Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
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I—Alfer»« (lows) Advance tHUlsbAYdXjt. It, 1W Was in attendance. Mrs. Florence CoiwetMteft i- - tor Britt where she s spending several days visiting the Lyle Pearces. • Mrs. Robert Cooper, Van Nuys, Calif., and Ramona iMayet, Columbus, Ohio, left by plane for their .homes after almost a week in this vicinity. Mrs. Coope.r left from .Mason City Friday and Ramona Mayer left from Ames Sunday. They came for the funeral of their mother, Mrs. William Mayer, of this area. Mrs. .Violet Walker, Algona, was a Sunday guest at her son, Durwood Walker's, Irvington. Visitors at Bernard Capss- ius's Sunday were the Ralph the home of his parents, the Clarence ttdyts. Mrs. Ernest Pederson will IOAVC this w0^k^rtd by indite iP/M* ' ttWlt ftliltf : <if_tlAlNfc '"•'- ^fttJD lilT D*C»I( v/HUItf WHC-ITfJ •-, 9.1 It* Will spend the time caring for her mother, Mrs. Gutiix- son. The Burton Rootf* sfttfctt last weekend with Mrs. Rood's parents, the Ben Barnes in Lamoni. John Olson, son of the Or- rcn Olsons,' • who has been" serving in the navy is Visiting hLs parents. After three weeks he will return to his base and receive his discharge from the navy. Inrl club vim flowtr ilidts Burt — The Burt Woman's Charges filed in 4 accidents over weekend time, hitting the rear of the Bilycu c«f, who bumped the Haffls vehicle, but ctuwd no damage. There wag $100 damage to the fear of the Bilyeu ear and $200 to the front of the Mogler tuto, Mogler was charged with failure to have control. MiTHOOIIT QUAftf IM.Y CONMRINCI tN» Sttbtbirtriet quarterly confettmc* of the Methodist Church wilrmwt *t 8 p.m. *t Pentad. being sent to Viet N*m Mi wife will Alike her home her parent* during Mi Ew.rdM Edward M. Lone Rock girl married GLORIA HOUSEHOLDER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Householder, Lone Rock, was married to Alvin Sharks August 18, at Omaha, Neb., where they are living. Ernie Gales, all cf St. Joa area. >eeeeee»eeeeeeeeeeeeeee Erma Pratt as- Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson DAR MEET The DAR met Tuesday, October 10 for luncheon at the Johnson House. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Jess Dugan entertaln- •ed her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. 500 CLUB MEETS Mrs. John Dutton will be hostess to the "Eigiht Specks" 500 club Wednesday evening, October 18. ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET Members of the Royal Neighbors met with Mrs. Bernltas Lynk Monday evening for a six o'clock dinner. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN The United Presbyterian Women will have a sacrificial breakfast at 9 o'clock Thursday, October 12. RUTH CIRCLE MEETS The Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian women met, October 10 with Mrs. Bert Baldwin at 8 o'clock. IDLE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Delia McCuUough will be hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club Wedneseday, October 18. SOROPTOMIST CLUB The Soroptomist club meets Wednesday, October 18. The program Community service will be given by Florence Bjustrom and Frances Gran- ttvam. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Atha Hardgrove's birthday anniversary was observed Tuesday evening by her Birthday club. Dinner was held at Van's cafe after which cards were played. Bode. HOUSEWARMING Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was given a housewarming Tuesday afternoon. She has for some time had a room with Mrs. John Waldron at 322 North Thorington street. The Waldron house has been sold and they own the apartment building once known 1 as the Slagle home on Diagonal street. Mrs. Van Allen has taken an apartment there. CIRCLES MEET Circles of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, October 12 as followsi—May at 1:30 with Mrs. George Yeoman. June at 1:45 with Mrs. Murl Potter. Sept. at 1:30 with Mrs. John Thompson. Oct. at 1:30 with Mrs. William Noland. Nov. at 1:30 with Mrs. L. L. Ritter. Dec. at 2:00 with Mrs. L. R. Potter. Feib. at 1:45 with Mrs. J. F. Hofius. March at 8:00 with Mrs. Jerry Anderson. April at 1:15 with Mrs.'John Schtit- ter. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN The United Presbyterian women will meet for a 1:30 luncheon Tuesday, October 18. Circle A with Mrs. Don Chiquet, co-hostesses Mrs. Russell Rentz. Devotions Mrs. Laura Hough. Circle B with Mrs. Lewis Merkle in Fireside Room, co-hostess, Mrs. Henry Lund. Program Mrs. AJ Agena. Devotions Mrs. Anton Sorensen, Circle C with Mrs, Jennie Long. Co-hostesses Mrs. Don Hemmiitgsen, Program and devotions Mrs, Oran Hudson. Circle D with Mrs. Irving Miller. Program and devotions Mrs. Beecher Lane. »»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»e« The Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion building Oct. 3. President Pat Brook had charge. Mrs. Kiddi Croker and Mrs. Agnes Smith gave reports on the recent county — and district meetings. It was other parts of the country, reported that 63 pillows were The next meeting will be Oct. cleaned at the recent pillow 23 at Thecla Christensen's. project which the Auxiliary ley reported that District Convention will be Oct. 16 at Humboldt. Program chairman Erna Grover presented Thecla Christensen who gave a review of the article, Nature Provides, from the National Wildlife 'magazine. The article explained how. one could exist on food .provided by nature. Rowena Ryerson introduced Mrs. Victor Fagen, Perry, who showed sliwes of wild flowers .found in Iowa and sponsors each year. Hostesses were Mrs. Bernie Bjord- •ahl, Mrs. Emma Bratland and Twin 'Rivers Band members will compete in the marching band contest at Estlherville Oct. 14. The Wallace MHzvens and Lars Mitzven, former' 'Bode residents, have returned to Kansas City after visiting several days at Harvey Hagen's and with other relatives. Pete Espe is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mary Lou Olson, who attends A. I. B, in Des Moines, and Geri Vedvik, in Methodist hospital school of nursing in Des Moines spent the weekend with their parents in Bode and attended the Homecoming events. Dave Hoyt, student at Ames, spent the weekend in. Bode for homecoming and at POT LUCK SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. Bill Basler and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wyatt entertained the Peace officers Monday evening at a pot luck supper at the lodge at Call state park. (Mr. and Mrs. Verle Holmes, Emmetsburg, were also guests. He is the conservation officer of Palo Alto county. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox attended a convention of journeymen barbers at Iowa City Sunday. Nick Clark, son of the Ho* "mer Clarks, has received an advancement with the navy to Petty officer, first class. He is an instructor at F B M sub training center, Charleston, S. C. The Algona police department investigated several accidents last week, with charges filed in four. Patricia E. Rike, Algona, driving south on Wooster St., at 10:40 p.m. Thursday, hit a car belonging to Gerald Coleman, Irvington. The Coleman car, parked in front of 408 S. Wooster, had $70 in damages to the left front fender and bumper and the Rike 1960 Chevrolet had $250 damages to the left side. Charges of failing to have control were filed against Mrs. Rike, Shirley Mae Martin, Long Beach, Calif., was charged with failing to enter a highway safely when she collided with a 1961 Rambler owned by Ann M. Carman, of Britt, and driven by Jerry Pingel, Algona. The Martin car came from the alley back of Dau's showroom onto South Dodge St. at 11:40 a.m. Saturday. There was $50 damages to the Garman car. At the intersection of East State and Colby streets at 6:25 p.m. Saturday, Larry D_. Kollasch, 16, Bode, hit the back of the 1957 Ford driven by Sandra Kay Reefer, 21, Algona, resulting in $150 damages to the grille and radiator of the Kollasch car and $90 to the rear fender and bumper of the Reefer vehicle. Kollasch was charged with failure to have control. $300 in total damages resulted from a three car chain reaction collision that occurred at 9:40 p.m. Saturday on East State St. A car driven by Cheryl Sue Harris, Emmetsburg, was stopped for traffic, and David D. Bilyeu, Algona, stopped behind her. A third car driven by Duane Mogler, Whittemore, failed to stop in Mr* and Mrs, Warren Bow* man have returned from a visit at Corell, Minn., where they spent a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, the former of whom is pastor at the Artichoke Lake Baptist church. Mrs. Steven is Paul* ine the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bowman. A daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. Steven September 27 and has 'been named Julianne May. Other children in the family are William and Tom. Mrs. OUnn McMurray and Helen Zittritsch left via plane Saturday for their respective homes at Glendale and Gardena, Calif., having been called here by the death of their mother, Mrs. Maria Zittritsch who died September 26 at the age of 96. A daughter Annie who lived with her mother died in June. Mrs. Myra Ostrum hat returned from a vacation which took her first to Oelwein where she visited her sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Cummins and Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, thence to another sister's, Mrs. Margaret Heimer at Lament. From there she went to, Dubuque, DeKalb. 111., and Kenosha, 111., where she visited her grandsons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ostrum, the Steve Ostrums and the Jim Ostrums respectively. Sneri Baker who is employed in Davenport spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. Mrs. Leroy Crapser and her daughter, Mrs. Ellis 'Mains spent Friday at Fort Dodge with friends, Mr*. Cells Deal was visited over the weekend by her grandchildren, Nicky, Larry, Lucy and Tommy Coleman of Des Moines, Mrs. Milten Dahl has been visited by her granddaughter Jane and husband, James Christian of Add. Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal is attending the Iowa Methodist sdiool of nursing and at present as a part of her training is at Knoxvillc. She has recently visited"her parents and her grandmother, Mrs/ Celia Deal. Evelyn Cady has had word from Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry of Lansing, Mich, that they are on a trip and will be in the vicinity October 13 and 14 for a call on old friends. Mr. Henry is still with the John Deere company 'and has had many transfers. He started here several years ago and had an apartment at the Cadys. They have also lived inrMoline, 111., and Indianapolis, Ind. The daughters Patty and Kathy are married. Patty was but a few Months old when they came from LaPlata, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg spent the weekend at Brainerd-, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg. The men are cousins. Staff Sgt. William Grant and) his wife, the former Sharon Burtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis 'are expected 'this week from Imperial, Calif. Sgt. Grant is of ft A, fttddte tuu moved front the former hottte at West Concord, Minn, and has taken an apartment here In the Moulton building on Slate street. She is letvtng this week for a vfeit with her son-in-ttw and daughter at Boulder, Goto. She w»s vtoit- ed Sunday by her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs, Merle Doddft of Arnolds Park. Her visit at Boulder Will be for a few months. Earl Rich was visited Tuesday by his brother-in-taw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Drey* er were visited Sunday by the tatter's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldenberg and Emma of Austin, Minnesota. / Mrs. Emma Dreyer Is leaving Monday for a visit at Fremont, Neb. with her son-in- laiw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morgan. She plans to be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutten and son Jack have returned from a .vacation of a week at Cass Lake, Minn, and vicinity. They spent the nights at the Algona cabin. Instead of fishing they went sight seeing and enjoying the beautiful fall scenery. OPEN MOUSE FOR Sarah Coventry Jewelry NOV. 9 AT 7 P.M. ALQONA COFFEE SHOP Refreshments will be served Sharon Henry PHONE 295-3683 79* I n n i n i i n n n n n i .eeeeeei CIRCLES MEETS Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, October 19, with Mrs. Emma Medin. Devotions by Gretchen Bowman and circle 2 with •Mrs. Myrtle Bfayton. Devotions by Ann Riebhoff. Irvington MARINERS CLUB MEET The Mariners club of the United Presbyterian church are meeting for a 6:30 pot luck dinner Sunday, October 15. Study of Mormonism will be given by Ted and Jane Smith and Galen and Marilyn DeValois. 84th BIRTHDAY An observance of the eighty-fourth birthday of Mrs. Louise Ldeb was held Monday at her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lieto home. Guests were Ella Lieb, Mrs. Ann Presthus and Mrs. Emma Dreyer. OPEN HOUSE Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mrs. Wayne Dugan and Nancy were joined by Mrs. William Kelly •and Kathy of Sioux FaBs, S. D., and attended an open house shower Sunday at Lakota for Patty Koppen whose marriage to Russell Koeing will take place Saturday, October 21 at Davenport. OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Oliver Bakken's seventy- eighth birthday was celebrated Sunday at the Bode cafe and the hosts were his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs..Wayne Hanson. Others present were his wife, Debbie Hanson, daughter of the hosts, Mrs. Jack Rube and little son Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Florence Bakken of By Mae McLean »»eeeeee»eeeeMeeeeeee Mrs. Hazel Sabin received word about tier son, Dwight Sabin, Des Moines, a patient at Veteran's hospital. When Dwight first entered the hospital a few weeks ago, doctors believed him suffering from anemia and he was given transfusions. However, a later diagnosis is that he Iras brucellosis, which he probably contracted while still living at home on the farm here. At this point he is still having tests and treatment. The Kenneth Roneys drove to Laurens Sunday, where •they visited with Merle Wellendorf, who is in a rest home there. Mrs. Florence Larson, who left ihere several weeks ago and is now at the West Friendship Haven, , Fort Dodge, writes she has been busy getting her room furn- ifhed and settled. She was one oH a group from the Haven taken on a tour around Fort Dodge, to see the beauty of the trees and to lunoh. The tour was managed by the Methodist Ladies. Mrs. Larson's address is: Box 44, Room 353. Weekend visitors with their .parents, the Clarence (Bud) Arndorfers were Joyce Arndorfer, who attends Mankato State, and Charles Arndorfer, who attends North Iowa Area Community College, at Mason City. The annual chicken supper was held Sunday evening, Oct. 8 at the St. Benedict Parish Hall. A good crowd I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I October is Car Coat Month at Sheakleys •••P This is Car Coat time of year and Sheakleys has a wonderful selection from which you may choose . . . you'll see many in our show windows this week ... they are priced from $22 up. Sheakleys "Women's and Girls Fashions" RU6S ft ROLL Firnitare & Carpets ALGONA

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