Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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observed by Titonka pair Sp-ohior* wtHte Sitpi ,&t& ttdt^u, and ftft. Wffbtfr 'Se*t6tw. Mr. ScJcttm was the bus titenlca — The Ernest Petersons May 8 were given an opeH house for their golden wedding anniversary at Good Hope Lutheran church. Theit wedding Attendants, Mrs. Lawrence Win* kel and, Mrs". Alviti »*—^^ —-" ite present. , X In charge of,the guest,,book Were Richard Peterson atid' v Lt£ Well Bently, and, the Wayne Koppens served punch) iMwle t»eterson i preside^ at the* gram. « Taking part in the program %ere Gene Peterson, Lois Bent? ley, and Carol, Ronald,, Neil &nd Janet Koppen. Rev. Gerst- tnann gave a talk. -' The Gene Petersons were < at the card and gift table, and the Larry Petersons were hosts. Sirs. Merle and Mrs. Richard Pe- tersoh poured and Mrs. Lowell, Bently cut and served the cake! ,V Helping in the kitchen were Mesdames Gene Huff, Leonard Gray, Jerry Wubben and Leland Schroeder. „• ~ r i In the evening a supper was held for all the Peterson children and families and other relatives at the church. SENIOR SKIP DAY Seniors of Titonka high school went on their Skip Day May 11 and returning on May 12. They, had originally planned, to go April 15, but bad weather caused a change in date. Wednesday the class toured the Ford plant and airport in Minneapolis. In the evening they attended cinerama. ' Thursday they visited university of Minnesota campus and the state ca pital, and went through South ONIT , A, dedication service was held Sunday evening at the Ramsey j Reformed church, titofika, for 5 ! the new educational unit built the past several months.' flfeV. Jbftri Jarissen brought the ' farmer pastor, spoke briefly. Qp&njiouse was held after the! Service, and Itfnch was served. J^it6nk» $6maA's clufr met Thursday at Mrs. Clarence Bra*' Mitel discussion was ffekl .bV.Mrt. .Mary Btidlong, Hazel BUdkmg and Mrs. Clifford Dale shopping center: They had .dinner on the way home at subject,was family well-being arid the mature years. •, i,.y,,P,W. Auxiliary met Tues- 4a"y\at the Elmer Gerdis home, with eleven members present. Mrs\, Glen Miller won the! door prizel T,he district meeting was held Su'nday at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher attended a session of League of Women ^Voters at ,,the Thomas Maleug horns in Algona Tuesday. Titonka Federated club met Thursday evening for the final meeting of the. club year at the school lunch room. A picnic supper was followed by a business meeting. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher was a guest of the Plum Creek Woman's Club Wednesday at Mrs. Floyd Bode's. Mrs. Oesterreicher is county chairman of Federated Women's clubs. The Chas. Robys and Alvin Paulson, Westbrook, Minn., spent the weekend visiting at their sister, the Ernest Petersons. RETIREE — L. F. Raddle, of Rock Rapids, has just retired after serving the Rock Island railroad for the past 47 years. He was agent for the Rock Island in Rock-Rapids the last 18 of those years. WE'VE NARROWED THE FIELD ON GOOD USED TRUCKS THESE ARE ALL 1965 DODGE Va TON Pickup. This truck is lik. ntwl Drl- v«n only 9,000 miles. Still hit '40,000 miles of guarantee. Radio. A real bargain}), i ' 1963 CHEVROLET 2 TON Cati ft Chassis with NuWay Tandem Axle. 2 speed/8.25 x 20 • Up ply Tires. We have • 16' Grain Tank !which fits,thia truck. This is a real clean unit. J <! l 1963 INTERNATIONAL % TON Heavy Duty Pickup. V-8 — 4 Speed Trans., Overloads. 1961 G.M.C. Vi TON Pickup. Long wide faox. A real clean unit. V-6 Engine. , '. WE'HAVE SEVERAL New 1/2 & 3 4-Ton Pickups 2-Ton Trucks In Stock! —— Come in for a top deal ——— Kossuth Motor Co. CHEVROLET 6NE STOP SERVICE Southwest of Courthouse Square ALGONA, IOWA (Iowa) MAY 1*, ftfjtmsfln, Mfl Engaged MR. AND MRS. James Darnell of Blue Earth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to James Bierstedt, son of Mr, and Mrs. Art Bierstedt, Lakota. She will attend Austin sch66l of practical nursing in the fall. He is empioyed in the meai department at Elmer's Super Valu at Blue Earth. No definite wedding date has been Set. St Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Albert tWlges, Mrs, Raymond Kbhlhtts, Mrs Sylvester Wigh^r, and Mfl Ralph Bor- niinn. Lunch was served follow^ ed by a Social houf. Mrs, E. J. Gales received the plate pt\te and Mrs. John Capesius and M«. N. J. Weydert received high and second high in 500, .The Milford Platlies and Syl- viester Wagners attended the 65th annual Assembly, Iowa Stats Council of the Knights of C61umbus, in MarshalltoWn Sunday. Milford is Grand Knight in St. Joseph's Council Daniel James Berte, son of the James Bertes, was baptized in St. Joseph's Church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were the Vernon Bertes. Mrs. Lizzie Weydert, Algona, had her 90th birthday May 15 and was honored here in the home of her niece, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, with 30 relatives and friends for a social afternoon. Debbie and Murl Dodds, daughter and Son of the Dean Dodds, Algona, had birthdays May 15 with the grandparents, the Raymond Kohlhaases, great- grandparents, the John Thuls and K. L. Kohlhaases from: here attending the dinner at the Dean Dodds home. The paternal grandparents the Wm. Dodds, and the great-grandmother, Mrs. Mamie Winkel, Algona, and an aunt Mrs. Marie Jacobs, Austin, Minn., also attended. Florian Faber was taken to St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Ft. •mbtihfK* Thursday ests in ITU 04 *•**> "** i *»•»«*<•«/ v»*vai WB Crv* JdJfepfi'* Me% hospital in Fort ** tte «f«f dfWuilfc for TM Gardner, Los Angeles, Cilif., arrived Friday it his »is- tcf the Jde SinnWelll Mf. Gardner hid heart surgery list De- csmbsf and is here convalescing. He is * widower and has another Sister besides Mrs. Sinn- well. Mrs Jim BetfeMAd son born in St. Ann's hospital, Algona, May 5 cahie home^Mondey, The Donald Kinnes, Ottoseri, trirt Al- pltonse Bertes, St. 3os, are (he grandparetits. ' Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch Mr. and Mrs.. Jerry Peterson and daughter Donna Were Sunday dinner guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mrs. Hugh Williams entertained at a coffee, Thursday after noon. Those attending were .Mrs.. Elma Pugsley, .jars. Evelyn Mack and Miss Pearl Lockwood, all of Hardy. Mrs. Eunice ReibhOff and Mrs. Margaret Long, both of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. Zwiefel and family, Mrs. Glen Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zwiefel and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Seeberg of Ames were all picnic supper gu- tained the Ray i*. ttjtft .Sk**BA'»• in ner 'norns, .. riing In fi«hd¥ of day. Mr/tfld Mrs. .Mehftet fruftk^ hill will eftt*rtaln at a dinner in their home next Sunday, in honor-of the 15th birthday of, their 86fi .Tofrf. Invited gQests ar& Mr. and Mrs. fohy Jandl, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill ah'd family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Triinkhill and family, all of Burt and Mf. and Mrs. Jerry Pe terS6n and Donna of Algona. Mrs. Robert Donnelly and Mr. and Mrs, Guy Donnelly of Fair rrfont were Saturday dinner guests in the Roscoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe,Stewart ate dinner at the Sirloin Steak house at Fairmont, .Mother's Day guests of their .daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donnelly of Fairmont. David Scott, nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott made his .first communion at the ;St. Cew>lia church of Algo- ria. Dinner guests in the Scott home, in honor of the ^occasion was Mr. and Mfs. HenrV Muller Mir. arid Mrs. Vern Muller and Bobbie Muller, all of daif , f whefe she itt Dubuqil* th*t y**r. . Chester Fttch and two of his neighbor boys called at the Victor Fitch home Wednesday afternoon. '' ;,-^'•"•'.'• "' '.:•• : '• "Many who expect to be saved in the llth hour, died at ten- thirty." ''•;•'':.'.."•.• • . •••'•.- - FIRST MOE ON MAY 27 • chiiu Thrill. Spill* Top entertainment Only T for Malts , '- i ( . ' Free Used Car •——_ To be given «w«y at the first race by SCHULTZ TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS South Phillips Stratt ALGONA The Frank Bormanns, Davenport, were weekend guests of their daughter, the Maurice Redings. Sunday the Redings had a family dinner in observance of the 90th birthday of Mrs. Lizzie Weydert, Algona. The Wilfred Kohlhaases, Harley, Theresa and Carole, spent Sunday with' the son, Daifyl Kohlhaas at Trinity prep school in Sioux City. Dafyl is a freshman. . . Mrs, Wm. B. Devine had her Five Hundred club Thursday with Mrs. Damain Centgraf guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. John, Th'ul, Mrs. Susie Kramer and Mrs. Damain Centgraf. Mrs. John .'.'Th'ul has the club next. Mrs. E.M. Gales returned Sunday from St. Joseph's Mercy hfospital, Fort Dodge, where she was a medical patient a week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Friders, Lu Verne, were surprised in their "home on Sunday by rela : tives for their 20th, wedding anniversary. They have a daughter, Betty Lou Friders, postulant at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, and sons Richard, Arlo and Dean at home. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs. Clarence Thilges and Arlo Friders receiving high, and low to Mrs. Raphael Gartner and Julian Gartner. Lunch brought by the 1 guests was served. They were presented a 30-cup coffee maker as a gift. Attending were the . Felix Thilgeses, Clarence Thilgeses, Sylvester Thilgeses, Melvin Thilgeses, West Bend; Alfred Bormanns, Bancroft; Edmund Friderses, Algona; Raphael Gartners and JuU- cn Gartners, Ma pie ton, Minn.; the Edwin Thilgeses, Martin Fri- derses, Andrew Kramers, Paul Erpeldirigs and Harold Friders, St. Joe. C U of A met Wednesday with election of officers for the new year the main business. Installation of officers will fbs 'June 15 at 8 p.m. The court voted to give $15 to the Catholic Relief Service in Korea, Mrs, N. J, Weydert, grand regent, and Mrs. Martin Friders, past financial secretary, gave reports on the state convention at Sioux City. Mrs, Weyjlert was select ed 'as a delegate to the national convention in Boston, Mass.,, July 17-22, Mrs. Milford Plathe is courtesy chairman May through August, The Mother-Daugh ter banquet will bs held June 2 in St. Joseph's School Hall with reservations to be made with a committee member by May 30. 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