Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 18, 1967
Page 12
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"I so* MawettoVM MoMM itt OM Mitt IB ttiiitf dm* by thef _ ft I Advance... : • fli FROM AROUND ALOONA Mrs. M. R. Baldwin was host to her bridge club on Tuesday evening in her home and bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Chuck Behr and Mrs. Bill Studer. Members of the club are Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. Steve McCall, Mrs. Don Kingfield, Mrs. Bill Studer, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. Dick Walsh, 'Mrs. Beanie Cooper and Mrs. Chuck Behr. Quests recently at the home of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shey were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shey of Red Oak, parents of Dr. Shey and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shey and family of Omaha. Michael Shey is a brother of Dr. Shey. Bob Bestenlehner, son of • and Mrs. Bill Bestenleh- ner left on Monday, Sept. 11 to enroll as a Freshman at Mason City Junior College at Mason City. Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Hariey Troutman on Monday afternoon, Sept. 11 with Mrs. Fred Tigges of Bancroft co-hostess. The program "Birds and Butterflies" was presented 'by •Mrs. C. R. McQuiston. St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet Thursday, Sept. 21 at 2 o'clock in the church undercroft. Hostesses are Mrs. Jack Chrischilles and 'Mrs. Milo Dailey. The program on "Testimonials" will 'be presented by Mary Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Howie Stephenson have as a guest in their home Mrs. Stephenson's father, Mr. Arthur Glaser of Omaha. Mt. Glaser has been visiting here several weeks. He is also the proud grandparent of a son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Glaser on Sunday, Sept. 10. The new iboy 'has been named Scott Arthur. Celebrating her 2nd birthday on Friday, Sept. 8 was Jo Marie Heidersoheidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Heidersoheidt. Attend inig the birthday get to gether were Jo Marie's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heider- acheidt, Mrs. Ed Schumacher, Mrs. Joe Wagner, Mrs. Gerald Kramer, Mr. Adam Heider- scheddt and the honbree's brother Dale and sister Terrie. Gifts were presented to little Jo Marie and lunch was served. Mrs. Howie Stephenson was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening, Sept. 6. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Alton Rochleau and Mrs. Loren Johnston. On Wednesday, Sept. 13, Mrs. Stephenson was hostess to another bridge club in her home. Winning high for the evening were Mrs. Jim Lytlc and 'Mrs. Robert Diefcmann. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bang* wfith their daughters CaHy and Betsy attended the wedding Saturday, Sept. 9 of Miss 'Linda Levin to Mr. Torrey Waag which took place in St. Paul. Mrs. Waag is a niece of Mr. Bangs. While in St. Paul, Mr and Mrs. Bangs and daughters were guests at the home of Mrs. N. F. Bangs, mother of Mr. Nat Bangs. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Harms and daughter Sandy drove to •Dos Moines on Tuesday, Sept. 5 where Mr. Harms left by plane to Louisiana on business. Saturday, Sept. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Harms took Sandy to DCS Moines to enroll as a freshman at Drake. Visitors from Kenosha, Wis., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilburg were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Leto, parents of Mrs. Hilburg. Mr. and (Mrs. Leto have been guests for several weeks returning •Monday, Sept. 11. Rev. Milo Dailey, vicor of Thomas Episcopal Church with Mr. Jerry Chiles, Seminarian student assigned to Algona and Emmetsburg for a year attended the Clergy Conference on Monday to Wednesday of last Week in Boone. "Highlights of Holidays", a Flower arrangement show will be held October 18 at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod in Algona by the Garden Cluib. Mrs. Alice Anderson of Laurens will te attending the show and will be giving demonstrations that day. The time of the show will be announced later. 'Be sure to mark this date on your calender. . .October 18. wower given at Irviiftwi church aiiex I^^^^HM^HM- Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weydert, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene Marie, to Michael P. Schrauth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Schrauth, Bancroft. The wedding will take place Oct. 21 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona. Miss Weydert Is employed at St. Ann hospital and Mr. Schrauth Is working at the Weldenhoff Corp. (Glenn's Studio Photo) Rev. and Mrs. Milo Dailey were hosts at a Sunday afternoon dinner Sept. 10 in honor of visiting guests. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowman of Tarpon Springs, Fla., aunt and uncle of Rev. and Mrs. Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. Georgp Bowman and family of Dedham, la. cousins of the Daileys, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kreiger and son of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Myrtle Dailey, mother of Rav Dailey who makes iher home at the Good Samaritan Rest Home. Mrs. Joseph Lynch Sr. moved to Rochester, Minn, on Friday, Sept. 15. where she will make her home. She will be moving into a newly built apartment house as soon as it is completed. Mrs. Lynch has sold her home on Church St. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer who is the new assistant manager at the Fare- way store. Mrs. Lynch's mother, Mrs. J. W. Thurston of Virginia, Minn, has been visiting Mrs. Lynch for the past few weeks and will return to Virginia on Friday. Engaged Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert of Burt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marjorie Mae to Mr. Max Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser of West Bend. An October 14th wedding is being planned at St. John's Catholic Church in Bancroft dealer business since 1919, first selling. Chalmers and Paige autos. Irvlngton'— HbrteMBi ai a bridal shower ftt the trvington chu&h annex for Mm. Den' rii* Davt* were Mrs. Marie Colwell, Mrs. Charles ColweU, Mrs. Lee V«nderW*»l, Mrs. Gerald Colenun, Mrs. Charles Reaper, Mrs. Bernard Gapes- his, Mrs. Clarence Sieftner, Mrs. Jim Gatton, Mrs. Bill Funk, Mrs. Kenneth KUey, Mrs. Dick Fellin and Mrs. Florence ColweU. A 8hort ; program was given with Mrs. Marie Colwell in charge. Mrs. Jim Gatton gave a piano solo, and aflso sang a solo accompanied herself on the guitar. A reading was given by Mrs. Harold Sabin and games were played. The bride then opened her gifts, and lunch was Colwell pouring coffee and served with Mrs. Florence Mrs. Charles Colwell pouring punch. Mrs. Dick Fellin had the guest book. The Dennis Davises returned to Spirit Lake on Sunday evening. The Gerald Colemans drove to Lyle, Minn., Sunday, and visited Gerald's brother, the Clarence Colemans. The Percy Philips and the tetter's niece, Mrs. Ray Funk, all of Ft. Bragg, Calif., arrived recently for two weeks with relatives. The Philips are making their headquarters here wiith Mrs. Philip's sister, Mrs. Hazel Sabin, and Mrs. Funk is staying with her parents' in laws, the Herman Funks, Algona. Enroute they stopped in Sioux City to see Vernon Robison and the Frank Decenas. Mrs. Funk and 'Mrs: Decena are daughters df Mr. Robison and Mrs. Philip his sister. Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Des Moines, .another sister of Mrs. Philip and Mrs. Sabin, is at the Sabin home for a visit with her and with ithe Californians. Mrs. Frank Decena, Sioux City, drove over Friday to spend more time with Mrs. Funk. Sunday they took their grandmother, .Mrs. Ethel Gardner, who makes her home at the Good Samaritan Rest Home, and spent the day with their mother, Mrs. Arthur Fallson at Rutland, The Percy Philips spent Saturday at Britt with another sister of Mrs. PhJJip, the Harold Currans. '',•'•!. Pvt. Terry Chamberlain, now at Ft. Ord, Calif., writes that he and some friends re- Francisco. Tewy 1 * f«il thrill <*me whiteJftNNAtftfaHfc *&! one* of the stoWai pfwnon (0f the ftbjmfeife of out of ftMf customers. In toofeng <*W (N.. signature* from Hft*, to found that of Etna* Thtlget, former IfvifMtnfi boy,' o&k or f^M^a^ irt^JJA r^%MaUM4 alflM^ flnaMarfsjAsft jowa F«UIS. letry ana cnmn wete classmates in the Irving ton church Youth Fellowship, And Sunday school and ttoo sang in the choir together be fore the Thilgeft family moved several year* ago, The August Robison*, Swen City, visited Mrs. Hazel SaJbin a week ego Tuesday. They had just returned from Hutchison, Minn., where they hod visited their daughter, the Vern MorteMons, over the Labor Day weekend. Judy Sigsbee and Mart Me* Cullough, Algona, and Marsha and Debbie Sabin .had a picnic supper at the Call state park Sept. 7. Kevin and Dean Berte, Rodman, spent the week before last with their grandparents, the Ernest Bormanns, while their parents, the Edmond Bertes and the Tom Altaians, the latter of this vicinity, went to the Black Hills and Denver, and also visited relatives in Kansas. The Kenneth Roneys returned home Sept. 7 after three weeks in California, with their daughter, the Herbert Fields. Rebecca, 9, daughter of the Ronald Sabins, required 9 stitches on one leg after she stepped through an upstairs register. The top of the register had been removed by one of the younger children. Overnight guests of Peggy Sabin, Sept. 8, for her 14th birthday were Debby Bennett and Marjorie Dailey, Algona. Evening visitors were the Gene Rochleaus and Vidti. Labor Day supper guests at Jim Gatton's were the Ervin Gattons, Algona, and Mrs. Arnold Eiten, Wellsburg. Mr. Eiten was unable to attend las he was on a week's tour with the Laymen Quartet singing group of which he is a member. The group sings religious songs and has made several records which are now on sale. They record their songs at a studio in Minneapolis', and make personal appearances In many other states as well as Iowa. Mrs. Jim Gatton and Amy and Jeff were guests Sept. 10 of Mrs. Gatton's parents, the Clarence Siemers . Other guests Sunday were Mr. Siemer's brother, the Lee Siemers,' Darlene, Sharon and Gail, Britt. Jim Gatton was not able to attend as he had National Guard duty last weekend. Zota XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Steve George on Monday evening, Sept. 11. The program entitled "Definition of Happiness"' was presented by Mrs. Jim Cowan and Mrs. Steve George. A business meeting followed in which Rushing Parties were discussed and 'also the fall banquet which will be held sometime in November. Refreshments were served later in the evening. Saturday, Sept. 9 the couples club of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chrischilles, Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams met for an evening of golf and dinner together at the Algona Country Club. Jano Fraser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fraser will be entering Pre-Nursing Sept. 23 at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr, and Mrs. Armin $chu|tz were in Omaha, Thursday, Sept 7 on business and returned home Saturday to take their daughter, Connie Jean to Buejia Vista College in Storm Lake where she will enter her Freshman year. 'From Storm Lake Mr. and . Schultz returned to Oma- for further business and on Mianday, Sfept, U *h*y drove to Minneapolis where Ihey were also on a business ***»• Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 12 the ladies of the Algona Country Club met for lunch and bridge with Mrs. Burt Harms hostess. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ed Wolcott, •Mrs. Miles Sloniker and Mrs. 'Robert Hilburg in bridge. Wednesday, Sept. 19 Mrs. Harold Gilmore will be hostess for the luncheon, 150 Minutes Only On WEDNESDAY NIGHT - 6,30 to 9 p.m. NYLON HOSE : < 26c SEVERAL COLORS Mary Ann Ostwinkle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ost- winkle left for Minneapolis on Friday, Sept. 8 where she has accepted a secretarial position. Mary is a 1966 graduate of Algona High School. Irvington By Mat McLean Newcomers Club will their mofttnly meeting on Tuesday evening, Sept. 19 be' •Ramona Mayer, Columbus, Ohio, arrived at her parents, the William Mayers Sept. 7 for a week's vacation. She will also visit other relatives and friends in the area before returning to Columbus. Ramona is a sister of Mrs. Robert Eischen and Robert Mayer of this area. Mrs. Harold Sabin attended the 40th anniversary of the Carl Goetsches held Sept. 10 at Duane Riley's, Algona. The Goetsches, formerly of Algona, now live at Spirit Lake. Retiree iHarry R. Coulter, veteran Corning businessman, is retiring from active work after 48 years continuous business in Corning. Mr. Coulter has managed his garage and auto NYLON BUGS 49c Vacuum Bottles p* 59c DOUBLE THICK Chore Gloves >' 36c .22 LONG Rifle Shells carton SC50 5 STORM Window Covers 19c :V WediwsdayNight-6:30-9:00 $1.35 VALUE REGULAR STOCK NEW COLORS 1.09 pair DOUBLE BEDSPREADS Quilted stylet Regular slock VsOFF SPORTSWEAR SPECIALS a) from regular stock < . • drastically reduced • for thi» promotion ONLY w OwNf II CMJI ITIIill Algona, lowi DON'T MISS ASKING FOR THESE "Home of Quality Since 1870" -?<&,VVV: SPECIAL PRICES AT RUSK'S FROM 6:30 TO 9 P.M. WEDNESDAY Carry-All CASE NOTEBOOK • With Binder Clip • Filler Paper • Index Dividers Theme Book ALL FILM (Except Polaroid) '/3 OFF Binoculars^ 1 /! Price GIGANTIC WATCH SALil 50% OFF! ALL WYLER WATCHES Hind art Body Lotion PRICE We are going out of the watch buiinoM. 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