Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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Alqona K<muth (ountv \ J IURSDAY, AUG. 11,1966 SALOON A, IOWA - ^S V 40th reunion held here by Wesley class Wesley — The class of 1926 of the Wesley public school held their first reunion August 7 with a 12:30 dinner at the Johnson House in Algona. Eight of the nine members were present. They were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ewing (Katherine Cruise) Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. August Grendlcr (Josie Girres) Greene; Mr. and Mrs Henry Kessler (Lucille Kunz) Marshalltown; Mrs. J. F. Galla ger (Audy Keopke), Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgett> (Lillian Studer), Mason City Adolf Girres, Wesley; Mrs. Nor bert Hilbert, (Felice Eisenbach er), Wesley; Mrs. Jule Seller (Katherine Downs), Algona. Mrs. Milton Giddings (Marie Harris) was the absent member She lives in Calfoirnia. Greetings were read from the Ray Ruskes, Grand Lake, where they operate a motel. Mr. Ruske was principal in the Wesley public school a number of years. ATTEND ANNIVERSARY Mes r 'ames ]**"— ™mt p~~» Clara Erdman, Mildred Arndorfer, Marie Dougnan, mauu ^\..der, Hazel Studer, Erma Kunz, Mary Bode, Helen Plathe and Marion Youngwirth attendee' the 50th anniversary of the Algona C.D.A. court Sunday. A banquet was served in the St Cecelia's parish hall following the 11:30 Mass in the church. The living rosary was said by members of the Algona court, in the church. Father James Brusch was master of ceremon- Bancroft couple will observe 50th anniversary Aug. 14 ies. entfti Mrs. Mae Catmint. j The Wayne Swintons r Riven- port, came Thursday lot 1 aw Visit with her brother, Gordon Gid* dings. / Mrs. Dick Saunche, Eau Claire, Wis., spent last week with; her parents, the P. C. ttayne*; Mr, Saunche spent the weekend'here and took his wife^home, Envin riaynes, Fairfield, also spent the weekend with his paerntScThe Harley Haynes and son, Fort Worth, Tex., came Saturday for visit with his parents. The Elmer Daughans went to Webster City Tuesday to hejp their daughter, the Jim Walitis- leys, get settled in a house they moved there from Sac City. Mr. Walmsley will be on the faculty at a junior college. : The Lester Larsons and Cliff Anfinsons drove to Boone Sunday to visit Mrs. Percy Carlsson, resident at the liivangeiical Free At CHURCH MilTlNG Mrs. Mitch Taylor and Mrs. John Hopkins represented the Algona Trinity Lutheran church Women's Missionary League at a convention at the Walther League camp ,at Okoboji August 1-3. The Rev. Cleo Kautsch is inter- im pastor. Sunday guest* of Mr*. Fr«d Pannkuk were Mr. and Mrs, Carl Geisking, of Titoiika, who arrived in time to. attend Presbyterian church service with her. CUTLt* IUHV1VOM in the Monday Harry Cutler, th* ftwn« of parents, Albert Cutler ifld ' ra Vande Cutler, Bancroft, inadvertently omitted is ors. fit hi church home. Barbara Pierce, daughter of the Francis Pierces, and Don Rasmussen, son of the Forrest Rasmussens, attended the Stite Leadership conference at tya- drid July 25-30. They were sponsored by the Wesley Co-on ele- Engaged THE ENGAGEMENT and approaching marriage of JoAnn Klemm, daughter of Mrs. Johanna Klemm and the late Joseph Klemm, St. Benedict, to Glen Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Thilges of West Bend, is announced by her mother. The wedding date has been set for November 12 at St. Benedict Catholic church. MR. AND MRS. John Wesselman of Bancroft will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 14, with an Open House at St. John's hall in Bancroft, from 2:30 until 5 p.m. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. GARRIGAN SCHEDULE The first full day of clases at Garrigan will be August 31. Freshman-sophomore or i e n t a- 'tion will be August 29, from 9 to 11:45 a.m.; junior-senior orientation will be the following day also from 9 to 11:45 a.m. The first band rehearsal will be Aug. 16. Football practice begins August 20, and the football parents meeting Aug. 21 at 8 p.m. Bear business kickoff is at 8 p.m. Aug. 22. There are no classes for Labor Day, Sept. 5. ATTEND WEDDING The George Goetzes, Geo. Rickes, LcRoy Rickes, Lou Ricke and Sharon, the Ben J. Studers, Mark Studers, Paul Studers and Ben G. Studer attended the wedding of Helen Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Leona Johnson, Ban croft, and James B. Ricke, son of the Roman Rickes, also Ban croft, in St. John's Catholic church there Aug. 6. They attended the dinner and reception. They will farm near Bancroft. The Oscar Monsons attended a Smith reunion at Waterloo July 17. Mrs. Monson and three •children stayed for a longer visit with her sister, the Myrtle Norris', and at her two brothers, Vernon and Dick Smith's. Mrs. Wilfred Loebig had an appendectomy at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Friday of last week. Mrs. Reese Martin, Earling, came Friday for several days with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman, Beatrice and Leo, and her daughter, the Don Haupt- mans. Mr. Martin, a Scout repre sentative, attended a scout camp in Nebraska several days. Frank Martin is serving with the Sea bees in Saigon. Irwin Martin is in the navy serving in Japan His wife, the former Shirley Reiling, and their two children live in Long Beach, Calif. Louis Martin and wife, the former Linda Kellogg, and one son live in Jefferson. They are former Wesleyans. The Cyril Kellners, St. Joe, and the Aelred Hild- mans, Burt, were Sunday callers at the Hildman home. The Don Vogels, Lohrville. were July 31 guests at the parental Mrs. Jo Meurer's. Janelle and Leesa Vogel stayed for a weeks visit. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Meurer and Jim and their guests met the Vogels at Ken nedy park near Ft. Dodge. Kathy and Kenny Schmidt, children of the Paul Schmidts Churdan, spent last week with their grandparents, the A. N Richtsmeiers. The Richtsmeien and their grandchildren met the Paul Schmidts at the Kennedy park, where they joined the Meurers and Vogels for a picnic Kathy and Kenny returned home with their parents. The Julius Kelches, North field, Minn., and their daughter the John Galemas, Round Lake Minn., attended the Kelch re union at Corwith Sunday. They nlso visited Mrs. Kelch's mother, Mrs. Viola Studer. Mrs. Tillie Matz also joined a large group of her relatives at this reunion and has had a number of relatives as guests. The Orville Weilands have a >oy born Aug. 4 in the Britt lospital. The 8 Ib. 14 oz. son has been named Jon Darrell. They also have three girls and one boy. The John Weilands, Whit vator. She is a member of the ' Miss Klemm is employed as a Orthel Jolly Workers, and he is secretary at the Algona high member of the Orthel Eagles school and he is engaged in -H club. The O. A. Svendsens, Harlifi- ;en, Texas, was a weekend guest )f Mrs. Alice Hill. They were nroute home from a tour to Alaska. Mrs. Alice Hill spent the July 31 weekend with friends in Chi:ago. Mrs. Helen Johnson and her [randdaughter Nancy Hamilton vent to Waterloo Monday to isit Mrs. Johnson's daughter »he Ed Thissens. The George Rickes, Mrs. Geo. Goetz and the John Muehes attended a reunion at Lee Ricke's at Morgan, Minn. Sunday. The latter couple's two daughters: Sister Maselle, St. Joe, and Sister Leona, Hospcrs, also attended. The Mark Beckers, Dubuque, came Thursday for a week with his mother, Mrs. Justine Becker. Mrs. Minnie Matern, Stewartsville, Minn., was a i 1111 m temore, and the Harold Pricei are the grandparents. Sister Gratian left Saturday for Kansas City where sh Leaches 4th grade at St. Teresa's She had spent a week at the pai .H~H« WNFORAUH Kossuth Kossuth County Fair August 16-19 VISIT OUR FLORAL HALL BOOTH WE EXTEND AN INVITATION TO STOP AT OUR BOOTH WHILE YOU ARE AT THE FAIR. We'll Be Seeing You Mutual Insurance Assn. ALGONA, IOWA guest of the Le Roy Rickes. They all attended the James Ricke- Helen Johnson wedding at Bancroft Saturday. Need Printing? 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