Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
Page 16
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Around Algona 4— Algona (Iowa) Advent* by ON1ITA DIDRIKSEN Phone W5-560S Mr. and Mr*. Myron Barn**, Esthervttte, were recent guests at the Methodist parsonage. They are foronet parishdners of the Nolands. Mrs. Prank Moulton attended funeral services alt Eagle Grove, a week ago Monday for Clarence Maxwell, 87. The deceased is survived by his wife, a sister of Algona's late Mrs. F. L. Triton, a daughter and four sons, one of whom is Russell Maxwell, California, Who formerly lived here. Tht Gltnn Riket spent a few days last week at Jacksonville, III., with their daughter Ann, Mrs. Max Jones, and family. Mr. and Mr*. J. M. Patter- son celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary quietly on August 16. While both arc yet able to get about and into Algona occasionally whan their daughter-in-law drives, they have a housekeeper and 'are getting along fine in their own home in the country. Mr. and Mr». Don Thompson and daughter left early this week for their home at Greenifield after a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Linnea Hiserodt. A number of friendi hott- ed a bridal shower and brunch at the Country Olub last week Tuesday in honor of Sheila Sullivan. Among out of town guests were three young women who had been merca BEAUTY SPECIALS Home Permaments TONI • REGULAR • SUPER • GENTLE TOHETTE UNCURLY TONI REG. $2.00 REG. $1.75 REG. 13.75 $1.44 $2.96 — Refill, Reg. $2.25 $1.77 — Dippitydo REG. $1.25 99cT| ENTER TONI MISS AMERICA SWEEPSTAKES WIN $1O,OOOOP OR ANY OF 106 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES! STOP BY FOR ENTRY BLANKS AND FULL DETAILS HARRISON'S "Algona's Leading Variety Store" members of her Oampf ir e group some year* ago. They were: Judy McM>ahon Chaip- man, Eagle Grove; Mafcia Stillman Jones, La Crosse, Wis.; and Virginia FrWtedt iMacLaren, towa City. .Mri, Violet Wafcer who Had lived at Good Samaritan 1 Home; for some time Was taken to St. Ann Hospital a week ago where she was placed undor oxygen. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Naiby were away from Sunday to Thursday of last week attending a convention of Good Samaritan Home executives held at Dana College in Blair, Nebr., August 13-16. It was the 44th annual meeting of the Society and said to be the largest in its history. The organization now has 114 homes in several states serving some 8300 residents. They operate •three types 'of homes: Nursing, Custodial, and Retirement. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeig. ler were visited early last week by the Wayne Zeiglers of Marion who accompanied them to Alden on Friday for the Steam Engine Show en- route home. Mrs. Mike McEnroe and her daughter, Mrs. Phillip Am- dorfer, recently spent five days at Eau Claire, Wis., making the trip by bus. They visited Mrs. McEnroe's brother, Arthur Sprow, ihis wife and itheir children and families, also a nephew, Melvin Abrani- son, and a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sturz. They returned home a week ago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa drove to Waterloo Friday, taking the flatter's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otterson, to see Mrs. Asa's siter, Mrs. Rea Hutchison, and returned home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Muckey drove to Winiterset Friday and returned Monday morning. They visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Ida Comp, and on Sunday afternoon attended the weddinig at the Methodist Church of a nephew's son, Terry Comp, to Rebecca Jo Libby, both of Winterset where Whey 'will live. A .reception w|as iheld at the home of the bridegroom's parents following the 'marriage ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger drove to Clarinda Sunday for a reunion of the Day family, 'meeting their daughter Ann and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wright of Iowa City, in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zeigler and little daughter came from St. Paul to spend the weekend with his parents, the Earl FARMERS! Use LP Gas for all your farming needs L PC ASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE r • Gas Heating • Water Heaters • Corn Drying • Hoghouse Heaters — and all other FARM USES — on lift for prompt, frof*f7/-f>*»<* We offer you more than just a convenient delivery ... we make sure that a reliable supply of LP* Gas is always on hand, ready to serve all your needs! AVAILABLE IN 500 AND 1,000 GAL. TANKS —. North Central Public Service Co. "A Complete LP «nd Natural Ga* Service." ALGONA UN*- ^J00e^tt €fffl?? ied m**'*jto. tMd •ftd _ ha* received Jfi ft* fM£«i lAd would tifct MR** fi«* toi MAI itt hit former » hftvt § m»r. t ion Norton *r Cbrnett* »t Mr. and MM. Depeti- buwh were w«h (krmui rel- mi * cocntnunloMkm M •ft Dorothy Cogley weds iMiss Dorothy Cogley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cogley, and Leland Grein, son of Mrs. George Grein and the late 'Mr. Grein, all of Algona were married at 11 a.m. August 5, 1967 in St. Cecelia Catholic church. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony and the bride was escorted by her father. The bride's attendants were Mary Helen Cogley and Kathleen Griffin. Attending the groom were Harold Grein and Gerald Erpelding. Ushers were Mike Froehlich, Wesley and Gary Cogley, Kansas City, Kansas. Terry Johnson, soloist, WIPS accompanied by Ruth Cassel alt the organ. A reception was held in the Legion Hall. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Stof• Ifel. Bernice Banwart had the guest book and Mrs. Richard Meseher served punch. Mrs. Bob Kollasch and Mrs. Orlan Ott cut the cake. Shirley Roder, Omaha, Nehr., and Mrs. Mike Frankl, Irvingtbn opened gifts. Guests came from Wesley, Tiltonka, Woden, Ringsted, Carroll, Bancroft, West Bend, Spirit Lake, Pocahontas, Irvington, Mason City, Waterloo, Fayette, Sioux City, Bri'tt, Austin, Minn., Omaha, Neb., Ohe- boygan, Mich., Kansas C%, Mo., Chicago, Dwight and Taylor Ridge. HI. The couple took a wedding trip to Yellowstone National Park. millllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIHIHIIIIHIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUI Zeiglers, and on Saturday evening attended the reunion of his High School Class held at the Country Club. On Saturday Tom accompanied his ibrother Gordon, their father, Earl Zeigler and the latter's brother-in-law, Don Thompson, of Greenfield, to Alden, for the annual Steam Engine Show. Orville Wick, came homo from Rochester Friday accompanied by his daughter Barbara who had remained there through his surgery and convalesence. Mrs. Wicks had spent several weeks at St 'Mary's Hospital earlier and Barbara took a leave of absence from her work with State Farm at Los Angeles and drove directly to Rochester to be with her parents. When Mrs. Wicks was released on a Friday, Barbara brought her home, .then returned to Rochester where her father had surgery the following Monday Mrs. Wicks was then hospitalized at St. Ann for several days. While she was a patient at St. Mary's their son 'Larry flew from Chicago to 'be with his father during ht-r second trip to surgery. Now both are recuperating at home and Barbara plans to remain with them till Sept. 8, before driving back to California. Mary Thompson came home last week from a vacation ia the South after working most of the summer in a Sioux Cdly hospital. Her parents took her to CorrectionvUle on Sundav where she will begin teaching High School Biology next week. She was graduated from Momingside College last Spring. Mr. and Mr$. Henry Oepen- busch, Emmetsburg; caM-d •on Rev. and Mrs. William Noland at the Methodist parsonage a week ago Sunday. The couple recently returned from a tour in Europe and while in Germany stopped at Bielefeld where they called on Edward Kaib and his family. It was 'during his tj me 5^ ^ ^ i WWII prison camp in Algona that Mr. Kaib built the NaiUv-, wy Scene now permanently' 'housed at the Fair Ground^ ! He was delighted to see the 1 first Americans who had call-1 Photo by Glenn's Studio ed on them in 20 yean and the visitors thought him a very fine person. They took some pictures of him and his family, their home, and swimming pool. He owns a small plastic bottle factory near his country home and employs Mr, ami Mrs, ft. W, ~ •on drove to GJenwood day and were guesu of Mr, and Mrs. Roger Philip*, form* erAtaman*, till Thursday. Mr, fhiflTpt, a Railway Mailman mi been Clerk in charge at Council Bluff* but has been fcftneferred to the Rock I*, land, til., Post oflice where he will be foreman of mail. They have sold tteir home at Glenwood and' will move by Oct. 1, but are not yet certain where they will live. The Andersons, who have been on vacation for the past two weeks, alao were guest* a few days earlier of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moaner at their Motel in Early. Bart Muckey wont to Iowa City Thursday of last week * ~~~ at the University , his wife is remain.„ here with their daughter, 'Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser and family. The Gayford Shumwayt drove to Cedar Rapids on Monday taking the Daniel Howes, their daughter Sandra's family, who h : ad been here since early July. Howes went by train to Chicago and then flew to Oberlin, Ohio where they are attending the annual mm.wj IO3T _.«. EfthKMion< etperae paid trip for aaavlA atteMfcaJwiaUiaJM T*^M tmv •»* .r^mv •> iii WPWHU. FTufn ihew tfieV Witt return to their hornetHamdtit,Com, near New Haven where Dr. Howe teach* HiMory at Yale tint- verity, White here a MA was born to them on. Augtiat 5 and WM named Oirirtapher 8hutii- way Howe. They aim have a three year old daughter, Becky, Df , an* Mri, N, J, Ktlky returned Uuft week tarn • vacation trip, fhty drove fkit to Lexington, Kg,, to m their Loud Lynk, Loana Smith, Mrs. Flora HUM and Mra. Lucille Holldorf went to Spencer Sunday afternoon for a Coaching conference of Officers in Weslcyan Service Guild. It waa an afternoon •carton with Coffee served at live o'clock. Mra, Sid Spear accompanied her aon Elmer Lattimer with/ hia wife and 'their two child' ren on a trip West from which they returned Sunday evening. They spent three days in Yellowstone Park, three days at Jackson Hole, saw the Passion Play at Spearfish, S. D., toured the Black Hills, ,the Tetoiw, and stopped over at Boulder, Colo., where Elmer had received his college degree. Lalttimers and Mra. Spear visited Lakota relatives Monday afternoon and they left Tuesday morning for their home at Highland. Ind. Mra. Chris Knudsen, former Algona woman, accompanied her daughters Margaret and KaJtherine and the latter's husband, Neils Pedersen, called on Algona friends at the Rest Home on Thursday and returned to Blue Earth, that Mid with the University there, She accompanied them to Austin, Tex,, where the son James had recently moved. He is now on the faculty of the LAW School at the University of Texts. And there is a new baby there, the first grandchild for Dr. and Mrs, Keltey. Me was born on June 3 And was named Daniel Alex. ander. While at Austin, they were joined for a weekend by Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Price, of Houston, brother4n4aw and sister of Mrs. N. J. KeDey, Chary) Rusk was honored at a party Friday at the Good Samaritan Home where she 'has worked afternoons thru the summer on the recreational program. Cheryl will soon be leaving for Des Moines to begin her second year at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan drove to Manchester Friday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons. 'Mrs. Cowan attended bridal showers on Friday evening and on Saturday morning for her sister, Jo Ann Simmons, who will be married on Saturday, September 2, to Tom Howard Shelly, of Manchester, the ceremony to take place at Congregational Community Church. Mr. Shelley is a student at the State University and Jo Ann has been working in Iowa City the past year. ALARM CLOCK 40 HOUR WINDUP Solid Colors Throw RUGS 27"x48" $197 1 Ladies ORION CREWSOCKS Slight irregulars, stretch sizes, fits 9 toll. 38 PR. Coloramic SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS LADIES 7 PERMANENT PRESS BLOUSES Floral Prints - roll sleeves Regular 69cSize $ 1.47 CORDUROY BINDER 3 RING • DECORATOR COLORS Papermate Pens (Ballpoint) Regular 98c rc JADE 10 TRANSISTOR RADIO Powerful radio, with battery and ear phone With outside pocket An unusual Value Favorite 300 Count NOTEBOOK PAPER 4 SECTION IQOK 66 REGULAR 89c SIZE lUps- 2 KODEL SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS Grown Ups* Sizes 5*AUO(L $*)47 Lj 9htand / Park Colon Everythin.Tfor BACK.TO.SCHOOL AT HARRISON'S FAVORITE 300 COUNT TYPING PAPER Poly Wrapped ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY AUOONA'8 L5ADINO VARIETY iTO*l

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