Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 10
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. . ^ * f * ,. T . , v f • -Mr-" 4 ' -\\ AT M _ „ „ - .^ i fc Jh. .^vjk Jfc A^k J •t APRIL IB-10-17 the North Iowa • JUMNA FAIR GROUMMj ARMORY t* ft flf IhM S** - J8 EiMMhrs M (1 f ' ' r "» 4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 14. 1966 Party goes on but hostess has to leave Irvington — An interesting birthday party for Mrs. Margaret Kent was held at Mrs. Verl Patterson's, March 31. Guests besides Mrs. Kent were Leona jSabin, Doris Miller, Mrs. John Jennings, Lois Larson, Mrs, Neil Potter, and Virginia Rogert. Shortly after the guests arrived, Mrs. Patterson had to leave for St. Ann hospital, where the daughter, Mrs. Ronald Waldera, had a son. The guests continued on with the party even baking cinnamon rolls which Mrs. Patterson had made but had been unable to bake because the electricity had been off. The rest of the lunch had been prepared and was ready to serve. The party had been scheduled for an earlier, date but was postponed because of the big storm. In speaking of it afterwards, — SEE THE — "* *• i V * . ,' Chevrolet • •* f j i ' Camper "Pickups at the Sportarama! Mrs. Patterson tsatd "It quite a day." SPECIAL SERVICE . The Lord's Supper wa« observed Thursday at a .candlelight service at the Irvington church. Thirteen, joined the church,, Mr. and Mrs. Merle; Chamberlain, and Mrs. Margaret Kent, Jiad their sons Paul David and Richard Ward baptized. A special number was sung by the choir prior to the communion service. The services^were conducted by pastor Keith Strayer and the Rev. Ralph Hindman. MORNING SERVICE Eight a.m, Easter services Were held at the Irvihgton church Sunday. Pastor Keith Strayer preached.? The primary department - sang, an Easter son{ and the. choir sang two special numbers. Following the services the Youth ipellowship served coffee, hot chocolate, ai\d rolls in the.dining room. at , Among .students; home lor faster were James, Rode, from tankato State College, and Vfark Schroeder, Iowa Barber College, DM M(Hn«. JARTtHS .'."'" -- '.-.•• '• ' '.' • i. • T A Chevy %-ton pickup •quipped especially for us* with the camper body of your choicer That's a Chevrolet Custom Camper! It comes with all the right equipment for carrying the load, extra comfort and safety plus Custom Appearance features. There's^ a Ch«vy-Cu»tom^Camp«r.«<puipped Fleet- side (above) or Steptide pickup and a chassis-cab model for • permanently mounted body.; You don't have to know all about "trucks" to get a camper that's outfitted right. Come in and say "Chevrolet Custom Camper." Suzanne Dudley, student Westmar. college;, Le Mars.. turned to school this Tuesday after a week with her parents the Clyde Dudley?. .The Dudleyi and Suzanne spent the Eastei weekend with the Corliss Dud leys, Lohrvrille, and Mrs. Stella De Sart ^ind other relatives at Lake City. . : 4 4 Wayne Patterson, student at Junior College, .Mason City, spent the Easter holiday with his parents, the Verl Pattersons. Mrs. Oliver Knudsen, Irvington, had a visit from an old classmate, Mrs. Martha (Stussey) Goicoechea, Reno, Nev., last week Monday and Tuesday. : The Oliver Knudsens were visited - last .Thursday, by Mrs. Knudsen's . cousinv Floyd Methfessel, Hampton. He and his wife have been., doing missionary work in Europe and; 'Africa: 11 Tommy Wolfe 'and family, of Algona, were .guests ,i Saturday night at the Knudsen home. Mrs. Marguerite^ Hayes, .Irv ington, had as ErfBter weekend guests the John Hayeses, Janet and Susan, Cedar Rapids, The B. O. .Davises, Irvington, were guests Easter of their daughter, the Dick Fellins, of Emmetsburg, Mrs. Gerald Frankl. Mrs. Marguerite Hayes and Mrs: Marie Frankl attended the funeral of Mrs. Alma Mulligan at Bancroft onday morning. Visitors with Mrs. Florence Colwell and Claude Fowler Easter were the Harold Colwells, Algona, and Charles Colwells, St. Benedict. Easter guests of the Bernard Capesiuses were their daughter, the Charles Colwells, St. Bener diet. Visitors at Robert Selling's Easter were the son, the Dewey Skillings, Algona. Francis Froehlich, who ha! been in Methodist hospital at Rochester, sintit March .;; 22nd was relied S|iturday and will be at 'hb^je fpr a 'W*ek, n , M -. - - ''YOURlCHEy^E^fbiEWlliliil Sales A Service Kains, Algona, Joe Divise* and Jim Gattons. The couples have a neighborhood card club and ftcludirig the Siemers there were three tables of 800. Mrs. Ronald Waldera and son Etobert Lee, returned to thfe Verl Pattersons from St. Ann wspttal, last Week Tuesday. Robert Lee,; 6 Ibs. 14% o*., was born March 31st. Mrs. Waldera and son will make their hoihfe with the Pattersons until Ronald is out of the service. Ronald, after a leave here, returned to Camp Pendelton, Calif., Feb. 20, and March 18 left for duty on Okinawa. - ' Mrs. Wm. Burbank, Cedar Falls, was ;an all-day visitor April 7 at Robert Black's. Mrs. Burbank is the former Gladys Pres> cott, formerly a physical education teacher in the Algona schools. ;••••...! , ', -.: •'. i . f :.^-': The Allen Darbys were Easter weekend guests of the Jerry Quebes, Iowa City. Mrs. Quebe is the former Mary Lee ;Darby , The Kenneth Roneys, :•',.; Mrs Hazel Sabiri, and her sister and guest. Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, Des Moines, visited the August Robi sons; Swea City, last week Wed nesday. Mrs: Schulz returned to Des Moines Friday. '••'<••••.The Harold Sabiris were Eas ter guests of the Geo. Pertls,' Armstrong. Other guests were the Roy Bensens, Ringsted. • Mrs. Phyllis Struthers • is the winner of the dishwasher, re^ cently given by Ron and Jack's, Algona. Mrs. Wayne Byerly, who had been visiting her sister, the Lawrence Millers, left Friday with Kathy Miller, for Ames, Where: they, visited the Victor Applegates and then went to visit in the Waterloo area. Sunday the Lawrence .Millers' went to Evansdale for a family -dinner at Garryl Swartz's , and brought Kathy home. • '+*' Mrs. Margaret Kent and family and Clarence Canaday and family were guests of the Lawrence Millers for coffeej follow- ing'Communion services! ;••: ••-., Attending an 3 Easter Jit ainnir Sunday at Virgil Jenning's Wo> me, LuVerne; were the John Jennings, Sexton, Willard Greg- sons, Merle, Teeters,, and Mrs. Margaret Kent and, family, Algona, the Marvin Lobacks, Britt, Jteve Canadays, Burt, and the Clarence Canadays. ' : . Easter guests at Charles Reaper's were the Albert Harms family, Algona, Dean Culbertsons, Lone Rock. Easter supper guests were the Leonard Hansens, Irvington, Donald Hansens, Algona. Mrs. Durwood Walker and son Kevin .were visitors in the afternoon. owing • Mrs cal patient »t Mason City, tobver 14 t turgi- Mercy, hxapitfi, . eran church will hold » Mission Spring miftulry duty in the navy. He to at the Great Lakes NaVal Training center, Illinois. : The Gene Botligs have their third ion, 8 lb. 12 oz., both L Friday, morning at the ital at Estherville. They also have twin girls, Becky, /and Bonnie, tndjthree other daughters. Mrs. Clara Bolllg, Bart- croft, to the paternal grandmother. The Henry Loofts were Easter guests of the former's,moth* er, Mrs. Bertha jPommer, Algona. Other guests were the Dr. J.J.L. Hendricksens, Ames, and (Jerrit De Waards, Wesley. 'The George Owens Jr., Des Moines, visited the tetter's parents, the \terl Smiths, over the Easter weekend. > Other guestis in* •IM»-IIWI% W* tofAtjMcjti?! iy Leita PheltM ahd ' Marian ' Spear'each reeved f MtgW gift from their, Secret Sister. The next meeting will bfe held Tuesday afternoon, May 3. There will be a plant and bulb exchange. t Earl Powell of Grand Rapids, Mich., passed away from a heart attack, Wednesday >ight. Mr. Powell is a cmisiii of Harold Andreasen. Mrs. Bessie Perty of Algona was killed, in a 'car mishap Thursday afternoon. Mrs. and other items for. the capped worker*) at' Goodwill Industries. Do not include n«Ws- >apers and, magazine* M.they will not be picked up, On Saturday, April 23, the Boy Scttlts will 1 start collecting the tap at p.m. group consists-of : young people who have traveled; in, ScandanA- vian countries peaking and Si^- gihg in;youth ownps, Bible GBP ips; colleges, '*igli; school and Saturday were the. ,. „ ...... ents, the. Wm. Hansens, Ringsted, and Dennis Greene, formerly of Renwick : Gene -Bollig and children were Easter guests of a sister the Henry Irrniters, Armstrong. Also nre«enti were the Jerry Irmi They were EaS- s other group meeting places. The services! at the' Blakjer church will begin at-lVairt. There will i • ••• ''f'' '' ' . er Sunday breakfast guests of Mr*. Clara* BoUig, 'Bancroft. be at potrluck XdiiiiflierVaii flub ;church' at viaoott Aaiid ,m , after- theran churcli; at Ringsted for a Fellowship> supper sit 5:30 for the youth oft ;St P^Ol'sV St. John's and thi? Pr>sbyterian churches of 'Ringsted. At seven o'clock there "will! bfe , ah eve- niriig program.for the youth, led by the. Gospel Tea'ih. .The Alex Rubianos, Romftey, West Va., ispenfc'th(e.:R»ster '.vt cation" mth her T in6th0r, Mrs. Nina Kracht- Joining f.ttiem Friday.-'for thi fe a (son, D^ Tyloihe-., _,,.-..._ , r , r ., ther, Mrs:: Kaih v i^"Upo£ge, Al •••••--•'•"- > a w e ®k e ncl giiest Mrs., Jay J^WidteJer::iand son r -' : "••"-'-' ! ••speWt;.U»fe-:'.- 1 ;Easter Taylor?? Kracl\t's irio- " Phone 295-3554 'ty , Mrs. Mary Schretdcr ter April ment. '-'- ••••••• • -- v * ••- • Guests at Clarence Siemers April 3 were the Henry Eisen* Ibarths, Bernard Capesiuses, Ed See Our Exhibit At The 1966 Sportinmi! FEATURING; GAMP STOVES LAHTEBNS TOP CARRIERS SLEEPIW MQS DAMP STOOLS OOAST KING BICYCLES RODS I REELS LURES I FUES TACKLE BOXES HIP BOOTS ICE CHESTS WATER SKIS The choir of Ramsey Reform e<i church gave the cantata Hallelujah What a Saviour, Eas> ter Sunday evening. Mrs. John Janssen -is leader of the choir and Rev, John Janssen was nar rator for this service. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Martha Boyken have returned after two month's va cation in Brownsville, Texas. Ernest Peterson returned las Thursday, after being at Merc hospital for several days foi Sharon Klein and a fj4end, iv Sharon Gourly, Zealand; both of Ames, . college New speri her , the; Easter Weekend with parents, ? the Roy Kleins. 7The>Henry J Wilbergs went to Minneapolis Saturday to visi their son; Verrion, and with Jane Streucker. Vernon, station ed at Forbes AFR, Topeka, Kan sas, flew to Mirineapoh's tha morning. 'The Wilbergs return ed Saturday. Thfr Robert Jacobsons visitet the parental purtis Olsens ovei the Easter weekend. The David Loofts had a family dinner Easter Sunday. Guests included the Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn.; Milford Hoppes, • QIU 1 M. »•*•* p*****^ ••— -"—— - 'erry 'was also a relative of Hr. Andreasen. Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs Robert Lovstad and, Mrs. Eliza beth Kennedy attended the 1 o'clock breakfast arid Splntua Bazaar, of the Burt Methodist church, Wednesday mornirig. Daryl Sparks left Britt Thursday morning, taking his grand mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond,, ; tt Casper) Wyoming, where-: thej will visit Mrs. Dimond's daugh ter and family, the Howan Dawsons. Daryl will return Monday while Mrs. Dimon planned to remain for a couple of weeksj returning by train. GOOD TURN BAGS The Cub Scouts will distribute "Good Turn Day Bags" to all homes in Algona on Saturday, April 16. Local residents are urged to fill them with clothing Monterey 4-dbor, Mtrcprtatle, radio/ Powtr • Storing and. Brak«>, solid blu« color, (pel- ItM, nict family car. . TAYLOR MOTOR CO, FORD & MERCURY Madelia, Minn.; Ceylon, Minn.; pes, St. James, Robert Thates, Freeman Hop- Minn., and the wee^hd;.withiiieir: parents, .ihe Fred r JohannesiSfi^t' rx " '" 7>" ' The Wayn^ ;Ljrhches t ; Roller jrtheys, arid "Mr». Nirti: Krafeht ttended ^ fartwelli party for »jois .BuscH JThiirs^y • at the Extension^ :iriietirig^ ; room at. Al- ;ona. She b^ beien hoine ecbn- imist in KossuUi a year. She will be married to Roger Stauf-^ ^rd;;Mar^ialttown, April 18. ! The Melvin Madsens recently returned after tiyo weeks visit- mg7their daughter; the Jerry Blisses at Great Bend, Kan. The VW 'Westbhs ;had i sts; Palm S\in^y.,for their son, Larry's' bonfinnation'. at' we Armstrong P|^byteriiin church. 'Present were th6 - grandpar ents, the Earl Presitbns, the Leo Crowleys, Edilh and Myrtle Mo- Under, Swe*! City; the Dave rtins, New Prague, Minn, and Joe Crowley. / The Herbert Krauses and Art Krauses, Fenton, and! the Otis Englands, Ringsted, spent Palm Sunday at Cedar Falls, gueste of the Herbert Krausei Jr. Thfey attended the confirmation for s. MarUyn Krguse at the Redeemer Lutheran church. The Melvin Bratruds had their children Palm Sunday, including the Gaylord Olsens, Ring sted, Rodney Olsons, Fairmont, Allan Bratruds, Jacloon, Minn and the Dave Macombws, Ring Henry LooftsJ The Dr. Donald Baldwins, Des Moines, spent the Easter weekend with 'his parents, the r Oeoil BaldwiM;,, r* \ i ,T - ' , '*'**•' *• guests at Dr. Arrhstrong. A. Plath's, James Bergum left April • TRANSISTOR RADIOS ^dPJB^^IIlM^r Hi R»^^ HHl Hl^lll^^Hiii Mrs. Victor Fitch The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday after noon, April 5, in the home of Agnes Stewart. The meeting was called to order by our chairman Wyoni Harms. Roll Gall was, anything pertaining to April or Spring. Those attending were Viva Ringsdlorf Flossie Bartlett, Wyona Harms Janice Moore, Leita Phelps, Ha zel Carroll, Emily Larsen, Vel ma Nelson, Lonie Van Hove Agnes Stewart and Vera Fitch •••- i ' - ;'i "..;•'(; ' . ' ;„, vi " . 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