Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 20
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4-ALOONA «•*•) ADVANCI TMUMDAY, JUNt », 1*6 £adjsi-al=,ai'!ii".-.-..At. 1 s_^ - ' - r .r » Around Algona fcyONIftTA DlDftlKSIN «>imnii f»n«n« 295-2605 . Mr« and Mrs. Rftiph HarlMrtt, Montevideo, Minn., were in Al- gom from Saturday to Monday and were house guests of Mrs. Fred Patinkuk. Or, N. j. K«ll«y drove to Dot Moines Friday taking Mrs. Jim Bum and they picked up her husband at Veterans' Hospital and brought him back with them. Jim is now feeling better, but will return to Des Moines for a check-up in a month. Lloyd Wellendorf is also home again after a check-up at the hospital Where he'd had surgery earlier. Cathorino Ann, four months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan, was baptized by Rev. Frank B. Harcey at the Sunday morning worship service in the Congregational church. Her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Hal Cowan, along with the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, were among those present Olova Mathits, El Cajon, Ca- lift, will leave for home Saturday after spending a month here with her sister, Mrs: Alma Pearson. They drove to Brainerd, Minn., for the Memorial weekend to visit another sister, Norma, and- her family, the Evan FirineUs. The Finnell's two older sons are still in service; Jay, at Tucker AFB in Oklahoma City, after four years in Germany, and Pete at Norfolk, Va. Naval Base. Mrs. Pearson's son Monte, who taught at Perry last year is remaining to work there during part of the summer. Bob Gahan, Iowa Falls, entered Park Hospital at Mason City on Monday for bone surgery Which will keep him hospitalized for several weeks and immobile most of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. La Barre went to Mason City Tuesday to be with their daughter Betty, Mrs. Gahan, for the day. Bob is 15 and will be a high school sophomore next fall. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Matthews of Claremont, Calif., left Monday after spending several days at the M. G. Norton home. Mrs. Norton and Mrs. Matthews are sisters and were joined here Saturday by their brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waters of Marshalltown. The Oalifornians came especially for the 50th anniversary of .their Grinnell college class and after graduation there in 1916 were sent as missionaries by that college to "Grinhell in China", yhere they remained till the U.S. Government requested all, Americans to return home. Dr. Matthews was a prisoner of the Chinese for several months. They bought a home in Maine but retired to California some time ago. Other guests at the Norton home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boevers and children of Mankato who came for Sunday. Miss Eleanor Norton is arriving today from Vermilion, S.D. for the 50th re-union of her high school class which will be held on Saturday. Mrs. P. P. Zerfas* had as Memorial weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verveer, of Downers Grove, 111., who first picked up their daughter Mary Jane at Ames where she had completed her freshman year at Iowa State, They went home from here and left last Thursday for Washington, D,C. to be present at their son Philip's graduation from Georgetown University. Philip plans to enter law school at Chicago University in the fall. This past weekend Mrs, Zerfass's sister, Mrs. James Altwegg, of Redfield, was a guest here. Mr*. Kriftino Didriksen was dismissed Tuesday morning from St, Ann and will be at Good Samaritan Home for a few weeks. MO, Floyd Bacon and Mrs. Henry Guderian attended a graduation and birthday party on May 29, at Waltham, Minn., honoring their granddaughter, Bonnie Kty Bacon, daughter of the Merrii Bacons, Today Mrs. Bacon and Mrs. Guderian are again at Waltham, guests at a bridal shower for Bonnie Ray, who will be mamed on June 25, to Edward U Stice, of {iayfield. He is now employed by Sears at Ro0he$er after three years of college at Parsons and Kansas State and is a sou of L. L. Stice of Jeffefson City, Mo., and Mrs. Uoyd Pearson, of Hayfteld. On Sundjiy, June 1& Mrs. puane Brown of St. Paul, a sister of Merrij Bacon ajid Mrs. Floyd Bacosn will be hostesses at a bridal sbower for Bonnie at the IlimiM HHMll I I MMI I Brown home and a number of local women plan to attend. They are: Mrs. Guderian, Mrs. Jim Sparks, Mrs. Doug Wildin, Mrs. Jim St. John, Mrs. John Bcminghaus, also Mrs. Mina Kracht and Linda Sue, Lone Rock, and Mesdames Lyle Fraser and John Kadow, Burt. Stophon Gudorian, tan yaar old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Guderian of San Diego, Calif., will arrive by plane at Minneapolis on June 18 where his grandparents, the Henry Guderians, and his aunt and uncle, the Merrii Bacons of Waltham, Minn., will meet him. He will remain for six or seven weeks with the relatives before flying home. Alice Stoil-Roding and Blanche McFadden Salisbury will accompany the latter's husband, Allen Salisbury to Peoria, 111. on Monday picking up Theresa Streit-Cullen at Fort Dodge en- route. Prom Peoria they will drive with Jane Vincent-Buck and Elizabeth Dickinson-Whitney to Florida, for ,a re-union celebrating the 50th anniversary of the original charter granted to Luhosho Campfire Girls of which Mattie Dewel- Thorpe, now of Margate, Fla., was leader. Motel reservations have been made at a Pompano Beach Motel. Others of the original group who plan to join them there are: Helen Vinson- Stillman, Oklahoma City; Mabel Bedell-Benjamin, Pipeston, Minnesota; Mildred Kresensky-Allen, Des Moines; Helen Strom- Knutson, California; Gladys Triton-Paddock, Phoenix, Ariz., whose husband will accompany her; Isabel Hutchison-Drummond, at whose summer home near Asheville, N.C., some of the group plan to stop enroute back. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cash drove to Lenox on May 28 and remained till . Tuesday of last week, spending the Memorial Day weekend with all members of the Cash family present with Mrs. Amy Cash as hostess. On June 11 the local Cashes will return to Lenox for the 45fch reunion of Don's high school Graduates SISTER MARY Noel Rahm, R. S. M., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, Algona, received a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in nursing when she graduated from the College, of St. Catherine in St. Paul May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arndorfer, Corwith, Mrs. L. H. Holmes, Mike and Bill Rahm, Algona, and Joyce Erpelding, Omaha, were present at the commencement exercises in St. Paul Auditorium Theatre where 300 degrees were conferred. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rahm were unable to attend. After July 15, Sister Mary Npel will be working in the surgical department at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Cedar Rapids. »»*»+»»»»»«•«»»»«•»»»»•» Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones Modal — The Bronze Star Me.- dal was presented to Spec. Five Robert Hulsebus, son of Mrs. Ida Mae Hulsebus of Iowa Falls at Chi Chi, Vietnam April 29. Hulsebus, a "medic" left the protection of his vehicle and went to the aid of a soldier whose life he saved. Monday after Commencement the Arthur Krachts had as guests for their daughter Paulette the Walter Hanses, Truman Johnsons, Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock, Roy Heinses, R. S. Mathers, and Mike Grabianowskis, Armstrong. Mrs. Arthur Kracht took her father, Mr. Paul Wegner to Estherville Monday to the hospital for medical treatment. The Charles Phelps, Hastings, came Monday for Commencement, and were guests of the William Phelps. At Floyd Brekke's Monday for Ronnie's graduation from out of town were C. 0. Christensen, Mrs. Edna Kennedy, the Pat McNerneys and Adolph Hines, Fairmont, Minn., Ralph Geng- lers and George Gongler, Whittemore, Mrs. Larry Smith, Omaha, 'and the Irvin Munsons, Estherville. Ronnie Brekke, Perry and Wayne Elmers and Lorcn Menz, Fenton, left Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, where they will help install scales in grain elevators this summer. LONG COATS Up to $1.75 Value $139 ENDS JUNE 18 PLAIN SKIRTS SWEATERS 69c EACH CLEANING SPECIAL - Only MARSHALL ft SWIFT SAVE YOU SO MUCH JUST WHEN SAVINGS COUNT THE MOST It mfktt no difference whether you send one garment or a (Joitn, you save on each one and enjoy Algeria's finest dry cleaning. Swift, DIAL 295-3265 GOME TO ALGONA FOR JEWELRY Sharp's Jawalry Wiltgen Jowolora Dtan's BUILDING Algona Plumbing A Heating Carson* for Color Cowan Corp. . Funk Plumbing A Hoating P. R. Irons Heating A Plumbing Laing Haating A Plumbing Millar Lumbar Co Saitar's Davis Paint Storo Sherwin-Williams Color Cantor United Building Cantors, Inc. FARM EQUIPMENT Algona Flour A Food Co. Joe Bradley Buscher Bros. Taylor Implnment Co. Ernie Williams Algona Implement Algona Produce MANUFACTURERS Universal Manufacturing Co. FURNITURE — OFFICE SUPPLIES Bjustrom Furniture Co. Read's Furniture A Carpets, Inc Foster's SPECIAL SERVICES Algona Advance, Aigona Greenhouses Consolidated Co-op. Creameries North Central Public Service Co. Post Transfer Co. The Smoke Shop Ludwig's Cafe ;: Reid's Laundry A Cleaning Village ";£,: SEWING MACHINES North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. APPLIANCES A TELEVISION Tom's Radio A TV Electronic Specialties North Iowa Appliance Center DRY CLEANERS A LAUNDRY Marshall & Swift Cleaners Modern Dry Cleaners Elk Cleaners \ CLOTHING A SHOES The Chrischihes Storo Christensen's Style Center Grahams Department Storo Leuthold Williams (Hub Clothiors) Kirk's Shoo Store J. C. Penney Co. S A L Co. Sheakleys Shilts Brownbilt Shoo Star* lender's FINANCIAL Iowa State Bank The Security State Bank Home Federal Savings A Loan Assn. ENTERTAINMENT Algona A Starlito Theatres. Tall Paul's DRUG 5TQRES Honsbruch Drug Rusk Drug A Jewelry HARDWARE Coast-to Coast Stomp Gambles Frederick Hardware Storo AUTOMOTIVE Viking Oil Co. Day's Garage Jack's 0. K. Tiro Servlco Kostuth Motor Co, Taylor Motor Co. Percival Motor* VARIETY STORES iomgaars Bon FrankHn Harriion'i Viritty FRIDAY, JUNE 10th (Rain Date — June On display in front of Algona business places will be + Paintings + prints + mosaics + metal works + sculpture + ceramics + enamels + translucents Showing Hours ... Noon Until 9 p. m, Many displays and works will •' /' be for salo - - come to Algona Friday for this big art show! Event sponsored by the Algona Chamber of Commerce

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