Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1966 · Page 8
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I—AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JAN, J4, Kathryn Knoll married !•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*•••••••••••••! { HELLO Algona... New« of families and newly married couplet who have recently moved to Algona. Mary Kathryn Knoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence 1 Joseph Knoll, and Robert Char-1 lee McMahon,' son of Mr. and 1 Mrs. E. C. McMahpn, were married Saturday, January 22, at eleven o'clock at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P.;.Gearen performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Judith Anne Knoll, as maid of honor. Best man was the brother, of the groom, James Francis McMahon. Anne Solberg, Mason City, was the flower girl and Brian Neary, Omaha, Nebr. was the ring bearer. Ushers were John Hood, Thomas Hutchison, Des Moines, and Robert Anderson, Sioux City. Charles Cassel and Walter Bradley, Jr. were acolytes. Mrs. Vincent Bernardo was soloist and Ruth Cassel was the organist. ; ; A reception was held at the Johnson House following the ceremony. Mrs. John Hood had the guest book. Mrs. Raymond Posppe and Mary Hiet, Sioux City, served punch. Mary Ellen Nieman, Omaha, Nebr. opened the gifts. Tfye couple will live in Chicago, 111. Photo by Poundstone Studio ANCIENT BOOKS — A priceless treasure of ancient Chinese books, manuscripts and wooden slips dating back to before the time of Christ was in Osceola for two or three days last October. Floyd A. White operated the truck which carried the material from the Library of Congress to the west coast on its way back to Formosa. The Chinese ambassador had brought the treasure out of China in 1940 for safekeeping and it is valued at over $16 million dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Padgetj moved here from Fort pocigc on September 1st. They live at 113 N. Phillips street. He is employed as Cost Accountant at LJ.b. Gypsum at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Padget teaches in the Britt schools. They moved to Algona so each could commute a shorter distance to their respective jobs. * * « Mr. and Mrs. Vern Leek, 409 N. Phillips street, came here in October from Spring Green, Wis. He is employed at Electronic Specialties. They have two children, a son 5 years old, and a 9 month-old daughter. The family attends the 'Irinity Lutheran church. * » * Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer moved to Algona trom the Plum Creek township area the first of December to 814 N. \Vooster street. There are five children, 13 year-old twin girls, two sons 12 and 10 years of age, and another daughter, 7. Tney belong to the Trinity Lutheran church. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Gary De Nucci have been here since December 11 when they moved from Holdrege, Neb. He is an announcer and news reporter at KLGA radio, station. They were originally from Wisconsin and live at 107V 2 E. State street. No Injirlis In thru crashis Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Thilges and family, moved here January 2 from Whittemore. Mr. Thilges is in partnership with Chuck Bronson, carpenters. Their five children are David 7, Debra 6, Kenen 5, Barbara 4, Tommy 2. They attend St. Cecelia's church. Their home is located at 1115 N. McCoy street. Mr. and Mrs. Val Gene West* ling and daughter Julie live at 913 N. Wooster Street. They moved here from Burt, on January 1. He is employed at Wei- denhoff Corp. Juke is two years old. They attend the Methodist hurch. Mrs. Westling is the tormer Marcella Lovstad from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesios, 314 N. Minnesota street, retired after 50 years of farming near Algona about the first of January. Their children are Mildred, Mrs. J. B. Winkel; Dr. Ed Capesius, Whittemore; Irene, Mrs. Leland Hurley, Mason Ci ty; Evelyn, Mrs. James Torna- bane, Ft. Dodge. They attend St. Cecelia's. * # * Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, 309 N. Garfield, came here from St. Benedict on January ID. He is employed with Lich- teig Bros, and Mrs. Kissner works at Tall Paul's. A daughter, Shirley, is a waitress at Van's and Tom is working at Carson's. Other children are Jerry at Burt; Richard, Garner. They attend St. Cecelia's church. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wyatt came here in August. They live at the residence at Call State Park where he is a State Conservation Officer. They moved from Lake Darling, Brighton, Iowa. He has been with the Conservation service for 24 years. One son, Bill Jr. is in the Navy, stationed in Virginia; George is living in Florissant, Mo. They belong to the Methodist church. 92 — Mrs. Stella Scott of Perry was honored at a birthday open house party there on January 11 when she celebrated her 92nd birthday^ Wednesday within an hour and a half there were three auto collisions in a two hour per* iod between 2:20 and 4:00 p.m. The first' was a minor accident between cars backing out from opposite sides of the street in front of the Police Station. Involved were vehicles driven by Duane E. Licb, Lone Rock, and Ira D. Bonnette. No charges were filed. Three minutes later a collision between a truck driven by Donald M. Hilbert, LuVerne, and a car driven by Shirley A. Carlson, Wesley, occurred at the intersection of Elm and Wooster streets. The truck was traveling south on Wooster and turned west on Elm street. The Carlson vehicle was going west on Elm and slid about 100 feet before stopping on the icy street. She was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Damage was estimated at $75 to the rear duals and leaf spring. The car had about $150 damage to the front end. An auto driven by Colin C. Voight, 17, collided with a parked car on Call street after he turned off Lantry. The parked vehicle, owned by Charles A. Knudsen, had an estimated $250 damage to the rear bumper, door, tail light, and fender. The Voight auto had about $300 damage to the front end. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulationl Madonna Gitth, daughter of the John Gisches, has organized a home economics pilot study for the Minnesota vocation department. The study is based on semester classes of family dymatics, living with children, iamily foods, and clothing tor the iamily. She will conduct it in Windom public high school where she is teaching home economics. This is her second year there. She is a graduate of Garrigan high school and Man- Kato atate college. Mr*. Julius boiler spent several days last week at her son Henry (Hank) Seller's. Vicki Seller, b month old daughter, is quite 'ill in the Charles City hospital. The Setters moved bacK into their home over the weekend after it had been damaged badly by tire 3 weeks ago. Tney have been living in a motel while the house was repaired. Sherri and Henry Seller ill ere staying with their grandparents tor a tew days. Tne Hank seller's address now is 1511 Clark St., Charles City. Karen Harcey has been with her parents, the Rev. Harceys, since January 15 lor semester break at trie LaCrosse branch of the university of Wisconsin. She will return to LaCrosse January 30. Mr. and Mrs. Don Deal and Ramona spent Sunday evening with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wymer in Ft. Dodge. Mr. and MM. R. C, Knudton, St. Paul, Minn, were overnight guests of Mrs. John Deiiri Thursday. They came for the funeral of her brother Jack Burtis in Lu Verne. Mr. and Mr*. Richard Thyl spent Tuesday evening at his sister's, the George u'orsythea; for Mr. Thul's birthday. Mary Ann Reising is employ ed at the Algona Municipal Utilities office. She replaced Darlene Smith who resigned re* cently. i Julia Johnson was released from St. Ann hospital a week ago. She went to her sister's, Mrs. Verne Johnson, in Humboldt to spend a lew weeks. The new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hannover is Sonja Lyn, born January 8 at St. Ann's, 8 Ibs. 1 ounce. Two other children are Sheila and Stacey. Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron Jr. spent Thursday and Friday here on busuiess and visited hi: parents, the John Waldrons Sr They moved from Algona the latter part of Novemoer ' and have opened the Essen House Smorgasbord east of Cedar Rapids on Hwy. 151. Gregg Hatch came home Friday from Mankato State college for the weekend with his parents, the Duane Jensens. He recently broke his hand in three places in a fall in the dormitory. Pltyd H»l» r«hirn«d to Vtt* rahs hospital Thursday night, He had a three-day pass to attend the funeral of his brother n Humboldt. Surgery is scheduled soon, Weekend guetti at the Rich' ard Schneiders were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lpren Lair, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith, fiospers, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uewaiu ue Koos. ine women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shorn- way left Thursday by train for Berkeley, Calif., lor an extended visit with their daughter Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Howe. I ho Richard Mawdsleys spent last Sunday at the Walter Win- Klemans, Buffalo Center. Four family mrthaays were observed. aupt. O. B. kaing attended a meeting of iowa superintendents at Ames on Saturday Known as the Iowa Association ot Scnool Administrators. Sun- uay and Monday he was in iviarshaiitown to attend meetings 01 tne Iowa City Superintendents club. 1'nis group is for superintendents ot scnools in towns witn a population of 0,000 or over. Anna Harvey left Friday from Perry for Glenoale, Calif, to spend tne .winter with her uaiignter, BarDara, Mr. and ivirs. 'harry McCorKle. Mr. ana Mrs. lid Wolf left Saturday morning by car for Las Vegas, Nev. where they will vacation tor two weeks. Mrs. Florence Phillips will be with their children. Mr. Wolf is the owner ot the Coast to Coast store. Hutzells SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Tax Time Aids! ACCOUNT BOOKS • LEDGERS • LEDGER SHEETS BUY OR RENT ADDING MACHINES, CALCULATORS AND TYPEWRITERS "We service everything we sell at Hotzell's in Algona" Here's the SALE You Have ited for-The Grand Finale! BEGINS TUESDAY, JANUARY 25th - FOR 5 BIG DAYS DRESSES The biggest selection of dresses ever offered in January at a Basement Sale . . . regular, half, junior, and petite sizes. Over 500 dresses to choose from ... prices are lower than ever before!! We will sell them all in five days ... no limit. -SWEATERS- The greatest selection of sweaters ever shown .., over 200 brand new pastel sweaters in sizes 36-46. We have marked these down to rock bottom so they will sell . . . inany with matching skirts, All famous names ,.. DARLENE — LAMPL - RUSS TOGS, Slacks ft Stretch Pants $5.98 up COATS A limited number of coats ... a few untrimmcd styles, and a few rich mink-trimmed styles. We sell each of them this week. All 1965 coats ... see these while you can have a choice. SKIRTS Not as many skirts this year but many of them are the new A-line style — sizes 848, all colors. Many to match sweaters so you can make a coordinated outfit. Priced to sell this week. Don't miss these!!. BUY QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT GIVE-A-WAY PRICES ^^(•jpjHi^^ UHHP "JBMBP *HWBP ^BM^P ^••••P ^^•^•^BP P ^ ^^BBJI^B^ HH^H ^•B^HW ^IB^EV ^•^^•^•^•^^••W STORE ALGONA, IOWA

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