Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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THURSDAY, NOV..» FAMILY DINNER A family dinner was held Sunday at the parental James Walker's for the son John Petty Office).- second dlass, who has been home from San Diego, Calif, on a thirty day leave. He has been on the USS Enterprise in Pontd Gulf the past year and left Tuesday morning for Key West, Fla., where he will train navy personnel at the naval station there. Thirty-nine guests attended the dinner and included Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Myers of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klinker of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker and the respective families and Cynthia Groen. At this lime the engage- Ticnt of John was announced. His marriage to Betty Robert:; of Bemjdji, Minn., will take place December 31. DINNER HELD A pre-Ghristmas dinner was held Sunday at Charlie's sup;::r club by Mrs. Milton .Dalbl and her family, Mrs. •Merle Pratt and Debbie of Iowa Falls, Craig Vinson, wife Belly and daughters of •Rock Rapids and Jane, the of whom'is Mrs. James casen and husband of Add, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vinson of Spencer and Mrs. DalhPs brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laicl- ley of Rowan. Mr. Pratt, Dave and John were not able to be present and the son Bob is in California. Mrs. Dahl is Icav- •irrg November 6 for an indefinite stay in Frankfurt,, Germany, accompanied by her >risitdr-i(n-law, 'Mrs. Paul •Laiidley of Laurcns. FABRICS PROGRAM The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club met with Pat Teeter with Lula Evans co- hostess. Jack Chrischilles gave a talk on fabrics and their use. Some garments made up of the fabrics were modeled by Chrischilles store employees. Also several club members modeled dresses they had made, Sandy Nielsen, Agnes Kisch and Jeanette McEnroe were guests. The next meeting will be Nov. 8 at Ida Wildin's with Noreen Wiklin assisting. od hdr bridge club Friday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday afternoon wi«h Mrs. Ann Hanson. CONGREGATIONAL WOMEN Women's Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, Nov. 2, at 1 p.m., with luncheon served by Circle 3. Devotions will be given by Grace Chrischilles. The program, "For Adults Only," will be a panel discussion on mature thinking on the Christian religion. Lillace Sefrit, Judy Thoreson, Donna Knuth and Charlotte Nold will be on the panel. 4 at 6 a.m. to leave from Married NEW PASTOR 'During the vacancy of a pastor at the Nazarene •dhurc'h at E:t'hcrville, Aldcan iMoA.d'ams has been preaching the past three Sundays ait both the morning and evening service. It is expected tire pastorate will be filled in a short timo. Rev. Roy Cox is t!he pastor at the Algona church and his wife an R.. N. works in the Forest City hos- •pital three days per week. Services held Tuesday for Swea City lady Swea City: Mrs. A. J. (Klco- MOPJI) BilsboroiiKh, 7.'), of Swea City, passed away October 2H, 1967, al the Holy Family Hospital in Eslherville afler having a stroke. 'Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, 2 p.m. in the First MKhodis'l church at Swea City with the Rev. W. M. Bloodwort'h officiating. Burial was in the Harrison township cemetery. Eleoiiora Grace BilsboroiiKh was born .December 17, 1893, at Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ik-rner. She re- coived her education in Council Bluffs and then graduated from Iowa Stale College. Ames, Iowa, with a BA in 19 Hi. She was married to Abncr BilsboroiiKh May 7, 1919 at Little Rock. Iowa. Al'ler marriaKe they lived in Little Rock, Marcus, and West Union, Iowa, before coming to Swea City in J »Ju*i, She is survived by her hus- 'band, one son, Donald, and daughter-in-law, Laura of Barstow, Calif., two grandchildren one cousin, and a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her par- onls. Martin Frank, 55 of Wesley, dies Sunday FAMILY NIGHT Sunday, November 12 there will be an all churah family night beginning with a pot- luok supper al the Presbyterian church. PRESBYTERY MEETS The Presbytery General Council mee'luvg of the Presbyterian churches will meet Tuesday, November 7 at 10 a.m. in Acklcy. EIGHT SPECKS MEET The Eight Specks 500 club mot Wednesday evening, November 1 with Mrs. Esther Helberg. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Mel Griffin enterlain- Funcral services for Martin Frank, 515-year old Wesley farmer, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Meth- •nlisl church at Britt. Rev. Wayne Wasta will officiate and burial will be in the Evergreen cemetery at Britt. Serving as pallbearers will be Harold Sankey, Jay Carlson, Merle Cushman, Roger Seefeklt, Norman Seefeldt and Carl Pals. Mr. Frank died Sunday night at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt of a heart attack. He was born Sept. 26, 1912 at Cottomvood, Minn., the son of John and Minnie Frank. He came to the Eagle Grove area in 1933 and farmed for a time there. He was married to LaVerna Peterson at Rcnwick on Feb. 12, 1939 and the couple moved to their present farm home near Wesley in 1948. Surviving are his wife; six sons, Carl, Eldora: Jerry, Mil- LT. COLONEL and Mrs. William N. Bait, Jr., Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter Pamela Lee Anne to Jason Phillip Hinrichsen, son of Mrs. Orlene Hinrichscn, Swea City. The double ring ceremony was performed Saturday, October 14, at 10 a.m. at the Open Bible church, Swea City, with the Rev. Thompson officiating. Bridesmaid was Doreen Thilgcs, Algona, and Rodney Richardson, Swea City, was best man. A small wedding party was held Saturday evening in the home of the groom's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinrichsen, Bancroft. Lt. Colonel and Mrs. William Batt, Jr., entertained at a reception Sunday afternoon at their home for relatives and close friends of Jason and Pamela. The newlywcds are at home at 617 South Dodge St., Algona. Mr. Hinrichsen is employed at Universal Mfg. Co. and Mrs. Hinrichsen at Weiden- hoff Corp. MI,IH1IIIIMHIII,IIIMMMIIIIMIIMIttllMIMMMMMIMIMMII(HHMI1MMIM> waukee, Wis.; Gail, Hotchkiss, Colo.; Raymond, Chicago. 111.; Loren, serving with the U. S. Army in Germany; and Doyle, Gunnison, Colo.; a step mother, Mrs. John Frank, Las Vegas, Nev.; one brother, Donald, Eagle Grove; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Stoneking, Colchester, 111.; and Mrs. Melvin Hornberger, LaCrande, Ore. No loss in Ledyard break-in A break-in was reported at the Ledyard high school last Thursday night but thieves got nothing for their efforts. The break-in, through a back door, was reported by Supt. DeBoer to Sheriff Ralph Lind- iiorst but apparently, the burglars became frightened and left without taking anything. various places, going to Burlington to visit with her sister in law, Mrs. Fetii Bringer and enroute stopping in Waverly to see Mrs. Hatw Johannsen. With Mrs. Bringer she went to Peoria, Hi and visited with the latter's daughter and husband. Enroute home Mrs. Bartholomew stopped at Coraiville to see Mrs. Budd Lawson, nee Bess Hutchison, at Grinne!!, she visited with her brother Dolf Miller and at Ames she saw Mrs. Frank Seeley nee Bermice Skinner. Andrew Hanten spent the weekend at Storm Lake visiting his son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and helping them move into a new home. Evelyn Cady was visited by her cousin Mrs. Harry Goddard of Pocahontas. Mrs. Goddard and her late husband had lived in Wichita, Kan., for several years after retiring and moving from Detroit. Mr. Goddard and Mrs. Goddard's sister Ethel Doe moved to Wichita when Mr. and Mrs. Goddard retired. The sister Ethel died a few years ago and Mrs. Goddard decided to move to the old home town, ROlfe. She could not find a suitable dwelling so look a unit in a new apartment at Pocahontas, only ten miles from Rolfe. She has many relatives in the two areas, among them Mr. and for a their daughter Mania Who teaches art in the school system there. Marcie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long is an art teacher at JoUet, 111. and recently entered some of her work in an exhibit near Chicago. She received a first end a second prize for her ceramics.' Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig were visited Sunday by their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ludwig, Rhonda and Billy of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. George Manus, Lori, Danny, Kurt and Cindy of Burt. Ensign Vern Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne!! Ludwig of the civil engineer corps school has been home on leave. He will go from here to Saigon to act as officer in charge of construction. Mr. and Mrs. James Thilges of Clear Lake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig. Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney was recently visited by her son James of Minneapolis, Minn., who had business in southern 'Minnesota and came on here. He was enroute to LaCrosse, Wis. on further business. Mrs. Olga Jordan and her sisters Ellen and Alma Carlson were visited last week by their brother W. B. Carlson and son in law and Mrs. Charles Lehnus and Mrs. .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Minnie Jarvis. Mr. and Mrs. William Nav- oiohick are being visited by itheir daughter, Mrs. Brian 'Linnan of Omaha, Neb., who also spent some time with the Linrians. A pot luck family dinner was held Sunday at Mrs. John Helmers. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson, iRob and Roger of Brainard, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil W'iilsdhusen and Lynn, of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hdlmers, David, Audrey, Brian and Rickie of Duncombe. Pete and family live in Illinois and at too great a distance for a days visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Laub- enHhal attended the first com: munion of their nephew Joel Laiubenithal Sunday at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logue spent the weekend at Omaha,. Neb. with Mrs. Arlene Logue, widow of the late Sterling Logue who was a brother of Duane. They stopped! at Storm Lake to get tlheir skin 'David, a student at Buena Vista college and all attended the Nebraska- Iowa State football game. K. D. Long took his wife Halsey of Dt3 Moines.. Mr. Carlson is vice president of •the Dial Finance company. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Ha'as went to Fort Dodge Sunday to v!.:it with; Mrs. Lucy Wcssel at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Wessel is the mother of Mrs. Baas and Mr. Schmidt. '' Rev. William Noland of the First Methodist chu'rch will ba in Iowa City thus week for a check up at the university hospital. Rev. Haircey of the Congregational church will answer any needs that might come up during Rev. Noland's •absence. Seniors interested in Class Day at Morningside college, Sioux City are requested to be at the Methodist church Saturday morning, November Dr. and Met, J«Kn Keneflek Were at DCS Moines last week Thursday and Friday and the former attended a General Practitioners meeting. Mrs. Kenefick spent Wednesday at Eagle Grove with 'her sister in law, Naomi Kenefick. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas was visited one day and over night last week by her daughter, Mrs. Dale Brand of Clarion. Bob Kuhn came from Ante- eny Saturday for a visit with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn. Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen and family Were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. James Harris, Jr. Mr. Whalen left Wednesday for Viet Nam with the army. Mrs. Whalen, sister of Mrs. Harris, and their seven children will live in'Eldo- ra. Earl Hutchison, formerly of Algona and Waterloo, now in Florida, has been a guest at his sister Mrs. P. O. Dorwei- lers. The Lawrence Millers and Carroll Potters went to Ames Sunday for Vic Applegate's birthday. Others present were his sister, Mrs. Sylvia Izzard, and her son, the Richard Nolls, Judy and Dwight, Corwith. The Robert Applegates, Atlantic, brought his grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Potter, after she had visited there a week. Mrs. Applegate and children had been at Algona the previous week. Mrs. Potr ter returned to Algona with the Carroll Potters. The Don Potters, Vermillion, S. D., and the Jim Potters, Nevada, were weekend visitors at Dr. L. P. Potter's. The Ward McWhorters, Rogers, Ark., were recent visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. John Schim- mal had as visitors last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. George Wohnke, Bancroft, and Mr. amd Mrs. Dyrl Jones. Laurens. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Irvin •Morey, West Bend, called to see Mrs. Scihimmel who was hospitalized tor two moniths in St. An« hospital, and is still a pant time bed and wiheel chair patient. It will be some time before she will be able to walk. COMM. LASHBROOK HERE , Commander Durwood Lashbrook came from Puerto Rico last Friday for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook. He flew to Mason City where his brother Carroll met him and brought him to Algona. Sunday a family dinner was held at the Lashbrook's with the Bernard Bodes, Hackensack, Minn., and the Carrol! Lashbrooks, Mason City, attending. Mrs. Lashbrook, the former Lucille. Loesch, remained in Puerto Rico with their three daughters. Lions name window painting contest winners Prize winners in the annual Lions Club Halloween window painting contest held last Saturday were Edward Kiilsholm, grand prize; 2nd, in the 5th and 6th grade level, went to Carol Winkel and Cynthia Winter; 3rd, Peggy Dutton and Laura Laing. In the junior high, first was won by Theresa Crowley and JoAnn Poundstone; second, Barbara Cook and Phyllis Pentecost; third, Debra Specht and Diane Sheppard. Special mention went to Anne Schutter and Cindy Merryman, first; and second, Linda Reynolds and Mary Boudewyns. Cash prizes were given the winners by the Lions Club. Bob McCullough and Dr. R. K. Richardson were chairmen of the event. Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Bph Stewart moved this week to the house purchased AT THE HUB from Dr. Bahnson located south of the William Gid- difigs. Me had lived in his; trailer house north of the 1 :, Buff park IS years. ' Guy Giddings, LuVettie, visited Sunday at the William Giddiiigs home. : Eastern Star Chapter in Corwith had a Hallowe'en Fun Night Oct. 28. Neighboring chapters Were invited. The Clarke Millers Visited their daughter Valerie, student at Upper Iowa in Fayette Saturday and stopped on the way home and attended the party at Corwith. Kenneth Halverson, Fenton, and Wallace Hawcott, Bulrt, attended district postmaster's meeting at Hampton Thursday. The Good Will truck from Sioux City will be in Burt Nov. 15. Leave material at Mrs. J. L. Miller's before,that date. Rev. Roger E. Russell, district superintendent, will preach at Burt Methodist church Sunday. : Good Samaritan Halloween party A Halloween Tricks or Treats Party was held Tuesday, Oct. 31. at the Good Samaritan Home #2. At 5 o'clock the tricksters, each dressed in costume, came to; entertain the residents with. songs and poems. Tricksters were Cally and Betsy Bangs, Jody and Brad Chrischilles, Cheryl and Lynn Cook, Mark and Mary Cubit, Julie and Joan Burt, Katie Gilmore, John, Jeff and Billy Hayes, Jane and Joan Skog- strom, John and Bill Strohman, Becky and David Thoreson. Each was given a Halloween treat. the new suits for Fall are Dark and Handsome half-past tuesday 20th CARAVELUE-DAY 1 N DATE WATCH Division of BULOVA Witches - Watch Repair • Gift* ALL COLORS AND STYLES All Silt* — Widths — Lengths TAKES CARE Of YOUR FE Our greatest coat by Norwegian Blue Fox Worn with or without tabs. Designed by famous Lilli Ann in blue or white. In sizes 6 to 18. Same style trimmed with mink, in brown, beiqe, white or black $89 Sheakleys "Women s and Girls Fashions" Men, the clothing we are shewing this fall is truly outstanding . . . new styles, new colors, new *»bn«— all blended intp the best looking selections *f ?Mh«N for men we've ever shown. Stop in and looK at ?ne new fall suits at the Hub today . • • priced from . . . $5500 to

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