Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 11
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41 If It 1 1 II! t H 1 1 HIM 1 M 1 f Around Algona •yONlETA DlDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 •t ti nun M-H-H n n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I.H..H..H..H A bridge club Which toiwUf • , from a vacation trip to Florida meeting on which they were away for of nine members is this evening with Hemmingsen. Mrs. Don The home on south Minnesota street of the late Mrs. L. W. Keith was sold recently to Mrs. Roberta Miller. She and her mother, Mrs. C. H. Simpson, will move there by the first of April. Mrs, Simpson will occupy the first floor of the house and her daughter will fix up an apartment on the second floor. Lawrence Hutzell drove to Earlham Sunday where his wife has been for the past three weeks assisting in the care of her aged father, Alfred Standing. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler came home two weeks ago. They had been in Florida where they visited her sister and brother- in-law at Dunedin, were in St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Bonita Springs and took a boat trip through the Everglades. They .were away five weeks and en- route stopped at both Kansas City and Des Moines for visits with her sisters., ' Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips, Glenwood, returned home Friday after visits here with their daughters' families, the Rex •Voyles and Gary McDonalds, and Mr. Phillips: got ih a little^ work on their Spirit Lake cabin. three weeks. They went to St Petersburg first, spent several days with the Ed Wolcotts who have wintered there, and with them made a three day trip to Key West. Enroute they saw the Horace Clapsaddles at Cape Coral and the Wm. Daus, Sr., down on the Keys. Andersons came back along the Gulf to New Orleans where they spent one night, then came north through Vicksburg, Arkansas and Missouri. The Wolcotts expect to return to Algona in about a month. Dr. Karl Hoffman whose dental office had been closed for several weeks returned by plane to Mason City Monday evening. He visited at the home of his daughter Joan in Bronxville, N. Y. and sailed from there on a Caribbean cruise on which he was accompanied by a nephew, Dean Kohlhaas, of Washington, D.C. Lone Rock girls are selected, Girl's State Mrs. Chas. Patterson drove to Chicago Heights on Sunday accompanied by her granddaughter Sheila, who flew to Mason City Saturday to with her. Wendell drive back Patterson/ her eldest son, suffered a massive stroke on Tuesday of last week and is in a Chicago hospital, so Mrs. Patterson does not know how long she will re main. Mr. Patterson is president of a Transport company. Susan Hemmingsen left Sun day for Minneapolis after spending a ten day Spring vacation with her parents, the Don Hem- mingsens. She is in her first .year at the St. Barnabas hospital school of nursing. Mrs. Arlan V. Tengwall and her three children left Monday after having their household goods loaded for shipment to Helena, Mont. They will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Johnson at Tannock, Minn., and her husband's parents at Willmar for a short time. The Johnsons had been here with their, daughter's family since March 5. When the furniture arrives at Helena, Mr. Tengwall will fly to Willmar and take his wife and children to their new home in the family car which she has with her. Formerly with the Iowa State Bank here, lie is now manager of a Farmers' and Ranchers' Loan Department at the Union Bank and Trust Company in Helena, where he began work on March 1. tal in Ft Dodge Thursday mom- land won high and Leonard Hoi-, Rood's. Dtnny Sctrattf, Rev. N. M. Coughenour assisted at the Ordination of Rev. Douglas Reed Sunday afternoon at the Mallard Methodist church at which Bishop James S. Thomas, Des Moines, officiated. Lone Rock — Mary Lou. Larson has been chosen at the 1966 Hawkeye Girls State representative of the Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary. She is one of two daughters of the Norman Larsons, of rural Fenton, 16, and a Junior at Sentral high school. She has made honor roll her freshmen, sophomore and junior years and is vice- president of the Junior class. She is on the staff of the school Annual and is artist for the school paper. She has belonged to the Sentral chapter of the Future Teachers of America 3 years and is this year president. She participated in speech competition n her sophomore year and the Junior class play this year. She has been a member of chorus and glee club, small vocal groups and soloist, and accompanist. She has been a member of the stage; concert and marching bands, small instrumental groups and soloist. She attends the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ringsted, is an active member of the Luther League and is organist for her church. ing where she was admitted on Wednesday as a medical patient. She had become ill only four days previous to her hospitaii- zation. Survivors besides her husband is a son, Stanley, Denver, two grandsons, a sister, Mrs. Clara Manns, Marion, N.D., and Andrew Nelson, Mrs. Nelson was Lone Rock — Janell Newbrough, daughter of the Lawrence Newbroughs, Lone Rock, was chosen alternate representative to the 1966 Hawkeye Girls State for the Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary. She is president of the Junior cla^s at Sentral high school and has served as class secretary the student..councjlj member of : the' so and is -manage*; of tp^irl's basketball and track, ^ s also a member oFthe Sentral Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Montgomery arrived home Wednesday ol last week from Winter Haven .. Fla., with thoir mobile home in which they had lived for several months in a trailer court. They left home Nov. 4, and firsl spent a month at the home oi their son Tom who is working on his Ph.D. in Ceramics at the University of Missouri at Rollo. They also stopped in Rollo en- route home and after arriving here went to see their daughter Elaine and her husband, the Lee Coppocks, at Marion. Mrs. L. S. Muckey has been a patient at St. Ann Hospital since Saturday receiving treatment for a severe ear infection but is now reported to be improving., Jand. Janell is a member of .he Presbyterian church of Lone Rock.; yV sister of Janell, now Mrs. Laverne Smith (Judy), Swea City, attended Hawkeye iris State in 1956, and a broker, Jerry, attended Hawkeye Boys State in 1959. Janell's mother was a counselor at Hawkeye Girls State 1965. $62 HEART FUND The Heart Fund collection amounted to $62.50 for the town of Lone Rock. Helpers were Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Roger Long, Mrs. Larry Ramus, Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs. Dennis Priebe with Mrs. Gene Harson as chairman. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will hold ship a Flower Breakfast Garden Fellow- in their dining Mrs. Victor Hiserodt arrived homei Wednesday of last week from Phoenix where she had made a trip by bus to visit her son Donald's family. While there she attended with him and his wife a DECCA banquet held at a Tucson hotel on March 12, at which Donald was awarded a Life Membership in that club, an honor which was quite unexpected. Students and co-ordi- nators from over the state of Arizona made up the crowd of 600 in attendance at the dinner. Donald is State Supervisor of Man-power Development there. room next Thursday morning, March 31, instead of the annual Spiritual Bazaar. The program. will be on the Garden Theme and Mrs. Everett Steven will sing. FAMILY" SUPPER "' Next Sunday will be a family night potluck supper at 6:3C p.m. Bring covered dish, and able service. Emily Nevitt, Al- ;ona, will speak and show pic ures of missionary work imong the Blackfeet Indians in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritsen of Beaver Dam, Wise., were Frl day dinner and overnight guests of the W. H. Bartletts and also visited other friends. They had been visiting relatives at Renwick and were enroute home Their older son Jerry teaches in • a junior high school in northern Wisconsin and his wife also teaches. They have two children, the younger now in Kindergarten. Bill, the younger boy, is associated with his father who is manager for Wynn Oil in the State of Wisconsin. The Algona Federated Woman's Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Lyle Steele who was assisted by Mrs. J, A. Reid. There were 17 members and three guests were present. Sana Svedman, Swedish Exchange student, showed slides and talked of her homeland. It was announced that the County Meeting of Federated Clubs will be held at Titonka on April 11. Plan study course for inactive nurses Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zeigler and son Gordon left early Friday morning for Branson, Mo., where they enjoyed a four day vacation at Devil's Pool Guest Ranch on Table Rock Lake. The trip was won from Buscher Bros, in a drawing some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson arrived home Sunday afternoon Cogley, Algona, drive locally for is and on e is a 11 team She a brother Thompson. born and raised at Thompson. She was a member of St. Olaf Lutheran church and active in the Women's Society. The pastor, Rev. Norman Johnson conducted the service, and Dale Vige was soloist, with Mrs. David Engel as organist. Pallbearers were Lewis Olson, Burton Rood, Richard Matheson, Andrew Espeland, Larry Monson, Arlis Kinseth. ATTEND GRADUATION Virginia Tompkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tompkins, graduated as a medical assistant receptionist from the proffessional business institute in Minneapolis March 18. Attending from this area were the Vernon Tompkins, Mrs. Gary Kraft, Mark and Teresa, and Jerry Hawkins, Hardy, and the Bill Mayhews, Rochester, Minn. MEETS AT LUVERNE Bode Woman's club met at James Mallory's, LuVerne, Friday. Mr. Mallory showed many of his costly antiques and the group also saw the beautiful 'loral arrangements in his lome. Viola Thompson was hos ;ess for lunch at the Enterprise cafe later in the afternoon. Good Will club met at Nea. Olson's last Wednesday with 10 couples attending. Clifford Hel den low for the men, and Edna Olson high and Nola Nielson low for the women in 500. The Clarence Smiths left Thursday and spent the night at their daughter, the Don Roths, Charles City. They went to Waukegan, 111., and visited over the weekend at their son, the Gerald Smiths. Their grandson Jeff had his first birthday this weekend. The Ralph Olsons visited Sunday at Darwin Carlson's in jowrie. Wednesday evening the ^Jorvel Hundermarks visited the Olsons. Sunday guests at Torkel Aure's were the Frank Baes- ers, Humboldt, Tommy Kissingers, Livermore, Bob Aures, and Don Aures. New members joining the St. Olaf Lutheran church Sunday were Mrs. Robert Aure, the Leo ihristiansons, Wayne and Gary, who have been participating in nquiry classes, and the younger Christianson children, Lee Ann and Kim Ann. Several women from Bode attended a county Republican meeting at Howard Tellier's Wednesday. Attending were Mrs. Torkel Aure, Mrs. Orren Olson, Mrs. Erling Olson, Mrs. 0. H. Olson, Mrs. Mark Holland, Mrs. Burton Rood and Mrs. Viola Thompson. Mrs. Laura Meyers, Ames, visited Saturday at her sister, the Oscar Williams. Olaf Olson returned Sunday from Lutheran hospital where he has been a patient three weeks. His son, the Ernest Olsons, Columbus, Neb., spent the weekend in Bode. The Harry Irelands, Algona, and Ron Watsons, Humboldt, were Saturday guests at Burton son of the Roods, spent .the weekend,ft Bode while his, parents, the Ctootd Schutttei, Humboldt, and Deati attended an auto show in Des Moinea. Larry Torgerson, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at hi* mother Mrs. Lucille forger' son's. ALOONA «•*•) ADVANC1-* THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1H4 ver, for the Larson's daughter's birthday, Mrs. Larry Lemiiiig, Humboldt. The Arnold Larsons Were Sunday guests of their daugh' ter, the Dick Opheims, Dow* The Walter Bakkens and Mrs. The Ronald Olsons spent Sat- Hilda Enger were Sunday|urday at Curt Olson's, Lone guests at Ralph Larson's, Flo-Rock. Harry V. Hull. Jr. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR Fidelity Securities Corporation Storm Lake, Iowa INFORMATION AND PRICE QUOTES ON NATIONAL AND LOCAL IOWA LISTED AND UNLISTED STOCKS. GALL or WRITE Box 71 Humboldt, Iowa Phone 332-2292 108 N. Moore Algona, Iowa : Phone 295.7160 LAST CARD PARTY The last card party of the eason is being held at the Legion hall in Lone Rock March 24, sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary, with prizes and unch. The A. A. Kruegers and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, and the Melvin Meyers, Bryan and David, Swea City, were guests Sunday of the Fred'k Schultzes. The Roger Jensens returned recently from two weeks at Florida. Enroute they went to New Orleans and visited with Mrs. Pauline Flaig. The Kenneth Jacksons returned last Tuesday from a 20 and two of the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa. The two islands they visited were Grand Canary and Tennerife Island, both property of Spain. The Harvey Larsons were Friday guests of their daughter, the Lloyd Broesders. The Harvey Larsons and Llo yd Broesders were in Algona Sunday for Mrs. Larson's parents, the Walter Brandows 61st anniversary. Other guests were the Lloyd Brandows, Ft. Dodge and Gene Brandows, Algona. Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, spent a few days of the college spring break with his parents; ""'The Arlanie Hansons joirxfc the Presbyterian church by let ter from the Lutheran church in Ringsted. Holy Week services will be held April 6, 7, and 8, with communion Thursday. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. i Miss Yager, kindergarten teja- cher, who has been in the hospital at Estherville, returned Saturday. Mrs. Milton Madison is substituting for her at school. Services for Mrs. Nelson held at Bode Bode — Funeral services for Mrs. Severt Nelson, 70, Bode were held in the St. Olaf Lutheran church Saturday with bur graham s Me girl fashions s,for Spring ;l day trip to Spain and Portugal ial in the Bode cemetery. Mrs Nelson died at Lutheran hospi Dorothy heading a planned reorientation course to prepare inactive nurses to reenter professional nursing. The course will consist of nine units. Planned is formal theory of 30 to 36 hours in a ten week period. Also supervised clinical lab experience of 10 to 20 hours will be offered. The program is sponsored by the state department of health, state nurses association and Iowa Health Occupations. Inactive nurses interested should contact her. Rummage & Bake Sale Saturday. March 26th 8 KM. - n NOON Congregational Church Basement YOU CAN'T HIDE THE NEWS IN A BARREL! JAMES BOND AND THE AGENTS ARE BACK! FRIDAY MARCH 25th Dancing starts at 9:00 p.m. NEXT WEEK A NEW BAND APPEARS AT THE PINE ROOM The Pine Room HOTEL ALGONA DRESSES Bewitching young fashions of fine cotton to MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR DAUGHTER'S BALMY-WEATHER CHARM. Easter color pastels, bedecked with timely frills, flaunting fashion know-how, they're ready for a busy Spring and Summer schedule punctuated with frequent laundcrings. 00 to EASTER BONNETS FOR GOOD LITTLE GIRLS These are the hats that stepped right out of a little girl's jvish . . . and to make them even more fun, some have their own matching purses. PATENT SLIPPERS When smart little girls GET THEIR TOES TOGETHER, you'll always see a complete collection of WILLIAMS shoes for Easter. TODDLER DRESSES Toddlers squeal with delight at our pastel Easter cottons, so sweet with lace and embroidery. S 3.00 to '5.00

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