Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
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Champion carcass calf ' *" ,ta«fZ . ' . ™ . " . - ' • .'. 's, ''- '- ---'iV •--:- \\iifi-ii'---- -' 1 i--"i • -in * 9™ J<»e, .Calif, with Mr*, tftmt Thl«l rtttntly son ittd daughtef-irvkw, Mr returned from i visit of aft and Mr» Leroy Scherer. The weeks to Sacramento, C«Jif. Leiroy ^Chcrers «fe ptrento of with her son-in-law and daugh- a son bom . f ecentiy wtom . tcr, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Ra*. they have rrtrmxl Keltey Chri* muMen . topher .; 4 k . Mrt. Alfrtd Schtrar, f»atri« Mr* ami Mr*. MflaM J**i> tit, Miry and Tom have re- enson, Diane, Jean and J*m turned from a two weeks visit have returned from a recent —-———_« vacation at Spirit Ltk*. • < Mr. and Mri. Jerry Law* man vacationed a few days in Detroit, Mich, and saw some league baseball. game*,,,They returned home this weekend. Mr«. Ethel Potter ha« re. turned from Minneapolis, Minn, where she .had spent six weeks with her sister Mrs. Nettie Campbell. Mrs. Oam|)'bell came home wMh. her and will remain here for several Mr, and Mr*. L, M. Robinson were visited Monday by her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James MoCulloth of Altopna.. Mrs. Robinson suffered a-'.broken left elbow in a fall early in , July and a part of-the. cast has been removed. In the fall she also sustained an injury to her right wrist but is slowly recovering from both. Mr*. Jew La*hbrook took Mrs. Jake Godden >• to, Fort Dodge Monday as an pbserv- ianoe of Mrs. Godden's : birthday. Mr. Godden's birthday was the same day but he doesn't get out much as he is recovering from cataract surgery performed in Chicago, 111. awhile.ago. Their son,.Waif-. ren telephoned them Sunday from Chicago and he and ihis wife and children plan to be^ here Friday for.a visit. ,. ( Sherry Baker *p*nt the THE GRAND championship carcass calf was shown by Kathy Jensen Wednesday afternoon at the Kossuth County Fair. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. new sanitarium. . . later to enter an art school. Mr. «nd Mr*. Harold Han- .Ion, Chicago, 111.,, and Mrs. Elizabeth Larkin and daughter Mary, Dwight, 111., visited last weekend at the Joe Cogley home and > attended the ; wedding of Dorothy .Cogley aind Leland Gtein. . -. Mr. and Mr*. Wesley Bart- letit and Bret spent .the week;, end at New Sharon with the former's father, Dr. George Bartlett. ••< - ••••; .,-.••:..•.• >> Mr. ami Mr*. Vollie North of Tulsa, Okla^ "haW beett here visiting with Mrs. Elmer and Mrs. Ferman Heinen are parents of a son born August 19 at Mooreland. He has been named Scott Phillip. Mrs. Wilfred St. John, of Denver, Colo, is assisting in the care of the family. Mr. and Mr*. Wilfred Laur- iitson had as guests at a family dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lauritson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Lauritson of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Halyor- son of Fort podge .and the respective families. Mr*.-Laura Hough and Gertrude Woith. of Owatonna, Minn, have returned from 'little Rock, Ark. where they visited with Mrs. Hough's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Airs. Bob Holcomb. Mr. and Mr*. Ferman Heinen were visited one day last week by their son Joe and wife and twin sons Bruce and immittMinHiinniii niiiiiii iimiiiiiiiimiMiiliiiiitMi MiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiliiiinHiniiiiminii : Vaske and Jerry include a son, .Lawrence of Chicago and two -'other grandsons. Beginning Sunday, September 3 the Methodist church will return to the fall hours of services. Sunday school will 'be at 9:15 a.m, and Divine Worship at 10:30 a.m.: August 27 is Promotion Day in Sunday school at 9 a.m. Mr. and Mr*. Je** Dygan nt the weekend , at Sioux Mrs. LeConte dies Saturday at Bancroft Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Donatus Catholic Church in St. Donatus, Iowa' for Mrs. Elizabeth Le Conte, 76, of Bancroft. Burial was in the. church cemetery there. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Le Conte died Saturday, August 19 at her home in Ban-croft, where she lived with her daughter, Mrs. John (Dolores) Vaske and grandson, Jerry Vaske. 'Mrs. LeConte was born in 1891 at St. Donatus, the daughter of Hillary and Angeline Da- - vis. She was the last survivor of a family of eight children. She married Jacob LeConte in 1912 at St. Donatus. She has resided in Bancroft since 1934, Where she was a longtime member of St. John's Altar Society. • ,. . Survivors in addition to Mrs. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvcttar Wagnar CALL ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES FOR 90c (or less) That's all it costs for a three- minute station call after 8 p.m. daily and all day Sunday. Additional minutes each 25jzi or less. Enjoy a family reunion by telephone! Northwestern Bell DIAL DIRECT^ Fast, Personal. Easy daughler of the c late • Maurice Kelley. His widow'Laura Kelley lives at Vinton and the Norths had visited with- her, prior to com; ing here last week Tuesday and remaining till Thursday of the same week! Mr. and Mr*. Clifford Henson; have been here from Sioux City visiting with v> < Mr. and Mrs. Russell ^Kelley: and other relatives among whom were Mr. Hansons father, Harold Hanson, a resident ait Good Samaritan Home '•.!.( '-.-."'v*--:'-^ .';?>/•;:.••>;•• '• Mr*. .Beeeher Lane"' i* ."go- 1 .-'' inig to Malnclhester next week to bring her mother, Mrs. Nellie Harvey here for a two weeks visit Mrs. Lane will attend a class reunion at Delaware where she attended school in the lower grades. ' Mr. and Mr*. Dwight Franv bach, Ricci, Cindy and Sandra are spending a few days at the Iowa State Fair,'Des Moines. They left Tuesday. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Gudor- ina spent Saturday at Lu- Verne with the former's cousin John Bockes and wife. Mr*. Ann Harvey, Audrey Frye and Mr, and Mrs. Willard Gregson and daughter Pat spent Sunday at Eldora with relatives. Mr. and Mr*. Larry St John, son-in-law arid daughter of Mr. •nix; ah4c daughter, 1 j'Mr. and) , Wiffiam Kelly and took; with them. their granddaugb- tet Kathlee n Kelly who had spent a few weeks here. Rev. , Billy Goodpaiture of the Nazarene church has accepted a call to Glenwood and Rev. Cox of Council Bluffs has replaced him. H Bert Muckey i* hoepitaliied '..alt Iowa Oily for observation. "He went there last week. MaH Hilbert, father of Mr*. Henry Kohlhaas is a medical patlenUat St. Ann- hospital. 'Mr.Valid Mr*. Jim Shipler, Jr. and Sheila, of Stanton, Calif, are leaving for home Thursday, August 24 following a two weeks visit with the parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Jim Shipler, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey. Mrs. Shipler, Jr. is the former Nancy Muckey. r y <•'• •''•<: ': •"." ' •• . : Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Kuhn were visited Friday and Saturday 'by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn, Kirk and Mindy, and Mrs. Leota Halpin of Ankeny. Mr. and Mr*. John Schimmel were visited one day last week by their daughter, Mrs. Dyrl Jones and daughters Debbie and Joyce of Laurens. Mrs, Schimmel is confined to bed with a heart ailment but is improving. She was at St. Ann several weeks. RUMMAGE SALE A special two-Jay eltaraiea IN Iht back wd of tbttlortt Ovr f inal cloan HP on |OWM, |irdlas v plaeo mall, brai, tablt clolhi aadhodradsof ittMt, ALL PRICES SLASHED TO JUST ... FOR H B*ek4*4MI*f*" Samsonite Silhouette ... the luggage built with lightweight MAGNESIUM FRAMES Send them on their way with Samson- ite Silhouette luggage. The strong lightweight magnesium frame just won't let you down, even when not handled with eve. 'A Laities' 2fi" Pullman $45.00 .B; Ladies' 24" Pullman $37.50 ; C Be.iutv Case $29.50 .0, Ladies' ?l" 0'Nile..$32.50 also visited the Jim Viponds at Ottawa, former AJgon* residents. . , = The Harold tfehers, Well* burg, were visitors Wednesday afternoon at Richard G Thai's. Harold Ftetwf, stain representative front Gfundy county and Richard Thul were classmates at Alfi in Des Moines following their graduation from high school. . The WUfred KohJhaases attended the rodeo alt Sidney on Saturday. Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church for Jeanne Bonnstet* tor, daughter of the M. P. Bonnstetters, West Bend, and Gerald Berte, son of the Joseph Bertes, St. Joe, with the wedding dated Sept 1 in St. Perter and Paul's Catholic church, West Bend. A pre-nuptial shower wits held Sunday for Jeanne Bonnstetter in St. Peter and •Paul's Parish hall with relatives and friends attending. The Gerald Girreses and the Leon J. Schoo had a two weeks trip through western states returning Friday. The Roman Gales family, Chicago, are visiting his parents, the E. J. Gales and other relatives and friends. Anniversary Pleasant Ridge Friends Church north of Coon Rapids observed its 75th anniversary with a three day celebration this month. Ledyard Pislor (lewa) Ad»iht» ....... f THURSDAY, AOO. H m Rev. Father Mervin J. Hood assumed duties as pastor of the Sacre'd Heart Catholic Church Parish in Ledyard on Tuesday-, Aug. 15. He will also be on the faculty of St. John's High School in Bancroft, beginning classes on Monday, Aug. 28. Father Hood was pastor at Sacred Heart Parish, Ruthven and superintendent of Emmetsburg Catholic High prior to his new assignment. He was assistant pastor of St. Joseph's at LcMars and was on the Gchlen High School faculty from 1954 to 1960. He is the son of George Hood of Fort Dodge and the late Mrs. Hood, and a graduate of Corpus Christ! High School in Fort Dodge. Following graduation he served in the U. S. Navy during W. W. II. He attended Creighton University, Omaha; Loras College, Dubuqiic and St. Mary's Seminary In BtUlfn&f*, Maryland. He was ordained tb the Nleathood 1 ift 1154,; .'.;' , Henry Farrow is victim of heart attack Funeral services for Henry (Harry) Farrow, 83, of Bancroft were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday a>t the First Baptist Church in Bancroft, with Rev. A. W. Nelson officiating. Burial took place in the Greenwood cemetery with Garry Funeral Home in charge. Pallbearers were Clyde Farrow, Milton Farrow, Harold Farrow, Raymond Farrow, Orvllle Farrow, and Kenneth Me- Guire. ' Mr. Farrow died suddenly Saturday morning of a heart attack He was ill only minutes before his death. ' Born September 8, 1883 at Hungry Hollow, 111., he farmed in the Bancroft area until he retired .to Bancroft in 1936. He never married. Survivors include one brother, Richard of Sauk Center, Minn, and numerous nieces and nephews. 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