Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Help "ft » for mothers who are not married Alqona K<muth County THURSDAY, DEC. W, 19M - ALOONA, IOWA 'Young, unmarried mothers in this part of Iowa apparently are making their plans without knowing about several kinds of special help which is available to them. Tliis conclusion is,, drawn from a progress report on the first 18 months of a special research project which has attempted to learn the best hometown answers tb the problems of teen-age unwed mothers. The project is handled by the Iowa Children's Home Society which has a branch office in Ft Dodge (Family and Children's Services) but all funds come from a special grant from the U. S. Children's Bureau and the State Department of Public In struction. 'Girls in the projec range in age from 13 to 18, and are technically children. They may live anywhere within ai hour's driving distance from Ft Dodge. Schooling and medical care are made available'in the Fort Dodge community, so a teen-age expectant mother 'may remain at home if she wishes while awaiting the baby. A special school was arranged; girls may use their family doctors and any hospital they choose. Of 36 girls who have^consid- cred taking part in the project, 12 were married before the baby was born. Seven of them nevertheless continued their education in the special school or asked for counselling by. project caseworkers. Seventeen unmarried girls used the facilities of the project. Biggest problem iis that unmarried .girls apparently ; are making their decisions about going away or getting married without realizing that the pro ject exists and they have another choice. Any unmarried expectant mother within an hour's driving distance of Fort Dodge is eligi- member churches of th.e „ cr*n Church-Missouri SyfUM'jM he Algona Circuit was heW t* LuVerne With an opening Comr munion ssrvice conducted \by' host pastor, A. T. Mueller, Rev. Arnold Vehling of Letts r gave a paper on Zech Chapter 11. A business sesftli was held after the noon .Ittniu Attending the all day confer' ence were the District Presi dent, Dr. Ellis Nieting of Foil Dodge, Circuit Counselor ReV and Mrs. W. C. Ostermeier Of West Bend, Rev, C. Bliss, Cylif der, Rev. and Mrs. M, Mai quardt, Rev. and Mrs. L. 0 Leonard of Garner, Rev. anti Mrs. Rex Spicer of Fen ton, Rev and Mrs. W. Stock of Livermofe Rev. and Mrs. W. Wolfram, Yen tura ,and Rev. Paul Sohn ant Rev. and Mrs. W. Friedrich ^ Algona. { SCON! awards matt • * to Troop 70 »i . Boy Scout troop 70 court, of honor recently. Awards presented by Dave Evans, scout executive, were: Tenderfoot'j|) Steve' Schneider) second class to Tim Rooney,,-first class to Mikfe Dailey, Star scout to Tom Laing, Life scout to David Beisell. Mel- it badges were giyeh to Eugene / _ Bride of Knut Oppedahl KATHIE LOUISE NISSEN, shown above, became the bride of A/1C Knut E. Oppedahl on Nov. 25 at St. Paul's Lutheran".•church.'/in Wilmington, Del. She is the daughter of Mr. land Mrs^JLoren7 ! NJssea and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Knut T. Oppedahl .'of Hun.boldt amd formerly of Ot^osen. A wedr •'•ding story appeared in the Dec-. 15 issue .of the Advance. Mr. and Mr». H. F. Frls»*d* ipent Christmas in Iowa City visiting their daughter and son- Maw, Dr. and Mrs. James Me- Cleran and Steven. Met. Fred Wtgener had as guests for Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Burt; Miss Julie Thompson, Shakopee, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz, Wayne and Susan, Mrs. Gordon Wegener and family and Mrs. Clara Rath, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener and family, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hannover, Whitte more. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst drove to Brainerd, Minn., where they spent Christmas. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Love vis ited Mr. Love's brother and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Love of Ames, a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee aeeompan ied her daughter, Mrs. Ear Beardsley. and family to Lin coin, Neb., for the Christma holidays. Mrs. Beardsley had been in Algona to attend th Sigsbee-Rasmussen wedding. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle Mrs. William Senne. Mr. and Mrs. John Lovt w*r« n Northwood, la,, for the Christ mas weekend with Mrs. Love's >rother arid his wife, Mr. and ATS. E. 0. Bottdlfson. They also risited Mrs. Love's mother, Mrs Emma Bottolfsori, who is in ursing home in Mason City. WINS SAVINGS BOND Delor'es Riedel, Algona, wa he winner of a $25 sayings bond given by the Iowa Stat Bank in a drawing held Friday Dec. 23. Hunt, ' Craig Lemkee, Duanfc Hunt, Scott Voyles, Tom Laing, David Beisell. Dr. Joseph Rodney is a new assistant scoutnuW- ter. Richard Beisell is scoutmaster; Guy Giddings, also as : sistant; Dr. Dean Koob, repre sentative of the Rtoary club; Rev. Milo Dailey, chaplain; and committeemen are Clarence. Hunt, Russ Buchanan and Paul Lemkee. Two Christmas trees tell story at church necus an ink. pad! Fast. Easy. Efficient. Can be custom ordeied to meet any size, shape or message requirement. PERMA-STAMP will reproduce colors, fine lines, small type faces, logotypes — even photos — in true, accurate detail. ADVANCE The custom of two Christmas trees at Trinity was used to tell a story this year in the decoration used by the young peo- ' ples ;„' -Wajthjer* ,Lgague ; . 4 prganiza.-. lion Which "assembled the trees. This story was given in the first Children's service by the children in the 3rd to 8th grade, on Friday evening. The nursery to 3rd grade children's service on Christmas Eve completed the story with a program on -gifts to Jesus. One tree at Trinity was bound only with red ribbon and draped at the bottom in red with no lights to symbolize the bondage of the dark night of £in. The second tree was a symbol of salvation in its decoration LOCALS of white lights, ribbon roses and the white and gold Christmas symbols which were made by the Walther League group. The contrast .of • the \,wo trees: was especially sttfloiig in lift 11:00 candlelight service on Christmas Eve. The Walther League and the Fellowship Club of Trinity spent Sunday evening carroling at a number of homes of shut-ins as well as at the Good Samaritan Home and the County Home. The first regular meeting of 1967 for the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid will be Thursday, Jan. 5 at 2:00 p.m. with the Evening Circle meeting at 8:15. A -Pastor's Conference of all The Robert Metiger family, Belvidere, 111., arriver by train, Thursday to attend the funeral of his 'grandmother, Mrs. Clara Bollig, Bancroft. They stayed for the Christmas 'holidays and attended the Bollig party at the Legion Hall in Bancroft. They also spent several days visiting Mrs. Metzger's mother, i Ethel Johnson,. Algona. T itlit Wedhesdayr , Mrs. Cal Callesen (Shirley Metzger) arrived by plane las week, to attend the funeral o her grandmother, Mrs. Clara had as guests over the Christma holidays Mrs. Clapsaddle's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Caca vas of Aberdeen, S. D., and Tucson, Ariz., and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Rhinehart and children of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas vill leave next Wednesday for n extended'visit in Corpus Chr- stie, Tex., where they have an partment for several month* The Kohlhaas son and his farri- ly, Dr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, ive in Corpus Christie. Enroute Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas will visit ,heir granddaughter, Janice Kohlhaas, in Dallas where she is a student at Southern Methodist University. Mr. and Mrs. William Navoi- chick are being visited by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr arid Mrs. Leonard Funk and Jeffrey of LaCrosse, Wis. The Funks are also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk. ;feDr^and v Mrs^ R. K. Richardson spent Christmas week in Brain-" erd, Minn., visiting Mrs. Richardson's^ sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fezler. Mrs. Mel Griffin and her dau Rollig, Bancroft. Saturday the Clarence Metzgers, Sr. and sons Robert .and Clarence, Jr., .took her to 'Dos Moines, where "she flew back home to her home in San Jose, Calif. Another daugh tcr, Connie, also San Jose, wa unable to come at this time, and was caring for Mrs. Callesen' two small sons, Kirk and Kevin ghter, Miss Kathleen Griffin, were in Salem, S. D., for Christmas with Mrs. Griffin's sisters, Miss Agnes Reddin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hallas and Mr. and Mrs. Kin Barnhart. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker, Carol and Kim spent the holi day weekend in Kenosha, Wis., visiting Mrs. Slohiker's mother, MONDXVJAN.2 7:30 P. M. - ChaiinclB CO-SPONSORED BY 1 *" f Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. . - .,-.-.- i OaW t _ * "• i , ,, -V y All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Saye From The 15th — Earn From The 1st - SINCE 1917 —-ALGONA; IOWA '-" ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES ^ All Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. v EAKLEYS NOW IN PROGRESS 3 MORE DAYS - Ends Saturday COO Drastic Savings on all Famous Fall & Winter Apparol

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