Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1967 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 4, 1967
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•/• Old house at Irviijtoi is buried down Irvlnften •— All AJgona flre truck was catted to the Irv- v irtgton area Nov. 19 to heip i control a graft* fire near the & Pesictea salvage yard. Hie K: following evening they were again in the vicinity hiving been asked to be on the scene when the old house on the Dr. Benjamin farm east of Irvington was set on fire. A new house has been erected and will'soon be occupied by fthe Richard Simpson family of near Wesley. STILL IN HOSPITAL . Irvington — Lee FroehMch, son of 'Mrs. Evelyn Froehilch drove to Fonda Nov. IS and met John Elbert, son of the Arnold Elberts, former residents of Algona, and brought John here. He spent a few days at Mrs; Evelyn Fnoeh- Jlioh's. John Elbert, who was wourided in Viet Nam July 1, 1966, spent some time in a (hospital in Viet Nam, return- led to the United States Aug', U5t 1, 1967, where he entered fthe Great Lakes Navy hospi- ; tal, where he 'has been until -rewently. John, however, is ; released from the hospi- and returned to the hos- /r Thanksgiving Day. He received extensive bone damage in one leg, 'and as a re isult is in a .oast ifrom the . waist down. John is in th« 'Marine Oorps and is a tormei • Classmate of Lee Froehlich). HOUSEWARMIN6 HELD /, A housewarming and pan: try shower was held 1 for the ; Paul Ourrens at their home ; at 314 S. Phillips in Algona Saturday night. Attending '* 'were Mrs. Lawrence Miller and children, the Harold Salb- ins, Verl Pattersons, James Spears, Clarence Oanaday and Gloria, the John Jennings, % Steve Canadays, Mrs. Ronald ;• Peck and daughters, .Mrs. •^Margaret Kent and sons, Don ^Larsons, Suit, Mrs. Mary Mc"Malhon, Gamer, and Mary -Lou McMahon, Clear Lake. The Ourrens came to Algona , A recently aftei Paul was discharged from the service. 'Mrs. Curren is the former Margaret Kent, of Algona. TO PUERTO RICO The Lewis Kents who left Algona Nov. 18 for their thome in Washington, D. C., after visiting Lewis's mother, 'Mrs. Margaret Kent family, Bartholomew flew to Fv Leonard W«*i, Mo, Saturday and got Pvt. Ronald Becker who mud a weekend paw and brought 'him hottte hetv. won* •Id drove back (o Ft Leonard Wood Sunday and will drive bade here December 16 for several days leave, Ronald recently attended a leadenhip training school and was one of 20 selected as squad leader at the base. He 4s flow attending mechanics school. RIM TORN LOOSI Veil Patterson had several ribs pulled loose when he fell fast week Tuesday while tearing down a pole crib. The wfefe being -taken from the crib for use on another was lying on the ground and Mr. Patterson landed on it, breaking the fall somewhat. The accident occured when a pole which had deteriorated gave way. Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich was an all day guest of her daughter, the James Rosemeyers, last Monday. Hie Rosemeyer's new baby David Francis, was baptized that evening in the St. Benedict Catholic church with Father Nicholas Ruba officiating..Sponsors were the Tom Arndorfers, Mallard. Monday evening dinner guests at James Rosenmeyer's were Father Ruba, Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, maternal grandmother of the baby, Hit Al Rosenimeyers, paternal grandparents, the Dan Froeh- lichs ST., grandparents, Tom Arndorfers, sponsors, and Ronald Rosenmeyers and Ann. The John Webers left Thursday for Iowa City for the Thanksgiving holiday at 'their daughter, the Robert Stephens family. The Jerry Webers, Minneapolis, were Thanksgiving guests Wednesday to Saturday at Jerry's parents, the Alvin Weber's, LuVerne. Thanksgiving evening dinner guests at Clarence Seinv er's was their daughter, the Jim Gatton family. Guests at Kenneth Potter's, Ackley, Thanksgiving were -the A. J. Eastmans, Briltt, Carroll Potters, Toby Bast- mans, Gerald Colemans and Judy. The Ronald Baldwins, Vinton (have a daughter, Andrea Beth, born Nov. 14, 6 Ibs. 5% ozs. This is the first child for the Baldwins who live at 609 West 12th St. in Vinton. Ron- aid teaches school and is a former Irvington boy. The Tony Elberts, Irvington drove to Alden Nov. 23 for Thanksgiving with Tony's X c Thwitegivlftg guettt It ittft* - < «M Bench'* were the Tom Maltsfd, o»f Akona, Out Lone Rock-Titonka wedding 'Linda Mae Knoll, Lone Rock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Knoll, was married November 24 to Roger TJarks, Titonlka, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Herman C. Tjarks. The double ring cere- -mony was performed at 7:30 in the evening with 180 •guests. Donna Frink, Whittemore, was matron of honor and bridesmaid; was Janet Gebken of Ames. (Mike Beerman, FaLrfieW, Montana, served the groom as 'beat man and his groomsman was Loren Pannfcuk, Ti- tonlka. Roger, Frink and Mike Isebrand ushered. Judy Ktaft, organist, accompanied soloist Rennae Vottfler, both of Lone Rock. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony. :,Froehlk**Sr, St. Benedtot, r -JvinieB RofeMneydtf Oorwttti. V Don froBhttdi H in MM air ; -force and i« stationed at die -'Sioux CMy Air Bile. • ., Ail early Thankftfving was V obmerved at Mn. Btanche Lage's Nov. 18. Attendiflg '-•were the Eugene Ltgc*, Dea ;•"{ Motne*, the James LafM, Fort •Dodge, and the Ralph Nel'•'.sons, Waterloo. Thanksgiving guests at Cad Swanson'*, LuVerne, were the WiUiem Stoakes family, Ft Wayne, Ind, the Gleji Schwarck* family, Whitten, Linda Swanson and Arden Dimtek, both of Hawacden. Peggy Sabin accompanied the Richard Mawdsleys to MinneapoMs last Friday. Suzanne Dudley, student at 'Westmar college, LeMars, spent Thanksgiving'with her ptlrents, the Clyde Dudleys, Galbmith. '' Guests at Herman Becker's Saturday besides Ronald were Jean Kunkel, the Richard Farrells and Renee, Wayne, Neb., and Gary Ludwigs and Shane and Steven and Mrs. Agnus Ludwig, Wesley. The dinner was also for Steve's 2nd birthday. The Farrells came from Emmetsburg where they had spent Thanksgiving with Richard's parents, 'the Vernes Farrells. ' Visitors at Clarence Am* "dorter's Saturday were the •.Lloyd Mullen, Wilmington, 11. Mrs. Arndorfer and Mrs. !'<Muller are sisters. ; The Robert Blacks left Wednesday for Rockford, HI., where they were overnight and Rutti Park, the Jim tMifflie*, AlfoHir day Thantaglving at the Ye home and also *»>tri fcr w«keti(L Ehroute home Suit day^lhe Blacte visited Mr. tt«dt*f toother.** Rev. & ft «icto, Gtei mm, SI-, md ftto v«ted Mi».6ack'« brother, the Rev, Ray M, RtahM* i**, Witferty, The Black family airtved home here at mWnight Suntky. 4 Naomi Row and MM Me- Lean, frvlngton, were Tnahks- glvlng guests of their Mcr, the Kenneth Honeys. Guests Thana»giving at Robert EUdwn's were Mrs. Qch- en's father, William Mayer, of this area, and mother of Robert Qachen, Mrs. Atex Etocttwv St. Benedict. Steve Gisdhen, son of the Robert Hie luck Steve returned to > Ifttttttf and Wtfmtogtou, Ltoyd III, arrived for Thanksgiving to Sunday wtth the Aens and relatives and Wends, Uo/d Mutter is a brother of Mn, Marvin EUotnn, and Jack Frtdetes to a «m of the Marvin Bach- her dturfiter, Weto, Ontarld, w^li li^e • *on 30- Th» baby h»« KenheHi Vert. . The Darret Davis, son of the B. O. Davtsw, frvtagton, spent Nov. 24 to 26 at his cousin, the Neil OriweUa, Dea Moinee. ' The Clarence Arndbrters were vtoUon Sunday at their «oii, the Wayne Arndorfers, Algona. The Wayne Arndorf- en have a girl born Nov. 20 at Brttt hospital and named De Anna Lynn, 8 Ibs. 3 ozs. She fe their first chilld. The! Robert SkUtings and Photo by Glenn Studio Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft; Titonka, were dining room host and hostess. Janet. Hammerstrom, Lone Rock; had the guest book., Mrs. Shirley Meyer and Mrs. GUJoriahif Brue, both of Buffalo Center,, cut and served the wedding; cake. Mrs. Carol Jensen, Lone -•guests of Mr. Black's sister Rock, poured. Wailtressef *AfMiiiT>ii<aT»^»'»*» ^>M • were Rachel Hurlburt, Phyllis Cherland, Jill Blanchard and Carol Jones. Opening and dis-' playing gifts were Jayne Dreyer, Lone Rock, and Rah* da Hansen, Fenton. Ttue Ruth circle of the church served. The bride graduated from Sentral high school and attended LaJames Colege of iMrstyling. The groom, graduated from lUonika high school and attended Waldorf College at Forest City. They will live at Tifeonka, '•-"•'• : . •.;•--.:••.'--'TO' •' • ••: " CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB ;;•;,":---. IN ALOONA . ,. IDEAL FOR BUSINESSMEN, CONTRACTORS, PROFESSIONAL MEN AND MANY OTHERS . . Sae Chuck McVay For Full Dtt.il. This Watk W////////////////////////////S////////////////////////////////////,////////////,//// 'the Red Cross drive ini October, reports $97 was collected in Irvington township. The Don FroehUcns, Sioux City, arrived at Don's mother, 'Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich's Wed- nesday. Thanksgiving day Dhe Don FroehJichs and Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich family were guests of another daughter of Mrs. Froehlich, the Donald Besdhes, , Corwiith. Other i'uiture home in Puerto Rico. The Elberts returned home ££ KST^d SSZ son; Thursday evening. * birthday dinner held at Goodman's, Algona Sun- wh quarters. Lewte, a serviceman fdr Addressograph and Multi- Corp in Washington to be in the same work in Puerto Rico, but wil not 30 there until after the first * ^ year. _ IS SQUAD LEADER Herman Becker and Max <*#*& p **®?> A 1 ™: McV>y« and &\*ii were ^ * ^ Mrs. Clarence Seimer, Irv- imigton township chairman, for II Milk really tastes good,! it "Mom says it's good tor us. Most kids like milk, most any time. So be sure to keep'plenty of our tlqvorsome, nutritious milk on hand. It's at your favorite store . . . or, we deliver. OP "f< These Bulovas took 9 rnorithsJB to be born. Excellence Quietly handsome. 30 Jewels. Automatic. Waterproof". Calendar. Yellow. S75.00 just happen. From the Excellence .Collection by Bulova Sea King "AK" — Sleek good looks. 17 jewels. Waterproof. Yellow. Gilt or silver dial. $49.95 Piamond Excellency "L"-Two diamonds on a black dial. 17 jewels. Faceted crystal. Lizard strap. $59.95 Lady of Fa»h- i9n "A"-Ctiic. round-faced watch. Staln- les* steel. 17 jewels. Automatic. Waterproof. M9.95 Codde** of Tlma "QO'V Florentine beauty. 14K gold case. 17 Jewels, faceted crystal. Yellow or white. $69.95 •Wlien case, cnstal and crown arc intact. When you know what makes a watch tick, you'll give a Bulova. WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA, IOWA Every woman has her own way of obtaining the things she wants most, When comfort and well being are concerned her husband will be the first to agree that a beautifully furnished home that the whole family will enjoy should be their first consideration, Delightful, livable homes do not just happen ... it takes careful planning, the proper choice of styles, woods, fabrics and colors to create on atmosphere of elegance and gracious living. Our experienced personnel will gladly assist you in helping to solve any home-furnishing problems you 1fnay have. Drop in tomorrow for a leisurely visit,., we are sure you will find it a most rewarding experience. DEDICATED TO QBACIQUS LIVING A BUDGET pjL TAILORED TO VOUR NEEDS FURNITURE & WATSON INTERIORS

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