Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 9
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New f. T. A. officers Wlckwire, daughter; pt the Wayne Wickwifes, will be gfad- uated in a few weeks and will teach 4th grade at'Paulina, in the fall. Carolyn RochleaU, who is hovV doing practice teaching at Mason City, also .will grad uate and will teach math at Boone in the fall. ..-•; The Mike Frankls have a son born April 28 at St. Ann, Al« gbna, 9 Ibs. 4 ozs. Me Was named Gerald Michael and is the .first grandchild of the Gerald Frankls and the Joe Gfrandge- netts. SOCIETY OFFICER S installed for the coming school year for Future. Teachers of America are left to right: Mike, Stillman, publicity; Sally. Bay, music and recreation; Kitty Hurdgrove, his- tonftn; Barb Knudsen, vice-president; Phil Taylor, president; Sue Moulton, secretary; SHaron Sundet, treasurer; Jean MalUeg; parliamentarian. . ' •• The FTA Installation was held April 27 in the high school auditorium and'a tea followed the ceremonies in the Annex. Richard Palmer was the speaker. Music was furnished by a male quartet with Elmer Sphksen, John Stephens, Mr. Van Haaften, and Willard Snustad accompanied by Mjs. Coughenour. A senior award pin Was presented to. Trudy Alt. This honor was bestowed by the members of FTA to the'person, who had donated the most service to the FTA during four years of high school. ; Seniors, officers, and all .former officers were given FTA pins. Kathryn Sorenson is the sponsor. " ; Jean Becker, ton, is wed Irvingti Saturday Irvinqton — Jean, daughter of the Herman Beckers here, and Richard P. Farrell, son of the Vernes Farrells, Emmetsburg, were married at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, in Algona, Saturday at 10:30 a.m. with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating in a double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father, • '•"',''• Matron of honor was Mrs. Gary Ludwig and the bridesmaid was Mary Farrell, Sioux ,City. .The bride wore the same dress worn by her twin sister- Mrs. Gary Ludwig, who was married Jan. 30 of this year. Thomas Farrell, Emmetsburg, was best man, and Ronald Bet* ,ker, v was groomsman. Ushers were Gary Ludwig, Corwith, and Win. Farrell, Emmetsburg. Robert 'Hedinger, Emmetsburg, was the soloist and 'Kathleen Griffith, organist. A dinner and reception was held at the. K.. C. hall. at noon with Bernadette Hilbert and i reaj Mother to Dinner on Her Day YES! WE WILL BE OPEN MOTHER'S DAY, SO TAKE MOM OUT TO DINNER I JOHNSON HOUSE Ph. 5-2441 ALGONA Helen Farrell in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Thomas Cogdall and Mrs. Daniel Higgins, the latter of Emmetsburg, poured coffee and Mrs. Thomas Becker and Eileen Higgins cut the cake. Waitresses were Rita Higgins, Joan Higgins, Lenore Hilbert and Diane Becker. Mrs. David' Ludwig, Mrs. Ronald Rosenmeyer, Mrs. James Rosenmeyer and Joann Klemm opened gifts. Out of town guests were from Minneapolis and Jackson, Mirtn., Chicago, Sioux City, Livermore, Wesley, Rolfe, DubuqUe and Emmetsburg. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelia's and attended college at Mt. St, Clare. For the last five years she has been with the Drivers License Division and is now located at Sioux City. Mr. Farrell attended college at Wayne, Neb, for two years and Barber college in Sioux City, where he is now in business. After'..a trip in the west, they City. will live in Sioux IS SERIOUSLY ILL Dale Davis, Batavia, is in a critical condition in an Ottumwa hospital following surgery to ' remove a malignant tumor from one lung. The tumor was found to be on a lymph gland instead and was not removed. Dale formerly worked for several years in this vicinity with his brother B. O. Davis here. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous ; and coin shower for Ellen Siemer was held at St. Cecelia's hall, Algona, Sunday. At 500 prizes went to Mrs. John Roeder and Mrs. Irving Gatton. The door prize went to Darlene Thilges. Ellen will be married to Jim Gatton May 22 Mrs, Wayne Wickwire accompanied Carolyn Rochleau and her mother, Mrs. Victor Roch- leau, to Cedar Falls Saturday, for Mother's Day at the College. They returned Sunday, Betty ABSENTEE SHOWER An absentee miscellaneous shower was held at the Gobd Mope Community room Monday evening, May 7 for Mrs. Jihi Shipler (nee' Nancy Muckey). The program in charge of Mrs. Quintin Bjustrom included presenting corsages to the mothers and grandmothers, Mrs. George Larson and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. A Bible Scripture, read by Mrs. Alfred Sen- enck, prayer by Mrs. Ted Hoover Sr., and vocal number by Mrs. James Dodds. : A skit representing the life of .Nancy portrayed by Mrs. Duane Dittmer and baby daughter, Valeria, Julie Dodds, Mrs. Dan Fisher and daughters Donna and Becky, and Mrs. Stanley Sorenson. A contest for the most points was won by Mrs. Lewis Nitchals. Mrs. Earl Shipler had the guest book, Linda and Patti Marshall and Marcia Sorenson had charge of gifts. Mrs. Bill Marshall and Mrs. Stanley Sorenson poured. The gifts were opened by the mothers of the bride and groom, Mrs. Stanley Muckey and Mrs. C. S. Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. Shipler are making their home at 1606 South Jeffrey Drive, Apt. 7, Anaheim, Calif- Hostesses were Mesdames Or-, ville Gardner, Dan Fisher, Ted Hoover Sr., Alfred Schenck, Cecil Bjustrom, Quinten. Bjustrom, Jim Elmore, Russel Shipler, Earl Shipler, Melvin Alt, Herb Haas. Raymond Vigdal, J., M. Elmore, Bill Marshall, Stanley Sorenson and Richard Shipler. ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate entertained at dinner Sunday, May 2 and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hungate and family, of Duncombe, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis, of Waterloo, Mr: and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and family, of Marathon, Mrs. Tilliei Mr.; liam Dodds home. Hostesses were Mesdames Bill bau, Jr., Lewis Fraser, Leonard Warner, Larry Householder, William Dodds, Gette Brandow, Mamie Winkel, Mildred Fraser, Rhonda Brandow and Julie Vipond. FIRST COMMUNION Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard are entertaining at dinner Sunday following the first communion of their son Kevin at St. Cecelia :atholic church. Guests Will be Vtr. and Mrs. Vic Robinson, of Pocahontas, Vincent Daughah, of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Daughan, of Clarion. JOINS HONOR SOCIETY Jerry Raney, sort of the Lyle Raneys, Algona, was one of 58 freshmen at the university at Iowa City, whose grades qualified them to pledge Phi Eta Sigma, freshman's honor society. They were to be initiated this week Wednesday at a banquet. heir daughter, Rebecca Mae, to,TO CNTEftTAIN [tetbeft Hobbs, son of Mr. and I Mrs. Dick Post is entertaining Mrs. George Hobbs, Reno. Ncv. The Wedding was Sunday, May 2, in Reno. HONORS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Gilbert Hargrcavcs en-, tertained at dinner Sunday in "ing. honor of her husband's birth-j day. Guests weru Mr. and Mrs. I William Lawrence, of Foil j Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Harry liar- greaves, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Me- Ginnis, Suzanne, Jaiiclle, Michael and Jeffrey. her bridge club Thursday evening. HOSTS 500 CLUB Mrs. Mabal Lee will hostess to her 500 club Wednesday eve- ATTEND DEDICATION Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby went to Petersberg, Minn., to attend the dedication of the new altar recently installed in the church they attended some time ago. MARRIED IN NEVADA Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Wet- zcl announce the marriage of CHANGE MEETING DATE The meeting place for Hip Plum Creek Women's club will be changed to Van's cafe at two o'clock on Wednesday, May 12. Hazel Sccley and Vivian Kulin Will be hostesses. ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Mrs. Julian Chrischilles entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. HOSTS BRIDGE Mrs. Chester Schoby was hostess to her bridge foursome Monday afternoon. CLUB MEETS The "Coffee Cup Club" mot recently with Mrs. Elvira Christensen. 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Garrotto, Los Angeles, Calif., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra Louise, to Patrick Gerald Frankl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frankl, Irvington. A late summer wedding is planned. She is a registered nurse at Park hospital in Mason City and he is a pre-med student. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous shower was held recently honoring Mrs. Tim Vipond, the former Donna Trenary, Corwith, at the Wil- by Rambler NOW IN OUR SHOWROOM! 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