairmont, Minn. The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Timothy Vipond, as matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Jayne Dickinson, sister of the groom; and Barb Bartlett. Junior bridesmaid was Julie Haas and the miniature bride was Stephanie Nowrocki. Jane Faber was the bride's personal attendant. Best man was Tim Vipond, brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Larry Jensen, Fargo, N. D., and Doug Hinders, Worthington, Minn. The reception at the K C hall was attended by 225 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brandow were lost and hostess. Susan, Vipond, sister of the bride, had the guest book. Mrs. Larry Householder served punch. Mrs. Dick Vipond, Sioux City, and Mrs. Jack Vi- >ond, Des Moines, poured. Sisters of the groom, Mrs. Jon Fredrikson and Mrs. Gordon Oaty cut the cake. In charge of the gifts were Bernadine Fields, Judy Faleo, Rhonda Brandow and Mary Ann Torgerson. The bride and groom, both graduates of Mankato State college, are living at 514 East Second St., Fairmont, Minn. She teaches first grade at Welcome, Minn., and he is employed by the Minnesota Employment Service in Fairmont, Out of town guests came from Chicago, 111,, Worthington, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth, Bemidji, Mankato, Fairmont, and Welcome, Minn.; Clear Lake, Photo by Poundstone. Onawa, Sioux City, Rolfe, Trenton, Mo., and Fargo, N. D. Good Samaritan Home, was visited Sunday by Henry Haagp Henry Jr., Tom and Joe of Whittemore and Jerry of Omaha, Neb. Dr. and Mrs. John Ktnefick went to Rochester Saturday and brought back with them the former's sister, Naomi Kenefick of Eagle Grove who had been hospitalized three and a half weeks at St. Mary's. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bunkoftka Went to Cedar Falls Sunday and visited With the son James' family. He is employed with the John Deere company and travels quite extensively. Mr. and Mrs. Gtonn Burti* lave received word of the birth Sunday, April 24, of a daughter ;o their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Grant at Imperial Beach, Calif. The infant has been named Brenda Kay/, and has a sister Pamela Ann. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt have returned from a divided vacation. The first part spent at Virginia Beach, Charge for visits to Union Slough There is to be a charge for use of the Union Slough National Wildlife and Game Refuge Recreation Area this year according to Paul Ferguson, Federal Game Reserve Officer. He received a release Wednesday morning from the Department of Interior, Bureau of Sports, Fishing and Wildlife at Minneapolis, Minn. There will be* no charge for fishing off the road, however. The permit for the3Re- creational area which has picnic grounds, swimming area and fishing will cost 50c a day for an individual or $1.00 a day per carload of persons. The Golden Passport which is a permit to all Federal parks and refuges in the United States, costs $7 a year and can be purchased at the Slough Recreation area. Last year 5,000 persons used the Recreation facilities. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser were at Spencer Sunday, guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Archie Umbrell and little son Scott. Ethel Potter returned today (Thursday) from a three months visit with her daughters in Irving, Texas and Omaha, Nebr. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! was Va, with their son William Jr. and family. He is in the navy and it had been three years since they had seen him. They went via Washington, D.C. and did considerable sight seeing there. The second part of their vacation was more recent, going to Brighton and Ottumwa lor a visit with friends, thence to Colo to see the mother Mrs. Anna Wyatt, 99, who is recovering from a bad case of shingles. The Wyatts returned home in time lor him to exhibit his collection at the Sportarama "rock hounds" booth. Mr. Wyatt is custodian at the Ambrose Call State park. , Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson were visited Friday and Saturday by the latter's sister, Mrs. Don Mertz of Grand Island, Neb. She brought with her the Hanson's daughter, Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret of Spencer. Mrs. Max Bast will have as dinner guests Sunday her son- in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Richard Groan took her sister, Mrs. Earl Meier of Burt, to Iowa City Monday. Mrs. Meier will have surgery at the university hospital. Mrs. L. J. Cassel returned Monday from a visit since Thursday with her parents, R. J. iNearys at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carlson and family spent last weekend at Des Moines and Coon Rapids. At the latter place they were guests of Mrs. Carlson's sister, Mrs, Jake Jacobson and family. Dr. and Mrs. John Kanefick spent Monday and Tuesday at Des Moines where the former attended a medical meeting. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and their daughter, widow of the late Stephen Mr, arid Mrs. Alfred Schwtck Were visited recently by Mrs. Walter Siielor of Albert Let, Minn, who was enroute home from Ames where she had Visited her daughter, Carol, a stil dent who is studying veterinary medicine with the treatment of small animals in mind. Mr. and Mr*. J. F, Hoflus had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, Mrs. Ethel Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and their house guest, Mrs. Walter Steiler of Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Ted De Courey of Webster City Were guests last week Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin at Spencer. The second birthday of their son, Bret, was being observed and the guests are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken have been visited by their son Kenneth of Long Beach, Calif. His business took him as far as Omaha, Neb. and he was met there by his parents. Dr. E. B. Mathiason of Council Bluffs recently attended a meeting of State surgeons at Fort Dodge. His wife came here to visit with her parents ant brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook. She was joined here by her hus band at the conclusion of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer am Luella Blumer went to Des Moi nes last week Saturday to visi Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sigler to whom a daughter Julie Lynn granddaughter of the Blumers was born. She is the first grand child. A. D. Crawford recently at tended an insurance meeting a Cedar Rapids. He. was accompa aied by Mrs. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Harold "Si Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hel mers returned Sunday to Den ison. The men are employed there and will decide later whe ther they will remain perman enftly. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamber lain were at Humboldt Sunda P., both Tltonk*; t brother, 0* offev fitoiik*! two itetew, Mrs, Edna Harringa Itatiftft, Carl Harm*, Tilonka, and 10 grand' chtldfeii. dies at Britt fWonka W Simon tUcka, 68 died Sunday morning, April 24 At the hospital at Britt, follow ing a lingering illness. Funeral services were , held Tuesday at 1 o'clock at the Good Hope Lutheran church with Rev. A, Gerstmann officiating, Burial was in the church ceme* ery. Blake Funeral Home was n charge. Bearers were Henry Baade, Senus Isebrand, Wm. Spear, loyd Huiftmati, Tom Loats And Jerry Boekelman. Mr. Ricks was born Jan. 5, 1898, at Titonka, son of Edward and Gertrude Bergman Ricks. He was married Feb. 20, 1923, 6 Henrietta Wagner at Algona. He farmed for several years and later was agent at a filling station in Titonka. He retired in 1961. Survivors are his wife, two daughters Mrs. Tom (Anna) Potter, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Chas. 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