Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1967 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 30, 1967
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f •••••••••••••••••••••••••••«••* "I see by the : Ad vance • •. f ' ,1 -NEWS BRIEH FROM AROUND ALOONA- I— Alfma (Iowa) Advtne* , OCT. j Mf. and Mrt. Jim Evardt have just recently returned Mr. and Mr*. Jim Kelp «n> tertained the members of from a two week trip to the their couples bridge dub on New England states and oth- Saturday evening, Oct. 28. er points of interest along the way. While vacationing Vitltinfp at tht horn* of Mr. the Bverds stopped at West and Mrs. John Sires Friday, Branch to visit the Herbert Oct. 20 until Sunday, Oct. 22 Hoover Library and in River were Mrs. Robert Daniels Forest they were guests of and two children of Home- Mr. Bverd's brother and wife, wood, 111. and Miss Jean Sites also from the Chicago area. The two girls are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sires. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen, parents of Mrs. Sires •Mr. and Mrs. William Everds. From Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Everds went to Dearborn, Mich, to the Ford Plant and there they viewed the old homes of Edison and the Wright Bros, at the Ford Complex. Canada and Niagra Falls were also stopping places lor the Everds on their way to the New England states, there they visited Gloucester, Mass.; Rockport, Maine; Boston and up to Cape Cod. While in Hyannis Port the Everds were able to see the Kennedy homes. On returning they stopped at Hyde Park and visited the Roosevelt Library. Mr. and Mrs. Everds returned on Oct. 14. Mis. Elgin Alton was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Wednesday evening, Oct. 25. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Rooney and Mrs. John Shaw. Dr. Karl ^Hoffman is one of 17 dentists in Iowa who will be awarded certificates of life membership in the American Dental Association at 'Uhe association's national convention to ba held in Washington, D. C., Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 A life membership is granted to all dentists who have maintained a membership in the district, state and national societies for 35 years and who are 65 years of age. The awards will be made in the House of Delegates Session of the American Dental Association Monday, Oct. 30. joined the guests for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen are from Armstrong. Sally and Matthew Cotton, daughter and son of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Gotten were ten years old on Tuesday, Oct. 17 their after school for cake and ice- cream. Sally's guests were Jeanlc Laing, Cindy McGuire, Betty Ulfers, Michael Simons and Laurie Holtzbauer, Tony Forbos was Matthew's guest. Mrs. Corrine Laing will ba attending the School of Cos- SweaCity Class play cast chosen SW6A CITY ^ Cast members have been chosen for "See How They Run," the Junior Class play at swea City. Mrs. Roy Hansen, dlrectop •ays the cast Includes Jacque Drew, Debbie Gorackowskl, John VanNorman, Marlene Larton, Jeff Newlln, Jack Plngel, Tom Davidson, and Keith Hen* rlckson. "See How They Run" will be presented In the Swea City Com* munlty School Gym 8 p.m. Nov. 12. JUgona second in soil judging West Bend placed first and Algona second in the 5th annual Northwest Iowa Soil Judging contest held south of Ruthven Thursday. A total composed of Don Camp, Rod Roger t, David Sabin, Joe Pfeffer and Steve Schultz. Steve Schultz placed third in the competition. Q WSCS MEET The Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, Nov. 2 for a metology in Mason City for one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. three days beginning Nov. 1. John McGuire and Mrs. Mrs. Laing will be studying James Everds are chairmen. the care and styling of hair The 'lesson subject is "Church- pieces and wigs during that es of a Changing World." time. Mi Neiliri / rites today '«<• at Wesley Watlay - John B. Wcifand, 65, Whlttemore, died Thur§> day at Mercy Ho*pH»l, Mason City, alter a lingering Illness. Funeral services wiB be at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30 at the Methodist church in Wesley, the Rev. Frank Constdine officiating. Burial will be in Evergreen cemetery al Britt, the Blake Funeral Home of Wesley in charge. John B. Weiland was born May 12, 1902 in OrtheU township near Wesley. He was (he son of John J. and Ella L. Kruse Weiland. He was married June 7, 1923 at Garner 'to Delia Marie Thompson, who survives. Surviving besides his wife is a daughter Doris, Mrs. Charles Widen, Corwith, and one son, Orvilte, Wesley. There are 11 grandchildren. 'His parents and two infant sons preceded. Two brothers and two sisters also survive. Raymond, Wesley; Harold, Britt; Anna, Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, Britt and Esta, Mrs. Clayton Angle, Swea City. The Weilands farmed near Wesley until 14 years ago when they moved to Whdtoe- more area. Bulldog The mighty Bulldog* pott* ed another victory • by downing Eagle Grove 32-0. Friday they traveled to Hampton for the last away game. They'll finish the season with a home game against Clear Lake next Friday. The JV has remained undefeated after beating •Eagle Grove 34-7. Their last game is also against Clear Lake and it's at Clear Lake. —AHS— Tha timi hat again com* <to make an important decision. The class rings came last week, and the juniors voted for their choice on Thursday. They expected to be in around the first of the year. —AHS— It toemt every Tuesday when the Cade ties and cheerleaders practice, Diane Levy 'has something stolen. Funny thing it's always the same •thing each week. Bruce Sundet sets record in cross-country Mf«. Ptfa Hahrvel be* re. tuftted from t two week* vi» it to Fort Dodge with her §on- in-faw and daughter, Mr, And Mrs. James Elliott and tt Webster City with Her tiiece and husband, Mr. ind Mrs. William Theesfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp had as guests last week Sunday Mto. Lottie taenberger of 'Burt, her daughter, Mrs. Hen^ ry Anderson of Logan and 'her daughter, Mrs. Gene Skeens and Sheila of Honey' creek. Mr. Skeens is in Thai* land. Mr*. Ru**ell Cook wat vit< ited last weekend by har niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanson of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr*. John Weydert *pent a few days at Rochester, Minn, with her sister, Mrs. Bruce Sundet, senior at Luther college and son of the Harold Sundets, Algona, set an Iowa Conference college Jake Weydert who is hospital record at the Iowa Conference jzed there, cross-country meet at Wartburg Friday afternoon. \HELLO Algona Swea Eagle Mrs. Konnath Branat .. Nows of families and newly married couples who have recently moved to Algona. Piano students of Mrs. G. W. Sefrit presented a recital Sunday, October 29 at 3:00 p;m. at the First Baptist Church. Students appearing ivere: Cheryl McClure, Cherri Carlson, Lonny Carlson, Jeff Koob, Becky Thweson, Mike Koob, Debbie Hanson, Dan Carlson, Susan Buchanan, Sharif-en Carlson, and Susan Smith. Entertaining the members of her bridge dub on Thursday evening, Oct. 26 in her home was Mrs. Ted Herbst. High Tally was awarded to Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Mr. Lowell Smith arid son Randy attended the Minnesota Viking game in Minneapolis on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22. Driving to Ames on Saturday, Oct. 21 to attend the Ames-Missouri football game were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Earn- ham, their son Brad and Steve Chrischilles. The Parnham's ailso visited with their two sons, Bill and Bob who are students at the Slate University. Mrs. Paul Seeley flow from Omaha Friday afternoon to Denver, Colo, where she is visiting her brother, Mr. Niell Hintz who is recuperating from surgery recently at Fitzsimmons Hospital in Denver. In her absence Mrs. Hinz, mother of Mrs. Seeley is staying at the home of her grandaughter, Mrs. Julian Ohrischilles, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jaworski are newcomers to Algona having moved here the 1st of September. Mr. Jaworski is a watchmaker at Wiltgen Jewelers and before coming to Algona Mr. Jaworski was a native of Des Moines. He attended 'the school of watchmaking in Kansas City for 15 months and the Bulo- ,va Acutron Special training school for 2 months ,in New York City, .after which he served his apprenticeship from March until Sept. in Vinton, la, Mrs. Jaworski is formerly from Algona and was the former Josephine Carr. She is employed at Honisbruch's Drug Store. The Jaworski's live at 411 S. Sample St. and they are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jaworski have one daughter 9 year old, Trudy Jo Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wray, Jr., moved to Algona in Sep- tembsr I'rom Alta, Iowa. Mr. Wray is an employee of the Cty Light Company. The Wray's have three children, Cindy, 5; Laurie, 4; and Stacy 9 months old. They live at 1414 E. Linden and are members of the First Lutheran Church. Mr. Wray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wray, Sr. of Algona. Air Force in Viet Nam and Mrs. Thilges is living at 610 E. State St. They are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Newcomers to Algona are Mr, and -Mrs. Orrin Estetoo who moved here from Minneapolis. Mr. Estebo HOUSE IS MOVED The house on the Tom Preston falrm, south of Swea City, traveled 18 miles Thursday of laist week to become the ihome of the Sid Payne family. The house was moved northeast of Swea City, in Grant township, a distance of about 8 miles on the road north of the Community hall, 4 miles west of Swea City, then east on another blacktop road, south directly to the Sid Payne farm. The Paynes have The Class of '68 wiN meet soon in the future to decide on their class flower, motto, and colors. Many d'tl'&rent suggestions have been 1 turn* ed in—how about orange and yellow? —AHS— 3rd period gov't class is helping the teacher come out of poverty by buying him a new second car. The "green racer" is getting a little old. —AHS— Students were again dismissed ait 2:00 on Thursday last week: Maybe it will become a routine?!? This time it was so the teachers could attend a business meeting. 4-H CLUBS Cresco Chums the October meeting of the Cresco Chums 4-H club it the County Ex- Mr, and Mrs. Don Hutchi_ A ...... have as house guests Col. The meet was held at the and Mrs. Charles Shepherd country club golf course at of Pebble Beach, Calif. Mrs. Waverly with Bruce running ~" ~ ' the four miles in 20 minutes, 24.6 seconds, breaking the previous Iowa Conference record of 20 min. 35.5 sec, set' last year by Central's Dennis Karnstedt. _ Watburg captured the title, here and in the vicinity whom 27-35, with runners coming in they will visit, the next four places. There Mr*. Jame* Everds i* at Re* are eight colleges in the Iowa Chester, Minn., where she Shepherd will be remembered as Mrs. Hiram White. He was also a Col. and has been deceased a few years. She is the former Helen, Jasperson, well known former Algonan. There are various relatives conference. had surgery Friday. She and The. Harold Sundets and 'her husband had just return- Sharon and the Larry John- ed from ah eastern trip and sons, Algona, attended the meet. G1 ^ canadav as E. Oak St. in Algona. Rev. and Mrs. Ray Cox are newcomers to Algona having moved here the 1st of Sept. from Council Bluffs. Rev. Cox is minister of the Church of Nazarene. Rev. and Mrs. Cox 'have fouir children, Bob, 16; Don,, 14; Phillip 9 and Jim 7. They are residing at 716 E. McGregor. is a since early last spring, hav Salesman for Geigy Chemical ing moved their old house ££.£• SdlaWoa^oT oT- Co. They are living at 117 and putting in a new base- Inostesses - U«M«M» °4 <* ment. The house, 40x34, has 4 bedrooms, kitchen and combined living-dining room. The large living room has a fire- '{^" place. Old timers will remem- ' ber the house coming from the Jos Gross farm, later known as the Joe Preston farm, in the 1920's, and this year, became the property or the Tom Prestons. The Tom Preiytons bought the farm across the road last year. • Mr. and Mrs. George Schwabauer moved to Algona Recent visitors ait Laurel the middle of June from Peterson's to visit their new Hooper, Nebr. Mr. Schwa- daughter were Mrs. Peterbauer is a retired Methodist son's sister, the Leo Schultz- es, Cosmos, Minn., Otto Falks, LOCALS Mrs. Milton Dahl and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Estelyn (Mrs. Paul) Laidley of Laurens are leaving November 5 for New York City where they will spend about two days and will then- fly to Frankfurt, Germany where they will visit with Mrs. Laid- .ley's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Nancy) Ahlers. Mr. and, Mrs. AMers will meet them at Luxemburg , and then drive to Frankfurt, about six hours trip. The Ahlers are in USA government THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF ... PvtaJaiMtAsSlraytr 49th Iowa Inf., Spanish American War OFFICE — 706 & Phillipi, Algona, Iowa 9 7-5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9—12 A.M. . . Sunday 1 —ft P.M. Jane Simpson; Treas,, Mar- Photograiph- and Linda Recreational Chairmen, Nancy Weydert and Mary Ann Erdmain; Music Chairmen, Jeanne Patterson and Linda Lallier; Librarian, Rhonda Sabin. A talk was given by minister and they have one daughter Mary Schwabauer who teaches school at Lucia Wallace . The Schwabauer's live at 509 N. Church St. and are members of the First Methodist Church. Peterson; Marvin Tiggeses, Burt, Forest Hofbauers, John Nymans, Mrs. Maynard Greg- erfons, Mrs. Ronnie Johaneson and the Art Petersons. Courtyard. Diane Hackbarth. 'is Edna Frideres. Reporter Duplicate Bridge players met on Monday evening, Oct. 23 at the American Legion. Winners for the night wera First, Mrs. Harold Jacobson and Mrs. Katherine Krause of Britt; Second, Mrs. Francis Pfeffer and Mrs. Julius Kunz of Wesley; Third Mrs. Jim Everds and Mr. Dean Kinsman. The next regularly scheduled Duplicate night will be Monday, Nov. 13 at 7:45 at the Legion. Hal. Mrs. Corrine Laing with Mr. Matt Bormann drove by ambulance Tuesday, Oct. 24 to Des iMoines to bring Mrs. Laing's ftather, Mr. Henry Otto to St. Ann Hospital. Mr. Ofctp has been in North West Hospital in Des Moines for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Otto will make their home here in the near future. Attending a Bankers Meet- tug in Des Moines Sunday through Tuesday of last week wore Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gil- miore and Mr. and Mrs. Royal Ncti ...... Newcomers to Algona are Mr. and Mrs, Urique Bazen who moved to Algoaa this fall Mr. Bazen is the Spanish Instructor at the public high school. Us had spent the summer in Iowa City where he received his Masters Degree, The Bazen's lived also in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Bazen' live at 1111 E, State St., and are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lav- ernz moved to Algona recently from Burt. He is a mechanic at Ken's Auto. The Lav- ernz's live at the Trailer Court and. are newly-weds having baen married in Sept. Mrs. Lavrenz is formerly from Algona. They are members of St. Cecelia's Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Thilges moved to Algona the middle of Sept. Mr. Thilges is in the SOCIETY HOMEMAKERS CLUB The Plum Creek Homemakers Club meats November 15. Hastasces are Phyllis Kuhn, Clara Keith, Millie Slagle and Hazel Sae'ley. Roll call, A new Thanksgiving Dish. Lesson, Money and Credits. Leader is Pearl Etherington and Inspiration Eleanor Gardner. U.P.W. MEET Women of the United Pres- byteri?n church will meet Thursday, November 2 at 8 o'clock p.m. Program "Thank Offering and Praise Service", and installation of officers of Circle A. Devotion by Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Music by Mrs. Don Chiquet. Circle B serves. WOMEN MEET Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday evening, Nov. 2. Hostesses BIRTHDAY CLUB are Margaret Heerdt, Mildred Mildred Robinson enter- Rob:ns:on, Dons Culbertson, tained her birthday club Tues- Elsie Lndeman, Noreen De- ^y evening. Guests were Boo:n The program on Mrs . Floyd Bode of Hacken- TY,.nksgivmg will be given by sacki Minn., and Mrs. Bernitas Lynk Thca Sparks. DINNER GIVEN Mrs. Ann Harvey gave a dinner Wednesday evening for Mr.-. Milton Dahl who is leaving November 6 for Germany for an indefinite of time. Other guests SOROPTIMIST CLUB The Soroptimist Club will meet November 8. This is a business meeting. BIRTHDAY CLUB . . _, ,. - Mrs. Lucille Montgomery were Audrey Frye.'Mrs. Rose entertained her birthday dub Sig.-b-e, Mrs. Selma Godfred- Friday afternoon, son. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER day afternoon. IHI«WIHIHMIWIIWUIHWHmil«nwmuH»IMIMmHimil«IIWmillHHIIIHniH«l«WWW«W«MUI« Swea City sewer improvement set SWEA CITY - A new sew- ig« . system ts being planned for Swe* City. Swet City Council has approved § tentative program (or Instillation, working with Kruse a»rvlce andRussel , city attorney. couacil hof>*« to aecur* Uv MCfiiiry law* and eaa^ tb» ml<Wl« ol Novem- ber, it expects to submit final plans and specifications to Iowa State Department of Health by Dec. 15. When plan* are approved, the council hopes to advertise for bids Feb. I and award contracts fo? construction by March 15. Hopefully, construction would begin by next May 15 and be com. plated next fall. NeSon was host- Mrs. Dennis Strayer, nee e ss to her birthday club Fri- Linda Cole, was gaven a /...*. miscellaneous post - bridal shower Friday evening at her parents', the Don Coles at Whittewjore. Another shower was given Wednesday at Mrs, Gerald Thilges. FOUR CORNERS CLUB The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters Club met Oct. 12 with Alvina Walker, Marilyn Bjustrom assisting. Program was in charge of Loreitta Broesder and Janice Landhorst. Debbie Laws showed slides and talked about her stay in Switzerland as an A.F.S. student. It was most interesting. Iv3 Witham read a poeim for club cheer. Our next meeting will be Nov. 9 at the Union Township Civic Center, Sue and Grace Bjustrom, hostesses. Roll call is A Ourrene Event and Advine Walker and Evelyn MoNeili will present the program. Violet Walker will give Club Cheer. FASHIOIWISE WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S WEATHERPROOF (a • Q 0 • J Priced from STORE WWHSHOSS SMAJVT SHOPPERS CHOOSE" ALQONA, A

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