Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
Page 12
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••-AlOONA (law.) AbVANCI THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 Used clothing store to open at Livermore Livermore — A new business enterprise is to be opened Aug. 15 in the building on the Virgil Smith property formerly used by the Lions club for their meetings. It will be called the "Tra- din' Post," and will handle used clothing. It will be open each Week day afternoon from- 1 to 5 and from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturdays. Those in charge ol the "Post" will be Mrs. Daryl Frederick of Uvermore, Mrs. Donald Aure of Bode and Mrs. Harold Wolf of LuVerne. SEES NEW GRANDDAUGHTER Mrs. Roy. Brown and grandson Paul, who has spent the past couple of months with his grandparents, flew to Chicago Wednesday evening to get acquainted with a new granddaughter in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Brown that was born that day, July 20. There is also another little girl in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schulti end Dennie were in Iowa City Monday for a check up for Dennie. 81ST BIRTHDAY About 30 ladies, neighbors, friends and relatives, went to It's here! \ What is? Believe it or not, now there's no more annoying defrosting of your modern electric refrigerator-freezer. How wonderful! It does it itself... automatically! What won't they V .think of next? BE MODERN! Stop chopping ... start shop- "' ping! Modern electric refrigerator-freezers mean no more frosted food packages, no more messy defrosting. Stock up at home with food specials and live better— electrically I •stss:. ' •« Algona Municipal Utilities the home of Mrs Frank Sprang Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her 81st birthday. A social afternoon was spent and Mrs. sprong received many gifts and cards. Lunch was served by three of her daughters, Mrs. Waiter Halstead (Ada) of Oran, Iowa; Mrs. Alvin Weaver (Darlene) of Mason City; and Mrs. Roy Salmon (Naomi) and daughters Theda and Madge of Livermore, and a granddaughter Mrs. A. E. Weaver of Storm Lake. OKOBOJI OUTING Several members of Walther League went to Lake Okoboji Thursday for an outing and to visit Pastor Stock who is camp director for Concordia Cub camp there. Three car loads went with Mrs, Clarence Houck, David Graaf and Dale Frederick as the drivers. Those that went were: Margaret, Harriet and Lynnette Hauck, Susan Cran, Terry and Sharon Frederiksen, Merlin Graaf, Duane Sharp, Connie Christiansen, Trudy Rossing, Christine Sinclair, Liz Wickre, Jenny Kemna, Kay Selvig and Ruth Olson. FUNERAL FOR SISTER Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard attended funeral services for her sister, Mrs. Mina Wilson at Hayti, S. D. Wednesday of last week. CUTS HAND Mrs. Elmer Gronbach cut the palm of her hand on the cover of a tin can while opening it, resulting in several stitches. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Marilyn and Mark, of Union Grove, Wis., are visiting in the home of Mrs. Hansen's sister, the Fred Hintz home. Mrs. Harry Rutz spent Wednesday with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Norman Rutz and children at Clear Lake, whose husband is attending school at Case Institute of Technology at Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Audrey Christensen and two children, Angela and Mark, of Humboldt, accompanied Mrs. Rutz to Clear Lake. Frank Cox was taken by ambulance to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last week where he is a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith attended funeral services at Milford on Thursday for Mrs. Smith's cousin Ivan Tokle, who was killed in a stock car race at Fairmont, Minn., last Sunday night. Mrs. Dora Gronbach accompanied by her two sisters of West Bend, drove to Breckenridge, Minn, on Friday to spend the weekend with their two broth- 6TS Mrs. Mabel Nelson and Kathy of DCS Moines came Thursday evening to visit her mother Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard and in the home of her sister, the Virgil Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. John Zeimet and their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zeimet of Boone attended funeral services for Mr. Zeimet's brother Henry Zeimet of Bancroft on Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Marvin Limb was taken to the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Friday where she underwent surgery for an emergency appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Torgerson of Des Moines were overnight visitors in the home of her sister, the Elmer Gronbach's Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruti and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hutz and family went to the Bill Jacobson home in Humboldt Friday evening where they celebrated the birthday of their grandson, Billy Jacobson age 3 and his uncle, Vernon Rutz whose birthdays are the same day. Gwendolyn Butler of Klemme 125 honor ~ Dale Joiners at Livermore Livermore — About 125 people attended the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner's 25th Wedding Anniversary at l che Methodist church Sunuay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz were the host and hostess for the afternoon. A display ot baby pictures, snap'siiou>, graduation pictures and their wedding picture was one of the features of the affair. Their daughter Sharon was in charge of the Guest Book and their son Larry played several musical selectiorib on his liom during the afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd Joiner and Mrs. Don Christiansen of Humboldt were in charge of the gift table and gifts. Mrs. Oliver Windrath of Sib- toy, ofetef of Mrs. Joiner, Mrs. Martin Meyers of Humboldt, sister of Mr. Joiner, Mrs. Ferris Hundertnwrk rid Mrs. Charles Joiner of Humboldt presided at the Tea fable iti serving punch and coffee. Hie color scheme of pink and white was carried out in decorations. Others that helped were: Mrs. John Warner Mrs. Floyd Christiansen, Mrs. Harold Hollar all of Humboldt, Mrs. Orville Cox of LuVerne, Mrs. Alfred Christiansen of Fort Dodge, with Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh supervising the kitchen. Towns represented were Mar shall, Minn., Milroy, Minn. Sacramento, Calif., Humboldt, Sibley, boue, Uttosen, Liuverati, i-t. Oouge and Uvermore. JOHNSON SHOWER A bridal shower was held Saturday evning July 23rd in the Fellowship Hall in the Lutheran Church for Miss Janet Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson of Elkhart, Iowa, bride- to-be of David Stock, son of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Stock of Liver* more. Corsages were presented to the btio> «tat »nd the two Mothers. Mrs. Edwin Hin*eL> tnaftft was in charge of the Program which consisted of a Pitno uuet played oy L.OII wenut and Kathie Frederick, several selections by the Melody Moms and a reading by Mrs. Hansellmann, A "purse" game was played with Mrs. Don Aure as winner, The three sisters of Miss John* son helped David and Janet with tneir guts; ivirs. ivauieiiiiti reve- rsodoit and Miss Katuy Johnson presided at the Tea Table. Decorations were carried out in the cuiui's ol oiue ana wmte. Hostesses were: Mrs. Edwin Hansellmann, Mrs. Carl Han- sellmann, Mrs. Molly Groth, Mrs. Adolph Koester, Mrs. Glenn Schultze, Mrs. Harry Rutz, Mrs. Elmer Wendt, Mrs. Ernie Haack, Mrs. Virgil Smith and Mrs. Daryl Frederick. An August wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek went home Saturday with their son Virgil, who was enroute home from Des Moines, to spend the weekend with his family in Minneapolis. - - - IN TNE ADVANCE Alice Kresensky engaged MRS. A. E. KRESENSKY, Algona, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Alice, to Cameron McPherson Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Cunningham of Lubbock, Texas. She is a graduate of The College of Wooster, Wooster, 0., and Union Theological Seminary of New York City. She then spent two years in India as a Frontier Intern for the United Presbyterian church, U. S. A. For the past two years she has been the associate director of the Presbyterian Campus Ministry at the University of Texas, Austin. Mr. Cunningham, a graduate of Texas Technological College, spent two years in the army before entering law school at the University of Texas. This summer he is a legal assistant to the regional director of legal services for the Office of Economic Opportunity in Austin. They will marry Sept. 3 in Austin, Texas, and will live there while Mr. Cunningham finishes his third year of law school. Miss Kresensky will be visiting Algona the third week of AUgUSt. ,.:-' spent from Wednesday evening until Sunday visiting with her grandparents, the Bill Davis's. Mrs. Harold Gjerstad entertained her card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A 2:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Bill Davis received high prize. Mrs. Harold Roethler low and Mrs. Allan Foth travel. Mrs. Jaocb Michelson, Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mrs. Dick Schultz and Mrs. Dale Joiner went to the home of Mrs. Harold Bolder Saturday forenoon to help her enjoy a birthday cako that her aunt in Belgrade, Montana had qrdered from Mrs. Ted Wagner t;6 be delivered on her birthday, which was Saturday. DEAR ABBY By Abigail Van Buren .... usually found only in daily papers .... advice on problems of the home, teenagers, marriage .... in short comment on actual letters. Only in the Advance. Also only in The Advance — Harlan Miller, Investor's Guide, Almanac, The Old Goat, Full Editorial Page, John Henry's "Wit By lowans", Main Stem, Plus COMPLETE NEWS — COMPLETE SPORTS — MORE PICTURES OUR PRICES ARE SO LOW THEY'RE... Going somewhere? Get your car trip-shape at Sinclair \Sinelain See your neighborhood Sinclair Dealer-he's the first stop for the last word in car care. Have him give you complete service for a care-free trip, including an oil change, an expert lubrication, and a free Safety- Check of vital parts. Drive In «* the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. Drive out trip-shape! Hilton's Sinclair Service W-3654 State & Jones Streets Algon* s PRICES SLASHED + On our sidewalk + On our main floor + On our second floor + And everywhere else + + + SAVE ON SPORTSWEAR, DRESSES, Accesories And Children's Wear at SHEAKLEYS! We have combined the COMPLETE summer stock of Emmetsburg and Algona stores tor this weekend event TREMENDOUS SELECTION AT "RIDICULOUS PRICES" AlCONA SHEAKLEYS ALOOKA

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