Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 28, 1967
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••••AaMHk^ *MMj|, WHkf . udjBia|b^*MMK£.j|^Mak« ] HHMBdLuHMaUSdMHg>£^ ^••pinHBjSVn ^^t»^ jHSJSljr*. ^•JSVn*^llfSJC% <FnVI^^We>^7^^wW^^V^^i^^^roi^S^^raw^S^SVnP7W^H^a^S|S^V ["I see by the I Advance..." I -NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALOONA- ••MtfcJMUim-: Pompe's reserve Hereford Mr, and Mrs, Steve Ostrum and daughter Jennifer viis- ited at the home of Mrs. Ostrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wa!t Peterson from Friday evening until Monday morning, August 21. On SatUrdiy' evening Mr. and Mrs. Ostrum attended the 1962 class reunion at the Algona Country Club. Mrs. Ostrum is the former Patty Peterson. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Deal left August 13 for a vacation in Yel'owstonc Park, Idaho, the Dakotas and Canada. The Deals took with them their daughter Virg'nia and M'ss Tina Obrecht and Miss Nancy Youngberg who will travel us far as Laramie, Wyo. and there the 1 girls with Mrs. Tom Thompson, the former Miss Weber who taught in the public schools system, will be camping out. Mr and Mrs. Deal returned to Algona the the latter part of last week. Mrs. Camilla Engstrom stayed with .the two Deal boys while they were gone. Mr. end Mrs: Russell Guster and son Denny returned recently from Bemidji, Minn where they were guests of Mrs. Ouster's brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Donald W. Churchill at their summer home on Turtle Lake. From Bemidji the Gusters were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Guster, brother of Mr. Guster in Omaha for several days. They returned to Algona on Aug. 13. DRYCLEAN YOUR OWN CARPETING this easy-to-use HOST Electric Brushy Mr/and Mrs. Mike Gilbert of Ames/ were weekend guests of Mr, Gilbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilbert Mrs. Gilbert is the former Phyliss Scott and is spend* ing the week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julie Boll and Mrs. Kate Stephenson, grandmother of Mrs. Gilbert. Members of the Newcomers Club met on Tuesday; August 15 at .7:45 at Sid's Cafe with Mrs. Shirley Cubit and Mrs. Jean Clapsaddle as hostesses. Mr. Wayne Keith spoke to the members on Civil Defense . Winners in bridge for the evening were Theresa Mueller and Marcia Sloder, and in 500 the winners were Donna Knuth and Charlotte "Ober- broeckling, New members are Mrs. Jean Backhaus and Mrs. Marilyn Welton. The next meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 7:45 at Sid's Cafe. Hostesses will be Mrs. Eevelyn McAfee and Mrs. Donna Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Peterson and daughter Kim attend- the wedding Saturday morning at Sacred Heart Church in Liver more of a niece of Mrs. Peterson's, Miss Karen Cooke to Mr. Richard Steil of Livermore. Miss Cooke is the daughter of Mr. Clarence Cooke of Lime Springs and is a brother of Mrs. Peterson. Wednesday, August 30 the ladies of-the Algona Country Club will have a golf and luncheon with M<rs. Don Hern- mingsen and Mrs. Leroy Geving in charge of the golf event and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson will be hostess for the ladies luncheon and cards Winners in bridge on Wednesday afternoon, August 23 were Mrs. Ed Wolcott, Mrs. V. C. Smith and Mrs. W. P. French. Hostess for the afternoon was Mrs. Merlin Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson, Laura and Mark have just re- tur.-ed riecent'y from a visit at tjhp!borne of Mr.'and Mrs; Ocrald Gsrfccits The Gafiv- efls have Ihfc-e sons. Hie oldest \vos born in Bode av.c! tlic 'two younyer boys in California, had never seen iheir grandparents as the Gatnetts moved seven years ago. The Hansons and Josclyns also visited Yellowstone Park. The Ronald Olsons and Mary Lou spent last weekend in Decorah at his sister, the Dick Hen leys. Saturday evening they attended the wedding of Anlee Doris Olson to Lawrence L. Larson at the Decorah Lutheran church. Andy Olson spent last weekend in Decorah and attended the wedding of his granddaughter, Anlee, daughter of the Roger Olsons, Decorah. The Bill Reeds left Wed- a d ii-ip to California. Merle Wilderman, a former Bode resident and mafia- per of botsfofd Lbr. Co. died .suddenly of A heart attack August 3 at his home in San Perdo, Calif. Mrs. Wilderman v.-as the former Orva Maxine Lansing He is survived by his wife and son Bob and several brothers; A daughter, Virginia died several years ago. . Mrs. Matilda Christiansen and daughter Mildred, Estherville, were late afternoon call- el's Sunday at Mrs. Viola Thompson's. They were in Bode for the Tonderum reunion. About 60 persons attended the Tonderum reunion at the park Sunday. The group dt- cided to hold the reunion at Algeria (l*w«) AdvaHtft— 3 MONbAY. AU6. *8 the park again ne*t year the first Suhday in August. The Elwood Thompsons who vacationed this summer at Omaha' Beach, Okoboji, visited Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Viola Thompson. The Thompsons returned to their home in Trenton, N. J., by plane Friday. Kay Selvig and Mary Lou Olson visited Friday to Monday with their former teacher, the Les Carlsons, Manchester. Saturday they accompanied the Carlsons ' and Sotija to Cedar Rapids and visited the Rev. and Mrs. Kraabel and Gracia. THE RESERVE grand champion Hereford calf was shown by Jack Pompe who is pictured above. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. .„„„„„,„ , , ,,m,miun nnnmiMinuimiiitiHiMmiiMimMM iiimii i i > mum < miiiimiiiHinitiiiiiiM miiiiMiiiiiiimmmmi «'«"' and 'her niece, Diane Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey are their son and wera one of those to see Gov. and Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller who were a'so vi iting the island and were most hospitable, signing autographs and visit ng with the touri.ts. From Mackinaw Island Mr. and Mrs. 0!son. and Laura went to Milwaukee to visit Mr. Olson's sis'.er, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wade and family and then returned home. READ'S FURNITURE Call 5-2216, Algona , nn. The Eyarists are former residents of Algona, having moveJ to Minnesota in June. From Excel ior Mr. and Mrs. Olson journeyed to Duluth, Min.'e o'.a where they wera the overnight guests of Dr. Conrad Meintes and family. M )rk, youngest son of the Ol•on's returned to Algona by b is while thereit of the family wer.t on into Northern Minnesota and then to Mackinaw Island. There the Olson's Mr. and Mrs. Ted Charles and family returned recentlj from a two week trip to Expo 67 in Montreal, Canada. The Algona Country Club will have a Labor Day Family Day, September 4. Chairmen for the event are Mr. and Mr;. Beryl Priebe, and Co- Chairmen are Mr. and Mr. e . Kyle Ke.th. Committee menn b rs are Mt. and Mrs. Mel Bay, Nels Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Rooney, LeRoy Geving, Ed Wolcott, Kirk Hayes, Don Prieskorn, M. 'J. Bradley, Dwaine Lighter, Les Kenyon, Art Ol-on, Harold Gilmore and Sony a Greenberg. Linda Nitchals, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Nitoh- ^H'iali^left-by 'bus ;oiHMonday toi K visit-at the home of her sis-'; ter and family of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colo f and son. Mr. and Mr.". Niitchals drove to Cedar Rapids this pat weekend with are Uieir son daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Downey. The Downeys spent a week in Clear Lake before coming to Algona. They have just completed a summer session at the Uni-.> versity of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson and family were weekend guests August 18 of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hermanson and family of St. Paul,. Minn. They took the Hermanson's cabin cruiser down the St. Croix River and the Mississippi over the weekend returning to Algorta on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Hill returned Sunday, August 20 from a three week trip to Seattle, Wash. While in Seattle they visited with the Clem Erlanc'ers in Kent, Wash, a suburb of Seattle. Mrs. Erlander is a sister of Mr. Hill and are former Algona residents. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lynks in KMcland, Wash. Mr. Lynk is the son of Mrs. Louis Lynk of Algona. During their trip the.. Andersons - and - the • Hill si West Port, Wash. They made trip by oar. Colby •and nephew Charles Vedvik, DeForest, Wis., who have been visiting the Mrs. Bonnio Vedvik and Geri were guests. About 25 persons attended from Bode, Humboldt, Fort Dodge, Belmond, Clarion. West Bend, and Wisconsin. Harry Dasen, Mrs. Oliver Lee and Mrs. Carlysle Halsrud. Bode are grandchildren of Mrs. Sena Nelson. Vicki Worby, daughter of the LeRoy Worbys, had her 12th birthday August 9 and attending a slumber party were Debbie Telford, Judy Halsrud, Patty Jaeobson, Carolyn Olson, Cyndy Hankins, LeAnne Christiansen, Pauline Pflibsen. Joan Enger called Vicki from Pittsburg. "the Walter Bakkens, Mrs. Hilda Enger, Bode, and the •Ralph Larsons, Plover, spent several days last week visiting relatives in North and South Dakota. 'Mrs. Alvin Anderson and son, Argyle, Wis., visited her cousin, Harold Skaugstad Friday. The Ray Huntzikers, Huntington Beach, Calif., are visiting the parental Norman Hollands.. The Art Hansons returned Friday from a trip with their daughter, the Bob Joselyns, Clarion, to* California. At Willows, Calif., they visited Time to think about your LP GAS Needs with fall just around the corner SPEND LESS SAVE MORE- with THERMOGAS BULK OR BOTTLED USE MILK THERMOGAS FOR: O Modern Home Heating e Low Cost Tractor Operations • Cooking, Water Heating, Clothes Drying • Economical Crop Drying Fuel USE BOTTLED THERMOGAS FOR • Stock Tank Heating • Poultry Brooding • Pig Brooding • Cooking, Water Heating, Clothes Drying Thermo SO. PHILLIPS ST, IN ALGONA 295-2841 M be spending the Lab- OUft CUSTOMERS HAV£ ASKED FOR IT.., . Royal TfHITH Crusader "living Sound" HEARING AID ZENITH'S LARGEST SELLING HEARING AID ...NOWIMPROVED AND RE-STYLED • Full-Powered • Phone Magnet for telephone listening • Designed for less clothing noise • Handsomely styled for man or woman • Ask about Zenith's After-Purchase Protection. AUTHORIZED DEALER STeir£u£Kr .rdlamtt,"£ £,?£"»''£ *"'*<? f bring Un^orne. J-gJ *£»££ »£ Tuesday, August 22, 17 Norfleet and also at the home Junior Girl Scouts traveled to ".**• P » a f e !! {"S^* ^ Fort Dodge to appear on a ™ Mr ? f KODert A. Poage, Sr. Unch Dick's TV Funhouse nt TJiey will rtturn to Algona on 5 o'clock. Attending scouts Monday, Sept. 4. were Cathy Lemke, Jo Taylor, Susan Harmon, Bscky Thore.on, Susan Myers, Jane Skogstrom, Trudy Parrish, Tricia Parrish, Diane Jorgen£on, Rhonda Wilshire, Laurie Chamberlain, Jodie Chrischil- les, Cathy Lloyd, Tony Han- FIRST ...... •••••«•••••••»«< Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Rev. and Mrs. Norman in a series of coat advertisements — Our first picture shows one of the most popular of all the shorter "suburban" coats . . . the inexpensive dacron filled quilted coat . . . youthful, VERY light weight and warm as toast ... in two styles and three colors . . . sizes small medium - large ... at two prices . . ASK TO SEE THESE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE man. Mrs. Marie Chamberlain leader Mrs Dick Thoro- on ' and Lf r^n^h Parrish drove and Mrs. Floyd Weishaar -and Mrs. Donald Meyers »:so chaperoned the- scouts. Before returning home the scouts visited the Fort fta 400 ° Uo "°l n(l Ba " ff Oanada, ' Yel RUSK DRUG * JEWELRY Algona Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chris- chilles and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Harmes attended the Iowa State Fair performance Tuesday, August 22 of Tennessee Ernie Ford and the Young American Vocal Grouo b Amencan Vocal Uroup. In . Dakota and Minnesota -theJohnsons visited relabve^ Th e Clarence Smiths visited their daughter, the Don Rhodes ' <J*.ges City, and ac- epmpanied hem to vwttje Ge p ld * m ** >n Wisconsin ias ! weeKena. reuT " onof the mttwt Z«»»y milk tickles the tgste buds when you drink it solo, and goes great with all the good- let in your picnic basket . . . with snacks, meals, too. Treat yourself to the goodness of milk, often. , j formerly of Bode and DeFor- est ^ was heW atthe g^^ Park last Sunday. Mrs. Henrietta Anderson, Madison, Wis., NIW YOtK OTY Tewr ideal — ctoM (• Me* dining *•* tnUrUln TEAK •WINKING root C»U: . .._ , or writ* the •HELTON fOWBM •OT1L ^_«Hf •», M¥<P |*Rd <i»Vut«r|tuiii and uy|jQtf CoMftaay Caird Ub 'Home of Quality Since 1870"

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