Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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t-«*Al60NA (Iowa) ADVANCt fMURSBAY, MAY 26, Wesley girl to have month in Germany, France Wesley — Maxinc Dornbier, daughter of the Clarence Dorn- biers, lelt by plane from DCS Motncs Saturday for a month in Wiselcr, Germany, with her DCS Moincs roommate Marlenc Matzke, who is spending 3 months at her parental home. They plan to visit Germany and France and will return by boat. They plan to spend several days at the Worlds Fair at New Vork. Maxinc is now employed by tne Bob Swank Machine and Supply Co. in DCS Moincs. ATTEND OPEN HOUSE The John Paulsons went to Kanawha Sunday to an open house welcome for her niece and family, the S Sgt. Harry De Pers and daughter Cheryl. They recently returned from 3 years in the air force in the Netherlands. The open house was held in the I.O.O.K. hall. Mrs. De Fcr is the former Dorothy Faust, Kanawha, and her husband originally came from Longmont, Colo. They left May 17 lor a California air force base near San Francisco. The Paulsons attended services that evening in the new Britt Methodist church. Algona girl will visit this family in Spain SERVICES ARE HELD Funeral services were held Friday in the Doan church at 2 p.m. for a well-known farmer, Lee Kiley, 66. Burial was at Algona. Four sons, one daughter, and his wife survive. Pilar Albarran, now in Allen-. Delfin Albarran, Margarita, tA/rt Darin • \A m •>*••» »>4o JLA*tJMw.%l H*MM(\W town, Penn. Margarita Mayoral Ibanex. THESE ARE THE parents and sisters in the family with which Sally Bay, daughter ol Mr. ana Mrs. ivlel buy 01 nigond, will stay during July and August on her visit to Spain. Miss Bay will leave June 25 and arrive home shortly before school starts here in the fall. Sally has been the correspondent lor the Advance and reported news from the high school in "Bulldog Tales". Her unedited column gives you readers an insight Lo the personality and character of this girl who will five children, Mike, Lynn, Janet, Patrick and Jeffrey. A son was born May 14 to the Bill Koppcn's at the Britt hospital. They also have two other children, Jennifer and Jeffrey. The L. S. Koppens, Wesley, and A. J. Rengcr, Bancroft, are grandparents. Me was named Steven Joseph. Mrs. Leila Wester Jordan and her son, the Allan Jordans, Des Moincs, spent the weekend here with the Westers. The Frank Johnsons went to Spirit Lake Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Paul McNiell fam- make friends for all of us in the far off land. ily. Saturday they and Mrs. Mc-james area. Nicll and Kathy went to Orange City to attend the tulip festival. Sunday they were accompanied by the Wallace Donovans, Spirit Lake, to St. James, Minn., for the day with their sister-in-law, Mrs, Lena Johnson. They report heavy rains in the St. Shower for Jayne Black held at Burl Burf — A miscellaneous shower was held May 17 for Jayne Black at the Methodist church. Program committee was Thelma Lappe, Marie Parsons, Janice frunkhill. Hostesses were Edna Smith, Marion Wcstling, Velma Cook, Dorothy McFarland, Lillian Hecrdt, Ihclma Lappe, Ann Baumgard, Mary Rasmussen, Eva Shiplcr, Ruby Hinckley, Gloria Prcsthus, Hazel Teeter, Lucille Hoover, Loreta Lichter, Helen Wcrmcrs, Ruth Long, Doris Larson, Minerva Curtis, Diane Bunkofskc, Janice Trunk- hill, Lydia Manus, Estclla Ditt- mcr, Marie Parsons, Beverly Bonnstctter, Shirley Wagner, and Viola Cunningham. Jayne Eileen, daughter ot the Stanley Blacks, Burt, will marry Eugene Pcderscn, Humboldt, at Our Saviours Lutheran church in Humboldt at 10:30 a.m. May 29. OFFICERS INSTALLED At the service Sunday the new officers of the WSCS were installed by Rev. M. C. Davies. They are pros., Frances Sarchet; vice, Beulah Davies; sec., Florence Spear; treas., Hazel Teeter; missionary education, Karen Davies; Christian social relations, Lorraine Campney; local church, Phyllis Wiener; campus ministry, Vera Schwietert; sup- jlics, Beth Miller; spiritual life, Mary Jean Andrews; program, Janice Schaeller; membership, lilanche Long; publicity, Ruby [lincklcy; circle chairmen, Inez Graham, Shirley Lovstad and man, Genevidve Graham, two members received life membership pins, Beth Miller and Lof< raine Campfiey. SURPRISE T8A A surprise May tea Was held at Burt Methodist church May " '" "- " C, Dayies who . , a WSCS life membership pin by the members of both churches. The Good Mope members planned the program and Burt members served lunch. Mrs. Merlin Walker pour* cd. 14 for Mrs. M. was presented GET NEW UNIFORMS Burt high school band gave the spring concert May 14 directed by Jearteen Coney. Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas, president of the Band Mothers club, reported the club had raised $702 and the school board voted to give $98. The band will wear their new uniforms Memorial Day; BIBLE SCHOOL DATED Vacation Bible school will be held at Good Hope church June 7 to 11 from 8:30 to 2:30 daily for both Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patsy attended confirmation at Doan Methodist church May 16 for Barbara, daughter of the Merrill Zwiefels. A dinner was served at Merril Zwiefel's. At the regular May meeting of Eastern Star the station of Electa was honored. The conductresses and four star points presented the ceremony honoring the present Electa, Mabelline Lovstad. The W. M., Irene Bjustrom, gave several readings and gifts to each past Electa present. The Raymond Westlings and Vern Shiplers were guests Sunday at Gene Hansohm's. The F. L. Ryersons spent the Motftes. The Jerry Koestlers hive i daughter Kimmi Lee bom May 13 at St. Awn hospital. They have another daughter Karla, IVfc years old. Grandparents are the George Koestlers and Jake Giglers, Wesley. Great grand' parents are the Carl Lovstads, Duluth, Minn., John Farrows, Lakota, and Mrs. Martha Gigler, Titohka. Mrs. Adolph Dahlgren and Mary Sue, Rockford, 111., came with Vernel Koestler for a Week with her sister, Mrs. George Koestter. Vernal is employed by the Ultronics Systems Corp. in Kansas City, Mo. The George Koestlers, and Vernal, Mrs. Dahlgren and Mary will attend the 25th wedding of the Maynard Spilseths, Kensington, Minn. May 23. Mrs. Dahlgren, Mrs. Spilseth and Mrs. Koestler are sisters. Fidelis class will meet May 26. Hostesses are Erma Pratt and Myrtle Zwiefel. The program is by Jennv Riebhoff. The Wallace Hawcotts attended the postmasters convention at Des Moines the first of the week. The Jack Giffords, Fort Dodge, visited her mother, Mrs. Gertie Moore Sunday. Paul Hasse, Alvina Hasse and Mrs. Olive Person spent the weekend in Iowa City. Mrs. Person visited the Donald Nelsons in Iowa City and the Hasses visited Ruth Hasse, patient at University hospital. May 16 Mrs. Ed Blumer, Al- jona, Oliver Sigler and Janice Wosley, Des Moines, visited Mrs. Emma Manus at the Gertrude Ackerman home. The G. H. McMullens will visit their son Jim in California. TWO ARt MONOteO John Plitt, Algdfla, and Harold Wirtz, West Bend, were among 140 invited to the Finkbine dinner at Iowa City May 11. The dinner is to honor students annually chosen as "most likely to succeed" in their chosen professions. Platt is i senior in the college of liberal arts, and Wirtz n junior in engineering. Riettifd Jehrtidfl/ wh« ti with the army in Camp McCoy, Wis., visited from Friday; until Sun* day afternoon with his grand', mother, Louise Pentecost. Mis parents are the Gordon John' sons, Santa Clara, Calif. Mrs. Johnson is the former Hazel Pentecost. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE .Anita Kay was born Tuesday morning, May 11 in the Britt hospital to the Kenneth Forbur- gers. She weighed 7 Ibs., 8 oz. They also have 2 girls and 5 boys. The Tom Forourgers and the Urban Ldckteigs are grandparents, and the John LicKteigs are great grandparents. The Kermit Studers, Kanawha, were Mother's Day guests at the parental, Herman Studer's. . The Herman Studers were May 16 guests at Rollin Studer's, near Britt, for the first cornmunion of their twin grandsons, Dennis and Donald Studer in St. Patrick's Catholic church in Britt. Mrs. Justine Becker and Joyce visited the Vernon Bertes at St. Joe Sunday. The Ben Wagners, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend with Ins father, Al Wagner. Mrs. Al Wagner is with her sister, Mrs. Milton Goslee, in Jewett, N. Y., who is critically ill, The Valgene Hansens, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the parental Theron Hanson's and Chas. Price's. . The Jack Nelsons, Ames were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ed Ricke. They were supper guests at the parental Mrs. Lulu Hanig's. The Fred Baades, Titonka, were Sunday guests of then- daughter, the Franklin Foxes, Seniors of Garrigan, Algona had skip day Monday and went to Lake Okoboji. Sophomores had free day Monday for winning the carnival several months ago. , Elaine Goetz, employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Lee Goetz's. She was accompanied by her roommate Roberta King and a friend, Patricia Hook. Glenn Giddings, White Plains, N. Y., spent Sunday with his brother, Gordon Giddings. Mrs. Earl Detmering, Osawatomie, Kans., came May 11 for an indefinite visit with her son, the George Detmerings. The Bill Loebigs Jr., Fort Podge, were weekend guests at the parental home. Bill Jr. was on the Fort Dodge TV station appearing on Eve's Hour last week. He is assistant administrator at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and spoke in observance of hospital week. The Craig Loebigs. Amery, Wis., spent the Mother's Day weekend at the parental, Wilfred Loebig's. Mrs. Bill Loebig and son, Fort Dodge, were also Mother's Day guests. Craig is employed at Fabri-tec Co. Junior high students and teachers of Corwith-W e s 1 e y went to Pilot Knob May 18 for an all day picnic and an evening movie. Henry Ricke. only son of Mrs. Ruth Ricke and the late Ed Ric- fce, has resigned as delivery boy for the Mason City Globe Ga- jette which he has held for the past several years. Larry Hovey, Ion of the Harold Hoveys, has taken over. Gayle and Mary Lou Studer, Algona, have purchased the late Emil, Bettie Wester estate home and will get possession June 1. Studer is a Lindsay Soft water salesman and his wife is the former Mary Lou Haverly. They are former Wesleyans and nave Ethel Smith; nominating chair- weekend at Kent Ryerson's, Des ^.^.M^-^.|-^^^l-WWW^W.^^^w^.^.^^.4.^^^^.i.^.^»..i.,i,,t i ,i ' : j t | HH-H-t M IHH II H 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 111 111111111111 1-1 "Finian's Rainbow" Will Be On Show Business This Sunday May 23rd 12:15 -1:00 p.m. Listen To Show Business THIS SUNDAY on KLGA rad '° 1600-ALGONA ».*. and time to visit SHEAKLEYS Sportswear I. • ; fc" This is your personal invitation to visit Sheakleys' Sportswear department and see what's new for summer . . . rack upon rack of exciting and colorful sportswear and swim- wear . . . bearing the famous CATALIJMA name. Won't you let our experienced salespeople help ypu brighten up your summer? . S£' t summer scamps .,. 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