Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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4-ALOONA (Itwa) ADVANCI TMUMOAY, NOV. 24, 1fM *T V « -r *, 1. , i 4 f t v* *!> ' -*• ' * * * Whittemore girl married Beverly Besch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Besch, Whittemore and Dennis Sill, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Sill, LuVerne were married Nov. 1 '12 , at 1 St. Michael's Catholic church. Father Philip J. Dailey officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Anita Nurre, Owatonna, Minn. Bridesmaids were Mary Beach, the bride's sister and Toni Tucker, Algona. Mary Pat and Nickie Kollasch were flower girl and ring bearer. Best man was Bob Besch. Groomsmen were Jerry Sill, brother of the groom and Mark Elbert. Ushers were Dennis sch and Brian Henry. Mass servers were Mike Me* Donnell and Tom Koljasch. Mr, and Mrs. Dave Kollasch sang ac<< compamed by Sister Mary Ma' donna. Marilyn Alt, FeMoti and Joyce Arndorfer, Algona were the bride's personal attendants. A rec&ption for 200 guests was held in the church hall following the ceremony. Trudy Betts and Mary Ellen Ludwig 'had the guest book. Anna Mae Besch, Mary Margaret McDonnell, Tlier- ese Mullin and Barbara Weydert opened gifts. Dora Besch and Mrs. Moran Higley, Omaha, Neb. cut the cake.' Table waitresses were Maureen McDonnell, Karen Higley and Joan Derner. The bride is a graduate of Gamigan high school and is employed by Directory Service, Algona. The groom is a graduate of Lu Verne schools and Omaha Trade School and is employed by Siegs, Algona. Afifcer a short wedding trip, they are at home near Irvington. MARCHING AWARD Carol Teeter, daughter of the Clifford Teeters, recently received a trophy for the outstanding freshman girl marcher in the Panther Marching 100 at SCI, Cedar Falls. Carol was a 1965 Algona high school graduate. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Sendee* lor lit Stater, at Lone Rock Loot Reek—Mrs. Hattte Shta- er, 86, resident, of Lone Rock lor 53 years died alter a four monih illness. Saturday nt the hospital in Efitherville. She had been hospitalized four months. ; ; She 'has made her home for 35 years with her son the Albert Shasers, who farm north of Lone Rock. Mrs. Shaser was born Dec. 26, 1879 in Rising Sun, Ind. to Ellen and Davenport Oak. She attended school in Indiana and was employed for a time in Taylor Ridge, 111. ] February 25, 1906 she was married to Christian Shaser. They farmed at Invin, Iowa, before moving to the farm north of Lone Rock. . '» ;She is survived by one son, Albert, Lone Rook, one grand" daughter, Mrs. Raymond Uthqf, two grandchildren, Rodney arid Cheryl Uthof, Fenton. An infant son, husband, four brothers, and a sister are dead. Burial was at Lone Rook cemetery following funeral services at the Lone Rode Presbyterian church Tuesday.'; SERVICES DATED ' The Lone Rock Presbyterian church has scheduled a Thanksgiving service, Thursday at 9:30 a.m. They have'also planned the «nnuti-Sund*y achool Christmas Jrasrar ;a» sandiy, D«J. is. TM.propmto ''Chftotmas is a Miiacte". Th* first feheaml will be Nov. 30 it the church at i4p.Ift. '.'I'"' The CHrttwe Krafts left ft* Evatttville, Ind, Saturday id attend the funeral of Mrs. Kraft's father, who died last week. ^^^^^^^___ * HOMEMAKERf MEET The Fentoit Township Home* makers club met Friday at Mrs. Clair Bellinger's, Lone Rock with 16 present., They made plans for the Christmas meeting at Mrs. Roy Jensen's with Neva Thompson assisting. The December meeting will be held Dec. 16, for a Pot Luck at 12:30, There will be a gift exchange of a home made gilt, and fruit will be packed to be given as gifts in the community. Harriet Bollinger had the lesson and Mrs. Roy *•§ issiiting hottest. yjMt Curtli Otoofl f manager of the ottejttdtk Telephone Co., had ait • appmdettomy Thursday mornirtg at Mwcy hoApitid In Port Dodge. MeWUl behospitT ized until early «xt week s sgt and Mr*, .terry D, Sinw and Tour children came this week to visit her parents, the John NewwfoUghfe 'in Phoenix* Ark. they have spent the four years in Turkey, They will be stationed at Miami* Fla. t alter « M day leave. Mrs. Sims is the former Janet Newbrough, granddaughter of the A. D. Newbrough;and the late Len Mar- lowrf, Lone Rock. The E. M. Jensens, Hackenr sack, Minn., are visiting friends in the Lone Rock area. They came Wednesday and will stay in Lone Rock until Saturday. They will leave for Muscatine to Mt«. Jensen. THE SHY in APPIARINO SATURDAY, NOV. 26 SATURDAY, DEC. 17 SATURDAY, DEC. 31 born MISS THBM The Pine Room (HOTEL ALGONA) ' ' •.¥::: '' SHEAKLEYS A Trustee! 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