Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
Page 12
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•-ALOONA (Itwt) ADVANCI THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1966 Engaged MR. AND MRS. George M. Baumarvn, Lakota, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen, to Harold Wagetiaar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wagenaar of Hartley. Miss Baumann is secretary for Sioux County Farm Bureau in Orange City and he Attends Northwestern college there. A summer wedding is planned. ill cousins of the bride. At the gift table were Myfna Rippefttrop, Mrs. Elaine Sleper, Rhonda Sleper and Mrs. Judy Egesdfihl. Mrs. Carolyn Hadley, Columbus, Nebr., had the guest book. After a wedding trip to Denver, Colo. They will live at 2140 North 92nd Ave., Apt. 13, Omaha. She is a graduate of Lakota school and School of Commeirce, Omaha. She is a medical secretary for Community Services Division of the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute, Omaha, Nebr. He attended University of Nebraska and South Dakota State at Broofcings. He is sales manager for the Bloemer Graphic Arts Supply Co., Omaha. Alton man has hi* MMi birthday Ottosen—Theodore Evenson, Algona, who formerly lived on lis farm east of Ottosen, had lis 90th birthday Thursday, Oec. 1. His son and. daughter- in-law, the Ivan Evensons, vis- Titonka girl is married to an Omaha man Titonka—Marilyn JoAnn Rippentrop, daughter of the'John S. Rippen traps, Titonka, a.nd Don. William Mentzer, Omaha, 1 Son of the James R. Mentzers, Sr., i Schuyler, Nehr., were mar lied at the Ramsey Reformed church, Titonka, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. Rev. John Jpnssen officiated at the double ring ceremony. ; 'Matron of honor was Mrs. Barbara Young, Council Bluffs, ind bridesmaids were Mrs, Yvonne Hager, Mrs. Donna Placzek, Miss Sandy Kopeska, and Melinda Kruse, all of Omaha; Flower girl was Jean Anne Hager, Omaiha, and ring bearer was Randy Baade, Titonka cousin of the bride,. 1 ;" Gene Hadley, Columbus Nebr. was best man, and groomsmen were James R Menitzer, Jr., Fremont, Nebr. Marvin Rippontrop, Minneapolis; Larry Trofholtz and Robert Smejkal, Omaha. Ushers .were Roger llippentrop, Titonka David Sleper, Ames; Jim Plac zek, Omaha and David Kaspar ok; Lincoln, Nebr. -Kenneth Loats, Creston, was soloist and Donald Bulfer Minneapolis, was organist. A reception for, 225 guests was held with the Alfred Baades as hosts, Susan Fry wa*> the bride's personal attendant Mrs. Tema Kettwich and Mrs. Dorothy Rippentrop, cut the cake. Serving punch was Mrs. Nancy Trofholz and Mrs. Joan Smejkal, both of Omaha. Mrs. Jenny Sleper, Lakota, and Mrs. Gladys Meyer, Elmore poured coffee. Waitresses were Mrs. Thresa Baade, Mrs. Juniece Beenken, Mrs. Johanna Meinken, Mrs. Yvonne Rippentrop, Mrs. Arlys Meyer and Mrs. Shirley Meyers, ited him that afternoon. Mrs. Louis Jacobson had her birthday Sunday when the family were guests at Edward Zin- uel's. Other guests were the Richard Krauses, Shelly and Shawnna,. LuVerne. Doreen, daughter of the Victor Meyers, was eight Sunday and guests were the Martin Meyers and Elden. Mrs. Essie Cooper had a birthday. Saturday overnight and Sunday, the Clyde Coopers, Slewartsville, Mo., were guests. Other Sunday guests were the Hollis Coopers and Farrei Coopers and Brenda, Humboldt, and the Donald Coopers. Gary, son of the Dean Tel- fords was 14 Thursday and guests ^ere his grandparents, ine lloy Telfords, and LeRoy Worbys. The Roy Jacobsons visited Mrs. Mary Hansen at the Good Samaritan Home at Estherville Tuesday. The Antone Speichs and Edwin and Ruth Spcich, Ames were Sunday guests at Paul Berninghaus's, Fort Dodge. St Joe C.I.A. Christinas party dated Dec. 14 St. Jo«—C D of A will meet December 14, proceeded by a 6:30 pot-luck dinner in-St. Joseph's school hall. Following the meeting the annual Christmas party and dollar gift exchange will be held. Coupons atid Gift House certificates, are to be brought to the meeting, New Eyes for the Needy, with metal scrap such as real and costume jewelry, discarded silver, old watches and even dentures are needed to help in the work and are to be brought to the meeting. In charge of the dinner and party are Mrs. John Capesius, Mrs. Rosalia Illg, Mrs. Joe Sinn- well, Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Robert Berte, Mrs. Ralph Borman, Mrs. Ronald Illg, Mrs. Ray Berte, Mrs. Raymond r Kolhaas, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ed Borman, Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr., Mrs. Don fiorman, Mrs. Robert Alt* mart and Mrs. Damain Centgfai. PARTY The Laurence Thilges are moving this week to South Mar- Ian St., Algona, where they have purchased a home. On Saturday evening neighbors held a farewell' courtesy and gave them a gift certificate. Lunch brought by the neighbors was served, At 500 Mrs. Howard Borman and Patsy Hackney received prizes. Attending were the Tony Weyderts, N. J, Weyderts, Hubert O'Briens, Mrs. Patsy Hackney, Mrs. Paul Thilges, Sr., the Howard Bormans, Edward M. Thilgeses, Edwin Thilgeses, Ralph Redings, Bud Kutcharas, Adam Bertes, Art Kohlhasses, Martin Friders, John R. Capes- iuses and Wilfred Schneiders. Bob Kindt receiving prize*.! Mrs. Willie Thilges received the door prize. The Richard Arndorfers and Keliey are with Mrs. Afhdoff* er's parents, the Nick Bertes Sr. and with his mother, Mrs. Helen R. Amdorfer, Algona. following Richard's discharge front service. Mr. Arndorfer was with the air force at Grand Forks AFB, N. D., where he was an air pol- SHOWER GIVEN Georgia Thul was given a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's school hall. Janice Thul, sister of the honoree, Vickie filbert, sister of the groom, and a cousin of the groom, Mary Hoskins, assisted at the gift table. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Marvin Reding and Mrs. k*m*n. They plan to firm hear LuVetne. John Kirsch, Whittcmore, formerly here, is i patient in St. Ann hospital in Algona following a fall in his home. Mr. Kitsch is the father of Peter Kirsch. Mrs. Roger Bormann, Clarion, formerly from here, had major forgery in the Clarion hospital. Roger's mother Mrs, Anna Bormann, Alt* Vista, assisted in the Bormann home, ; ALL TYPEI N CARPENTRY WELCOME SEARS A ROEBUCK PROM US AT DIAMOND'S! 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