Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 27, 1966
Page 8
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NIWI OF ALOONA V ! Local News I —BY MOLLY MatDONALD • ^ -v • ;••:•:•• :..••• .v. ,.-.-•••.•• .....,;•.-mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm. i i i i Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller Were visited over the June 18th .weekend by their daughter, Mawe, who is going to summer school at Drake. Mrs. Laura Hlnti moved recently to the new rest home. She was visited there last week on Wednesday by her sisters, Mrs. K. L. Connell and Mrs. Linda Hathjen, both of Luverne, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. David Mark la have named their new baby Lisa Lynn. She was born at St. Ann On June 9, and is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley were visited a week ago by their daughter, Mrs. Robert Gergen, Minneapolis. She was here for a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings and children left Saturday for a week of camping and fishing in South Dakota. They plan to spend some time in the Black Hills. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rooney were visited for a few days last Week by Mrs. Rooney's mother, Mrs. Paul Wagener of Odebolt. " Mr. and Mrs. Elbert McVeigh are parents of a boy born June J2 at St. Ann. They have named their new son Thomas Hay. The McVeighs have two other Children, Julie and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Richard There- son spent the June 18 weekend at the Eugene Murtagh cottage oh Okoboji with their two children, Becky and David. Mr. end Mrs. David Markla had as their guest recently Mrs. Markla's cousin, Miss Helen Randall of Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shay and family spent some time recently visiting Dr. Shey's parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Dan Shey in Red Oak, la. They also visited a brother and his family, Mr. and Mrs. •tike Shey, in Omaha. Mr. end Mrs. Philip Carlson have named their new son Michael Philip. He was born. June J3. Young Michael has a sister, Kimberly, 19 months old. Mr. end Mrs. Elbert McVeigh Were visited last week Saturday ny Mr. McVeigh's brother, Phil McVeigh of Tekema, Neb. Mr. end Mrs. W. H. Bertlett entertained Mrs, Glee Pitcher, of Johnstown, Pa., Mrs. Carson Taylor, Sitka, Alaska, and Jack Long, Cedar Rapids, at dinner last week Saturday evening. Mrs. Bert Deel wes visited last Week Sunday by her sister and Brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loveall, of Ayrshire. SOCIETY Mr*. Richard Thu) has moved from 703 S. Marian to live with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr in Wesley. Mrs. Thai's husband is in the service and is stationed at Fort Monmouth, N. J/ Mr». Dean Parrott visited her mother Mrs. Gilbert Porter in Mystic, Iowa, for a few days last week. Mrt. John Deim was visited for several days last week by her daughter Gretchen, of Minn* eapolis. Mr. ant) Mrs. H. W. Miller were in Des Moines last week attending the bar convention. Mrs. Kirk Hayes entertained members of her bridge club Wednesday evening. The group made plans for a coming trip to Okoboji. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield were visited last week Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laughlin, Long Beach, Calif., Dr. Kingfield and Mrs. Laughlin were classmates in high, school. Mr. and Mrs. John Heed wara visited last Wednesday by Mrs. Hood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Aiild of LaPorte City. Mrs. Bert Do I became a great-grandmother recently with the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Coleman of North Charleston, S. C. Robart Johnson of Berie, Ky., was a recent Algona visitor. Among the local people he spent some time with were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gcigel. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson had as their guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs. John George and family of Minneapolis. Jon Deim, son of Mrs. John Deim, and Bill Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, left on Thursday morning for a trip through California and the Northwest. They will be gone for a month. . Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield had as their guests over the June 18 weekend Maurice Rhodes and Sharon Ryan, both from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson had' a two weeks trip, driving first to Nashville, Tenn., to visit the son Neil and family. They went then to Dover to attend the wedding of their son Jaines. Enroute home they visited the daughter Joyce at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Shew returned Sunday after a week in Colorado. They stayed at Estes Park and toured many places in Colorado. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Krantz, of Titonka, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Louise, to Douglas Neal Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hinkle of Independence, Mo. Miss Krantz and Mr. Hinkle are former students of the University of Kansas at Lawrence. Both will attend the University of Missouri this fall. A late August wedding is being planned. mm M». tank MM. (tefte Hood, Stouter and MM. Harold for the tf. N«xt week MM. will be the ho*te» MITHOOIIT ORCLI Ml ITS of the M ,, MethodiAt Church met Thursday morning at Call state park for * breakfast meeting, Co-chair- men of the circle are Mrs. W, H, Bwttett and Mrs. Lea Huff, ^ t f • eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoee SERVICEMEN eeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee OfftALD IDWIN LUfDTKI San Diego, Calif, (FHTNC) June 2 — Seaman Recruit Edwin Luedtke, USN, Son of Mr. t-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCt MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1«*6 and Mrs. Edwin H Luedtke of Route .1, Lone Rock, Iowa, is undergoing seven weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center. Under the supervision of Veteran Navy petty officerSj he is receiving instructions in naval history and organization, customs and courtesies, ofd nance and gunnery, stamooihip, damage control, fittt aid, swimming and sufviVil ihipboard drilte and wntry duty. t^oii coflijpletioii rf recruit training, he will be aWigned to a school, shore Station or ship, according to the results of his Nayy clftMificatlon tests, hi« own desires and the needs of the Nt- vy. ,. ............ • , •, . •••-• ONDIAN'ILIST Miss Ro*a Lee named to the Dean's list Stm* coUeg* SU*il Ok ty, wii«i* *he te a teethum Si* was cited for achie^fifji 9.3 grade point average during the thifd term of the school year. A graduate of Garrigati high school. Miss Ulg is the daughter of Mrs, Arthur Illg< NEWCOMERS CLUB The Newcomers club met June 21 at 7:45 at the Algona Ho tell Hostess was Bea Easier. Newcomers were: Jeanne Evans, Evelyn Weydert, Dixie Bennett, Lavona Snodgress. High brides was won by Jeanne Evans, and high 500 was won by fcuiaron Kooyman. New officers electsd at the meeting were: president, Gerri Howe; vice-president, Sandy Krasen; sec., Connie Blum; treas., Ruth Davis; and the calling chairman, Sherri Boni- gaars. GIDDINGS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Guy Giddings gave a party Tuesday in honor of her son, Guy, who was eight years old. Guests were Kevin Harris, Ronnie and Tina Ristau, Susan Wolf of LuVerne, Jimmy Scob- ba and Larry Smith. Also in attendance were the younger Giddings children, Gail, Paul and Billy. BRIDGE LUNCHEON Miss Barbara Haggard held high score at the Wednesday ladies' bridge luncheon at the Country Club. Other winners THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JUNE 30-JULY 1 Ifs our FIRST ANNIVERSARY . . . end to celebrate, we've reduced prices unbelievably low! Cotton DRESSES •2.99 Assorted Lingerie 1.99 Cotton BLOUSES 99c Holiday Week-end Ahead Shop our Sportswear Department for a wide selection of slacks, bermudas, and matching short sets. MODE-0-DAY SHOP JO RUARK, Owner ALGONA, IOWA SAVE S 50 or MO RE YOUR CHOKE $ 199 CHOOSE FROM 4 POPULAR KROEHLER STYLES. EACH AVAILABLE IN DOZENS OF EXCITING DECORATOR FABRICS Luxurious sofa from Kroahler's Cepe Cod Design, with reversible lippered K-Form cushions and arms. For the living room that will be lived in. Go ehcad — hire e decorator .",'.• or if you'd rather, do it yourself. It really isn't difficult. Not et least with New Idea No. 11. This is furniture with e modern flair that fits into your home like it was made for it. Tell usjjwhat you like. We have it. But; let's not talk about it. Coma in and see it. Tomorrow perhaps?' Graceful lines and expert tailoring make this sofe look more expensive than it really is. Foam seat cushions tell you it's as comfortable es it is beautiful. \ Brilliant hues in textured, damask, matelasse, print end quilt fabrics. Come in soon. Simplicity of line end subtle da- sign make this Classic sofa so versatile you can use it with any decor. Generous amounts of Polyurethane foam cushion you ev. erywhere . . . in seats, back, even arms, Name your fabrics; Prints, tweeds, grospoint, mete- lasso, even quilts, Wa have them all, Bolster pillows and arm cap* included, Sao it today, FOR FINE QUALITY FURNITURE

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