f v/ THURSDAY, AUG. 25, W66 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 Steadying hand PHIL KOLLASCH, Bancroft, lends a steadying hand as his 22 month old daughter Jackie holds on to the saddle horn at the pony ring at the Kossuth county fair last week. The Kol- lasches started farming near Bancroft in March of this year. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. party Farewell for Irvington woman given Irvington —- A farewell party was held at Laura Becker's, with Rita Plathe assisting hostess, for Rita Frankl Aug. 17. Present were the Fun and Do club — Deloris Kramer, Eulalia Altman, Berdie Vitzthum, Wilma Arn- dorfcr, Evelyn Froehlich, Katherine Johnson, Bernice Mayer and Stella Eischen. Other relatives and neighbors attending were Mrs. Caroline Kunkel, Mrs Vernon Klein, Mrs. Terry John son, Mrs. Orvillc Thill, Mrs. Tom Altman, Mrs. Gene Lemkee, Mrs. Mike Frankl and Mrs. Bernard Frankl. A buffet luncheon was served. Rita was given a silver tray and serving dish. The members of the Fun and Do club gave her a figurine. Rita Frankl, who has been a member of the Fun and Do club for 17 years, is now with her husband and family in the Sioux City area. Tallahassee. Mrs. Lawrence Miller, Dianne and Gary, and Mrs. Margaret Kent went to Ames Thursday and visited Mrs. Miller's parents, the Victor Applegates. Mrs. Kent's daughter Susan, who had been in Washington D. C., for 6 weeks visiting her brother, the Lewis Rents, and Margaret Kent, a sister of Susan, arrived in Des Moines, by bus from Washington, and was met there by Mrs. Miller's sister and step mother, Mrs. Wayne Byerly and Mrs. Victor Applegate, and brought to Ames, where she night. Mrs. Kent, stayed over- Mrs. Miller The Lawrence Millers went to Des Moines Sunday for the state fair. Mrs. Esther Hendricks, Sioux City, visited Aug. 14 for a week at her niece, the Robert Blacks. Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Black went to Waverly, and visited Mrs. Black's brother, the Rev. Ray Richardsons, who had recently moved from VVaukon. The women brought Mark, son of the Richardsons, home with them and he visited at the Black home over the weekend. Mrs. and children, and Susan returned home Thursday. The Gerald Hobbs family, Red Oak, and his mother Mrs. George Hobbs, Reno, Nev., came Aug 16 to visit Mrs. Gerald Hobbs parents, the Woodrow Johnsons They planned to leave for home Wednesday. The Gerald Hobbs family, formerly of Omaha where he was employed by Ca- terpiller, was recently transfer red to Red Oak. A picnic was held at the fairgrounds Wednesday and was at tended by the Verle Pattersons Lawrence Millers, James Spears family, Clarence Canadays and Mrs. Margaret Kent family. Kay, Cindy and Theresa daughters of the Dewey Skil lings, Algona, were Sunday visitors with their grandparents, the Robert Skillings. The rest of the family came in the evening. Mrs. Margaret Kent and children went to Hampton Sunday for the 19th army reunion of the 887th M.P. CO of World War II at Deeds Lake, Hampton. Mrs. Kent's late husband Lewis Kent, was a member of the 887th CO. for four years and was stationed in England and Belgium. Paul Egel a former resident of the Hendricks left Saturday for her Irvington area, now living at Es- home in Sioux City, and the Rev. I thcrville, was also a member of Richardsons came to the Black's' Monday to get Mark. The Robert Eischens, Steve, and Robert's mother, Mrs. Alex Eischen, went to Atchison, Kan., Aug. 24 where their son Steve enrolled as a freshman and will attend St. Benedict's college this fall. Steve had to be enrolled and registered by Thursday, as classes begin Monday, Aug. 29. The Eischens returned Thursday. Visitors at Bernard Capesius's Aug. 21-23 were their daughter the Dean 'Hoffmans, Bozeman, Mont. The Hoffmans left for Des Moines, and visited Mr. Hoffman's sister, the Dr. Bernhard Hermans. From Des Moines, they will go for Dallas, Texas to visit Mrs. Hoffman's sister Mrs. Maxine McCaffery. From Texas, the Hoffmans leave fpi Tallahassee, Fla., where he wil complete his doctorate in adul education at Florida State at Tal lahassee. The Hoffmans will be in Florida 10 months and the children will attend school in he 887th CO. The Albert Harms and Russell and Richard, Algona, and Don ^anaday, went to Des Moines Saturday for the State Fair. They eturned Sunday. A Sabin-Solomon reunion pic nic was held Sunday at Cleai , City Park. Attending from :his area were Mrs. Hazel Sabin Mrs. George McVay, the Ronald Sabins and Susan Smith, daugh tor of the Wayne Smiths, Wes 1 Bend, the Merrill Solomons and Susan, Spencer, and Susan's friend Patty, Mrs. Myrtle Solo mon, the Loyd Solomons ant Richard, Wayne Solomons and Shirley, Sharon and Kenneth Cresco. WIN FAIR HONORS Lickteig Bros., Algona, had the top carcass pig live and on the rail at the Emmet County Area Show at Estherville, Aug. 17. Pig cut a 6.80 loin eye. 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