Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 11, 1966
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Floor plans for First Lutheran church (lewd) ABVANCl-3 MONDAY, JULY 11, 1966 fifpddittg's parents the Charles was held, and plans for the an* Mulligan SteW were difcUS- ed. Lunch committee wal * ABOVE IS THE main floor plan of the pro- It will be a masonry building with laminated arches structure will be taken late this summer, and con- posed First Lutheran- church which will be located and a wood roof deck, and it will be entirely without struction is expected to begin in early fall, on a three-acre tract at the east end of North street, steps for the benefit of the elderly. Bids on the new , Clauses, Port Dodge, Sunday. Mrs. Ed McGuire and Mrs. Da* Vid McGuire, with Mrs. Luke Mo Guire, Burt, and Mrs. Mark McGuire, Algona, went to Dtibuque for several days with their sister-in-law Sister M. Adeline OSF, and other acquaintances. Hicki McGuire, son of the Luke McGuires, Burt, spent several days here last week with the Orville Wagners. Pfc. Richard 3, Thul, of Fort Mortmouth, N. J., spent the past weekend with his parents, the Eugene Thuls and his wife Mrs. Sheryl Thul, Wesley. He left by plane Sunday night from Des Moines. Jean Marie Thul, San Francisco, Calif., came Friday to visit her parents, the Eugene Thuls She has bsen employed in Call fornia since 1962 but is planing to look for work here. Jean Ma rie is a 1961 Garrigan graduate The Milford Plathes were a Creston Beach, Lake Okoboji from Saturday to Wednesday over the 4th. The Edward Thilgeses attend ed a Stattleman family gathering Sunday at Peter Nellis's, Spiri Lake. . The Robert Lanes, Humboldt, have a son born June 30 at St. oseph's.Mercy hospital in Fort >odge. Mrs. Lane* the former Mary Lou. Gales, is a daughter of the , E. J. Gales. Paternal jrandparents are the Robert J. .anes, Humboldt. Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council, met July 6 with Milford Plathe, grand knight, Jormann, chairman, assisted Vernon Plathe, Harold Thitges,' first oflast tiM Sylvester cat patient ifi St. Jo*sph'$ tal at Fdri frodge sktfl the Married at West Bend St. Peter & Paul's church was the setting for the wedding Saturday, June 11, at 10 a.m., of Joyce Montag and Thomas Bormann. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Montag of West Bend, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann of St. Joe. Rev. L. H. Greving officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The organist was Mrs. George Faber and the church choir sang. Acolytes were Harold Bormann, Mark Laubenthal, Martin Montag and Wm. Ruehey. The maid of honor was Donna Montag, sister of the bride. The flower girl was Diane Montag, a cousin of the bride. The groom was attended by Frances Bormann. Ushers at the service were Mark Montag and Norman Bormann. A reception immediately following the ceremony was h "" in the church parlors. Mrs. Gene Venega was at the guest book. Mrs. Richard Bormann and Mrs. Ernest Gales served the punch. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Sylvester Berte, of LuVerne and Mrs. Thomas Altman. Opening gifts were Mrs. Donald tick- teig, Mrs. Marvin Montag and Miss Carol Miller. Mrs; Mark Montag, Mrs. H. P. Mertz arid Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal cut and served the wedding cake and ice cream. Waitresses were the bride's cousins and friends, Mrs. John Montag, Mrs. Emmet Montag, Mrs. Raphael Montag, Mrs. Harold Montag, Mrs. Harold Sehma- len, Misses Jane and Carol Hig- guis. The ladies of the parish were kitchen helpers. After a short honeymoon, the couple are now at home on a farm near Uvermore. The bride graduated from the Photo by Glenn's Studio. West Bend high school and has jeen employed in the Iowa State bank, West Bend. The groom raduated from St. Joseph's high school, St. Joe, Guests attended the wedding from Algona, Rodman, LuVerne Rolfe, Somers, Atlantic, Council Bluffs, Wesley, Nora Springs Mallard, Earling, Sac City, Dows Humboldt, Irvington, Corwith Dunlap, Des Moines, Ottosen Livermore, Bode, Branson, Mo. Mankato, Luverne and Faribault Minn.: Omaha, Neb.; and Wetan fefcD. ams and daughter, of Rosemont, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer. Mrs. Williams and daughter remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanHelton and family spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. Alice Willinson at Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. El wood Geary and Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth and Jeanne, enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson visited Mrs. Harry Merriam in Garner on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Jr. and family, of Grinnell, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Their son Bruce who had been visiting here returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cram spent the July 4th weekend at Milwaukee, Wis., where they attended an old Circus Day parade. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Farmers City, Dl., visited on Tuesday at the Jesse Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glawe and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hauswirth spent Sunday at Tuttle Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin, Mr. nd Mrs. Leonard Mullin, Mr. nd Mrs. William Chipman and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Richard dullin and family of Clear Lake nd Mr. and Mrs. David Pals nd girls of Cedar Falls spent iunday at the Melvin Larson cot- age at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock spent the July 4th weekend with heir son and family, Walter Babcock in Chicago, 111. They accompanied their daughter and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dunfee and daughter and Walter Graduates $Vir. St. Joe — Judy Bormann, studying at Wichita State, Wichita, Kans., under a URA fellowship two years, received an MA in audiology June 5th. She receiv a BA in speech pathology in 1964 from Briar Cliff college, at Sioux City. For the past year she has been employed as an audio? logist at the Institute of Lagope- dies in Wichita on a part tinie St. Joe family picnic dated St. Joe -— Knights of Columbus and Catholic; Daughters of America family picnic will be held at nbpn Sunday, "July 17, at St. .Joseph's parish grounds. In charge; fOf' the picnic; details are the ^rnestiMi : Galeses, the Mark thiigfee|, ; "Ted Wagners, Mrs Art Zeiiinetv :> %s. Albert Berte Mrs. Paiil Thilges Sr., David Me Guir^ Joel , Reding arid N. Weydert. ;>•"•. HUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY, AIGOMA IS YOUR Of* ^ STOP CENTER FOR CONVALESCENT SUFH.IES. WHAT; EVEft YOUR NEED ... OR THE NEED OF A LOVEt> ONt> FOR CONVALESCING, IT. IS AVAILABLE AT THIY,HAVE WHEEL CHAIRS . ., CRUTCHES I. . . . AND WALKERS. YES; YOtf CAN MAY* WHIRLPOOL FROM RUSK DRUG AND J YOU*ATE* IN NEEtf 6? A CONVALESCENT «.„„ ww FIRST TO RUSK'S. THEIR FRIENDLY PERSONNEL WILL BE HAPPY TO GO OVER YOUR LIST OF NEEDS AND WILL SHOW YOU THE AiDS AVAILABLE. »EDS ARE CONVENIENT JN THE HOME NEEDN'T GO OUT OF TOWN TO GET ONE^, JUST GO'TO Drag & Jewelry Algona Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Babcock ,of Waterloo. Another daughter and family, Mrs. Pau] Saunders and Sandra Babcock of Eiuntville, Ala., were also present. Mrs. Evan Wilhite returned to tier home from the Hancock Me mortal hospital in Britt. Mrs. Jennie Mitchell is a pati ent at the Britt hospital. , ' Ben Wibben, Algona, ;contrac tor, is building a, 30. by 52, four- bedroom .home for .the Ralph. Redings ;on , their farm '.'4 miles northwest of St. Joe.; The Jerry Giress family, daughter and son- in-law: 'Of the Redirigs, will move into, the- home when .completed. The ^Melvin Baas family former- .ly Uved' ;bn:.the farm and have moved into Jthe August Bernau basis and began full time work house, -north of St. Joe. July 1. Work will consist of test- ng and evaluating the hearing sensitivity of children and adults, fitting hearing aids and doing speech reading and auditary training with individuals who have a hearing loss. She is a daughter of the Frank Bor- manns, Davenport, formerly St. Joe, and a 1960 Garrigan graduate. She was a recent visitor with relatives and friends. Mrs. Maurice Reding is a sister. Marvin Kohlhaas, 14, son of the Raymond Kohlhaases, is getting around on crutches after cutting a gash in a foot that required 9 stitches while at Clear Lake the Fourth. Math Kellner, who has been making his home here with his daughter, the Lawrence Thilges family, entered the Sission resi home last week. GIVEN RECEPTION A reception and open house was held July 3 in St. Joseph's school hall for Sister M. Marjuerite, Sister M. DeChantal and sister M. Carla, Holy Ghost Convent, Techney, 111., daughters of Chris Gales. Relatives and friends attended with a social afternoon followed by refreshments. The honorees accompanied by their sister, Margaret Gales, are visiting here this week. The Leonard McGuires have a son born July 1 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes five boys and four girls in the McGuire family. The M. T. Mc Guires are the paternal grand parents, and this is their 50th grandchild, 25 boys and 25 girls The Francis Erpeldings attended a family picnic at Mrs Mrs. Art Robb, Mrs. Wilbur Studer, Mrs. Ray Frey, Mrs. Chris Sohulz and Mrs. John Puffer attended, the Iowa Baptist Women's conference at Ames on Friday and Saturday. A daughter was born June 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hallman, at Des Moines. She weighed 7 Ib. oz., and has been named Karen Joan. Mrs. Hallman is the former Joan Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Frey visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. c. R. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long celebrated their 25th anniversary on June 30. All their children present for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hartley an4 fpojly, of DBS Moines, spent l&e July 4th weekend with her parents-, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Long, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willi- Unexpected Company? CHEER UP! WE FEATURE: FREE Grocery Delivery TWICE DAILY PHONE 5-3762 East End Grocery Algona, Iowa Pour Goodness by the Glassful - • • MILK ANYTIME ... ANY MEAL, MAKE MINE MILK For breakfast, lunch or din- ner . .. and for those in-between snacks, too, milk is the most delicious -, i\:: ,0* drinks! And it's perfect for quenching summer thirst. We deliver milk right to your door. i /* I CO OP CR£AM£Rt££ "^c/i'./4t/xt<J Ojf ^«i*cy (^Ittisiu »y /\«A/ f • IVM'I ItMCHI H •. V i IONI UiK'K W«', VW, 111 i j« F: hot water always... *•• u o O. if when you heat water electrically! After a busy day, nothing relaxes you so much as a hot bam . , , and nothing is more satisfying than knowing you hava plenty of hot water. With a fast-recovery electric water heater, there's always plenty of hot water waiting for you .,. for baths, for dishes, lor laundry, An electric hot water heater is just one more step toward today's better living . . . electrically. *F Algona Municipal Utilities

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