Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 3, 1967
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* ••••••«•••••••••••••••••••••••} "I see by the | | Advance... • — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — Th* Alfeoa Country Club will have a July 4 celebration beginning at one o'clock for members and out of town guests. Chairman for the event are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller and Cochairman are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shetkley. Committee members are Dr. and Mrs. Dan Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Llpyd Bohannon, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Plttman, Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Navoichick, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leaneagh, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moen, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. Bob MoCullough, Beth Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John Lande, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smith. A two-ball foursome beginning at 1 o'clock will precede the children's events which begin at 2:30 and a Club Buffet at 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mr*. Dick Biesell and family have just returned from a 8 day trip to Montreal, Canada, .where they visited the Expo '67. The Biesells stopped at Niagra Falls, New York and Detroit cnroute home. In Detroit they toured the Ford Plant. Their trip also included a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith of Mt. Morris, Mich., a childhood friend of Mr. Biesells. From Mount Morris they drove to Muskegon where they took the Ferry steamer to Milwaukee, Wis., returning home June 17. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCabe, Sr. in Des Moines over the June 24 weekend. Mr. and Mrt. Allan Salisbury visited Sunday, June 25 at the home of Mrs. Salisbury's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. William Schillinger of Bmmctsburg. On Saturday, July 1 Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury •had as guests Mr. and Mrs. R H. Stoddard and 3 children of Lincoln, Nebr. Mrs. Stoddard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury and the family will be visiting here until Tuesday, July 4. Laurel Dau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dau, Jr., had as guests on her birthday, June 23, Julie and Jolie Brandow, twin cousins of Laurel's, for cake and ioc cream at her home. A Wagner family reunion was held Sunday, June 24 at the home of Dr. and 'Mrs.. Joseph Rooney. Joining in the reunion from Odcbolt, Iowa were Mrs. Rooncy's mother and brother, Mrs. Paul Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wagner and family. Other brothers and sisters here for the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kent and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and family of Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wagner and family of Remsen, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kula- wick of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McCabe and family visited at the home of Mr. McCabe's Mr». Lowell Smith returned home on Wednesday, June 28 from Park Hospital in Mason City where she had undergone surgery on June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Se«ley are driving to Minneapolis MONDAY, JULY 3, over the July 7 weekend to visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gergen. Mrs. Laura Hintz, mother of Mrs. Seeley will also be a guest in the Gergen home for several weeks. Bob Slobe, who has been assistant manager of the Algona Harrison store for the past three years, has been transferred to Knoxville, Iowa as assistant at the Harrison Store there. He will assume his new position July 10 and will be moving his wife and daughter the same week. The ladies golf event at the Algona Country Club on Wednesday, June 28 was won by Mrs. Walt Hagen and Mrs. Jim Kolp in Class A, Mrs Harry Grccnberg in Class B and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles in Class C. In charge of the event was Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mrs. Ted Chrischi lies and Mrs. Jerry Ferris. Wednesday, July 5, the event will be "Throw out 3 holes, sub par" and in charge of the July 5 event is Mrs. Walt Hagen and Mrs. Don Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Sheakley and family left Sunday, June 25 for a weeks vacation north of Bemidji, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt have just recently visited Mr. Wyatt's uncle, Mr. Mannie Kriner of Nevada, la. Mr. Kriner has been hospitalized due to a recent stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt also visited Mrs. Wyatt's mother Mrs. Mae Mills at Northwest Hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Mills has been hospitalized the past 4 weeks and has been seriously ill. Mr. Wyatt is the Call Park Conservation Officer. Over the June 24 weekend Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt were visited by a close friend, Mrs. Marie Hemping of Manson, Iowa. and Mrs. C. B. Evert in Jeff- Mr. and --— f - lt--l .„ ersonT U. on June 18. Mr. and daughter Jennifer in Sdfo!. five* are the par- Kalb, to. Mr. and M» Ost ents of their daughter-ln-tow rum moved w"jJjJJJ JP - • - -» ••- - - -« june 12 from uuDuouei u :e. MM C 9Ste£rf dS * *' 8nd to^ni fc'a^ted with Mrs. Salisbury, mr ^^ ^ ifl DeKalb. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson also visited with Mrs. Peterson's .«Mef, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beddow's and __. high fctiy for tfie evening m*jm .Robert Hillburg and Mrs. Jerry Fentt. HoateMea wet* Prank Moulton, Mrs. Ferris and Mrs. Phil Mr. 3. M. Fteffiffimg of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. till Dau, Jr. drove to Minneapolis on Friday, Jurie 23 to visit at the home of Mrs. Dau's brother and family the Lewis Fraser's, and also to take their oldest daughter, Marilyn to camp. Marilyn will be going to camp with her cousin Patty Fraser in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Dau returned to Algona on Sunday. On Saturday, July 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dau had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tibbetts and family. Mrs. Tibbsts and Mrs. Dau are sisters. Elsie Willrett spent Sunday, June 25 visiting at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig in Lone Rock. Mrs. James Teleeky and 4 daughters have recently returned from a weeks visit at the home of Mrs. Telecky's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koutney of Cedar Rapids, while Mr. Telecky was on a fishing trip in Canada. Mr. end Mrs. Jack Chris- chilles and family returned over the July 1 weekend from a weeks trip to Madeline Island on Lake Superior where they were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs and family for several days. En- route home Mr. and Mrs. Chrischilles stopped in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and family left on a 4 day camping trip to Twin Lakes. The Chamberlains left on Saturday, July 1 and will return on Tuesday, July 4. They made the trip by bus camper. family of Chester, Minn. Sandra Allen, daufhfef af Mr. and Mrs. Dick Allen is visiting Mrs. Bob Edwards in Bell, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Olson in Santa Ana, Calif. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Olson are sisters of Mrs. Allen. Sandra will be gone three weeks. Mr. and Mr*. Paul Seeley drove to Des Moines Tuesday, June 2 to visit Mary Jean Hood and Mrs. Clyde Conner who have been convalescing at Iowa Methodist Hospital since a recent accident. Miss Hood and Mrs. Conner were enroute to Dallas, Texas when the accident occured. They will be released from the hospital this past weekend or the forepart of this week. Mary Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood and Mrs. Conner is a sister of Mrs. Hood who makes her home in Des Moines. Mr. and Mr*. AH Olsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Will and family were hosts to • coffee on Tuesday evening, June 27 honoring Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bradford and family who are moving to the home of Mrs. Rhoda Bonar from their present home. The evening was spent socially and a gift was presented to the Bradfords. The three families have been neighbors for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith received word Monday, June 26 that a son had been born to their daughter and husband, Mr. and, Mrs. Larry Plummer of Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. Pluminer have two other, children. Mrs. Smith flew from Mason City on Wednesday with her son Steve to be with her daughter and new baby son. Mrs. Plummer is the former Linda Smith. Paternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., and maternal great grandfather is Mr. and Mr, and sons Brian tnd house gu««ts of Mr. ind Mrs Murry Movers at tjwjr cottage on Like Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris will be guests Monday through Thurs< day. Mr. Ferris returned •* ter the 4 rf July •««*»: Ferris and Mirk will spend the week. ^ Mr. an* MM* *m*JLf barre hid if guctf* in ths* home tuesdiy of li* w*k until Fridiy, June 9Q, 1£ and Mrs. Irving Mellne «f DecrfleM Beach, FtertA ENDS WED., JUNE J ELVIS PRESLEY IN Easy COIN - Easy Go Starts Thursday JUNE 6 Your Nsw Mr. and Mrs. Allen Salisbury attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Peterson and daughter Kim and a niece, Debbie Beddow of Chester, Minn., have returned from a 10 day trip to Eden Valley, Minn, o nRice Lake, While on vacation the Petersons visited thier daughter, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mile* Sloniker over the June 23 weekend were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Riech of Racine. Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Riech returned on Monday, June 26 taking Mrs. Sloniker's mother, Mrs. William Senne to Kenosha, Wis. on their way to Racine. Mrs. Senne has been visiting her daughter and family for the past month. The ladies of the Algona Country Club met for lunch and bridge on Wednesday, June 28 with Mrs. Roy Bjustrom hostess. Winners in the afternoon bridge were Miss Delia Welter, Mrs. Robert Hillburg and Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. Hostess for the Wednesday, July 5 luncheon and bridge is Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. On Wednesday evening there was a Ladies Stag followed by Fuller Brush Representative JAMES T. YOUNGWIRTH Serving South Kossuth, Letts Creek, and Union Townships Phone 6794254 WESLEY, IOWA EAKL MONDAY ONLY July 3rd COME EARLY OATIS OPEN 7:00 PRIZES —GAMES PUN FOR EVERYONE | DUSK TO DAWN] 4 BIO FEATURES ll. THE GORGON \2. PLAGUE OP THE ZOMBIES THE REPTILE |4. RASPUTIN THE MAD MONK TUESDAY, JULY 41 COME EARLY GATES OPEN 7:00 PRIZES —GAMES FUN FOR EVERYONE FIREWORKS 2BigFeitwros Von Ryan's Express AND The Swinger DON'T MISS OUR FIREWORKS STARTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 5 10 BIG DAYS—Ends Saturday, July 15 Big Reductions on Both Floors Opon Wednesday night'till 9! 1M«BB^« Drastic Savings on ALL Famous Brand Summer feeeeee)eeeeeeeee% ^eeeee»eeee)ee»e»fc PWWWWWWW ajwwwww^wwwwwww—^-w ^ ——• —— — — - ^ »- - v Dresses 11 Sports-1} Lingerie j j COATS i Misses 10-20 Junior 7-15 Half 121/4-24V2 • Maternities w W • • 9 a> wear a) Swim Suits • Shorts a) Jamaica* n I . _ 4 < ( i i i t i ! ! t » I • Bras • Girdles • Slippers a> Sleepwear a) Maternities • I w • e • »'»»pw"« r 5 ! • • Blouses e » J Reduced! I Reduced jj Reduced! a) Save up to 50% on Entire Stock of i Spring Coats Reduced ACCESSORIES • • Hats a> Purses • Hosiery a> Jewelry Reduced i Childrensj Dresses • Infant s) Toddlers • 3 to ox • 7 to 14 Reduced Girls Sportswear : • Swin Suits • Shorti • Blouses • Slacks Reduced >••••••*•••••••• < Childrens i COATS 9 Girls and Boys Ceats sises 3 to 6x and 7 to 14 Reduced Boys Department • Shirts • Pantf • Sherts • Spert Reduced Algona

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