Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
Page 18
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, 4-AlOONA (lew.) ADVANCE JNUKIBAY, JUNE 18, 1965 25th wedding of St. Joe couple is observed ' St, Joe — The Cyrill Kcllncrs had their 25th wedding June 3 With a high mass in SI. Joseph church with Rev. Leo C. Schumacher celebrant. They were married June a, 1940, in St Josephs Catholic church at Wesley uy Rev. l-'athcr A. ,). Wegener. Attcndcnts were Mrs. Laurence Thiiges, St. Joe, and Clair Hildman, Wesley. They have 14 children, bister Mary Marcine O.S.F., byersvillc, Ka,, ward, at home, Thomas, Merrill, ' Ruth, Cedar Rapids, Marilyn, Cyrilla, James, Glen, uike, Donna, George, Karla, Marcine and Susan at home. The Kcllners had a phone call trout their daughter, Sister M. Marcine, o.s.i 1 '., Dyersville. Guests were irom Cedar Rapids, Algona, Uver- more, Bradgate, bode, Wesley, , Humboldt, Ottoscn, Rutland, .Hurt, Pomeroy, St. Joe, and Earling at a dance Saturday evening at the Commercial club hall in Ottoscn with Marv Lack\ ore and Malek Bros, furnishing tne music. PICNICS ARE PLANNED St. Joe Tropans met with Robin Baugous. A family picnic ! will be held at Lost Island June 10 with families to meet at the Kollasch station at 7 a.m. The club is sponsoring a baite sale in St, Joseph's scnool hall June 13 following the masses. The annual club tour will be held June 17 with the group to meet at Tom McGuire's at 1 o'clock. A family pot luck 7 o'clock supper will be held on St. Joseph's school grounds. Marvin Kohl- h'aas. is reporter. COUSIN IS DEAD The Ray Thilgeses, Tony Wey- derts and Mrs. Delmer Plathe with Mrs. Nick Fiscli, Algona, attended the funeral for a cousin, Rev. Francis Felton, 59, St. Mary's P a r i s h, Winnebago, Minn. Thursday. Father Felton died Monday following a heart ' attack Sunday evening. Among his survivors are his 94-year old mother. Burial was at his ' home, Rose Creek, Minn. SOCIETY Mrs, John Reding had her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Orville Wagner as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Joe Sinn- well, Mrs. Tony Becker and Margaret Reidmiller. Mrs. Wm. B. Devine has the club June 17. The Joseph Beckers, St. Joe, James Larscns and Larry Leo, Engaged MR. AND MRS. Patrick Murphy, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty, to William Blake, son of the William BiaKcs, Stacyvillc. The couple plan to be married Sept. 4 at St. Cecelia church here. Betty, a graduate of St. Joseph Mercy school of Nursing, Mason City, is presently employed as instructor in Omaha at t>t. Joseph Hospital school ol Nursing. Mr. Blake, a graduate of Loras College, Dubuquc and is now employed at Omaha. Eleanor Becker, Dolores Becker, all Humboldt, Rich Zeman, Bradgate, were Memorial weekend visitors at Don Bosch's, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Besch is the former Norma Becker, daughter of the Joseph Beckers. Mrs. Orville Wagner, St. Joe, and the Nick Ridings, Algona, went to Bill Rakers', Waterloo, Friday. Mrs. Raker, Mrs. Reding and Mrs, Wagner attended the weekend retreat at the American Martyrs Retreat House, Cedar Falls. Patricia Ann Altman, daughter of the Thomas Altmans, born May 22, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs. Gerald Reding and Eldon Altman. The Peter Beckers and Mrs, Louise Thul attended a family reunion at a cousin, Mrs. Margaret Phillips', Gilbertsville, Sunday. The Beckers also attended open house at Collins Radio and visited Allan Becker, oldest son of the Beckers, who is employed at Collins. Rivcrdale Rustlers Unit I and II 4-II clubs are making plans for a family picnic to be held June 27 at Clear Lake. Ruth Kellner and Jo Ann Thomson returned to Cedar Rapids last Monday after the weekend here with Ruth's parents, the Cyril Kellners, Miss Thomson is a roommate of Ruths. Swea Eagle Mri. Kinntlh Engaged MR. AND MRS. Stanley Gardner, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Audrey, to Allen Bartcls, son of the John Bartels, Esthcrville. Audrey will graduate soon from the Al len Memorial school of nursing in Waterloo. Her fiance is employed by the La Porte City Telephone company. The wedding will be Aug. 14 in the First Methodist church here. The Farlands had guests for Reid's graduation. The Chris Feddersens had guests for Cathy's graduation, Marjorie Lee Tobin was given a reception at the home of her parents after graduation. Receptions following com* mencement were held at the Social Hall of the tmmanuel Lutheran church for Petrea Thoreson, daughter of the Or* ville Thoresons, Paul Thoreson, son of the Cecil Thoresons; Vivian Thoreson, daughter of the Lloyd Thoresons; Joyce Larson, daughter of the Leonard Lar< sons; John Martin, son of the Don Martins, Danny Anderson, son of the Albert Anderson, Bonnie O'Grccn, daughter of the Richard O'Grcens. Mrs. Lillian Gabcl spent a week with her brother, the Emil Christophersons, Heron Lake, Minn., and her sister, the Burton Stanleys, Pequot Lakes, and near Duluth with the Christopherson's daughter, Mrs. Pete Hanson. , ; :» The Mcrvin Johnsons attended commencement at Humboldt last Wednesday for her. cousin, Pain Stow, daughter of the ;Wil- liain Stows. ^ The Lloyd Bartletts, Titonka, rc'Sunday callers at August lobinson's and the Harold Roal- sons and Bob Schuelers were evening callers. ; The August Robinsons visited he Ronald Sabins last Thursday at Algona. The Henry Ennens, Buffalo lenter, were Sunday guests of the Walter Hans. He is/her cousin. Sunday evening .at'Wal- ter Hans's was her sister, MrJ>. Engaged MR. AND MRS. Julius Cink announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alice, to Duanc L. Nelson, son of the Francis Nelsons, Miss Cink is presently employed in Fort Dodge and Mr. Nelson is working at Wcidcn- hoff Corporation. A July 3 wedding is planned at St, Cecelia Catholic church here. Mary Bolter, Lakota. Sunday at Maynafd Jensen's were the Tom Prestons, Kenneth Andersons and Marvin Bo- overs, fistherville, Mfs. Joe Preston and Mrs. Nina Ttatib. Sunday at William Wiskus's were the Paul Sanftners, Ed Meyers, Ringstedi LuVetn Wis- kuses, Algoha, Bob Wiskuses, Iowa Falls, and Bill Wiskus, Chicago. Burdette Carlson, Ottawa, 111., was a guest at Dottmer Thompson's Sunday and Monday. His wife is a cousin of Dcttmer. The Everett Ericksons had 90 guests for their daughter Kathleen's graduation. The Henry Stoners, Laurens, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Cram, Armstrong, the Ormal Guinns joined them for Memorial Day services in Swea City. The Jim Goraczkowskis, Omaha, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski, Armstrong, and Sylvester Gor- aczkowski weite Sunday guests at Wallet Gdfac2kowski's. The Jim Goraczkowskis wete weekend guests of the fttbthef, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski. The Maynard Gregorsons spent Sunday with her father, Fred L. McFarland, Mumboldt. The Harold Carrs attended commencement at L e d y a r d Tuesday for her niece, Delores Krebsbach. The Harold Carrs attended commencement at Estherville Thursday for his nephew, Tom Carr. Mancil and Tom Hurlburt spent Saturday and Sunday at Lake Mille Lac, Minn. The Harold Carrs were Sunday guests at the Don Koons home at Estherville for the 4th birthday of the grandson David. The other grandparents, the O. B. Koons, Lakota, were guests also. The William Gieses and Eldon Links were at Humboldt Sunday to visit Union cemetery. AS LOW.-AS $2,40 . PER WEEK room HP conflltKMMr * Doilgrmd for largo living . •, * Automatic Th«r moRtat ; , •ro«~«v«n mor* than • two Spe«l Cooling,.. on* r«*w • • - 13,000 BTU's. W«b*bl«'Air, N|t«r, NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER PHONE 295-3818 IT AT I MIM INSUIAMCI FARMERS! 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