Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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t—ALOONA (lows) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNB *, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Harberts, former Algoftans now living at Motttevcidio, Minn, visited trie- nds;here last week. They were house guests of Mrs. Fred Pannkuk. Mrs. Elva Simpson is at Iowa City Where she had eye surgery at the university hospital. Dr. N. J. Kelley took Mrs. J.,D. Burns to Des Moines Friday and brought Mr. Burns home from the Veterans hospital where he has had treatments. He is greatly improved. Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and Joan Post went to the Okobojis Saturday and were joined Sunday afternoon by Mr. Honsbruch. The others remained a little longer. The Honsbruehs have a trailer house there. E. J. Evers who is working in Nebraska spent the weekend here with his family. The son Larry is in service and stationed at Fort Riley, Kan. for his basic training. Mrs. Milton Dahl attended the graduation from high school at Pella of her grandson Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and grandson of Mrs. Harold Hobson. She WHS there from May 26 till June 1. John's plans are indefinite as he is eligible for service. Mrs. Dahl was visited Sunday by the family who came unexpectedly. Bob, SOCIETY LAYMAN'S LEAGUE MEETS The Immanuel Lutheran Layman's League of Lotts Creek met Monday night June 6. Pas* tor Vehling led devotion and presented the topic. A family picnic was planned July 17 at 6:30. In charge will be the Get* aid RacJigs and the Duan,& Liebs. Mrs. Gerald Kuechef is to send greeter cards for the month of June. Banquet tickets for the district LLL convention are : available from the president. Bunco was played. Entertainment was in charge of the Ervin Wetzels and Wilmer Wichitendahls. The serving committee was Rev. A. E. Vehlings and Herb Potratzes. Engaged MRS. HERB Schauer and the LINNAN COFFEE A Louquet of tiny green and pink flowers adorned the invitations to a coffee honoring Miss Bernadine Lin nan on Tuesday at the Country Club, where the floral motif was exquisitely carried out with spring flowers beautifully arranged on the buffet table and throughout the ball- late Raymond Benson, formerly room. Focal point of the buf- of Algonia, announce tine engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce Elaine Benson, Janseville, Minn., to Clyde Williams, Per- liam, Minn., son of Mrs. Elsie Williams, Grand Forks, North Dakota. A summer wedding is planned. and two children spant last weekend here with the former's the eldest grandchild Is leaving i parenits Mr . and M^. Leo this week tor Cedar City, Utafi i g en / where he will play in stock during the summer. He is a senior at Cedar Falls and will be doing practice teaching in Fort Dodge in the fall. v Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson went to Fort Dodge Sunday and visited with the former's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dannis Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John RosensteiI took their little son Bruce to Iowa City June 2 for removal of a birthmark and examinations. The other children, are at Bancroft with Mrs. .Rosensteil's parents. Mrs. Helger Peterson spent Monday at Fort Dodge attending to some personal matters. .,. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins have as guest the latter's mother, Mrs.-Edith Fritz of Menlo who is making an extended visit. Mrs. Don Cook, Tim, David ajid Sherrie are coming in mid- June for a visit at the parental Ray Cooks and George Kains. Their home is at Upland, Calif. and Don will not be able to join them as he teaches summer school. Mrs. Cook will be here in time to attend her class reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey left Monday for a week of fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dutton are vacationing at the Algona cottage at Cass Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa, form, er Algonans now living at Fort Worth, Texas are here with fet was a scalloped watermelon filled with a variety of fresh fruit. The menu also included finger rolls, pecan tassies and miniature sausages. Hostesses for the pre-nuptial courtesy were Mesdames M. G. Bourne, Duane Dewel, Theodore Hutchison, Donald Hutchison, John N. Keraefick, Roy MeMa- hon, H. W. Miller, Eugene Murtagh, G. W. Stillman and W. W. Sullivan. ' their children Donna, Mary, Bill and Nancy visiting their many friends and relatives. Sunday a family reunion was held at the home of Don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa at Rutland. His gen. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen re- burned home Monday, June 6 from Milwaukee, Wis., where they attended the graduation from the M'arqu&tte University commencement exercises Sunday, June 5 ait which' time Darrell Mergen, their s'o>n, received his Master of Science degree in pad'odonilioii. This is the care and treatment of children's dentistry. Mr. and! Mrs. Richard Norton are being visited by their daughter, Sir! and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Harts field of Fort Defiance', Ariz. They will'•,;,'• be here several days. Mrs. Mamie Dacken was here from Winona, Minn, where she is now making her home. She visited with many friends here among them Mrs. Beulah Richardson, with whom she had an apartment while living here and Evelyn Cady at'the Good 'Samaritan Home. She was housekeeper companion for Miss Cady several months before leaving for Chicago, 111. to make a home for a grandson whose parents were missionaries in South America and the lad had gone as far as possible in the limited amount of education possible in that area. She is living in Wino ma to be near a son who is a minister there. The other son, also a minister, has returned to a foreign field. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDon- aid and Heather left today for Chicago. They will visit Mr. MacDonald's family in suburban Riverside for a few days, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Helmers received word that their son, Eldon Helmers was burned on both hands Saturday while at work. He will be off the job for LEAGUE LUNCHEON The League of Women Voters held a luncheon meeting at the Johnson House o>n Monday. Two members of the League's state board, Mrs. George Kosrber and Mrs. W. R. Moore, both of Ames, jave an orientation program for board members. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Hurt couple celebrates 25th anniversary card*. AID OIVIS PARTY Aid of St. John's Lutheran church sponsored a 25th wed- ding party tot the Merwyti Cunninghams Sunday at the church with 40 present. Hws w*ie6«i* ^as by Mrs. Elizabeth Radig; and scripture and inJiiigr by ftet. Vehling. A reidta*, "Ufo History of the Cunnlnghami,' 1 Dorothy Matlow and was given by « group <rf wein«fi. A cash gift wis liMttitttd.td the honor** ind ttiwiy eiftfc ; M m Hi 11 iI < t M n t in ii i H i M i n 111 ill M bort — The Merwyn Cunninghams had their 25th wedding May 29. An open house was held at their home from 2 to 5 p.m. sponsored by their children, the Joe Cunninghams, Richard Tru- nkhills and Merwyn Jr. Relatives attending from a dis 1 tance were the Clare Cunning: hams, Glenview. 111.', Clarence Cunningham, Elmore, the Rbl : and Shaws, Minneapolis, Mrs. Logan Keagie, Mayer, Minn., the Robert Voigts, St. Louis, Mo., Warren Polhemuses, St. Louis', Mo., Edward Voigts, Layton, Utah, Mrs. Elsie Hart, Willistori, N. D. ' There were 460 guests registered from Forest City, Garner', Swea City, Buffalo Center, ; Algona, Titonka, Fenton, , Lotts Creek, Lone Rock, Whittemore, Bancroft and Burt. Viola Voigt and Merwyn Cunningham were married May 31, 1941 in Fairmont. He was employed at the Algona Bakery for a few years, then farmed for 15 years, and now they are operating the Cunningham Cafe fof their seventh year. They received many gifts and over 200 by norcncf Schro*d«r. A ed. the tei tibte ed itt MM, gfceft ind FATHER'S DAY JUNE 19 brother-in-law, Dale Pederson, of Humboldt and another brother-in-law and wife Mr. and Mrs. William Marchant, of Gilmore City and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa. A brother of Don, Howard Asa of Columbia, Ky. was also present and many others. The visitors are spending considea-abla time with Mrs, Asa's uncle Everett Anderson and wife, and with the William Finns, neigh-: bors when living here. They have also been dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa. Don is employed as parts distributor for the Shaw-Ford company. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Manson were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tippin and Brett of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle have been visited by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Slagle of Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. Darrell Mergen, his wife some time. He moved from Al- goiva just recently. Bancroft — Rev. Father Maurice Krause will leave Bancroft June 28 to begin a new assignment at Kuemper high school in Carrol as an instructor. Father Krause, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause of Fenton came to Bancroft in September 1961 for his first parish assignment, as an assistant at St. John's. He instructed junior and senior religion classes at St. Johns High school and was student counselor. His parents are members of St. Michael's Parish of Whittemore. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE JUNE IS Cedar Chests Graduate Bride Anniversaries "BRAND" on DAD! By choosing Dsd's Gifts from our grot lint-up of BRAND NAMES, you knew you will bo giving tht finest in style end quality. Dad will appreciate his gift mere when it has one, of our famous labels that he knows and can trust for long wear, top fit and guaranteed built-in quality. Shop the Hub this Father's Day. McGregor & Van Heusen SPORT SHIRTS A galaxy of c-o-o-l McGregor and Van Heusen sport shirts ... in gay patterns, snappy stripes and plains. A size to fit every pop in these summery SHORT SLEEVE shirts. 2" to '7 00 WEMBLEY TIES There is no better compliment to • man's suit than a tie . . . ours are by Wembley and you can choose any tie for any dad in our racks . . .patterns, plains, stripes, checks, all fabricsl $ 1 M to*2 Campus Bermuda Shorts Every y** r > niore dads are turning to Bermuda shorts for cool summer comfort. Perfect around the house, on the golf course, at play anywhere. Lots to choose from too. Pine selection pf styjes and colors just arrived. Tto'B Van Heusen White Shirts A Van Heusen vanopress short sleeve white shirt (colors too) is the safest of all gifts . . . wanted by every dad and loved by moms too (they just don't need any ironing). Permanently pressed. He'll be real cool in comfort and style. 5 - Other Sure "POP PLEASERS" ROLFS BILLFOLDS JOCKEY UNDERWEAR CAMPUS SWIMWEAR MASTERBILT SLACKS VAN HEUSEN PAJAMAS JADE EAST TOILETRIES Plenty of Helpful Clerks to Serve You! LEUTHOLDniUAMS " ALOONA. IOWA Dad Always libs a NUB OKI OwtMitats" 'UHHII-H- »%V»VV»V^^ Hill 11 I ill i DH 1 1 I I 1 I I II II 11 11 1111111111 |.,|..|. vwvwwvvwwwvwwvwvvwrwywy \ nd ANNIVERSARY EVENT Starting Monday and All Next Week at TAYLOR MOTOR CO. in Algona! Lots of Surprise*! See Monday Advance for Full Details! vwwvww^^

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