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Ottosen woman knocked down by lightning Ottesen — Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark Hundertmark was knocked down by lightning last Monday afternoon j Mr. "and" Mrs. Clyde Moore when she went to use the tele-jvVere Thursday evening visitors phone in her home. Lightning-in the Victor Fitch home, bring- knocked her down and left her i"g Korene a lovely shower gift, ALOOMA (Iowa) ADVANCE— 1 JHURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1965 gona and Mrs. Steinberg's son and family, the Roger Schores of Washington, D. C. The Stein- bergs left Wednesday morning for Dawson, where they will visit visit her daughter. Mrs. George Koestler attended the Friendly Birthday club on Thursday afternoon, in the home of Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Lone Rock. arm numb. There are two bufns on her shoulder. Lightning followed followed around the walls in the kitchen, burned the chrome trim, and a spot on the range. The same bolt of lightning also burned burned out the electrical outlets across across the road at the Earl Long home. at of at at at at in The John H. Tappers, Kanv rar, were Sunday guests at Mike Frohling's. They are the parents parents of Mrs. Frohling. The Carroll Olsons and three daughters visited relatives at Hendricks, Minn., Saturday and Sunday. His mother, Mrs. Tom Olson," West Bend, returned to her home with them after a longer longer visit at Hendricks. The Raymond Holts, Spicer, Minn., Jesse Van Buskirks and Loren Daniel were Tuesday guests at Margaret Holt's. The E. A. Hollands, Fenton, vere Sunday guests at Donald Cooper's. Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Lone lock, spent the weekend at Al red Schultz's. Sunday they all vent to Cedar Falls, guests at ary Schultz's, and saw the new )aby, Cozette Marie. She is the irst grandchild for the Schultzes ind a great-granddaughter of VIrs. Blanchard. Donald Usher attended the legional R. E. C. meeting at Des VIoines Thursday. as Mrs. Moore was unable to attend attend the shower. Mrs. Frank Becker and Mrs Jesse Harms helped serve about 350 at the Farm Bureau Banque in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith urncd home last Wednesday af '.ernoon, after spending a week /isiting their daughter and son n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bixle at Wilmette, 111. "The world is round so tha friendship may circle it." Need Printing? Call the ADVANCE! Portland The Dale Course Will Be Offered In Mrs. Victor Fitch »»••»»»»»*»»»+»»••»+«+»« Korene Fitch was honored at a shower Tuesday night in the lome of Ruth Ann Loebach, with about 30 relatives and iriends attending. Miss Fitch will be married Oct. 17 to Richard Grosser of West Bend. The program, program, in charge of Agnes Stewart, Stewart, began with a guessing game of "Name the Merchandise." Thelma Andi'easen won a prize. Wyona Harms and 'Hazel Carroll then presented the bride-to-be with little individually - wrapped anniversary gifts beginning with the first (paper), ending with the golden. Bingo was played, al] the prizes going to the honoree. The program was closed with, "Beatitudes "Beatitudes for Married Couples," by Viva Ringsdorf. Judy Fitch, Cindy Cindy and Jo-Lynn Harms and Dawney Dawney Harms helped Korene open and pass the gifts. The tables were beautifully decorated in yellow and white. A delicious lunch was served, cafeteria style. Hostesses were Agnes Stewart, Stewart, Marieta Zwiefel, Leita Phe- Ips, Hazel Carroll, Ruth Ann Loebach, Leona Haase, Wyona Harms and Viva Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs, Shirley Steinberg Steinberg of Pomona, Calif., arrived by car Saturday morning to spend a few days in the parental parental Ray Fitch home. Callers Saturday Saturday afternoon in the Fitch home were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevenson of Britt. Sunday afternoon afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barrett of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling Skilling of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider of Swea City were Sunday afternoon afternoon visitors in the Robert Lovstad home. Mrs. Schneider s a sister of Mr. Lovstad. Mr. and Mrs. S, R. Parsons of Burt were sick with the flu over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler called at the home of Lillian Meinzer at Burt Sunday after noon and also visited with the Rudy Kautzkys, of Fort Dodge who were guests in the Meinzer home. A family dinner and get-to gether was held Monday in the; Ray Fitch home, honoring the ; Shirley Steinbergs, who are vis- [ iting here from Pomona, Calif. Attending the dinner were Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz and boys of Liver- j more, Mrs. Robert Skilling of Al- WAYS THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE HELPS MEN AND WOMEN For Further Contact WRITE or PHONE Presented-in North Iowa S SIZE 6.00 x 13 6.50 X 13 6.70 X 15/7.50 X 14 7.10 X 15/8.00 X 14 7.60 X 15/8.50 X 14

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 07 Oct 1965, Thu,
  3. Page 19

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