Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1966
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Iqono K<muth County PWSDAY, NOV. 3,19*6 - ALOONA, IOWA - vance fiode, Erma Kum, SaJly St«def, Eileen Johnson, Rita Youn^Wtrt and Josie Uckteig attended the D. C. C. W, workshop at St. ceiia's in Algona Oct. 27. First graders of St: Joseph's parochial school had > free day today «s second graders were >raoticing for their first comrnii- lidii Sunday, i Richard frost is a new empto* yee at the K & H oil station. He came from Eagle Grove and stays with the Bill Drummers. Mrs, Orville Smith and Mrs. ill to lot 12. . . rill mtrry Gl«n at Jack first communion w#6 the G«o. tony Beckers, St. Joe, for Becker's, fint communion. M*ry to Becker who Attends coUege at Mahkato, spent the weekend *t home, Mrs. Theresa foertflchv Hoae- mary, Will, John, Angeline and Ollie were Sunday callers at Bernard Heinan's at Sheffield. The lid Foertsches, Burt, called at Foertsch's Sunday Bancroft, and R. W. §,'Algona. The ti. H. Kleins had guests &E£SS*£S2Sff!!*\ »niii.i.iniiiniii evening. ?:00 to 8:30 p.m. -* Senlof OOtififfhation class; 7:30 p.ttt. « Senio* , Chotf practices. Sunday, Nov. 6 8:10 <a,m. — Early ALL SAINTS Holy Communion Serv- ce. 9:20 <to 10:35 a.m. — Sunday «jhurch School, 10:45 .a.m. — Later ALL Herman Bode attended the meeting of the Everready cliib at Cecil Hildebrand's, Britt, last Wednesday. The Lou Lickteigs attended the mass at Whittemore Sunday as their grandson Billy Kenypn, son of the Ed Kenyohs, received his first communion, All were guests of his grandfather, Albert Ken yon, in Emmetsburg. The Ed Kenyons are building a new house on their farm near Whittemore. Sunday guests at Dennis Haverly's for Debra's first communion were Mrs. Clara Havertyattd Audra, ftay Kollasohs; Ed ri is a daughter of the Dave Ueins, ; • .•'" ' • •' ,• .'• -.- • The Don Hanigs had as Sun* day gue*ts the Harold Currans, Britt, Al Beckers, St, Joe, and Leo Hanigs and Stan, Wesley, itor Jean's first communion. The Bill Hanigs were afternoon callers, Dave Rttmuses evening callers. Sunday callers at Henry Rede- nuis's were the E, Modermans,' Mrs. D, Dirfcsen, Mrs. Pell, Alice «nd Helen Sundiken, all of Alexander, (Churches •mum m t n mm MM her and Rock, Oct. Mrs. Julia Sticker to the First Lutheran «•*. ftatort f. t*MM Algona Thursday, Nov. 3 1:00 p.m. — Sarah Group omen, inecu Hi the church for Bible study goes to the County Home to visit. Hostesses are, Mrs. Mrs. E. B. Carl- study leader is Mrs. Lemkee, devotion leader SAINTS Holy Communion Sefv> 1-30 p.m. — Census-tlikefS' meet at Coti,grogatiottAl CeMef. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. -^ Algona Religious Census- 8:00 p.m:'— Stfewal-dshlp information meeting* with £ film. All mettibefs of Fifst LUthifeir are urged to attend orte of the two identical meetings, ; 8:00- _ forifeltitit*! 8:00 t Bible study wiU Vernoti be Fatnhanlr' VOTE FOR " : Charles Plathe DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Rock, Oct. 25;to visit the Andrew.^ M o , c! mDSon , Kanengietes »nd other rel«ttV«*;:;r f ^ s> s ^^° Snndav cuestsat Kennath For- L*-™. L ? "'*°. P.' 1 " 1 . ~ Sunday guests at burger's for^ Richard's first mujuon included the Tom Fo^burgers, John Lickteigs, Urban Lickteigs, Al Erpeldings, Mrs. Alice Hill and Mrs, John Bleich. Wilfred BeckarS had as Sun- , T TVTarv lane I ,annp IVidrV jailC l-idUUC * Bancroft — Mary Jane Lappe and William Rorah were married Oct. 22 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft with Msgr. J. H. Schultes performing the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lappe of Bancroft. The groom is the son of Mrs. Fern buell of Oakland, Calif. Mrs. Thomas Lichliter of Kansas City, Mo. was matron of honor and Mrs. Thomas Food of Ft. Dodge was bridesmaid. Thomas Lappe, brother of the bride, was best man and Charles Runkle of Spencer, cousin of the groom, was groomsman. Usheri Woden; Paul Hayerlys, Algona; Hugh Waverlys, Renwick; and the Kenneth Haverlya. x The Alvin Beckers had as Sunday guests the Jo Youngs..and Don Young, Garner; Jeanne Whitte, Britt; James Pavelkas, of Britt; and Bob Becker. Paul Goetz of Ofiutt A. F. B., Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend the parental Geo. Goetz's. Masses in St. Josephs Catholic church Wednesday, All Souls were Dennis Lappe and Robert I Day were at 7, 7:30 and 7:55 Rorah of Spencer. • a.m, Banns of Marriage^ were Following a reception in the published for Maurice Becker, church-hall the newlyweds left son of the Tom Beckers, and for a one week honeymoon in Judy Traynor, of Grant, Mich. Wisconsin and Illinois. The Elmer Doughans and Leonard Arndorfers and Dan ware Sunday guests of the Doughan's daughter, the Jim Walmsley's, Webster City, for Dawn Ann Walmsley's first communion. Other guests were her paternal grandparents, the James Walmslcys, Cadar gw^^'^^lCcjv- Brttt; Alvin Kaisers, Alg6a|;:an^Ifamilies. 'v :'•"•'<. .;" : ' :< ••''?•?':' '•'" ••..•'"•'."'• ''"'•''.•••• •.^ u.*itr IAJ CF.IU p.m. — wceKday Church School, including Junior Choir practice and Junior Confirmation. r 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. — Luther League meets. Supper will be 'served by the Ernie Georg, Holt and Duanc Carsun SUPERVISOR FIRST DISTRICT - KOS8UTH COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION - TUESDAY, NOV. 0, 1000 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED- H,tt !!t| 86* They will make their home in 1 Mason City. The briae, a graduate of St. John's high school and Hamil-1 ton Business College in Mason City, has been employed as secretary for the Thorp Credit Inc. at Mason City for 2 fc years. The groom is employed with the same firm as assistant manager. He is a graduate of Spen- clr high school and served four. years with the U. S. Navy. ' y At services for a former Wesley priest Wesley — Mesdames Luke Youngwirth, Ed Johnson, Clete Studer, Andrew Reising, Paul Studer, and the Herman Bodes, All Lickteigs, Lou .Lickteigs attended the wake and rosary for Father Buckholz, 64, at Lohrville Oct. 28. He was buried Saturday. He served'St. Josephs Catholic church at Wesley from 1958-19 60. The Wes'leyans also visited his housekeeper Cecelia Nabor. P. T. A. WILL MEET The Corwith-Wesley Community school P. T. A. will meet at Corwith Nov. 9. There will be no classes in either school as a Parent-Teacher conference is to be held. Members of the school board plan to attend a convention in Des Moines Nov. 17 and 18. A freshman class party is to be held at Corwith Nov. 19. Mrs : Margaret Root had fche Saturday afternoon .bridge club Thursday.. Mary ^Rockwood, Ma Doughan and Vera were guests. Bernie ton and Mane Doughan were high score winners. The John Lickteigs and Bob . &?£?& 'IS munion of Ronald., The Bill Goetzes had as Sun reouse on main street.- They are former Wesleyans. G=Srg 0 VlmhuM. .was surprise birthday party Oct. 26 bya group of relatives which in eluded the Tom Vitzthums, of | day guests for the first comimin- Laurens, Bill Ludwigs, St. Bene- ion of Gary, the Jdhn YoiiHg- "' diet, Luke Youngvvirths, Steve Doughans, Mike, Jack and Geo. Vitzthums Jr., Wesley. Mrs. Herman Bode was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Prohaska, at Duncan -Catholic church mother-daughter breakfast Sunday. Mesdames Maud Studer, Hazel Studer, Mildred Arndorfer, Mary wirths, Joe Goetzes, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and the Frank Bieggers, Des Moines. George Kunkels, St. Benedict, George Diers, Bancroft and Mrs. Carrie Kunkel, Algona were Sunday guests at Bernard Kunkel's for the first communion of Daryl Kunkel. Mrs. LeRoy Grandganett at For the utmost in Color TV dependability . why not get the best m FARM FIELD FIRE The fire department answer ed a call to Mrs. Theresa Foer tsch's farm west of town to put out a fire in a hay field and" corn field Sunday evening. The origin of 'the fire is unknown. The Sam Alnes, Ames, spent several days last week in Wesley, visiting and doing repair and redecorating \y»rk on. their See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table models, console and stereo combinations. 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