Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona (Iowa) Advance MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1W7 Advance .MEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALOONA Flying to Puerto Rico on the 14th of October for a week are Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook. The Cooks will be flying from Mason City via Chicago, to Miami and then to San Juan, Puerto Rico's capital. While in San Juan, Mr. and Mrs. Coak will be attending the National Welders Assn. Convention. They will leave Mason City at 10 o'clock and will be in San Juan by 4:38 losing two hours along the way. Entertaining fat members of her bridge club on Monday evening, Sept. 25 was Mrs. John Snere. Winners were Mrs. Phil-Diamond and Mrs. Joe Rooney. Members of Mrs. Snere's club are Mrs. Hal Long, Mrs. Larry Knoll, Mrs. Dale Pairnhiam, Mrs. Bill Best- enlehner, Mrs. Bill Watkins, Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mrs. Joe Rooney and Mrs. Snere. Hostass for the ladies luncheon and bridge at the Algona Country Club on Wednesday, Sept. 27 was Mrs. \Rolland Ostwald. Winners in bridge were Mrs. Merlon Baker, Miss Delia Welter and Mrs. Virgil Gunder. Officers for the 1968 summer ladies luncheon are Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mrs. Ed Wolcott and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Today's luncheon was the last event until the summer of 1968. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris Sept. 19 and 20 were Mr. Ferris's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ferris of Farmington, Iowa. Mike McVeigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert McVeigh celebrated his 5th birthday on Saturday, Sept. 21 and in honor of the occasion 8 friends were invited to his home for lunch and games. Guests were Betsy Bangs, Mark Ferris, Mike Webb, Judi Nielsen, Kevin Scuff ham, Gary Smith, Danny Kuester, Kevin McClure and the 'honoree's sister, Julie. Miss Cally Bangs assisted at the party. Mrs. Glen Shore is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John .DeBlauwe in Waterloo. Mrs. DeBlauwe is the former Carol Shore. were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of St. Petersburg, Fla, The Smiths were also guests on Sunday for the picnic dinner. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erichson were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Langmack of Beaver Dtam, Wis. The Langmacks are former residents of Algona, having lived here many years. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson were visitoro from Saturday until Wednesday of the Sept. 18 week. Mrs. Bud Ferris entertained the members of her bridge foursome on Friday, Sept. 20 in her home. Members of the foursome are Mrs. Murray Mowers, Mrs. Jack Chrischil- les, Mrs. Julian ChrischilleG and Mrs. Ferris. Lunch was served during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomplun visited their daughter Marjo on Sunday, Sept. 24 at Buena Vista College. Marjo is a .Sophomore student at the College. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas visited Sunday, Sept. 24 at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leek of Toledo, Iowa. Driving Mr. and Mrs. Baas to Toledo was another daughter, Mrs. Joyce Graham and children. Marilyn Lowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman received her Masters Science Degree in Education on Sept. 2 at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Marilyn is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowman and has spent the summer near Los Angeles working on her Masters. She is now teaching Physical Education in the Gilbert Elementary School of David Douglas District in Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Don Kingfield was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening, Sept. 27. Members of Mrs. Kingfield' s dub are Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Mrs. Dean Koob, Mrs. W. B. Majl*>na1d, Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, Mrs. D. J. Shey, Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom, Mrs, Gordon Winkel and Mrs. John Hood. A birthday picnic was celebrated by 5 year old Elizabeth Frank, daughter of Airman Ic and Mrs. Norman Frank on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Call State Park. Joining in the birthday celebration were 5 of Elizabeth's friends, Julie Christie, Diane Berendes, Brenda, Lisa and Joan Wub- Mrs. Joe Pomplun was hostess to a neighborhood coffee on Tuesday evening, Sept. 26 in her home. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman from Albert Lea, Minn, over the Sept. 22 weekend were Mr. and Mrs. -Cecil Lowman and daughter Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lowman, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lowman and Tammy. A picnic Mrs. John Snere was hostess on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 28 to the members of the United Nations club. Lunch was served and bridge was played. Members of the club are, Mrs. Bill Basler of Bunt, Mrs. Gearld Williamson of Swea City, Mrs. Phil Diamond, Mrs. John Dole and Mrs. Snere. A birthday party honoring Jeff Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan on his fourth birthday was held Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 26. Guests were Jon and Amy Anderson, Jay Cowan and Lynn Cook. Great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson with the Warren Nelson family joined Jeff and his parents in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cogdall wMil entertain tine members of their couples club on Monday evening, Oft. 9 in their home. Members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Baldwin, (Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stutter, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McCaibe and Mr. and Mrs. Cogdall. Hostesses for a brunch and dinner Tuesday, October 3 at the Country Olub are Mrs. Allan Buchanan, Mrs. iRuss Buchanan, Mrs. Ed Gilmore, ,Mrs. Ted Herbst, Mrs. Jim Kolp and Mrs. Roland Ostwald. 25 and in honor of the flMi * morning p*J<y planned in the Nelson home where guests Debbie Coan, Carol Chamberlain, Detyce St. John, Sandy Btisbrough, OaUiy Twedt and Dana Meyer joined their host tar games and lunch. In the evening, Debbie's gwmdparente, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Frank Butts, 'Mrs. Jerry Oow- an and Jeff and Miss Mary Wirtjes were guestsJFpr a •lunch in honor of Debbie's birthday. Pat Conn, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Conn is one of the area students at Iowa State University who is prac- itice teaching six weeks of a 12-week quarter. Miss Conn is doing her practice teaching in Des Moines. Lori Zendor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zender was five years old on Sept. 21 and to celebrate her birthday Lori invited four liWle friends to her home for a picnic lunch. Guests were Jimmy Thompson, Johnny Allen, Barbara Bell and Julie Cook. (Lori's brother and sisters were also there to celebrate •the occasion. Airman 1C Norman Frank will return from Viet 'Nam on Oct. 18 and will be stationed at the Sioux City Air Base. Mr. Frank has been in Viet Nam the past year. Mrs.' Frank and daughter Elizabeth will move to Sioux City ito join Mr. Frank sometime in October. She has been associated with the Advance. Livermore-Ottosen wedding nad toe fcuest two*. Nadine Saterh, OUottBn^tffV^ ed, punch, ojftfl Mf*. OiUltt Thompson, VMXmt*, , pt**' «d. BeTkay M^shall, Aigdtit, cut the cake, Wittr**** *MM Mary MetavifL Minkato.^* Sinclair atid Connie Christiansen, both of Livermore. Opwiing gift* wef e 1/iW Serebfln, ISagle Grove, Bileen Sateftt, Ottosen and llnda Sohribef, Gilmore City. After a honeymopn W|» .through the Black mils the newlyweds are at home in iBradgate where the groom is employed by Lyle Seward. RtprttMls Kotsith in ipttch tvtnl Patty Lewis, Lakota, a high •ohool junior, represented Kossuth Saturday, Sept, 23, in. the district competition of the "Young America Speaks" contest at Storm Lake. Earlier in the month she had won the right to represent Kossuth County in the eight-county district meet with her original speech on "A Citizen's Role lim Government." As county winner she was awarded $15 'by the Republican Women's Organization of Kossuth County. The state-wide contest is being sponsored by the Iowa Council of Republican Women. Services for Mi Chen it Seneca church son, jMemietti lltotripBOfi, Joy Thompson, John Strtwdwr, tfehf? Wilbets fctid Utility A 17Vi Inch cucumber wil grown by Russell Helms, Pet' ry, this season, the unusual specimen weighed over two pouikte. Sonoe* <— Funeral services were held *t the Btakjer LUtherart church, SefteKa Sept. 26, for John Alfred 04* sen, 65, who died Sept. 28 at the hospital at E9therville, where he had beeh hospitalized the past two weeks following a two months illness. . John Olson was bom at Swea City March 25, 1902. The family moved to North Dakota where they lived until 1908 when ,they moved to the Seneca area and bepn farming.' Upon the death of Ms father, John took over the running of the farm until his retirement in 1959. He did not marry and made ihis home with his sister, .Bertha, and a brother, Oscar, who survive. He is also survived by a niece, Mrs. Dennis Hoein, Armstrong, and a nephew, Melvin Olsen, of Eureka, California. The Rev. Harold Anderson officiated at the service and the 'burial was in the Blakjer 'Lutheran chu'rch cemetery. Pallbearers were August Nel- 'Mtiiioifof ; ^Mil I^Vl WJm WMIW^B • I A unique appliance/and a i dustlots drycloanor onablo !lho homomakor to titan wall:to>wall earpott with oaso and thoroughnos*. It fa at oaay to UM at a vacuum cloanor. Thit new precMt calltd HOST, hit boon toatod by loading Carpot Mlllt. HOST cloana without water., Tho carpo? it dry and roady to walk on Immediately— no dan* gor of thrinkago or rutt tpott. And HOST work, on all flbort —wool, nylon, cotton, Acrylic, rayon, ate. You don't havo to buy tho machine- . . . UM ourtl Clean 40 tq. ydt, for only S4.°5. For complete information or for holp in amargancias phono 295-2216 READ'S FURNITURE ALQONA. IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butts of Des Moines visited briefly at .the home of Mrs. Frank Butts en route to Cass Lake, Minn, for a few days vacation. Mr. arid (Mrs. Butts were traveling With another couple from Des Moines. Homo for tho Sept. 23 weekend visiting his parents and to attend the homecoming festivities was Greg Snere, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Snere. Greg is a Freshman at the University of Northern loWa at Cedar Falls. Dobbio NoUon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wan-en Nelson was 6 years old on Sept. Mr*. Fred Kent, Jr., wiH bo hostess to her bridge dub on Thiursdlay, October 5 wiltih members Mrs. Ted Chrischil- les, Mrs. Dick Post, Mrs. Arnr ie Rdoklefs, Mrs. Bob Williams, Mrs. .Frank Moulton, Mrs. Mliftch Taylor, Mrs. Rex VoyleS and Mrs. John Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon are back home after a European trip which took them to Dublin, Ireland, London England; Amsterdam, one of the two capitals of the Neth- arlands, and from there the MfoMahons went to Franklfuirt, Germany where they took a boat trip on the Rliine River. In Switzerland, they spent two days in Lucerne and the Alps. Austria and Italy were the next stop for Mr. and Mrs. McMahon where they were at Thola Kae Salmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Salmon, Livermore, and John William Satern, Jr., son of Mrs. Raymond Loos, Obtosen Brenner Pass, which is a mountain pass across the Alps at the border between Austria and Italy. After touring 'Florence and Rome the McMahons left the group of 23 European tourists and friends to return to Ireland where they spent the remaining 9 days. 'Mr. and Mrs. McMahon flew both ways having left on August 30 from Chicago and returned on Sept. 22. Community Contort datas have 'been released recently by President Steve George anld concert members will be receiving their memberships in the near future. Appearing -to Algona on Thursday, •Nov. 16 will be the Monteray Boys Clhoilr, on Sunday, iDete. 3 ait 2:30. Joyce Jones, Organist Will 'be featured. The New York Trio on March 29 and F61k Singers Addis and Graf it will be on the concert series Saturday, April 20. and Mr; Jack Satern, Poreroy, were married September 23 at 7:30 p.m. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend Roy Biesemeyer at the Methodist church, Livermore. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Theda Salmon, Livermore,. senveir her sister as maid of honor and Darrell Saltern, Ottosen, was his brother's best man. Dennis Salmon, Livermore an!d Craig Kinsetlh, Ottosen, ushered and lighted the candles. Soloist Beth McCaleb was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Beth Olson. A reception followed the ceremony in, the church parlors. Madge Salmon, liver- Date King "A0"-lmprov« his shining hours. 30 jewels. Automatic. Waterproof*. Yellow, with gilt or silver dial. $79.99 Guests of Mrs. Sally Arrowwood recently in her home to see the movies on Vietnam italken by her son Gregory and shown 'by his wife Judy were Mrs. Matt Frideres and Keith, Mrs. Dave Hovey, Mrs Ed Schumacher, Mrs. Agnes Thilges, Mites Sylvia Worthington, Mrs. Darrold Bunkofske, Mrs. James Heiderscheidt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald N. Kramer. Mrs. Grego'ry Arrowood was pleasantly surprised by a baby gift from each of the guests. Lunoh was served by ithe hostess. ; 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 ON MOST...BIG SAVINGS ON ALL Fall's New Look LOOK FOR THIS DISPLAY AT YOUR FAMILY DRUGSTORE Mi DURING OCTOBER Family FOR A FULL MEASURE OF FAMILY PLEASURE CSMMtl tl; lOOttSfl. WW<| Bid, ' " in LOOK AT THESE SAVINGS DURING THE OCTOBER VITARAMA! BEXEL CANDY-LIKE TABLETS FOR CHILDREN 1/2 PRICt All the fine young men look great in our new style jackets. They're warm and ready for rugged action with the latest looks. You'll like them; boys like them. See them! SWE'3" Qwwitalt,MiciNtfrutt flwonininultkolsfi. NOW »3» BEXEL SPECIAL FORMULA IMPROVED 1/2 PRICt SWEH" IhlvsiykMtvitMlniMl Ip^fCMM •••• !••••••»•—"•-•-—-•• VITAMINS & MINERALS OAMULM SAVEH^ 1/2 PRICt BEXELMPM (MAMTUMCCKUSMMUALS) 1/2 PRICt SAVE'3« ^ fMMtraa McKESSON CAH0Y-UKE vramiNC OtUcitm,cki»*li Or*M« FlWwW TMU mm e inun ~w •» Wi«*»'»» ***** iss. H491 m IMI m«HMHTMlin i iff tN •» •? nit mmmwmm SHOP SHEAKLEYS EXPANDED BOY'S DEPARTMENT — UP.TO SIZE 16! was held on Sunday, Sept. 24 at the Lowman home honoring the guests. VMting Lowmam that week also Sheakleys "Women's and Girls Fashions" THESC AMAZHW VALUB ME AVAHUU NOW AT: RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY rr

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