Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
Page 10
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LQCrVi BRIEFS Js»^ ^*^ ^*- Mr, and Mrs, Wtb*t«r Often are parents of a son born by caeserian section Monday, December 4 at Park hospital, Mason City, tie has been' named Scott Eric and weighed seven pounds and fifteen ounces. There is another child in the family, a daughter Becky 2, bom at Park hospital. Mr, and MM. William Kad* ing. have returned from a visit of two weeks at ttffca, Mich, with their son-in-law daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlow. Mr. and Mr*. Ktnncth Hack- 'barth and family were at Ringsted Sunday and were dinner gusts of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Hansen who were observing their thirty-ninth wedding anniversary. Tht P*pp*r Stepper* Square dance club held a Christmas pqrty Monday evening at Mallard. In attendance from ihere were Messrs and Mesdames Marvin Hackbarth, 'Rex Kooyman, "Bud" Ludwig, Marvin Struecker, Richard Simpson, "Bud" Hedrick, Wayne Taylor, Leo Immer- falll, Kenneth Carman and Bill Kuhn. Cheryl McClure c*Ubrat«d her ninth birthday Wednesday and had as supper guests Kathy Koob, Debbie DeValois, Diane Kinsmian, Diane Lail- ier, Joan Carlson, Sarah dap- saddle and the thonoree's brother Kevin and sister Natalie, children of Mr. and Mrs. Veme McClure. Games were played during the evening. A sewing club composed of Mesdames Ralph Morgan, da, ru when lie will spend the winter with relatives and AB.il AAMA Iflri flim 'have recently returned from Oxford Junction where they visited with. Mr, and Mn, Wlillam Rooney. Mr, end Mn. Dave Skog- strum were 'home not long Ago and visited with the par' ents,- Mrs. Vivian Skogstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase. Dove is attending the college at Cedar Falls and his wife is teatahing. rnTt tlfffO rnTmt RODVl^ rHPl*t* son had as dinner guests Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Hovoirman of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Foray of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Poeppe of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elbert of Whittemore and the respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sorenson had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson and four children of Joiley. Mr. and Mr*. James Mod- uli had as weekend guests ithe letter's parents, Mr. and •Mrs. Elvin Rohrberg of Glenwood and her brother-in-fflalw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Wamberg of Dubuque. They 'had come to celebrate the eighth birthday of the ModrelTs son James Jr. 10— Al«erti (low*} Adv*ftce THURSDAY, BS& 7, Iftf Girl injured more seriously vAMAwtjhjl r «P° rt «! The Greece Mother* and Daughters dub will meet with Mrs. Jack Henry and Mrs. Bob Buschdr on Dec. 13. Roll call will be a home made candy and recipe exchange. Word ha* been received ihere of the death last week of Harry Sending of Antes. The J. P. Hofius, Claude Dearchs, Seridinigs fanned in the Algo- Rena Cruikshank, Kiistine ma area some years ago. Didrifcsen, W. C. Taylor, Wilbur Zeigler, Effie Teeter, Ethel Potter, George Yeoman and Howard Plato met alt the Johnson House Monday for a Christmas party at noon. Afterward they went to Mrs. Plait's where they spent a social afternoon and had a gift exchange. Mrs. Frank Ostrum has been visited by grandson Jerry and family of Dubuque and at the conclusion of the visit accompanied them as far as Oelwein where she visited her sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Bennett arid Mrs. C. Cummings. Mr. and Mr*. Howard Stephenson were recently at Omaha, Neb. to visit with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaser, former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum were here for a weekend visit with the mother, Mrs. Frank Ostrum. They live ait Sherburn, Minn., where they own a summer resort. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wilrett plan to go to Phoenix, Ariz., in a few weeks and will remain for the rest of the winter. They have as yet set nto definite date. Den Meyer, Jim Butcher and Pat Montag were at Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday to see the Vikings-Green Bay Packers ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool came Tuesday from Renwick for a visit with friends. They are former Algonans. Among those they visited were 'Mrs. Esther Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian plan to spend Christmas at Witham, Minn, with their son-in-iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Meril Bacon and family, Mrs. Walter Heerdt, son Bud and daughter Margaret spent a day last week with - Mrs, Heerdt's sister, Mrs. Dale Blair and husband, Swea City., Mrs. Nettie Haa'g has gone to Florida to spend the winter •t St. Petersburg with her aofHn*law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thisseti. Mrs, Matthew Streifs sis- t*rf, Mr* M. W. H. Morling of Emmetsburg suffered a recent heart attack and is at the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moor* of Ames were weekend visitors in Algona. Mr. md Mr*. H, V. Cook* and the Bill Careys and Shelley, Emmetsburg, were Sunday dinner guests ait the Walter Peterson's. They are parents and a sister of Mrs. Peterson. The condition of Patricia Relily, 21 year old daughter, of the Robert Reillys, who fell recently in Des Moines, 'has proven to be more serious than previously reported. It was learned by her parents alter they visited her in Des Moines General hospital thai she fell 30 feet and through two skylights to the cement floor of the paint store below. Tuesday of this week x-rays showed two fractures in the pelvic area that had not before been found. She underwent surgery last week Dor a 'badly fractured arm and will 'be in a double shoulder oast until spring. She also has a broken nose and badly torn ligaments in her back. Pat is a 1964 graduate of Algeria high school. She will be in the hospital three more weeks. Her room number is 427. A.M. Lernkee, dies Saturday; rites Monday Armor M. Lemkee, 83 year' •old retired Irvington area far-; meir, died Saturday alt St. Ann" hospital 3 Funeral services were held, Monday alt 2 p.m. at 'the First' Presbyterian church in Algona, with the Rev. Walter Morz 'oMcdiaitlng. Burial was in Riverview cemetery with the Mc- Cuillough funeral home in charge. • Pallbearers were A 1 v i n Briggs, George Vitzthum, Hermam Booker, Kenneth Roney, •Loyola O'Brien and Matt Bormann. Armor Maximilian Lemkee . born Nov. 14, 1884 at was < 4 4 i < 4 < i 4 < i < 4 4 < < i 4 < Diamond Happy occasions call for diamonds—the supreme gift of love and beauty. Besides joy. in your new gem, you want to have pride in your choice. Knowing your jeweler and the quality of his merchandise is one good way. Our membership in the American Gem Society is another. Only some 2000 jewelers in the United States and Canada qualify for this distinction which is earned through professional gemological study and high ethical standards. A most important reason why you should choose your diamonds from our collection. MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Very Intimate Gift., that she'll show off to everyone! Custom-cmfted Any three initials! PCS Moines. Mr. and Mjrf , Streit have been there to lie her and were guests of •jfrf. SireK's brother and sis- tw-*jviaw. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oxjn*n. Mr, •nd Mr*. Pvane Sen- n#tl have ajs guests Kuriberly daughter of Mr. Mjv. H<*er Sfeenblock of Ifcrige, former AJgamans. Mr*. ty«"« WWwl h*d •* gueite Sunday her r and husband, Jfn. lUchard Stale by In Sterling Silver *14»s In UK Yellow Gold 13750 Her very own ,1/11/10/1 exquisitely styled into a personalized pin of lasting beauty. Precious indeed, in metals and in meaning. Perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, any special day. Tastefully gift-boxed. Allow 2 weeks for delivery. Jr , < for jn *. of Lu UMJ funeral at Wedey , , ***** Me wilr IMA? OWMlttif • rert At Hm GMulifflAiilaii Home •T. TPPff.,^y^gPP *^PWflHHP ^i^ spiwpsfsr I Ml Immy im k>wq 295-5672 Colo. His parents were Henry and Miry Miller Lemkee. He cmm«j to t<iwi at the age of two, and on Sept. 11, 1&14 w« mattlcd to Pewl Kimbmll. They fanned the same place for 42 yeWn attd (retired to Al^Nm in 1967, •* Surviving besides his wife ^re fouf sons and three dan- ghters. Robert, Ralph and Paul, <ail of Algona; ftigene, Irvington; BUz*beth, Mrs. Fleet Crane, Montrose, Ark.; Helen, Mrs. Wayne Drown, of Kimball, Nebr.; and Adele, iMrs. Harry Schiedell, Riverside, N. J. One son died in infancy. There are 18 grandchildren. Two sisters also survive. Dorothy Bonett, Amboy, Minnesota; Josephine Meurer, of Wesley; and Suzanne Bramble <rf OlUe, la. TWo sisters, BMa Millet and LolHfe AfHafi &<>< ceded. , ,'1 Mr. Lemkee ^tl bapUted in* to the Epi#oi>pii church April 4, 1869 at his mother't Metne «nd later joined the Presbyterian church hi Algona. ., Clara Rath, 65, dies; rites held Tuesday Furieral services for Mn. Harvey Rath, 65 year old Algoma housewife who died Saturday, Were held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the ftr* Presby- tcMan diurch, Algow, the R*v.>Watt*t Mow offidattfig. Bund was IA fiattlawn M^ onal (kfd*« witti the McCullough fum-ral *M>m* in chtflge. 1 i^kAtti^&s£^^d^& *±±^^K^ tflLb^^ &t-~.m<Li . rwiDearcra were § rra IUNII< . M«tv4n R«t>i, Jam*t Ra«i, iLkMl Bchanberget, WaU*f fiknenbeigef *nd Junior Hurlburt. CJtorm Ida Qcheftberger wa* bom October 19,1902 at Sen- eoa, Kins., the daughter of Robert and Marie Husstg fidt' enbcrger. She was married on April 17, 1620 to Harvey Rath, who died in March of 1966. Three daughters and one son survive. Clinton, of Lone Rock; June, Mrs. Morris Welsh-rod, Lone Rock; Virginia, Mrs. Dale Wegener, Swea Ci- . , and foorts, Mrs. Leonard Hoist, Bklttlo*n. lav AIM* lut > Vlvtn* *r« two brothers two ftutef*: Robert fcdi pf, Blue Earth; Aflm 9we* City; Gertrude, Mrs. remley Noitc, Mich, and Gottleib Elchenbefget, Kansas. There are eleven grandchil- drtn and two great-grondchU- ooiffpietton of btate lit will be attiffted to Pt/nmt*, CaUT for *1 cwnbtt Servicemen ALL PURCHASES OF COURSEI INTERWOVEN SOX MASTERBILT SLACKS Many racks of all-new Masterbilt slacks — latest styles, colors. A sport coat will complete the ensemble. DAVID KOHLHAAS Maten Cl(y — David William KoMhaaa, son of Mr. and Mr* Ivan Kohiteaa, Burl, la., is undergoing recruR training at the Marine Corp* Recruit Depot, San Diego, Cattf . Upon WAVNI to*M< Clty-Wawi* A, Chrlstiartwn, toil of Mr. and Mrs. Midi P. Chriitlans«n, of Algona, Iowa, I* undergoing recruit training it the Marine Cdfpi Recruit Depot, San D|. ego, Calif. Upon completion of basic training, he Will be assigned to Camp Pendleton, Galif. for individual combat training. -Mr, and Mra. Stof* « . Harm Hemmen celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary recently. HOW TO REALLY SEND You'll "send" him with gifts from the Hub.— like sparkling new Van Heusen shirts, tailored slacks by Masterbilt, gloves, sox and ties and a host of other wonderful gift ideas — all bearing BRAND NAME labels assuring you of quality at no increase in prices. If it is a gift he can wear that you are seeking, let the Hub "Send Your Christmas Male" this holiday season. VAN HEUSEN WHITE SHIRTS Gift-giving is a cinch ••when you choose a Vanopress white shirt by Van Heusen < . . both long and short sleeve. No iron, hand or machine washable—several colors. ROLF BILLFOLDS If he uses a billfold, he'll love a Rolf ... the leading name in billfolds . : . wide range of prices and styles. ;You can't go wrong with 'Interwoven sox—you don't even have to know his size with the new S-t-r-e-t-c-h kind. WEMBLEY TIES 'Take a peek at our holiday ties — lots and lots to choose from — plaids, paesleys, plains, stripes. SIM HB GLOVES Choose from leather and cloth combination or, rich fleece-lined leather gloves. ALOONA.IOWA " Jade East Toiletries ** Van Heuseii Dress Shirts * McGregor Sport Shirts * Roytex Robes »* Masterbilt Slacks * Samsonite Luggage ** Campus Sweaters * Jockey Underwear * Rolfs Billfolds * Interwoven Sox ** WemWey Ties * Conroy Gloves * Van Heuseu Pajamas f Swank Jewelry ,

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