Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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I'/ 4-AIOONA ((•*•) ADVANCI THURSDAY, NOV. 3, RESIDENT IS DEAD While on a recent trip to Canada, Mrs. Jean, Wadsworth and her sister Mrs. Margaret Hbfmas- ter stopped in Chicago to visit with Mrs. Mabel Carr Olson, former Algonan, who gave them the information that Mrs. Neva Pot* tor Schunck (Henry) had died last April. Mrs. Schunck was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter whose other children were Merlin and Sherman, also deceased. Neva graduated from the Algona high school and later moved to Sioux City with her parents. It was there she met and" married Mr. Schunck, also deceased. They lived in Chicago for many years. Mrs. Irma JVatt of Burt is a cousin of Mrs. Schunck. DEANERY MEET HERE The Northeast Deanery of Diocesan Council of Catholic Women held a Fall Workshop at St. Cecelia, Algona. There were 145 who are chairmen in the 21 parishes present. Mrs. Ervin. Ulses conducted the meeting previous to the worshops. Deanery chairmen conducted the workshops. ||rs. Dennis McGregor, Jeffer- aon, Diocesan president, was the main speaker. Mrs. Louis Nitr dials is St. Cecelia parish president. The National Catholic Youth Week (CYOj is this week with the theme ' 'Peace Through Brotherhood." Meyer, James Voigt t Frank Vera, Olga Jordon and the Misses Ellen and Alma Carlson, SEVENTH BIRTHDAY Jimmy, son of Hugh Black and the late Mrs. Black, observed his seventh birthday Oct. 21 and had as guests Kevin Benson^ Jeff Payne, Tim Shey, Jim Modrell, Don Christian, Clinton Christian, J. C. Kain and the honoree's sisters Louise and Carolyn and Lour ise's friend Verletta Christian. J. C. Kain assisted with the games and refershments were served. GUESTS HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Powell of Fort Dodge, Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potter, Mrs. Stella Vipond. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellsworth in honor of Kaitherine Ellsworth, of St. Paul, Minn., and Don Ellsworth, of Atlantic. SUNDAY DINNER GUESTS Mrs. Ethel Potter had as guests at dinner Sunday her sister Mrs. Nellie Campbell, of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. Baas of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chapman of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Remtz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, of Sioux Falls, and Mrs. Celia Deal. GUESTS AT FAIRMONT Mr; and Mrs, Henry Zwiefel Were at Fairmont, Minn. Sunday * Dot. 23 arid were dinner guests Of their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Tom: Zwiefel, The fifth birthday of their son Jeff was being celebrated. FIRST COMMUNION Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger Jr. were at Bancroft Sunday to attend the first holy communion of Susan Hauptman, daughter of Bernard Hauptman. Susan is a niece of Mrs, Barton. AT CORWITH OBSERVANCE Mrs. Kate Stophenson and her sister Mrs. Hattie Burlingame attended the 5Cth Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hash Sunday at Corwith. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole, of Burt. AT COLLEGE EVENT Mr. and Mrs. James Merryman and Steve attended Parents weekend at Mount Vernon where their son Dan is 'a student at Cornell college. . BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. John Dutton entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Herbert Haas was a guest. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Rex Voyles is enitertainr ing her bridge dub Thursday evening. , INFANT BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday in St. Cecelia Catholic church with Msgr. Gearen. officiating for Susan Kay, born in the Emmeteburg hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heller. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kevkenoff, of Graettinger. A family dinner was held after the service at which the sponsors and sons David and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krause, the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Anna Heller, paternal grandmother of Des Moines, were present, and Tammy and Sandra, daughters of the Leonard Hellers. GRANDCHILDREN GUESTS Mrs. Nell'Potter had as guests Sunday 13 of her 16 grandchildren and great-grandchildren,, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Swarte, of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Applegate and Catherine, of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Applegate, of Atlantic. ATTEND BRIDAL SHOWER Mrs. Dick Meyer and Mrs. John Laride attended a bridal shower Wednesday at Mrs. Homer Henr drickson's for Ardis Lorraine lagen, of Fairmont, Minn., whose marriage to Orville Rippenitrop of Swea City will take place Nov. .|MH,.|MHHHn|MH»H4W*-l"l"H"M- M-D CLUB TO MEET The Union Township Mothers and Daughters club will meet oti Nf»v. 10 at the home of Nola Hoover for a pot luck 1 o'clock luncheon. Each is to bring a qovered dish and also each one is asked to bring something to sell at the country store in the afternoon. It can be fancy work, sewing, baked'goods or food. Roll call is memory of a country store, Tfye program is on new foods in charge of Neva Shipler and Carrulla Metzger. Co-hostesses are Myrtle Rutledge and Eva Arend. FORMER ALGONANS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel en^ tertained a few friends Wednesday evening for Mr. and Mrs, Sherman Little, of San Rafael, Calif., who are enroute home after a trip via plane to New York City and vicinity. Mr. Little will be remembered as a native Al- gprum and attended Third Ward school. He left Algona in 1911 and married a girl whose home was in California. The evening was spent socially. OBSERVE 40TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens' 40th wedding anniversary was belatedly observed Saturday by dinner at Van's cafe with all of their children present. Following the dinner the family and friends went to the Dick Sarchet home for a farewell party for David Barie, son-in-law of the Jergens who is leaving soon for Viet Nam Mrs, Barie and son Tod will live with the Jergens while David is away. KNIT AND SEW CLUB MEETS The Knit and Sew club mat on Wednesday with Mrs. L. C, Faber. 500 CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Elizabeth Post is entertaining her 500 club Thursday evening. : IDLE HOUR CLUB MEETS Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained the Idle Hour card club Wednesday afternoon. HOUSEWARMING Mrs. Vernell Ludwig entertained, her new neighbors at a coffee Thursday, The Ludwigs recently moved into their new home on Colby street. The guests were Mesdames William Studer, Robert Williams, Robert Knudson, Ida Reid, Frank Cruikshank and daughter Ruth, John Burns, John Hopkins, Dean Taylor, Ed DON JORGENSOH FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTi FOi PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Political Ad BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Walter Klamp was hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Lamp-right entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. M I it I I Mil I'l 1111 M 111111 In. September §nd downtowri were begun the first pirt of October. ; the residen- tlil drive beg*fi two Week» igo. The totil budget is $1S,450 Mid *11 mftney collected goes to the budget it published. All solicitation work is vdlunteer and gratis. , Lone Rock - Burt wedding ' : . • - '. . ":••'• \-U JEANETTE WICHTENDAHL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Lone Rock and David Eugene Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Burt, were married Oct. 29 at the Letts Creek Lutheran church. Rev. Vehling officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. ,-..« Maid of honor was Joan Wichtendahl, sister of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Carla Jo Strayer. Best man was Larry Westling, Algona. Groomsman was Terry Wichtendahl, brother of the bride. Lisa King, Irving, Texas, .was flower girl and Lenny Davis, Burt was ring bearer. Ushers were Bob Christiansen and Mr. Trenary, Burt. Soloist was Bonnie Potratz, accompan ied by Mrs. Freyholtz, Fenton. A reception was held in the church parlors. following . the ceremony. Pat Groen, Burt, had the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orange, Chicago, served punch. Mrs. Vern Smith, Hampton and Mrs. Becker, Burt, pour; ed coffee. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer, Ft. Photo by Glenn's Studio Dodge. Waitresses were Barbara Grant, Carol Teitz and the former Pat: 'Harms. Sharon King, Irving, Tex. and Pat Christiansen cut the cake. Ramona Smith,. Burt and Mrs. Tom Kissner, Algona, opened gifts. I The bride is a graduate , of Sentral schools and is presently employed at Friendship .Haven, Ft. Dodge, /He is a graduate of Burt schools and is employed by: Farner and Bocken, wholesale distributors, Ft. Dodge, where the couple resides. United Fund budget 70% completed A total of 70% of the budget for the United Fund has been raised thus far, it was announced by chairman Clair Blossom Tuesday. .He reported that residential solicitations are almost completed. Advance gifts were collected (Continued from Page, i) details in today's Advance. •Mov, to «- Kenneth Richard complete closing out sale, at farm located O7ie4ialf mile north, 2 east and one-half mile north of Lone Rock. Lyle Bensen^ Rirlg- sted, and Ronald Peck, Algona, auctioneers. Full sale details in Advance soon. Nov. 12 — E, J. "Jiggs" Kollasch Grocery Store and Sation sale, located eight miles south ot Algona. House and station also. Ronald Peck and Lyle Bensen, auctioneers. Full sale details in Advance soon. Dte. • — Mrs. Arnold Dangelser farm, located four miles east of Algona. Complete closing out sale, plus 20 head of dairy cattle. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Algona, clerk. Full details of sale in the Advance soon. RE-ELICT ROSELLA VOIGT v , . * '',(,-> I-? DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Kosjulh County QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE - • - - j, i Your Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid Political Adv.) W. B. 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