Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1967
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• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••a mmfrynnrrrmmrrf Around Algona „«,„,**, for the John feere ehiidrefi KM* sever*! day*, ribband, Mr; a«d Mts. fid Mr., W* g, W^ulleufh piwifld. She.cdebgwI i Cdfr^ny It ft* ft***, W., gtgrtojh*«^>d tag Stfce of rounlMi. CU*, Wis: &£*!»*$& WCl ***** " *«*»**< ^ by OMITA DIDHIKIIN Phone WM60S and Mrs, 0. W. Still, trot*.' men wlU spend Thanksgiving Day with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Fmkbine at Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. 0, 0, Sparks left Monday afternoon to drive to Iowa City where Mr, Sparks entered University Hospital for examination and possible surgery, Meantime his wife is staying at nearby South Amana with a niece, Barbara Leeks-Moss. Mr. and Mr*. Oeorge Yeoman were visited from Sat' urday to Monday by Mrs. Joe Koilba of Oorwith, who is Mrs. Yeoman's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Detrick with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe went to Windom, Minn., <m Wednesday for the funer- ad of Mrs. Theresa Ramer, 92, Who had died on Monday. She was an aunt of the two women and had lived in Algona for a time several years ago. ' Mrs. Eva Wide enjoyed a visit from a niece, Mrs. Veda Doyle of Ellsworth, who was >here Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons, Manchester, and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Iowa City, are arriving Wednesday evening to spend Thanksgiving with the Don Nelsons and Jerry Cowans at Whose home a family dinner will take place on Thursday. Clara Thorpe, Des Moines, a former Algona woman, was hospitalized for a few days recently for tests arid diabetic treatment. Dr. Leroy I. Strohman of Ailgona, returned Tuesday after conducting a Clinical Seminar on Children's Dentistry at the Scientific session of the Greater Detroit DentaJ Society in session Nov. 18 to 21. Meetings were held alt the Staitler-HMton Hotel in De- Mr*, Harry Potter returned home Friday from Omaha where she had been for, a month with the Edward Zen- ders, her daughter Gail's family, office. Mr> eno Mrti Wi Wi pie were hosts it I prc- Thanksgiving diwier oft Sunday, hoftdriHtt a gnandiofi, David Konihiis, who left Tuesday fof Sflfi .Diego to begin boot training in (he Marines. Other guests were his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ivan Koblhaas, Deborah and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Cter* her, Mr, and Mrs. John KM* net. The women ate the three daughters of the Gillespies. Mr. and Mrt. E. L, Woleoft drove to Fairfield on Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cash day to spend Thanksgiving drove to Lenox' on Wednes- with her mother, Mrs. lla day for'a family Thanksgiv* Wheeler, at the home of her ing at the home of Mrs. Amy other daughter, Mrs. John Cash where they were joined Waggamon, while the Wag- by brothers of Mr. CaSh and gamons went to St. Louis for their families from Albia and the Holiday weekend with Des Moines. •their daughter's family. Th* Den Potters and two of their daughters, Vermillion, S. D., and the James Potters, Nevada, were here Sunday for the last rites for (Mrs. R. H. Stoddard and three Mrs. Russell Thorpe. Mr. and Mr*. Allen Sells- bury returned Tuesday of last week from Lincoln. Neb., where they had visited their daughter's family, Dr. and in W€tt Des Moittet with the four chiMreiv ol their son, Allen B. Salisbury, Jr. while he A bis wife vacationed in Tube, OMr, arid New Or- leifts. the son's family and his wife's parents, Mr. and MrsVC. B Evets, Jefferson, will be Thanksgiving Day guests here at his parents 'home.. Mr*. 0. W. Sflllman enter* tained her Bridge Club on Friday, Nov. 17 witJh lunch first at the Country Club. Mr. and Mrt Paul Puffer and two daughters will go to Corwith for Thanksgiving with the John Puffers who ihave two sons in service, one of them in Viet Nam, and a daughter at home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ouder- ian will have as Thanksgiving Day guests their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bacon and Jane Ann, Waltham, Minn., With the Bacon's daughter and her , , The Guderiaftt plan to spend Christmas with the Bacons. They were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Otto Schmidt. The Charles Hardfrwet went to Storm Lake Saturday Id be present for the fiuena Vista College play, "See How They Run" in which their daughter Kitty, a sophomore student, took part. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Steven went to Bopne on Wednesday of last week for the funeral of Ted Johnson, a brofiher4n- law of Mr. Steven, Their son, Robert Steven of St. Cloud, Minn., came here to take them with him to the service. Other members of the family in attendance were: Mrs. OreHa Holldorf, and Mrs. Walter Steven, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Steven and Mrs. Vern Shipler, Burt; the Gene Hulings of Britt; and the Raymond Stevens, Wesley. day *tid fftftn there to Newton to have Thanksgiving dinner with her sisters and a niece's family and will remain for a Week. Mr, and Mr*. William Wyttt attended funeral services Wednesday at Nevada for the former's uncle, E. M. TCririef, 95. A daughter of the deceased, Mrs. Neva Irons, Spokane, Wash., and her brother, Merwin Kriner of Richland, Wash., with their aunt, Mrs. Mina Glenn of Des Moines, came to Algona to be Sunday dinner guests at the Wyatt home. Mrs. Irons had been in Nevada since her father's illness began in June and her brother, who had also been here at that time, flew back to Iowa for the funeral. Mr*. A. D. Lehman hat been a patient for o time at Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines and is now reported to be recovering from a broken hip which was surgically Mr*. Henry Lund) . home November 3 from visits in the West. She flew to Las Vegas for (he wedding on Oct. 1, of a grandson, James Ltfdwig, to Claudia Isenbefg. The bridegroom's mother is the former Verna Lund. Following the wedding Mrs. Lund rode to Tulare, Calif,, with a granddaughter, Mrs. Carlos Benavidcz, and then visited her sons; Dick at Auburn, and Raymond, San Jose. She returned to Las Vegas and remained another two weeks while another granddaughter, Mrs. Sharon Sen- oen, was hospitalized for surgery. Mr*. E. W. Loiby left Det Moines by plane Tuesday morning for Los Angeles and was mot by her daughter, Marguerite Dalziel of Corona Del Mar, with whom she is visiting for several weeks. The E. II. Hutchins took to Des Moines. Alfftfle (Ifwe) THURSDAY, NOV. 21, ••=••* -•- ' J •-'-- '•* •"••° j • .^.t^A. '• Mr. anel MrtvMtrle We* ster are driving l» Den Mottles Thursday to spertd Thanksgiving day at the new, tome of their soft Richard and on Friday will go to Sigourney to remain for the weekend with'Mrs. Webster's sister and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Buhr. On Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Webster drove to Fairmont to see the tetter's aunt, Mrs. Nell Butcher, who had been released only Saturday from the hospital. She is 8? years old and in a wheel chair because of arthritis, but recently fell and broke an. arm. Now she is giving up the apart^ ment in which she had lived alone and is spending a few days at the home of a son before entering the Retirement Home at Winnebago. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE! Mr*. Harold Banwart came Monday afternoon from Adel and on Tuesday took her mother, Mrs.' BtJhfel Colwell, 'to Rochester for tests and treatment at the Mayo Glitir ic. The Anton Didriktem will be guests of Mrs. F. B. Seeley at Ames on Thanksgiving Day along with Mrs. Seeley's daughter and family, the N. F. CUrtins, and son Bobby of Western Springs, 111. The Did- riksens plan to visit at Des Moines also' at the home of their son Roger While away for the weekend. Mr. and Mr*. Julius Baas with the former's mother, Mrs. Regina Baas, drove to Des Moines Sunday for a pre- Thanksgiviiig family dinner alt the home of Julie's sister, Mrs. James' Hanifen. They were joined there by his daughters, JoEllen and Dy- Ann Baas and also by Mr. and Mrs. ,Mike Gilbert, Ames. They returned that evening. Ryland Phillips, former Al- gonian, called on friends here Sunday while enroute thro ugh here. 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