Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
Page 9
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""" "'•• ' • <•• ' • '___ • ' ' -^^^^ batgams here at RidfciiJpus Days LOOKING -OVE>R .the merchandise during Ridiculous Days was Mrs. Shirley >Snyder 'who is being assisted by Chuck 'Baker, Hub Clothiers clerk. The costumes were ridiculous as well as the prices .at which the merchandise was sold in Algona. -The bargains were redlly tops all along the street. ......... Photo by Mike Stillman. PURCHASING A BAG of goodies at Mayor Bill "Micky" Finn's bakery was Mrs. G. D. Shumway. The hair-curler ridiculous clerks are "Nancy 'Leigh and Cathy Darbyshife. 'In'the stroller Granddaughter Becky Howe keeps a wary eye on the photographer who she thinks is not very ridiculous. Photo by Mike Stillman. BATMAN AND ROBIN during Ridiculous Days Friday were Gerald Hentges and Phil Diamond. •Photo by Mike Stillman. ;. .i..MH-H''H"H"l"H"H"H"M'l I HI H III 1 I » 11 11 I*-H"M'I"H"H"H Around Algona Lett has joined the Waves and will leave soon for the'East to begin, her training. So the weekend was spent in a family get- to-gether and with visiting .the elder Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson drove to Manchester Saturday byONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 |..i.,i.,i,.t i 1 | | 1 | 1 I I 1 I II |..|..1..|..|..1..|..|..|..|..|..|,.|..|..|..|.. H ..H-H"H-HH Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steph- cnson, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Forrest Brown, Las Vegas, came a week ago and left ;for home Monday. The women are the former Helen and Adris Peterson and they were joined on Sunday by the third sister Lucille, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson, of Royal. Mrs. Brown expects to come again later when her husband can come too. Mrs. Fred Plumb who came week before last from the Fair mont hospital, returned there Tuesday for tests and hopes to begin speech therapy soon. Diana Miller, .of Fairmont, has been staying with her grandparents. Weekend guests at the Glenn Jones home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones, Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lett with daughters Kristi and Donna, Des Moines, Harold, Glenn, and Mrs. Lett are brothers and sister and their mother is Mrs. Bessie Jones of Good Samaritan Home. Kristi family, and enroute home .stopped to call on W. C. Irelan at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge where he is now making good progress toward recovery. ' ••• Jean Nicholaou, daughter of the Howard Frenches,. ;j arrived Saturday night. She .flew :*from Greece to New York, then ran into the air strike and,..ha<i to travel by bus as far as ^Chicago where she was- able, to'get : a plane into Mason 'City and was met there. On Sunday she went to see her father at Veterans' Hospital in Des , Moines where he is seriously ill and is hoping to get her mother placed under care too while she is here. Her brother Russell has returned to Phoenix after spending a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Ed Wolcott drove to Fairfield on Saturday taking the latter's mother, Mrs. C. F. Wheeler, to the home of her other daughter, Mrs. John Waggamon. They then went to Davenport to visit Mrs. Wolcott's son, his wife and grandchildren before returning home. Joyce Sterling-Nelson, daughter of the Frank Sterlings, re- ceived a Bachelor of Science de* gree in Foods and Nutrition with a major in Dietetics at Iowa State University, and her parents attended the graduation ceremony at Ames on July 16. Joyce has accepted .an appointment for an internship in Dietetics >at Hiland Alameda County, in Oakland, Calif., and July 18 with her two nine year old Lori; and Beth, six. Frank Sterling accompanied his daughter and grandchildren by car to Alameda .where they have an apartment, then, he came home by train, .arriving Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Seeman came Wednesday of last week from their .home at La Mesa, Calif., to visit his mother, Mrs. Anna Seeman whom they toolf to Mason City Monday to consult a specialist. Mrs. Seeman had surgery earlier at Augusta, Kan., where she was staying with her daughter. Ida Peterson and her sister, Mrs. W. C. Dewel, returned Thursday of last week from S.i Dakota where they had spent'' two weeks with their oldest brother, Alfred Peterson, who is hospitalized at Clear Lake, S. D. His home is Brandt, S. D.^ where; he was a Rock Island station agent for years, and he has an apartment there. The Algona women traveled by bus and had to stop overnight enroute each way. On Friday their brother, Elmer Peterson, came from Briti and took them and their sister, Mrs. A. B. Clayton, to Livermore where they spent the afternoon with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Harold Roethler and family. The Glenn Segers were in Des Moines recently to attend the funeral of a ^cousin. Weekend guests were their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wright, of Iowa City, and the Lee and Floyd Wyckotfs, Wibaux, Montana. The Wyckoffs had come to Iowa to attend the funeral of their brother, Earl Wyckoff, Des Moines. They are all cousins of Mrs. Seger. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harmon, Weidon Springs, Mo., were overnight guests of the William Wyatts. They were returning from a trip to South Dakota. The Harmons, parents of the Wyatt's idaughter-in-lawc Mus^ George Wyartt, are leaving Aug. 17 for WEARING THIS Phyllis Diller .right Wig 'for Ridiculous Days last week was Frank Saiter. • - Photo by Mike Stillman. I—ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE , THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1966 IN TOP HAT, 'wing collar "and end of "nose spectacles for Ridiculous Days Friday was Chuck Sheakley. The frock coat was a bit on the warm side. Photo by Mike Stillman. Philadelphia where they will ) train for Peace Corps work. On completing the training period, I they will have a ten day leave and then go to India for two years. Mr. Harmon is an artist and his wife a registered nurse. Mrs. Alfred Larson has been visited by ! her son Roland and family of Grand Rapids, Mich. week Roger Bauer and his mother, of Forest 'City, visited Mrs. Ogren with whom ; Roger ha4 stayed during "three years while he worked for, John Deere in Algona. H •;••.. The J. B. Asas were at Rochester Friday where Mrs. Asa had stitches removed from, her hand. She had undergone further surgery on the tendone July 18 and again was a patient at St. Marys till the following Saturday. She will return to the Clinic in .a couple of weeks to have the hand checked. . On Sunday, July 24, Mr. and Mrs. Merrett Eitle Miller and son, of Wagner, S. D., visited his aunt, Mrs. Marie Ogren, and •ate» • with -'Lu Verne i 'relatives' • on that weekend. The previous Dr. L. Potter came home Friday from Park Hospital and after a week of y rest is;; returning there today for'further examination. . . Harry Cutler is reported to be now recuperating'from a serious illness followed by .surgery on July 18 at the'Fort Dodge Lutheran Hospital, ..jjiut is not yet well enough to be dismissed. 'Mr. and Mrs: Roger 'Anderson and two sons, 'Lexington, Nebr. arrived Wednesday; of last week for a visit with' his parents, the R. W. Andersons, and his broth er Jerry. They':"returned home on Tuesday. On Saturday the parental Andersons, son Roger's family, with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson and daughters Vicki and Jeri ; R*e drove to Minneapolis to see the Twins-Baltimore baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Dunsee and two children, Waterloo, dame Sunday to visit for a couple of days at the George Yeoman home. Mr. Dunsee is a son of Mrs. Yeoman. The Rev. and Mrs. William R. Noland left Sunday afternoon on Vacation and supply speakers will occupy the Methodist pulpit during his absence on Aug. 7 and Aug. 14. Mrs. Curtis Haahr, church secretary, is also taking two weeks off and she, her husband of the ASCS office, and their three children are going to Yellowstone traveling with their trailer and plan to be away ten days. the-Methodist WSCS General meeting is being held this morning in the church dining room with Coffee served by the Executive Board. The program," A Look at India" will be given by Mrs. Allen Salisbury. Sunday Dinners Got You Down ? BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 7th AND EVERY SUNDAY THEREAFTER 11 A.M.-7 P.M. Featuring: ROAST BEEF • BAKED HAM • TURKEY & DRESSING • SALAD BAR Childr8n (under 12) LUDWIG'S CAFE DOWNTOWN ALGONA CIAL VALU -TWO- 5 x 7" PHOTOGRAPHS 18 Wallet Size Photographs Ret. $12.60 NOW ONLY $ LIMIT — ONE PERSON TO A PHOTOGRAPH 2.87 THIS OFFER GOOD AUG. 4-thru AUG. 12 NO AGE LIMIT Due to previous commitments, we will not be able to take photographs on Saturday, Aug. 6 (NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY) POUMDSTONE STUDIO 124 N, N«*ra P*JW"J 296-7013

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