Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 12, 1966
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J—ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE MONDAY, bid 12/19*4* .Wesley man married Donna. L. Lavicky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Frank Lavicky, of Seward, Neb., and Robert J. Riohitsmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier, Wesley, were married Noy; 26 in Assumption Catholic church, Dwight, Neb. The birde was escorted by her ,;falhef. ••,'••. .;;•' ' '.-. • ."•;" The bride's attendants were Jaiie Batt, Sharon Leesley, Lin- Coin, Neb. and Susan Kobza. * Best man was Andy Northern, Lincoln, arid Ned Lavicky,' Lincoln, was groomsman. Jim Menke, Bancroft' and Bob Rosnp, of Lincoln, were servers. 'Ushers were : yincent; Richtsmeier, Min- neapolis, and Francis Lavicky, of York, Neb. A reception following the ceremony was held in Jones Auditorium, Seward. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kobza, sister and brother-in-law of tih(& bride. The bride is a graduate of St. Eu'zabeth School .of Nursing and is employed by St. Elizabeth hospital, Lincoln. The groom is a business major at the University of Nebraska and is employed by the State Department of Roads. The couple will be at home in Lincoln, Neb. Shower for Gesche Brandt ,.-•• . ' : i •,' f , •• 't • . j ;>•••-, r r rr at Lakota Lake** — A miscellaneous open housfe shower was held Dex:. 3 for Miss Gesche Brandt, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Albert Brandt of Lakota. She was honored at St. Caul's Lutheran church in Lakota. The following program was given: A welcome by Mary Ann Brandt; devotions by Leorta Christ which was followed by a reading by Cindy Steinberg. A piano duet was played by Brenda .and Linda Eddy. Afterwards two contest games were played by the audience and everyone gave the bride-to-be their favorite recipe. Around 40 relatives tnd friends were in attendance. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Richard Countryman, Mrs. Ella Addy, Mrs. Walter Christ, Mrs. Paul Christ, Mrs. Don Wert- jes, Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mrs. Rex Larson, Mrs: Nick Thomson, Mrs. Larry Thomson, Mrs.: 'Harold Beenken, Mrs. John Jorgenson, arid Mrs. Roger SteiMxjrg. Miss Brandt will become the bride of Leslie Holland, son of the Lester Hollands of Forest City on Saturday, Dec. 17, ait St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota. :, : -•;•- ' ..-.•••• : •••{•:••'• "•""•" Mrs. Harry L. Maw See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table models, console and stereo combinations. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman left by train for Los Angeles, California where they >vill iFpend 6. weeks with i their daughter, Linda. ''.'•"'' V ' Charpel Hauswirth' was released from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson of Wesley, Mrs.' Addie' Hariim and Mrs. Harry Maw visited Sunday fternoon at the hoine of Mrs. Lorrine Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirch- atter left for Lake Worth, 'lorida where they will spend he winter months. Janis Brockm>an and Shirley Crauss, spent the weekend with ristie Nerem and Beth Risvold t St: Olaf College at North- iold, Minn. Anna Meyers was released rom the Lutheran .hospital in ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Babcpck. They came to at- terid the liiftefai s«fvi6e| 6i;ha£ irkndmothef at swfea CSfy. ^ ^ Clark. Ham.pe ^ho is in the air '!6|c3" arrived 'home 'friton Texas arid is visiting his par- ertts^ Mr. arid Mi-s. Don HKtnpe, frdm hfefe he will go to 0 " forftia. Mr. and ^Irs. Arthur llvi stpri visited, Mr. aft'd' Mrs. L_.. Clatfc iri Britt Sunday aftern66n arid in the eve,tting, Mr.'-liihd Mrs. Ray Doughah of Britt visited at the Livingston home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankin, Ann Meyers, Esther Kouba, Lu* cille Johnson and Lydia Martin visited Mrs. -Betty Umsbee at- Ihe Rest home in Britt Sundayi Mrs. Steve Devine Sr. entered the Hancock County Memorial hospital at Britt Sunday. Mrs. Dale Johnson attended a 1:00 o'clock luncheon of the Farm Bureau at Burt Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Johnson of Farnhamville and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls were Sunday guests at'Ihe .Albert Johnson home. \ Bill McCullough was, a Sunday dinner guest at the Elwood Geary home. --The H.O.M.E. Club members and their husbands held' their annual Christmas party Sunday evening at St. Mary's Rectory. After a very delicious pot lunch supper, 500 was played. High scores were won by Mrs. Dudley, Johnson and Robert Mitchell. Low score by Elwood Geary end Mrs. Robert Mitchell! -'•; James Zwiefel accomanied Rev: Hawkins and Jerry Lewis of Algona to Eldora for a Baptist camp board meeting Monday. ' ;•• . •; ', •,; : • George Gray visited 5Yiday evening at the Myron Cram honie. : . Mr- and Mrs. John Oxley North Iowa Appliance Center John Levy Phone 295-3818 Algona Iowa » spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Gene Oxley at Cedar Falls. "Mr. Mid 'Mrs. bale ¥e%mafi arid family, Mf. aftd M& ! Ed Gourioy and family, Mf. and Mrs, MaMn Meyet and fanTily, Mf. and Mrs, Robert Kraft Arid family and Mr. arid Mrs. Russell and family visited Saturday night- at the Jim Tindall Jr. home. Armond Tabb of Minneapolis, Mann., spent Friday and: over- riigHt at tHe Wibrier Tabb home. He came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Rubert Petersort. A daughter was born Sunday December 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson. She weighed 6 Ibs. and 15 ozs. arid was named Tamara Lynn. Mrs. Anderson is the former Patty Nail. Anin Meyers, Esther Kouba, Lydia. Martin and Lucille Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankins. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen attended the funeral of her uncle Max Lau at the Lutheran church in LuVerne Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and family visited Friday evening at the home of her "parents* Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover at Burt. Sunday afternoon visitors at the James Zweifel home were Wilfqrd O'Neil, Ray Stolter and •Dar-reL Anway of Indianola. Mrs. Abbie Bush returned to her home Saturday from a 2 week visit with her grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark at Campbell, California. .Priscilla Scheffelman is a pa lient at the Hancock County Memorial 'hospital in Britt. Open House, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson's 40th wedding anniversary will be held Sunday, December 18, at the Methodist church in Cor-with. Theif children will host fcxopeft Siouse .from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Elmer Glase, Mr. and Mrs'.' George 'Chiehithei' and girts helped Mrs. Kathryn 'Haflsefl celebrate her birthday Friday fterrtoon. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram and Stella Waltman enjoyed Sunday dinner at the Carroll Cram home. Blood Donor New Market rural' letter carrier, Estel Combs was'presented with a certificate and pin at Veterans Day service there for having been donor of 5 gallons of brood in the Red Cross program. Irvington By Mat McLean Mrs. Florence ColWeil returned Monday after several days visiting the Lyle Pearces at Britt. The Pearces own a flower shop at Britt arid were having an open House Saturday arid Sunday. The Pearces brought Mrs. Oplwell home Monday. 'The Leo.Clarks, Britt, Mrs. Ray Fitch; Burt, land Mrs. Myrtle Sttitz, Livermore, we're guests Nov. 30 of Mrs. Fitch's daughter, the Robert Sellings, The Clarks plan to leave this week f of'Phoenix, Ariz., where they 1 1*1* spend the winters. They will r& tuWd to BfltTffl the sf*tag. Francis Fftehlich ittifrned on V. ^O/ itftetf feiflg hospitalised M St. AIM few tltfee weeks for tr«ttffieiit arid bl6od in* 4ohn fity* |«d d*t teti, Cedar; »«ftd*» tffe end gtiesti of Mrs. Marguerit *.«, Elmer Doles left Sunday for Rochester,-Minn., Where Mr. Dole will have his annual check- Up, they expected to be honie Wednesday. ' Attending a party at Jim Gatton's Saturday for the " daughter Amy's first were the Ervirt Gallons, Jim's parents, arid the i/wreuce Siemers and Vicky, parents arid sister of Mrs. Jim Gallon. : I -t | I , i Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY 1 ^rR6f9 fnt UKH i*S?Mrr ^SWB 'IflllMn MOTOR LODGE TAKF YOUP PICK J r«MOUS KUTAWMTS AND COCKTAa 10UMQES-MR. JOE'S ind IrtN OFTHE SLACK KNIGHT • 2 SNINMINQ >0<XJ - Indow HnKd Peol/Lirf* Outdoor Pool Md PHIo 230 LUXURIOUS QUEST ROOMS AND Alr-Cofldlliofto< •((•«• ft TV. 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