Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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rid Kimuth County THUMDAV, MN, M, IM> - ALOONA, IOWA Wesley pair celebrate 40th anniversary Weiley — Mr. Raymond Hansen and Mrs celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Jan. 24, with an open house in the Methodist church parlors from 2 to 5 p.m. There were 160 guests registered from Klemme, Forest City, Corwith Britt, Garner, Des Moines, Swca City, Bancroft, Jewell, Lake Park, Leland, Titonka, Cedar Falls, Clear Lake and Wesley. Mrs. John Paulson gave an anniversary history. Beverly Ostercamp and Marilyn Weiland sang a duet. Mrs. u L. Lease gave a reading and Rev. H. U. &mith gave tne prayer. The Theron Hansens and John Paul- sons and Mrs. Alice Hill were hosts and Circle 2 of the Methodist women served lunch assisted by members of the Neighborhood Birthday Club. The room and tea table were beautitully ruby and white Mrs. Met man Thllges and theif son Glenn Thilges of Mgona Were sponsors. The two families were Sunday dinner guests of the infant's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary RockWdOd. iAftY BAPTISED \ The son born to the John Voungwirtns Jan. 3 was baptized Jan. 24 in St. Joseph's Catholic cnurch by ft'aUier Phillips and was named Joseph Joiui. His uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kricps were sponsors.. C.D.A. MEETS C.D.A. held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Jan, 26. Tney will nave a hiis bands r and guest Valentine party Sunday evening Feb. 14. Mary Jane Bluml of Minneapolis, Minn, spent the wecKend here with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bluml, at St. Joseph's rectory. Prairie Neighbor women entertained their nusbands at a^ &UO MR AND MRS Gcorgc IIach VIA frtt< r n4 4 L*n i nt« i t nirt- f\t rt nr\w\f\ *•-* ary will meet Wednesday eve- fetary of the North Central fowa' Shorthorn Breeders Association at the annual meeting in Mason Engaged Married at St. Cecelia's • * i MURIEL ZITTRITSCtf, daughter of Mrs. Eugene Zittritsch and the late Eugene Zittritsch, and Wendell Rockwell, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rockwell, Thompson, were married Jan. ,16 at St Cecelia's Catholic church with FT. McAlpin officiating. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Sally Scobba, Des Moines. Bridesmaid was ,Pat Reilly. Best man was Gary Anderson, Thompson; groomsman was Mike Navoichick. Ushers were Tom Zittritsch, .brother: of-the bride, and Cliff Hill, Thompson, brother-in-law of the groom. A reception for 125 guests was" held at the Johnson House. : Peggy Zittritsch, sister of the bride, had the guest book, while gifts were opened by Beverly and Bonnie Zittritsch, sisters-in- law of the bride. Diane Kiley,:LuVerne, and Linda Sharp served punch. Mrs. Judd St. John cut the cake. Out" of town guests w£re from: Thompson, Bode, Lu- Verne, Spencer, 'Wesley; Mason City, Lake Mills, Des Moines Cylinder; Chillocothe, Ill.;'.'ah(i Emmons, Minnesota. ; The couple are living at vilSVz North Thorington Street. at St; Joe by 2 Bell Telephone St. Joe — Representatives of the Northwestern ; Bell Telephone Company gave a demonstration in St. Joseph's school hall Monday, Jan. 25, for the students and on Thursday evening, Jan. 28, at 8 o'clock for the public, on the new: telephone project which will go into effect on. Feb. 21. A question . and answer period on the new arrangement and also a film on Iowa will be shown. The public is invited to attend this interesting and informative program. Mr. and Mrs, Wilfred Schneider and family spent the weekend with relatives at Litchfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Peter Bormann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding visited from Monday until Thursday at the home of Mrs. Anna Bormann, North Washing- ton, and also visited with friends. Jill Marie Reding, infant daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reding was baptized on Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Diane Reding and Merlin Altman. North Kossulh cancer group meets The North Kossuth County Chapter Cancer board met Jan. 19 at Mrs. W. E. Ley's, Lakota. Mrs. Francis Doocy, Swea City, will be the 1965 fund drive chairman for the North Kossuth Chapter. Mrs. Jack VanNorman, president, appointed Mrs. Don Behenkendorf, chairman, and Mrs. R, S, Underkofler, vice chm. of the educational department, The kickoff meeting for the drive will be held March 23 at Bancroft, The North Central Division will meet at Algona Jan. 29. Attending will be chapter chairmen, crusade chairmen, and key personnel of the 1965 fund campaign. decorated in roses. Raymond Hansen and Ruth Dahlen were married Jan. 20, 1925 in the home of her mother Mrs. Mary Dahlen in Burlington by Rev. Nels Pearson. Their attendants were Esther Dahlen and Theron Hansen. The honored couple have two children, (Shirley) Mrs. Robert Genung ot Jacksonville, N. C., and Jack Hansen of Des Moines, neither of whom were able to attend the party. There are 3 grandchildren: Robert and Ray Linn Genung, and Candy Hansen, also 3 step grandchildren, Roxanne, Kathy and Clifford. The couple have lived in rural Wesley all of their married life and since 1928 have lived on the farm east of town which they bought of the Muehe estate. ATTEND SHOWER Mesdames Lou Cink, Clara Haverly, Kenneth Haverly, Den Haverly, Hugh Haverly of Irvington, Paul Haverly of Algona, A. J. Grandganett of St. Benedict and Audra Haverly of Wesley attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday, Jan. 24 in the Lutheran parish hall in Woden for Nancy Etherington, daughter of the Edgar Etheringtons of Woden. She will become the bride of David Cink, Feb. 6. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink of Woden, in the Buffalo Center Catholic church. David is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cink and Mrs. Clara Haverly. ATTEND CONVENTION Mr. and Mrs. Ed Otis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Frank Bleich, manager of the Farmers Coop Elevator, attended the 3-day convention of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa at Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines the fore part of the week. party at the Lou LicKteig home Sunday evening, Jan. 24. Cards were played ac 7 tables. Prize winners were Mildred Arndor- ler,, Marilyn Lickteig, Mildred Baylor, Cnas. Nygaard, Dale Dornbier and Ralph Sciupull. Mrs. Elmer Doughan entertained the Neighbornood birthday club Thursday, Jan. 28 in honor of the hostesses birthday. Irwin Hildman had an emergency appendectomy at the Britt nospital Saturday, Jan. 23. The L. F. Roots attended, funeral services at the Ward Funeral home at Clear Lake Jan. 25 at 1:30 p.m. for his mother, Mrs. Fred G. Root, 101 years matin of Davenport, announce Hie engagement of their daugh ter, Carol Irene, to Richard Lensing, son of Mr. and Mrs Al Lensing of Bancroft. The bride-elect is a graduate of Dav enport Central high and is a senior at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mr. Lensing is a student of medical tcchnologj at Schoitz Memorial hospital ir Waterloo and is a graduate o St. John's high school. An An gust wedding is planned. of age. She is survived by 2 sons 5 grandchildren and 5 grea grandchildren. hittg, Feb. 3. Bill Runz, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kuiiz had major surgery City, .Ian. 11. at the Britt hospital recently. . _ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Meurer re- eral day; turned Jan. 22 from Des Moines hospital, where he had been a surgical patient in the Vets hospital 2 months. The Kenneth Rasmussens, For!St City, and the Larry Cooks, ipencer, were Sunday guests in he parental Victor Loebig iome. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rancy of torm Lake spent the Jan. 24 veekend in the parental Cliff A.nfinson and Dr. H. H. Raney lomes. Mrs. Jay Carlson and daughter Shirley attended a prc-nuptial shower Jan. 20 at Y.W.C.A. hall, Mason City, honoring Barbara Kccton who will marry Roger Carlson Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs. David Carlson, who recently moved to the Ben Schrauth farm, were honored at a surprise house warming party Saturday evening, Jan. 16. 30 former neighbors and friends brought and served lunch following a social evening. Mrs. Johanna Hansen of DCS Moines spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Engen and family before going to Algona, where she will make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard went to Ft. Dodge, Jan. 20, to get her mother, Mrs. Geo. Eggleston of LuVerne, who had been a medical patient at Lutheran hospital several days. Frank Matern, Britt, formerly Mrs. Ben J. Studer spent several days last week in the Britt ispital. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Klein left Jan. 25 with their trailer house for several weeks in Florida. Yo Yo Club met Wednesday evening, Jan. 27 in the Methodist parlors with the Geo. Det- merings, Paul Parkhursts and Ben Edens. Mary Hildman, who is employed in Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend in the parental John Hildman home. She was accompanied by Karecn Phillips of Gil- bertvillc, who is a niece of Sis ter Lenorc who taught in St Joseph's parochial school here several years ago. The younf., ladies were classmates in Mil waukec, Wis. Mrs. Ethel Hutchinson had gall bladder surgery Jan. 21. ir Mercy hospital, Mason City. HEAR THE Westmar College Concert Band Sat. Jan. 30 8:00 p.m. 49 pieces free admission LuVerne School Gym Prof. Wayna Perrill, Dir. Taylor's Showroom Special-of-the-week" •< The American Legion Auxili- of Wesley, has been elected see- Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulationl us a chance to ROLL OUT THE CARPET for you! * When it comes to the best in Savings services — make your way to Home Federal Savings. You will receive a cordial welcome here and we really would like to have you Save with us. ROCKWOOD BAPTISM The baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rockwood, Jan. 17, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Ronald William. The grandmother Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The Tenth — Earn From The First per annum SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA 1961 COMET Station Wagon, 4- door with radio, standard transmission. A 6-passenger wagon with red finish and red and white matching interior trim. Chrome luggage rack on top. A good one. • * * * • 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 4-door, Cruise-a-matic, radio, J« chestnut color (and interior) with white top, spotless •' inside and out. •* • 1963 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Fordomatic, power steering ij arid radio'. .Ty-."" -".'.".""'• ' :••• • f • 1963 FORD 2-door with 6-cy Under, straight stick and £ radio. < • 1962 FORD Galaxie, V-8, Cruise-a-matic, radio, extra good, green finish. • 1961 FORD Galaxie 4-door, radio, solid white, extra clean. • 1961 FALCON Station Wagon, Fordomatic and radio. • 1960 FORD 2-door, V-8, standard transmission, turquoise color. • 1960 FORD Convertible, locally owned and well cared for, Power Steering and Brakes, radio and Fordo- matic, white sidewall tires. A beauty. • 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "8" cylinder, Automatic. • 1959 EDSEL 4-door sedan, V-8 and automatic transmission. • 1956 CHEVROLET 2-door, 6-cylinder and power glide. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTHER LATE MODEL CARS AND A NUMBER OF GOOD, CLEAN PICKUP TRUCKS!!! "FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY ARE KEYNOTES TO OUR OPERATION" Taylor Motor Co. 5-3504 FORD & MERCURr SALES & SERVICE ALGONA Hera's the SALE You Have Waited Ior-The Grand Finale! ABSOLUTELY ENDS SATURDAY, JAN. 30 AIGOW, IOWA

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