Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 6, 1967
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by the Advance..." -NIWS SRIIPS PROM AROUND AtOOWA- Mr, anil Mrs. Pfeyd Holt with their daughter LuAnn and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hull of Humboldt attended the Iowa-Purdue game in Iowa City over the Oct. 28 weekend. LuAnn visited at the home of her sister Betty and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed German who are living in towa City. Mr. Carman is attending the University. I ^-Tir_LUJl Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Bradlay Jr. and Mark Seeley attended the Iowa-Minnesota game at Iowa City over the Nov. 4th weekend. While in Iowa City they visited with Miss Vick Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bradley Sr. who is a student at the University and with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Downey, son and daughter-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dow* ney, who are also students at the University. Mrt. Linda Rathjan of Luverne, Minn., was a guest recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pau! Seeley. Mrs. Rath- Jen is an aunt of Mrs. Seeley's. Rav. and Mrs. Milo Dailay visited and attended Homecoming activities at Dakota University in Mitchell, S. D., over the Oct. 27 weekend. On Sunday, Nov. 5, Rev. Dailey attended a meeting at the Episcopal center in Boone. Rev. Dailey will return Tuesday, Nov. 7. Attanding th* stag* musical production of "Fiddler on the Roof," a New York Drama Critics' Award "Best Musical", in Minneapolis on Saturday.! Nov. 4 were Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Schoby. P. E. O. mat at th* horn* of Mrs. Russ Buchanan on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The program on P. E. O. projects entitled "Through Understanding" was presented by Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs. Claris Kresensky and Mrs. Andy Cubit. Jodi* Chriuhillaa wa» hot- tess to five little friends at a Halloween masquerade dinner and party in her home Tuesday, Oct. 31, at 5:30. Guests were Jane Skogstrom, Becky Thoreson, Sara Chrischilles, Sandy McConnell and Karen Erickson. Julian Chriuhillas with hit sons Steve and David attended the Iowa-Purdue Homecoming game at Iowa City on Saturday, Oct. 28. Entertaining th* m*mban of her bridge club on Monday evening, Oct. 30, was Mrs. Dale Farnham. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hal Long, Mrs. Joe Rooney and Mrs. Phil Diamond. Mr. and Mrt. Pat Montag attended the A. J. A. convention held in Chicago from Monday until Wednesday, Oct. 23 - 25. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard attended the funeral of Mr. Ballard's grandmother, Mrs. Edna Johnson in Des Moiries oh Thursday, Oct. 26, Sunday eveninf Nov. 12 tha members of St. Thomas Episcopal church will have their annual every member canvass dinner meeting at 6:30 in the church undercroft. Mr. Robert Henderson is in charge of the arrangements. A Hallowaan party was hald at the home of Mrs. David Merryman Monday afternoon, Oct. 30 for members of her Girl Scout troop. Girl Scouts are Susan and Liz Harmon; Jane Skogstrom; Becky Thoreson; Rhonda Wilshire; Jo Taylor; Jodie Chrischilles; Sara Chrischilles; Lori Chamberlain; Susan Myers; Cathy Lloyd; Sherry Merryman; Tricia and Trudy Parrish; Theresa Frazee; Diane Jorgenson; Toni Hanson; Sandra Welsh- aar and Cindy Ringsdorf. Mr*. Nat Bangs Sr. of St. Paul, Minn, spent several days visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law and family, Mr. and ,Mrs. Nat Bangs Jr. last week. On Friday Mrs. Bangs with Mrs. Bangs Sr. drove to Clearwater, Fla., where the Sr. Mrs. Bangs will spend the winter. Mr. and Mn. Varn McClura were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Stead and family of Minneapolis from Saturday until Sunday/Get 21 and 22. Sunday afternoon Mr. McClure and Mr. Stead attended the Viking football game. Mrs. Jack Chri«chill*» was host to the members of her bridge foursome on Friday, Nov. 3. Lunch was served and followed by an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. Murray Mowers, Mrs. Julian Chrischilles and Mrs: Don Ferris are members of the foursome. Mr. and Mrs. Gaorga Wolf visited at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lockwood and family in Waukee, la. on Saturday, Oct. 28 and on Sunday the Wolfs attended a Holt family reunion, and dinner which was held at the Community hall in Stanhope, Iowa. Guattt in th* horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stangl over the Oct. 28 weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nelson and two children and Mrs. Vallie Smith also of Coon Rapids. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Stangl and Mrs. Smith is the mother of Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Stangl. W*dn*tday, Oct. 25 St. Thomas Episcopal church was host to the members of the clergy of the surrounding area of the Episcopal church. A 6:30 dinner was served by the members of the Ladies Guild. Rev, Gordon V. Smith, Episcopal Bishop of Iowa, also attended the dinner. Mrs. Nat Bangs and Mrs. Wm, Kuhn Sr. were in charge of the dinner arrangements. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourn* S—Algorta (iewa) Advance MONDAY, NOV. », tW attended a medlea! meeting in Omaha, Nebf., having left oil Saturday, Oct. 21. While In Omaha they visited with their daughter arid family, Mr. and Mri. David Haggart. Mrs. Haggart is the former Barbara Bourne. On Wednesday evening, Oct. 25, Dr. and Mrs. Bourne were in'Des Moines to hear Gov. Reagan speak at the veterans auditorium. Others who were also in Des Moines to hear Gov. Reagan were Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Schoby, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Carlson, Mrs. Duane Dewel, and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey. Mrs. Jim Evardt recently underwent surgery at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., and returned home on Tuesday evening, Oct. 31. Mr. and Mrt. Steve and the Anderiefii. Mrs. Paul Seeley returned Friday, Oct. 27, from Denver, Colo., where she has been visiting her brother Mr. Niell Hintz who is recovering from surgery at Fitzsimmons hospital. Mr. Hintz has recently been dismissed from the hospital and has returned to his home in Lansing, Kansas. Mrs. Seeley flew from Kansas City to Des Moines and was met there by Mr. Seeley. Garden club mat today (Monday) Nov. 6, at the home of Mrs. Albert Reid at a 1:30 meeting. Mrs. Herb Hedlund and Mrs. Harley Troutman are the hostesses and the program "Blooms All Year" was presented by Mrs. Martin Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Andersen entertained the members of their couples bridge club on Sunday evening, Nov. 5, in their home. Members are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Sunnv Rochleau. "WHAT DO YOU MEAN? TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION?" Net always! Wh*n you ar* insured with an ind*- pendent local afl«n» *ucK at Bohannen iniuranc* Agency thfr* U only on* *id* con*id*r*d —— YOURft We r*pr*«*nt you in any accident or leaj until a final/ *ati»fa«tory s*ttlam*nt it mad*. MSIMNCE A6EHCY sota football game in Iowa Cl. ty were Or, and Mrs. Dean Koob, Mr, ihd Mrs fid ou wore and Mr. and Mrs HUM Buchanan, The couples left on Friday and returned Sunday evening. ' Y ' .Altar OulMef it, Themes Episcopal church wilt meet on Thursday, Nov. 9 at 1:80 to the church undercroft. Members el the feel Cant* chorus will have a practice meeting at Bryant school from 2 until 3 o'clock on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Mrs. John Vint is the chorus director. Mrs. Jim Kelp will be IMS. tess to the members of her bridge club on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, in her home. , Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whin* more attended the Iowa-Purdue game at Iowa City over the Oct. 28 weekend and while in Iowa City visited with their daughter Lark, who is a student at the University. Mr. and Mrs. James CJial- strom have adopted a month old baby girl on Friday, Nov. 3. The new little miss has' been named Ann Marie. Mrs. Chalstrom has been teaching school at Lucia Wallace in the fourth grade and will be re? placed by Mrs. Steve George. Entertaining at a luncheon Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 31, at the Algona Country Club in honor of Mrs. Charles Sheppard were Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Beth Miller. Mrs, Sheppard is the former Helen White, who with her husband Col. Charles Sheppard are visiting friends in Algona. They 'are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison. / €*f*featini her m birth* day on Monday evening, cm, 23 was Terri* Heidertcheidt, daughter of Mr. and Mr* James Heider*h«idt. Honoring fgrt were her grandpar< enfe, Mr. and Mrt. ffike kel- derScheldt, Mr. and MM. Larry Helderscheldt and daughters, Mr, and MM. Joe Wag' her and boya, Mr. and MM. Ed .Schumacher* MM. John Wagner and Mr. And MM, James Aman. Also helping to celebrate the occasion were Terrle's brother Dale and sister Jo Marie. Gifts were open' ed during the evening and a birthday lunch was served. 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