Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1966
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Qttosen — Diane Wirth, of Mo- hne, 111., bride-elect of Neil We- hrspann, was given a shower at the Commercial club building Saturday night. ' Mrs. Louis Henrikson introduced Mrs. Raymond Wehrpsann who introduced Diane, and her mother Mrs. Glen Wirth, Prophetstown, 111., and Mrs. Wehr- spann's mother, Mrs.'Millie Thomas, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Henrikson announced the program. Jo Ellen Meyer played a piano solo. Mrs. Arthur Zeman gave several readings. The hostesses sang accompanied by Mrs Merle Holt. Mrs. Richard Zoman registered the guests. Helping with gifts were Neil Wehrspann, Mrs. Jerry Wehr- spann, Mrs. Richard Zeman and Jo Ellen Meyer. They will be married at Hoop Pole, 111., Nov. 26. Hostesses were Mrs. Ivan Ev- cnson, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Ed Kcmna, Mrs. Arthur Zeman, Mrs. Richard Zeman, Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann, Mrs. Allan Wohrspann, Mrs. Knut Onnedahl, Mrs, Clarence Bauer, Mrs. Donald .Usher, Mrs. Oscar Williams, Mrs. Olvin Haug, of Olloscn, Mrs. Hartwick Jensen, Mrs. Arnold Zinnel, Mrs. August Schafcr, Mrs. George Hanselman. Mrs. Harvey Buen- per, Mrs. Abraham Habegar and Mrs. Louis Henrikson of Wes< Bend, Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland, Mrs. Merle Holt of Humboldt, Mrs. Herlcv Nielsen Mrs. Arthur Hampe, Bode. Algona, Were Sunday visitor S ftt "ugene ttofius's. The Donald Ushers visited net aunt, Mrs. Carrie Tiife, Sunday ait the Malifcato-Lutheran rest loitie. Mrs. Adela Holland had the Maple Lawn Good Will club on Tuesday. The Ernest Olsons, Columbus, Vfeb., were Sunday callers at the Earl Olson home* The Dr. Ernest Lorenc family, Springfield, Mo., and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark, West Bend, were Friday sen's. guests at Albert Thor- Sunday guests of Mrs. Loren Daniel were the Keith Daniels Boxholm, and Conley Daniels, ol Des Moines. Conrad Johnson had a birthday Wednesday and guests were the Ralph Jacobsons and Donald Larsons. ATTEND RECEPTION The Ralph Blerstedts attended lie wedding reception of the Tom Mullins at Corwilh recent- y. The Mullins were married n Japan earlier in the year, jvhen Mr. Mullins, who is jn the Marines, was stationed there. Mrs. Mullins returned to the US vhile he served a tour of duty s a flier in Viet Nam. At preset the Mullins are stationed in iouth Carolina. and The Robert Naevcs, Santa Ana Calif., were guests Sunday nighl at a farewell at Stub's at Spen cer. Others attending were the James Barbers, West Bend, Mrs Elaine Kinseth, Algona, the Rich ard Kinscths, Oliver Kinseth and Olvin Hangs. The Jesse Hohcns-tcins, Am boy, Minn., and I. W. Nelson, o Lone Reck Ichultieg, Tim. ficbbie 'odd, Whittettiore. Mrs. Clara Rath, Algona, was iven a birthday patty at her laughter Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod's. Other guests were Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Dale Schroedef, Mrs. Tr. Hurlburt, Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mrs. Robert Heiffner, Mrs. Sylvester Brace, all of Lone Rock; Mrs. Dale Wegner and Pam, of Swea City, Mrs. Roy Uthpf, of Fenton, and Mrs. Fred Rath, of Swea .City. Sunday callers at Maurice Weisbrod's Were the Goettieb Eich enbergers, Sabetha, Kans. Mr Eichenberger is an uncle of Mrs,, Weisbrod, and has been visiting in this area and at Blue Earth The Robert Glenns, Topeka Kans., were with the Eichenber gers. and AL66NA (law.) A6VAN£t-4 THUftSBAY, &X. 26, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. Mrs. _jyle Marlow, and Mrs. Dick O'Donnell attended the wedding bride-to-be of in Whittemore shower for the Vlarvin Ostwald Sunday. The David Dreyers, Oelwein. were weekend guests at Frank Dreyer's, and the Arno Juhls, Fenton. Sunday guests at Frank Dreyer's were the John Hoveys. The Charles Dackens and Tim. of Des Moines, were weekend Mrs. Elaine Gladstone and son Robert Gladstone, and Chery Baggerly, all of St. Louis, Mo visited the A. A. Kruegers and E. A. Lees Saturday to Monday. Robert Gladstone is in the air force and will leave Thursday for a .three-year duty in Spain. He is a nephew of Mrs. Krueger and Mrs. Lee. Mrs. Ronald Qir- istenson, Belgrade, Minn., and daughter Jean were also weekend guests with the Kruegers. Kermit Krueger, Bunny Thomas, and Nancy Christerison, of Minneapolis, were i among the guests for the weekend, with Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Britt. The Melvin Meyers, Byran and David, of Sw.ea City, and Ronald Christenson. Lone Rock, were Sunday guests. Mrs. Ed Blanchard left Friday 'or Cedar Falls to visit her son ;he Delbert Blanchards. They ;hen left Saturday for Stanley, Wis., to visit Mrs. Ed Blanch ard's sister, the Clifford Muellers. In Wisconsin they attended the musical "Carrousel," in which two of the Mueller children sang. Mrs. Eva Thompson, of West (Ms driving award 4 in Viet Nam Long Birth/ Vifctnam (AHTM6) — Army -Specialist Fourth Glass Dennis K. Hanson, 23, son oltlle Harley E. Hansons, Algona, was awarded a master driver's award in Long Binh, Vietnam, Sept -27, while serving with the 556th Transportation Company. He. re* ceived the award for driving military vehicles over 14,414 miles without accidents or traffic violations. Hanson, assigned as a truck driver in the company, entered the Army in December 1964. He was assigned to the 22d Infantry at Ft. Lewis, Wash., prior to arriving in 'Vietnam in November, 1965. He is a 1962 graduate ol Algona high school and was employed by Bituminous Material & Supply, Algona, before entering the army. Irvington By Mae McLean guests of his parents the Walter Dackens. "Mrs. Maude Blanchard had several Sunday callers including the Gordon Blanchards and Jean of Mason City, Gary Schultzes and Cozette, Cedar Falls, Alfred Des Moines, has been visiting in Lone Rock for the past week. 100 — Watson Knight, former resident and mayor of Woodwar< now living in Perry, celebrated his 100th birthday on Oct. 2. Mrs. Robert Black, Mrs. Earl Loss, Mrs. Nan Parker, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mrs. Grace. Johnon, Pastor and Mrs. Charles Hawkins, Ruth Lewis, Mrs. Cla : ide Dearchs, all of the Regular Baptist church, Algona, went to Corwith Oct. 10 for an area mis- ionary meeting. Many other towns were represented and .a woman missionary from South America was speaker. Mrs. Margaret Kent and daughter Susie, Algona, v/ent to Garner Oct. 14 and visited a sister- in-law of Mrs. Kent's, Mrs. Thomas McMahon. . Mrs. Robert Black, the Jerry Lewises, Pastor Charles Hawkin- ses, Mrs. Claude Dearchs went to Waterloo recently for a state meeting of the Iowa Council of Christian Churches. Speaker of the day was John Stormer, author of the book, None Dare Call it Treason. new coats Stay as warm as you want to be, look as smart as you like to be . . • in our cozy,' cuddlesome coats, wise in the ways of weather and fashion. to 35 i.. SALE Quality Richelieu -bestyou can buy -YOUR CHOICE OF RICHELIEU+ Small Whole White Potatoes + French Cut Green Beans + WHOLE KERNEL CORN + CREAM STYLE CORN + SPANISH RICE + GREEN BEANS + 3-SIEVE PEAS II i hi ' 303 Cans + PURPLE PLUMS + SLICED PEARS 4.SUCH) PEACHES + Raggetty Ann PEACHES + Bartlett PEAR HALVES 303 SIZE Cans 303 Cans + APPLE SAUCE + KIDNEY BEANS + BZ PRESERVES -many varieties-4 cans'1 WITH $5 GROCERY ORDER SUGAR LBS. 89 SUNNY BROOK KAYSER HOSIERY SALE IN PROGRESS ALL $1.35 HOSE ON SALE AT 99c BOX OF 3 Pair 2.90 Vi - LB. 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