Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 8, 1966
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4-ALOONA (Iowa) AOVANCI MONDAY, AUG. I, 1M6 Cecil Nail, 52 of Corwith, dies recently Corwith — Funeral services for Cecil R. Nail, 52, well-known Corwith businessman, were helc Wednesday at the Methodist church. Interment was in the Corwith cemetery. Cecil Nail, a lifelong resident of Corwith, was born April 3, 1914, the son Walter Nail. of Mr. and Mrs. He was married July 1, 1940 to Marion Stephens at the Little Brown Church, Nashua. He is survived by his wife, Marion, four children, Mrs. Robert (Patricia) Anderson, Des Moines, David, Des Moines, Jane and Mary Beth of Corwith, his mother, and two brothers, Clarence Nail, Salem, Ore., and Edward Nail, of Corwith. He was preceded in death by his father and an infant brother. He was a member of the Ma supper guests at the Lloyd Pkichef horn*. T.i 5 following ladies surprised Mrs. ChristeM Caskey on her 91st birthday Thursday morning, Mrs. Earl Gjersted, Mrs. Minnie Jackson, Mrs. Eugene Wagner and girls, Mrs. Elwood Geary and Pain, Mrs. Richard Miller and Mrs. Kathryn Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Day of Humboldt were Saturday evening dinner guest at the Tom Welter home. Cheryl Welter, who has spent the past week visiting in Humboldt returned home. Mrs. John Mullins, Mr. and Mrs. William Mullins of Arizona, visited at the Earl Chambers home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mrs. Charles Weber, Mrs. Wayne Smith and girls, Mrs. Kenneth Wagner Vickie and Ramona and Jancnc Gourley were entertained at the Norman Chambers home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Smith Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and family of Clear Lake speni the past week at the home o: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ear Chambers. Mrs. John R. Camelin went iMMMMMMMMi — PLUS WRAP-UP OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MEN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL — sonic Lodge. Blake Home was in charge. through the clinic at Rochester Kirt Schichtl was a Saturday guest of his grandparents, Mr. Funeral and Mrs. Bernard Spangler, while his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl of Britt moved to A family picnic was held Sunr Thornton. Mr. Schichtl has ac- day at Waterloo in honor of Mr. cepted the position of high and Mrs. William Mullins of school principal. Phoenix, Ariz. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bier- and family returned stedt and Rozanne of Lone Rock, Thursday evening from Mr. and Mrs. Adrian DeWaard home i ten Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer of day vacation, which took them to Cedar Falls, Mr. and vid Pals and girls Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mul lins and family of Clear Lake, Mrs. Da- the Bad Lands, Yellowstone and of Cedar Montana and other points of interest along the way. Mrs. Harry Fleming, who Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullins and while visiting in Des Moines, fell family, Mr. and Mrs. William and broke her leg, was able to Shipman and family and Mr. arid return to her home on Saturday. Mrs. John Mullins. Mrs. Dean Ramus and girls of Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls Hollywood, Fla., will spend two visited Sunday with her parents, Weeks with her mother, Mr. and 3 - " - " * Will and family PEEWEE LEAGUE (Final Standings) W Colts 5 Red Sox 5 Mets 4 Athletics .0 Games last week Wednesday Red Sox 22, Athletics 20 AMERICAN LEAGUE (Final Standings) W Tigers 6 Orioles 6 Angels 5 ) 'ankees 4 Twins 3 White Sox 3 Indians _.._...... I Results Last Week Wednesday Orioles 7, Twins 4 Thursday Tigers 14, Indians 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE (Final Standings) W Dodgers 8 Braves 8 Cards 5 Pirates 3 Reels 4 Phillies 1 Games last week Wednesday Braves 5, Phillies 2 Thursday Pirates-Phillies (Cancelled) Make-up Game Reds 9, Phillies 0 (Forfeit) Mr. and Algona. Mrs. Walter Barr at Mrs. Paul Will and family of Des Moines also visited over the Rock and Patty Puffer of Al- weekend. gona spent last week with their Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meyers and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil family of Des Moines spent the Puffer. Rhonda is staying with weekend'with her father, George Gray. .Mrs. William Gray, Clarion, celebrated her 85th birthday on her grandparents this week. 'Rev. Ronald Cowles is spending two weeks at a canoe camp , . - . in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Sunday, A family birthday party j Cowles and family are visiting was held in her honor at the, park in Clarion. Nine of her ten children were present. Mrs. Gray is the mother of Geo. Gray Mr! and Mrs. John Mullins visited Sunday evening with 1 Mrs. relatives at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. David Cram of Colorado Springs, Colo, is visiting his and Mrs. Spangler. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauwirth and Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary, Pam, Mike and Jim Widen enjoyed a picnic Sunday evening at Clear Lake. SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants 9 Senators 7 Astros 6 Cubs 4 Whittemore 0 Results last week Wednesday Senators 15, Cubs 5 Thursday Astros 10, Whittemore 1 Make-up Games Left Cubs vs. Giants Astros vs. Cubs .. . >",,,; , . . .,.!•! ,1 r 'I , 1 I I''I I I ll L 1 4 5 5 11 MEN'S SOFTBALL W Weidenhoft 8 Junnies 8 Juschers 8 Burt 5 Buds -3 Baptists 2 Universal 2 Collegians 2 Bombers 2 Results Thursday Buschers 17, Collegians 2 Games This Week Monday— Burt vs. Bombers Bunnies vs. Buscsers Tuesday— WekJenhoff vs. Universal First Baptist vs. Buds Watermelon feed for ball players The Little League season will be climaxed by a "Watermelon Feed" for all players, coaches and umpires as well as girl's soft be! I players and coaches at the old Athletic Park Wednesday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. The event will be sponsored by the Service Clubs. An exhibition game will be played between the National League All-Stars and a picked team of 8th graders from the Senior League beginning at 7 p.m. The Little League season has been completed with the Giants, Tigers and Orioles, Dodgers and Mets and Colts emerging as champions of tbeir respective leagues. Lois Chambers at Klemme and guests on Thursday at the home with the Wayne Chambers, who of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullin, are visiting there from San Bruno, Calif. . Earl Rector of Carter Lake', an uncle of the Mullins, died funeral services were held Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley attended a picnic Sunday evening at Crystal Lake for the directors of Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Delta Club members enjoyed a picnic Thursday in the Corwith park. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Lois Heil and Scott Jurgensen, Mrs. Harold Oxley and Mrs. Ethel Beer enjoyed a picnic on Monday evening in the Corwith park. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Stroup and Tom of Hampton, Mrs. Viola Brown and Randy Lenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz, were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Marr home. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram attended a family picnic Sunday at Lohrville for his mother, Mrs. C. E. Cram's 88th birthday. Albert Johnson attended meeting Monday of the Til-County Drying plant at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley were Wednesday evening picnic guests at Clear Lake with the Milo Lackores at their cottage. Mrs, Elsie Oxley left Sunday evening for a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Abbas at Seotts- bluff, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Hazel Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter and family in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber enjoyed dinner at Charlie's Supper Club at Algona Thursday evening in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers left for a two week vacation to the northeastern parts of the United States, visiting friends at Copoke, New York and relatives at Buffalo, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams. Pat and Mike, Geri Lynn and Roger and Ken Patridge were all Sunday dinner guests at the Warren Mclntdre home. Mi\ and Mrs. Lee Williams and Pat and Geri Lynn and Ro^er William were Sunday (woing on 1 Tuesday. ;Several relatives from here attended. Kenneth Patridge of Madrid spent the weekend with Mike Williams at the Lee Williams home. Miss Pat Williams of Bayard »nd Geri Lynn and Roger Wil- liims of Cedar Rapids are visiting for several weks at the Lee Aillisma home. Mr. and Mrs. William Mullins in the afternoon they visited at the Howard Mullin and the John Mullin homes. Mrs. Esther Jackson and Mrs. Harry Maw visited Wednesday evening with Mrs. Annie Wai- ke». Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pierce, Ricky and Scarlet of Indianola, former Corwith residents, were recent guests at the John Hobscheidt home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. John Me Mahon and Mrs. Ethel Hallinga, all called at the Hobscheidt home to visit the Pierces. Mrs. Mayne Severns and Mr. days with Mrs. Hanna Smith and Mrs. Francis Moldenhauer. Barbara Heise and Mervin Krauss, spent the past week at the Lutheran camp at Lake Okoboji. Charla and Sheri Green, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green of Fort Dodge spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mortimor. Trudy Shipman of Clarinda, pent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zimmerman and Todd of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spangler. of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Melvin Severns attend- WiUiam Shipman and Mr, and ed the funeral of Charles Bun- Mrs. John Mullins enjoyed din- ting and his son James at Waner Friday evening at Charlie's terloo on Tuesday. Mr. Bunting Supper Club near Algona. land son were both killed in an Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted, air crash. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgle | Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heise and Mrs. Mae Higgle attended and Judy spent the weekend at the silver anniversary of Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Higgle at For- Meyers in est City on Sunday. Don Minneapolis, Minn | Judy remained for a week. Mrs. Coye Sayre and Bert Mul- Mr. and Mrs, George Johnson lin of Blairsburg were dinner, of Nomence, 111. spent a few CLIP THIS COUPON Lu Verne Fern Bigings The following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Harold Frederick Wednesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday: Mrs. Guy Raney, Mrs. Martha King, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann. A social afternoon was spent followed by a pot luck lunch. Mrs. Frederick was presented with cards and gifts. Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation DIAMOND'S "WIN A HONDA" CONTEST (IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTEJt) „.. . n nma rui in youi name and address in the bottom of this coupon and drop in the box at Diamond's in Algona. Age restriction 6 to 96. You will get two additional coupons with each purchase of any Wrangler brand garment including girl's jeans, cut-offs, bov's jeans, no-iron slacks, shirts, cords or jackets. Men's too. Buy more, save more and get more at Diamond's. 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