Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 2
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Parties dated by Wesleyms for Christmas W«it*y — The Legion Auxiliary will have their Christinas party Dec. 1. A pot luck lunch will be served at 7 o'clock. A gift exchange will be held and each member will give 50 cents and gifts will be bought for men and women at Woodward. White elephants will be brought for the bingo g*une. CDA will have their annual Christmas party Dec, 13. St.' Joseph's guild Christmas party will be Dec. 20 with the Nuns as .guests. The district Felco Christmas party will be held Dec. 13 at Whittemore. The K & H Oil Co. Christmas party will be held at the Country Club at Algona Dec. ,6. Prairie Neighbors dub will have their holiday paity at Al's Lounge Dec. ,6. Wesley township homemakers are planning to have their party Dec. 20. 3-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, NOV. 17, Engaged SHOOTS BULL ILK Bill Koppen returned Nov. 5 from a hunting trip to Durango, Colo., where he shot a 4 point bull elk and has the meat to prove it. < He visited the R. E. Newbroughs in Durango. Mr. Newbrough, who had a. very severe back injury last year in a crash of .his iky chopper, has now returned to his work with his machine. Their oldest daughter, Diana., 'has a /teaching position at Padfica high school at Garden Grove, .Calif. The former Wesleyans have two other daughters. Clete West .substituted for Koppen on his rural mail route.. • WED IN MICHIGAN The Tom Beckers attended the marriage of their son Maurice Becker and Judy Traynor, daughter of ,the Gerald Traynors, of .Grant, Mich., formerly of Clarion, Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at St .Bartholomew Catholic churdi in Newaygo, Mich. The dinner and reception .was in the Mr. President 'Motor' Inn in-Grand Rapids, tffe ,is t epployed at the Vegetable package jSales Co. ahd his wife is secretary there. WILL BE MARRIED Banns of marriage were published Sunday 'for Robert J , Riichtsmeier, son of "the A. N Richtsmeierf, -and Donna Lee Lavicky,daughter of. the Frank Lavickys, .Sewjard, jsjej*. She. is a graduate from St. Elizabeths School of Nursing, Lincoln, Neb, He is a student at the university of Nebraska. They will be married Nov. 26. BREAKFAST OATJED The P.C.C.W.. chairmen and women, of , St. Joseph's parish will serve breakfast Sunday Nov. 20 after each Mass. The Tom Beckers have a new grandson. He was born Saturday to the Bernard Beckers, Water vUle, Mjnn. This is their first child and the new mother is the former .Linda Schobyi daughter of the Fred Schobys, Britt. Susanne Lynae, who was born to the Dennis Cinks Nov. 6, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phil lips. Her uncle and aunt, the Micijaei Cinks, Algona, were sponsors. The latter family were guests of the Cinks. The Lou Ferstls, Algona, were afternoon callers. Martin Becker of Irvington, son of the Tom Beckers, left for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Tuesday having been drafted into the army. His wife, the former Mary Gillingham, is employed at Wei- denhoffs, Algona, Grace Kouba has sold her home to the Edmund Otises and has moved into one of the Martin apartments on Kennedy street, Algona. The Otises are moving from their farm into the Kouba house, which was the home of the late Koubas for many years. Miss Kouba is employed a,t the Mor-Gro plant in Algona. Mrs. John Muehe was brought home Thursday from Mercy hospital, 'Mason City, where she had major surgery. Many Wesleyans attended the chicken dinner at St- Cecelia's Academy & Algona Sunday. A girl was born to the Joe Krieps Saturday at Mercy hospital, Mason City, making them a family ojf four boys and four girls, H> weighed 8 Jbs. g oz. The Gaylpn Vitzthums and ' MR. AND MRS. William, Erpcl- ding announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Blondina, to John Blankenau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blankenau of Dodge, Neb. A January "wedding is planned. Miss Erpelding attended Garrigan high school arid received a mchelor of science degree in medical technology from Creighon .University this spring. She s presently employed iri Omaha, fer fiance is a 1964 graduate of 3reighton and is in business with lis father in Dodge, Neb. Former Algona woman dies '< i"*' in California Irvin^ton •-—. Word was re^ ceived here recently by the Robert Blacks, of the death ; of Airs, Slack's cousin, MrsV" Evert Swennsbii, Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Swennson was the former Ella Mae Johnson, daughter of the George Johnsons, and were all former residents of Algonia, Mrs. Swennson went to school in Algona, arid graduated from AlgoniEf high. She met her husband, Dr. Evert Swenflison in .Chicago, and .after they were married they moved to Long Beach many years ago. Mrs. Swennson had been, in ill health for several years ahd had surgery many times. She was found dead in bed by her husband. " Her parents, Ahe George Johnsons were life-long residents of Algona until ten years ago, when they moved to Salinas, Calif. Surviving are Mrs. Swennson's husband, Dr. Everet Swennson and. two sons, Long Beach, Calif., her mother, Mrs. Dora Johnson, and one brother, both of Salinas, Calif. She was preceded in death Jaci, Stewart, visited his parents, the George Vitzthums and other relatives here Sunday. The Francis Pierces had their MM) club Sunday at three tables. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Goetz were guests. Prize winners were Florence Hildman, Esther Sohroeder, Philip Goetz, Otto Fox and Rose Hauptly. The Will Hauptlys will have the next party Nov. 27. The Frank Benteleys, Swea City, were Sunday callers at Will Hauptly's. The Loren Leases and four daughters of Newton were weekend guests at the parental L. L. Lease's. Donna Bleich, Lynn Herschberger, Colona, 111., and Bob and Dick Bleich, Estherville, spent the weekend at the parental Frank .Bleichte. Other Sunday guests were the Vern Olsons,and Will Hauptlys. The Leonard Arndorfers and Elmer Doughans plan to go to Cedar Rapids Sunday to visit Vicki and Dan Arndorfet and the Doughan daughters, -Sister, Kevin, and Sister 'Damiari." 7 •; .Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer will •have her contract bridge club Thursday evening. The Neighborhood Birthday dub will.meet with Mrs. Fern Paulson next Monday' for her birthday and that of Mrs. Mary Bode. The Harold Hornsbuckles, Waterloo, spent the November 6th weekend at her sister, the Francis Pfeffers. by her father, George Johnson. WED IN MARYLAND Margaret ^KeDt, Washington, D. C. and Paul Curren, of Shelby, O., were, married at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 25 in the United Brothers church, Rockville, Md. Attend 1 ants were the bride's sister4n> law, Mrs. Lewis Rent, Washington, D. C., and Jack Jones, of the navy. They will live at Nickols, 4692 Washington,' D. C. Mr. Curren has one more year to serve in the navy, and then ii interested in • getting . into the highway patrol. Margaret is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona. She has been employed with the Arcasia Insurance Co. there for two years, \ Mrs. B. 0. Davis returned Fti- dayafter a week visiting her sister, the Lee Vander Waals, Bradley, 111. Mrs. Davis went to Illinois with her daughter, the Dick Fellins, Emmetsburg, ;Who went to Chicago, where the Fel- ilns visited Mr. Fellin's mother and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Feliin and Dee. The Fellins and Mrs Davis also attended the Ice'Fol- lies in Chicago Stadium. -, r , Francis Froehlich entered .Si Ann hospital Nov. 11. for tr,ej|i ment and blood transfusions. Mr Froehlich will be hospitalized for several days. - ' ' Weekend visitors at Francis Froehlich's was their son, Sgt arid MfSV Doft f roehlidi and Mate and Koger, SSottx €toy it ,',ttoti s irt'thfc air force stationed at Sioux ^Sty. - , .. , ;„''•'. The John Webers we're -gtieits 'ridiay at Alvin Weber's, Lu> Vefne,,for the birthdays of John Weber; "and Geffry wfeber, son of the. Laroy Webers. Other, guests Were the Leroy Webers and Henry Weber, Corwith, The Alvin Webers, LttVerne, left Saturday for Pontiac, III, where; he. visited his, two sisters. Mrs. Weber stopped in Ceicter Rapids,' where she visited their son, the Charles" Webers/ both teaching in 1 Cedar Rapids. The Webers returned home Monday. Mrs. Florence Colwell .and .her brother, Claude Fowler were vis- 1 itors; a' few days recently at Lyle Pearce's, Britt. Visiting the Lawrence Millers over ..the Weekend were Mrs. Miller's parents, 4 the Victor Ap- plegates, Ames. Loren Larson became seriously ill early last week Tuesday 'anc was taken by Kenneth Roney to the Lutheran hospital, FOP Dodge. Mrs. Larson was with him Saturday and Sunday afternoons and reports he will be hospitalized fdr at least two Jie Harold SabinS wefe aijhe OtiMge PMb f Afms day: for M&. JPeMfc Kenneth Roney took Merle Wellendorf - to Veteran's , hospi tal, Des Moines, last week Thursday where he < had a periodi* cnM-up. ' t , Were &iftday < -visitors - a mother, Mrs. Blanche Lage's. The Robert Skilliflgs were re* cent Sunday guests of their son, ;he Dewey SkilMttg*, Alg&iffl, for Dewey's birthday. Three county residents to North la. board Mrs. 0. L. Nasby, R'N, and Dr John Schutter, Algona, and Mrs Richard Campney, RN, of Burt are members of the Board of jDi rectors of the newly organized North Iowa Stroke Rehabilita tion Program. This is a completely new service project of the North ^Central Division of Iowa Heart Association and is sponsored by the division and the State Department of Health. ' ' The program received approval of the Iowa 'Heart Association at a Board of * Directors meeting in Iowa City, Sunday, Nov. 13. < Mrs. Don Mitchell, ite'director from thd North, Cetftraf; Division. At the ofiteef of .the .North ipwa Stroke .Reh«; Mlitatiott Program P^ 0 *"^", be given to educational and'in- staff training programs for hos< pitals ,and nursing home person- si. Dr. Robert McCoy of Mason City is the chairman, of; the. Stroke Committee. KosisUth cdum ty is one 6f4neM4;cdfiW area of the North Central'Division. ' Each county will be:r,epresent< ed on the Stroke board by a la^ and physician member,* ,• ,„ -, The North Central Division of .Iowa Heart Association held a board of directors meeting .at ,the Algona Country Club. Kossuth .county received special recognition for their fund raising ef t«of the, tteart W,;A, Kfehi, City, was th^gtfest sp^ik^ . fir, Krehft pfeiefttttton on "Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease," emphasifed ; thtt risk 6f cardiovascular disease is in- erased by .cigarette smoking, lack of regular exercise, .high blood pressure and over weight. WAMT AD FOR RENT ,— 5 room duplex. Basement and garage. $65 per month. Phone 295-5079. ; . 12w90tfn WILEY MAYNE THANKS YOU! Representing YOU is the MAYNE idea. 4-H News U-GO-I-GO U-Go-I-Go club met Nov. 1 with Becky Tielebein, hostess at the Extension building. New officers installed were: president, Marsha Winter; vice, Diane Muller; "sec.. Sue Bullock; treas, Becky Tielebein; historian. Sherry Bulten; reporter, Joyce Sefert; photographer, Debbie Bulten; assistant, Debbie Missal; parli- mentarian, Diana Muller; recreation, Debbie Sewick; music, Phyllis Pentecost; 'health, Linda Hansen; safety, Charlotte Lem hee; activities, Diana Winter. New member is Marlene Golwitzer. Plans for Christmas party were made. Guests were: Mrs. Sifert, Mrs. Golwitzer, Mrs. Muller, Mrs. Lupkes, Mrs. Hansen, Mrs, Lemkee! Mrs. Sewioh, Mrs. Missal, Mrs. Winter and Mrs. Bulten. Leaders for 1967 are: Mrs. Lemkee, organization, Mrs. Lupkes, clothing; Mrs. Hauser, food and nutrition; Mrs. Buiten, program. Reporter Joyce Sifert. Bancroft youth is disebir|td Bancroft — Dale R. Menke, son of Mr. and Mr?. Albin Menke, Bancroft, recently was discharged from service. He was a builder constructionnian serving in Viet Nam. He has been farming his parents' farm since the illness of his father. THANK YOU To tg ft^>r«M py $iAOK« m in iht fiction Nov. 9. I wish 0ml 4UMWAUER New-'Lis&ng^^«%«be«iiireem h»me3iw6ioki»»-in locattb&^ali!? 6 4 bedroom lieme full bath-up a'ttd-Va bedrooms and full bath down, 2 bedrooms up. ,Nwe, ( , ^ .Good sized kitchen, new,roof, good furnace, kitchen, - living room. .' * J ' '~ , e^soo $12,500 >' rfj • bath down. Good two bedrpqm on one floor — excellent' condition: 4 blocks from Catholic church,-3 blocks from Lutheran church. Can be used as 3'bedroom. Single garage. $10,500 3 bedroom home all on one floor. Only 3 years old. Spacious kitchen with' breakfast bar, Full basement, single attached garage. ' «)?ii $18,500. ' '•••'• V-...^-';' 4 bedroom ranch type home. Dining room, kitchen/family room, 2 full baths, 2 fireplaces, double garage. 1 acre of finest landscaping in Algona. PRICED THOUSANDS BELOW REPLACEMENT 2 or 3 bedroom home. Living room; kitchen, full bath. Excellent condition, recreation room in basement, Single garage with paved driveway. $13,500 HOMES WANTED WE HAVE BUYERS FOR $20400 to $25400, 44EDROOM HOMES! We also have buyers on contract terms, with low down payments, who have good incomes. Home with income. 2 bedrooms with full bath and kitchen up. 2 bedrooms with full bath and kitchen down. Separate entrances. 2 full lots. Upstairs rented at $50 per month. Wearebelping people to buy and you to sell 1, S!4 NORTH WQODWORTW 2, 400 NORTH ROAN 3, m IAIT KiNNIOY ^TBHBIi"^ ^^^^^^^ww^p ^^^^^WM^^* ^^^^^^^^^^ ^m^^^^mff ^R||p|P • - ^^PBJ ^i^P ^^^^WHBBIj^ ^5^1 TJ^^^P^ •• ^iH^pllHHBK • flIPBpi • IpNPRP ^VIIIP^ '^^BBi^^' PAUt M. 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