Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
Page 13
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Norknontoar down landmark at Livermore Livermore — Workmen have been busy tearing down the store building on the corner on the north which side of Main street was partially destroyed by fire last summer. It waa one of the oldest buildings along the street and at one time, was a restuarant with Uv- Alqona Ktmuth THURSDAY, APRIL 14,1946 - ALGONA, IOWA on the ground back, later there ing quarters floor in the was a butcher shop and grocery store and at the time of the fire was a feed store. The building is owned by Mrs. Maude Wilson whose husband at one time had the butcher shop there. HAMMS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hamm have returned after ; spending the past three months at Men, Ariz. The first of February they were called to Florida by the serious condition of Mr. Hamm's sister who had been hurt in a car accident. She is still confined to the hospital but progressing satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hamm of Yakima, Ore. flew to Arizona and spent several days with his parents, while they were at Mesa. Mr. and Mrs. Hamm took their house trailer along for the trip. SAWYER SON A boy, Jarod, weight 9 IDS. 4 oz., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sawyer at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge, April 3. This makes three boys arid two girls in the family. Mrs. Helen Kozajda cared for the family at the Sawyer home while Mrs. Saw' yer was in the hospital. SPRAINS ANKLE Joan McKibben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKibben, first grader, fell on her way home from school one day last week and sprained her ankle quite badly. There were also severe abrasions on her leg. She was kept at home for a few days. Ufermore girl's ^MMWHMH |n VlllVIVH Llvtrmore — The husband of a former Livermore girl was recently honored with the oak leaf clusters. He was Air Force Major Robert D. Reaves, husband of the former Mary Anne Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott. Major Reaves was selected for promotion six weeks ago and his promotion took place during a recent "Press Day" marking the divis ion's third anniversary. Mn. Llxile Klauia and Mrs Anna Krause of Renwick were evening visitors one evening last week in the home of Mr and Mrs. diet Ogan. Mrs. Mareia Berryhill spent Sunday in the Clare Berryhill home in Vincent. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Opheim of Northwood and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Opheim and family of Clear Lake. Glna and Bob Collins, sen nd daughter of the Francis Collins family, had their tonsils emoved at St. Ann hospital in Algona one day last week. Mrs. Myrtle Stilti attended he funeral services of her cousin, Mrs. Lora Raney at Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Melkmus enter- ataed the 500 club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Sharp and Mrs. Louise Gronbach. The Ladies Aid of the Lutheran church met at the Fellowship Hall Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Daryl Frederick and Mrs. Raymond Graaf as hostesses. Mrs. Graaf conducted the Business meeting and plans were discussed for the Mission Pair which, is to be held at Garner in June. The Livermore booth will have displays from Japan. Mrs. Adolph Koester home near Ft. Dodge/ brother of Mrs. Joiner, Visitors In the Luther lutler home since last week are Mr. and Mrs. Ebde Henderson of Farmer City, Kans. The two ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs, DenaM Heifer, Don Jr., Barbara and Undt of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heiter and Debbie of Council Bluffs were all dinner guests in Chose present were Mr. ind Mrs. Roy Brown and Bobby, Mr, •ltd Mrs. Harold Grotibach and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Leftoy Gronbach, Don and Terri, Mr. and Mrs. Don Christiansen of Bode, Mr. and Mrs, Rich' ard Cran and family and Mr, and Mrs. Allan Sinclair and two girls. , • . . Mr*. Leonard Rosentu has been assisting in the care of Mr. McKenna in the Tom Me Kenna home. , Weekend visitors in the home if Mr. and Mrs. Luther Butler tvas their son and family, Mr. md Mrs. James Butler of Washington, Iowa and Saturday Three schools in corrective PVT. FRANCIS COLLINS Livormore — Private Francis G, Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. the home of their mother, Mrs. Lela Heiter on Sunday, Ron Heiter who spent the past week I with his grandmother returned ihome with his parents, the Don Heiters. Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski and sen David of Omaha spent from Thursday until Monday in the home of her parents, the Rich ard Ferstls. •••"'• Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sehulti and Denny spent Easter' with their son and wife and grand- Francis Collins is now stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. He entered the army last Fall and took his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and then had a four- week training course at Fort Gordon, Ga., before going to Fort Bliss. His address is Private Francis G. Collins, US 55 838 069, Co. C, 40th Sig. Bn., Fort Bliss, Texas. He is in the Signal Corp. ' son, the Gary Schultz's at Hudson. After attending church servi ces with their mother Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Howan Hoffmann of and Mr. and rural Humboldl Mrs. Don Clark of Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and haron were dinner guests Sunday in the A. R. Christiansen Mrs. Myrtle Stilti, Gregg and David visited Sunday in' the home of her parents, the Ray Fitch's at Burl Mrs. Dorothy Mjilknuis "and Mrs. John Renquist visited Den ny Renquist at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge Wednesday afternoon. Ron Heiter of Spencer spent from Monday until Friday with his grandmother, Mrs. Lela Heiter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Becker and baby daughter of Iowa City spent last week visiting in the parental Pete Becker and Ralph Myers homes. Mrs. Libbie Brown who has spent some time in the home of her daughter Fran, the Harold Sperows at West Winfield, N.Y. is now residing at the Houston Nursing Home in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Sperow brought her home April 3 and visited several days in the Ray Falb home and also with his sister and father Jess Sperow at the Wills home in Minnesota before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ogan were supper guests in the Lyle Kitley home in Hardy one evening recently. Mrs. Martha King was hostess for the Twentieth Century Club at the Harry Clark home Tuesday afternoon. The song selected for this meeting was "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" and the lesson, which was given by Mrs King was "See America First.' Lunch was served. Mrs. Harold Dolder assisted Mrs. King as co- hostess. gave the lesson which was "Preparing for your Ministry". Lunch was served by the hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raney Cindy, Ron and Barbara o Forest City spent the weekenc in Sioux City in the home 01 their daughter Judy, Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson Rickie and Lori spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Olson's par ents, the George Porters in >Ft Dodge. A family dinner was held a he C. M. Baker home Sunda; and included Mr. and Mrs Daryl Baker and family and Mr and Mrs. John Bcrte and fa mi Roger and Douglas were dinner guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann. Mr. and Mrs. John Faith Des Moines and Phillip Faith who attends college at Eagl Grove were dinner guests Sun day in the John Olson home. Mrs. Dora Gronbach enter tained all the members of he family at dinner Easter Sunday upper guests were Mr. and firs. Charles Butler and family if Klemme. Weekend visitors In the Chet )gan home from Friday until Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. El- Ion Jacobsen and 3 children of Sioux City. Mrs. Jacobsen and hree children came by plane on Friday and were met in Ft. Dodge by Mr. and Mrs. Ogan. Mr. Jacobsen drove over on Saturday to get his family and they returned home Sunday. Other dinner guests Sunday in the Ogan home were Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobsen of Humboldt. Wesley — the CorwiUvWes- ley Community School has in augurated a program of correc tive reading under the elemen tary-secondary Education Act passed by the federal government. Under a grant of $17,720 a corrective reading program is under way and will continue in- gram. Queries as to tile Interest of the parent* lit a summer program will be made at parent-teacher conferences and by letter, The program offers a varied program of new materials for use in correcting reading problems that have developed and in heading off others before they begin. The program will include stu dents irom the Corwith-Wesley, Garrigan and St. Joseph schools. Tnese students will be divided into small groups and. worked with on an individual basis An extensive diagnostic program will be the first part o tne program with materials and be directly involved in the pro ses that aw evi<!ei& TM sumiftef tiveiy set for June! U> July The staff will be otrduty frottt ten tilt three and the group* will be assigned to meet during these times. It ti also contempla* ted that the elementary library will be open to all students during this time so that recreation* al reading may take place through the summer, The staff will consist of Mrs. Discher and Mrs, Neswold heading the program and three teacher aids to be hired, A bus driver and janitoral and secretarial personnel will also be involved in the program. Mr. Shellen* berg is the director of the program. j to a summer program. Seventy-seven students will H 1M> I 111 I I t 11 III 'I I I I I I I M I IN I M I I supplies then being utilized by the schools to correct weaknes- I Advertise in th« Advance — largest PAID circulation! >' II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I K SHEAKLEYS WIRING Connected or Corrected ! 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