Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 12, 1966 · Page 4
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lortli Kossuth igirlis iismed at Armstrong y Swea iSagle-^Alice Mae Picht, daught&r of the Raymond Armstrong, and Gordon .vo Your Wife A K I R B Y VACUUM CLEANER For Chriitrna^. Chrijlr^Of. L. skhal, son of the late tedwift Ledyard, Swea City and Arnv Skhals, Big Falls, Mlnfi. were mattied at the First Methodist -dutch al Armstrong, Nov. 26 jy ReV, Herman U. Smith. • Deaiina Pichit was maid of .KMor, and bridesmaid Was Mrs! Slwood Piohtj Colo. Best man was Herbert Carlson, Virginia, .vium. ana groomsman was Elwood Picht; Colo. Ushers were Wayne Picht, Waverly, and Dave Herbrand, Minneapolis. Mrs. Keith McKean and Nancy Nero, Minneapolis, furnished music. A , recaption lor 100 guests Was 'held in the church. Mrs, Herb Carlson had the guest book, and Mrs. Oren An- nonsen, Ringsted, served punch. In charge of gifts were Mrs, Dick Larsen, Geneva Wilcox, Betty Beck and Georgia Butterfield. Serving cake were Mrs. George tiuliteriield, Waterloo, and Mrs, Wayne Picht, Waverly. Serving coffee were Mrs, Otto Kelly and Helen Mimz. Waitresses were Jennifer Denger, Cathy Strong, Dorothy Kelly 4-ALOONA (!•*•) ADVANCI MONDAY, DtC. tt f 1fM strong. CALL 295-7198 295 3'&4 and Ella Beck; Helpiing in the kitchen were Mrs. Kenneth Beck and Mrs. Alden Wilcox. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. She is a graduate of Arnv strong high sbhbolj and completed a course at Mankato Business College arid'is now'employed at Electric Machinery and Manufacturing Co. in Minneapolis. He has completed his army service. He is a graduate of Virginia high school and is employed at Honeywell in Minneapolis. They will live at Apt. 8, 950 47th Ave. North East, Minneapolis, Minn. Guests came from Virginia, Minneapolis, Fairmont, , Graiitsbsrg, : Wis., Waverly, Waterloo, Colo, Bancroft, Lakota, will meet Dec. 13, at 2 p,m, *t Mrs, Martirt Tokheim With M». Alan Willie and Mrs. Tom Prfcfr ton assisting, Roll call will bs •A Christmas Tradition" and a Christmas program will be giv* in by Mrs. J. August Petefwn and Mrs. Floyd Treat. A cbllefr iiion will be taken for the re< carded school. Each is to bring jaked goods, candy, cobWes or jread, for an exchanged The Jim Smiths were Sunday quests at John Kristofferspns, Owatonna, Mirth., and called Hit Art Deecey'S. The R. S. Mathers, Ellen and Dick, and Mrs. i Cora Math* ,vere Thanksgiving guests at iVilliam Mathers, Jr. Eagle Homcmakers meet ,vith Mrs. Warren Brottes, Tuesday, December 13. There will be a $1 gift exchange for the ,vomen, and a 25c grab bag for the children, Refreshments will oe , coffee and cookies, anid members are asked to bring one homemade cookies. Swea-Eagle pair lion dinner at the Motel students toured the as well as the fice. Def in*; Register and Tribune of- Notle* Santa letters by snail fry at Lone Reek . in and do arty of 6(1 lawful busi- which eorpoAtUM mjV J* urtttet the lowo Bus!n«S -Cof- pbrotion Aet. ' ..... i. The Corporation has. authority to £ sue one WWUsond (1000) shores of n Its fcfliitofd office Is JlO E. Ook Street, Kossuth County/ Al- gond, lowb; ond the nome of its registered agent at such address is Donald ' The names' and addresses of the Incur* M » i<* 8 ond; A,. By: Virgil Spenefer i 665 Bell Court Algono,, Iowa • President , ', Published In the Algond Kdysuth COOrttV AdVcH"lifc> AiQofKif ItiWtt* D*r 12 and 19, )9«. yputlr married •'•-'•..'•••• - ' are a little EMOTiOX jfa lot of it if she's daring!) at Swea City Swta Eagle—Catherine Louise Fedderson, daughter of the Chris -Feddersons and Richard E. Johnson, son of the Wallace Johnsons were married Nov. 26 ait 8 p.m. Nov. 26, at the Meth' odist church at Swea City by Rev. Edward R. Maus. Mama Larsen was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Connie Lund, Hopkins, Minn, and Jane Johnson. The bride's personal attendant was Connie Pech. Rodney Richardson was best man and groomsmen were John Sen onfelder and Jack Johnson. Flower girls were Valorie Jones and Shirley Johnson. Ringbear- er was James Johnson, brother of the groom. Ushers were Lynn Fedderson and Dennis Fedderson, and Robert Brock and Ronald Johnson. Ottesen — Diane B. Wirtih, 2006 7th St. East Moline, 111, daughter of the Glenn J, Wirths, Prophetstown, 111., and Neil M. Wehrspann, 311, A. 4th Ave., Hampton, 111., son of the Raymond Wehrspanns, Ottosen, were marriedi ; Wov. 26.;', • < The? Rev. Bernard Tholl, St; Mary's Catholic church,;Molihe, 111., ^officiated at the'dpuble ring ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. John Betcher/ was mar iron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kay Jackson and Sherry Doub Jerry Wehrspann, Des Moihes brother' of the groom, was best man and Richard Zemanj Ottosen, was groomsman. Gary Waechter, . We&t Bend, and Merle Opheim, Iowa : ';City, were ushers. ''':/••••,'••'". T'^...:. : - - x " - The :reception was held .ait St Matachy's church hall at Gen eseo, 111. Mrs; Jdhn Douiblfeir, sister of the bride cut the cake, Mrs; Jerry Wehrspann served punch and Mrs. Ronald Wirth poured. Opening gifts were were Mrs. Ron Flood; Mrs. Rob- Bear Facts Lon* Rock—>Lone Rock has a mail box again. The new location of the, mail b6x for letters from the children is in the Lone Rock cafe, This announcement is made by Mrs. Ruby Dixon who is Santa's secretary and who takes charge of mailing all the letters from the small fry to the North Pole, Mrs. Dixon said Decembsr 20 is the last day the Santa mail box will be open, and if the children mail their letters before the 20th they will have an answer from Santa. Mrs. 'Dixon who has been, working for Santa as his Lone Rock secretary for the past 4 or 5 years is also a clerk at the Lone Rock post office. The Andrew Thompsons spent Dec. 4 at Walter Stuetoer's, Fairmont. By Susan Elbert and Rat Ann Kollasch Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff and l Mar- jorle Tobin had the music. A reception was held in the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. James Walters, Armstrong, registered the guests. Mrs. Michael Pierce registered the gifts, and helping were Lana and Linda Rankin, Sharon Fedderson, Karma; John-, 3on. 'Rodney' Johnson and Bruce Jones carried the gifts. Serving punch were Mrs. Michael Koons, Mrs. Eldean Maschoff and Mrs. Edwin Johnson. Mrs; A, J. Kraniermeier, poured . qoffee. Hostesses were Mrs. Monroe Rankin and Mrs. John Fedderson and waitresses were Mrs. Luann Fedderson, Colleen Elloitt, Judi Steif f , Pat ty McConneU, Bonnie Pech. Mrs, William Pech assisted with ert Papocoiu| ( ,and Mrs, Gene Clercq.. Waitresses were friends ' the stirring new fragrance by Helena Rubinstein flowers. They will , live in Fairmont of the bride. They took a week's trip to The Eau deParfum Mitt 3.50 The Dinting Powder 3.50 Also in Eau de Par/urn, Perfume Spray, Perfume Compact, Perfume and Bath Oil, Perfume and an exciting collection of gift acts* "Your Algon* RfitU Stert" She is at the offices of Attorney Arthur Edmund, and he is with Fairmont Furniture. 'Both are graduates of Swea City high school, and Mrs, Johnson attended Mankato Commercial College. COME FOR WEDDING Weekend guests vat Mr. and Mrs. Chris Federson's \vere the B. K. Williams, brother of Mrs. Fedderson, Washta, L. G. Deming, brother-in-law of Mrs, Fedderson, the Edward Gelelsons, Mr. Fcdderson's sister, Clinton, and their daughter, the Alvia flclntyres, Merlin and Darlene, Savana, ill., and Connie Lund, Hopkins, Minn. Other out oJ town guests were the Paul Steiffs, Judi, Lori and Dennis Forest City, Mrs, Etta Hagge and the , Reynold Stoltzes Blooming Prairie, Minn, am others from Huinboldt, Fort Dodge and Spencer. The Henry Feddersons, Dol liver, were Sunday guests a 1 Chris Feddersons." ' Thanksgiving guests tat Floyd Montgomerys were the Keitl Montgomerys, Spencer, E< Montgomerys, Dolliver, and A! Icn Montgomerys, and Mrs Bina Montgomery, Swea City. Last Sunday guests at Floyd Montgomery's were the Hoils, Dolliver, and the Roge |LinUells, Armstrong. southern states. The bride is a graduate of Geneseo high' school, and completed a ( course in, denital assis- lance^ M^rquet^e uniiversity,^ Milwaukee.' ' She w° r ks as a dental assistarat fbr'.R. A. Parson 1 D.D.S., Silvis, 111. '".;.:'/.". He graduated from Twin Rivers high school at Bode, attended the university at Ames He is a member of the Iowa Nation^ al Guard. He is employed Deere Administration Center at Moline. Attending the weddinig from this area were the. parents, the Raymond Wehrspanns, .and the Richard Zemans, Stephen Ev enson, Mrs. Merle Holt, Hum boldt, and the Abraham Habe gars, West Bend. Jim Halsrud, is receiving bais C .Air Force training at Amar Ho, Texas. He enlisted for fou. years. ' HELP WANTED — Driver sales. man. WE ARE EXPANDING. We have an alert aggressive sales force. These men work hard but enjoy a 5-day week, good pay with no layoffs, healthy outside work and good customer acceptance. We need (1) more. Do you qualify?—Married, over 25, no experience necessary. Darrell-Dillon Inc., Humboldt, v lowa. Phone 332-2726 after 3:00 p.m. for appointment.! 62w94-97 Christmas once again draws near, the air "is chilled and trees are frosted with snow, but the spirit is warm at GHS, as Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, prepar,- &s her choruses for the Christ- tas concsrt. So come out of. the old to GHS, Dec. 18 at 8 p.m. oi- a vvarm and spirited bhrist- mas concert. —GHS— Congratulations to the Bears >n their victories over Bancroft hd Spencer, and to their little brothers the Cubs on their vic- ory over Bancroft 69-32. Well Ipne, boys! —GHS— Sister Mary Deborah, PBVM, Sister Mary Valeria, PBVM, and C&mfera "Club "'rhfimbers "Dan; Kollasch, Bill Bray and Steve judwig visited the Seymour Photo Shop in Mason City, Nov. 25. Mr. Seymour gave tips on photo developing, printing and enlarging pictures. The club hopes to raise money to finance the. new enlarger at GHS. —GHS— Party time at GHS? No, it just looked that way last week, as the girls decorated the cafeteria and halls with brightly-colored posters, balloons and streamers for the Bears first home game, Dec. 2. —GHS— Garrigan students Jean Kay- Pi HI Poms with soft foam i •« * padded soles Soft and downy ... so completely feminine yet practical enough to pop into the wash machine and dryer. They're fashioned of Orion® acrylic in popular colors. Scuff or ballerina. S, M, L. $2 The Nicest Gifts Cost Less at S&L! ser and Jane Kolhaas attended Ihe Iowa Farmer's Union Cori- vcn'tion in Des Moines, Nov. 29. 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