Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 1, 1966
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MONDAY. AUG. 1, 19M ALOONA (Iftwi) ADVANCt-J N1WS OF ALGONA I I I Local News BY MOLLY MacDONALD — 295-7080 - I I I I Mrt. Donald Ferris' parents,! Mrs. Robert Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs, C. B. Schouten of three children of Waterloo visit- Keokuk, returned to their home ed here for a week recently at Friday after visiting a few weeks the home of her parents, Mr. at the Ferris home. They had and Mrs. Ken Pierce, Two of the come for the wedding of their children, Rebecca and Richard, granddaughter, Charlene La-' are remaining with their grand- Barre, now Mrs. John Connelly, parents for a short stay. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. Ferris' sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Recent visitors at the Ed Sindelar home were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sindelar of Risser and children of Keokuk, | Davenport, and their grand- an ^unt, Mrs. Frank Quinn, also children, Cindy Lou and Rob * w- i...I. ., .. "' of Keokuk, and anotner sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Morris and Susan of Milwaukee. Mrs. Wade Sullivan left today for a week's stay at the Gilbert Knudson cottage on Okoboji. Mrs. Knudson is Mrs. Sullivan's sister. Miss Sheila Sullivan of Minneapolis will join her mother there for the week. The other daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald and Heather will spend some time there this weekend. Miss Helen c. Lickteig of Wesley and Miss Jo Ellen Milder of Algona will be among nearly 200 Extension Volunters scheduled to train for home mission service at St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peirce were visited recently by Mi-, and Mrs. Harold Hummel and Milton of Michigan City, Ind. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob were McDonnell, also of Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Mil** Sloniker had as their guests over the July 23 weekend Mr. and Mrs Tea Becker of Kenosha, Wis Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Sloniker are cousins. The Beckers were' T _-,_„,!)„ enroute to Yellowstone Nation- „ °*rrr In Swea City parade TAKING PART IN the Swea City Fair and Field Days parade Wednesday were the four Republican candidates for county offices. Standing at the left in the picture is Republican County Chairman C, R. Schoby. The candidates, left to right, are W. B. (Bing) MacDonald, candidate for county attorney; Karl Kiilsholm, state representative candidate; Don Jorgenson, candidate for county treasurer; and Mrs. Mertie Huber, candidate for county recorder. at 7:45 in the American Legion Barbara bui iidi n g. al Park. Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman returned home last week Saturday from a two-week vacation trip to Colorado. With their two older sons, Bill and John, they camped at Rocky Mountain National Park and also spent some time in Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley were visited for a week by their daughter, Mrs. Robert Gergen and her daughters Laura and Cathy of Minneapolis. They returned to Minneapolis last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Armstrong were visited over the July 23 Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McCabe spent a few days at Okoboji recently. day evening at a dinner Stub's Ranch, Spencer. Feting Mrs. Clayton Pittman was in tne Hershbergers were Mr. and West Union, la., last Monday. Mrs Elgin Allen> Mr. and.'Mrs. T^I ~~ j) on Camenisch, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Leon visiting her sister, Mrs. Delmar tern. visited over the July 23 weekend i weekend by Mr. Armstrong's by Mrs. Koob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeCook of Sigourney, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robinson are being visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder and daughters Sara and Laurie were in Creston, Iowa, last week Saturday for Mrs. Snyder's 25th class reunion. While there they visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Orian Cheetham. Miss Margaret Ann Beardsley of Cheverly, Md., and Cindy Beardsley, daughter of the Tom Beardsleys of La Puente, Calif. arrived last week at the Howarc Beardsley, home..Other members of the family will be arriving ister and her family, Mr. and VIrs. Rex Cottington, Jeffrey and Bradley of Council Bluffs. Judy Knoll, daughter of -Mr and Mrs. Larry Knoll, had as icr guest last week Margaret Peters of Burlington, la. An other friend, Mary Ellen Nieman of York, Neb., is spending the summer at the Knoll home. Mr. and Mrs. William Stude lad as their guest recently Linda Gant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gant, iormer Algonan now living in Madison, Wis. this week to help celebrate Mr and Mrs. Beardsley's 50th wed jding anniversary Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knoll were visited recently by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoll o Charles City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Love spent last week Sunday at visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Keith arrived home last week Saturday! Christie and Mr. and Mrs. How from Berkley, Calif., with their a rd Stephenson. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Howe and Rebecca. The Howes left Thursday ; or New Haven, Conn., where tfr. Howe will join the faculty of Yale University. Rebecca will remain with her grandparents for a short visit. SOC/ETY DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Mrs. Donald Hutchison were first in the duplicate bridge contest held Monday evening, July 18. Other winners were: Mrs. Roy Coslow and Mrs. Harold Jacobson, both of Britt, second; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peirce had Phil Diamond and Mrs. John as weekend visitors recently , Snere, third; Mrs. H. M. Smith their son and his family, Mr. and 'and Mrs. J. C. Everds fourth Mrs. George Peirce, Christie and j Ths , nex1 ; 'duplicate Gindy^of Waterloo.-—- The twp u " 1 " r ~~' 1 girls remained for a week's visit. Mrs. W. E. Hawcott held high score last Wednesday at the Country Club. Other winners were Mrs. Dale Farnham and Mrs. Merlon Baker. This Wednesday the Club event will be the ladies invitational golf and bridge meet. Youngsters damage P.lvcrvicw cemetery It was discovered Wednesday morning that 15 tombstones hac been overturned at Riverview cemetery in Algona. The mark ers were damaged only slightly as they struck the ground, and they will be set up in their plac es soon. Police have since identified the pranksters as juveniles be,will tween the ages of six and twelve be Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hershberger and two sons drove to Clear Lake last week Friday to Meet Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alberts and th c ir three children of Cedar Falls. The Alberts are former Algona teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christie Mankato | had as their guests for several days recently Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Harold Shelton and their were visited recently by their ] four children of Glasgow Air son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen and daughter Lisl of Lansing, Mich. The younger Jensens also spent a week in Council Bluffs with her parents before returning to Lansing. Force Base, Montana. Marilyn Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, will eave Thursday by train for San Francisco to visit her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Harris. She will spend two weeks there. Visitors in Algona recently were Mr. and Mrs. George Fox and family of Peoria, 111. While here, they visited Mr. Fox's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox, am Mrs. Fox's sister and family, Mr and Mrs. William Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogooi of Los Angeles arrived Saturda> for a month's visit with Mrs by 'BO' One advantage of being old is that you can whistle while washing your teeth. * QUESTION: I was hauling ground feed in my car trailer and four sacks fell off into the path of an approaching car. To avoid hitting them he ran off the road and crashed into a tree. I am being sued for $25,000 damages. What kind of liability insurance would protect me in this ease? * ANSWER: Auto liability. Set us for higher limits on your coverage. The new shock treatment — the psychiatrist who sends his bills in advance. * Sign on marriage license door: OUT TO LUNCH — THINK IT OVER. Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Aigona Iowa Monday, evening,,.August years old. HOME FOR SALE First Time Offered Story and one-half. Downstairs: Carpeted living room (with fireplace), dining room, den, large kitchen (new cupboards). 3 bedrooms and bath up. Gas furnace, large garage. Excellent location on South Minsesota Street. 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