Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 20, 1966
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military service. He Is the son of the Godfrey (kitefrfelds who formerly lived a mite >eit of Burt but now live fieaf Fairmont. TO CLEAN CHURCH Circles of the WSC$ will do, the usual annual cleaning of the Methodist church. Gladys circle members meet at 8:30 a.m. June 21; Shirley circle members at 8:30 June 20, and Janice circle at 6:30 June 21. LIBRARY STORY HOUR Story Hour at Hurt public library will be held each Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. Stories and games are for all from four years through first grade. The Robert Davises, Hayward, Calif., came Monday to visit several weeks at E. Smith's, Jr. and H. E. Rachut's. Mrs. Davis is the former Stella Rachut. Auxiliary at Ledyard names old officers Ltdyard — All officers ex- cspt the treasurer were re-elected recently by the Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Melbourne Haag will succeed Mrs. Melvin Busch as treasurer. Others in office for he past year are: Pres., Mrs. Earl Jorgenson; first vice, Mrs. C?rlyle Engelby; second vice, Mrs. Glen Klocke; sec., Mrs. Howard Klinksiek; sgt, Mrs. Alvin Busch; chaplain, Mrs. Lena Warner; and historian, Mrs. Dallas Green. Mrs. Melvin Busch will bs membarsliip chairman. Other chairmen will be named and announcsd at the July meat- ing. St. John's church to celebrate Diamond Jubilee Three lake special courses neth Codys, Cylinder, Mrs. C. A Jurgens and Mrs. James Sabin j Ledyard, and Mrs. LeRoy Davis Burt. Guests at the Larry Manu home alter the recital for Lor were the George Maivases, Mrs Beulah Dundns, Mrs. Jacob Gi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- AL60MA liam Fett and family, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Fett. William Richardson of Minneapolis, brought his son Bill' to the home of Albert Fish where he will spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and family spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge helping Mr. and Mfs. Jack Neiwald move into their new home at 1202 5th 21st St. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family moved into the home vacated by the Tom Kimballs. Vickie and Jane Fisher returned to their home after a week in Chicago. John and Jim Daniel visited their father, John Daniel. Sr., on Thursday at the University hospital in Iowa City. '. Eldon Geary, who is employed at Mason City, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary. Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjer- sted. R. N. A. will meet Thursday night at tli3 home of Mrs. Arthur Livingston with Mrs. Elmer Livingston and Mrs. Harry Maw assisting. Joyce Krebs, who is employed in Cedar Rapids, spent the past weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs. Evelyn Dawson is on a two weeks vacation from Gates in Ft. Dodge and is spending it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lss Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman of Algona visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Esther Kouba, Jane Dannewitz and Don Nectar tort. • She hu been teach- Mrs. ^ucmejohnso^and M, tk'ton, both Algona, were marking for the past two years in the) Mr and Mrs Cecil Glawe and ried June 11 at four'p.m. at the 1 , Algona high school He is a gra-j fami]v and Mr ' and Mrs Robert _,,..-,, i u o,,,,o ' duate of Buena Vista colu"pj<v PA. i/-,-—*, ,, Christ ^utheran church, Syra-| 5torm Lake> where he INoD. ,,,,,,,,i,-,,, ,-,( , JUNI dram home. A gfou|> of and relatives hadJychaHVMl'i Oft Friday evettlfig .ajttfas „ _ » A *T* Jtf-flrtlfc « ley home fof Mr$ld Mrs. Gate Oxley. - - - ; ^ , . •« i*« MUSHROOM -^ Owen Cook, 14-year-old son 6f Mr. and Mr*, Howard Cook of Maqtiokett, t& cently found a mlfchfddffi. ttfefc» suring seven inches by-'three and one-half inches. Furnace with a LIFETIME Algoiia pair married Chambers attended a Nygaard reunion at Livermore 0:1 Sun- TO BE TEACHER Ronald Richtsr, graduate of Mrs. E. H. uarmgwjiz, syrz.cirss, i , , - ., T „,. Neb., and he is the son of Mr.' ^ n t °f the Lc, and Mrs. Henry Nettle.ton, O'f Storm Lake. The Rev. R. Beckman p"a> formsd the double ring csremo- club. He ivlr. and Mrs. , i and family and Albert Merriam ^! attended a 1 """^' reunion at Ottc^aa Sunday. ny, assisted by Intsrn E. H. | tho the dairy science department'at Dannewitz, f?.th?r of the brids. f . South Dakota State, has accept-; Maid of honor was Karen Dan- ed a graduate assistantship at newitz, Ann Arbar, Mich., and summer in will wm Green Colonial GROWN Gas Fired Furnace the university of Kentucky ; : at the best man was Larry Wilson, Lexington, At the present tim 3 ; Everly. Cathy Lovdcamp was will be teaching in the high i living at Brookings. Hs will bride, and Jamas Anderson, Al- Baneroft — Rt. Rev. J. H. Schultes, pastor St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, will be hon- orzd 0:1 the 5Cth anniversary of his priesthood Tuesday, June 21, 'ine t lurch will also celebrate its Diamond Jubilee on the same aay. Msgr. Schultes was ordained in 1916 and came to Bancroft in 1933. He was designated Right Rev. Monsignor in May, 1958. During his tenure, every present building in the entire St. John's parish has been built except the church. He has directed the building and fund-raising for the present school, convent, new rectory, the new high school and cafeteria. This spring, the church received a renovation and painting under his supervision. Msgr. Schultes will be the celebrant at the Solemn High Mass at 10:30. St. John's choir will furnish the music. William Droessler will be the accompanist with John Marshall directing. A 12:30 dinner for about 250 will be served in 1 St. John's school cafeteria for Msgr. Schultes, clergy, his relatives and his invited guests. Monsignor William Mason of Assumption parish of Emmetsburg will be toast master at the dinner. The speakers will be the Rt. Rev. Msgr Heury Karhoff and Very Rev. Joseph Fitzpatrick and a word from His Excellency Joseph M. Mueller D. D. of Sioux City. Guests from coast to coast are expected to attend. A reception for the public will be held at 3 o'clock in St John's church hall. A brochure of the 75 years existance of St. John's,Parish is being formulated and will be distributed to each family in the parish. Featured in the brochure will be news briefs and pictures of the past and present. Chris Conn, high school jun- or, will attend the national ligh school institute in busma^s. . _ „ . „_ . at Northwestern in Evansto,i,j the Bill Ludwigs, Algona, Mrs. lene Richter will teach at Sioux lighters 111. this summer. Marilyn Paetz, | Darrell Ludwig and Rhonda, Valley, Minn., for six weeks'of Lovekamp. Iowa City, and James Schutt3r,|Mrs. Govdoi Kuhn, Algona, the morning classes in beginning, Ervin Van Haaften, Algona, St. Olaf, Northfield, Minn., are I Bernard Millers, Mayme Lav- typing. She will return to Round was soloist, and Kathy Ander- Habeger, go to Lexington in August. Dar- gona, served as ushers. Candle- were Sue and Chris participatlng in summer science institutes. Burt student will study at Rome college renz, Danny and Kurt. MO- Burt HAVE MOTHERS TEA Burt Bluebirds hod their tlicrs Tea June 11. were Marica, Cindy Sodcrbrg and Roche lie Sarchet. | Diane Person presided. Sharon Tiggcs gave the welcome. Cindy Long and Margaret Powers told of their trip to Washington, D. C. Becky Cranston read "Just Like Mother". Mrs. Person presented a heart award to the club. .Eugene Ulses, who! Cindy Faber, Cheryl Coady, ° T I T/^i-l-... T> r. t- *• n »,-.*-. v« T n»-i*ii<-ir\ \X/rtl + _ Lake, Minn., in. the fall to ;bV sen, Dos Mo'nes, organist. A re- jjjifc her second year there,, 'anna-Richter arrived home " nesday from Mankato State two weeks natioaal air guarc training, and Mrs. Sloan and the daughter are visiting this week . , A1 ,- , , , with her parant.3, Mr. and Mrs. at home in Algona where both j August figges at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Myrxi Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram, Mr. and Mrs. George Gueatlier and fam- and Mrs. Catherine Hansen :re Sunday dinner guests at •• E'iner Glav.'e home. Mrj. JLm Mullir.-s h?.d a par- Mrs. Harry L. Maw "c.-^.l shower for Margsne Wagner 0:1 Sunday evening at her homo. ,'..-.f. end Mrs. J2?se Scott visit- ad Sunday evening at the Carrol il Sizes for Mobile H^mes Exclusive All Cast lioft heat exchanger extracts maximum heat from every cubic foot of gas. Cuts heating bills. Extremely quiet -.noiexpan- sion or contractiori^-'iioises. Uniform, healthful -heat in every 'room.;: Be sure.lo see the Green Colonial CRpWN before you buy any fuinacet Ask us afcout'^ SPECIAL FACTORY Dl'tCOUNT until Juiy 15 The A.mc?ric?n Legion Aimli- at Hostesses j will spend the summer with h'er bsry vSavols, France, had theiiim. O..nc:-rs elected Tor th and Pam Barents, the Fred Richtcrs. She. guest book, while Mrs. Jerry Lie- —- : "' s """ r -"•• has completed her junior year at Mankato. Lyle Jorgenson arrived home Saturday afternoon after speridr ing the week at Boy's State at Camp Dodge. He was sponsored by the Matbsner-Estle American Legion Post here. Bruce Meurer, • . r*Ti T Xt V ! Kathy Patterson, Lonnice Walt- Lakota, also spent the graduated June 5 with honors iman Janet cherland> Marcia j there. His father James : at the uhiversty of Dubuque,; Soderberg, Diane Person, Ar- \ took them down and the Everett was given a reception June 12|i ene coady, Marilyn Cherland, Thompsons brought them back, at his parents the Ervin Ulses cyntia Soderbsrg and Jean Ly- Mrs. Marie Halvorson attend home. The Quenten Fangmans, Elma and the Linus Vaskes, of Rolfe, and local relatives and riends were guests. He has res- rvations on the S. S. Co.istitu- ion and will sail Sept 23 for lome where he will atend ^orth American College for our years seminar. N DANCE RECITAL June 13th a dance recital "Just Dancin'," was held at the Fenon school. Mrs. W. W. Jolley is ,he instructor. Brenda Jean Jurgens and Lori Ann Manus took part in two numbers, a tap dance — the "Jazzy Powder Puff" ballet, "Some Little Pretties." Guests at the Ronald Jurgens home for Brenda after the recital were the Art Codys, Ken- nch gave a style show of the clothes they had made. Marilyn Person was narrator. Marilyn Tiggss and Cindy Patterson gave readings. MEDICAL GRADUATE A 3/c Allen Geilenfeld graduated from the medical service school, Gunther Air Force Base, Ala., and is now serving as a medical laboratory specialist at Dayton, 0. He graduated from Burt high school in 1963 and attended Ames before entering ed commencement at State College of Iowa. Her daughter, Mrs. Paul Wilson, Waterloo, received her master's degree. Lt. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer, Fort Knox, Ky., came Friday for a week at Supt. Gilbert DeBoer's and Maurice Keil's. They will return to Fort Knox. Banns of the approaching marriage of John E. Miller, son of the Cyril Millers, and Una Kathleen Whittaker, Melrose, Mass., were announced for the first time Sunday morning. mcr, Oxford, served. Barbara Websr, Gencseo, 111., poured and Mrs. Ronald Voga, Somonauk, 11., and Mrs. Larry Wilson, Everly, cut the cake. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lovekarnp, Meredosia, 11., and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Larson, Sandwich, 111., and the of the Christ Lutheran waitresses. and Linda Carey, both Somonauk,_ 111., opened gifts. The bride is a graduate oi Iowa State University at Ames and a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Phi Kappa Phi, and Mor- WIRING i Connected or Corrected '! UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-222S BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" LUVDRNE * WESW3Y * TITONKA • CORWJTH t RENWJGK at "?4 - HOUR AMIVUNef It's good! to gtt horn*... after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's pleasant to relax wit):, cool, refreshing beer. In fact, 65 % of all the beer produced in this country is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it renews your zest. So, make yourself at home . . . with beer. UNITEQ STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 159, OSCEOLA, IOWA women church served as Misses Janice Hann coining year ara: Mi's. man, prss.; Mrs. R. C. 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