Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1967 · Page 6
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I see by the Advance..." — NEWS IKIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — Iowa. The proceeding week, Mike Koob attended Scout , — camp at Like Okoboji while on Saturday, July ft and wefe the .fourJ^ger mtnbett guests during the past week, of the Koob family vijtted at On Saturday evening, Mjr 8 the home of Mrs. Kootfi pa*six couple* Joined the Mikk efttt, Mr. and Mr*. Dave De< ers and their gueata Mr. and Cook of Sigourneyjowa. The Mrs. Paulson for an evening children were with their of gotf and dinner at the grandparents a week. Algona Country Club. Those —— attending were Mr, and Mrt. Dean Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Mr. and Mr*. Phil Taylor, ton of Mr. and Of. and Mrt. Harold trick* Mrs. Rex Taylor and Daniel son and daughter Lynn and Siaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karen spent Saturday* My Cornelius fcu#J«r ,,£*!! 15 visiting at the home of Mrs. named to the Dean's list at Dr. and Mrt. Harold trick- son' attended the Contact Leas Convention held at Lake Okoboji from Tuesday, July 18 until Thursday, July 20 of last week. The convention was held at the New Inn. 0«n« ChritchillM, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles celebrated his 12th birthday on Monday, July 17 and in honor of the occasion Gene was host to five of his friends at an overnight party. Guests wore Randy Nielsen, Kevin Owens, Paul Martin, Mickey Anderson, Shannon Lynch and Gene's cousin, David Chrischilles. Ramon* Goodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goodman spent several days recently visiting at the homo of an aunt, Mrs. Anthony Elbert of Irvington. Mr. and MM. Jon Putnam had as dinner guests on Monday evening, July 17, Mrs. Putnam's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Doug White of Denver, Colo, and Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of Lu- Veme, parents of Mrs. Putnam and Mrs. White. Mr. and Mrs. White spent Sunday, July 16 at the trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Putnam at Lake Okoboji, and spent the past week with Mrs. White's parents in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrt. Tad Morbtt and daughters Lori and Teri have just returned from a two week vacation at the summer home of Mrs. Hertost's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lacy in Rhinelander, Wis. Mr. Herbst left for Rhinelander on a fishing trip in Canada with Mr. Lacy and other members of the family. They returned to Algona on Wednesday, July 12. Mr. Paul Seeley with hit grandsons, Steve and David Chrischilles attended the Minnesota Twins ball games on Sunday, July 16 at Met Stadium in Minneapolis. Vititing Mr. and Mrt. Oltn Shore are their two daughters, Mrs. Jerry Moon and family of Yuma, Ariz., the .former Mary Shore, and Mrs. Jack DeBloune and daughter Shelia, of Waterloo. Mrs. De- Bloune is the former Carol Shore. Mrs. Moon will be visiting here during the month and Mrs. DeBloune returned to her home last week. Mr. DeBloune spent the July 14 weekend with his family and Mr. and Mrs. Shore returned on Sunday. Mr. and Mrt. Androw Gollner had as guests sevejfal weeks ago, Mr. Gollner's sister and husband, Mr. and •Mrs. Walter Rainwand of Milwaukee, Wis. and Mr. and Mrs. Eld Walet of Racine, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Walet are a niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Reinwand. 1. I Cllin iTmvMBW") •••* » — - — —Leo Cassel, Mr. and Mrs Jack Chrischilles, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Greenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris. Mr. and Mrt. Ray Wetcel had as afternoon guests Mon Mr. and Mrt. J*m»t IV lecky and four daughters have Just recently returned from a 16 day vacation in Montreal, Canada where they visited the Expo 67.. From Montreal the Telecky family spent several days on Lake Superior and enroute home visited at the home of Mr. and a as aernoon - " w "~v"i" ""«_ i_~ r>_...,«~. dav Julv 17 their daughter Mrs. Jake Tracy in Crandon, 1 *. - i Tht ladies bridge attocia- tion of the Algona Country Club met on Wednesday, July 19 for a luncheon followed by an afternoon of bridge. Winners for the day were Mrs. Wendell French, Mrs. Norbert Kelly and Mrs. Elmer Dole. Hostesses for the lunch and bridge was Mrs. Virgil Gunder. Wednesday, July 26 the ladies bridge association will meet with Mrs. Mel Bay as hostesses. Mr. and Mrt. Robert Nord had as dinner guests Monday, July 17 in their home, Rev. and Mrs. Lavern Hanson of Mason City. Rev. Hanson is the Senior Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City. Mr. and Mrt. Jim Milder had as guests from La Habra, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paulson and two children, Chris and Kathy. Mrs. Paulson is a sister of Mrs. Milder. The Paulsons arrived in Algona and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Benning and four children of Corwith. The family celebrated the birthday of Mr. Benning on that day. Vititing Mr. and Mrt. Dick Post several days last week wore Mr. and Mrs. Mautry White of DCS Moines. Mr. White is a brother of Mrs. Post. St. Thomat Epitcopal Guild will meet Thursday, July 27 in the church undercroft at two o'clock instead of the regularly scheduled meeting. Mr. and Mrt. Rutted Gutter had as house guests Thursday and Friday, July 13 and 14, Mrs. Ouster's brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Donald Churchill of Bemidji, Minn. . The Tracy's are an aunt _.._ uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Telecky. They also visited with their grandparent* Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lambert, while in Crandon, before returning home. The Telecky's were most impressed with the Expo 67 inspite of the long waiting at each pavillion, but felt it was well worth the time as each pavillion was so spectacular. They were especially fond of the Telephone Pavillion and felt it was one of the highlights of the Expo. They returned to Algona on July 16 having made the trip with an overnight camper. The Newcomert Club met Tuesday evening, July 18 at Sid's Cafe. Newly elected officers were installed and they are Mrs. Rex Kooyman, pres.; Mrs. Roger E. Long, Vice Pres.; Mrs. Jerry Benson, Secy; and Mrs. Jack Black, Treas. Mr. William Wyatt Iowa State University at Ames for the spring quarter. Also on the Dean's list from the surrounding area are Donald Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer of Whittemore, Sheri Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus of LuVerne, Dale Risius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Risius, Buffalo Center, Dina Berkland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland, and Robert Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland, of Cylinder, Trudy Huskamp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp of Ringsted, Larry Thorsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thorsen of Thompson, and Wayne Banwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al- •bert Ban wart of West Bend. Students attain the Dean's List by earning grade-point averages of 3.5 or more carrying at least 15 credit hours. Congratulations to these area students for their high scholarship during the spring quarter. Mr. and Mrt. Robert Ruttell and daughter left Sunday, July 23 for a weeks vacation at Spirit Lake. Vititing Mrt. Theo Hutchison were her grandchildren, Holly Hutchison, daughter of ..„.„,. .._. . ,. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hutchison presented a most interesting of Des Moines and Charles program on his rock collection and Steve Carroll, sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll of San Jose, Calif. Charles and Steven have been visiting here this past month while Holly has been with her grandmother for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrt. Frank Rueb were visited over the July 14 weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Dennis of White Bear Lake, Minn. Mrs. Dennis is the former Betty Reid, whoso family lived here for many years. The Dennis's returned to White Bear on Sunday. Dr. and Mrt. Dean Koob had as guests Saturday, July 15 through Thursday, July 20, Mrs. Koob's brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. Larry DeCook and family of Newton, during the evening. Mr. Wyatt is the Call Park Custodian Bridge was played and the winners were Mrs. Jim Slater, 1st and Mrs. Theresa Mueller, 2nd. Winners in 500 were Mrs. Jack Black and Mrs. Garry Davis. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle. Hostesses for the evening were iMrs. Bonnie Ross and Mrs. Beverly Wagner. Attending the Newcomers meeting for the first time were Mesdaimes Mary E. Cagwin, DeEtta Twedt, Jo Johnson, Ethel Daman, Elida Goerndt, Vivian Nord, Cheryl Walsh and Rita Derner. The next regularly scheduled meeting of Newcomers will be at 7:45 on Tuesday, August 15 at Sid's Cafe. Mr. and Mrt. Jerry Ferrit had as guests in their home this past week their daughter, Mrs. Al Andreason and Mrs. Denzil Fossberg and son of Racine, were also guests of the Ferris's during the past week, arriving on Saturday, July 15. Mr. and Mrt. Harold Sundet were in Des Moines over the July 14 weekend attending a 25th reunion of the Navy Seabee's held at the Holiday Inn. This is an annual event and the Sundet's were able to visit with many friends they had not seen for quite a few years. On Sunday, July 23 Mr. and Mrs. Sundet drove to St. Charles, 111. to attend the National Guardian Liifc Convention held at the Pleasant Run Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Sundet will return on Wednesday, July 26. Mrt. Harold Andrew and three daughters spent from Sunday, July 16 until Wednesday, July 19 visiting at the home of Mrs. Andrew's father, Mr. Max Bumann of Hoi- stein, Iowa. Efickson's brother and fain* ily, Mr. and Mrs 0. D. And* erson of Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrt. Franklin Kern and son Stucey will be spending A few days vacation' ing at Lake Okoboji, having left for the lake today. Zeta XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Seeberg for a Potluck picnic with their husbands. The evening was spent socially. Weekend guettt July 15 of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thoreson at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh on Lake Okoboji were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Asmussen and daughter Lori of Neligh, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Thoreson and children, David and Becky returned to Algona on Monday and Lori returned with them to be a guest at the Thorsson home this past week. . . John, Dana, and Sara Clapsaddle, children of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle were guests this past week at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. George Sherrin of Burlington. While the children were in Burlington, Dr. and Mrs. Clapsaddle vacationed at Clear Lake and Lake Okoboji. They returned to Algona over the weekend. University of Nebraska Hospital in Omaha. Joyce was home for 5 days, hiving re> turned on Sunday, July to. Guests of Mr. and Mre. Huenhold from Wednesday until Friday of last week were Rev. and Mrs. Myron Brower and two members of their family, DeAnne and Steve. Rev. and Mrs. Brower are former residents of Algona and are now living in Sioux City. combe, and Kay Uhdefterg, Port Dodge, are viMtmg their grandparents, the Henry Olsons for a few d*ys. Mr*. Wallace Underberg and daughter, Fort Dodge, were also Friday afternoon visitor*. The Mike Coyles and fiver- Ottosen Mrt. Donald Other Brian Hundertmark, Genoa, Goto., had his llth birthday July 17, as a guest at a supper at Albert Thorsen's. Other guests were his grandmother, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark, West Bend, the Charles Welters and David. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, Clara, Omer and Herman. Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Whit temore, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Lone Rock, and) Mrs. Chester Alme visited Mrs. John Sones at Laurens Thursday. It was a belated birthday for Mrs. Sones. Barbara Anderson, Dun- S^em, N. C, visited the Marvin Wlers at Spring Valley, Minn. Wednesday. The Raymond Borkowakis and Pat and the Robert Me* Cormacks, Rutland, had a camping and fishing trip last week at Silver Lake, Center Lake and Okoboji. The Dean Telfords attended the Wiess reunion at Qotch park Tuesday night. Bancroft man wins color TV Joseph H. Kemna, Bancroft, Iowa, has won a 25" color television console, third prize in a nationwide "How To Succeed In Business" sweepstakes sponsored by the Duplicating Products Division of 3M Company, St. Paul, Minn. Announcement of the award was made by Marvin Klepfer, Advanced Systems, Inc., Waterloo, Iowa. Mr. and Mrt. Jim Evtrdt were visited this past week by their granddaughter, Susan Everds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Everds of Allison, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Everds are spending a week in Canada on a fishing trip and brought their daughter home on the July 22 weekend. Sara Chritchillot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chris- chilles celebrated her 9th birthday on Saturday, July 22. In honor of the occasion Sara invited several of her friends to a theatre party and afterwards returned to her home for refreshments. Visiting Mr. and Mrt. "Tunnie" Huenhold was there daughter, Joyce of Omaha, Nebr. Joyce is the head nurse in the Pediatrics Dept. at the Basement Sale (Continues during Shop This Big Event Friday and Saturday During "Ridiculous Daze" BEGINS TUES. JULY 25th - 9 a. m. uiu mill nnnni DRES ONE WEEK EARLIER!!! PRICES LOWER THAN BEFORE!!! BEGINS TUES. JULY 25th - 9 a TO CHOOSE FROM LOWEST PRICES LADIES' BATHING SUITS '3.98 -12.98 SPORTSWEAR SLACKS — BLOUSES — SHORTS — SKIRTS Ladies' Millinery >1.98 - '2.98 QUALITY FOR 96 YEARS ALGONA, IOWA

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