Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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I-ALOONA (lew.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 19** Sunday were Mr. tnd Mrs. Stanley Venteicher and Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson of Buffalo Center. Alan Holt it both of Uvermore. the Tony Sorensens and Ray Butteffield, *•—~ **—•' were callers hit quarter break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt. He attends the university at Ames. Mrs. Nancy Merrill »p*iit from Friday till Sunday at Armstrong with her grandchildren while the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrall, were at Brainard, Minn., seeing Mrs. MOIT* all's mother, Mrs. Sid Stalling, who is hospitalized. Mrs, Mary Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deibler, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula went to Klemme Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Alberts. Mrs. Charles Patterson returned some time ago from the west coast. New Years day she saw the Rose Parade at Pasadena and from there went to Walla Walk, Wash, and visited with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Perry. Later she plans to visit other members of her family in the east. Mrs. Julius Peterson fell in her home Saturday and broke the right wrist. A throw caused the accident. rug Delevan, Minri., at Kenneth Hon- Ledyard girl engaged Ledyard — Mr, and Mrs. Albert Looft, Ledyard, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gretchen, and Charles N. Moen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Moen, 423 North 24th Street, LaCrosse, Wis. A June 18 wedding is planned. She is a graduate of Luther college, Decorah, and is teaching in the Neenah high school. Mr. Moen, also a graduate of Luther college, is a sales representative for Moen Photo Service, Inc. at LaCrosse. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller were at Mapleton Saturday visiting with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller. Graveside rites were < held Sunday, Feb. 27 in RLverview cemetery for Mrs. Grace Dickinson Sohn, 55, of Winnetoagp, Minn. She has bsen an invalid with multiple sclerosis the past twenty years. Her parents were former Kossuth farmers, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dickinson, and were neighbors of the Zahltsn and August Slagle families. Mrs. Sohn was a niece of former Sen. L. J. Dickinson, of Des Moines. Services were attended by her brothers who came from distances and Mrs. Helen Dickinson Frederickson, Humboldt, daughter of the L. J. Dickinsons. Rev. Frank Harcey of the Congregational church was in charge of the service after which lunch was served at Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle's. A letter has baen received from Mrs. Dolores Walker, 18 Myrtle Drive, Natchez, Miss 39120, asking information on her ancestry on the Grose side Her mother was Vera Stinson Graves, her grandmother was Stella Crose Stinson and Stel la's father was George W. Crose His father was Phillip Richard Crose (1812-1887), The information wanted is on the 17 children of Phillip R. Crose. She has found 16, viz: John, Cynthia, Sara, Solomon, Martha, Abraham, Thompson, George W., Rachel, Marion, Mary, James, Joseph, Louise, Benjamin, Philip. She writes, "I would like to know the name of the 17th." (1 am sure the one missing is Frank, father of my very dear friend Lucille Crose Anderzen. I knew Louise who married Sam McNutt, Joe, a brother had a )loyed as nurses aides at the Methodist infirmary at Friend>hip Haven. Linda Parsons and her classmate Roseanne Smith of Sioux City, where they attend Morn- ngside college, spent the weekend here with Linda's parents, Hr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons wno were accompanied by Linda's grandmother, Mrs. Claude Samson to bring them here. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe spent Sunday at' Spencer with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gerber, and Mr. and Mrs. Les Wildin were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn. Alt-i wegg, the latter's birthday February 29 being celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson recently returned from Webster City where they had spent the winter with their son Dean and family. Mr. and Mrs. Webster Orton had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abernathy, Carol Jean and Diane, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bentele and family of Des Moines. Mr. Bentele is a brother of Mrs. Orton. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips were at Albert Lea, Minn, last week Thursday and Friday visiting with Elmer's brother, Lloyd and wife. The wife is a major surgical patient at Naeve hospital. Acid cleaner hits eyes of Irvington man Irvington — Gary Vitzthum, employed at the Chevrolet garage, Algona, is at home here recuperating from injury to his eyes, caused by engine cleaner which accidently spurted into his face Saturday. Gary was washing a car and was spraying the cleaner on the engine when the hose became defective. The right eye was more severely burned by the acid. The lids are more seriously affected but they will heal with not lasting injury to the eyes. Gary has bsen at the garage since last July, but recently signed up with the navy. Unless otherwise instructed he will leave for training in June. ey's last week Thursday, Ray- brother of Mrs, Soreiisen, h*d teen in a hospital at Excelsior Springs, Mo., ten days and had stopped off at the Sorensens for several days enroute home, The Butterfields are former lr- vingtonians, having owned and lived on the farm where the Gerald Frankls now live, Mrs. Durwood Walker and her mother Mrs. Charles Reaper, called at St. Ann hospital Feb. 22 to visit Mrs. Velma Pat ton, Algona, who has been there for several days. Mrs, Patton fell and crushed her knee cap. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Reaper also visited Gloria Canaday. who had been confined to St Ann for a week after a fall ir school. Gloria was releasec from the hospital Feb. 26. She is the daughter of Clarence Ca aaday, Irvington. The Geo. McVays, Algona, left Monday for Ft. Collins, Colo., to visit for a week with the Floyd Coopers. Floyd and George are former army buddies. The Carl Lambs, Ringsted, & Geo. Perils, Armstrong, were Sunday guests at Harold Sabin's. wer* Debbie Kohlhaas, John Fries and Danny Long. FEB 29TH BIRTHDAY Visitors Sunday at John 3eesman's were the Gerald 3eesmans, Ringsted, Howard Geesmans, Bancroft, and Larry Gisches, Algona. it was for Mrs. oter 8* ittft, in Odcll, HI., daughter of Dean and Maty Downs Bfehnan. She was maf- ried to Lewis Kent November 1, 1908, and they came to Iowa n 1913 Survivor* «rt ttirtf >• lets, Mabel, Mrs. Mil* fat* Chatiftouth, 111;, Helen, MM. Mi' fold Redlich, Monticelio, Ind., Mary, Mrs. Tom MeMahdA, Otf- rter. Mrs. M«rg»f*i Coo- Vew, tteo, sufViVM rttldchJldmi tnd 4 as do 14 great grandchildren. Mrs. Kent WM preceded iff dfMh by her hushiftd in 1952, and two Sons. 25TH WEDDING SURPRISE The Willis Etheringtons, Plum Creek township, were giv-: en a surprise party last Friday for their silver wedding. Present with food and an anniversary cake were the Evert Broes- ders, Lewis Schumachers, Bill Marshalls, Stanley Gardners, John Wilsons, Ronald Gardners, Floyd Bodes, Ed Kains, Hollis Benschoters, Ernest Naumans, John Scuffham, Paul Schnieders, Melvin Kerns, Clifford Et- heringtons, Jason Etheringtons, Albert Leighs, Thompson, and Simeon "and Donald Leigh, Irvington. The evening was spent playing cards. Mrs. Ralph Parson family of which I and Carrie, and I knew Glen have often heard "Thomp" spoken of who had a son—I've forgotten his name and they lived at Emmetsburg. I think Louise was Louisa. We always called her "Aunt Lyd." A son Phil McNutt was a classmate of mine. There was a son Sam Jr., a daughter Rebecca whom I knew and another son or two. Mrs. Walker was also interested in tracing the Erickson line. I doubt if Lucille would know anything about that, but 1 will send the letter on to her. In one place she spells it Erjckson, and another Erricson—Evelyn Cady). Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson were at Royal Sunday to help celebrate the birthday of their daughter, Lucille, Mrs. Harold Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers, Tony and Terry Lee came from Illinois Friday and took the mother, Mrs. John Helmers, to Fort Dodge where her birthday was observed Sunday at the Virgil Wilschusens. They were joined by the Richard Helmers, Duncomb'e. Patricia Groen of Burt and Janette Wichtendahl of Lone Rock are leaving soon for Fort were visited Saturday and over night by their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. David Lightly of Waterloo. Mr. Lightly did the calling for the square dance held at me V.F.W. hall. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have received announcement of the birth of a son to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, Fairbanks Alaska, where Charles is in service. The infant was born Feb 18, and weighed ten pounds. He has been named Charles Todd Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer had as guests Tuesday their I °f Prayer services at the Otto- THOMAS TO RETIRE Mrs. E. H. Thomas, Trimont Minn, reports Mr. Thomas, de pot agent there, plans to retire in June and move to Mankato where their daughter Joan lives Her husband is with the First National bank there. The Tnom ases formerly lived at Irving ton for a number of years am Mr. Thomas was depot agen here. The daughter Lorraine lives with her family at Ponca City, Okla., and the son Lloyd is in California. Sunday guests at Lawrence Miller's were Mrs. Esther Williams, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Wayne Byeiiy and Victor Applegate, Ames. Mrs. Margaret Kent, AJgona, had a group of women for Mrs. Verl. Patterson's birthday last week Thursday. Other guests were Mrs. Ronald Waldera, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Mrs. Harold Sabin, and Mrs. Don Larson, the latter of Burt. Mrs. Hazel Sabin received word last week of the marriage of her nephew, Keith Curran, to Darlene Miller, Mesa, Ariz. The ceremony was January 13 at Mesa, and they live in Long Beach. Keith is a son of the Harold Currans, Britt. The Dick Fellins, Emmetsburg, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Fellin's parents, the B. O. Davises, Irvington. The Willis Etheringtons had the neighborhood card club Tuesday evening. ' ^ The Ronald Sabins went to Eldora Sunday to visit the Charles Riesetters and also Mrs. Erwin Bliven, Rudolph, Wis. Mrs. Bliven had been with the Phil Neshiems, Des Moines, ancj stopped off at the Riesetters before returning to Wisconsin, She is the mother of Mrs. Ron? aid Sabin, Mrs. Charles Rieset- ter and Mrs. Phil Neshiem. The Donald Frankls, Minn§- apolis, came Sunday for the night with Donald's mother Mrs. Marie Frankl. The Frankls wen? mroute home to Minneapolis af: ,er two weeks in Miami, Fla. vi- liting relatives and friends. TwoKossuth young people seek office Burt — Area members of Children of the American Revolution are making plans for the state convention at Kirkwood Hotel in Des Moines March 4 and 5. Linda Fairbanks and John Patterson, Burt, and James Voight, Fenton, will be can didates for state office. Mrs Donald Patterson, Burt, is state CAR adult president, and Mrs Warren Jones, Fenton, is local society senior president. Geesman's birthday Feb. 29., Good Will truck will be in Burt March 8. Leave material at Methodist church basement. Eastern Star will meet March 8 in the hall, The annual school of instruction will be held March 12. Beef banquet is dated here for March 24 The popular Kossuth Bee Producers' banquet has been set for Thursday, March 24, a 7 p.m. at Garrigan high school announces Ross Inman, associa tion president, Bancroft. E. F. Butler, public relation director with Maytag at Newton, will be feature speaker. Mr. Buter is well known for his wit, humor and message. Hormel & Company is again featuring the standing rib roast of beef. Attendance is limited to 400 and tickets are available from the following board members: Ross Inman, Bancroft; Swen Larson, Buffalo Center; Leonard Stenzel.Burt; Ray V. Cunningham, Burt; Oscar Tindall, Corwith; Jim Rock, Swea City; Benji Banwart, West Bend, and Harlan Hutchinson, Lone Rock. Tickets are also available at the County Extension Office or from Galen DeValois, county extension director, and Roger Hiemstra, county extension associate. Clara E. Kent, former Wesley resident, dies Clara E. Kent, 79, former Wesley and Burt resident, died at the Britt hospital Saturday, F ; eb. 26, after a two weeks ill- AT PRAYER SERVICE Five women from the Irving ton church attended World Da; ness. Funeral services were held Tuesday at ten o'clock at the Sit. Boniface Catholic church in iarner. Pallbearers were Don Carson, Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. John Muehe, Luke Youngwirth Lael Root, and Julius Kunz. Bu rial was in the St. Joseph oem etery, at Wesley. Clara Brennan was born Oc knits: Ito new dimension See new facets of flattery, in knits for spring. Textures are distinctive, colors are dramatic and their fashion future unlimited. BUTTE KNIT SHEAKLEYS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls". •V. *..••« I-AMOUS MCKESSON BEXEL SPRING VITA-RAMA 31 DAYS IN MARCH* </2 PRICE ECONOMY SIZES! TREMENDOUS SAVINGS OTHER SIZES! daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Palmer, Anaheim, Calif., and brother, Mr. Dodd, also of Anaheim who with Mrs. Dodd had flown here to attend the funeral services for the grandfather at Garner. The flight took them to Ames where the Dodds had relatives whose car was used for the trip here. Mrs. Milton Dahl was visited for a short time Sunday evening by her grandson, Tom Vinson, wife, Randy and Vicki, of Madrid where he teaches. They were enrouts home from Rock Rapids where they had visited with Tom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson. Craig's wife Betty is having trouble with a spinal disc and unless there is improvement soon, she will have surgery. Mrs. Esther Helberg, Mrs. Marguerite Dahl, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Mrs. Mab9l Lee went to Titonka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs were also visitors there, Mr. Ricklefs having relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson had as guests over the weekend their son-in-law and daughter Mr. ajid Mrs. C. R. 'Pippin and sen Presbyterian church. Lutheran women of Ottosen were also guests. After the service led by Mrs. Albert Thorsen and Naomi Struthers there was an hour of fellowship in the church dining room with the Ottosen women serving lunch. Mrs. Myrtle Stiltz, Livermore, and her sister, Mrs. Florence Skilling, Irvington, spent last week Wednesday visiting their parents, the Ray Fitches, Burt. Mrs. Anna Eischen, St. Benedict, accompanied her son Harold to Mason City Feb. 27 to visit Alex, 14 months old son of the Harold Eischens, Wesley, who has been a patient in the hospital there for the past week. He is being treated for bronchial asthma, and it is not known when Alex will be allowed to come home. Mrs. Anna Eischen is spending a few days at the Eischen home taking care of the other children, while their mother Mary Eischen is in Mason City. Evening guests of Mrs. Flor- last Lyle ence Colwell, Irvington, week Monday were the Pearces, Britt. Tuesday callers were Mrs. Mary ColweU and her Dodge where they will ho em-1 Bret of Spencer. Other guests; mother, Mrs. Luther Butler, SPEECH CONTEST There were five contestants from Burt at the speech contes Feb. 25 and 26 at Lake Mills Claudeen Cranston with a hu morous declamation won first. Clint Patterson with the original oratorical declamation won a first. The two who won first will go to the state speech contest March 18-19. 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