Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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Shower at Fenton given bride-to-be Ftnton — There were 50 at a bridal shower for Ingrid Teresko Sunday at Mrs. Norman Finne start's. Mrs. Duella Cody had devotions. Taking part in the program were Craig Finnestad on his chord organ, and Mrs. Norman Finnestad with a reading. Renee Voettler sang accompanied by Mrs. Tony Kahler. A skit featuring hats was given with Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Bancroft, narrator. Taking part were Lynnette and Sherri Boettcher and Debbie Johannesen Assisting with gifts were her sister, Mrs. Jerry Wilberg, and Mrs Ferdie Mueller, Jr. Monika Ter esko registered guests. Miss Teresko was also honorec at a shower in Algona Saturday at Mrs. Jack Henry's with 27 guests, including Mrs. Virgil Fin nestad and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg Fenton. The group played Bingo Ingrid Teresko and Tom Henry Algona, will be married Saturday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. WED 63 YEARS The Sam Warners had their 63rd wedding Sunday, with a reception at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. They have lived at the home since an attic fire in their house in Fenton Dec. 8 forced them to move from town. They were visited by 48 Sunday. Refreshments were furnished by their granddaughter, Mrs. James Harris, Goleta, Calif., and were served by Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Fenton, and Mrs. Luella Hansen, Armstrong, with the assistance of the employees of the Home. Among those attending were the Leonard Warners, Algona, Robert Wegeners, Whittemore, Walter Sorensons, Burt, and Rev. Russell Eldridges, Fenton. schol Hartmans and Mlfliil Wcg- i ehers. Mrs. Arnold Mansoft won the travel prize. Mrs. Ida Dreyer left last week for a month in the south, She planned to visit relatives in St. Louis, Mo., then travel td New Orleans for sight-seeing, and then to Florida to Visit Fenton friends, the Ed Meyers, St, Petersburg, Ed Priebes, Fort Myers, and the William Daus, Al gona, islamorada. She also planned to visit a niece in Maryland before returning home about March 1. DATE BANQUET Mrs., Dean Andrews, Burt Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Howe MR. AND MRS. Dennis Howe were married January 16 at 7 o'clock at the West Bend Peace Lutheran church with the Rev. Walter C. Ostermeir officiating in the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Howe is the former Nancy Schmeling, daughter of the Harold Schmelings, Whittemore. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Emmetsburg. He had made his home with the Glenn Househol- ders, Lone Rock. The bride, was attended by Mrs. Don Glaser as matron of honor. Keith Will, Sterling, Neb. was the t>est man. Ushers were Tim Klein and Gus Berninghaus, Jr. Mrs. Tim Klein was organist. A reception was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. They will live in Omaha where he is attending a mechanics school. Ex-lrvington people write life on Guam Irvington — The Merrill Solo mons, Guam, ex-Irvington, writ that they have now only elevei months to go before they migh be coming home. The Solomon left their home in Spencer, af ter Merrill had retired, to fil a government post dealing A internal revenue in Guam. They report the weather ho and humid but nights are coo just now because of easterl trade winds prevalent until Apr or May. Another interesting par agraph in the letter reads«"Ther is lots of activity at times around the base. Troops are flown in enroute to where — no one knows for sure. Only B-52. bombers are here and they can fly 6,000 miles. "The Proteus, the Nuclear submarine tender is stationed here, came in November with a .crew of 1,000 and 385 have families, so there is a housing shortage here now. About half of the 30,000 people here are military and dependents." >hower for >ride-to-be at St. Joe hall St. Jot — Phyllis Dimotid was ;iven a pre-nuptial shower Sun- lay afternoon in St. Joseph's chool hall. Assisting with her gifts were Mary Sue Reding, Mrs. Albert Berte, and Mrs. Ronald lllg. The afternoon was spent playing 500 with Mrs. Roger Bormann and Mrs. Ralph Kramer receiving high and second high prizes, Mrs. Matt Weydert received the door prize. Miss Dimond, daughter of Mrs. Marie Dimond, Algona, will be married to Tom Reding, son of the Frank Redings, St. Joe, Saturday, Feb. 20 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at 11 a.m. THURSDAY, MB, 11, 19*5 ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCI-I I Wesley woman wins $ 200°° Diamond Ring Set at Rusk's Mrs. E. J. Gales had her Five Hundred club Thursday with Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Ed Bormann and Mary Jane Origcr as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mrs. Joe Sinwell has the club Wednesday, Feb. 17. The John B. Redings and Mrs. Don lllg returned Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where they spent a week. spoke to the WSCS Thursday at the Fenton Methodist church Mrs. Russell Eldridge gave the worship devotion and the topic a report based on a seminar Rev. and Mrs. Eldridge recently attended. Plans were completed for the Father-Son Banquet the WSCS will serve Friday in Fen ton. Hostesses were Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod. TRUCK COMING Goodwill Industries will send a truck to pick up contributions at the Fenton Methodist church Feb. 22. Items wanted include clothing, repairable shoes and costume jewelry, small electric appliances, and toys. They cannot use magazines, old papers, or furniture. Contributions may be packed in bags or boxes and brought to the church basement before Feb. 22. PLAN INSTALLATION LWML of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, completed plans Thursday for the installation Sunday for Rev. and Mrs Clifford Bliss. Mrs. Carl Beck gave the opening devotions, and led the Bible lesson. Members voted to assume the expense of having telephone service put into the church, Hostesses were Mrs James Bierstedt and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn. PASTORS IN MEETING Fenton Methodists were host to pastors and wives of the ten churches holding their sub-dis trict rally here Monday, Speake was Dr. Taylor, an ordained min ister and staff professor of Rus college, a Negro school in Miss issippi. He spoke about intergra tion of schools in Mississipp and the problems many Negro institutions face in trying to meet the requirements of becoming accredited colleges. The race relations offering which will be taken in these Methodist churches in February will be turned over to Rust college. Dinner was served by three members of the WSCS, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Guests at Roy Chrischilles's .Friday, for Roy's birthday were the 'Howard Lowmans, Algona; Jerry Wieners, Burt; Clarence Menzes, Willard Menzes, Marold schleis, Ronald Chrischilleses, nd Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses. 'our tables of 500 were played, nd prizes went to Mrs. Schlei, Mrs. W. Menz, Jerry Wiener, and lonald Chrischilles. Lunch was brought by the guests, who were telman's, Mankato, who had surgery recently. The Ed Bruhns also visited there Friday. The Robert Burkgrens were Sunday guests of the Albert Mitchells. The Morris Mitchells spent last weekend at Rev. Edwin Sil- rum's,' Storden, Minn. Mrs. Sil- rum is a daughter of the'Mit- chells. ••'.'•'.': -Mrs. Webber Yager had the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club last week. Guests were Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs; Clarence Wegener, and Mrs. Rex W.olfe. Prize winners were Mrs.. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Jessie Newel, .and Mrs. Rex Wolfe. ; - ; :. Weekend visitor 'With Mrs. Alex Radig .was Eugene Radig, Visitors at the Durwood Walker home last Thursday evening in honor of Durwood's birthday were the Mike Seller family, the Tom Altman family and the Wayne Wickwires. Irvington U.P.W. will meet this Thursday at 2 p.m. with 'Mrs Harold Sabin. The first lesson in the book, Live As Free Man will be studied. All women of the congregation are welcome. Denny, son of the B. O. Davis es, Irvington, in the army sta tioned at Fort Bliss, Texas, ar rived home Feb. 3 for two weeks leave with relatives and friends He will return to Fort Bliss Feb; 17. self-invited. The Orville. Wieners were Lone Rock Mr». Jim Marlow The A. A. Kruegers spent the weekend at Ronald Christenson's, Belgrade, Minn. Sunday ,hey stopped at Minneapolis and St. Paul, visiting their son Kermit and the Pastor Benjamin Meyer family. The Clair Bellingers and Mrs. Henry Schroeder attended the wedding Sunday of Marion Broesder and Raymond Gerdes at the Good Hope Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends left Monday night by train for California to visit their daughter, the Gene Fruits. j Mrs. Alfred Schultz spent Thursday visiting her mothes, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Andrew Thomsons left Thursday for Phoenix, Ariz., | where they expect to stay a i month. . . I Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel of Wesley was the lucky winner of our $200 Kaynar Diamond Ring Set which we gave away last Saturday in conjunction with our 13th Anniversary Sale. One of our clerks, Wilma Cooksey, is shown with the winning registration blank. • Other Grand Door Prize winners were Mrs. Glen Miller, Titonka, Candle Set; Sherry Bonde, Livermore, the Instamatic Camera set for those under 18; and Barbara Weydert, Bode, Zeiss Ikon Camera, for the closest guess to the number of Aspirins in the bottle (There were 19,975 and her guess was just one off— 19976). Door prize winners last weekend were the following: Mrs. Lyle Anderson, Algona; .Mrs. Mary Hammer, Algona; Mrs. Clinton Rath, Lone Rock; Mrs. Rudolph E. Haack, Swea City; Mrs. John V. Vaske, Bancroft; Joe Ken ne, Irvington; ivirs. Alice Schultz, Mr*. Al Thilges, Algona; Kirk Johnson, Bancroft; Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Wesley; Mrs. Bertha Long, Algona; D. Joe Bradley, Algona; Mrs. A. F. Agena, Algona; Mrs. John Bormann, Livermore; and Mrs. Julius Peterson, Algona. Prizes for each of these names are awaiting the winners at our store if they have already not picked them up. Please stop in soon and pick up your prizes. Thank You Sincere thanks to all of you who made our Anniversary event such a success, sponse was appreciated. Your re- ! ; Rusk Drug & Jewelry ALGONA, IOWA »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»«»»»»+»»»»«»»»+»»+»»»»»»»»»»»+»«»«*»«» Omaha. -On the Donald his return he' took Radigs to Omaha, Thursday guests of the Roy !hrischilleses. \ The Richard Stuckis, Julie and Jeff, moved Saturday to Spencer where he has been working as policeman for three weeks Their address in Spencer is 109 East Second street. Monday guests of Mrs. Burnett Heine for Larry's fourth birthday were Mrs. Leroy Jacobsen and Kevin, Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Scott, Shawn, and Theresa, and Mrs, James Meyer and Danny. The Dale Weisbrods and Art Voigts were Sunday guests of the Gary Bleckwenns, Estherville. The Norman Bollingers and Diane Snell were Sunday guests of the Arnold Hantelmans for Arnold's birthday. The Jerry Waites and Charles Feyes spent last weekend visiting in Manhattan, Kan. and in Kansas City, The William Hantelmans were Sunday visitors at Hilbert Han- where they took a plane to California. There they will attend the wedding of their daughter Marlys, to Norman--Usher <Fejb. 20.. Y ' ' ..'...: : ;':v.:.:. the Lloyd Sundes moved to their house in town last Thursday. Mr. Sunde is now operating the Fenton Produce which he recently purchased from Eldon Duncan. The ; Bernard Tigges family, Lone Rock, have purchas ed the farm the Sundes left, and will be moving soon. Judy Eigler spent the week end with her parents, the Pau Eiglers. She is a speech thera Lloyd Wellendorf and son La Mont were in Des Moines Satur day to see the former's brother Merle, critically ill at the Veteran's hospital. Merle had major surgery early last week and was put on the critical list when ineumonia developed. He is low reported improved. The Kenneth Honeys visited him Sunday afternoon. Merle entered the hospital just after New Year's. Kevin, young son of the Ronald Sabins, was taken to the doctor Sunday after a fall on the ice. A gash just above his right eye required four stitches Mrs. Sabin has also been having medical attention after a fall on the ice, The Carl Swansons, LuVerne left Thursday for Los Angeles pist in the Marshalltown schools The Frank McFalls were Sunday guests of the Wendell Rusch- es. The Clarence Yagers had a 500 party Sunday with 5 tables in play. Prizes went to the Her- Calif., to attend the golden wed ding of Carl's sister, the Chester Kurtzes. Open house will be held at the home of the daughter at Lake View Terrace, Calif. 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