Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1967
Page 11
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yj? Around Algona I* ONIiTA DIMIKItN Of, and Mrs. C, I, Mlfor, Cedar RapWs, *m guests of the latter'* rtst*r, Mrs. Aft. tone Johnson, from Thundmy to Sunday. . CtlUr. at MM Parsonage, on Wednesday afternoon of last week were Mrs. W R. S*dl« i of Mount Vemon, with Mr, and Mri. E. C, Sidles, BsthecvtUe. MMdaiMt Fr«d tonnkuk, Dick Meyer, Al Agena, A. D. Orawford and A.: E. Kresen* sky drove to Ackley on Tuesday of last week for a Pres- byterial workshop. At the same time a general Council meeting of the , Presbytery was held and the Rev. Walter More attended <that. Th« Russall f»ick*tt» of Ankeny have learned from their son Jim, who is with the Army in Korea, that he is invited to a Korean home to spend Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mow* ere flew from Des Moines to San Francisco Friday of .last week and will return tomor- irow. They are in attendance >at the National Convention of Building and •<• Loan and While there have visited Mr. and Mrs. John Surges, she being the former Sue La- Banre and a niece of Mis. Mowers. . \ • Mr. and Mrs. Roger Philips/ Andalusia, 111., came Friday to visit their daughters, Mrs. Rex Voyles and .Mrs. Gary McDonald and Mr. Phillips did some pheasant hunting: They returned home yesterday. • '• '." •_.'; "' .;' .'..•:. . David Zoiglor visiM his grandjpairents, the Wilbur Zeigters, briefly on Saturday, riding up from Ames with Jerry Sill, of Lu Verne. Both are , students at Iowa State •and David, a freshman, was 'recently pledged to Sigma Nu and is moving; into the fraternity house witiv the beginning of the winter quarter ait the university.: He is the second son of the Wayne Zeiglers at Marion and his older brother Paul, is at Cedar Falls in his junior year. Tho Algon« ; Sub-district ministers and their wives were served a luncheon in the Methodist Church dining room last Thursday alter holding their monthly meeting that morning 'at the local parsonage. < Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore were visited from Monday to Thursday last week by their son Jesse Who had first stopped ait Waterloo to see his sister Carol and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John DeBtouwe, and with them had gone to Iowa City for the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Jesse, Who took his degree in Engineering at the State University, is now working with a Corps of Engineers on a government building project at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Tho Morlo Oberfaroockings moved last week to Dutouque. They had been living since early this year in one of Mrs. R. W. Caldwell's apartments and Mr. Oberbroeckihg traveled for McDonald 'Plumbing Company, Mrs, Robort Williams Mt Des Moines by jet pdane on Nov. 9 enroute to Santa Ana, Cailif., where *he is staying with her daughter and son- in-law, the Ben Herbste, to whom a daughter was 'born on November 7, She has been Rimed Julie Ann. Mrs. (Hive Herb* Is the paternal grandmother, Mf».^VUlfcMnT wilt •too viHt too nieces: Joan Muckey firdmaft, and Nancy Muckey Shiftier whose families live in nearby Anaheim, and will be present at a family Thanksgiving Dinner at the Ampler home at Which the Hefibst family, and the Robert Muckey family of WeatohestetY will aim be guarte. ' ;•:• . . ' •;.• ' ftaptiied at the Methodiftt Church Sunday morning were: Thomas Ray son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert McVeigh, and David Allen, son of Mr. end Mrs, Robert Engstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraft, their son Paul Kraft, Jr., with Ms;wife and two smell children came from Waterloo to 'spend'the weekend at the George Scuffham home. Paul Jr. returned only lest spring firom Germany where he had spent live years with the Army! During that time he mewled a German girl and the, children were born there. He is making the Army a car reer and will leave Saturday for California to be flown to Vi»t; Nam for a year of duty after buying a home in Waterloo for his family. The elder Mrs. Kraft and Mrs. Scuffham are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyon, St. Paul, visited her farther, Edward Hillman of Wesley, on Saturday, Nov. 4 at St. Ann Hospital and then spent the night at the home of his sister and husband, the George Seufflhams. Mr. and Mr». Ed Gtnrieh are away visiting relatives and friends but plan to return by Sunday. They will stow slides and give their travelogue. A Trip Around the World, next Tuesday eve- nihg at the Masonic temple foHdwitig an Eastern Star Pot* luck dinner and will leave the following day. A reunion of the Jones family (Mrs. . Genrich's) is being planned . fof Thanksgiving Day it Bowie and following that the couple will leave for their <home at Lakewood, Calif., near San Diego, and not far front where their son Howard, his wife and three sons live. The Fellowihlp Hall of First Presbyterian Church was filled to capacity Sunday evening for a family pot-luck supper after which Mr. and Mrs.- Alfred Schenck showed •slides and talked about their recent world tow. Mr*.' Mildred Fraser, accompanied by three of her daughters: Mrs. E. E. Brandow, Mrs. William Dau, Jr., Algona, and Mrs. Den Miller, Mason City, drove to Minneapolis, where they were joined by Lewis Praser and left there by plane Wednesday morning of last week for San Deigo, Calif., for the funeral on Thursday of Robert Fraser, who was killed in the crash of a gyrocopter he had built. Other children of Mrs. Fraser present for the service were Virgil Fraser and his ,wife of Syracuse, N. Y., Ron Fraser, Greeley, Colo., and Mrs. Charles Tibbits, Chicago. The only one unable to be present was Harlan, Who lives ait Kingsport, Tenn. The deceased Robert Fraser •is survived by his wife, a married daughter and a married son, a son in service and one at home. this week at Evanston, mine- is, there a study te being made in regard to the relative positions of the Methodist Church and the Evangelical Urtked Brethren looking toward their Union in April of next year, Rev. Noland drove to West Union Monday afternoon and there met other delegates to the meeting with whom he drove to Evanston. Mr. SIM! Mrs. W. Molldoff toft Perry Thursday evening by train for California and are spending two weeks or more with their son Jim and family at Milptas. They were taken to Perry by Raymond Sankey, a son-in-law. JIM ST. JOHN U2 N, Thoringtoo St. ings you NH Sleep well tonight- your telephone is awake The oddi are ygy won't need to call the police, W/firemen/ gr a doctor tonight... but isn't it reassuring tQ Knew that they're all within quick, easy rtaeh by telephone. Pay or night, there's a wonderful feeling of security in knowing that yoyr telephone i§ always ready to bring help in North western Bell Mr». G, 0, trundaf* and her daiighter, Mrs. James Biggefs left for tiieir home at little Rock, Ark, early Sunday afternoon. They had enjoyed a busy week with many Algona (friends after arriving on Monday, Nov. 6. Mrs. Biggera is employed by the tity as an accountant and was due back at work Tues> day. She and her husband built and moved into a new home about two years ago. Their older son Calvin, was graduated last Spring from, the University of Arkansas, was in ROTC, and will enter service at the beginning of the new year. His brother Brian, is a freshman this fall at the Mine school in Fayetle- ville. While here the women from Little Rock Were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Oartson. On Saturday they were joined by Rev. 0. Leon* ard Nelson of Cloquet, Minn., former pastor here and on Sunday morning they all at* tended the last worship service held at the old First Luth* eran Church. Their new church in east Algona is now completed and it is hoped will be in order by next Sun* day. Mrs. Maria Ogrtn was vis* ited Sunday afternoon by a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Williams with Uwftf daughter Roberta of Attkrirr, Minn., accompanied by another niece, Mrs. Reuben Anderson, St. Paul; The visitors stopped here etiroute home from Renwick where they had attended the Silver Wedding of the Elmer SchneUnets, who are their cousins. Scouts camp oil on now lakt Troop 70 of Algona camped out on the island at Kossuth County Lake north of Algona Nov. 4 and 5. Nineteen boys arrd their tefidets »p«ftt day afternoon irtd SurtdtV studyitig and pftctl«n« cbld weather camping, > All the boys and tt**f e* qtiipmervt, tstvts arid Hrc wood wore transported to the isUnd With canoes. > Saturday night proved to be chilly, windy and even snowy while the evening meat was prepared. Most of the boys were new members of Troop 70 and for some this was their first Scout campout. Ml boys attended church Sunday in Algona. Mrs. William Noland r«- iturned 'home Tuesday night of last week from Burlingame, Cailif., where she 'had spent twelve days with her daughter Beja, assisting in makingarrangements for her wedding. Rev. 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