i-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, AUG. 21, 19*6 I I NlWf OF ALOONA Local News -BY MOLLY MacDONALD ~ M5-7080-— i I i i Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Jensen arrived home last week Saturday from a two-week vacation in northern. Minnesota. They stayed at Big Winnebegosli Lake where Mrs. Jensen's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Levins, have a resort. Dr. and Mrs. Dan Bray had as their guests Tuesday Mrs. Orlan Ott of Waterloo, formerly of Algona, and Mrs. Ott's motlv er, Mrs. Laura Gibbons of Montgomery, Ala. Ruth Cassel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel, flew into Mason City last Monday from Chicago where she had been working this summer caring for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Douglas in suburban Hinsdale, 111. Mrs. Cassel and sons Chuck and Jim drove to Mason City to meet the plane. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher had as their guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher and family of Corwith, Ted Fisher of Granada, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lawman of Laurens, la. Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman are being visited for three weeks by their daughter, Mrs. Jacob Cliuang of Geneva, Switzerland. Mrs. Chuang, the former Marilyn Dreesman, arrived Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith have as their guest this week Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Edward Meyer of Chicago. Mrs. Meyer is arriving today (Monday) and will also visit her mother, Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shey have named their new son Douglas Jeremiah. The baby was born Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Will have been visited for several days by Mrs. Alice Saforek and her daughter Dona of Iowa City. Mrs. Saforek is a technician in internal medicine at the university hospitals. Mrs. Joe Tschetter returned home last Monday from 'Park Ridge, 111., where she had been visiting her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tschetter, ior a few days. Also visiting there was Mrs. Tschetter's niece, Margaret Howard of' Huron, S. D. Enroute home, Mrs. Tschet- ter stopped tit Bifabou, Wis., to visit Mrs. Robert Dewel. Mr. and Mrs. Ctont Hood were visited for several days last week by Mrs. Hood's sister, Mrs. Frances Bonder of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stanton arrived home last week Saturday from a vacation trip to Cross Lake, Minn,, where they stayed at the resort of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schneider, former Algon- ans. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leigh entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Elsbecker ot Fairmont, Minn., at dinner Sunday, Aug. 7, following the baptism of the Leigh's baby, Christopher Jon, at St. Cecelia ehurcn. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker are the baby's godparents. Paternal grandmotner is Mrs. Edna Leigh, Algona, and the A. J. ElsbecKers, Bancroft, are maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDon- aid and Heather left Friday to spend the weekend at the Gilbert Knudson cottage on Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove, Kitty and Virginia spent two days in Minneapolis last week. While there, they attended a Cinerama showing. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Thilges had as dinner guests Sunday, Aug. 7, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Berte of LuVerne. Tne dinner followed the baptism of the Thilges' infant, Charles Richard, at St. Cecelia church. The Bertes are the godparents of the baby, who was born July 26. Young Charles Richard has three brothers and two sisters. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew and her daughter Mrs. Jerry Anderson and children drove to Clear Whittemore Soldier MYRON A. KAUTSCH FORT RILEY, KAN. (AHTNC) — Army Cadet Myron A. Kautsch, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Cleo D. Kautsch, Whittemore, fires the M-14 rifle during weapons training at Fort Riley, Kan. He underwent six weeks of Reserve Officer Training Corps summer training. He received instruction in military skills which will qualify him for aceptance as a commissioned officer in the Army Reserves. The summer encampment ended Aug. 5. Kautsch is a student at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Lake for the day Wednesday. Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, came, from Minneapolis to spend the Aug. 13 weekend with her parents. Mrs. Ann Hanson was visited last Monday by her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Morrtenson and Todd of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bartlett left Thursday for Fort Sill, Okla., where their son Brett will stay with their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Seller, while the Bartlett* Attend Kiwanis meetings in three states. They will go to Dallas, Tex., where Mr. Bartlett will meet with the college branch of Ki* wanis, then to a convention at Birmingham, Ala., and one it Provo, Utah. They will be home the end of August. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Thll« ges entertained Mrs. Thilges' mother, Mrs. Charles Kingsley of Fort Dodge, and Mr. Thilges' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Felix ihilges and children of West Bend, at dinner recently. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson and Laura Anna spent last week Sunday at Clear Lake where Jiey met Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Elmer Christian of near Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. Leighton Misbach drove to Minneapolis Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. William Sproitl who has been visiting here this summer. On Thursday, Mrs. Misbach and Mrs. Sproul left for Chicago where they boarded a plane for London. They will be in Europe until November. Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Jeff and Billy went to Okoboji for a day last week Sunday with Mrs. Hayes' brother, Bill Bourne. They stayed at the cottage of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. The Bourne's other daughter, Mrs. David Haggart and children of Omaha were also there. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield and daughter Jennifer Kay were in Wall Lake and Sac City over the Aug. 13 weekend visiting the baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingfield, Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton, Wall Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith were in Dubuque ovef the Aug. 13 weekend to attend the weMng of Miss Sharon Fladoos on Saturday and a pre-fiuptial party Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. At Smith Have been visited the past week by Mrs, Smith's grtnd-nieccs, Cynthia and Denise Rellihtn of Ce dar Falls. The girls' parent*, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Rellihtn, were on a trip through the Black Hills. Mr. and Mr*. Joel Htrbst returned home last week Sunday from a two-week stay at Okobo- Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Harmes had as their dinner guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. dark Foss of Mesa, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Brwin Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foss and family and Mr and Mrs. Wendal Keln and family, all of St. Peter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Strelt were in Iowa City over the Aug. 13 weekend where their son Charles received his Bachelor of Science degree from the university. He and his parents returned home Sunday after stopping enroute in Cedar Rapids to visit the Streit's other son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streit and children. Mr. and Mrs. William Navoi chick are being visited by their daughter Pat and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk and son Jeffrey of LaOrosse, Wis. The Funks arrived Aug. 13 for a two-week visit. . •• •••••. Mr. and .Mrs. John Rooney returned home last week Friday with their sons Mike and Mark from a camping trip .through Minnesota and Wisconsin. New Manager JAMES D. Dougherty will replace Lloyd Gray as the manager of the Algona and Starlite drive-in theatres. Mr. Gray is going into the investment business in Colorado, and will be leaving Sept. 12. Dougherty, his wife, Patricia, and two sons, Matthew, 9, and Daniel, 8, are coming .from Norfolk, Va., where he has been stationed with the Air Force. He and his wife are originally from Sioux'Falls, S. D., and he is a graduate of the University of Omaha, with a degree in politi- cal'science. His wife is a graduate of Augustana college, Sioux Falls. The Doughertys are looking for housing, and they will attend St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Shop at the Chrischilles Store for several reasons . . . quiet, restful atmosphere of the ladies apparel floor . . . courteous salesladies . . . QUALITY merchandise regardless of price . . . the largest selection of any store in this area . . . a complete price range to choose from. YOU CAN'T DO BETTER . . . ASK THE LADY WHO SHOPS HERE . . . All the beauty of Autumn s n our new Fall Collection, Vibrant colors - figure flattering styles. Dresses — of course, and in all sizes including the hard to get petite sis* in both junior and regular petites. Also half sizes, custom sizes, and regular sizes. Transition styles begin at just $11.98 and the finer knit styles up to $75.00. You can get the right fit at this fine store. You won't find a store in this area with the selection of coats that you will find in this QUALITY store . . . man made furs, untrimmed styles, fur-trimmed fashions, and the most popular of all ... the suburban coat. .. over 300 coats to choose from ,. , priced right , . , FALL FASHION BEGINS "HOME OF QUALITY SINCE 1170"
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