Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 17
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Aiaono Kouuth (ountv THURSDAY, MAY 1», 1966 — ALOONA, IOWA vance Methodist youth class Ann, and Jim's mottar, Ml* Laura Walker, spent Uii Wi% end in the latter'* cotta* it Spirit Lite. Janet StUder w* their guest. : , •. .••,, ^, The John Bauers, Bill Hf* beses and R. C. BaUers Wer« Sunday guests at Ralph Bauer's, Whittemore, for Marcia's confirmation. The Chris Hemmingsens, Newell, were callers in tile H. fi. Hemmingsen's home Wednesday. The men are brothers/ H E. is recuperating from Mr* gery. The Joe Millers, Harlan am James, attended the wedding o! Richard Kahler and Delorei Krebsbach at the Catholid church in Ledyard Saturday They also attended the recepJ tion in the Bancroft ballroom The Miller's daughter, the Matt rice Krebsbachs, Algona, attended the wedding as did the Joe Lappes and George Hirners and Anna Mac. Mrs. Tillie Matz was a Sunday guest at Bud Decker's, Clear Lake. Sister Mary Dorothea, Green Bay, Wto., came Sunday to see ier mother, Mrs. Theresa tertsch, paUent in St. AM K»ptt«l, Algon*. Sister Leon, Chicago, had been here several days last week. Mrs. Foertech lad a stroke last week, but Monday was improving slowly. tier oilier children haVe been to see her. The Bill Loebigs, Ft. Dodge, spent the May 15 weekend at the parental Wilfred Loebig's. The Ted Armons, Blue Earth, were Sunday guests of the Loebigs. Jim Walker, Steve, Dean and Ann, spent the Mother's Day weekend in Milwaukee, Wis. visiting Mrs. J. J. Jaeger. Mrs Laura Walker, who makes her home now at her son Jim's spent the weekend in her home in West Bend. Her daughter the C. R. Snells, Des Momes were her guests. Mary Jo, daughter of the Wil fred Beckers, leaves June 6. for Mankato, to attend commercial college. Wesley township Homemak era held a May breakfast at the ion hall Tuesday. Mrs. Clara Hatiptman and Mrs. Edna Skow were hostesses. St. Jot woman wins (1200 in conut A St. Jot woman, Mrs. Paul Thilgat, (hartd tht grand prit* in tht Sunday Cathword Cal canttst and won $1200 in tht proctM. Sht Mid »ht had bttn working tht puitlts tv- try wttk *inct tht contort started. Tht Thllgt*' farm wtit of St. Jet. m 11 n n i n n 1111111 > 11 WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store Memory Books 35c GET THEM AT THE ADVANCE . THE ALGONA METHODIST Youth Membership class, which has been taking weekly instruction from Rev. Coughenour for the past several months, is picture above. • '•• ' Front row, left to right: Randy Ricklefs, Rebecca Schoby, Ann Taylor, Linda Darby shire, Debbie Bennett, James Sigsbee. Center row: Mark Aaron, Vickie Anderson, Kathleen Miller, Sherry Bulten, Rev. Coughenour, Suzanne McGinnis, Marjorie Dailey, Rex Chally. ''.' Back row: Stephen Schutter, David Simpson, Leslie Simpson, Stephen Fitzpatrick, Mel- vih Bruns, Richard Chase, Terry Dailey. The Methodist church throughout the United States is observing her 200th birthday on Sunday, May 22, which; is'-'the'Sunday nearest to the "heart warming" experience of the Rev. John Wesley on May 24, 1738 in Aldersgate Street Chapel, London, England. In the United States Rev. Philip Embury began preaching in New York City in a sail- maker's loft to a small group. Eventually the movement spread and the "circuit rider" preachers traveled throughout the,colonies until it has reached its present numbers and is today named The Methodist Church. Rev. Newton M. Coughenour, the present pastor of the First Methodist church, will preach the anniversary sermon, "Aldersgate Can Happen To You," and receive new members into full membership of the church this Sunday, May 22, at 10:30 a.m. Wesleyansto get diplomas at two schools . We»ley — The 12 eighth-graders of St., Joseph's parochial _' 1 1 '.i Itl' * •_i'wii_l-J«£nP* < iLl^- J fc.iAri' .Al—!._. school I will J receive^ tKeir 'diplomas after the 8 o'clock mass May 29: Graduates are-Sandra Acker son,,, Barbara Haverly, Dorothy Haverly, Larry Kunkel, Paul Hildman, Dennis "Potthoff; Phil Richter, Muriel Studer, Karen Studer, Margaret Hilbert, Audra Yourigwirth, and Petra Wingert. They and the Garrigan .graduates will receive communion in a; body. .\ ' The school picnic will be held on Friday, May 27. Report ca- rds'will be given out May 31, : Vicki Detmering, Dennis Funnemark, Deborah Carman, Rebecca Girres, Marleen Harr, Ronald Johnson, Rose Ricke and Linda Simpson graduated from the Corwith-Wesley high school. Ken Kew, Mason City, gave the commencement address in Corwith May 18. daughter, Sister Leo, Waterloo, May 8. Sister Leo teaches fifth grade in St. Mary's Convent in Waterloo, her first year. She will attend summer school at Briarcliff college in Sioux City. Mother's Day guests at the parental Mrs. Tillie Matz's were the Vine Matzes, Algona, and Rosemary, Charlotte and Kim Matz,, Spencer. Mrs. Matz and her sister, Mrs. Sara Oswald, Algona, visited their brother the Alfred Kelches, Estherville recently. They/also called on the Dennis Vitzthums who op erate a cafe in Estljeryille. Masses In "'St.'Jdseph'sVCa'tlib c diur(& -Thursday Ascension )ay, will be at 7 and 10 o'clock ishop Greteman will administer the sacrament of confirma- ion to a large group of chil- iren. Mother's Day guests at Joe Miller's were their daughter, he Maurice Krebsbachs, Algona.'Sunday afternoon guests were the Frank Foxes. The Roman Rickes, Bancroft, were Mother's Day guests at Ben G. Studer's. Other recent visitors at the parental Studer iome were Mrs. John Cassel, s Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. John Welter, Dubuque. The John Hauptmans and Mrs, Clara Erdman were Sunday guests of Mrs. Martha Al- brecht at Rockwell City. Methodists will have a Chuck Wagon at the church Saturday, May 21. Serving starts at five o'clock. Lou Ricke entered the Britt hospital Saturday for medical care. The David Roquets were given a farewell party in the Methodist church. The family is moving to Fprt Dodge next week from the Methodist parsonage Sunday guests at Richard Smi th's were the Harold Smiths Clear Lake, and the Gilber Halls, Britt. "Pi-Strife N&ghbors met May 9 with Minnie Frimml. : Mrs Glenn Smith was assistant. Opal Nygaard gave the lesson on safety. The Herman Studers were Sunday guests at Chuck Studer's, near Britt, for their grandson Douglas who received his first holy communion. The Merlin Studers attended the wake Saturday at Emmetsburg for her great aunt, Mrs. J. P. Dawson, Mallard, where the funeral and burial was held Monday. Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim were Sunday guests of their daughter, the Don Vogels, Lohrville. Ronnie Vogel received his first holy communion. Jim Walker, Steve, Dean and SHOWER IS GIVEN Norma Goetz was given pre-nuptial shower Friday evening in St. Joseph's parish hall by a large group of relatives and friends. At 500 winners we re Hazel Studer and Eileen Johnson. Mrs. Ringsdorf's name was drawn for the door prize Norma, daughter of the Joe Goetzes, will be married June 4 to Francis Biegger of Des Moin es. GARRIGAN GRADUATES Commencement exercises in Garrigan high school will be held Sunday, May 29 at 2 p.m. Wesleyans in the class are Mary Jo Becker, Bonnie Reising, Linda Reiling, Betty Hathe, Don Potthoff, Ray Stevens, Francis Hildman, Mike Olson, Dick Bleich and Bob Bleich. Skip Day is this Friday, FAREWELL PINNER Mrs. Mary Rockwood, Mrs. Magdalen Bleich, the Dick Shel- lenbergs, George Detmerings, Ray Neswolds, Burton Hansens and Anna and Ethel Flom attended a farewell dinner at Spencer for the Arend Schreurs and John Engels who are leaving the Corwith-Wesley school system. The boy born May 6 to the Don Hauptmans was baptizec Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and was named Garret* Donald. Edward and Marilyn Kellner, Bode, were sponsors The Cyril Kellners, Bode, were guests of the Hauptm*ns, The Kenneth Swans, dear Lake, Philip Sesberfs, Ames and George Seabergs were Ma> 8 guests at Dwight Seaberg's Mark Mitchell was baptized t% morning ia the Doa» church- The Leo CHARGE IT! ennctff Penn-Prest 'Grand Vino' polyester - cotton: Solid tones. Penn-Prest Fortel® polyester- combed cotton plaid: assorted tones. 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