Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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The Donald Asas, Fort Worth, Texas, will arrive at Clariort; Sunday and visit the Homan Andersons there and attend the Asa family reunion at Rutland, They will be in Algona this week to visit relatives and friends and will be staying with the Claude Ruarks. Mrs. Asa is • a niece of Everette and Homan Anderson and are formerly from Algona. Mr*. Selma Godfredson is visiting her Son, the Lowell Samps, coming from California .where she had Visited her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Lundstrom and fanv ily at Santa Susatta and tho Kenneth Samps at Los Angeles. She will visit here and with her daughter in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and their three sons spent thei Memorial .Day weekend with her patents, Df. and Mfl. M. 6". Bourne at the Bourne cottage on Okoboji. tar, and Mrs, Keith €hriitl« were visited for a few days last week by Mrs. Christie's mother, Mrs. Gladys Swanson of Sheft* artdoah. Mr. and Mrs. Richard there* son, Becky and David flew to itieiigh, Neb., over the holiday weekend to visit the Jim AsmUs- sert family there. Mr. and Mrs, Dean Parrctt had as their guests over the Memorial Day weekend Mr. Parrott's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lyon of DeS Moirt> es. On Monday, the families drove to Aurelia, Ia.» to visit the father, George Parrott Mr, and Mrs. Gene Hood were visited over the Memorial Day weekend by their daughter Mary Jean, of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding and Mrs. Gusta Patterson were gu- Monday it i tipqUe din- net given by the Moods, Mr, and Mrs. «u««n« tagh spent the: holiday" at their cottagron O Maurice McMshon of apoUs visited his nephew ami wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Harig, over the holiday. Ciller* last week Sunday «• the Oane Hood hpmi* weife M*. and Mrs. M. J; fiiscneid of Ft bodge and Mr. and Mrs, Denny Treston of Rockwell. * Mrs. Ralph Bauer efWhltt* more was. hostess to a bridge foursome Tuesday afternoon.as part of the St Ann Auxiliary Round Robin. Guests Were Mrs. Julius ,Kunz, Mrs, W, E. Hawcott and Mrs. Gene Hood. ^ I Mr. and Mrs, Terry McGuIro Visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lettow in Alden last week Sunday. Judy Parrott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, came iome Wednesday f>6tft Palls where she is a student at State College of Iowa. Two fri- rids from SCVPam Kerns and Marcia Buckley, stopped at the Parrotts enroute- to their homes. Mr, and Mrs. Luke Linnan were visited over the holiday weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linnan and small daughter of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs, G, C. MeMahon and son Jim left Saturday for Chicago to attend the graduation of the other son, Bob, from the Illinois College of Optometry. The family will remain in Chicago until Tuesday. Tom Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, arrived home last week from Maryville, Mo. He is a student at Northwest Missouri State. Mr. and Mrs. H, F. Fristedt and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith traveled to Okobdji fof tile Memorial .Day weekend. They stayed at the Godden cottage there. Mrs. Marilyn Kuester and her three-sons drove to Vermilliott. S.D., to visit Mi\ .a«d Mrs. Don Potter OVer the holiday weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Anderson were visited over the Memorial Day weekend by Mrs. Anderson's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of Denver, Colo., and another aunt, Mrs. Merle Ferguson of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Ferguson was also an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. While here. Mrs. Ferguson and the Johnsons visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker in Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Studer of Wesley. Mrs, John Kohlhoas entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Thilges had the high score for the afternoon, and Mrs. Tony Sehmitt . Mrs. Wad* Sullivan wa« 1 guest of her sister Mrs. (Gilbert Knudson of Emmetsbut'g sever," al days last week. She attended the Leo Jonsvold funeral thefe Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Anderson had as their guests this weekend Mrs. - L Andefson's brothers, Richard Becked, ft siudent at Wichita State College in Kafi^ gas, and Mr,, and Mrs. William R. Becker and son Alec of Indiana, Pa. William Becker is a professor of music at the University there. • Mr, and Mrs. Leo CMtef were visited last week by' Mr-3. Cassel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ne>ary of Omaha. Charles and Jim Cassel accompanied th* eir grandparents back to Omaha where they will remain for a two-week visit. The Nearys also spent some time at Okoboji with the E. C. McMahons. ALOONA (l«wi) AOVANCI-I Mrs. Jim Milder by plane fof her sister M es who/has , | the past two weeks, er will -visit Jter| . Mild- Ida Forbes,, and atidtJief rtitof, Mrs,Mt, Jv Paulsen/ { m*e\ , Mf. and Mr«, Riehlrd N#rt»rt were vfsited over the holiday weekend by Mrs. Morton's mother and aUhtj'Mrs. N.'E, Dd%n- ing and Mrs* M. ft, Kurt* of Marshalltown. the guests were here for the graduation of Leslie and Lynn Norton from Algona high school. Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Na*h have named theif new daughter Oamille Louise. The baby was born May 26. Mrs. Bert Deal Is being visi» ted by Her nephew Larry Coleman of Gilbertville. l"> » » » t'H-H-t-l-H-l-l-l-H-1 I M I II V $4418 Indoor- Oitdoor Super savings on 28 n in stock' rolls and roll end top colors for today's UMMER All Nflon ARANCE •'.: \l\-J- $7.88 50/ FAMOUS BRANDS . . • Wunda Weave • Bigslow • Mohawk • Berven All Aerilan 1 FOR FALL THE PRICE ALL CARPET $8.88 All Wool Save Top Quality Tackless Installation on the job with Heavy waffle Rubber Padding ROLL ENDS MMM Martini Green Aerilan Carpet Reg. $9 $688 sq. yd. Cloud Gold Ail-Wool Carpet VERY HEAVY, WAS $12 sq. yd. 90 Square Yards of Burnished Gold Nylon Store Carpet Reg. $8 $588 sq. yd, FURNITURE & WATSON INTERIORS IN OUR COMPLETELY NEW BUILDING Qwior of Call I PUUini Streets Algoia ' "' »'» ' i H I I 1 I ' H

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