Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1967 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 7, 1967
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Sign for slow moving vehicles .A , »• , «r-V : * ' TO WYOMING REUNION Mrs. Sarah Smith left Fri day with her aon-in-tew and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Kranz of Lockport, Hi., to ai- tend a family reunion at Cheyenne, Wyo. Thte Krarzee had been at Evansville, Minn, for awhile, then went back to Lockport. They are making the trip in a camper they recently purchased. Mrs. Smith has been living in ah apart ment at Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster's but will be moving into the Wibben apartment on West Nebraska street. HONORED AT LUNCHEON Mrs. Myra Ostrum entertained a few friends at a one ' o'clock luncheon FHdly for Mrs. Selma Godfredson, former Algonan, who has been spending the summer wtth her son Lowell Samp and family. Guwte were Mrs. Elizabeth Post, Mrs. Nellie Van Al- Jen, Mrs. Bernadine Allen, Mrs. Esther Helberg, Mrs. Hazel Vera, and Mrs. Leote Geigel. The afternoon was spent at cards. WILL BE MARRIED < .Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mete-! ger of Whittemore announce! the engagement of their dfeu- J ghter, Jane, to Carlos Meiss • of Fairbury, 111., son of Mr.! and Mrs. Eli Meiss, also of! Fairbury. A November wed-1 ding is being planned. BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES "Completely Appointed Home*" •t feUVIRNI • WISLIY • TITONKA • CORW1TH • RINWICK "24-Hour Ambulance Service" LOCALS MIKE KNECHT of Taylor Implement Co., Algona, mounts a Slow Moving Vehicle emblem on one of the firm's tractors in the above photo. The emblem, a nationally- recognized sign, has a yellow-orange center which glows in bana, 111. Buren is a research chemist and his wife is an R. N. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne returned Wednesday from three weeks vacation at Gass Lake, Minn. Mrs. Selma Godfredson has been spending the summer with her son and daughiter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Samp. She will be leaving later for Allison to see her brother Albert Werner and from there will go to Los Angeles, Calif., to spend the winter with her son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. En route she will stop at Sioux City to see her son- daylight and a red border which glows at night. Day or night, it is visible for 1,000 feet or more. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Mr. and Mrs. David Sweet and children returned to their home in Chicago, Thursday, •after visiting friends and relatives here and at Bancroft for the past two weeks. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman went to Austin, Minn., Sunday to meet their daughter Marcia, Mrs. Dan Jones and sons, of LaCrosse, Wis., who will be here for a visit of ten days. Mr. Jones will join them here the following Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit have 'had as recent guests their son Michael and wife, and four sons, of Cedar Rapids. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Porter are going to Vermiliion, S. D., next weekend to be present when their son Don receives his Master's degree, in education. They will go there Aug. 12. Horace King, well known former Algonan, has written a friend he plans to leave his home in Sunnyvale, OalLf. on Aug. 7 or 8 and will stop at Rapid City and Red Owl, S. D., to transact some business and will then come to Algona for a visit with friends. His father was employed at the court house many years aigo and their home was the one owned late"r by the William Beckers. It is the last house on the west side of Thorington street near the swimming pool. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey are being visited this weekend by the former's brother Melvin, of Taooma, Wash. He has been in northern Minnesota attending a convention. For some time he has been industrial mediator at Tacoma. Ho is a well known former Algon- an. Mrs. Fern Foster has been in Storm Lake visiting with her granddaughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seller. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby had as guests not long ago the iatter's brother-in-law Hans Ree and three children, of Bentley, Alberta, Canada, and two of South Dakota, and a son Buren and his wife of Ur- wV^B^sTO^V ^b • yVft^i^p North Iowa NOMS with DM Mi — IN THE — "I •each MOKE THAN THREE TIMES THE NUMMER OP HOMES IN THE PEACH THAN ANY OTHER PRINTED MEDIUM. The "Peach" appears in nine area newspapers *<* one ed cover* ell nine > papers. MANY PROVEN SUCCESS STORIES ALREADY WITH PEACH ADVERTISING. Try your next ed in the Poach •— Exclusive in Advance end iancroft Register in KeetvHi County- M 216-2424 or IpP^PMpjr^Bp^^Bjl^^ ^Pw Mil tow od lo in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Bradbury who at that time will have as visitors their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rasmussen of Glen Rock, N. J. Mrs. Harriet Lynch and her mother Mrs. James Thurston, of yirginia, Minn., are vacationing at a lake in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald have purchased the Craig Smith house at 208 East Grove street. The Smiths are having a house built in the Robinson addition in the Country Club vicinity. The house now occupied by th« MacDonalds at 504 So. Moore street is owned by Joel Herbst and is not for sale, but was erroneously reported recently as sold. The Smiths plan to give possession. Nov. 1. The George Conklin family will be well remembered land recently the son Bob and his wife were callers at the Lloyd 'Muckey's and were enroute to Rapid City. He is a minister in North Dakota near the Canadian line. His father George and wife live at Jamestown, N. D. -Algona (Iowa) Advance MONDAY, AUG. 7. 1967 H E A T I IV G AIR CONDITIONING • vat Conversion! • Kohler Fixture* • Myert PumpV R.J.FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge, Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••gfl Notice to all LP Gas Distributors The West Bend Community School it accepting bid* for LP Ga» for the Rodman Center, Rodman, Iowa. 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