Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1967 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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VW w m »••••• arw^ mmmmmmwmmmwmmmm: mmnmmmmmmmm w • ' Around Algona |~*AlfOfta (Iowa) Adrant* t* ONIITA DiDHIKSlN Phwit ftfMMS. Mr. ami Mrs, Alton ft. bury plan to be with their son Allen Jr't family in West DCS Moines for Christmas and will . return home Tuesday. •lull* Baa* will drive to Do* Moines Saturday to pick up his daughters, Jo Ellen and DiAnn, who will spend Christmas at their farm home and will be joined by his mother, Mrs. Regina Baas, for the holiday. Mrs. Ralph Valentine *•• flown to Iowa City by air ambulance Saturday morning and had surgery immediately at University hospital for removal of a blood clot in a vein. Her husband remained with her and their daughter, Mrs. Don Steinman, flew from Denver on Sunday to be with them. At this writing Mrs. Valentine was reported doing well. Mr. and Mr*. Lyle Steele will leave Saturday for Lexington, Nebr., to have Christmas with their daughter's family the Harold Erpeldings, and will return the middle of next week. Lee Hopkins we* ditmiiMd Friday from Veterans' hospital and came home with his sisters, Mrs. Wm. Hawcott and Bess Hopkins who drove to Des Moines with K. P. Honey of Irvington to get him. Lee had gone to the hospital almost three weeks earlier for a check-up and developed a slight case of pneumonia so had to remain until the infection was gone. He is now feeling good but. confined to the house for a time. d«ntal office will all of next week. be closed Mere than 200 people visit' ed the Nativity scene on Sun< day, the day of its opening for the Holiday season and men in charge were delight' ed with the interest shown. The Rev. William Noland re-, ceived a Christmas card on | -Monday from Edward Kaib in Germany who said he would write in more detail later. Mr. Kaib who constructed the creche during his imprisonment at the PW Camp here is to come next year with his family for the Holiday season. Mr. and Mr». Ptrry Byam will be visited during the Holidays by their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. James Hayden and daughter Jana, who arrived Monday from iBloomington, 111., where Mr. Hayden teaches at the University, and Perry, Jr., who is home from Mason City where he is enrolled at Junior College. Guests at the Byams on Tuesday were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis, Storm Lake, and Ancil Davis, Seattle, Wash. Mrs. William Mlllman, tht former Ruth Ann Behnke, flew back to Philadelphia Monday, having been here for the funeral of her father, R. A. Behnke, on Saturday. She left her two small children at home with their father, a Philadelphia pediatrician. Julie Baas, a cousin, took her to Mason City to catch her plane. iief in their honot. Included in the courtesy wer«, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf, Mr. .and Mrs. R«y Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Oakland, Mr. and Mrs, Duane Hackett. Mr. and Mrs, tooor Anderson and children, will arrive tomorrow to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ft W, AfidMafofi, and hlljro- ih*r Jfcffy's l**^ B>«y moved last weekend from Lexington, Neb. to Kearney where they bought I Hdtne; and the boys entered school there on Monday, they will be here till next Wednesday. Tho Aloona W*man'a Club met with Clara Amesbury, at 7:30 on Monday evening with Mesdames L. L. Alter, J. B. Asa, and Alice Cowan serving as awittant hostesses Hie evening theme was, Open the r>oor to ChriMmas and Roll call ww answered by A Favorite Christmas Carol. Mrs. George Wolf reported on the Department of Home Life, the club voted to pay all of their State Fed* eration projects which are: Indian Affairs Scholarship, Pan - American Scholarship, Loans and scholarships to College Freshmen, the Penny Art Fund, and Mrs. Nell Bonnell'* Scholarship choice. It was reported that HO boxes of the Club's Iowa Stationery have been sold locally. the f>rogMmT ChHitmas Symbols, was given by Mrs. AM, Carol! were sung with Mrs. Riter in charge, and gifts were brought for the County Home, Mrs. Leonard filbert, county chairman, came from Whittemore to be a guest at the meeting. in MM* AMMfl - r - _ former Algonlan, is back Des Moines with hftf law and daughter, the Tom Thompsons, after several weeks at her ion Vernon's in Davenport. While there she accompanied them oft a trip to South CtfoUiia to viiit their ion Jack and his family who recently moved from Birmingham, Ala. She saw much of the southern coun* tryaide while there and enjo ed the trip very much. Dec. 24 to drive to forma to spend three weekl. They wtU attend the Hot* Parade New Year's day and visit with the Herbert Furste at Long Beach, Ronald Shat- toes, Safl Diego, and other relatives and friends. MOMPt AND COMtCT ' WtOOINGTlMVIfAt IONS TNI The Rutsell Pickett family with their son Jim's wife and little daughter will drive here on Monday from Ankeny to have a family Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and •Mrs. Robert Williams with the parental L. S. Muckeys. Mr. end Mr*. Frank Sterling drove to Des Moines Monday to meet their daughter, Mrs. Joyce Nelson and her two daughters, Lori and Beth, who arrived by plane that evening from San Francisco. In August Mrs. Nelson completed twelve months training as dietician in three Oakland hospitals and one at San Leandro. She lives at Alameda where the girls are in school. They will be with the Sterlings till Jan. 4. Mo*dame* Merle Webiter and George Wolf were hostesses 'at a Christmas Coffee on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Webster is having a series of Coffees this week and recently entertained her Birthday Club at a Christmas Party. Mr. and Mr*. Leo Schenck and children with Mrs, Schenck's mother, Mrs. Esther Helberg, will leave Saturday for Houston, Tex., where they will spend Christmas at the home of Lee's brother Paul Schenck's family. Enroute they will spend a day at Lockhart, Tex., at Lois Schenck Whitmore's home and make other side trips. They will return home by Jan. 1 or 2. Tho Tom Lundell*, Ankeny, came to Algona for the Wrestling meet on Saturday with their son and daughter and brought other higli school girls with them. They found roads so icy that they had to spend the night at Eagle Grove enroute home. Claude Whitehill, hi* daughters and their husbands: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Bancroft; Mrs. Harry Curran and Mrs. Walter Curran, Blue Earth, drove to Humboldt for the funeral Monday afternoon of Robert Oberman who died suddenly Friday evening while at a wrestling meet at HUmboldt. His wife is the former Charlene Clement, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clement. Besides his widow, Mr. Oberman is survived by a daughter and two sons, one of whom was on the wrestling team. Mrs. Oberman's sister Ruth Ann with her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Gerling and daughter, of Carman, HI., also came to be with the family. Teh. Sgt. Robert Lampright with his wife and daughter will arrive Saturday from Suitland, Md., for a Holiday visit with his mother, Mrs. Marie Lampright, and his wife's relatives at Emmetsburg. They are driving through and will spend a week in Iowa. Bob is stationed at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington, D. C. _Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger are driving to Chicago Sun- . day to spend Christmas with their daughter Ruth's family, the Larry Leaneaghs at LaGrange Highlands, and will be joined there by their other daughter and her husband, -Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wright, Iowa City, and Mrs. Seger's sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armintrout, Des Moines. Segers plan to drive home Tuesday. Captain and Mr*. Robert McMahon will arrive tonight from Fort Campbell, Ky., to be with their respective parents: the E. C. McMahons and tarry Knolls over the Christ- goji weekend. Jim McMahon was at the McMahon cottage on West Okoboji last Saturday to close it lor the winter. Dr. Karl Hoffman it leaving tomorrow to fly to New York City and will not return til after the New Year. Hi wiU visit over the HtoU- djyi with his daughter Joan's family, the Al DeCranes at Bronxville, N, Y., and his Mr. and Mr*. Paul Bloom came Saturday from Seneca, 111., and took the latter's mother, Mrs, Elva Coon, home with them that day to remain for a month or more. Mrs. Coon will then return to Iowa and visit for several weeks in the home of another daughter,'Mrs. Paul Klink and family at Maxwell. Meantime, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, with whom Mrs. Coon makes her home, are leaving Wednesday for California. They will fly on Dec. 27 from Fort Dodge ( to Los Angeles to be gone two months or more and will visit their daughters: Carol Jennings and two children at Inglewood, and Patricia, Mrs. Gary Orrick, and her husband, at LaCanada where they recently moved into a new home. The four children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas will have dinner at the parental home on the evening of the 25th. They are: Ivan, Burt; Alfred, St. Benedict; Ralph, St. Joe; and Mrs. Kenneth Lallier, Estherville, all of whom will be here with their families. Dr. end Mr*. William Halvorsen and family, Madelia, Minn., were guests at the Merle Webster home the weekend before last and on Sunday were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rae, Mason City, for a pre-Ohristmas family observance since the Raes left a few days later for Houston, Tex., to spend the Holidays with their son, Walter Rje, Jr.'s family: (Mrs. Halvorsen is a daughter of the Raes and a niece of 'Mrs. Webster. On the Saturday evening of their visit Mr. and Mrs. Webster entertained four couples at a Buffet din- , ^ . V Taylors wish yon 'SEASON'S GREETINGS <M, Tht Taylor* and their employee* M nd "SEASON'S GREETINGS" to all of you. May the New Ytar be • happy and joyous ent for tach off you. Wo have enjoyed excellent crops and a late fall, enabling most farmers to finish their work before winter. W« at Taylor* with to thank our many friends and customers for making 1967 on* of the boit year* in our 27 ytart in Algona. Dean at Taylor Motor Co. woathorod a 60-day strike and now is toeing now Fordt arrive almott daily. Need- lott to My though, ho hope* the next ttriko it a long way in tho dittant future. Mitch's butihott hat moved along vory well. With tho now facilities ho hat eonttructtd, ho it now moro than ovor ablo to take cart of hit customers — both old and now. Tho fortiliior butinott today it fast-changing and moro and moro of hit timo it tpont at tchoolt and otbor mooting* whoro tho latest in idoa* aro dovolopod and then brought homo to tho local lovol and hit cuttomort benefit. Doan it oxpocting 1968 to bo another top year for Ford productt. Truly thit it "Ford Country" and tho Fordt, Muttangt, Morcury*, Lincoln*, Thunderbird* and Ford truck* leaving 'the firm daily aro evidence of tho wonderful ac- ceptance thwe fine productt continue to have in Kotsuth and surrounding aroat. had a busy year alto. W. C. spent considerable timo - - - At tho Taylor Implement Rex and in hotpitalt plant, talot and moro farmer* thit year but toomt to be recovering nicely. At tfu of dryer* and drying equipment hit now all-time hi armor* aro finding that the Idea* adopted by Tayi ilgh* thl* year. More lor* on drying and Bohlon Continuous harvesting aro being unlvortally accepted Dryer tale* wore ovor 20 in 1967 and for 1968, Bohlon bat three new additional modolt to cover every tiio of operation from 300 buthelt per hour through 177 butholt per hour. ,,~ Drying Tank* and Grain Storage tank* ttill aro being told in Increasing number* each year. Rex foalt that Bohlon it still tops in It* field and Taylor* it fortunate to offer thit wonderful product to farmer* in thl* area. Still another now lino, tho Versatile tractor and Swathor, hat boon added. > Again, wo want to thank all of our friondt and cuttomort for their patronage and friendthip during 1967 and wo hope to have tho ploaturo of continuing to *erve you in 1968. ' ff^g.fimm!^m^^^fWmwmwm9»mmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmH m < m • from Dean Taylor & Employees of TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Dick Boitoll Cecil Burti* Jack Penderga*t Nicola* Dangelcer John Roeder Bill Ringgonborg Roberta Miller EMU Main* Richard Lellior Harold Kuchonrouthor Vivian Hagon Gary Newman Doan Taylor MERCURY MUSTANG LINCOLN TNUNDERBfflD MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR Employees MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR from W. C & Rex Taylor and Employees of TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO H. Miko Knecht Either Smith Harold Wolter* W. C. Taylor Rex Taylor Jake Simon* John Goodman Art Schroodor f

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