Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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Married 60 years •-ALOONA (If*.) AOVAMCi THURSDAY, DlC, 72, 1M* Mr. and Mrs. William Ranch- ey had their 60th wedding anniversary Sunday! Dec. 18, at their home with friends calling to offer congratulations. Refreshments Were served by a group of r volunteer, friends. ' ' The Runcheys were married at the bride's home in Whittemore township Dec., ,19, 1906. They farmed in Riverdale township from then till retiring to Algona 'in 1943 and lived on South Minnesota till, last/fall when they moved to 203 S. Durant to a one floor home. Hosts for the reception^ were Runohey daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne .Smith; their son Lyle and his wife, West Bend; and the son Fernley and 'his wife; now of Iowa City. Besides their three chil- • dren, they have 11 grandchildren and all but three of them were present: Ann Smith Raughman, of Urbana, who is - conning with her husband for Christmas, and two grandsons who are in-the navy. Among those here from out- of-town were Mrs. Runchey's sister, Mrs. Earl Powell, Minneapolis; her' daughter' and husband, the Leister;'Hills, Mason City; the .Kenneth -McCoy family, Estherville; friends from Boone and, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts," Montevideo, Minn., and .Ellis .Runohey, St. Louis. Advance - Glenn's Photoengraving Modes of transportation change but our wish for you to have a joyous Christmas does not. To be married MR. AND MRS. M. T. McGuire, Bode, announce the approaching 'marriage of their daughter, Florence Ruth, to James M. Doyle, son of the late Mr. and Mrs.--Raymond Doyle, Bancroft. The wedding will take place on Jan. 14 at St. Joseph Catholic church at St. Joe. FREDERICK VeS HARDWARE Algona, (owe SILVER ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruns celebrated their Silver Wedding anniversary Sunday from 2 tin 5 o'clock at their home at 201 South Heckert street. Relatives in attendance were the mother, Mrs. Anna. Bruns. of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs, Lake Polton, parents of Mrs. Bruns, their children, Mr. and Mrs. Leiand Pearson, of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bruns, pf Mason City and Melyin at home. Other relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Bruns, of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Mervtui Penning, of Kester, Minn., Mr, and Mrs: Keith Polton, of Elmore, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Roth and daughters of Woden, and Roger Bruns, of Thompson. Friends came from Webster City, Clear Lake and Burt. About seventy guests were in attendance. Mrs; Marvin Penning who poured,was Mrs Bruns attendant., twenty-five years ago at the wedding .which took place Christmas morning at Estherville. MARRIED 40 YEARS ,-;' On Sunday afternoon, Decem ber 18, the three children of Mr i and' Mrs. •Anton Sorensen held an -open-house at the Presbyterian church / ; for 'the couple's 40th wedding anniversary. The children are: Louise, Mrs. Curtis Johnson, Glendora, Calif.; Stanley Sorensen, Algona; and Sliir- ley, Mrs. Duane Burnett, -Rudd. 1 They • were married; on Christmas Eve, 1926: "• - ; About -200 guests called dur- ng the afternoon to r offer' con- jratulations. Mrs: Edith Hansen, ludd, cut the cake. Pouring of )unon and Coffee wais shared by daughters, daughter-in-law, and a niece, Sally Smith, of Rudd. The son and sons-in-law were losts. Refreshments were prepared and served by Mrs. Sorinsen's Circle group. Following Jhe reception, friends arid rela- Jives gathered at) the Stanley Sorensen home for the evening. M-D CLUB; PARTY , The Union Township Mothers' and Daughters club met with Maiirine Hovey ,Dec. 15 for the annual Christmas party. There were 17 members. Guests were Virs, Kenneth Sarchet, Mrs. John Hovey 4 and Mrs, Wayne Meyfer and two daughters, Pamela Sue and Kelli. A Christmas song was sung by Pamela Sue Meyer, granddaughter of the hostess. The club voted to send $15,to the Iowa Childrens Home in ties Moines for gifts for Christmas. Roll call was answered with a Christmas verse. The program was An Old Fashioned Christmas; including old time recitations and Christmas songs. Each received a remembrance from Santa Glaus. There was, an ex change o! gifts. Hie R«rt meeting is Jan, 12 at Audfa Hcefdt's. January is the month this club goes to the County Home for a party lor the residents. Cards were sent tb four members who are shut-ins or nearly shut-ins. SOCIETY MEETS ; The business meeting of the Delphian society was held at Mrs. Al Agena's aftef which the women went to the Good Samaritan Home 2 where they had a tea for the residents and a song was dedicated to, Mrs. Mabel Paxson, a resident there and charter member of the society. Vocal numbers were given by Corrine Schimmel, an elementary teacher in' the Algona school system. LADIES NIGHT Monday , night,, December 19 was Ladies night, the women, being entertained at dinner at the Johnson' House'at 6:30 p.m. The previous meeting .was held at fulfil iueiH of tS* cataJiibcr of Commerce. . GUILD HAIrWLUCk The Wttteyf ft Service Guild of the Methodist church Met Mofldty, December 16 for ft 6:30 pot-luck dinner at the church. Hie program was Christmas songs and Poetry. Hostesses were the officers. Mrs. Clem McEvoy entertain* ed her card dub last week Tuesday. There was all exchange of Christmas gifts. Mrs. L. A. Winkel was hostess to her bridge dub Wednesday. WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S CAftD OF THANKS — We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for gilts and cards Bind to all who helped make our 60th'anniversary such A , memorable occasion. Your thoughtfulness will never be for gotten. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Run- SAL ohey. 100' EG1N WITfrl Stuff her stocking r with our imaginative hosiery gifts/-Beautiful, striking colors make for fashion- . \ j wise gifting. 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