Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 11
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Around Algona hyONlETA DIDRIKS6N Pherte 2*5-2605 ••I 111 ll 111111111111111 Ml Mr, and Mn. Rex Taylor arrived home Saturday from a Vacation at Phoenix, Ariz., having flown from Sioux Palls where they left their car. Mr, and Mrs, Charfet Lindhorst, New Sharon, were here last week and assisted the Ralph Lindhorsts in dismantling the home of their mother, Mrs. Homer Lindhorst, who has been a patient at Good Samaritan Homo for some time. The house has been vacant and now the furniture will be sold on Saturday and then the house will be offered for sale. masters vacation with her grandparents, the Don Nelsons, and her sister's family, the Ser' ry Cowans. Nelsons took hei* back to the University bn SUn» day. Their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Simmons, of Manchester, moving soon into a new recently completed there. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid spent Friday and Saturday, Jan. 21 and 22 at Des Moines and while there went to see 'The Sound of Music'. Dr. and Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler will spend the weekend with the latter's sister Ruth and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Decker in Des Moines. From there they will drive to Florida, will visit another sister and brother-in-law, the Bud Lawsons at Dunedin, and other friends in Clearwater and further South, planning to remain till weather warms in Iowa. The Rev. N. M. Coughenour drove to Waterloo Sunday afternoon to attend the Conference Commission on World Service and Finance in session that evening and all day Monday. Mrs. Alex Dermand met her daughter Kathy at the Fort Dodge airport Thursday and they took her back there Monday morning to return to Iowa City where she is working full time while taking some courses at the University. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris are leaving today by train for California and will visit their son Joel at San Francisco and meet their new daughter-in-law, the former Ann Harris, to whom he was married Jan. 29. The local Harrisses plan to be away two weeks or more and will leave their car at Perry where they'll take the train. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud and her sister, Mrs. Mary s Boswell, moved Tuesday to Des Moines where they recently bought a home at 3622 Davisson Road. Their Algona home 414 South Jones is for sale. Me included ift-the tetter ma c'olorM slides taKfcn ffoiti t air and on the landing bale at Men Hda. Dr. and Mr*. D««n P. K*»fc are going to Iowa City for the weekend and will attend gndu* ation exercise at the State Uni« versity where Or, Kobb's brother Gene and his wife will both be awarded Bachelors' Gene is also enrolled cal School where he will tinue studying. Quests of Mr. and Mrs. K«n Peirce from Friday to Sunday were their son George With his wife and three daughters, also Mrs. Margaret Bingaman, all oi Waterloo. 50th wedding is observed by Ringsted pair Seneca — There were 200 guests at St. John's Lutheran 'arish hall, rural Ringsted, Jan 23, for Mrs. Verl Smith's parents, the W. E. Hansens, Ring sted, for their 50th wedding Mrs. Smith announced the pro- d^ftd otM raid a ttiile and&e north of Seneca a week ago ptotifotf Mght !*e got out Of ihe eat afld wtlked and raft 16 the Elviti dodFredsoti hdrtie aboul one mile away. Blvin took Rift to a doctor found that hid suffered faetoi lacta tion*, a bfdkeh fibSfc, flVfe teeth broken out, and an injury to his a\V bone: Me was hospitalized at Bsthervllle and Thursday tea aft dpwatloft bti hid Hose. He tad in appointment to see a defttiat and the doctor Saturday. He 1 is a senior at sentrai high. IICK IN OIRMANY Roger Menz has been hospitalized in Heist ad, Germany? with hepatitis since Jan. 3 at Mrs. Claude Samson suffered a heart attack shortly after her arrival at Fort Lauderdale with her daughter, Mrs. Vic Parsons, and has since been hospitalized. It was hoped that she would be well enough to be released by today and could go to the home of her son and daughter- in-law, the Victor Samsons, until able to fly home from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hut zell went to Cedar Falls for the college Commencement On Wednesday evening of last week, to see their daughter-in-law, Mrs Larry Hntzell, receive her de gree in Education. Larry teach es at New Hampton and since his graduation at Cedar Falls three years ago, his wife has been taking correspondence courses which she has finally completed. They have a smal son. Mrs: Rea Hutchison, Waterloo, sister of Mrs. J. B. Asa, was injured Sunday in a car accident which put her in the hospital there with rib bruises and an injury to an already bad knee. Shower given at Bancroft for Seneca girl Seneca Eileen Lynch, who will marry Leon. John Geitze- Mf-3. Frank Meyer, Mrs. Don Shiilihgtoh, Mrs. FfiU N<*vv- brough, . Mf ft. Frank Krarne*, Mrs. Prank Dreyef, Mrs. Norman Fihhestad, and Mr! Delbert Geitzehauer. They will be married Feb. 12 at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. She is attending La James. Beauty School at Mason City ahd he is a student at Hamilton Business College at Mason Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs, Jr., drove to Minneapolis Friday and on Saturday flew to Clearwater, Fla. where they spent the weekend with his mother who is wintering there. Then they joined another couple on a trip to Bermuda where they will remain for about ten days. During their absence Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf is staying with Bangs children. Mrs. Harold Mosher had gal bladder surgery done Thursday of last week at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge and is reported to be do ng very well. Mr. Mosher has been f?oing down regularly and the R. W. Andersons called on her Saturday. the Mrs. Gordon Davidson, of the Doan area, was brought home Sunday from Mercy hospital at Mason City. Her sister, Mrs. Lee Dickerson, of Moweaqua, 111., who has been with her for the past three weeks, is remaining for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein and son Rick spent Sunday, Jan. 23, at Ankeny with Mrs. Klein's brother, Bob Kuhn, and family. While there they received a call from their mother, Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, at Port Isabel, Tex., where they are now nicely settled after a leisurely trip down. She said there had been a great deal of rain in south Texas since their arrival and the temperature had been down to 34 degrees, an unpleasant beginning for the annual winter vacation. gram with devotions by the lev. Gordon Miller. Carmen Rovn sang. Wiley Hansen, grandson, gave a reading, Mrs. Gene Madsen sang, with Mrs. Terry Hansen as accompanist. Readings were by Mrs. Ella Nelson and Wiley Hansen played and sang. Willie Hansen and Sadie Gangsted were married Jan. 26, 1916 at the farm home of Sadie's parents near Haifa. They were attended by the bride's brother, Edwin Gangsted, St. James, Minn., and the groom's sister, Emma Hansen Gertsen, Des Moines, both of whom were present. They started housekeeping at Ringsted where their three chii dren, Fern, Glenn and Irvin were born. In 1920 they moved to Haifa where they bought the Haifa Store. Fire destroyed their home, store and belong ings on two occasions, the firs Jan. 31, 1925, and then again Nov. 5, 1940. In 1941 they mov ed to a farm near Ottosen where they remained until 196 when they returned to Ringstet Their son, Irvin, died at 2 months, and their son, Glenn Roger, who enlisted in the ar- rnyV *as sent to Germany in April, 1964. Hi* wife, the former Carol Long, Armstrong, joined him there in August of the same year. His address is: Sp5 Roger Menz, RA 17650001, Box 1373, At»0 321, N.V., N.Y. 09321. SENECA STARS MEET Senega Stars met with Linda Kracht. Cathy Bergum presided. Becky Jensen gave an illustrated talk; Cathy Bergum, Linda Kracht and Barbara Andre gave demonstrations. Group activities consisted of posture pictures of each and also each member laid out and cut a pat- erh for a dress. Jill and Becky ensen will be February hostes- es. Jill Jensen is reporter. hauer, Lone Rock, was given a; miscellaneous shower Sunday at the St. John's Hall, Bancroft. Prizes at cards were won by Mrs. George Merron, high, Mrs. Amey Cherland, low, and Mrs. Henry Sehroeder, plate. At the bride's table were the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Wayne Lynch, the groom's mother, Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Stauder, Bancroft, and her aunts, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Lorraine Foley Fischer, Grandville, also the attendants, Pat Binzen, Ann Marie Walsh, Rochester, Minn., and Diane Vaske, Mason City. Hostesses were Mrs. Dave tion. Their. Mrs. Merbie Kfause, was' a City. Nancy Fischer, who teaches at Barnum spent last weekend ,vith her parents, the Delmar •ischers. The Delmar Fischers spent JoAnn DeGroote came from Vermilion, S.D. Tuesday of last week to spend the between se- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham who live north of Sexton and had not heard from their son George since Dec. 17 had begun to worry considerably about him but received a letter from him a week ago. He is a helicopter pilot in Viet Nam said that he is very busy am is well except for sinus induced by the now dry weather there Lynch, Mrs. Roman Ricke, Mrs Lorraine Fischer, Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mrs. Robert Lynch Mrs. Dennis Lynch, Mrs. Robert Binzen, Mrs. Lawrence Walsh Miss Kay Geitzenauer, Miss Ka thy O'Donnell, Mrs. Clarence Vaske, Mrs. Floyd Brekke, Mrs Russell Jensen, Mrs. Wendel Ringsdorf, Mrs. Ed Goche, Mrs Gerald Erpelding, Mrs. Dick Krapp, Mrs. Everett Witham Monday to Thursday at Des tfbines at the annual grain dea- er's convention. The Williard Thompsons recently returned from Corder, VIo. where they toured the Ozark Camper plant. They visited Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Agnes Foley, at Burlington. _. dulte. She' is teachihg first grade in Cedaf Falli H&hbie, who' is rnajorihg in ail, will be graduated ih Juhe. He! will also have completed several hours Of post-graduate work. Thursday club met with Mrs. Ervin Votteler. Programs were distributed and plans made for the club party at the Everett Witharns Feb. 25 with the husbands as guests. Mrs. Raymond Gardner and Mrs. tjerhard Ne- refrt were guests. The Curtis Olsens had a visit from their gfahdson, Willie Zetterich, of Terril last weekend. daughteMft.kw.ALGo'NA % , ^— f THMMOagjaj-fehR. Fred JohaiM»e»efi, nesen, WayM hostesses at a party held it tn« Vaudt home Sunday fot '«««» members and Wisbftfl* . , II guests. Thef will ! fcSUnlr Jeglt- Tar meetings in March at Everett Witham'S. , " . . .' . Mrs. BSttv Moll and tf»iidl%n' l near Des Moinfes, Wet* weekend guests 6f her the August: Melons. I The Wayne Lynches were adult chaperons at the 4-H Junior Leaders tobogganing party Monday night at the Etherington farm in Plum Creek township. Their son, Tom, is one of the county 4-H officers. the James Nymans, Estherville, were Sunday visitors at their son, the Wayne Nymans. Shirley Ohnemus, who recently was graduated from business college at Mason City, is working at a Mason City tent and awning company. The Herbert Krauses went to Cedar Falls Jan. 26 for gradua- Sontral high school music student^ eligible for chairs in Lhe Northwest band festival Feb. 5 at Cherokee are Mary Lou Larsert (first chair), Rodney Jensen, and Mary Ellen Ditsworth. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was hostess and Mesdames Everett Witham, WIRINGl Connected or Corrected ! UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-222J* THOMAS FUNERAL CHArtL FENTON Experienced Embalmers arid Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Bte Referred to Us With Confidence Phone 889-2796 — FENTON RINGST6D PHONK: 886 1006 — 986-1001 — 814-1970 was married to Florence Jensen, Seneca, died in 1951. •, They have five grandchildren, olleen Smith Owens, Des Moines, Marlene Smith, Seneca, Irvin Hansen, Valdosta, Ga., Terry, Bradgate, and Donald, Claron. Guests were registered by Marlene Smith, and gifts were opened by Mrs. Collene Owens, Mrs. Terry Hansen and Mrs. Don Hansen. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Wilmont Edwards, Ceylon, Minn., and Mrs. Harold Jorgensen, Mason City, sisters. Hostesses were Mrs. Minnie Hoien >and Mrs. George Hoien, Ringsted. HAS OPERATION Lee Preston, son of the Howard Prestons, is recuperating from injuries received in an accident when his car hit a PROCLAMATION 1966 Children's Dental Health Week February 6 • 12 WHEREAS, many of the citizens and members of the dental profession of this municipality are concerned with the prevention of dental disease; and WHEREAS, early preventive measures and education of children and youth can aid in preventing a large part of the incidence of dental disease, especially tooth decay, and can help to ensure the good dental health of future generations of adults : NOW, THEREFORE, I, Wm. J. Finn, Mayor of the City of Algona, do hereby proclaim the week of February 6 through 12, 1966, as Children's Dental Health Week in Algona, and urge that all citizens and all community organizations join in the observ* ance. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of Algona to be affixed, this 25th day of January, 1966. , J, FINN MAYOR Got an itch to switch? A little scratch will do it during your... FORD DEALER'S ANNUAL Special Big Ford! Special Low Price! Ford Custom 500 4-Door Sedan Our new Fords and Mustangs are a runaway success! We're out to top Chevy in '66! We're offering these specially equipped White Sale Fords and Mustangs at prices you can't say no to! Big Fords include such luxury features as pleated all-vinyl seats, deluxe trim, deluxe wheel covers and whitewalls—your choice of Custom 500 2- or 4-door models, white or blue. Mustangs are plushly appointed with buckets, sports wheel, stick shift! Mustang! Special Low Price! 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