Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1967
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Last rites on Wednesday for Mrs. Keith Services were held Wednesday, August 9, at McCulloUgh funeral chapel for Mrs. Harry Keith, 67, who died last week in Auburn, Calif. Rev. Frank Harcey officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Sue N. Riebhoss was born September 27, 1900, the daughter of John and Flora Rieb- hoss, of the Burt area. Her husband, Harry Keith, preceded her in death in 1949. Surviving are children, Everett, Minneapolis; Richard, Aubuurn, Calif.; and Mrs. C. W. (Harriet) Schllchting, also Auburn, Calif. Also surviving are brothers and sisters, Mrs. Frank Sud- meir (Josephine), Marshfield, Wise.; Mrs. Alfonse Mescher (Jean), McGregor, Minn.; Mrs. Roy Crawford (Betty); Fullerton, Calif.; Mrs. George Jaros (Camilla), Minneapolis; and Vern Riebhoss, Bancroft. There are four grandchildren. LOCALS Annual reunion held Sunday at lone Rock L«n. R*ck — The 9th annual Theesfield reunion was held Sunday at the Lone Rock Legion hall with 50 registering. Other towns and states represented were Armstrong, Fairtnont, Lakota, Emmetsburg, Oelwein, Storm Lake;, Sheldon and Wisconsin. Hostesses were the Frank Dreyers, Lone Rock, Jack Tiemans, iBurt, and Lloyd Sundes, Penton. NO CHURCH SUNDAY There will be no church service or Sunday school August 13 at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Members of the congregation are urged to visit the church of their choice. Rev. Bullock will bo in pulpit Sunday, August 20 at 9 a.m.. Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Diane and Gary, arrived home Sunday. They brought Mrs. Elmer Potter who had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Scott Moore, They visited friends and relatives in Des Moines, Waterloo, Atlantic and Madrid. They also visited the state capitol and historical building. The Vic Applegates also visited in Des Moines. The Wallace Erdmant returned home Sunday. They visited friends in Muscatine since Thursday and brought home the daughter Denice, who had spent the week in Muscatine. Lawrence Miller attended the funeral of a relative at Amboy, Minn, last week. The Jim Potter family came from Nevada to spend the weekend and took home with them the son Mike who had spent the week with his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter. W. C. Taylor it home from Fort Dodge, coming Saturday from Mercy hospital where he had been hospitalized several days. Mrs. Opal Brown, widow of August Brown, her son August Jr., are here from Tampa, Fla. and are visiting with relatives and friends. Hannah Brown, of Marshalltown, has been here and the guests will also visit with her there. They were supper guests last week Wednesday of Mrs. C. N, Robinson and Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thilges and Julie have returned from a two weeks vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mogler, at Niaota, 111., the latter of whom is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McEvoy. From there they went to St. Louis, Mo., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Fitzgerald, then to the Ozarks and Hot Springs, Ark. At Colgate, Okla., they visited Mr. Thilges' uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kress and at Fort Sill, Okla. they were with Jerry's brother Marvin who is in service. They report the Ozarks area has having been very warm. Mrs. Clytie Roepke, a resident of Good Samaritan Home 1, has been visited by her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and M rS A A Il n Camer °n, of Minot, N. D They were joined here by the son and wife Mr. and H S ' *} yde Roepke - of Tanw, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cameron, of Osage. The Alan Camerons went from here for a further vacation in Utah .^ •"«! Mrs. Lyle Steele attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Linda Thilpes and Floyd May, both of Des Moines. The wedding was Aug. 5 at St. John's Catholic church there. Linda is the Th¥ hter n 0 J Mr " and Mrs ' L *° Thilges, Charles City. Art Spear, Sherburn, Minn., spent several days last week with local relatives. Ttrry Brandow and hit wife came to Algona last week. He has his discharge from the Navy after four year's service. His plans for the future are indefinate. Judy and Roulit Murphy, of Omaha, spent the weekend at the Pat Murphy home. Rosalie is a 1967 graduate of Garrigan and is now employed in the accounting department of Brandies Dept. Store in Omaha. FOR SALE —1962 Harley Davidson. 74 Cycle, excellent condition, $800. Phone 886-2251, Lakota, Iowa. 62-63* OPEN HOUSE DATED Open house will be hold in Dhe Fenton, Methodist church, August 13 from 2 to 4 p.<m. for the 50Ih weddimg of the John OBehrends, Lone R'ock. Their children will sponsor the event. No gifts are requested. PICNIC IS DATED The Lone Rock Legion and Auxiliary will hold an annual picnic for members and families at Swca City park this comimg Sunday for noon dinner. The Ralph Hammcrstromo, Janet and Perry Elmers spent the weekend in St. Paul visit- irtg Mrs. 'Haimmerstirom's mother, Mrs. Wanneta Post They 'also saw both Saturday and Sunday, Twin games at the stadium. Pame'la Strormbarg, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her aunt and uncle, the Ralph Hammerstroms. 'Mrs. Hulda Schultz, De- Smddt, S. D., is visiting at thic A. A. Kruegers and Fredrick Sdiultzes. The Gordon Muellers, Milwaukee, Wis., visited from Wednesday to Saturday at Fritz Newbrough's and with other relatives in this area. The Wayne Muellers, Aurora, III., came Sunday to visit the Fritz Newbroughs and othelr relatives. ILeon Denihart, Sioux C%, visited Friday and Salturdby •at Roy Jensen's. Harrv Hobson, Clarion, Mm Wendell Roberts, San Diego, the Mathews family, SttUbufy, Ft*., visited friends tn thin Met Friday. The Carl Petersons arrived home Friday from an extended visit widfi friends and relatives in Nebraska and Wyoming, The Arlo Hansons and family have moved from Lone Rock to the Saxtons apartments, formerly Baileys store in Fenton. The Jesse Blanchards, Jill arid Cynthia, left Monday to visit Mrs. Blanchard's parents, the H. K. Drowns, Des Moines. A birthday party was held Tuesday at Mrs. Maude Blanchard's for her birthday. Guests were Mesdames Frank Flaig, «m Long, Rose Kraft, Jack Quinn, Andrew Thornsen, Harry Schroeder, Hulda Sohultz, and Neva Thompson. A small crowd gathered from Lone Rock at the chapel on the Presbyterian camp grounds Sunday morning. Present we're the Roy Jensens, A. A. Kruegers, Clair Bollinigers, E, A. Lees and Michael, Rev. and Mrs. Carol Whitehouse, and the Willis Cottons. The pot luck dinner was at the Cotton cottage on Millers Bay. Kermit Krueger left for his home Wednesday at Forest Park, Minn. Joy Kraft, Denise Votteler, Susan Fortney, Dale Person, and Brian Brace arrived home after 10 days at the Dolliver State Camp. The Harlan Blanchards are home after a week at Little Boy Lake, Longvillc, Minn. Tuesday dinner guests at Wilfred Radig's wdre the Herman Radigs, Breckinridge, Minn., James Radigs and son, Red Lake, Minn. Harvest festival at Ringsted two days Harvest Festival Days will be Friday and Saturday at Ringsted, featuring many entertainment features. One event will be an old fashioned threshing demonstration with a separator powered by an antique steam engine both afternoons from 2 to 4 p.m. Society AT MASON CITY EVENT A retirement party was held Sunday in the Moose park northeast of Mason City for J. R. Cook, who for 25 years ORDER FUEL OIL NOW FILL UP BEFORE THE FALL RUSH! You get the finest quality fuel, oil for less money at Viking. 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BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Duane Dewel was hostess to her bridge foursome Monday afternoon. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Rose Sigsbee entertained the "Eight Specks" 500 club Wednesday evening. *• We hope you'll enjoy THE 1967 KOSSUTH COUNTY PAIR! We extend a personal invitation to you to visit our display booth .. ^ and see our aerial photos of every farm in Kosstith w County plus our soil map. REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES! Ricklefs & Geelan - Insirers & Realtors- PHONI S-1W1 ALOONA SUMMER BERMUDAS BROKEN SIZES 1/3 OFF REGULAR PRICE off REGULAR PRICE NOW IN PROGRESS BOYS SUMMER SLACKS ODD SIZES 50% OFF REGULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE BERMUDA SfrORf S 1/3 OFF REGULAR PRICE SWIM SUITS 1/3 OFF REGULAR PRICE BOYS SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS and KNIT SHIRTS 30% off REGULAR PRICE QUALITY MEN'S & BOYS CLOTHING ALOONA, IOWA QUALITY 1 MEN'S & BOYS CLOTHING ... THE TWO BIGGEST LETTERS ATM KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR - STOP BY AND SEE US ! ALGONA IMPLEMENT Cwi.mirf.il mm

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