Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1967
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10CW- BRIEFS f W s&AY, NOV. M; Alvona MllUr it faint *• Oedar Falls to spend her hoi* tday vacation and over the weekend with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mi*. Bart Miller. They were Joined Thanksgiving day by other relatives. Mrs. Norms Orton who hat been at Terre Haute, Ind. for several months has written Mends she plans to be in Marsfhalltown to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Orton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith of Burt were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lacy at 'Burt. Mrs. Anna Hailing* tpont Thursday at Blritt with her 'sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Bortha Pommor »ptnt Thanksgiving at Woden with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and was joined there by other members of her late husband's family. Mr. and Mr*. Don Dahlberg of Laurens were Thanksgiving day guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Everottt Anderson were visited last weekend by their son Phil and wile Of Des Moines. They will have as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson and family of Covington, Ky., and Mrs. Anderson's mother,,Mrs. WiMiam Becker of Bancroft. The son Tom will be spending the weekend at Antity, Mo., with his fiancee, Cheryl Thompson, who is doing practice teaching there. Their engagement lhas been announced. Richard Becker, brother of Mrs. Anderson and son of Mrs. Becker will also be here for the holiday, coming from Wichita, Kan. ing dinner guests of the lat* ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins. Mr. and Mrt. Booehor Lane had as Thanksgiving weekend guests, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiebusch and family of White Bear Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Ooorgo Jora> ons Jr. and family of Des Moines spent Thanksgiving with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jergens Sr. Mr>. Haul Loiby loft November 21 via plane for Corona Del Mar, Calif,, where she will visit a month with her daughter Marguerite Dal- del. Mr. and Mrt. William Kading left Monday for Utica, Mich, and will spend a two weeks vacation with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlowe. Supt. and Mrs. O. B. Laing went to Des Moines via Mason City and there were joined by the latter's sister, Mrs. Grace O'Brien who had been visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goslin and taken to her 'home at Des Moines. Supt Laing attended a convention of Superintendents and school board members. Robort Black and Jack Umbaugh were the Algona Board members who attended the meetings. Supt. and Mr». O. B. Laing were guests of Tom Burns at Clear Lake on« day last week. Saturday Supt. Laing attended a meeting at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Honry Gudor- tan had as Thanksgiving guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Meril Bacon and daughter, Jane Ann of Waltham, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stice of Fountain City, Wis. Mrs. Stice is a granddaughter of the Guderians. Engaged MR. AND MRS. John Hagg, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sandra Kay, to Ronald Presthus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Presthus, Burt. Sandra,is employed at the Chamber of Commerce office in Algona, and her fiance is attending Emmetsburg Junior college. The wedding will be January 20, 1968 at the Fjrst Baptist church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Alton have been visited the past week by the latter's mother, Mrs. Richard Cook of Mason City who has also visited with Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves. Mrs., Cook left for Minneapolis, Minn, to spend Thanksgiving with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fowlor will have as Thanksgiving •guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Nixson of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Jam** Allon will be Thanksgiving guests of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. Mrs. Mary Olson will bo Thanksgiving day dinner guwt of lief MMft'lt* daughter, Mr. and MM, Sampton, Other it * be Mr. and MM OL lir and Mr. and MM. Lou fittM ttV'-. '*•$'• M< 'i| M * 44km Af*MI **»^ li* •• ww%9 94 WMry • %p*I^^PW WVTCi e^^w 4(f and Mrs. Charlei Difbifrf, •pent Sunday afternoon and' evening at Brttt with IMr, Mrs. Bob Hoover, rnwi mwfw Www4 . . VV w« ••* Beardeley had as ThaflkigiV' ing day guests the Utter'* brother and sister-in-tow, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Collins of Hock Rapids. ••" Mrs. Mary Dovitt has been: visited by her niece and hiUI- band, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prouty of Neward, Ohio. ;! ••, Kay Shtaver who taught lit", the school system here tott year and lived in the Roy. Hutaell apartment spent Sat*> urday here with them, hej now teaches at Ankeny. u Lovorn Johnson of the Al* gona school system went tb Lime Springs to spend the' Thanksgiving weekend with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Johnson, i Holon Comfort spent her Thanksgiving vacation at Onawa with her brother and sister-in<law, Mr. and Mrs. William Comfort, 'f-'-' Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gunder ? will spend Thanksgiving at Ames with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stootberry. .^ Graco Kouba and Mrs. Mar* garet Hofmaster spent Thursday at Clear Lake with Mrs.^ Viva Ames, cousin of the late Mr. Hofmaster. The Hof mast-; ers lived there a number of years ago and he was av pharacist and owned a drugstore. (^ Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons have received word froiri:i; their son Jim that he has arr<T rived in Korea. He will serve 13 months there with the Air Force as a paratrooper. His:; address is A/lc James D. Parsons, 2nd DASF - Box 2351, Osan AFB, Korea/ APO San Francisco, Cad. 96570. (PACAF). .: • Mrs. Mary Barry wa* dismissed from St. Ann hospital Saturday and is now at Good Samaritan Home 2. Earl Rich loft Sunday for a visit 'till after Thanksgiving with relatives and friends at DeKalb, 111. Mr*. Haiti Vtra plan* to visit her aunt Mrs. Ida Wold at EStherville one day next week. She had as dinner guests Thursday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Yera of Buffalo Center. Thursday dinner gu«*t* of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner will be Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelley «nd Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Geilenfeld and family, and Mrs. Barbara Krug of West Bend. Mr. and Mr*. Walter Erdman had as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ernst and family of Muscatine. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson have had as guests the past week the latter's mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn. Dr. 0. D. Anderson dame from Mankato for Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mr*. Forman H«in- en spent Sunday at Mooreland with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Larry St. John. Mr. and Mr*. Joo Hoinon of Humboldt have twin sons Bruce and Brian who will be two years old in February. Brian has had recent surgery at Memorial hospital, Mason City to correct a crossed eye. He has made excellent recovery and the eye will be normal. Joe is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinen who •have recently been with the family. Mr. and Mr*. Don Myers and family were Thank&giv- 5 Wwk» 'TH Christmas A KING MOTHER, OK ANUMl. il Ht k Would you walk down 10 steps to SAVE '3QOO? You can SAVE '30.00 and more now at the BASEMENT SALE at the Chrischilles Store! CONTINUES thru SATURDAY Take the kids to Santa Glaus Friday and let us play Santa to you with big savings in Sportswear, Presses and Maternity wear! It's the basement at , . , YOUR QRDERS I lA I WIH|ti Robert Hmisefa is limed to Rode Bergman Sonoea - Rode KMheHfie Bergman, daughter trf the Hallvdan Bergmans, Two Mar- bdra, Minn,, and Robert Han- isdh, Aon of the Elmer (Han^ istihes, rural Bancroft, were married Oct. 21, at the first Methodist church at Svrea City. The single ring ceremony wis performed by the Rev. WUJiam Blood worth. The bride given in marriage by her father, was attend* ed by Patricia Chriatenaen, Fairmont, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Fair* mont, as bridesmaid. Best man was Donald Hanisch, Ames, brother of the groom, and Dwane Johannesen, rural Bancroft, was groomsman. Gail Kauffman of Lake Mills, arid Rolf Bergman, Minneapolis, were ushers. 'Music was by Mrs. Hazelhoff who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Warren Hastley. A reception was held in the church for 150 guests. Linette DeBoer had the guest book. At the punch bowl was Valerie DeBoer. Mrs. Harold Knanitz was dining room hostess. Cake was cut by Mrs. Sylvia Claybough and Mrs. Ray- fhond Gardner, Mre, tfd Hartley, tutit of the groom, poured coffee. Waitresses wfcre Ml*. Bonnie Tow and Gloria IWier. GtfU were opened and displayed by G*yto Custard and Cheryl Mett. Out of town gue*ts included friends and relative* Iran) Two Harbors, Minneapolis, Fairmont, Rotfe and Bancroft. Mrs. Hanisch, a 1962 graduate of Two Harbors hi*i school, is employed at Aerospace Research in Fairmont. He was graduated from Sentral high school in 1968 and is employed with flatter Motor ait Fairmont. They are living at 118% Webster St., Fairmont. Rf UNION — Two Guthrie Center brothers in different branches of the Armed Forces met in the Dong Ha area of Vietnam July lat. Marine Thomas Sloss and Army Pfc. Lar- try Sloss learned of their proximity through letters from their mother. Tom wiU be soon discharged from the Marine Corps and Larry is still serving in Vietnam. 50 YEARS — 50-year pins were presented to four Marengo Masons this month. They are Lyie Alverston, Earl C. Berry, Frank Smith and Tom Malcolm. Mrs. Glenn Ellis was presented a. 50-year pin for membership in the Order of the Eastern Star; Frank Smith also received a 50-year honor OES pin. £•• HAWAII MM. Brian Rike arrived home Tuesday, Nov. 14 front Hawaii where the hid spent five dayi with her husband who was on a five day rest leave from Viet Nam where he is stationed near Pleiku. Brian has been transferred to H*adttuart«tt company of th« 8iW engineer Battaiiott. v, The Rlkes stayed at the Reef Hotel and took many sightseeinf trip*, they »w the Punch Bowl cemetery, which is an did volcano crater on the island of oahu, where Ernie Pyle Is buried, and also the battleship Arizona, OiRCHIBTMAS TREES ARE MOW IN STOCK!! CHOOfl FROM — Ml Sjogren Grocery ALGONA for his Christmas GiTtiTjg The HUB has the best known brands in Men's Clothing!! m When it comes to (electing a gift for the man on your list, your job will be easier at the HUB CLOTHIERS. We have the most complete slock of mentwoar in our history. You'll find the "mo*t-wanfed" brand names hero. Check this list... MICHAELS, STERN SUITS * VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS i ^ FREEMAN SHOES ^ DOBBS HATS See eur display o'f novelty gifts for your favorite man BROUKFIELD SPORT COATS * MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR ' INTERWOVEN SOX ,mft * WEMBLEY TIES VAN HEUSEN PAJAMAS • MASTERBILT SLACKS * JADE EAST TOILETRIES ^ SAMSONITE LUGGAGE JOCKEY UNDERWEAR ^ CAMPUS ALMVEATHER COATS ROYTEX LOUNGING ROBES ty f ! SWANK JEWELRY W* LEUTHOLD HAMS "Home of Quality Since 1870" r*'^ -i

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