Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 2
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lone Rock Good Ndghbon Lono Rock — There were 57 acres of farm land plowed in three "hours by good neighbors for the Wilfred Radigs, of Lone Rock. He is in the ihospital at Rochester, Minn. There were 13 tractors and 52 plow bottoms that disced and cut stalks. Pictured tare, 'front row, left to right, John Person, Dean Culbentson, Billy Gifford, Tom Medessh, David Lynch. Back row, Bernlard Miller, Jim Schmidt, Gerhard Riggert, Bob Mantua, Bill Knoll, Ornie Beihrends, William Mar low, and Jess W IBS Valentine. Also helping were Milton Marlow, Joe Culbertson and Laurence Dittmer. Helping Mrs. Radig (left) with food were Mrs. William Knoll, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, and Mrs. Hugh Lewis, Lakota. Thanksgiving guests at Alfred Schadendorf's Friday were the Junior Hurlburts, Mrs. Frauka Schadendorf, Mrs. Roy Ennen, Lakota; the Luther Kinnes, LuVerne; Hardld Harmses and Paula, Titonka; Dick Mittags, Jeffer- soii; and Kathy who is home for Thanksgiving from the B*h<*fville Junior college. Gueste at Ihigene Marto^'s Thursday far Thanksgiving were Mrs. Georgia Mai-low, the Lyle Mar lows and Deanti* LawretKe Presthuses, Pliyl- li» Giflflort, 4id the J^ify Ktamers, fliirt. The Date Sdiroeders left for Texas to spend Thanks' giving with the Mervin Hurl- butts, Grapevine, Texas. The George Kissners and Mrs. Jack Henrichson and children, Bancroft, left Friday for a few days at Darrel 'Longs, Bettendorf. Mary and Rachael Hurl- 'built, • 'Minneapolis, were guests at Junior Hurlburt's over 'the holidays. A Rath Thanksgiving dinner was 'held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Thursday, those present were Bill Rath, Mrs. Clara Rath, Algona; the Ray Ubhofs, Fenton; Dale Wegeners, Swea City; Albert Shasers, Mauriqe Weisbrods, ' Junior Hurlburts, Mary Hurlburt, Minneapolis; Lawrence Raths and John; and Sylvester Braces. Guests from Swea City at Allwyn Lockwood's for Thanksgiving were the Dale Lockwoods and Merle 'Lode- Woods. The 'Mervin Marlows spent Wednesday to Friday for Thanksgiving at Merrill Marlow's, Millard, Neb. Pat ffinzen, daughter of the Robert Binzens, was home for Thanksgiving. She is in hor 'second year at the nursing school at Cedar Rapids. The Bob Binzens Jr. and daughters were Thanksgiving weekend guests at Robert Binzen's. Joe Orowley and the Leo Crowleys went to New Prague, Minn., Sunday and visited Mr. Crowley'b daughter, the Dave Martins. The Paul Bemhards spent Thursday afternoon at Jerry Bormann's, Whiittemore. The Dean Culbertsons were Sunday guests at <*i*ie* . The Fftjtk Drcyen and Jayne, Daid Dreyert faJnily, John Hoveys, and WlS* Wolfs were ThankMhinfl fujjti at Jack Tletnimi in H ThMifei0vltig gjjfrti *t John Person's were Mrs. Etafrn faring, Bernord Petttt, the Marian Btancharda and Jont- thon, Everett Householder, Jimmy and Peggy PetUt,* Bflmard (Butch) PetUte and boys, the Ralph Reidds, Ringsted. Jiidy Hammeretrom, who iff in her third yew at St. Lute's Medical Center, Sioux CHy, spent the weekend wMh her parents, the Ralph Hammer- stroms. Janet was also home. She is in her second year at Bflthcrville Junior College. Thanksgiving guests at LJoyd Hutchinson's were the Bob Hutchinsons and Judy, Minneapolis, Dennis, Forest City; Rodger, Ames. The Gordon Hutchinsons were 'Sunday evening callers. Jimmy came home Sunday after a Week with the HutcftinBons in Estherville. Guests Thursday at Roy Merle's were Mrs. Alice Bierle and Dick, Bill Murray, the Ralph Bierstedts and Lynn and Roxanne. The Kenneth Thompsens, Creston, and Mrs. Glen Hughes, formerly of Swea City, were Thanksgiving guests at ithe parental home Thursday. Last week the Andrew Thompsons attended the funeral of Lester Rodgers at Ames. He was the son of a former Lone Rock resident, the Victor Rodgers. Lester was directing traffic while they were pulling a car out of the dditch when he was struck by an oncoming car. .The Andrew Thompsons visited Mr. Thompson's sister, the Boyd 'Maxwells, Des Moines. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THE ADVANCE GET QUICK RESULTSI Alaona (Iowa) Advan«o THURSDAY, NOV, M,1W Evanb to IiphiM F. R. "Dick" Everds, partner in the Everds Bros. Co., Algona, has been re-elected to the Board of Governors of the National Asphalt Pavement Association. In this capacity he represents the Association's interests in the entire state. ' NAPA is a trade association for the asphalt paving Indus* try and is located in Metropolitan Washington, D. C. The national group numbers over 800 members, who do more than 75 per cent of the asphalt paving work in the United States. NAPA has also a steadily increasing international membership ranging from Europe to Japan and Australia. 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