Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 12
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((•*•) ADVANCE THUHIDAY, APRIL 14. t*4 Birteouple are advisors in flfti«s at West tend list " " Burt — The H. E. Rachuts Jr. will leave Burt next week. They have a contract with, the government in Educational Service inc., a training program for the: Peace Corps, as advisors for the Ethiopian area. They will locate in Cambridge, Mass., where he will attend Kadcliff college. They will visit her parents, the Linton Ames, at Lancaster, O., on their way. GOING TO NIGERIA The Jack McMullens, Northwood, spent the weekend with relatives here and returned home Sunday when they learned that Jerry McMullen 'was there. He had attended orientation in New York City and came by jet plane to Des Moihet, and by train to Northwood. He will go to Western Nigeria June 24, one of 30 leaders in the Cross- readers project for nine weeks. The Howard McMullens went to Northwood Sunday and were guests at Jack MeMullen's. Jerry returned with them to Burt for a few days. He has not been : home for two years. They will take him to Minneapolis Thursday when he returns by, - jet plane to Cold Lake; r Alberta, Canada, where he has been teaching in high school two years. •• ', ' ' •" '•';.'•- •'. " i The Lawrence Doeges were guests Easter at the Walter Adams home in Algona. Guests at Bruce Cranston's Monday were Mrs, DoTcas Cuthbert and Mary Lynn and Nancy of Vinton. The Cecil Andersons, Elmore, were guests Easter at F. C. Sc- derberg's. , i The Jerry Gubbels and Lisa, Des Moines, visited over the weekend at Alvin Baumgard's. Guests Monday at George Becker's were cousins they had not seen for 10 years, the Clarence Caylers, Minneapolis; Mrs. Elsie Bonnickson, Mrs. Cevilla Crumley, Sacramento, Calif.; and Mrs. Anna Caylor, Bancroft. Guests for a late pot luck afternoon lunch Easter at Martin Becker's home were -Ethyl :Haih, Algona, the Thees Schnaken- bergs, LuVerrie, Ronald TraUg- er and Darrell Trauger, the Frank Beckers, George Beckers, Mrs. Harflii i* Mrs. B. B Millet's turn. duests Easter at Ray Drem- tnel's were the Leonard Sten- lets, Bert Baldwins and Duane Ditttners. , the Raymond Browns, ftehv sen, Minn., visited last weekend at Ben Bahlittg's. They were en- route home from a visit in Texas. Mrs. Brown is the former Hattie Bahltng. Weekend guests of Mrs. Bertha Elvidge were the Ronald M- vidge*, Colesburg. All were supper guests Saturday at F. L. Pratt's. Easier guests at Gladys Hawcott's were Lulu Hawcott, Sell- na Clifton, Etta Holdren and the Wallace Hawcotts and Kenneth. Beulah Dundas received word her sister Zelma, Mrs. Jay Allen; was in St. Joseph's hospital in Chicago with serious back trouble following major surgery last year. Mrs. Martin Griese, Beulah Dundas and Mrs. Jake Gifford visited Mrs. Mary Dundas at the Turner Rest Home in Armstrong Saturday. She is 89. Bill Hamilton returned Tuesday to Fort Worth, Texas, where he is a sophomore at Texas Wesleyan college and stays at . and Li Vet U, Webster City, the VH dene We*tlings and Vern Shiplew. Guests over the weekend at Wm. Butt's felts, Mft. Alt mto iMftcAdfi, were the Harold and the Dwight Harold Beckers Mawdsleys Jr. Mrs. B. E, Miller and the Bernard Millers attended the 50th wedding of the Herman D. Ha his sister, Roberta's, Mrs. N. C Rios. Guests Saturday at«Bob Ham ilton's were the Maurice Cof fins, Milwaukee. They also visited her folks, the Epco Winters, Buffalo Center. i The J. P. Stevens, Mrs. Burnadine Opheim, Dawn and Johnny, will go to South Bend, Ind. Wednesday for the wedding of Jean Steven. The Ronald Jergens family spent Easter with her parents, the Art Codys, Cylinder, at a family gathering. Guests Easter at Howard Salisbury's were the Milton Salis- burys, Forest City, and the Merlin Madsens. The Howard Salisburys went to Mason City Tuesday to consult Dr. Dixon, eye specialist. A birthday Easter dinner was held at Mrs. Jacob Gifford's and Susan Schmidt. Guests were the James Schmidts, West Bend, Bernard Giffords, Charles Grubbs and Beulah Dundas. A birthday supper at Martin Griese's Tuesday was for birthdays of Su Ann Schaff, 7, and Beulah Dundas. Steven Schaff, 8, who was in St. Ann hospital with pneumonia, was released Thursday. The Merle Schaffs left for home Monday stopping at Larchwood to visit his folks. Guests Easter of Ella Sigsbee and; Howard were the Sieb Behrends and Lottie Isenberger. and Roscoe Guests Saturday were the Gordon Sigsbees. The Ed Fredricksons spent Potters, Emmetsburg. Guests Easter of Gertie Moore were the Andy Phillips fami- y, So. Sioux City, Neb., and the Lu Z«ch8, Wayne, Neb. Guests Saturday of Jessie Rash were the John Rashes, Al gona. ; Guests Friday at Myrtle Zwiefel's were the Dale Bixlers, Willmette, 111., the Brian Zwiefels, and Jake Smiths and Patricia. The Dale Bixlers, Willtnette, til., came Thursday for their Easter vacation at the parental Jake Smith's. They left Sunday on jet plane from Mason City. Patricia Zwiefel was home from Junior college, Emmetsburg Thursday to Sunday. Guests Saturday were Robert Wilson, Emmetsburg, Ronald Ken ne, Whittemore, and Judy Hel geson* Emmetsburg. Gwyneth Teeter, Mason City, spent the Easter vacation at home. The Paul Danas, Ames, and Patricia, Des Moines, spent the Easter weekend at Merle Schwietert's. The Danas returned Sunday and Patricia went back Tuesday. Guests Friday to Monday of Mrs., Art Leason were Mrs. Harold Nelson, Jessup, and Mrs. Ada Sewick, Waterloo, her cousins. Harry Sewick, Iretori, spe nt the weekend also at the Lea son home. Lura Sewick, -Forest the former Mary Jean Raefaut Mrs. B. E. Miller, MM. Aftft Reiitiers,, the Bernard Millet*, aftd the Harold Reimeri, Humboldt, spent EWtet at Roffcld Miller's ill Algona. ^ . ,'< , '• " Vote to bury telephone lines at Lone Reek Lont Reck — A special meet* ing was held April 5 of the Lone Rock Co-op. Telephone Co. to discuss and vote on burying all lines with cable for one party service in the country. A vote of 55 to 11 was cast to conduct a survey to estimate the cost. .""; ^ ' •' '.7. '. SUNRISE SERVICE Easter Sunrise servitte was held at the Presbyterian church with the young people sponsoring. Those taking part were Jill Blanchardi, Susan Blancfr ard, Linda Knoll, Mary Lee Madison and Michael Lee. Gary Rath sang a solo and Kermit Krueger delivered the message Ushers were Carol Jones, Ann Fortney, and Dianne Person. Her Albert Bullock's were Uteir efcUdrwi Eiteti who teach* m at Cortiftf, Lester, student M Bueha VlMa, and his friend Saftdr* GntU, Dexter, ind i student at Cedar Falls, and Mrs, JtVi Ludwitf and daughter Me- City, came Thursday for~the Saster vacation and Roberta Kraft, Forest City, called Sunday and they .'returned to Forest City. The Perry Grosses, Le- Land, were callers Sunday. The Perm Sewicks and Mrs. C. M. Gross were guests Sunday. The J. L. Millers spent last week at Clark Miller's, Titonka, while they were in Iowa City. Clark had been, having dizzy spells caused by an ear infecr tion. The J. L. Millers spent Easter in Frediicksburg at her sister, the Owen .Hopkins. The Harold Berns, Cedar Rapids, visited in Burt during Blaster vacation. Mrs. Bern is inda, Lincoln, Neb. The John Cottons, spencer, were Easter gueaU Cotton's. Easter guests at at Willii Tena Jeii- »en's were the Russell Jensens, ftto Jensen, the Roy Jensens, Orville Deardorfs, Yale, and James Jensens, Albert Lea, Minh. The Gordon Ohms, Avocm, were Friday and Saturday guests of his pireftte, the Edw Ohms. Martin Schmidt was i Friday evening guest. The Wendell Steven*, Liur- ens, arid Mrs, Maude Blanchard were Easter guests of the Don Bianchards, Guests Sunday at Jim Marlow's were Dell Marlow and the Bob Marlows. The Gordon Blanchards, Mason aty, were Wednesday guests of his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, with the Jess Blan- ehards, Don Bknchards and Harlan Blanchards evening cal lers. it • Wtttie* INT CVUB1II, UIC » steads, Sioux Falls. The MaAfthurs were Monday guests of Otto Richter, ' , ti . Mrs, fittest McCheftiey, Van Nays, Calif., came Wednesday to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Pettit. ••.•>J-..,'.;-V,v':' ; ^...v^'V-r- ON OIAN'S LIST Anwt — Students on the Dean's List for high scholarship during the winter quarter at Iowa State University arerAlgp. — - _ na — Jean Christensen, daugn. »BHVtce AT 1H6 ie? of Mr * . ChriMensen; , 'LlftM of Mr, and Mrs, Wayne ^ ghter of^Mf, and Mrs Irien; Coriwih^T dersan, soft ot Mr. . ane Anderson; Swea City, Rod ney J, toith, son of Mr. and Mrs, Gifford P, Smith; Titonka, Mark E Boyken, sort of Mr, and Mrs; Edward Boyken, and Kath« leen Eden, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Erwin H. Eden; Whittemore, Earl H. Maahs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Maahs. DONATIONS MADE The Auxiliary held a joint} meeting with the Legion. A check of $35.03 was sent for clothing for an assigned child in Des Moines, and $40 was sent to the Iowa department for the girl being sent to .Girl's State. A farewell gift spoon was given Mrs. Dale Wegener who has moved to Swea City. The last card party of the season will be held April* 14 at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. The Andrew Thomsons returned April 6 after, spending from Jan. 26 to April 6 in Phoenix. Enroute they spent two days with the Kenneth Thorn- sens at Creston. '......',,. . Easter guests at A. A. Krueger's were Kermit Krueger, St. PaUl, and the Melvin Meyers, Swea City. The Arnold Meyers were afternoon callers. Easter weekend; guests at 1961 4-door GaUxie, Cruise-a-ma- tic, radio, light green with matching green trim, fine family eer, , TAYLOR MOTOR 00. FORD A MERCURY SALES A SERVICE Easter in Rockwell at Jim Fredrickson's. Guests Easter of Mrs. O. A. Campney were the Walter Campneys, Fred Dayises and John Buschers, Billings, Mont. In the afternoon the 57th wedding of the O. A. Campneys was observed. Guests were the Dick Campneys, Art Campneys, Arnolds Park, Garry Da vises, Le Roy Dayises, Darrell Da vises and Harold Campneys, Arnolds Park. Guests at Walter Steward's i Easter weekend were Karen Steward and Timothy am I Sheila Chase, Iowa City, and the Ray Millers, Estherville Monday guests were Perry Ste ward, Mpntezuma, and Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg. • Rachel Gildner, Mason City 'brought her father, Dr. J. G Clapsaddle, back to Burt Mon day. He had spent the Easter weekend in Mason City. Guests Easter at A. C, Hinc kley's were the James Brehms Sioux City, Don Thomsens, lows City, and Larry Hinckleys, At lantic. Guests Easter at Raymon Holfl Pyckcn.en Mlnntapolii, Minn. FlfOJt tend nit color brochurt 7hing» to d.9 pnd let in Minneapolis NAME Childrm Uflillir 14 International Favorites! All day comfort in 6 ' - . Answer Originals Aniw«r-deb long-tea pant!* . . . 19" of waiiMO'thigfi control. Inner V-shaped band* flatten tummy, . ,, back panel trims derriere. 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