Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
Page 12
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•V-ALOONA (l«we) ADVANCI TMUMDAY, pie. t, ' .. _.. ...-.. .....,.. . 25th wedding is observed by St. Joe couple The Herman tllgs had their 25th wedding Thursday with an Illg family gathering Wednesday evening, Mr. Illg wore his wedding suit, and Mrs lUg's gown was modeled by a niece, Sharon Reding, Following a social evening lunch was served. Mrs, tllg is the former Elvira Geischocker, daughter of Mrs. Annie Geischecker, Algona, formerly here, and the late John Geischecker. Mr. Illg is the son of the late Fred and Margaret Illg. They have 5 daughters and 3 sons. Karen, is employed in St. Ann hospital office, Algona; Mary, at Teachers College, and John, Joe, Jim and Donna and Susan, students at Gariugan and St. Joseph's grade school. Attending the anniversary were the George Wagners, Harold Reelings, Alfred Redings and Sharon, Harold Friders and Howard, Joel Redings and John Redings. FATHER IS DEAD The Joe Sinn wells were called home Wednesday from Mesa, Ariz., by the sudden death of Mr. Snnwell's father, John Sinnwell, 80, Waterloo. Funeral services were held Saturday in Sacred Heart church in Waterloo with burial in the lona Catholic cemetery. Mr. Sinnwell is survived by 6 sons and 2 daughters, 46 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. Mike Sinn- well, son of the Joe Sinnwells, returned to his work Tuesday with Dickson Electronics, Mesa, Ariz., alter a weekend here. Mike accompanied his parents on a vacation trip visiting Mike. Connie Sinnwell, DesMoines spent the weekend here with her parents, the Joe Sinnwells. ATTEND ICE SHOW Riverdale .Rustlers 4-H Club with 39 members and 12 leaders and mothers attended the Hobday Oh Ice in Des Moines .Saturday. The group chartered a bus from Fort Dodge and also visited ait the State Capital, State Office Building,.. Bureau of Criminal Investigation,' Historical building and Art Center and museum. ; JoAnn Erpelding spent the past week with her parents, the Paul Erpeldings. She is employed at Western Securities Co. in Des Moines. The Paul Erpeldings visited their daughter, Sister Mary Letitia OSF, at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Wedlaesday. They also visited Sister M. Eleanor OSF, at St. Anthony's Home in Sioux City. Math Zeimet entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge Saturday with pneumonia,;,'. •••:•'.Eldon, son of the Paul Erpeld- ings, 1966 Garrigan graduate, enrolled for the winter farm quarter at Ames. The Erpeld- ings took him there Sunday. The Paul Erpeldings and daughter-JoAnn, Des Moines, attended the wedding of George Borman and Marion Quirk at New Hampton Saturday, and Sunday visited their niece, Sister Mary Sandra OSF, at Mount St. Francis, Dubuque. With an aunt, Mrs. Kate Hess, Duibuquc, they visiited Mrs. Hess's son,, the Charles Hesses, Farley. Jean Marie Thul returned Monday from Fort Bliss, Texas, where she had accompanied her sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard J Thul and son last Wednesday where Thul is stationed. Jean Marie returned by plane to Des Moines and was met by her grandparents, the John Thuls. and Mrs. -time* ftlttttedt ed coffee. Mrs. Aft Oide Mid Mrs. William Leek cut tM elk*, table waitresses were fiftMtei und Patricia Ffisef, ihtf Btf< bara and Saftdri Faulrttch. Mtt. Herb Leek ind Mr*. RiChird Frambach pinned on flowera, The bride is I graduate of Sentral schools and lowa Mate University, Ames. The groont is a graduate of LuVerne schools and is serving In the Army Intelligence pept., Atlanta, Gt., where they will make their home. Shower given Fenton bride atFairville Ponton — A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Box- anne Volgt November 22, in the Fairvillc St. Luke's Lutheran church basement. Presiding .was Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. The program included a read ing by Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mary Lou Larsen and Dale Eldridge sang Hawaiian Wedding Song accompanied by De|]|ana Married at Trinity Liitheran Mrs. «fly Uabs led i skit. itdtt«Me« were MM, Hay Llibf, Mrs. Roy fiiette, Mrs. Arnold, Htntelman, Mrs. Elmer Ortetwrt, Mrs. Walter Pcrtl. Mrs/, Dile Weisbrod; Mrs. Lyndon K«rber, Mrs, David Berk, Mrs. Clifettce Lohse, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Ervin Barchart, Mrs, Hilbert Bicrstart, Mrs. Rudy Hannover, Mrs. Lucille Frink, Mrs, Howard Kratise Mrs. David Dryer, Mrs. Fred Grienert, Mrs. William Hant&l- man, 'Mrs, Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Herbert Wehrapanm, Mrs, Victor Dreyer, Mrs. Bennio Berkland, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Arthur Zumach,, Mrs. El win Sohlel, Mrs. William Wiener, Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mrs. Victor Struecker, Mrs. Harold Elmen, Mrs. Eldon Brow:n,, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Larry Alt, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Marviim Luedtke, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Menz. men and Legion, Mrs., Arlin Kohlwes, ttoscoe, 111, was a guest of Mrs. Ida Dr*eyer fforfl Frtday to Sttr)d«y while MtvKdlwe* Went to Minn* eapolis. Bob Kotwes, student at Ames, came Saturday and Sun* day. They visited relatives and friends in Fenton, \ and Lotts Creek. J/JH5 jn*v<««wi» *• ~ ' _ x were Thanksgiving guests of Albeit Mttiteiis. Hi* Albert Mitchells and Duane MettngS, Cylinder, vteifc ed Sunday wit the Julius Mel* ings, Walnut Grove, Thanksgiving weekend guests of the Morris Mitchells were the Arnold Hellers, Marble Edwin Sllmmi, The Eldon Hantelmans and Sandra speuft severd' days tost week with the Don, feerrymani, at Fowler, 111. The Gene Tietzes and, Michael Were Thanksgiving supper guests of the Rudy TietzeS, BUrt, FREE PANCAKES The Fenton Community club will sponsor a free pancake aind sausage feed Saturday. Serving will be from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center. Loren Scarey was the winner of the portable television set given away,-by the Fenton Fire- HH»MHIWHW«IW«l|IP"l m 'l .TT-FIT.-." Diamond's FREE Christmas Gift IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA SEWINO MACHINE CO. • HOME Of ORUNDIO ITEREOS • Hi-Fi Stereo Multi-Plex AM-FM Radio Combination REGISTER At Diamond's each and every time you're in the store. GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY, DEC. 23rd VIRGEAN BIERSTEDT, daughter of Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt, Algona and Darwin Leek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Leek, Algona were married Saturday, Nov. 26 at Trinity ^Lutheran church. Rev. Paul Sohn officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her brother, James Bierstedt. •" Maid of honor was Ludna Leek, sister of the groom. Bridesmaid was Barbara' Wehr- spann. Groomsmen were James Bierstedt, the bride's brother and Tim JJlumer. Andy Hermanson and Eugene Faulstich were ushers. ' Candlelighters were ' Advonce -, Glahn's Photo-Engraving '•;• '• i Neil and . Ward Leek. Flower girls were Judi;'Lynn Bierstedt arid Janelle' Hermansoh, nieces of the' bride and groom. Soloist was Sherry Baker accompanied by Sandra Hannover. A reception for 175 guests was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie. Lucille Gade had the guest book. Sharon Hermanson, Mary Hannover, Linda Erickson and Inez Hannover opened, gifts. Beverly Berkland and . Mary Hannover served punch. Mrs. Andy Hermanson For the utmost in Color TV dependability ... '*'* $-4 *• ' ^XliwL- U«-l~ . - : ' V •» • ' why not get the best COLR See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table models, consols and stereo combinations. North Iowa Appliance Center : ; John Levy Phone 295-3818 Algona Iowa [ Fenton Joan Bellinger Thanksgiving guests of the Kenneth Bellingers were the Gene Tietzes and Michael, Wayne Boliingers, Lone Bock, Harvey BoJiinger and the Norman Boliingers. The Art Swansons, Taylors Falls, Minn, were recent weekend visitors at the parental Don Snaws. Bode By Mri. Rolan^ M- Oiien The Egrl Skajigst^dj returned to Corapton, Oa'iUI., ieavjng Friday. The SJs#ugs|ads vW!p4 the Bofe ToiTeiices, Ee4 Oak, at their diughters home m Color Springs, wiroute to OaJl- Hill I I H-M II 1 IN H I I I'M! | 1 1 •!• H--H-H H'i H'M"H I I 14. 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