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

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 8, 1966
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i-ALOONA (lewi) ADVANCI MONDAY, AUG. I, 19M Mr. and Mrs, Le» Kenyan Were visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danson of Sullivan, Mo., and the Damon's daughter, Mrs. Robert Mann of Vienna, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Danson are former Algerians. Guests of the Paul Seeleys over the July 30 weekend were Mrs. Seeley's brother and his Wife, Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Neill Hintz of Leavenworth, Kan. Mrs. Laura Hintz accompanied her son and daughter-in-law back to Leavenworth and is remaining there for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laws, Debbie and Brocke, returned home lest week Sunday from a week's Camping trip in the Ozarks. The Laws' youngest child, Travis, stayed with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dicks in Moravia, la., for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kolp were visited for a few days last week by Mr. and Mrs. Chad James of West Liberty, la. Patricia Kenyon, daughter of the Les Kenyons, returned home recently from Mankato State col- tege where she was attending summer school. Patricia will be a junior at Mankato this fall. halz of Spencer and Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Peterson who are on a trip from Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mr*, DMA Mrs. Kirk Hayes and three sons spent a week at her parents' cottage on Okoboji recently. Mr. Hayes joined the family for the weekend, returning home with them last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gramow were visited last week Saturday by their son and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Granzow of New Ulm, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt left last week Saturday for Okoboji wlhere they are staying at the Harry Godden cottage for two weeks. They will be joined there by their daughter and son- in-law, Dr. and Mrs. James McLeran and Steven of Iowa City. Linda Buscher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buscher, and Donna Kenyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lcs Kenyon, are spending three weeks at Camp Gaywood, Clear Lake, as counselors. They began work July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grosser spent last week Sunday at Spencer with Mr. Crosser's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grosser of West Bend. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck- at tefatfe going fo fa* honw .tanloi^Rrockman fe ftpeftding " * J "^ the w«k with h«r cousin, Connie Webnef in Mwon City. Plenty Room for Big Baking. IT** Tpfc •!• Big Broiling... with Gas! GAS RANGE Huge 25" x 20' oven has Cook and Ketp-Warm system. Easily handles kingly roasts, the grandest . turkeys, your biggest casseroles. Simply dial cooking time and temperature. When food's done, oven automatically lowers to holding temperature, keeps meals serving-perfect for hours. Special low 140- degree heat ideal for warm-ups and thawing frozen foods, too. I Same oven compartment has 80% larger broiling pan. Takes 25 hamburgers, 20 lamb chops, 4 half chickens, four 1'/4-pound steaks. Enjoy speedier, tastier Ultra-Ray broiling. Exclusive design infra-red broiler burner*, guaranteed for life, aims intense cooking heat that gives delicious char-broil flavor, reduces spatter, makes clean-ups fast, easy. Broiler is ideally located, waist-high. New Caloric 75 brings gas cooking to peak perfection. See how many ways—now! •U.S. Patent 3,122,197 "Nothing Interrupts Your Thermogas Service" Thermogas Co. of Algona have as their guest this week Bonnie Homan of Minneapolis. Mr*. Ckne Hood iptfit a tow days in Des Moines recently visiting her sisters , Mrs. Frances Bonder and Mrs. C. W. Connor. Mrs. Hood returned home last Monday. being visited for a few days this Dr. and Mrs. M. 6. Bourn* arc week at their cottage on Okoboji by their daughter, Mrs. David Haggart and sons David, Mark and Kicky of Omaha. Mr. Haggart spent the weekend with his lamily at the Bourne cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Goddcn art jeing visited by their son and his tamily, Mr. and Mrs. Warren odden, Jennifer and Philip, of uhicago. Mr*. Richard Thoreton, Becky and David, spent a week at the cottage ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. nJugene Murtagh, at Okoboji. Mr. Tnoreson joined them over the July 30 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer spent a week on Gull Lake near brainerd, Minn., with their daughters Lori and Dana. The family returned home last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood were visited for a few days recently by Mrs. Hood's cousin, Father Adrian Lickteig of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrett were in Omaha for two days cently visiting Kenneth Keren of Louisville, Ky. Mr. Heren and Mr. Parrott were in the service together during World War li and had not seen each other since 1943. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan and their two children spent the Ju ly 30 weekend at the Harold Cowan cottage on Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lierley drove to Fort Dodge Wednesda; morning to meet tneir daughter Karen who is on vacation from the Washington, D.C., School 01 Ballet. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres Keith, Joan and Dorothy, spen a week at Taylor Falls, Minn. on a camping trip recently. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller Marsha and Cindy, were in Min iroapolis last Sunday and Mon day. They attended a Twins game while there. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday July 24, to attend the funeral o Mr. Blossom's aunt, Miss Grace Rait. Mrs. Fred Wegener spent To esday afternoon visiting her dau ghter-iri-law, Mrs. Dale Wegener in Swea City. Marne Parrott, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dean Parrott, had as her guest for a few days recently Cindy Heeren of Sedalia, Mo. Mrs. Earl Lierley and daughters Kathy, Karen and Patrice, and Mrs. Lierley's mother, Mrs. Bess Walenz, drove to Omaha yesterday. (Sunday) where Kathy was honorce at a bridal shower. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom had as tiheir guests over the July 30 weekend Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardal of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller were visited this weekend by Mrs. Miller's brother and his wife, Mr, and Mrs. Dwight Faulkner and family of Anaheim, Calif. Patricia Ferris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ferris, was home over the weekend from Racine, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elbert, children, Ralph and Natasha, and mother, Mrs. Freidlander, all of Dayton, Ohio, visited last week at the Ralph Elbert home. Idaho. A (wft *»* born on Tuesday, My 26th to Mr. fcfld MM. Doft. aid M*ye« in Minn<*poli$. He w*igjt£d « Ibd. afid 11 «. MM! named Rodney Allen, Mrs. Meyers is the former Carol ftetee, Mr. and Mrt. WUmet Tabb and family and her sister and family, Mr, and Mrs. Robert A. Anderson of Joplin, Minn, spent a week camping Minnesota. in northern " Dennis and Kathy Jurgensen, children of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jurgemen of Algona spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Tabb. Other weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lynn of Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Anderson and family of Joplin, dinn. returned home on Thursday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perkin, and her sisters and families. Duane Heimen is at National fuard Reserve summer camp at Camp Ripley, Minn. Norma Heimen of LuVerne spent Thursday with Mrs. Duane Heimen. 295-2841 S. Phillips St. Algona Rust of Kanawha, and Mrs, Don Hoover and sons of California visited on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs, William Erdman. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman visited Mrs. Erdtnan's sister, Mrs: James Murray at the hospital in Ames on Friday, Mrs. Ella Padgett and Mrs, Kathryn,.Reed of Santa Monica, Calif, visited a few days with their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Mick Will of Marshalttown spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankins, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mrs. Esther Kouba and Mrs. Charles Mortimpr visited Tuesday, July 126 in flie evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson in honor of their 49th anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman attended a pic- nic In the Call park in Algon* afctef of tilt bride, ilfftd i* the fh§ Arnold on Sunday, Swca City man takes bride from South Dakota Swea • Eagle — Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carr are now at home at 734V 2 S. Lake Ave., Sioux Falls, S. D., after a wedding trip to Colorado. Mrs. Carr is the former Pat Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox of Rapid City, S. D., and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. flower girl, DoMM Koons was best man. A f*g*ttm to the church hill immediately following the ceremony wit held. MM. Gut "witt toe • aeiiidf at Sioux Valley, Hoflpitol School of Nursing in Sioux Falto. He recently graduated from Netttetoti, College in Sioux Falls, and is employed as an accountant for the Chtistensen Corporation at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cordes of Rolfe were Sunday callers at the Glenn dark home, Betty and Maxine Clark are vacationing in the Canadian Roc- kies. They will return about the middle of August. The Wendell Troffs were here from St. Paul Sunday to visit at the home of her sister, the Low- Harold Oarr, Swea City. They ell Craigs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin were married July 16, at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, when the Rev. Joseph Zeller conducted the double ring rites. Mrs. Donald Koons, Estherville, sister of the groom, was matron of honor, and Carol Fox, Geerdes were other guests. Rick Troff, 13, has been spending a good share of the summer at the Craigs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer and family attended the wedding of a cousin at the Methodist church at Buffalo Center, Sunday. day evening visitors at the home of her sisters, Joan and Beatrice Lodden, EsthemUe, to meet »n aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mw. John Peterson of Polk City, who were visiting there, A week ago Sunday, guests at the Edwin Frerichs home to eel' ebrate her birthday, were her mother, Mrs. Hazel Baldwin, of Ayrshire, and other family members, the John Cullins and family and Ruth Baldwin, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cullin, Le Mars, Jim Cullin, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ming, Truman, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Isder, Huntington. Their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Sutherland, of Faribault, Minn., and their daughter, were recent dinner guests at the home of the Pearson brothers and Edna. Saturday evening, the Edwin Frerichs and family were guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Hazel Baldwin, Ayrshire, to see her brother and family, the Jim Baldwins, of Dayton, Ohio. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Corwith Mrt, Harry L, Maw e»»«e Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack, Ten and Jerry of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Harry Maw home. 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