Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 26, 1966 · Page 6
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ft' (Itwa) ADVANCI MONDAY, DtC. 26, IfM Istmis five dtofie* gu«ate were Mrs. Sullivan's other daughter aftd family, Mf, afid Mrs. W, fe. Macbonald and Heather. The Mr. and Mtt, Andrew Cubit had as guests over the Christmas weekend Mrs. Cubit's { parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Reese of Oskaloosa. Dr. and Mrs, J. N. Kantflek, Tom and Ann, are visiting in West Des Moines for a few days ,alt the.home of Mrs. Stephen Kenefick. Mr. and Mrs. C lair Blossom are having as Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardal of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. K«ith Chritti* are being Visited by Mrs. Christie's mother, Mrs. Gladys Swanson of Shenandoah. .Marilyn Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, is .home for the holidays. She is a student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Dr. and Mrs. Doan Koeb have .as houseguests over.the holiday weekend Mrs. Koob's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Dave'DeCook of Sigourney, a sister, Mrs. Harold Showman' and daughter Linda, Murray, Ky., and a brother and his family, Dr. and Mrs. Larry DeCook of Newton. Kay and Dav« „ Ag«na arc .spending the Christmas vacation with their parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Agena. Dave is a student ivt the University of Arizona, at Tucson, and Kay attends the Col-' lege of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. 1 Kay speinit several days in Chicago enroute home visiting Dee Cutler, also a WOoster student. /Miss Cutler then accompanied Kay to Algona for a visit here of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayas entertained jtheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes of Mason City and Dr. and Mrs. M. G..Bourne ait Christmas dinner. Other guests were the senior Hayes' daughter Carole of Columbus, Ohio, and Dr. and Mrs. Bourne's son Bill, a medical student at Iowa,City. v < ; . Mr. and Mrs. Evarctt Anderson were visited for four days recently by their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Olson, Todd andj Mark; of Toledo; Ohio. The visitors also spent some time with 'Mr. Olson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley arc in Kansas City this week visiting Mrs. Seeley's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Neill Hihtz. The Seeleys left last week in order to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Hintz. Mr. and Mrs. Gtenn Graham spent Christmas with Mr. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham of Burt. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield and Jennifer spent the holiday weekend visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingfield, Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton, Wall Lake. Guests last wt«k Sunday at the Everett Anderson home were Mrs. Anderson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Devlin of Spencer, and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Becker, who is living 'in Heritage Home, at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peirce and their grandson Charles Harman spent a recent weekend in Waterloo visiting the Peirce daughter and, her family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan. While there, they attended a Boy Scout Court of 'Honor in which the Slaeri- dans' 31-year-old son David 1 be- 'Came 'an Eagle Scout. David's paternal grandparents are former Algonans Mr. and Mrs. James Sheridan, now of Waterloo. \ Ann Behannon, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Lloyd Bohaiwon,, is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents. She is a freshman at Christian College, Columbia, Mo. Other guests on Christmas day were Mrs. Bohannon's .sister iand brother, 'Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter and Herman Bonnstetter. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cogdall and sons are in Cresco, la., over the holiday weekend' visiting Mr. Cogdall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cogdall, Sr. Miss Sheila Sullivan, Minneapolis,; is spending the Christmas weekend at the home of her.mo- ther, Mrs. Wade Sullivan. Chr- family was entertained Sunday at the John B. Keliy home in Emmfetebufg. Dr< and Mr*. Kevin Nash and children were guests of Mrs. Nash's parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Joselyn of Fort Dodge on Christmas. Mr, and Mrs. A. P. Agena, Kay and Dave drove to Hartley, la., to celebrate Christmas with Mrs, Agena's aunt, Mrs. Marie lennatit. Mr. and Mr*. Phil Anderson, Greg, Michelle and Randy, Des Moines, spent the Christmas weekend with Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson. Another son of the senior Andersons, Tom, is also home. Mrs. Anderson's brother Dick Becker of Wichita, Kans, visited here this weekend and also spent some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker at Heritage Home, Bancroft Christmas guests at the Ken Peirce home included Mr. and Mrs. George Peirce and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan and -family, both" of Waterloo, land Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harmon and family, Algona,, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan and Miss Pat Wassenbarg of Minneapolis drove to .Omaha over the weekend to visit. Mr., and Mrs. Brian Linnan and Sherry Lee. On Christmas day, both Linnan families . and Miss Wasseniberg drove to Marysville, Kans., for dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Buss Pitsch. Mrs. Pitsch is Mrs. Linnan's niece. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison spent Christmas in Des Moines visiting her sons Tom and Ted and the latter's family. Mrs. Hutchison returned last week from California where she had baen visiting her daughter's: family, Mr and Mrs. John Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett have been visited over the holidays by their son Bill, a student at Morningside College, Sioux City, and by their daughter and son,-in-law, Mr. and ; Mrs. Jerry Sailer of Storm Lake. The Sellers also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Julius Seller. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley and their daughter, Miss Margaret Ann Beardsley of Chever ly, Md., spent Christmas day in Rock Rapids with Mrs: Beardsley's brother, Paul Collins. Miss Beardsley will be here until Jan Mrs. Robert Lucey returned Wednesday from a T week's stay in the East. She yisited her daughter, who is a novice in the Congregation de Notre Dame at ftidgefieid, Conn., Ifid then spent some time with her late msband's mother and brottier, Mrs. John D Lucey find Df Edward Luceft both of Stateli Island. N. V. > Mr, ind Mr*. iugcM Hii»eh< ins are being Visited over the holidays by their sons, David of Whitewater, Wis., and Richard, a pharmacy student at Drake. Mr, and Mrs. 0. B. Harmet and daughter Sandy went to St. Peier, Mitttt., to spend the Christmas weekend with Mrs. Harmes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Foss. Mrs. Joe Tsehetter drove to Iowa City last week where her son Glen joined her for a trip to Park Ridge, 111., for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Tsehetter. : Miss Helen Dingley spent Christmas in Des Moines With her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent. ; . , Robert Lucey, sen of Mrs. Robert Lucey, is home from the College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Mian., for the Christmas holidays. • '•."• , ''•,.. : .. ; - :' Jane Mitchell, Burt, wed to NorlinBoyd Burt — Jane, daughter of {he Donr.ld Mitchells, Burt, and Norlin M. Boyd, son of Mrs. Paul MitcMlt, Chicago; Mr. and MM. Arnold Clark and daughter* Rochell^. Jennifer and Colette, of Spcficef. ' ' ' After a short , wedding trip they will live in Iowa City. Mrs, Boyd is a junior and also assist- Atit to the dietician at University hospital and Mr. Boyd is a grad uate student majoring in psy chology. OFFICf RS INSTALL! 0 U. P. W. met' Dec. 21 at the Burt Presbyterian church. Devotions were by Mrs. Roland Chafee. Mrs. Hilda Gross received an honorary membership in the board of National Missions. A Christmas program', "At The Beginning," was given With narrators Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mrs. Axel Carlson were assisted by Mrs. Robert Angus, Mrs. George Becker, Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. Russell Patterson/ -Mrs. Ray Dremniel, Mrs. H. J. Lacy, Mrs, Hilda Gross, Mrs. Michael Long. Janet and Linda Becker sang, accompanied by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Hostesses were Patrieii Grow, Hurt, married last Saturday iurt — Patricia, daughter ol Mrs. Kate Groen arid the late Harm Groen, and Melvln, son of the Lloyd Langfitts, Grand June* tion, were married at 7:30 p.m Dec. 17, in a candlelight service at the Burt Methodist church Rev. M. C. DavieS .officiated at the double ring ceremony. Vicki DoWling, Gowrle, was soloist and organist was Joe Watts, of Grand Junction. Matron of honor was Mrs. David Smith, and bridesmaid was Joan Wichtendahl. Best man was Jack Gettman, brother-in-law, and groomsman was Virgil Gro- Boyd, lov^a City and Paul Boyd, Alma, Wis., were married at 5 p.m. Dec. 18, in a candlelight service at the Burt Methodist church. • ; ' '•' 'V.. • ."'-.^'A-,Rev. M. C. Davies officiated^ the double ring ceremony. Frah cas Ann McDonald, Sioux City ...vas soloist, accompanied by the organist, Helena Dodds. Maid of honor was the bride', twin s'itor Juditlh Mitchell-'and best man was t'ae groom's bro ther, Bruce Boyd. Flower Piri vvas Ronda Mitchell, the bride's niece. ,. Following the ceremony a buf fet dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Ojut of town guests were Mrs. Map an Boyd and Bruce Boyd, lopa City; Mrs. ;Richar,d Hansel i-and daughters Holly, Heidi and : Ka ra, of White Bear Lake, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Boyd and . .,- -,•• .•. .' i_'- ri -7_i -_-*7l!L"^' : Mrs. Magdalene Ortman, Mrs. James Fries, Mrs. Celia Scott, Rev. Bruce Calbreath conducted installation of . new officers: President; Mrs. Russell Patterson; sec.. Neoma Junkermeier; treas., Mrs. Robert Angus; 1st vice, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr.; membership, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley ; youth, Mrs. Beulah Dundas; 2nd vice. ; Mrs. .Delmar Angus; program, Mrs. Frank Becker; literature, Mrs. Harold Becker; stewardship and spiritual life; Mrs. Ray McWhorter; social education, Mrs. Ray McWhorter; 3rd vice, Mrs. Axel Carlson ; world service, Mrs. Axel Carlson and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath; mu sic, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr.; Christian education, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher; new member on nominating committee, Mrs. Roland Chafee. daughters Lori, Cindy and JtiHe, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. L. C, yfil- liams, grandmother, of the bride, Welcome, Minn.; Mn and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and Ronda, (i of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Kejith en, a nephew, were nephews, Candlelighters James Doege, David Devin and Brian Langfitt. Ushers were Art Groen and John Groen. The. bride was given away by her brother Richard Groen.,,,' ',,;;•' .;?;;;;''..• /' • There were 100 registered at the reception in the church basement. Mrs. Fraii Sleviri had the guest book. Mrs. Jack Gettman served punch and Mrs. Wilbur Doege poured coffee. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Gary Pringie,; MrsV Ray Devine. Serving cake were Mrs. Lee Dixon and Mrs. Keith Langfitt. Waitresses were nieces, Marlene, Christine and Cynthia Groen. Opening gifts were Sandy Burnham, Jeanette :Rickard, Gerda Knowles. Carrying gifts were Debbie Pringle. Terry Gettman, Margar- ef De^e^{'pK':iv : . •":.;/; ;:.:They aire living at 321 Nprth Wood worth St., Algona. Stntf out »h« prdiai el Ihti joyful itoson in voices loud and cltar* Hovt a Mtrry Chrltfma*. .JR. 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