Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1965
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2—ALGONA (lows) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 7, IMS GUESTS POR WEDDING Mr and Mrs Wendell Foastnr, assisted by Mrs Gall Haase, entertained at dinner following the wrddins rehearsal Dec. 28 for their daughter Kathv who was married Dec. 29 to Bill Sigsbee. Other guests in addition to the wedding nartv were Rev. Walter Mora. Mrs Richard Mawdfley and Mr and Mrs Joe Pomolun. House guests who came for the wedding were Mr and Mrs Sheldon Meaner and four children, of Minneapolis: Mrs Tnga McCreary, Mrs Olc Knutsort, of Bradsate: nnd Mr arid Mrs Ferris Malcolm, of Gilmore City. Services for ex-Algpnan are >.»*&. Funeral services were held DINNER HONORS VISITORS Mr and Mrs David Schneider entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr nnd Mrs George Simon, Bill. Dave, Bob and Larry, of .Toliet. 111. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, Mr and Mrs Phil Schneider and Gary, Mr and Mrs Charles Hartwie and Randy, of Kanawha. Afternoon guests were Adrian and Vernon Casler. Mr and Mrs August Schmidt and Mrs Earle Armstrong, of Livermoro, and Fred Schneider, of Bancroft. SURPRISE HOUSEWARMING After the City Council adjourned last Wednesday night, the council members, their wives, with the Russel Buchanans and Al Boecklemans had a surprise housewarmirig on Mayor and Mrs. Finn. The group served lunch and presented the Finns with a gift. Council members and their wives who attended were the Sheridan Cooks, Joe Elberts. Ken Pierces, Stan Muc- keys, Jim Andreasens, and Dave Smiths. The Everett Balduses were unable to attend. AT CONVENTION ., Mr and Mrs.Paul McBride and Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Methodist church for Martha Caroline Applegate, 57, who died at Ames January 2. She was born October 8. 1907 in Algona, daughter of Eleanor Fraser and Elmer Potter. She graduated from Algona high school in 1928 and was a rural school teacher near CorwUh un-, til her marriage to Victor Ap- plegale at Storm Lake January 10. 1931. They lived in the Burt, Bancroft, Aleona and Corwith areas until 1952 when they moved to Ames. She worked for food service at the Memorial Union at Ames for about nine years. She had been in poor health the last year and underwent surgery several times, the last time on Wednesday from which she did not recover. Services were held at Ames Tuesday afternoon. Besides her husband and mother, Mrs Nell Potter, she is survived by four children: Doris, Mrs Lawrence Miller. Bode: Robert, Atlantic: Meridith, Mrs Darryl Swartz, Evansdale; Eleanore, Mrs Wayne Byerlv, Fallen, Neb. Eight grandchildren also survive. Her father died in 1957; a brother and sister died at birth and a brother, Robert, died when he was nine years old. Mrs Applegate was a member of WSCS, Cresco Mothers and Daughters club, Kossuth conn ty chorus, Thursday club at Cor- Paul Bell attended the first Iowa Beverage, convention at Sioux City Sunday and ^Monday at the Sheridan-Warrior'hqtel. Prior to this year they had been associ- .ated with the Iowa Restaurant Assn. Speaker was Gene Needles, director of the enforcement of the Iowa Liquor Control Act. The new attorney general, former liquor commissioner, was also a speaker. PARTY HELD Roger Wildin, son of Mr and ~ Mrs George Wildin, entertained a group of classmates at a New Year's Pizza party. Records were played on Roger's Christmas gift, a stereo-phonograph, for the evening's entertainment. INFANT BAPTIZED Baptismal rites were held last week Sunday at St. Cecelia Catholic church for Raymond Eugene, infant son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Eugene Donveiler Sr. MARRIAGE BANNS READ First marriage banns were read last week Sunday for Michael Cink and Marilynne Phyllis Hobscheidt at St. Cecelia Catholic church. ATTEND P. I. E. PARTY Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer attended the P. I. E. company Christmas party at Minneapolis. While there they were guests of Mr and Mrs Don Yeats. DONATION TO CHURCH St. Cecelia Catholic church has been given $5373.73 by the late Father Rosman. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs Albert Granzow was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday evening. JayCeei plan awards banquet Jan* 23 The annual Algona JayCee awards banquet will be held Saturday night, Jan. 23 at the VFW hall. A number of awards will be made including the Distinguished Service Award and the Boss of the Year award. The JayCees finished a progressive year in Algona and their projects included the Retarded Children's painting project, City Park Improvement, Sandbox fill, Youth Sports Pro gram and the Christmas party for children, plus the free Christmas Tree pickup for the Girl.SeouJ*,. .. The Oscar Hammonds were Sunday evening visitors at the Robert Richter home. 4,000 POUND with and the Portland Progres sive club. Rev N. Coughcnour officiated at the service in the Methodist church. Music was by Ron Hut chings, Farmington, and Mrs Vaughn Rising. Pallbearers were Earl Chambers, Wayne Smith Joe Miller, Albert Fish, Nelson Wagaman and Frank Flores. Bu rial was in the Corwith ceme tery. McCullough's was in charge. Council for Bode church is installed Bode — The 1965 church council of St. Olaf's Lutheran church was installed by Pastor Kraabel at the Sunday services. Holding over are Harlan Berge, Art Jenson, Archie Johnson, Maurice Larson, Orren Olson and Levi Sween; Leslie Carlson, Larry Monson, Seval Holden, Garry Kraft, Marlyn Pflibsen and Orville Olson. Elected this year are Carl Hanson, James Jacobson, Arlis Kinseth, Leo Kinseth, Grant Olson and Garmen Pflibsen. The Jim Smiths, Chicago, were New Years visitors at the parental Ernest Berge's. The Sam Thorslands had a turkey dinner New Years with guests their son Sammy Jr, and Thelma, Fayette, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mrs. Bertha Jacobson and Arla.n, Ottosen, Mrs. MolUe Berge and Mrs. Etta Underberg. The Arne Sorliens and Robert Hansons, Eau Claire, Wis., were holiday guests at Dr. P. W. Qually's. TWO ACCIDENTS Two minor accidents took place Dec. 30. Wednesday afternoon Andrew Funk, Rodman, drove his car out of the parking lot on Call street from the north | exit, and the car and bicycle i riden by Jim Simpson collided Jon the sidewalk on Thorington I street. Jim had a bruised leg. ;No charges were filed. About '. 8 o'clock the same evening Ed- I ward L. Carman, Burt, had a- I bout $40 damage done to the ; left headlight and bumper of • his car which was parked on i Jones street, when Mike H. Still- jman. 16, backed up to drive in- I to a driveway and backed into it. No charges were filed. JUNIOR HIGH SPLITS JAT EMMETSBURG i The Algona seventh grade bas; ketball team won an overtime i 19-17 victory at Emmetsburg on i Monday but. the -eighth grader?.' lost an exciting 29-28 game on j a basket in the final two sec- ! onds. 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