Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1965 · Page 6
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(lews) ADVANCE APRIL S, Newly married couple home at Swea City Swea « Eagle — Mary Papen- fuhs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herb Papenfuhs, and Ernest Whe?ler. son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd. Wheeler, Wallingford, were married last month at the First Lutheran church at Sioux Falls, S. D. Pa?tor Allen R. Thorson officiated at the double ring rites which were held at 12:30 in the aftprnoon. Attendants to the couple were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr i and Mrs Eugene Papenfuhs. Mr and Mrs Wheeler held a wedding dance at Fox Lake, near Sherburn, for their friends. The couple is at home in Swea City. Sunday dinner guests at the ; Virgil Jensen home were her sister and family, the Lester Hesseldahls and Mary Lynn, and her brothers, Arthur and Albert Jacobson, all of Winne- baso, Minn. • Mr and Mrs Francis Tprine : were Saturday evening callers at the Virgil Jensen home. . Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen were Sunday evening" callers at the Otto Pingel home. Mr and Mrs Walter O'Green and family were last weekend visitors at the home of her sister and family, the Fprdes Ber- sgans at St. Paul. They we're Sunday supper guests at the Larry Peterson home in Minneapolis. The O'Greens arriv ed home on Monday. 1 , The Mancil Hur'lburts were, Sunday guests at "the "home of her brother, the Keith Nelsons ; at Estherville. < v Larry Torine called at the Ir; vin Heidenwith home Tuesday evening of last week. , 'Mr and Mrs Wendell pits- worth and family were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs Conrad Brekke at Estherville. *tl*******+*******»**w * Mrs. Hirry L, M*w, Need Printing? , Cull th* ADVANCE! Mr and Mrs William Erdman spent, tjie weekend in Ames. Mrs Erdman attended Mother's weekend ai Birch hall as a guest or her daughter Linda. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Erdman and Linda were' dinner guests of Mr and Mrs .1. R, Murray at Amos. Friday evening pot luck simper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs John Oxley were Mr and Mrs Marvin Sloan and family, Mr and Mrs Glen Sloan and family. Mrs Marv FMornson. Mr and Mrs Elmer Krauss and girls. Mr and Mrs George Glawc, Mr and Mrs Dennis Glawo and Mr and Mrs Cecil Glawe and family. It was to celebrate the birthday of Marvin Sloan, Mrs Elmer Krauss and Mrs George Glawc. Patty William of Bayard and Mike William of Mason Citv spent the weekend with thoir Parents, Mr and Mrs Lee William. Mr and Mrs Llqvd Pletchor. of near Kariawha, Mr and Mrs Warren Mclntirc were Sunrinv dinner guests at the Lee William home. Mr and Mrs Lee William and Mr and Mrs 'Oral McCullbugh attended the Soorts Show in Des Moines on Friday. Mr and'Mrs Lester Bonnstetter of Arnolds Park were overnight guests at the home of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Russell Tebben. .Mr and Mrs Lee William. Patty and Mike, visited Mr and Mrs Gary William and family Saturday night at the Marlin Romp home, in'Garner. Mrs ? m X|a Oxley spent Mon- day'to Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs William Erdman, 'Mr and Mrs Don Sloter, of Moline.'IH,, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs William Sloter. Mr and Mrs Sam Logdson and family attended the funeral on Monday of Mr Logdson's steo- father, Clarence Barr, at Marble Rock. Skip and Carrol Fish, of Des Moines, spent the weekend at the Albert Fish home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Richardson, Mary and Billy, of Britt, visited Thursday afternoon at the Albert Fish homo. Mr and Mrs Oscar Tindall, Mr and Mrs. George Guenther at tended the Kossuth County Young People Republican meeting at Burl Saturtiay nigh't. Mr arid Mrs George GUehther and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr ahd Mrs Elmer Glawe, Mr and Mfs Elmer Glawe returned to their home after the winter months in Wcscelo. Tex. Mr and Mrs Ed Neppel and family, of Vail, spent the weekend at the Frank Weber home. Mr and Mrs Vance Halvcrson and family, of Thompson, Mr and Mrs C. B. Meyers were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs William Meyers, in honor of the birthday of'Kim Meyers, Vance Halverson and Mrs C. B. Meyers. Albert Jolinson and Charles Weir, of Wesley, attended the American Dairy meeting at Mason City Monday night. Albert Johnson attended the Farm Bureau meeting, on reap- norlionment at Des Moines on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Merle Hover and Dennis, of Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Verl.c Everett and family of ^nrwit'i and Ch°rvl Pacell, of Clear Lako. were Sunday dinner guests at the Charpel Hauswirth home. ' Mr and Mrs Myron Cram were Sunday' dinner ' pno'sts at the home of Mr and Mrs David Fevold and their son Jim, at Humboldt. In the evening they all attended the hockey game in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson of Des i Moines soent the weekend at thf> home of their parents. Mr and Mrs Cecil N.all and Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson. Gene Oxley, student at Cedar Falls, is soending spring vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs John, Oxley. '' Mr and Mrs .John Adams Sr. visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Nail.- ' : •'•. ; ; ' .' Mr and Mrs Joe Ezarski visited Thursday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Frisbie at Riceville. Carla Ezarski .of Mason City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Ezarski. Oh Sunday evening they took her back to Mason City. Cynthia Long also accompanied, them to Mason City after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs ferry Long. Mr and Mrs Dick Schneider, of Minneapolis, spent the. weekiettd with Mr and Mrs Thurman Gas* kill. Mr and Mrs Jim Sloter and family, of Forest City, were Frl* day evening supper guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs William Sloter. ' Mr and Mrs Ted Johnsoh and family visited Sunday afternoon at the David Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Dale' Johnson and family visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs'Walter Barr in Algona. Mr and Mrs Earl Chambers returned to their home tifttr th«* winter months in Florida. J^r nnd Mi's Charles Nygaard and Chris, of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Cecil Glawe and Mrs Robert Chambers attended a Hormel c 'iow in Fort Dodge on Satur< day. Mr Nygaard and Chris and Mr Glawc showed hogs. Mr and Mrs Marion Larson and family, of Hardy, Mrs Vic Fisher, Mr Fred Will and Mick and Barbara Ruprick visited Saturday afternoon with Mr and Mrs C. B. Robinson. A group of neighbors and friends had a surprise birthday party on Tuesday morning for. Mrs John Daniel. A group of neighbors and frK ends had a farewell party Friday night in the Legion hali for Mr; and Mrs Richard Gourley and family, who are moving, to Nora Springs. .'' Marilyn Krauss of Webster City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Kray uss. ;i Dennis and Debbie DeGrpo.te> John and Jim Widen, Dennis and Dean Widen, Becky Clark, Vickie Fisher, Sherrie Oxley, Mick Gourley, Jeanne and Cynthia Weber, Jerry Kelch, Mary. Pauk, Kathy and Chris Merriam, Patty Devine and Richard Johnson all attended a Day of Recollection at St. Patrick Catholic church in Britt on Sunday afternoon. Churches from the sur r rounding towns were also represented. • Mr and Mrs Art Kraft and family, of Renwick, Mr and, Mrs Keith Gregory and family of. Eagle Grove were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Hamm in honor of Mr Hamrn's birthday. Mr and Mrs Ray Green, and family, of Fort Dodge, were Friday night dinner guests with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Mortimer. Mr. and. Mfs Jesse,, Scott. te ; . turned to their home after sev< eral weeks in Florida. Enroute home they visited their daughters and families, Mrs Eugene ReddeH'at Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs Roy 'Johnson Jr., at Grinnell. Mr and Mrs Loren Zeigler and nieces, of Kanawha, visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs J6hn Babcock. Mr and Mrs Harold Hoick and family moved from the Jurgensen home to a house in Britt. Mick Will and Barbara Rup- rick, of Waverly, spent the past weekend with Mr and Mrs Fred Will. • : Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Earl Gjersted. Mr and Mrs George Glawe visited Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Marvin Sloan. Ex-Whittemore man dies in Bode By MCI. Viola Whittemore, — Friends here received word-that Jake Glasier, 86, passed away at St. James, Minn. Funeral services were held Monday at 10:30 in St. .James Catholic church, St. James, Minh. Mr. Glasier and his wife;'the former Anna Kennedy, lived northwest of Whittemore. Mrs. Glasier formerly taught school in the Letts Creek Whittemore area. The couple moved to St. James about forty years ago. Surviving are his wife and nine daughters, and one brother John of Colorado state. - 1 Mrs. Joe Loebach was hostess to. Twelve at "Two club at a luncheon last Thursday. Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch won high, Mrs. Leo Kollasch 2nd high, Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch also won travel. Guests weir? Mrs. Herman Kollasch; Mrs, George Streit and Mrs. C.G. Loebach. Mr. and Mrs.' Arnold Fisher were hosts tb their 500 club Sunday evening. Art Elbert and Mrs. Bob Simons won high, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bayer were guests and won low. HfARf Mrs. Elmer Wendt, Deiana Twp. Heart fund chairman reports contributions df $94.56 This report is belated a§ wofkfers were hindered rebelling people on account of heavy snows, itti- possible lanes and illnesses. Workers were: Mrs. Don Aure, Mrs. Vernon Faltinson, Mrs. Glenn Jensoh, Mrs. rtbbert Nelson, Mrs. Grant Olson, Mrs. Orville Olson, Mrs. Donald Rutz Mrs. Kenneth Underberg and Mrs. Henry Ziemet. Mrs. T. M. Aure, Mrs. David Engel, Mrs. Lucille Tofgerson, Mrs. Orren Olson and Mrs. Viola Thompson of the Bode Women's club attended the all day meeting of the Humboldt CoutK ty club meeting at the Methodist church in Humboldt. Rutland club were hostesses. During the luncheon hour forty wbmeri'with a few small daughters displayed the wpor garments which they had tailored. Miss Myrtle Hewitt was th'e moderator/Mrs- Archie Holland of Bode was in the group, modeling a navy ; bjjue coat which she made. Mrs. Rot land has been an instructor : in tailoring for, 2 years. .This year she assisted six women with wool garments. ;' : V Mr. and. Mrs., Garry. Kraft are the parents of a daughter born Monday, March 29 at Lutheran' hospital, Fort Dodge. She, has been ,';•• named Teresa Carol. Kraft's, have a son, Mark,, 2 years old,.who is staying with the' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tompkins. Barbara Tompkins was home from Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines over the weekend. Sunday the Vernon Tompkins family went to Rochester, Minn', to visit their daughter Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mayhew and their daughter Cindy. Jane Olson was a weekend guest at the parental Ronald CXU son home. Jane is a student: nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Walter Bakken has been, staying with her mother for' several weeks. Mrs. Hilda Enger has been at home but under docT tor's care. She' is convalescing nicely. Mrs. Arnold Larson* Mrs. fol< fna Opfielfii and Mfs .Efliftg 01§«fl wetr dinner ptsts en Tries- day of Mrs. Gladys Opheiffi in Humboldt. .Miss kathleeh Williams , Was a Weekend gtiest of 5 h«*f par* eiits, Mr. and'Mrs. Oscar Williams. Kathleen attends l.S.C. at Cedar Falls. Burt Mr*, Ceorge Haweott The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday, Aoril 9 at the home of Beth Miller. A farewell party for Irene Lauritson was held Monday March 29 at her home. Guests were Mr; and Mrs. Rudy .Tietz and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Don* aid Tietz and Lisa Lynn, Leo Leininger of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leihinger of Dolliver, Karen Johnson. Joyce Reutzel, Marian Doege, Blanche Larson, Mabel Hatten ahd Janice wjoif. • Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards of Britt were guests Tuesday of MrsVEttsi Holdrpn. , Ex-SweaCity -.-•! -, I .• ..-.,.. .,-,. . -- - ..-V -• •*» - • man, 54, dies ~ . *^v * at Cherokee An ex-Swea City man died fit ;lie state hospital at Cherokee iflt Tuesday. He was Elmer Paulson, 54, who succumbed to •i liver ailment. He had been,a resident th^re for 20 years, i Mr Paulsen was born Nov. '0, 1910 at Graettinger and noved to Swea City with his parents while a small child. He va. c a bachelor. Mr Paulsdn .vent to school at Swea City. , He is survived by three brp- tilers including George of La'{Ota; Carl of Peoria, 111., and Herman of Moline, 111., and a sister, Mrs Eugene Stevens of Wail- kesha, Wis. ' Funeral services were held Friday at an Estherville funerpl hpnle with burial in the Harri- *6ri towri,sh,ip cemetery at Swda City. '"• T SHAKERS ,- Mrs Nora S. 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