Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 14
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<HT| M * I » > I I H I IH I I > 1 I I i I H M I I MM M ill- Around Algona by ONIITA DlDHIKSEN Mmmmnminn Phone 2* $-2405 Or, and Mrs. A. W. Amun- sen left Sunday to return to their mobile home at Brownsville, Texas, after spending the summer In northern Minnesota. The suitcase lost on a trip they made by bus from Milwaukee to Minneapolis, has never been located by the Greyhound Company who will refund them for the case and its contents. Amun- sen,? i'earned by telei-i'iono that their Brownsville home Was not badly damaged by the recent hurricane but they will probably have to replace the Cabana covering. Mr. and Mr*. Allen Bullock went to Ames to spend the weekend with their daughter Rosemary at the University and to attend the Parent's Days festivities. Rosemary lives at Oak Hall. Give your treasured time piece the care it deserves. Depend upon our experts for repairs in record time. Prices are low. Mr. and Mr*. William Run- diey were hosts to a family dinner on Sunday. Among guests were Mrs. Runchcy's sister and her husband, Mr. •and Mrs. Earl Powell with their son Larry and his family, all of Minneapolis; another brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill and family, Mason City and their daughter's family, Mr. and •Mrs. Emory Lilliboo, Thompson; also the Wayne Smiths and Lyle Hucheys, West Bend, daughter and son of the William Runcheys. Callers during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards, Brill, and the Robert Hard- kopfs, LuVerne. The Robert Watson family moved Monday to Atlantic where .he will be manager of the moat department in a- mother Swanson Store. He had been with Swansons here since their opening, and had lived in Mrs. Joe Tschctter's house on South Minnesota (street. i Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Scger drove to Iowa City a week ago Saturday for a brief visit with their daughter and her husband, the Roger Wrights, then went on to LaGrange Highlands to visit the iLarry Leaneaghs, their other daughter's family. Mrs. Seg- cr, who is on a two weeks vacation from the Advance office, remains in Chicago this week, but Mr. Seger came 'back Saturday and returned to the Highway Commission Garage Monday morning. iMrs. Segcr will stop again in Iowa City cnroute back and will also spend a day in Des iMoines with her sister, Mrs. •Clarence Armintrout and her husband. JIWILM AMIMICAN OIM SOCIITV A Fall Festival, sponsored by the WSCS is being held today at First Methodist church, thelf first Baiaaf in some time. A $1.00 lunch is being served fro/n 11 to 1 o'clock and is open to the public. Each Circle has a separate booth containing Items for sale including baked goods and handwork. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott were at Austin, Minn., on Sunday where many of the family gathered In honor of ths 92nd birthday of his father, Lawrence Wolcott, which was on Tuesday, Oct. 17. The elder Mr. Wolteott lives at the Good Shepherd Home in Mason City. The birthday celebration was held at the home of another son, Clifford W., who lives at Austin. Others present were a daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Naae, Emmetsburg, their son Kent Naae and his wife, Davenport; a granddaughter's family, ihe John Michaelsons, 'Mason City and the Ed Wolcotts, daughters and their families, the Clayton Pittmans, Algona, and the Delmar Kerns, West Union. Mrs. William Haweott and her sister Bess Hopkins accompanied by Fielding Perry who drove, went to Des Moines last week Thursday to get their brother Lee who had been a patient for several wcaks at Veteran's Hospital where he had major surgery. He is now recuperating satisfactorily at home. The Spiritual Life Department of the Methodist Woman's 'Society of Christian Service will hold a Sacrificial Breakfast next Thursday morning, Oct. 26, at 9:30, in observance of the annual Week of Prayer and Selfde- nial. The meeting will be held in the dining room of the Methodist Church. Small children will be cared for in the Nursery. Mr. and Mrs. • Fred Geigel drove to Monroe, Wis. Sunday afternoon and returned *-*AtftM (.§*•) yesterday after vUitin* atives in that area. rel- SAVE $15 TO $20 PER TON Iff You Act NOW!! And Gel BETTER GAINS . . . BETTER PROFITS with NUTRENA's Prescription Feeding Program for Your Cattle NOW is the lime to save on your Cattle Feed Bookings. KEMRMHKR — ALL FEKDS ARE NOT ALIKE — SO WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA • • • . your neighbor does Cargill Incorporated Julie Johns** anal MM. Sid Spear Went to Mason City Sunday afternoon to call on Mrs. Betty Galbraith who was transferred a week ago from St. Ann id Park Memorial Hospital. Her back difficulty was Improving and she hoped to be released sometime .this week. She has been on an enforced vacation (torn the County Clerk's office since early September, The Delphian Society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Harold Gilmore with Mrs. George Sefrit presenting the program. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmuts, Salin>a, Kansi, came Saturday and remained till Tuesday at the Merle Webster home. Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Sen- mutz are sisters. Here for ths weekend were Websters' son Richard, his wife and their three children, Kirk, Lisa, and Todd of Des Moines, who also visited Titonka relatives. The Rich Websters have moved into a recently completed home at 3909 Hill- creit Drive. Richard is employed at Bankers Life. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Setter came from Storm Lake for the weekend and attended a wedding Saturday afternoon at Mason City. Mrs. Roland Ostwald, north of Whittemore, has been visited by her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Owens of St. Louis. On Saturday she entertained for her at a luncheon and among guests were Mrs. Ann Anderson,, mother of Mrs. H. W. Erickson, who left Sunday after spending a week here with her daughter's family, and Mrs. Kenneth Lacy, of Highland Park, 111., who, with her husband, are guests at the Ted Herbst home, their daughter's family- Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson spent the weekend with their daughter Virginia's family, tine Duane Devines, at Storm Lake. sub-district ministerial meeting. Fifteen Methodist churches _ Weti jFtpftlfflted with the Rev. and Mn. Chest' ei Quinn as hosts., A laraer than usual number of local officer! ot Eastern Star were in Des MoiM* for part or all of the 1966 session of Grand Chapter which closed last Thursday. Mrs. Fred Schitts, a District Instructor, and Mrs. Ray Cunningham, worthy matron, went on Monday. Mrs. Claude Ruark and Mrs. Robert Boleneus drove down on Tuesday and were joined Wednesday by Mesdames Bob Williams, Glenn Gabrielson, and Frank Moulton. Three men also were included: Ray Cunningham served at teller at the Wednesday election and was accompanied by Robert Boleneus and Claude Ruark join* ed his wife for the Thursday session. The newly elected Worthy Grand Matron comes from North Iowa and is Mrs. Leona Dosland, of New Hampton. Mrs. C. N. Rebinsen and daughter Mildred were visited last weekend by other members of the family. Mrs. Earl B. Miller, former Algon- ian, now of Spring Valley, Minn., was accompanied by her daughter and husband, iMr. and Mrs. Roland Fine, whose recent wedding took place in California, the Millers going there for the event. Mr. Fine, who has served two years in the Army is awaiting assignment and when he leaves, his bride will remain with her parents. Also .here were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens, of Ayrshire, their son Lance with his wife and two months old son Martin of Iowa City, on the baby's first trip to be seen 'by the relatives. Lance has received his degree at the State University and his wife will graduate in February. Earl Miller, who formerly was an Algona contractor, now, with his wife, operates a trout farm at Spring Valley and they took their first vacation in some time when they went west to their daughter's wedding. Leon. Algdftifls at the sea iidfi wwe: Me»dam«» John Thompson, August Sllgle, Dale Strutters, J. B. Asa and tee* Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Cun*lna> ha'm of Doaft With the Arnold Brandt family, Titonka, drove to LeMftrs Saturday for the Westmar College Homecoming football game with Con' cordia College. Keith Brandt, a junior at Westmar, played on the winning team. His parents, and parents in law then Went to Sioux City to have dinner with him and his wife, the former Janet Cunningham, who is a senior at Morningside and is now practice teaching llth and 12th grade English at Bast High in SioUx City. The young couple live there and Keith drives to LeMars for his classes at Westmar. eve* deep dirt and elimlMtei *g. No wet carpet, no hondwerk. Price quoted Ini Holt Cleaner to clean 300 M|. *• •* «"P*t P* gl *• of tleetrJe Oo-lfuih. MAPI FURNITURE Call M2U. Alaona PLAY IT SAFE ..BE SURE THAT INSURANCE IS ON THE JOB T. James Palmer, Super* intendent, Algona Municipal Utilities, recently completed a three-day course in "Mod* ern Management Methods", conducted by professional specialists and staff experts of the American Public As* soc. at Minneapolis. Charles B. Pox, of the Pox Barber Shop, Algona, has just completed an intensive course in advanced mens styling at the Sioux City School of Advanced Hair Styling sponsored by the Sioux City Barber college. Muskie iRoger Stevenson of Osage had a most successful fishing expedition earlier this month. Roger brought back a muskie which weighed 28 Ibs., three oz. and was 46Ms in. long. Cucumber Mrs. Lesley Drummond of Calamus is the proud grower of a giant-sized cucumber. It weighed six pounds; measured 10 inches around and was ' 24 inches long. Protect Your Business... Insure Now! If accidents happen on your property, it can cost plenty! It's good business to protect yourself with our low-cost liability insurance. < Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Ph. 295*2735 *»»»*> The Gary McDonalds spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, of Audulasia, 111. Mr. 'Phillips, a Railway Mail Clerk, had worked out of Omaha J for some time and they had ibuilt a fine new home,, at Glenwood, Iowa, which .was sold when he was transferred recently to the Post Office Terminal in Rock Island, 111. They found a house to rent at Audulasia, a small town nearby, and will remain there for a Urns. Until Milwaukee mail service was discontinued here the Phillips family lived in Algona. Mrs. Harry Pottar want by bus to Omaha last Thursday and is visiting at the Edward Zenders, her daughter Gail's family, till late this month. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dowel, Baraiboo, Wis., visited local friends and relatives the past weekend. Their older daughter, Barbara, is now a Carroll College freshman and Shirley is a freshman in high school. A number of Algona women attended the Sixth District biennial meeting of Women's Federated Clubs held Monday at Humboldt. It was reported that 311 were present for the day and 29 of them went from Kossuth County. Dr. Sigvold Fauske, president of Waldorf College, spoke on: Youth Seeking for a Way of Life Worth Keeping, which fit into the Club meeting's theme: Walk Hand in Hand with Youth for a Better Tomorrow. Also on the program were State President Nell Bonnell, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Ralph Viner, TIRED of On a Society page of Sunday's Register appeared a picture of Barbara Carr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale M. Carr of Oskaloosa, who will ba married on Dec, 23, to Robert Mather of Gary, Ind. Miss Carr's mother is the former June Overmeyer, well known Algona girl and daughter of School Sup't and Mrs. -J. F, Overmeyer, now deceased. The bride to be is a senior at William Penn College of which her fiance is a graduate. He is now working on his masters at Central Missouri State in Warrensburg, .Mo. The Clyde Lloyds and Merle Chamberlains tpok their Campers to Ingham Lake Saturday where they fished and remained till late Sunday afternoon. With our new Party Room we can now seat 95 people. You'll always find excellent service and good food. We're open from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Sundays by appointment only. JIM ST. JOHN 112 N. Thorington St. Phone; 295-5556 rings you NFL in the action on CBSl FV Sunday! Call in for a better! deal on car insurance any day!) Phone 205-2741 Algona, Iowa The Rev. attended a Conference sions held week at Iowa following day William Noland meeting of the Board of Pen- Tuesday of last Falls. On the the Nolands INtUMNCI P-6753 STATi: I A KM MUTUAL IAUICJMDUIU-: INSURANCE Hume Ollkc: Uluonunyluii, Illinois FOR DINNER MEETINGS, PARTIES, Etc. Make Your Christmas Party Reservations New Wa new catar all feed service for the tegien PHONE 295-9117 Home-made Bread ft Nolle at Everyday Lew Prices TRY { SID'S CAFE U4 N. THORINGTON ALGONA, IOWA PHONE W59H7 went to Emmetsburg for a Halloween Headquarters MASKS - COSTUMES - PARTY GOODS - PUMPKINS - CANDY •ton 296-W2I BOMGAARS s-toBFN FRANKLIN

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