Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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AJgono Kcmuth (ountv THURSDAY, JULY 14,1966 - ALGONA, IOWA - ansofM the Douglas Mitzvww, Round Ltkev 111, are vMttff this " at hi* sister Mrs. vik's and at Leo Fuller's, ' St. Joe woman to Boston for CDA meeting St. Joe—Mrs. N. J, Weydert will leave from Port Dodge on Thursday to atend the 31st national biennial Catholic Daughters of America convention in Boston, Mass., at the Statler-Hilton hotel July 15-23. Mrs, Weydert, St. Joseph's Court Grand Regent, is one of 10 delegates elected at the state CDA convention in April to attend from Iowa. The group meets in Chicago. Following the convention Mrs. Weydert will visit her sister, the C. C. Patricks at Jamesport, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Anna Berte is a medical - A „ iL . . ,. patient in St. Ann hospital in! meil!t of their daughter, Eileen Algona having entered the first Frances Reilly, to Barry Lee Engaged MR. AND MRS. Louis Reilly, Algona, announce the engage of the week. Darrell Becker, year old son of the Albert Beckers, is a medical patient in St. Ann jiospiital in Algona with bronchial trouble. Jean Marie Thul, daughter of the Eugene Thuls, 1 is employed at the Federal Home office in Des Moines starting Monday. She recently returned home from California. Emily Thul, daughter of the Eugene Thuls, is employed at the Souvenir Shop at the Grotto in West Bend. She will be a senior at Garrigan this fall. Mrs. Tony Becker had her 500 club Thursday with Margaret Reidmiller as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. E. J. Gales Mrs. Alphonse Berte and Mrs Joe Sinnwell. Mrs. Peter Bor- Wenger, Mason City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wenger, Algona. A late August wedding is planned. Shower given at Bode for recent bride Bode — Mrs. Charles Welter, the former Marly* Larson, daughter of the Gordon Larsons, was given a miscellaneous shower June21 in the St. Olaf Lutheran church. Among guests were Mrs. Gordon Larson and Mrs Welter, the bridegroom's moth- r June 21 in the St. Olaf Luth Thorsen and Mrs. Lietl, Ottosen Mrs. Conrad Johnson had the irogram, which included a piano solo by Mrs Marcia Malmin, a vocal solo by Mrs. Grace Aure and several poems and reading by Mrs. Vilas Larson. She was assisted in openinj gifts by Mrs. Marcia Malmin am iandy Selvig, Mary Larson and Larlys Kinne. She was married in St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode June 24 to Charles Welter. They are living in Marshalltown. mann has the club next. The Don Redings and Don Illgs are vacationing this week at Manhatten Beach, Okoboji. HONORED — Mrs. Bertha Me Cullough, a 64 year member o the Rebekah Lodge, Scranton was honored last month on th anniversary of her joining the lodge in 1902. An open recep turn was held after the Lodge sa luted her as the "Sister of th Year." Jeanette Rankin was the firs woman member of the U. S House of Representatives in 19 16. Fantan viittoft on ratarn from Japan Fenton—The Lynn Reynolds, Washington, p. C., have beert visiting Mrs. Reynold's paretrtsi the Earl Lufkins, rural Fentoni Mr. Reynolds is employed by the Central Intelligence Agency of Washington, and they have just recently reumed from q two-year tour of duty in Japan. They traveled to Oklahoma to visit his family before coming to Fenton. Upon their return to Washington Mr. Rcynplds will go back to school for further study. DATE GUEST DAY Aid of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton met Wednes day with Rev. Spicer leadingjhe devotions and the topic. They voted a Guest Day in September for Aids from Fairville, Lotts Creek, Swea City and Burt Speaker will be Mr. Blobaum, .of tort Dodge. Delegates to the L.WML convention at Lake Okoboji Aug. 1-3 are Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Walter Jentz; Alternates named are Mrs. Cab Lone Reck Mn< A, A, Krueftr The Eldon Drenthes, Brian and Vicki, Hickory Falls, suburb of Chicago, are visiting this week with her parents, the Mar vin Krafts. The Virgil Christiansons, Kelly and Kay, Neena, Wis., visited several days at the parental Art Christiansen's. They were en route to Anaheim, Calif., where he will be associated with the American Can Co. in the personnel department. A family group at the Arj Christianson's over the July 4 weekend were the Virgil Christ iansons, James Christianson, oi Atlantic, Richard Christiansons, Humboldt, and the Don Christ The Robert Chesnutwoods and hree children left for Denver, Colo., Friday after Visiting her nother Mrs. Art Priebe. At )enver they will visit Mrs. 3hesnutwood's sister Mrs. Layton Behne. The Rev. Bullocks and LeRoy Bras attended Synodical at Ames Tuesday and Wednesday. The A. A. Kruegcrs attended on Wednesday. Dennis Rodgers returned to Cedar Falls after spending about 10 days at A. A. Krueger's. Gary Rath is at home after a week at Glendon teaching in a Bible school. The Clinton Raths and Cindy attended the Bible school program Friday evening at Glendon. The A. A. Kruegers, E. A Lee, Melvin Meyer family, of Swea City, the Raymond Nes wolds, Britt, and William Christ enson spent the Fourth of Julj at Sleepy Eye, Minn., where they met the Ronald Christensons for picnic. Jean Christenson, of telgrade, Minn., returned with he Lone Rockers for an extend- d visit with relatives. Frank Mueller, oldest son of he Art Muellers, who has spent training tt ton Diego tnd Camp »endelton spent three weeks at torn* eft route to Camp Lejuene, <i CM where he will receive more training in the Marines. Mrs. George Marlow, who has purchased the home next to her laughter, the George Kissners, IBS moved in. The Roger Longs, who Vacated the home have purchased a home in Algona Where he Will be custodian at the Bryant school. Angus Cotton Jr. and son Angus Cotton III, Bethesada, Md., were Fourth of July guests of the Angus Cottons. Jerry Newbrough, Oak Park, 111., came for a few days with his parents, the L; Newbroughs The Chet Almes* Ottosen, am grandchildren Lauri and Davit Madsen, Sheffield, and the Gor don Blanchards called at Mrs Maude Blanchard's Sunday. vin, Vaudt and Mrs. Frank Dreyer. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. George Jentz and Mrs. Walter Jentz. The Norman Bellingers and girls were Friday guests of th0 Eulan Schuellers, Titonka. MEDAL — Navy Capt. Robert J. Norman, son of the M. B. Normans, Nashua, received the Bronze Star with Combat "V" medal in California last month for his heroism and outstanding professional skill in action ofi Viet Nam. 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