Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1966 · Page 8
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i-ALOONA (1<ma) AOVANCI MONDAY, AM1L 11, INI Th* John KtthlhiilM have r* turned from a three months vi- fit to Texas. White there, Ihey stayed with their sort, Dr. John Kohlhaas and family, Corpus Ohristi. JoEllin Milder cam* Wednesday from St. Teresa College at Winona, Minn, to be with her family, the Jim Mlders, until April 17. Jedi Coleman cam* Friday from Cedar Rapids to spend fia®ter weekend with her grand* mother, Mrs. Bert Deal. Robert Preesman cam* April 1 from Grove School at Madison, Conn, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman, until April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mlldtr and family left Friday for Iowa, Ci- tj? to stay until Monday (today) with his mother, Mrs. W. S. Milder. r Mrs. Glenn Seger and Ann spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Clarence Armintrout. Ruth Danny, a student al Ames, came Thursday to spend the weekend with Ann Seger. The girls were roommates at ISU .last year. •.-. , " Kim Deal spent from Thursday night until Monday at home for the Easter vacation from Gladbrook where he teaches music in the school. Mr*. Jceob Cheung, na« Marilyn Dreesman, arrived Tuesday night by plane from Strasbourg, Prance for three weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman, ,,.,,. Mr. and Mrs. Jody Cutler, Ames, are parents of a daughter born March 31. She is Christen Ann who weighed 7 Ibs. 3 oz. Their other child, Tracy, 2%, spent the week here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Cutler. '<',:, Pat Kenyon and Jana ,Faber spent the Easter weekend from Thursday evening with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon and Mr. and Mrs. Les Faber. Both attend Mankato State college. Mary Miller returned Sunday (yesterday) to Des Moines where she attends Drake University! She has been student teach ing 4th graders in the Samuel son school 'half days since Feb- rqary. Mary had visited with the H. W. Millers, her parents since April 1. •• Mr. and Mr*. Vinca Mayer and three children, Waukee, spent Easter Sunday and Mpn* day (today) with the Russ Bu- chanans. The women are sisters. A3C Richard Drayar toff Tuesday by plane for Langlcy Air Force Base in Virginia. He had spent two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer. . Jackia Kinden returned to SUI at Iowa Sunday evening after nine days Easter vacation which she spent with her parents, the O. B. Kindens. Mr. and Mrs. DaWaln DaRoo* spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents in Sheldon and Hospers. : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk returned from the winter in Is- lamorda, Fla. Wednesday evening. The weekend before they left, their son Joe Hoenk, visited them. He is making his home in Lakeland, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ola Frondahl returned .Thursday • * afternoon from Riverside, Calif, where they had visited six weeks with her nephew, Howard Carlson. , Sunday guests at th* , John ftssners were Dean Anderson, Minneapolis/Minn., and the sons and their families: Richard of Hills, Jerry of Burt, and Tom of Algona. H •?:'.. \ '.; •• The Torn Kissnars are parents of a son; -Terry 1 ,' born April 5 at the Britt- hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pat Me Guire, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner. Th* Mike O'Brien family of Cedar Falls spent the weekend with Mrs! O'Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller at St. Benedict. Other Sunday guests were •the-'-.'Mike Sellers, Mrs. Queen of De Malay CMtributiMS i J r V^ , to latter Seil$ still the Seventh Hid In the W«»V Piclflc. QUEEN OF DE MOLAY, Ann Bohannon, received a jewelry box from Wayne Christensen Who is Master Counselor of Algona De Molay chapter. She was chosen at their Country Club dance Saturday, April 2. Other candidates were Sally Bay, Sue Moulton, and Kitty Hardgrove. .Queen Ann represented Algona at the District Conclave in Fort Dodge Saturday in the Masonic Temple. Wayne Christiansen was a candidate from the Algona Chapter for a District Office. About 14 members from Algona attended the Conclave. Photo by Mike Stillman. Mary Sailer, Mrs. Ann Bleich, and David Setter. Craig Mawdsley, son of Mr. and Mrs; Richard Mawdsley, returned home Tuesday afternoon after tonsillectomy surgery at Lutheran hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Walter Winkleman, Buffalo Center, stayed with the other Mawdsley children a few days. • • ;•••'•• -.-'•--,— > • "••••• , • The Lewis praters, Minna* apous, were weekend-^guests of relatives < in Algona, Mason City, and S£ Benedict. / : Friends and relatives of the Roy Sarohets gave them a house warming at their new home in Algona on Sunday. ; , Mrs. Mildred Fraser accompanied her son, the Lewis Frasers, Minneapolis; to Mason City, Saturday, guests of the Bernard MilliBrs. Mrs. Miller is Mrs. Fraser's daughter. thai Scott Moores, Ames, ca- me'to Algona Thursday to visit relatives and to bring Mrs. Moore's brother-in-law, Art Spear, who had been visiting a brother in,Arkansas. A cousin, Clarence Fraser, then took Mr. Spear to his! home at Sherburn, Minn. The; Moores returned to Ames Sunday- Mrs. L. R. Potter spent part of last week with her daughter, the Don McDonoughs, Shalfer. Dr. Potter drove down Thursday; and they came home Friday. The O. L. Johnsons and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Swea City, visited Mrs. Elmer Potter one day last week. Mrs. Verle Patterson had several women as guests Thursday for. the birthday of Mrs. Margaret Kent. ••,;.'/-.>,.• Thai Ray. Miners, Humboldt, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elmer Potter. Nine Lakota teachers will not be back Lakota The 1966-67 school year at Lakota will bring a big change in membsrs. the school faculty Out of this, year's 22 employees, nine have resigned and will leave to teach at other schools. Those who will be leaving after the' school 'term is compjetec this summer will' be: Vincent Archer who was the principa and taught government will be going to Newell to be a princi pal; Loren Appenzeller who had the industrial arts and geometry classes will teach at Garner; :Ro bert King who was the band and vocal teacher; Delbert Ridtie: who taught American histor; and also world history; Sallj Swansori who had the genera math and algebra classes; Win ston Norby who was the English nstructor. :• Jake Wagenaar, the sixth grade teacher, will teach at lartley; Helen Nelson who ha? aught third grade resigned to lo half time work; and Diane Brockway who had signed for only the remainder of this school year will be getting married anc noving to Texas. Mrs. Margaret Govern is pending, depending on the high school vocal posi tion. Those remaining for next year are John W. Cook, superih tendent; Harriet Kiewietz, com mercial; Beulah Budlong, home economics and biology teacher Oriole Christiansen, librarian Ronald Breuer, boy's coach, phy sical education and • geography .nstructor; John Souter, chemis try and earth science; Don Pel ; erson, girls coach, physical edu cation, and junior high teacher Ulah Keil, junior high; Yvonne Breuer will teach fifth grade; blarice Schleuger. fourth grade; FaitH Cook, remedial reading; Lois Orvick, second grade; Nellie Crandall. first grade; and Gladys Winter will remain. • Blaster - Seals are very much in season. Mrs. Russell Patterson, chairman of the Kossuth Chapter of the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults, says contributions are still need' ed. If the envelope is lost mail your money to either Selina Clifton, treasurer, Burt, or to Mrs. Russell Patterson, Burt. Mention the town or township so that your contribution is ere dited to that unit. Shortly after Easter an announcement will be made about the amount contributed. In the past this money has been used to help provide equipment such as wheel chairs, braces, and special bed equipment for people in Kossuth who are either temporarily or permanently crippled. Mrs. Patterson asks anyone needing the help of the organization not to hesitate to contact Joyce Hayden, county health nurse, or Mrs. Patterson. e'eeeeeeeeeeeeo'eeeeoeeee* SERVICEMEN eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* VISITS FORMOSA USS Oklahoma City (CLG-5; FHTNC) March 23 — Electric! an's Mate' Fireman Delbert D Fphnson, USN, son of Mr .anc Mrs. Sidney D. Johnson, Algona: visited Keelung, Taiwan (Forme sa) recently while serving aboan he guided missile light cruise. USS Oklahoma City, flagship of PAIUCHUTIOUADUATI Port •Mifliftf, ft. - Army Pvt Oilier T.ftichfo W..f°n of Witter Rich and the lite Mrs, Rich, Algona, completed the w* Shtty AtMA'J thWweek air^ borne course he/6, March 26. 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CLEARANCE BEGINS MONDAY APRIL 11th - READ THIS MESSAGE- Many reasons why this year you get the best bargains .. . Easter was a week earlier this year and consequently we have more Spring styles left... The warm weather in February and March left us with many styles ... We bought too much. SAVE ON QUALITY LADIES COATS, DRESSES, AND SUITS WHILE THE SELECTION IS COMPLETE! COATS There are more coals than aw bafora.., wool coats, laniaalad coals, raincoats, short coals, aid plaid coals... everything you want. All priced separately, SAVE FROM "3 to *25 on each coat! DRESSES In every size -10 lo 20 ~ 121/2 tc 241/a ~ T to 15 ~ 3 to 13 Polite. There are dresses in every fabric - every style and al every price.,, you SAVE FROM '3 to *25 on each dress! SUITS : ' ; Suits in wool, linen, and synthetic fabrics,,, sizes 8 to 18,,, Syils with short jackets, lent jackets, long coals, and walking styles <.« SAVE FROM'3 to '25 on each suit! 10 A.M. • 5 P.M. SUNDAY ALGONA FAIR GROUNDS 30,000 SQ. 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