Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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Conservation Officer Bill Basler returned Friday from Des Moines where he attended a four-day game law workshop. Mrs. Elmer Dole and Mrs. Clem McEvoy will leave tomorrow for Denver, Colo, by train from Perry. They wiJl visit Mrs. McEvoy's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Donnelly for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeVay left today (Monday) for Iowa City where she will have a check-up. From there they will drive to Rock Island, 111 to visit an'd from. Chicago they will board a plane for Las Vegas, Nev., for a few days. Sunday guests for a family dinner at the Bill Basler's were their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mi land Bragg, George; her par 'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wil- KLGA FOLLOWS District Tournament WRESTLING ACTION DIRECT REPORTS FROM THE ARENA ABOUT ALGONA HIGH WRESTLERS Saturday Afternoon Feb. 19 8—ALOONA (low.) ADVANCt MONDAY, FEB. 14, 1966 ON KLGA iamsofi, Vettef; and brother, Uie Gerald Williamsons, Swea aty. Mn. Clark Godden want to Hear Lake Wednesday to spend he day with her son, the Lester Goddens. Mr. and Mrs, Pat Malone, Ottumwa, visited the Bill Wyatts on Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Thul left Friday evening for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girard, Bagley. Monday Mr. Thul stayed at Fort Des Moines as he has enlisted in the army. Mrs. John Beuthein, Chicago, 111., came Wednesday to spend a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry Engstrom. Mr Engstrom has been seriously ill for a few weeks. Mrs. James Coady will be a patient at St. Joseph's hospita in Mankato, Minn., for awhile for checkups. Cards and letters will be appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Crawford will leave tomorrow from Perry y train for Pueblo, Colo., for 10 days. They will stay with their grandson, Andy, while the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelon, are at Aspen, Colo., skiing. Susan Nitchals, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Nitchals, oame from Mason City to spend Thursday and Friday at home, she is a nurse at Mercy hospital n Mason City. Guests of the Bill Wyatts on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Haufle, Forest City. Mr Haufle is conservation officer al Pilot Mound state park at Forest City. Mr. Wyatt is conserva tion officer at Call state park. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Orton have a girl, born Feb. 10, at the Park hospital, Mason City. She weighed 9 Ib. 11 oz., and has been named Rebecca Lynn. This is their first child and Mrs. Or ton is, the former Darlene Ben tele, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum, St James, Minn., visited his moth er, Mrs. Frank Ostrum on Fri day. Mrs. Donald Baade, Ti tonka, the former Janice Ostr urn, visited her grandmother on Thursday. , Moifltt, SptHt L*fci, Wesley, Ft. Dodge, Sioux City, Burt, Bancroft, Ledyard, LuVerne, Mal- ttd, Dow City, Fenton, Cofwith, rvington, Rociiestef, Minn., Arlington and Waltham, Minn. The bride is a 1065 graduate o! Gaftigfifl and a nurse s aid at St. Ann's. Me graduated front Uarrigan in 19o3 and is em' >ioyed by Pioneer Corn Co ihey are living in Algona. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher eeee»ooee»»»»»e»»«oeeooe The Legion Auxiliary met on Tuesday all day for a rag sew with Mrs. Mike Coyle. Seven members and six guests attend ed. It was voted to have a pop py poster contest in grades four through eight. Three dollars was given for child welfare for the district president's project. Nancy Telford had her seventh birthday Thursday. Visitors were her grandparents, the Roy Tel fords. Classmates Joan and Jane were overnight vte- tors at Dean Telford'*, Mid the Herbert Moenchea, of Mumboldt, were evening Visitors. Mrs. Donald U«h«r tpent fit- esday at Russell Hutchison's, at Humboldt. Mrs, Ktiut Oppedahl has resigned her position it ,tiie bank at &ode and is now employed by the H. E. C. at Humboldt. James Oppedahl, student at Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, the Knut Oppedahls. The family took him back to Ames and visited at Alf Lee's, Stratford. Mrs. Chester Alme was dismissed from St. Ann hospital on Wednesday following surgery She went to Lone Rock to stay at her mother, Mrs. Maude Blan chard's, for a few days. Take PHUVO tabitti when you want temporary relief from ml- nor ichii and pain often ease* elated with Arthritis, Rheuma* tlsm. Bursitls, Lumbago, Back- ach* and Painful Muscular aches. Relieve these discomforts or your money back. On sal* at HONSBRUCH drug store. DESSERT LUNCHEON CDA Valentine Friendship party of Algona Court No. 283 will hold a dessert luncheon on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Academy hall. Each member is invited to bring a non-Catholic friend. Viola Crowley and Anita Lallier are chairladies. Patricia Dorweiler married Patricia Marie Dorweiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler, and Marvin John Bode, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bode, were married Feb. 5 at 11 o'clock. Rev. James Bruch officiated in the double ring ceremony at St. Cecelia's church. The bride .was attended by Doris Taphorn, Sioux City, as maid of honor. Mary Dorweiler was the bridesmaid. Best man was Jerold Bode, of Fort Dodge, and Roger Kramer was groomsman. Ushers were Dick Brennan, of Fort Dodge, and Ray Dorweiler. Ruth Cassel accompanied the soloist, Jane Arndorfer. A reception was held at the Photo by Glenn's Studio. VFW hall immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Ray Dorwei ler had the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Thill and Emily Bo de served punch. Linda Bode and Mrs. Dave Youngwirth poured. Mrs. Joe Dorweiler made and cut the cake. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Von Bank. Joan Heinen, Norma Pfeffer, Mary Jane Taphorn, Marie Thill, and Linda Adams were waitresses. 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