Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, FEE, 10, 1W0 ALC-dNA (low*) n-.-e-y-! ro »-., j/ f r The Brian Rikes were weekend guests of the Philip Noifis- es, Minneapolis, where they attended the Minnesota State Turkey Convention there. Mrs. Rike won top honors at the la^ dies luncheon where she re* ceived a mink boa. Mrs. Phillip Norris won an electric blanket at the-same luncheon. Mrs. D. D. MohlUx was Visited Monday in Heritage Home in Mason City by Mesdarties Claude Slagle, James Evefds, Andy Cotten, and William Finn. She had taken a few steps on Monday, the first since Wreaking her hip. Mr. < and Mrs. hette have been Robert Ben- visited a few days by the letter's son Larry Steve and wife. Larry is in service and after being in Viet Nam is stationed at Fort Riley, Kan. He and his wife were married January 29 at Donaldson. Mrs. Steve is attending college. A complete account of the wedding will be given later. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippin and Bret ol Spencer. Mr. Hanson returned home with them for a visit of a few days. Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs Kyle Keith returned Monday to Waldorf college, Forest City, after spending several days ss- mester break with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burtis had a phone call Sunday from their son Roland in the marines and stationed at Jacksonville, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt of the Ambrose Call State Park have returned from Colorado called there by the sickness of the mother, Mrs. Anna Wyatt. She will be 99 years old February 14. Mrs. Wyatt has the shingles and has bs-en placed in a nursing home at Zearing. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt have also made a brief visit at Ottumwa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Nancy and Gordon went to Storm Lake Sunday to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton. While there a daughter, the first child, was born to the week Thursday till Monday* his Semester break. He is ft student at the university at Iowa City. Most of the time was Spent his parents, Mr, arid Mrs. Matthew Streit, but one day he was at Emmeitsburg with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. H. Morh'hg. Mrs. Joal Herbst has returned from Honolulu, Hawaii Where she had visited since just 4fter the holidays With her bro fher-ih-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ftbn White. She made the trip both ways via plane and was met ih Omaha by Mr. Herbst. A family reunion of the Quinns had been held iri Los Angeles and a Southgate reunion had also been held, the tW6 families having connections but separate celebrations Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte had as guests SUhday Mr. and Mrs Ron McVerrie of Webster City Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms of Buffalo Center called on the former's mother, Mrs. Rose Harms, at the John Grottes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pedersbn were visited last weekend by their daughter Dianna who attends the Mankato, Minn, business college and a classmate Va- era Whitcomb, Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson nd family are going to: Gilmpre Jity Sunday and will be dinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard severson. Mrs. Helen Johnson plans to go to Iowa City February 23 for iome dental surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan Ronald Bartons at Buena Vista hospital. The infant weighed seven pounds. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Gilbert, came Monday from Norfolk, Va. and will have a two weeks leave here. After this he will be on a six months cruise on the Mediterranean and will then be discharged from service. He then plans to enter the university at Ames. Mrs. Elsie Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hansen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ostwald at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jaques and nine months old daughter Michelle Dawn have come from Groton, Conn, and will make their home in Algona. Mrs. are parents of an eight pound, three ounce daughter born Monday at St. Ann. There is another child in the family, a son Jefrey 2. Mrs. Cowan is the for mer Sharon De Groote, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Velson. Mrs. Cowan's mother VIrs. Charles Simmons plans to come Friday to see her new grandchild and will be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew has returned from a visit at Min neapolis, Minn, with her broth er in-law and sister, Mr. and Mis. L. R. Crawford. Floyd Holt .returned last week from the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, where he had gaH bladder surgery. He is improving. The daughter Betty has been home from Iowa City where she is a student at the university and spent her semester break here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt were at Cedar Falls last week Sunday, guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Jaques is a daughter of the Carl Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French and her brother, R. F. Perry, went to Iowa City Monday and Mrs. French will enter the university hospital for some tests. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund had as weekend guest the latter's mother, Mrs. Neva Munger, Spencer. The Hedlunds have built a new home on East McGregor street and will be moving soon, weather permitting. Mrs. Munger will be here to assist. Mrs. Lenore Hi Its was at Bancroft Sunday to attend a farewell dinner given for her nephews Larry Rahe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe who will enter the navy and Edward Rahe, son of Mrs. Edward Rahe who will enter the army. Mrs, Bertha Pommer and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Caret DeWaarde, Ti tonka, spent Sunday at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. L. Hendrickson. The Hendrickson's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Roy, and little daughter are living with the parents during Lt. Roy's sojourn at Viet Nam. They came from Fort Benning, Ga. Charles Streit spent from Hunt. Others there were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berggren. Sunday guests of the Fred H. Ericksons were the Ray Olsens, Mason City, and the Bernard G. Brinks, Bancroft. Mr. Erickson had dental surgery recently and has not been feeling very well. He also had word that his twin wother, Frank, is in Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. for medical treatment. Frank has worked 'or Trenary Bros, of LuVerne "or several years. Jerry Raney visited from Thursday to Sunday with his parents, the Lyle Raneys. He s a sophomore at Iowa City and was here for his semester break. Terry Powell accompanied Jerry lome and visited his parents the James Powells. Sunday visitors of Mrs. John Bahr were her son, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bahr and Mrs. Nell Smith, Clarksville. Mrs. John Waldron returned Sunday evening from a two- week's trip to Cedar Rapids where she visited with her son, John and family. She also spent some time in Dubuque with her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Koppen. THEATRE MEETING Ray Langfitt, manager of the Algona Theater, left by plane Tuesday for Omaha, Nebr. to attend a Central States Drive-In Theater meeting at the Blackstone Hotel. He returned to Algona Thursday. 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