Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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Rev, Kuypers send family newsletter annual Christmas letter from the Rev. Gilbert Kuypers, St. James, Minn., arrived last week. The daughter Helen was married to Gary Alexander, at Knox Presbyter' iatt church, St. Paul. They have a daughter, Trida lV6ttej born Oct.. 6, Helen and Gary are both juniors at Wisconsin State'vittiveirsify, River Falls» and are both on, the staff o'f the Campus Weekly newspaper. He is business and (irou- lation manager, and she is editor in chief, which rates het- a listing in Who's \VJhd of College Students in America. The son John, is ^married ta Evonne Miller ait Baker, Minn. He ij| finishing,,'his last quarter You need r iron this shirt! at Hie university, 'of Minnesota, 4^AL06NA (ItwtV A^ANCt ™^ and .has been working tfeirtpor- 3 ' ' • " < ' d * - / Endura Press 5 The dress shirt that makes all others o]d fashioned! These perfectly tailored shirts- stay neat and white! Seams won't puclcer even after numerous* washings. A perfect blend of Dacron polyester and combed cotton. Spread orsnap tab;collar. Sizes 14% to 17, sleeves 32 to 35. \ The Nicest Gifts Cost Less at S&L With computers for the city of Minneapolis, but is took* ini& into the navy< Ren a is still ait home, and is a, junior at the St. James high school* During the year the Kuypers had their 25th wedding anniversary, and the Couples club off the Sfc. James Presbyterian church, o£ which; he is. pastor, chari varied them and presented them with a, silver casserole, The Kuypers lived in Algona for a number of years while he serv« od the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian churches, Youth Fellowship had an annual < Christmas party at the Roney home last week ThurS' day. After games, a film strip was shown' and gifts exchanged. 'U.P.W. and Mission Study group met at the Irvington church last week Thursday. After the business meeting and program, there 'was a* gift exchange. The Carl Swansons, LuVerne, left last we'ek Tuesday to attend a co-op convention at Kansas City. The Harold Sabins and Peggy, were visitors in Des Moines Sunday. The Fun and Do Club hadi the' husbands at an annual' Christmas party Dec. 7 at the Imperial Cafe at' Bode. Guests were Mrs. John Altman, Jr. and Oscar Froehlich. At 500 high prizes were 1 to Woodrow Johnr Son and Eulalia Altman, low to George Viitzthum and Delores Kramer, and travel to Albert Kramer. Secret Sisters were revealed 1 and gifts exchanged. The next meeting will be Jan. 26 at Dorothy Plathe's. A birthday party for Mrs. Lauttjence Miller was Thursday at Mrs. Harold Sabins. Guests were Margaret Kent, Lois Larson, Priscilla Peck and Carmale, Jan Waldera and Bobby, and Louise Patterson. Francis Froehlich entered 1 St. Ann hospital Dec. 7. He had been in St. Ann and had been home about a week, when he became ill and had to re-enter. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson for Viet Nam Dec. 12 Shown is Capt. Victor A. ly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenn;etlv Seely of- Algona, who • left- for Viet Nflm'M6nday of this wefek (| on the U.S.S^Upshortjffdm San' 1 ! Francisco. , _ > , t '' He is the Battalion Supply .Officer for the 9th Med.'Bn. There are 15,000 men frorfl Fort J Hiley, camp going to Viet Nam' as 1 the 9th Division. Five "thousand 1 of the men-have already left and another 5,000 besides the 'group Monday, will leave later in December, ' - ' * ' 1 * , \ I ' Capt. Seely entered the Service in 1962 as a/2nd Lieutenant' after graduation from Iowa State University and plans, to, make ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ the Army a career, He has spent ^^^^^^^^^^^^ m one year, in Korea.'. , CAPT. VICTOR A. SEELY The Orren Olsons spent era! days last week in Des. Moines at meetings as a new member of the State Co^op REG board. The John Ericksons, Sherri and John., Carroll, were Sunday guests at Thor Selvigs. They came for 'the funeral of Lowell; CockriM in-Livermore Sunday. , CHORAL MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. Martin Huber and daughters, Debra and Sara, Wm. F. Dau, and Mrs. Jim Chalstrom are the Algona members of the North Iowa, Choral Society which has been presenting Handel's "Messiah" in Britt, Forest City, and next Sunday afternoon in Mason City, The chorus contains over 100 members from 25 north Iowa communities. Mr. ,Huber is a member' of the Board of Directors. 87, Swea City, dies Thursday \ ' '* ' i ' Funeral services for Jacob Kockler of Swea City were held Monday at* St. Mary's^ Catholic church in Armstrong- with burial in St. > John's cemetery at Bancroft. Garry funeral home of Bancroft was in chargt. Pallbearers were Larry'Kock- ler, Melvin vKrumnv Walter Kockler, George Kockler;'Lawrence Kockler and Maurice Kollasch. Mr. Kockler died Thursday, Dec. 8 in the Turner rest home at'Armstrong, at the age of 87 years. • He had been in, poor health for three 'years.,, \ Jacob Kockler was bonvFeib. 2, 1879, the son of/Petpr-Kockiei; and Anna Koengsfeld{ m r Bupi rich, Germany. Ttoe; family, immigrated to the\Unfted;:aaito5 when MT. Kocklar was 'three years old. They lived,'afcMarble Rock, Iowa,'where hr '—----•-> * *•" < oated,. mpvihg.to, Bancroft in,i8- 99, Th0jr farmed in' the Bancroft and Swea 'City 'areas.'. He' married Mary Kollasch at Armstrong on May 6," 1908. Af' ter' marriage Mr. was Kockler Tuscola Structtpn' Cdmpany until 1913, Wjhen 'the couple, started, farming in ( the Swea City 'area. They retired tfo SweVCity in 1950. His wife, Mary, survives, with three sons: Henry Kockler of Mason City; Sylvester and Richard of Swea City. Mrs. Margaret Karsten of, Swea City is a surviving sister. ' There are four •grandchildren. 4-H News CRESCO BOYS ' Cresco Boys met at 8 p.m. on Nov. 21 at the Extension office. I'tew officers- are: -Pres.'/ Larry Rochleau; vice, Stephen Rocih- leau; sec., Chuck Frideres; treas, is Jerry Simpson; historian, Kevin Roethler; reporter,, Jim-,Per; gande; photographer,'Dean Teeter. Eldon/Shaw. is, new leader and assistant is Doug Jergenson. A<new inember'is Tom Kinseth 'Reporter is Larry Rochleau. Ottosen pair married in East Nov. 25 , Ottd«tn,~ Kathie Louise <Nis* son and A/1C Knut Eugene Op- pedahil, were married Nov, 25 to St. Paul's Lutheran church, .Wilmington,. Dela. The Rev. Dr. J. Frank Davisi officiatedi She.is the daughter, of Mr. and .Mrs. Lorenz.Eugene Ni»bn. He is the, son .of the. Knut ,T, Op- pedahls, Humboldt, formerly'Of Ottosen. Music was provided by Mrs. James. Harris < with Lloyd Hudson, soloist., , .. | 1 Linda Faye Marshburn, vfas maid of honor. James M. Oppe- daihl was. best man- for his brother. Ushers were Roger A. Gppedaihl artd Larry Wayne Nissen. A reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. The , bride was graduated from. New* Hanover high school and is f attending Wilmington Nursing school. He was', graduated 'from Twin Rivers high school at B6de, ; 'and is with' the air force 444 Fighter Interceptor Squadron .Detachment, 1. The Knut •Oppehdahls, James and Roger, flew to Wilmington Lo attend the wedding. Kathie Nissen was the fourth generation of daughters to be married in St. Paul's Church. • During the Civil War the Con federate soldiers had used the church to shelter their horses. Pews and fixtures were removed and burned. The soldiers had stayed in another church, a block away. at 7 ff.nl. MM, . „ ttftt, Leo Tofteberg and Mrs. Ivan EveHSort, are, oh ,the program committee, astistedi by the othec Sunday school teachers. PRlSlYTf RIAN MOCHA* The ?Urvday te&di'j ' ch ram rti is December 2l" at 8 p.m. ft' will be a candle light service with recitations and 1 songs. ( , ; Members of the/ Humbbldt Historical .Society, from this area •'- ih dhafge of selling ^'^ . .,* *•*• , i 1 AJ A 1 k*"" ues at the anhuif bazaar', at Humboldt* Tuesday. Working at the booth> were Naomi StruUi- ers> Msfs, Wr Gv Cooper, Mrs. fes- rie Codper; Mrs, Roy Telf6rd, Mrs, Annie Leistj Mm Donald Usher and Mrs. Ralph 'Richards. Viola The office of the K,& H"Oii f ormer tiofi, Half ofrthe.neW btfljding U8«t aMa, wWeh&use, is nianager, tiara Erdman, bookkeeper, Marvin office- assistant, Paul Grihd$ifett ger, Al Lickteig is tank man, out of Wesley* The, service station is continuing to operate in the same place. Franklin Bode is manager, and David Frost is assistant., The Legion is sponsoring a feather party Saturday in* their hall, ' ' The Bill Goetzes attended a Greene County Legion meeting in Grand Junction recently. Bill is- 8th District Commander. A Cub Scout, pack meeting was held-Wednesday in the Legion hall. WITH a low cost WANT AD SANTA CLAUS DAY Santa Claus will be in Ottosen Saturday at 2:30 at the Commercial club building. It is sponsored by the Legion and the Commercial club. Others , Who will help to furnish the free- gifts are the various businesses in town, the Ladies Rural club' and*~the Legion Auxiliary. Tthe Auxiliary will also have a bake sale land serve lunch. LUTHERAN PROGRAM . The, Lutheran Sunday school SHARP S JEWELRY ' Algona,' Iowa fj* •'" IP' m BEPUCEB! This Weekend Only! i j i •j i >t 4 HOW WE'VE CHANGED! < t v We'i"e sure you've noticed/ all the new improvements .'. . new • . ^ , ceiling, fresh paint and wallpaper ... but if you haven't stopped In for a while, here's your chance to look things over! Incidentally, > , the GOOD food hasn't changed. . >, Famous CHATHAMi i-'Ejiyrey; Bl^nket^ R' •••" ' '•• ' ••" t '. t '^"j;'Vf.-;-vi-;^;:-;': K "v::»«;a»vw«' • REG, 1O.95 A lofty, winterweight blanket gift boxed and, ready to warm the lucky receiver! 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