Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 16
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t^ALOONA (lew.) AOVANCt THURSDAY, JUNI M, 19M HHIH I IHIHMMH-MlliM Around Algona ftyONICTA DIDRIKSEN *iin in i M mum i ii 11 Phone 295440S Mr* tnd Mr§, Don tatter end). daughters, Vermilion, S.D., came Friday for the weekend with local relatives. •• Mr. and MM. Roy Gordon, San Pedro, with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parkinson, Selma, Calif., were guests from Friday till Monday at the Don Kelson home. The men are cousins. Don Nelsons' daughter and son-in-law, the Chas. Simmons and daughters came Saturday from Manchester for an overnight visit here. Rimtll Plckett of Anktny it hospitalized at Des Moines where he is to have surgery done tomorrow. On Tuesday of lar.t w*«k, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schluter, Ames, Were guests at the Paul Puffer home and on Thursday, Mrs. Kenneth Karlburg and daughter Betty, of Champaign, HI.; were callers there. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Puffer with daughters Candace and Carol drove to Minneapolis to see the Twins ball game and were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Galbraith And two little girls, Des Moines, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Betty Galbraith. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger were in Ames Monday of last week helping their daughter, Mrs. Larry Leaneagh get the family £hd household goods ready for moving to La Grange Highlands, 111. where they had bought a home of which they got possession June 17. Larry had returned to Chicago on Sunday. They stayed at the home of Mrs. Lea- n^agh's cousin, Jay Colburn, in Glen Ellyn, for a few,days until their own home was vacated. Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeil, of Alexandria, Va., were weekend guests at the Rex Taylor home. The men were friends at college. { The Frank Moultons took tfeeir daughter Phyllis to Rochester Monday of last week find she had nose surgery necessitated by an accident some years ago when her nose was broken while playing ball. Mr. Moulton came home after tne operation and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom went to Rochester to stay with her daughter and granddaughter till Phyllis was released which they thought would be yesterday; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler drove to Marion Saturday to spend the Fathers' Day week end with their son Wayne and family and returned home Monday. •HHMIMIMIMIII I Mill Mr, and Mrs. Hermit There' son flew here Friday from Phoenix, Ariz., to meet their son Jim who arrived Wednesday from Charleston, S.C. They visited him, Mrs. Thoreson's parents, the C. R. Schobys, and her sister Mrs. Lyle Anderson then left Sunday and flew home Monday. Jim, who has been in the Navy for several years has been in submarine service and has twice been submerged for 60 days each time. Now he has been assigned to a submarine tender and will leave July 11 for three years in Scotland. Mrs. Effie Teeter and her daughter, Mrs. Robert Arndt, drove to Normal, 111., on June 11, to visit at the home of the former's son John Teeter, and returned home 1 on the 17th. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leffert were in Zwingle, la., weekend before last for a re-union of Dave's mother's family who settled in that area in 1848 and established the German Reformed church, coming from a Pennsylvania Dutch settlement. Counting Dave and his sisters there are eight first cousins .living whose ages run from 76 to 90 and five of them attended the reunion including his sister Lillian Leffert, Des Moines. Others came from Dubuque and Chicago and with their descendants made up a large family group Mr. and Mrs. George Baier, Salina, Kans., recently visited her brother, Robert; Harrison, and friends in this area. They were here a year ago for a reunion of her High school.class. Mr. and Mri. A. C. Dear of Flint, Mich., visited over tho weekend with the R. W. Andersons, who are cousins. They travel with their trailer so stayed at Hillcrest Court while here. Enroute from Bussey, la., where they had been five weeks, they picked up Mrs. Anderson's mc- ther, Mrs. Lottie Wheeler, at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, and she will remain for a week with her, daughter here. Tho Dears left Monday for Omaha and will go from there to visit Mrs. Dear's only sister at Wena tehee, Wash. Mr. Dear recently retired after years with the Western Electric Co., and this is their first trip West. A number of Algona attorneys with their wives are attending a State Bar Association meeting at Des Moines from Wednesday through Friday of this week. The Don Hutchisons and G. W- Stillmans are among those present. A special meeting of the Or der of Eastern Star will be held this evening, June 23, the annu «1 Friendship Night,, to which all neighboring chapters have been invited. There will be a pot-luck dittner it 6:30 at the Temple, preceding the eight o'clock meeting. Distinguished guests expected include Worthy Grand Matron, Virginia Jones, of Cedar Rapids, and Worthy Grand Patron, Don Shotting, Sioux City, and there will be others. Local officers will do initiatory work at the session. Lunch will be served following the meeting. Memorial weekend visitors to north Iowa were- Mrs. June Hutchcroft, Mediapolis, and Mrs. Victor Meek, Des Moines. They are the former June and Joy Koepke, whose parents, the Frank Koepkes are buried at Burt where they have relatives, and are well remembered here where they went through High School. June, who is now widowed, has three grown children, and continues to teach in the Mediapolis schools. Joy, a regis tered nurse, teaches a course for girls who receive licenses for practical nursing in the Des Moines Adult Education pro gram. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wolcott enjoyed a family picnic dinner at a Mason City park Sunday with his father, Lawrence Wolcott, who now lives in a home for the aged there, and Ed's brothers from Le Mars and Austin, Minn, and the sister from Emmetsburg with their families. Mr. and Mrs. John Duttpn with their son Jack, his wife and three children, got home Sunday evening from the Algona Cottage at Cass Lake where they had spent two weeks. This is their annual family reunion and they were joined there by George and his family who drove from Seattle, Wash,, and Jerry, his wife, and two children, Omaha. George was released from the Army in May after twenty years of service and his plans for the future are not yet definite. Jerry is an accountant with the Internal Revenue Dep't, and Jack, in the local post office. tarn time. West Bend pair wed .•; >• • ' . .'-• -.• •..•• .'Ji •'•.'•, .. ' . ' . Mrs. Dan Jones and three sons are coming Sunday from LaCrosse, Wis., to remain with her parents, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, till the Fourth when Mr. Jones will join them for the Holiday weekend her© rod take his family home. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKenzie, Toronto, Ontario, Were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen, on Thursday. They are visiting relatives of Mrs. McKenzie in north Kossuth and with them attended the wedding of a niece, Gretchen Looft, daughter of the Albert Loofts of Ledyard, which took place Saturday evening at a LaCrosse, Wis., Lutheran church. The bi-ennlal Looft reunion will be held Sunday at Swea City with eight of the original 11 children of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Looft present, Will and his wife having arrived last LINDA LOU MEYER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William C. Meyer, Jr., of West Bend, be^ came the bride of George W. Bargman, son of Mrs. Marguerite Bargman, West Bend, on Ma/ 29 in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating at the double ring ceremony. Sheila Schmidt served as maid of honor and Connie Jo Hugo; Mrs. Richard Knudson and Mary Behnke were bridesmaids. Best man was Jerry Besch while William E., Robert and Richard Meyer were groomsmen. .Kenneth Meyer and Don and Larry Langholz served as ushers. About 300 guests attended a reception held following the cer- emony in the church basement with Shane Arndorfer in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Gus Bex- ninghaus and Mrs! Karl Johnson cut the; ? cakfi,jJMrs. Lawrence Meyer and Mrs- Vic Bargman poured, Ann and .Carol Baas and Dorene Thilgesi "weirs in charge of gifts, and Sandra Hannover, Susan Behnke, Unda and Sandra Blade and Susan .and Terry Bargman served i as waitresses. The bride is a graduate of the West Bend high school, La James Beauty School and has been a beauty operator at Armstrong. The groom is a graduate of the West Bend high school and is presently in the U. S. Army at Ft. Knox, Ky. /Photo by Glenn's Studio. week from Major, Sask., by bus. The Leroy Krallman family of Great Bend, Kans., were guests at the Fred Plumb home last week. They are friends of the Plumb daughter Winifred Hanzlicek, also of Great Bend, who is expected to come soon, with her family for a visit her^j, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Turtle,. arrived Saturday from Pomona, Calif, and while here for a few! days are house guests of MfT and Mrs. Alvin Weber, near*L* ! Verne. Mrs. Arthur Benschoter entertained a few women at a Coffee Tuesday morning in Mrs. Tuttle's honor. Homer is now with L. B. Martin Co., of Riverside, selling specialties for advertising and is district manager for Los Angeles county with. four men ; working under him.j< Their daughter, Marilyn, Mrs. Walter Plumb, with her husband and two children, also of Pomona, are expected .here soon to, visit his parents, . the Fred Plumbs, whose three daughters plan to bs here at the The Rev. William R. Nelend jrwched hi* first sermon at the ideal Methodist church Sunday morning and was accompanied by his wife. They remained for to« Johannsen's Open House be* fore returning to Estherville and ire expected to arrive at the Algona parsonage Friday nrith Rev, and Mrs. N. M. Coug- tienour leaving Thursday. Mr. end Mrs. Harvey Johnson drove to Ames for the wedding of a granddaughter, Marian Si* mons, to John Buck of Ames, the ceremony taking place that morning at St. Cecelia's church. Larry Johnson served as one of the ushers and with his wife and two of their children went down on Friday evening. Other local people in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simons, Harriett Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, also Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig and the Nick Arn dorfers, St. Benedict. The Harvey Johnsons remained till Monday and went to Des Moines to call on John Beiser at Veteran's Hospital. Col Wm. Batt, Jr. and hit family moved to Algona recently from New York where he has been with the North American Defense Command. They have taken a house on South Woodworth St. where Mrs. Batt and the children will remain when he leaves soon for 13 months term of duty in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Orange City, former Algona residents, renewed old friendships here when they came Sunday to attend the Henry Johannsen's Golden wedding. They left Algona 26 years ago going to Eagle Grove where they were in the restaurant business for a time, later going into the same work at Orange City. They have now retired but look after an apartment house which they own. Their older son, Robart, lives at Alton, not far from them, and is with Kepp Con- Mftiction do. Jfunft, i cheftiicai engineer, is with Paifthikk of New York and live* ill California. Their daughter Cattf, Mrs. Willafd Veeneamp, live* it Owi- tontii. Mef husband is itt ic* eoutitattt with Federal Mutual, they have two soiir iftd Cirol teaches in the Owatonna School. After a three weeks ebsenee, Mrs. Marie Ogren arrived home Sunday afternoon by plane at Font Dodge where Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman met her. Mrs. Ogren's son, Frank Green, and his wife arrived here by car on Memorial Day and she accompanied them to Indiana where they visited her daughter and son-in- law, the Evan Aliens, at their summer home. From there they drove to Kansas City, stopping overnight with her grandson, Lynn Higbee, and thence to Omaha for a brief visit with another daughter and her husband, the Jack Gibsons. Then they drove to Scotts Bluff where they picked up her third daughter, Mrs. Sadie Higbee, who we- fit on with them to Seattle with stops Mttoute at Salt Lake City and Boise, Idaho, from Seattle i*ttirticd by jet, MM. Ogren's fifst efcpeiience with 650 miles per hour travel at five miles high. They stopped over- flight at Denver with Mrs. Higbee's son David, wiio teaches music there, and then from Scotts Bluff she flew to Omaha, stopping again with her daughter Alberta before flying home. They called on Mrs. Ncllc Me Call now nicely settled in her own lovely apartment in the home her son-in-law and daughter, the Jim Griffiths have recently built, and found her looking very well and quite satisfied With her new location. DUCK — The Sam Stuckys of Laurens have a young duck, a cross between a Mallard and a tame variety that has three legs. The third leg, with a shriveled webbed foot, is not used by the duck. It apparently has neither bone nor muscle. NOW OPEN ROBO-WASH STAY IN YOUR CAR IT'S AUTOMATIC! Newest • Most exciting car wash in town • open 24 hours • stay in your car—it's automatic • it takes only two minutes! (use 2 quarters or Yz dollar) Kowuth County Car Wish, Inc. Hwy 169 A Se. 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