Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1967
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l-Alfona (lawa) Advance Mr, and Mn. AufUftt Slif (• were visited a couple of days last week by the former's brother George Slagle of Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Atex D«r- mand were recently at Omaha, Neb., visi.ting with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Melonas, fdrmerly of Greece, who were anxious to talk with Mr. Dermand who has recently returned from a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrt. Harold Hobson and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher of Whitlemore went to Belmond Sunday to attend Appreciation Day. Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Sailer were here Sunday from Storm Lake for a brief visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett and 'Mrs. Fern Foster. From here they went to Mason City to attend a wedding of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furtt were visiited Saturday by the letter's sister, Mrs. Dorothy Shatto of Mason City and Mrs. Robert Holmes and children of Ventura. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst were their Antiquing Demonstration Friday, Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Call for reservations 295-5253 OUTER'S DAVIS PAINT STORE sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furst and Doanna of Humboldt and Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Fur.st and family of Britt. Mr. and Mr*. Lao Gardner have returned from an extended vacation trip going first to Grand Island and Cotes Field, Neb., where they visited brothers of Mr. Gardner and at. Sargent, Neb., where they were with Mrs. Gardner's relatives. At Fort Collins they visited with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dahlberge and at Sacramento, Calif., they visited with their son and daughter-in-law, Staff. Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner. He is stationed at Travis air base. At San Francisco they visited a brother of Mrs. Gardner and at Phoenix, Ariz, they were guests of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hanson. Ertroute home they stopped at Ord. Neb. and brought home with them Mrs. Gardner's father, M. II. Sheldon who was in a Rest Home there. He is 94 and in fairly good health. He spends much of his time here with the Gardners. Mrs. John Helmers had as guests Sunday her son Richard Helmers and family of Duncombe. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and Mrs. Richard Groen went to Union, Mo., Tuesday to attend the funeral services Wednesday for Kenneth Martin who died at the wheel of his car and he and his wife, the former Elda Lavrenz were enroute to St. Louis. Mrs. Martin is a niece of Mrs. Dutton and a cousin of Mrs. Groen. Mrs. Martin will be well remembered here as for many years she was employed at the telephone office. Mrs. Martin remonstrated at the speed at which her husband suddenly began driving, and since he had always been conservative the eighty miles didn't seem like him. Me suddenly fell over toward ihef, she managed to pry hia foot from the accelerator, shut off the ignition and Baw that he was dead. Passers by came to her assistance. Me had been doctoring for em" physema for some time. Me was in his late fifties. Mrs. Martin has two sisters and Imelda who lives in Tucson, Ariz. The late Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz was mother of Mrs. 'Martin. The father was the late Mcnry Lavrenz. Mr. and Mrt. William Specht were visited a few days last week by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman of Moline, 111. The Spechts sons are widely scattered. Phil is attending Junior college at Mason City, Bill is working at Vinton with Cecil Will and Thomas is in England. Christine and Rose Arend accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Specht to Templeton when they went to attend the awarding of the Marian Badge to their daughter, Debra, a Girl Scout recognition of nine months of special training. They were also accompanied by Sister Agatha and Sister Mary Jocile of St. Cecelia Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, her brother Fred Hagen and other members of the Hagen family of Titonka have been visited by the sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarky, of Moline. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geil- c.nfeld have as weekend guests their son-in-law and daughter, Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson, Bruce and Brent of Owosso, Mich. Mr. Olson is employed as Field engineer of Armour Egrow- Chemical Company. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel have received word of a daughter October 14 to their son Phil and his wife who live at Horse Heads, N. Y. Phil is employed at Painted Post with the Ingerson-Rand engineering project of air handling equipment. The inr Lakotan to teach in Mexico HHHHUIimilMHM HMMIMMHMMIHimHIHIHtHIMmmmimHmmMMtinMMntlHINHmtHIMIIMIHIllMlimHHMtMtllMIMimillMHimitltllltHIIU A LAKOTA college student, Paul Geilenfeldt Jr., left by plane from Minneapolis a week ago Tuesday for Monterrey, Mexico where he will do student teaching. He was one of six students from Mankato State college selected for teaching assignments at the American school there. Geilenfeldt has been student teaching with a sixth grade class at Fairmont, and will send back information to the class which will be working on a student unit about Mexico. He was selected from among 30 volunteers. They will remain in Mexico until Dec. 8. In the above picture, Paul is second from the right. mmnniniiitiiiinn nil iMiiiiiiiMiinmiiiniiHiiii Alfred Peterson, Mrs. .Rose Kraft, and Mrs. Edward Blanchard attended a Kossuth School Cooks meeting at the Lakota school Wednesday. The Melvin Berklands and Karen toured Pike Peaks state park, Effigy Mounds, Yellow River State Forest, McGregor and saw the Billy Clocks at Spillvillc Sunday. The Harold Pedeltys and son Vernon, Nora Springs, Ellen Mather, Swea City, and Dale Eldridge were Sunday dinner guests at Rev. Russell Eldridge's. Dale Eldridge, student at North Iowa Area Enjoy panty girdle comfort and freedom but... fant has been named Virginia Annette and has a brother Michael who will be four years old in January. Mrs. C. A. Gielenfeld was visited one day last week by her daughter, 'Mrs. Marion Donohue of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie George attended Homecoming at Ames and visited with their son Dennis, a freshman at the university. He was chosen to be a member of the band and plays a trumpet. Mr. and Mr*. Paul Goecke of Denver, Colo., are parents of a second child, a son born in September who has been' named Shawn Broderick. The; other child is a son Scott. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goecke have heard from their daughter Rita that she and her husband Robert Stan-; " ton have returned from a year's residence at Brussels, Belgium where he had a scholarship for further study. He had received his doctors degree in Physical Chemistry. They will be living at Coopersville, Pa. and his work will be in Allenstown with the Bell Telephone company. He plans to later have further schooling. While abroad they traveled extensively. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow spent the weekend at New Ulm, Minn, with their son and daughter-in-law, Rev. artd Mrs. Boyd Granzow. college, Mason City, spent the weekend at Rev ftueteil Marton Warner, Millenary to India will fpeik at the Mettodttt sulwlirtrict meeting at Butt at 2 p.m. and at Algofta at 7:30 p.m. on October 20, t The Kenley Zwiefds have a girl bora Get, 16, 8 U* and 10 on., Heather Klwten. The Hay Zwiefeli and Henry Menks, Nicollet, are the gwmdparente. The Jamea Laabses have a girl born Oct. 14, 5 Ibs. 8 ois., named Terrt Lynn, The Wilfred Laabses and Clarence Rezacs are the grandparents. Mrs. Arthur Rasinussen, Correctionville, wan a week' end guest at Ray Zwiefel's. The Fenton Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Bruhn. There were 15 members present. Mrs. Ed Meyer showed slides of their trip to Oregon, Texas and Florida. There will be .no school at the Sentral schools Friday. LLL of St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday evening at the church with about 50 in attendance. The Albert Mitchells talked and showed slides of their trip to Japan this summer to visit their daughter, Anna Marie, His- aro Yakayama also told of Japan. Fairville's Men's club and Whittemore's LLL are invited to the November meeting to hear Mr. Nun speak. The Vernon Nivens and Nadine Weisbrod, Sioux City, were weekend guests at Dale Weisbrod's. The Ed Bruhns and Mrs. Delphina Hantelman recently spent a weekend at Dubuque and attended the 90th birthday of Mrs. Fullerton, an aunt of Mrs. Bruhns. Mrs. Esther Hintz, Lone Rock, was a Sunday dinner guest at Victor Struecker's. William Bruhh «hd Efvih Bruhn accompanied Paul Dietrich and, Gil* Dietrich, Cyl- iftdcr, to Woman's Lake, Minn,, for the weekend of fishing. Hie Rex Wolfcs attended the funeral of a cousin, Vert Wolfe, at O»kaloosa, recent ly. They also visited Mrs. Ada Heite and the Rollo McFalls and other relatives there. Dorcas .Society of St. John's Lutheran church, DePew, will .meet this Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. The Junior and Senior Confirmation class of St. John's Lutheran church, DePew, will meet Saturday morning from 9 to 10:30. Worship Service Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church, DePew is at 10:30 and Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. 7 year old girl has broken leq Debornh l/ampe. 7 years old daughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Gene Lampc of Bancroft received n broken leg above her knee while at play iii the basement of her home Saturday afternoon. An unused hot water heater fell over, landing on her leg. Debbie, a second grade student at St. Jo'hn school was rushed to St. Ann Hospital and then to Park Hospital in Mason City. Her mother said Debbie will be released on Friday if no complications arise. Millers plan "60ft" al Bart Burl — Mr: and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Burt, will observe their , Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 22 from 2 to 5 p.m. at an open house in their home. Friends and relatives are invited. No invitations are being sent. They request no gifts. DON'T WEAR A TOURNIQUET tight pantylegs can hinder normal circulation, cause unsightly and uncomfortable marking and swelling of the legs and feet. Take the time to be expertly fitted, and to be sure,.. COMPENSATE' by AS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED IN McCALL'S AND GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Pali-Mini ilMMO'l ONLY Q95 long leg panty as illustrated "Home of Quality Since 1870" Band Mothers at Sentral to sell lunches Fantori — Sentral Band Mothers met Monday evening with Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Lyle Newel hostesses. There were 15 members present. Money raising projects for the coming year were discussed. Band Mothers will will sell lunches at the basketball games this year and will also sell candy and nuts. The Fred Mortensons and Kathy and Ronald 'Morten- sons, Millar d, Neb., were Sunday afternoon visitors with Reinhold Laabs. Recent guests of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs were Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Mrs. Frank Thilges family, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern. The Clifford Haases, Algona were Wednesday guests of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. The Jack Gerharts were Sunday supper guests alt Eldon Duncan's. The William DeWalls visited Mrs. Edna Higgins at the Sunny Hill Manor rest home at Rolfe Sunday. The Clifford Douglas family were Sunday afternoon visitors at Calvin Voigt's at Crystal Lake. Quilters Tuesday afternoon at Morris Mitchell's were Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Quilters. Friday afternoon were Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and <Mrs. Melvin Berkland. The Irvin Kassulkes and John spent Saturday ajfter- noon and evening at Ray Stoeber's. The Ray Stoebers attended a cousins reunion at Mrs. Kathryn Hartung's, Ceylon, Minn. Sunday. iMrs. Ida Dreyer spent the weekend at Duane Dreyer's, Humboldt. Sunday dinner >-guests at Duanc Dreyer's were the Arlin Kohlweses and Bob and Martha Holt, Ames. The Arlin Kohlweses had attended parents day at Ames before coming to the Dreyers home. Bob Kohlwes is a sophomore at Ames. The Roy Chiischilleses attended the funeral of Mrs. Chrisclulles's cousin, Mrs. Richard O'Brien, Glenwood, ,* Minn., at Emmetsburg Saturday. The Richard Stuckis were Friday evening guests at Stan Berkland's. The Stan Berklands and William Nielsens, Fairmont, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Howard Bruhn's. Doris Beck, Indianola, and Irene Beck, Independence, spent the weekend at Carl Beck's. Sunday dinner guests at the Beck home were Mrs. Dora Haack, Irene and Doris Beck. 'Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. How you can look "COOL" and Still —SIMPLE, with a New All-Weahter Coat from The HUB CLOTHIERS! Hundreds from which to choose! 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