[ gMWH»jm,_VO t _10^__Nf^«. laigona tapper Bess r DEC. 14,1967 SECOND SECTION Wesleyan S.U./. Singer LOOKING OVER MUSIC for the annual "Cocoa and Carols" Christinas concert with director Mike Livingston (seated) are these members of the Old Gold Singers, colorful University of Iowa choral group. They are (from left) Dennis O'Neil, Terril, and Dick Jongewaard, Wesley. Both are seniors at the U of I, and sing tenor with the group. The Singers, 35 members strong, provide mid- western audiences with entertainment during the year through personal appearances and radio and television broadcasts. Jongewaard is the son of Dr. R. E. Jongewaard. Beverly Kampen Of Offosen Weds Nov. 28 OTTOSEN - Beverly Jean Kampen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Fred Kampen, was united In marriage to Pvt. Kurt Paeper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Paeper of Newell Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Rev. J. G. Skahill performed the double ring ceremony at Sacred Heart Church, Livermore. Joan Madsen was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white crepe sheath floor-length gown with an empire waist, and alencon lace bodice and sleeves. The detachable shoulder train of Alencon lace was encircled with crepe. She wore a pearl crown with a Chantilly lace mantilla veil and carried a long cascade blue and white pom pom bouquet with blue and white streamers. Her sister, Peggy, was maid of honor. Terry McCall was best man. Ushers were Mark Beazly and Roger Witter. Mrs. Hans Kampen, aunt of the bride, was her personal attendant. A buffet style wedding dinner was served at Johnny's Steak Harbor for 120 guests. Sandra Kostrip presided at the guest book. Connie Dodd and Linda Carlson served the punch. Mrs. Ruth Stivers and Mrs. Joe Conley cut the three-tier blue and white cake, baked by Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann. Hostesses were Mrs. Mildred Hanna and Mrs. Margaret Mclntosh. Mrs. Norman Jesse and Mrs. Merel Ludwig opened the gifts. The bride is a 1965 graduate of Twin Rivers High School, and the groom graduated from Newell High School in 1964. Following a short honeymoon to Sioux Falls, the groom will report to California for overseas duty and the bride will continue to live with her parents until he returns. Wesley Now Has Christmas Decorations WESLEY - The main street has been beautified by the erection of the Christmas lights through the boulevard and by the eighteen-foot lighted star above the cement grain elevator. - o - HURT IN MISHAP Mrs. Vine Cruise suffered an injured hand and face lacerations in a car accident Wednesday. She was a passenger in a car driven by her son Bill, when due to icy road conditions and dense fog he hit the rear of a truck driven by Will Erpeldlng, four miles east of Algona. Mrs. Cruise was taken to-St. Ann hospital, where she was treated and released. - o - SCHOOL PLANS A Christmas concert, vocal, instrumental and dramatics will be presented Wednesday, Dec. 13 in the Corwith public school, as will be the high school Christmas party from 7:30 to 11 p. m. The junior high Christmas party will be held at both the Wesley and Corwith schools Tuesday evening, Dec. 19. The all-staff supper will be held Dec. 21 in the Corwith building. A chili supper will be served to the public by the Girls Athletics Dec. 29 from 4:30 to 7 p. m. Schools will be dismissed at 2:30 p. m. Dec. 22 and classes to be resumed Jan. 30. - o - CHRISTMAS PARTY The Legion Auxiliary held their annual Christmas party Dec. 5. A covered dish lunch was served at 7 p. m., followed byabusiness meeting and bingo. Thirty members attended. Dec. 16, a bake sale will be held in the Legion hall and lunches will be served to the public beginning at 9 a. m. They voted to give $2 to the Easter Seal drive. Edna Flom reported she had sent 80 pairs of eye glasses, 20 pairs of lens, and several cases to "Eyes For The Needy." All are asked to turn in the Butternut strips or coupons. Elsie Kunkel, Lucille Hirner and Lorraine Goetz were on the kitchen committee and Clara Goetz and Rita Ricke on entertainment. Each member contributed 50? for a Christmas purse to be sent to Woodward. - o Guests in the Ernest Peterson home Dec. 3 were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Winkel and children and Lawrence Winkel, all of Algona, and the Merle Petersons of Wesley. Mrs. Tim Long and infant daughter, Kimberly Sue were brought home Thursday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where the baby was born Dec. 3. This is their first child and the mother is the former Janice Leek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. George Detmering, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillenga, Mr. and Mrs. MarkStuder and Herman Bode attended the annual meeting of the Farmland Industries at Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 5-8. Mrs. Josephine Meurer and Jim attended the funeral of her brother, Armor Lemkee, 83, at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier also attended the services. Mrs. Meurer spent &<Htt With Your Personal Property • INSURE IT 3 WAYS WITH A NEW HOUSEHOLDERS' PROTECTIVE FLOATER! Covers against Loss by • CIDC INCLUDING «IM» pYTtrNnirn EXTENDED COVERAGE THEFT OTHER HAZARDS Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. DODGE AIQQNA, IOWA several days with Mrs. Lemkee after the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Mag Bleich attended the golden wedding anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson in the Methodist church, Titonka. Ray Hansen was brought home from a Rochester, Minn, hospital Wednesday. He had major surgery. Mrs. Mary Forburger entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening in Al's Lounge. Her daughter, Mrs.VeraErpeld- ing, was a guest. Mrs. Sara Raney won high score prize, and Mrs. Ruth Youngwirth, second high. Mrs. Bernie Hamilton will have the next party. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Odebolt spent several days last week with relatives here. Sue Nelson, who attends college at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend in her parental Clarence Nelson home. Her roommate accompanied her and helped her celebrate her birthday Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loss and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bode spent last week in Colorado Springs, Colo, visiting the Tom Forburgers. Mrs. Justine Becker entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Mary Bode and Mrs. Felice Hilbert were guests. Mrs. Mary Weber won high score prize. Mrs. Betty Bode will have the next party. Mrs. Edmund Otis spent several days last week in a Rochester, Minn, hospital for medical care. Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mrs. Herman Bode attended the meeting of the Jolly Dozen club Tuesday at the Glenn Smith home at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentele report a new grandson born Dec. 4 in Park Hospital, Mason City, to Mr. and Mrs. Webster Orton of Algona. Mrs. Orton is the former Darlene Bentele. The young couple also have a 16- month old daughter, Becky. The new 7 lb., 15 oz. infant has been 'named Scott Eric. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cosgrove of Titonka will be honored on their, silver wedding anniversary at an open house in their home Sunday, Dec. 17, from 2-5 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited. No invitations are being sent. Every woman deserves something special for Christmas. She works all year for it. And because the clean, fast heat of gas appliances is one of the nicest gifts of all, Thermogas is offering special Christmas prices on gas ranges and clothes dryers. This Christmas, treat the lady of your house to a Thermogas range or a Norge gas clothes dryer. Whether she uses your gift to prepare better meals, or to put a new soft freshness into the family laundry — she'll thank you each day for remembering with clean, economical gas appliances. Stop in soon, and let us show you the special Christmas prices we have on all our gas ranges and gas clothes dryers. Don't you agree that she's worth something special this year? THERMOGAS CO, OF ALGONA ALGONA, IOWA 295*2841 * Installation extra. Prices good while limited quantities last. Models shown are Thermogas Range ZA 9631W50AT and Norge Dryer 1002LP. SWEA-EAGLE By Mn. Kenneth Bron*t Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sullivan and family were Sunday visitors at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Iowa Falls. Recent visitors at the Francis Sullivan home were their daughter and family, the James Jensens. Shirley Sullivan, student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, was a recent visitor at the parental Francis Sullivan home. Mrs. William Tobin returned home from Fairmont Community Hospital Thursday after being a patient there for 9 days and was re-admitted Saturday, with what was diagnosed as a case of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson, Frankfort, Germany, became parents of their first child, a boy, on Nov. 11. The baby was named Shawn Kendall. Mrs. Hanson went to Germany Aug. 1. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bailey and Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence ilanson, SweaCityjand great-grandparents are Mrs. Martina Peters and Mrs. Gladys Hanson, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hall, Minneapolis. Mrs. Bert Jeffries, Swea City, is a great-great-grandmother. Marlyn Anderson, G, underwent a tonsillectomy Thursday at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. He was an overnight patient there. Marlyn is the son of Uie Robert Andersons. Carrel Newlin and V. E. Hazelhoff left for Marian Friday for the deer-hunting season which included Saturday through Monday. Mrs. Hazelhoff was a guest Sunday at the Newlin home. Bulb Snatchers Raising Heck In City Again Bulb snatchers (outside Christmas trees, that is) have been at it again in Algona. For several years, persons who spend the time, money and effort to decorate outside of their homes have taken a beating because someone has managed to make off with (or break them on the sidewalk) hundreds of bulbs. So far tliis year, the damage has not lx?en too t;reat — but to those with such decorations, the acts of vandalism certainly are not appreciated. Thefts of bulbs have been reported by several residents, with local police records sliowingtlut bulbs were taken last week from the homes of Phil Pfetfer and Jack Eraser, located in the same area of the city. Anyone caught taking or damaging such decorations will be hailed into court by law officers. Algona Lady's Father Passes In California J. T. Zook, 83, father of Mrs. Louis Reilly, Algona, died Thursday night at Los Angeles, Calif. He had been a California resident all of his life. Mrs. Reilly flew to California to attend funeral services for her 1 father Saturday. Besides Mrs. Reilly,survivors include his wife; another daughter; 22 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. - KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER1I AT IN ALGONA Is your wife cold? Warm her up with a lovely ^^^^^••^^^^ We explore the long and the short of fashion robes in our new collection . . . some spiced with glamour. . or old-fashioned charm ... all in lively colors and cozy fabrics. Delight Mrs. Santa on Christmas morn with a bit of warmth. Gifted prices, too.
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