Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
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t-ALOONA (l«wt) ADVAMCI THURSDAY, OCT. 11, Fentqn couple married Faye Hantelman,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Fenton,. and Jerry Belkiiap; son. Of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Belknap, Denver, Colo., were married,on Oct. 15 at St. John's iLutherain church, Fenton. Pastor Rsx Spi- Cer officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted: by her father. Attendants were sisters of the bride. They were: Mrs. ^Don Berryman, matron of honor and Mrs. Larry Busch&r and Sandra Hantelman, bridesmaids. Flower girl was Beth Ann Berryman, niece of the bride. : Beat man was Richard Bel- ktiap, brother of the groom '. The groomsmen were Don Boyle and Garry Randolph. Scott Berryman, nephew, of the bride, 'was ring- bearer. Ushers were Don Berryman and Larry Buscher. Rennae Vos'ttler, Bancroft, was ftoloist, accompanied by Mrs. James Meyer, Fenton. .Following the ceremony, a r<s- caption for 160 guests was held in the church parlors. r iMrs. Hoyt Eells had the guest 1 book. Mr ; and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were'host and hostess. PM McGlosky and Mrs. Howard KTkuse sorved punch. Mrs. Loren Miller and Mrs. Lawrence Han- telman poured coffee. Mrs. Al Bloomquist and Mrs. Olaf Nor land cut and served the cake. ,Mi;s. Richard Belknap, Mrs Don Boyle, Mrs. David Dreyer and Mrs. Joe Culbertson opened gifts! Mrs. Dennis Schmidt.wa the bride's personal attendant Waitresses were: Lois Finnestad Peggy Pettlt, Renee Hantelman Ellen Krause, Yvonne Bloom quist and Maria Waite. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Ida Dreyar Mrs. Lloyd Sunda, Mrs. Cl.aire.nc~ Wegener, Mrs. William Hamtel man and Mrs. Amos Finnestad. .Out of town guests came from Denver, Colo., Dallas, Tex., Kan sas City, Kans., Fowler, 111., Ro Chester,, Minn., Stanhope, Oal wein, Sigournoy, Iowa and Fair mont, Minn. The bride is a graduate of the Sentral schools, She is with the Mountain Stats Telaphona Co. Denver, Colo., and will b3 trans ferred to Salt Lake City. The groom is a gnaduato or Mc- Cqok, Neb., schools and the Uni- vcirsity of Nebraska. Ha is wulii the iniernal Revenuia Servic& in Salt Lake City. Alter a ho.ieymoon in Las Vegas, Nev., they will be ait home a-t 2180 Lake; St., Salt Lake City, Utah. .--. >-< D. A. R. HAS MEETING . The D. A, R.s met Tuesday for a luncheon .at the Algona Motel. rloitbsses were Mary Gentich, Gladys Straley, Opal Bourne, Zada Naudain and. Laura Palmer. The guest speaker Was State Regent Mrs. W, E. Walsh, Officers or the year arc Mary Lytle, Re- jenti Ardis Jones, vice regent; kfarjorie Jolley, chaplain; June layes, recording secretary; Mary lasmussan, corresponding secre- ',ary; treasurer, Ruth Cook; regis- -rar, Joyce Hay den, historian; li- >rarian, Laura Palmer, . BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bisen- i>arth and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sch- Llmoeller were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis at a 'Moonlight Madness" party given in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Hargreaves, mother of Mrs. McGinnis. The entertainment is unique in the manner in which the fool is chosen and creates a great deal of amusement. Mtke sale will be held Saturday, October 29, " •". J : , _._.---.--. :.-. _j_^ - ' ; OOlLD HAS MEETING The Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist church met Moti* day evening, Oct. 24. FATHER.SON BANQUET A father and son banquet was leld Oct. 25 at the First Presbyterian church. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. William Dau ST. is entertaining her bridge club, Thursday evening, Mrs. J. F. Hofius entertained her Thimble club Monday afternoon. TOP GRADES IN TESTS Mrs. L. J. Nelson has received word from her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Patton, of Layfette, La., that their daughter Ann Ellen had received the higest grades in. the National Merit Scmi-Finals, topping all participants in the U. S. For this she will be privileged to enrol at any college of her choice anc will receive a scholarship. TO OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mrs. Wilma Kuhlmann's birthday will bs> observed Sunday am she will be guest'of her family Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlmanr and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish at a cafe. Letters the Editor 'Our taxes will be paying the rent for persons, who under existing guidelines, can be earning as much as $16,000 a year under the new program for subsidized rental passed by the 1966 President Johnson controlled Congress. The interesiting thing is that if the Representative from this 6th Congressional District, Stanley Greigg, had voted against this program, instead of voting "present" this particular program would have been defeated. As enacted, the taxpayers will be picking up the tab for one third of the monthly rent, with a maximum of $54 a month, for families in this prograim. According to the Richmond, Va. Timss- Dispatch the Reat-a-Oare program also includes as an aver- age; $25 for moving expenses, $300 for overdue electric bills, and $125 for new furniture and utensils. To administer the program in Baltimore, Maryland, 20 administrators are being hired whose annual salaries will require $150,000 of the $400,000 present grant. Many Democrats voted against this program, including Representative Baridstra of Pella, however our present Representative provided the necessary vote to pass this now Great Society into law. Would you have voted for this program with guidelines or lack of guidelines? Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther, Chairman Kossuth County Young Republicans ALGONA A-OK The Algona A-OK clu;b held their annual Halloween party at the Call park shelter house Saturday night, Oct. 22. There were 23 members present. Hostesses were Judy Taphorn, Kathy Lalli- e<r, Mary McEnroe, and Judy Bsr- ger. GUEST HONORED Mrs. Fred Geig;l gave a cof fee tor a small, group of .friend; Wednesday afternoon homo:ing .,tiU /u-.tu'ur. float',-sistar.of Mrs Mabsl Paxso'a, who, with her husband hava bsen hcira from fall Brook, Calif. AT ESTHERVILLE EVENT •Mr. and Mrs. Russall Guster were guests at a buffet suppei Saturday at Ebtherville where they ha,(l gone bo se£' tha march ing b'aht'ds. They look Dafreli Holtjerg with them. Their hosts were Mr. and Mrs; Leon Kraft. Bancroft boy breaks arm Bancroft — Joe Wollner Jr, 14, suffered a broken arm while playing football in a friend's vard last week. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wollner of Bancroft. The boy was treated at St. Ann hospital. He broke two large bones below the elbow on his right arm. Neifhbors plow 35 acres to aid ' i Titonka man Titonka —=• Neighbors and rela* U yes gathered at Fred Gray's Thursday to plow 35 acres. Mr, Gray broke a leg, and will be layed up for several weeks. OFFICERS ELECTED The Buffalo Boosters 4*H club elected officers Oct. 9: president, Karen Eden; vice, Sandy Hoover; treasurer, Arlys Redenius; photographer, Debbie Budlong; re- ponter, Bonnie Giesking; historian, Barbara Boekelman; music, Marlys Eden; recreation, Linda Beal. Lunch was served by Linda Higgins and Debbie Budlong. The Buffalo Homemakers club met Frday with Mrs. Henry Orthel. Instructions were given on gift wrapping, with new ideas for decorating packages with .ribbon. Each brought a gift wrap- pod package for roll call. Mrs. Mary Oasterreicher, Mrs. C. Krantz, Mrs. J. J. Budlong, Edith and Hazel Budlong attend- od the district meeting of Woman's clubs at Webster City Oct. 7th. Titonka Federated club met Oct. 20 at Mrs. Edward Brandt's. Mrs. George Schuster was co- ho3't9Ps. The lesson, Pigtails to ««, waft by Mrs. tteiko Itwiii, Mrs. Cleo Nelson re*d tn article, It's furvto be 50". Grade Hetiitef ittd her cousin, Mrs. HatOld Denny, Des Moines, visited * few days at the paton- tal L C. Heifners. Tuesday they All Visited Clair Heifner at Park hospital, Mason City, following surgery, : Dale Bartelt, Jane Buffington, Jeanne Gingrich, Ruth Beed, and Phillip Jaren are among the college students who spent last weekend at home in Titonka,' Mrs, Minnie Larsen has been visiting a time with her.son, the Lewis Larsens, Lime Springs, and her daughter, the Verner Laus, Klemme. The Titonka V,F.W. Auxiliary met with 14 original and 5 new members present. Hostesses were Mrs. Gene Krominga and Mrs. Laverle Follman. Door prize was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Karen Ricklefs was crowned 1966 Homecoming queen for Titonka. Titonka Woman's club met Oct. 13 at Mrs. Harold Gartner's. Mrs. Clarence Brandt and Mrs. H. W. Kitzinger had the lesson on responsibilities as citizens. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Wm. Schram. ROOT ,— An old stalk of ginseng root estimated to be nearly 50 years old by counting the rings on the root, ,was found early this month by Fred Potter outside Canton. The root is used extensively in medicine. PaekiNtiRg of Cub Scouts held Tuesday t ' ,. • The October Pack meeting vras held at Bryant gym at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18, the opening ceremony «vas by Den 2 with flag ceremony. Den 5 had the display of fire prevention posters and jack-o- lanterns. Den 6 had the skit and closing was done by Den 4. Cub Scouts are selling Christmas wreaths and holly again this year* Boys inducted into Cub Scouts who received bob tit butteni were trick, Kevin Knoer, DafthV L6JUI, Stevefli 2 Stiaeh mvicj I Irideres, flohald McGuife, D Thilces. Clintott Christen, Scott Dodds received i bear badge, 1 gold and 1 silyefj »mw, Warren Haitser received lidn badge, i gold and 2 silver, if; rows, Owen Davies received 1 gold and i silver under beir badge. Ricky Buscher and Ricky Ringsdorf received a gold arrow and Randy Buscher a silver ar> row Ralph Elbert gave a talk, on fire prevention month. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Rummage & Bake Sale Congregational Church Saturday, Oct. 29 8:30 A.M. - 12:00 NOON MASQUERADE PARTY HELD A tasn-ago, masquerade party was held Saturday evening in the recreation room at Mr. and Mrs. Lawls Marshall's. The room was appropriately decorated in the Halloween theme. SPIRITUAL BAZAAR A spiritual 1 bazaar is being held Thursday from eleven till five o'clock at the Firel Presbyterian church. ' ' J SACRIFICIAL BREAKFAST At the First Methodist church the Sacrificial Breakfast will be held Thursday morning at 9:30. There will be an attendant in the nursery. BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS Mrs. Nellie Van Allen entertained her birthday club Monday 3vening. The anniversary of Mrs. Myra Ostrum was observed. FUND FOR BELMOND A special offering "Belmond Fund" will be received Sunday at the Methodist church as called for by Bishoip Thomas. RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY The Congregational Women's Fellowship fall rummage ant Ten More Reason^ For Electing WILEYMAYNE CONGRESSMAN 1 Favors automatic Soc. Sec. benefit boosts to meet higher living costs, g^ Believes needy, not greedy, should get anti-poverty money, 3 Believes govt. programs should help preserve family-size farms. 4 Wants to make college costs a federal income tax deduction. 5 f Favors returning a per cent of . federal income taxes to states. f Would let retired earn more than. $1,500 without losing Soc. Sec, benefits. ^ Would end wasteful spending which causes high prices, interest & taxes. f Would retain an lowan-'s right to work without joining any organization. f Would support police & work for a- return of law & order in America. JO. B ° r n in Sanborn; went to college on scholarship; began in law at $100 a month. 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