Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 11
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Ex-lrviiKjtM IMI ping to New York Kids have elephant rides City Irvington — The M. L. Van derWiaals, Algona, and Mrs. Florence Oolwell, Irvington, left Friday for Bradley, 111. for the weekend with their children, the Lee Vander' Waals. Lee VanderWaals has been with the J. C. Penny Co., for several years and for three years has been as* sistant manager at the Penny store in Kankakee, 111. Leo has been promoted and will begin working in the J. C. Penny home offices in the field of catalog co-ordination in New York City, August 1. He will begin now to find living quarters for his family and plans to. look for a home outside of New York, in New Jersey or Connecticut. Lee plans to commute to work instead of driving his car. The VanderWaals have three dhil- , dren and Mrs. VanderWaal is the former Geri Colwell, daughter of Mrs. Florence Go-well and sister of Mrs. B. O. Davis, Irvington, and Charles Colwell, St. Benedict. The VanderWaals are both former residents of this area. HAS OPERATION Larry Stiltz, Victorville, Calif., son of Mrs. Wayne Jones, Burt, had surgery Thursday at the Veteran's hospital in Los Angeles for the removal of a temple lobule brain tumor. Saturday evening Larry telephoned from the hospital and talked to his mother here, Mrs. Wayne Jones, Burt, and at this time is apparently getting along very well. Larry is a nehpew of Mrs. Robert Skilling, Irvington, David, Diane and Gary, children of the Lawrence Millers, accompanied the Victor Applegates, Ames, to Okobc- ji Friday. The group, stayed at the Applegate cottage at the Methodist camp site, returning home Saturday. The John Hayes and two daughters, Cedar Rapids, were last weekend visitors with Marguerite Hayes. Guests at Eugene Casey's July 16 were the John Bockes, Robert Casey's, Clarence Caseys and the Marion Cas- eys for birthdays of Larry, three sons moved early this week into th* fof met Wernet house on East McGregor which she recently purchased and on which she plans to make extensive repairs. Mrs. Margutrit* Gardner left Mason City July 26 by plane for Chicago where she attended the wedding of a grandson, Brian Gardner, son of the John Milton Gardners. He Will be leaving soon, for Naval service. From Chicago Mrs. Gardner flew to Des Moines and will remain with the Robert Blackmans, her daughter Trella's family, till after the State Fair. lam Noland at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dykes with three children. Brenda, Brad, and Brent of Kansas City, were Monday guests of the Nolands. All the visitors are former par- ishoners at Estherville. Mr. and Mr*. Howard Schoby, Jr., of Latham, Mo., wero here for the 1949 High School Class reunion held a week ago Friday, aXter first visiting her parents at Garner. Mrs. Schoby is a former physical .training teacher in Algona, and is now teaching at Latham. Howard's parents, the senior Schobys, farm near Latham. phant. Mrt. Dtnni* Gahan it coming from Iowa Falls today to pick up her two daughters, Julie and Jodie, who have been visiting their grand par- enits, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, who took them to Okoboji for the weekend which they spent with the Murray Mowers family. Mr. and Mr.. J. K. Lytle and son Kurt got home Friday from a vacation trip to the Canadian Rockies. They drove PROBABLY THE biggest single attraction at the Ridiculous Day circus was the ele- on a Forestry Trunk Road for Throughout the day hundreds of children enjoyed their rides atop the big animal, about 500 miles through seen- Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. ic country in which they • _^_____ camped, canoed and fished. Enroute back they stopped to see Mrs. Lytle's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, who have sold their trailer home at Walker and are now in their son Bob's trailer at Agency Bay where they will remain for a month or more. Mr. and Mr«. Peter Pickford and their four children, •Houston, Texas, visited her parents, the D. E. Dewels, all of last week, left Sunday evening for Clear Lake. There they a're spending all of this week in a cottage with Mrs. R. S. Pickford of Cedar Rapids, who is entertaining the Peter Pickfords and two other sons and their families who came from California and Washington, D. C. for a week together at the lake. Mr. and Mrt. E. L. Woltott took the tetter's mother, Mrs. C. F. Wheeler, to Faiffield Friday and remained there till Sunday. Mrs. Wheeler was released that morning from. St. Ann hospital where she was a patient for mote than six weeks. She is now staying with her. other daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Waggamon, with whom she has made her home for some (time. Mr. and Mrt. Donald C. Ferris and son Mark are going to Keokuk today and will remain for the weekend with iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schouten. On Saturday, August 5, they will attend the 1 noon wedding there of a neph- o\v of Mr. Ferris, and on August 19, they will return there for the wedding of a niece to •take place in Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Sands, Golden, Colo., and their son James who was on leave from bhe Navy visited Vcrner's mother, Mrs. Mary Sands, and his brother Russell's family from Tuesday evening to Friday of last week. When they returned home Mrs. AlgoflA (lewij THURSDAY, AUG. I, 194? f ^^^^ ^a.::_ Mary Sands accojnpauied .them and will remain fof a time. Her grandson, Ja/mfcs, has completed a course -,in Electronics and Computing and is to report by August 7 at the Naval base in London, Conn, Mrt. Ruth Mackmin, Rad< ford, Va., with her daughter's family, Doctors Norman And Joanna Harris and their two small children, a three year old daughter an eight week old son of Nashville, Tertii., arrived Sunday evening at the Fred Geigel home where they remained until this morning. Mrs. Hackman, widow of Mrs. Geigel's only brother, George, is Head of the Home Econorrt- ics Department ait Virginia State Teachers College at Radford. Dr. Norman Harris is entering Vanderbilt University in Nashville, next week to begin a three year course of specialization in Internal Medicine. His wife, Dr. Johanna Harris, is also a physician and works for the Head Start program at Nashville. 15, son of the Eugene Cas- eys, and his grandfather, Robert Casey. Last Sunday the Robert Caseys, the Clarence Caseys and the Eugene Cas- eys were at Marion Casey's for Mrs. Marion Casey's and daughter Shelia's birthdays. Mrs. Leona Zeimet and the George Diers, Bancroft, and the Gerald Wilhites, Corwith, were Sunday guests at Orville Thill's. Mrs. Estelle Seip returned Friday from Renselar, Ind., where she had been visiting Mrs. Hazel Tobin. Mrs. Ronald Waldera phoned Sunday evening to let her parents, the Verl Pattersons, know that they were settled in the Terrace Mobile Unit, Oak Harbor, Whidley Island. L/Cpl. and Mrs. Ronald Waldera and son Bobby left here by car July 10 and arrived at their destination, Cult Field, Naval Air Station, Around Algona by ONIBTA DIDRIKSEN Phon.lf5.2405 1111111111111111111111 Mrt. Hugh Pott entertained her Bridge Club yesterday at the Honsbruck's Okoboji home, with luncheon and cards following. Sound, Wash., where Ronald was stationed Judy 14. Terry Johnson .is expected home Sunday from Guernsey, Wyo., where he was on National Guard maneuvers. Terry is on the F.D.C. control of the artillery, and belongs to the Humboldt division. ; Visiting 1 the'Tony Elbert's, • Irvington, from i Tuesday' to Friday was their niece, Ramona Goodman, daughter of the Ray Goodmans, Algona. Jack Williams cam* from Des Moines Thursday and remained till Tuesday with his parents, the Bob Williams. •That day he flew to California and is visiting his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. & Mrs. Ben Herbst who recently moved into a new home at Santa Ana. Jack has enlisted in the Army and is get- Puget ting in this vacation prior to Pearson's brother Stan: Greiner, her sister, Irma Greiner, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Murchland at Coronado. Tney expect to be away two weeks and during Mrs. Pearson's absence, Maxine Momyet will be working for her at the County Clerk's office. The Jerry Cowans and two children are moving this week into their newly completed home on Suoth Woodworth Street. David Camp, ten of induction. Jim damps, left July 25 by bus from Spencer for Texas The- Robert Bennett family to begin training in the Air returned Sunday evening Force. He was nineteen the from Unionville, Mo., where they had visited Mrs. Bennett's parents on the week- enits end. following day. On the day preceding has departure, his par- entertained for him. Guests were his grandmother Camp from Columbus, Nebr., Mrt. Carl Pearton and sen his- grandmother Gardner, Monte will drive. to Sioux his uncle, Curtis Gardner and Falls early tomorrow and fly Becky Heller. from there to California where they will visit Mrs. Mrs. Midge Kuetter and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Owens and two children, Highland. Ind., were among guests at the annual Boever's family reunion held Sunday at Fenton. Mr. Owens is the youngest son of .the late Mr. and Mrs. Vem Owens former Algon- ians who came here from Burt. The Fred Geigels and M. G. Mortons also attended the Boevers reunion. The annual Blinkman family reunion was held Sunday at the Walter Blinkman home in Wallingford. In attendance from here were the Homer Cliarks, the William Foths, Mrs. Lily Foth, the Stanley Muckey family, and Mrs. Muckey's parents, the Julius BMcmans who came Friday and remained till Monday taking their granddaughter Paltty Muckey with them to **"* Mrs. Harry Brandt and 'Mrs. Evelyn Brandt of Estiher- ville, were Saturday evening guests Of Rev. and Mrs. Will- DRIV STARLITE HOME MUNSTER GRIZZLY NIGHT publi FREE AUG WEDNESDAY IT PAYS TO GO ELECTRIC! No kidding - your Utilities company will actually PAY YOU to enjoy the advantages of Electric Power and Energy. The Algona Municipal Utilites will pay the following amounts on the installation of electric appliances and household equipment. SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER FOR VALUE CERTIFICATES I ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING PER CUSTOMER FOR WINDOW UNIT - $10.00 PER CUSTOMER FOR CENTRAL UNIT - $20.00 ELECTRIC HOUSE HEATING $5.00 PER KW PHONE •$523 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ELECTRIC WATER HEATER . . . $25.00 ELECTRIC RANGE..... ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER Effective AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER . . . $10.00 AUTOMATIC WASHER REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER PHONE •SS23 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

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