Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE M, \9M ALOONA tttw.) ADVANCI-5 Wesley 25th anniversary Wesley — Relatives who attended the silver wedding party Sunday in St. Joseph's parish hall for the Clarence Nelsons included the Bon Faurots, Studio City, Calif; Father Linus Eisenbacher, Odebolt; the Girard Strouths, Reading, Minn.; Joe Studcrs, Algona; Charles Nelsons, St. Benedict; Kenneth Stu- ders, Lakota; Frank Wellicks, Britt; David Hilberts, Algona; Duane Kelches, Hampton; Will Duffys, Algona; Mrs. Rose Nelson, Jim McBreen and Margaret McBreen, Livermore; Jane Nelson, Minneapolis; the Norbert Hilberts, Vine Eisenbach- ers, Joe and Ed Eisenbachern, Wesley; Teresa Erlenier, Ode boldt; and the Lawrence Wam- pliers, Estherville. Clarence Nelson and Lucille Eisenbacher were married May 1, 1941, in St. Joseph's Catholic church by her brother, Father Linus Eiscti- bacher. Their attendants wero her sister, Mrs. (Jane) Ben Faurot and the late Henry Arndorfer Jr. The Nelsons have three daughters: Mrs. Ruth Ann Kel- Wesley girl is married at Chicago church Wesley — Roseanne Hildman, daughter of the John Hildmans, and Eugene Weimer, Chicago, were married June 11 at 11 a.m. in St. Clement's Catholic church in Chicago. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. W. J Berghaus at the nuptial high mass. Mary Hildman, Sioux City, was maid of honor for her sis ter. Mrs. Bill Weimer and Mr& Herb Bauers, Chicago, were bridesmaids. Bill Weimer, bro-' ther of the groom was best man. Eugene Hildman of Waco, Texas, brother of the bride, and Herbert Bauers, Chicago, were attendants. The bride is employed by TWA Airlines and the groom by American Airlines in Chicago. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weimer in Chicago. Out of town guests at the „ . „ , wedding included the John Hild- Emma Bigger, all of Rockwell manS) FranciS) Esther, Paul and City; the Mark Smiths, Nichola; Dorothy, Wesley; Eugene Hild- the Bob Schumachers, Ft. Dod-: mail) Wac0i Texas; Ca rme n Prage; Mrs. Bridgette Smith family, J do Austin, Texas; Joyce Perry, Mrs. Ann Bleich, Algona; Mrs. Rehobosth, Mass. . ,-...11 ^ _- ,..-- ™ „ They honeymooned in .Los Angeles, Calif. ch, Jeanne and the hostesses. Sue, who were COME FOR FUNERAL Out of town relatives who at tended the funeral of Leo Ble ich, 71, June 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic church included Mrs. Martha Albrecht, the Eugene Albrechts, Frank Kutz and Mrs. Mark Sullivan, Osage; the Henry Sellers, Mason City; Mrs. Minnie Powers, Lohrville; Mrs. Kalhryn Minnchan, Jefferson; Albert Boogc, Palmer; Mrs. Ann Carman, Britt and the Will Hau- deks, Garner. Mrs. Willis (Lois) Bohn, Belvedere, Calif., and Mrs. Jack (Marjorie) Bohn, Pa- ols Vcrdes, Calif., left Wednesday for their homes after their father's funeral. Another daughter Lorraine and husband Jerome Gallogly, West DCS Moines, also attended. Former Wesleyans who attended included the Dr. Bonnslctters, Ventura; Sam Alnor, Ames, and Mrs. Mary Me Mahon and Patty, Garner. ROBINSON REUNION The Clair Robinsons, Des Moi- ncs, formerly of Wesley, joined their live sons and families at a reunion in the IOOF hall June 9. The sons are the Dick Robinsons, Eugene, Ore.; Marion Robinsons, Ft. Riley, Kan. Bill Robinsons, Madison, Wis. Darrell Robinsons, Decorah; and Earl Robinsons, Wesley. This was the first meeting of the five boys in 16 years. The Chet Smiths, Bancroft, also attended. Dick Robinson returned to his home but his wife and children remained for a longer visit with her parents, Algona. the Ray Brauns, Dr. and Mrs. Siefried Seaman, Mrs. Le Roy Everson of the botany laboratory at Ames, and the Martin Fausts and Donald Boakes, also of Ames, attended the Leo Bleich funeral. Jeanne Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, flew to Boulder, Mont., where she will work at the state training school for the retarded. She was employed there last year. Jeanne will enter the university this fall for her Mrs, Joe Meurer has as guest, her cousin, Elizabeth Carroll, Wahpeton, N.D. Picnickers at ,he Meurer home Sunday were ;he Don Vogels, Lohrville, and Fritz Vogels, Churdan. Mrs. Grover Footc and Gary and Mark, Des Moines, spent June 15-17 at the parental Carl Froelich's. Mrs. Froelich's mother, Mrs. Francis Siepman, also Des Moines, accompanied the Foote family. J. L. Walker and his uncles, George Walker, Vancouver, Wash., and John Walker, St. Paul, returned recently from a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Jim, Steve and Ann Walker visited their grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Jaeger, in Milwaukee, Wis., last week. Ann stayed for a longer visit and expects to fly home this week. CDA will meet June 28 for installation of officers. St. Joseph's Guild met Tues day evening June 21. A film on Love and Marriage was shown Circle 5 served lunch. The Larry Bonnells, Star City Ind., were weekend guests o the Dean Rickes. They are arm> buddies and their wives were with them while they were sta tioned in Oklahoma. Mrs. Dale Wingert and daugh at Iowa City senior year. The Ben Faurots, Don and Julie, Studio City, Calif, came Sunday for two weeks visiting her relatives, the Eisenbacher families. The Ed Dornbiers had a Father's Day dinner Sunday. Guests were the Don Dornbiers and Gary Hejliks, Garner, the Dale Dornbiers, George Tushas and John Tusha, Garner. Father's day guests at L. S. Koppen's for a picnic were the Roland Schmidts, Garner, and the Irwin Wiltgens, Algona. Mrs. Laura Walker and grandchildren Jim, Steve and Dean Walker spent this week in the former's cottage at Spirit Lake George Walker, Vancouver Wash., and John Walker, St plaul, were Monday guests of thek nephew, J. L. Walker. ter, Lynn Renee were brought home Friday from the Britt hospital where the baby was born June 15. The Calvin Meineckis, Jefferson, the Geo. Roeders, and the Harold and Nick Wcbsrs had a picnic at Crystal Lake Sunday. The Meineckes came Saturday and Sunday evening took her parents, the Nick Webers, with ,hem for a week. They will visit relatives at Creston and at several other places. Tom Vitzthum, Laurens, spent the weekend with his parents, the George Vitzthums, and with other relatives. The Bill Ludwigs, St. Benedict, were also Sunday evening guests of her parents. Many relatives and friends attended the pre-nuptial shower for Nancy Ringsdorf, Burt, Friday in St. Cecelia's parish hall, Algona. She will marry Larry Lee Youngwirth July 9. BOULDER — A boulder buried in the road of the Lake Park Trailer Court was dug up recent ly by the city's crew. The boul der weighed over five tons, inea sured 6% x 4V 2 x 4 feet and hac plagued the crews for over 20 years. i'yi*3 for the Outdoor Eating S : VAN CAMP PORK BEANS r GOVERNMENT GRADED I US DAI U-S.D.A, CHOICE BEEP FOR YOUR GUARANTEE _——™ OF THE BEST QUALITY FOR TASTE AND TENDER EATING CUT FROM HIND QUARTERS SWISS STEAK CENTER CUT 303 Cans ROUND STEAK FRESH BONELESS GROUND ROUND 69£ RUMP ROAST 89£ ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25, Lb. $ Bag 1.77 SORRY WE RAN OUT LAST WEEK HOMEMADE — LEAN — FRESH HAM LOAF SANTA ROSA 29c ALL MEAT — SLICED RENWICK "A" GRADE FRESH FRYERS — BREADED SHRIMP 2V 2 Ik. box $319 STARKIST Tuna (> Oz. $ Cans COCK-O-WALK NO. 2/2 CANS DEL MONTE GESHIA . i CATSUP PEARS 14 OZ. Bottles No. 300 $ Cans ROYAL PLUS FREE aOX ROYAL GELATIN 10 Pkgs. »»+»»«»»•»»••»«•»•«•*»»»»+»»+»»»*********+< A COASTAL FROZEN Lemonade 3 •<£ 25C DEODORANT & BEAUTY SOAP DIAL B,ath Size Bars HERSHEY'S Instant Cocoa Mix NORTHERN Toilet Tissue 4 Roll Packs AURORA Facial Tissue 200 Cnt. Boxes WAXTEX Wax Paper 100 Ft. Roll CAMPBELLS No.l Tall Cans Hilex FOLGER'S INSTANT 46 Oz, Can Bleach "PL 6 Oz. Jar Gal. Jug CARNATION — 5 FLAVORS Instant Breakfast Mix 6 Indiv, Servings PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 22 THRU JUNE 29 POLICY You Can Be Sure When You Shop FAREWAY, That You Will Get The SAVINGS ADVANTAGES At All The Lowest Prices For Equal Quality. You'll SAVE Cash by Shopping FAREWAY. C O W £> O H A T t" D XI, t OO is 1 Ullil 1 ION

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