Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Shower given coining bride in Swea-Eagle Swea-Eagle — Catharine Feddersen was given a pre-n,upttal Shower, Nov. 15, at the Fellowship Hall church. of the Methodist Mrs. Gregor Deim presided. Devotions were by Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale; readings by Mrs. Gifford Smith; and Mrs. Gregor Deim; Mrs. Ronald Stensdl who samg accompanied by Mrs'. V. E. Hazelho'ff. Readings by Mrs. Deim; Mrs. Harold Jones; Mrs Arnold Anderson; and a solo by Colleen Elliott, accompanied by Mrs. Hazelhoff. Jane Johnson and Nancy Charlson helped with gifts, and Bonnie Pech assisted in opening them. Mrs. James John-. son poured coffee. •. Hostesses were Mesdames Robert Mortensen, Norine Danielson, Amory Charlson, Harriet Patterson, Paul Wiechmann, Edwin Berggron, Warren Thompson, William •Pedh, Gregor Deim, Earl Kvamsdale, Ronald Stenzil, Gifford Smith, Kenneth Kollasch, William Beck, Earl Berg, Arnold Anderson, Harvey L .Larson, Lamont Johnson, W. L. Reynolds, Marvin Simonsmeier and Harold Jones. ALOONA (low*) ADVANC8-3 THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1966 Land Bank group dales mooting Stockholders of the Federal Land Bank Assn. of Algona will hold the 50th Anniversary annu al meeting January 25. The eve ning meeting is planned at the Burt high school gymnasium with dinner by the Burt Bant Mothers. Penney associates to receive Year-end payment Associates at the J. C. Penny Company department store here ait Algona will receive a yearend special payment today. John Shaw explained that checks will gO r to regular and part-time associates employed on /or before Dec. 31, 1965, with the exception of members of the management staff. Said Mr. Shaw: I "The year-end special payment is one of many benefits shared by Penny associates throughout the Company. It is another way the Company demonstrates interest in the welfare of people who are responsible for its continued growth." SHOWER IS GIVEN Mrs. Ed Dolf, (Carol Eggerth), was given a post nuptial shower by 28 college ..and high school friends Friday at the Methodist church' 1 at Swea City. A short program was held with Judy Davidson presiding. Devotions were by Cari4y Elliott, and a reading was given by Betty Hanson. • Two songs were by Pat Guiran, Candy Elliott and Molly Hazelhoff, . accompanied by Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff. Hostesses were Pat! Guinn, Judy Davidson and Molly Hazelhoff. Friday' to Sunday guests at Ormal Guinn's were the Gene Paynes, Runnells. The Lee Hurlburts, 'Fonda, and David Fritzes, Sioux' Falls, were Wednesday to Saturday guests at the parental Maynard SOC/ETY Hurlburt's, and Blacks, Karen, •the John L. Johnnie and Roxanne, Algona'.j .joined them Thanksgiving. ISi'V^-**- •••"*" The Jofci L. Blacks recently moved from Fort Dodge to Algona. He is employed by the Colonial Baking Co. Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth family and Mrs. Conrad Brekke, Estherville, were Thanksgiving guests at Floyd Brekke's, Mrs. Edna Kennedy, Fairmont, was a Sunday guest at Floyd Brekke's and afternoon guests were the Qick Kennedys Mankato. There were 70 at the Harvest Festival at St. Mary's Parish Hall in Armstrong. Sunday, Mr Krotte, a former F.B.I, member talked on findings in the Ken nedy assassination. The Alvin Nelsons, Henry 111., and the Bob Palmers and Jimmy, Maconib, Illinois, were guests at Maynard Jensen's Thursday to Saturday here fo. the funeral of Mrs. Joe Preston, mother of Mrs. Nelson. Saturday evening at Arthu W. Larson's were her sister, th Glen Mpdraceks,;. Iowa City. £.'(•' PARTY FOR SISTERS Sisters of the Presentation were given a pot luck dinner and Christmas party Monday at St. Cecelia's Academy. Catholic Daughters of America were hosts to the party. Mrs. Mary Wiltgen gave the welcome and read two verses, "A Day in the Life of the Sisters," and "Everyday School Quotes." Bingo was played and the Sisters received many gifts. Mrs. Avis Bradley won the door prize. In charge were Ruth Robinson and Marian Crawford, assisted by Anna Courtney, Imogene McAtee, Mary Barry, Florence Valentine, Marguerite Hay- .s, Cecelia Simmons, Anna Geis- icoker, Lavonne Post, Doris Mc- Ivoy, Helen Klooster, Ruth, Arnd, Ann King, Ardyth Thomar son, Irene Griffin, Rose Scanlan, Cathleen Griffin, Minnie Sohick, Mary Angela Gisc'h, Jean Reynolds, Renetta Fandei, Luella lollins, Eileen Lajnpright, Luela Murphy, Alice Condon, Irma Lichter, Marie Payne, Mary Lou luhnke, Paulette Bradley, Jean Haas, Mary Straub, Helen Mikes, Maude Cassel, Esther Helmets, Janice Jergenson and Luelli Arndorfer. UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS. A special meeting of the Board o', Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, Nov. 21, 1966, at 7:3C o'clock P.M. • Present were: Allen K. Buchanan, O. B. Harmes, R. G. Buchanan, Attorney, T. James Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohi See. Absent was; Melvin J. Bay. A resolution was approved anci adopted, authorizing a qualified paymen, to Armstoad, Gerhardt & Associates, Inc. for services rendered. LIGHT FUND Armstead, Gerhardt & Associates, Inc. & la. Employment Security Comm, Service $2,479.4C A resolution authorizing, approving and adopting tariff to be filed with th Iowa State Commerce Commission, relating to service characteristics, procedurt and practice, was approved anfd adopted. Meeting adjourned. Ira Kohl Secretary Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 1, 1966. J*: W'*R( : : >£«•# to:^^:«':»»*;s v.:->vw"-"-vwi SILL TOMORROW with • WANT AD TODAY! 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