Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 25, 1966
Page:
Page 15
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Sweo C/f yon wins showmanship award ters will soon be entering School, but will be here for a short time with hef father who is making slow recovery from his severe injuries in the June 21st car accident. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bacon, Waltham, Minn., who had taken their heiphew, Steven Guderian, back to his home at San Diego, and had stopped to pick up their daughter Jane Ann at Huntsville, Ala. enroute, drove back from the Coast i mmediately when advised of the sudden death of Merrill's stepmother, Mrs. Ployd Bacon, and arrived at the Henry Guderian home Sunday evening. Their daughter Bonnie and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slice, came Monday from Rochester, Minn. Merrill's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund and two children arrived Saturday evening from Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. Duane Brown, youngest daughter of Floyd Bacon, arrived back at Minneapolis Monday nighl from Sacramento, Calif., and drove to Algona Tuesday morn ing for the funeral service on Tuesday afternoon at the Algona 'resbyterian church for Mrs Floyd Bacon who died last Thursday at her home. WINNING THE beef showmanship award at the Kossuth County Fair was Paul Thoreson, Swea City, with his short- horn. The judge commended Thoreson for his excellent showing of the animal and his calm attitude during the show. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Around Algona byONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pickett with his parents, the Russell Picketts and son Jerry, of Ankeny, were Sunday guests of L. S. Muckey and Bob Williams'. Jim, now in the Army, is on a short leave and will go to Fort Benning, Ga., to start officers' training on Aug. 28, an 18 week's course. He had been at Columbia, S. C. for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman, Shakopee, Minn., visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Stan Muckey, from Friday to Monday and with the Muckey family attended the annual Blinkman family reunion held Sunday at the home of Mrs. John Foth. Other Algonians in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark and Tim, the William Foth family, Mrs. Minnie Blinkman. From Storm Lake came the David Blinkmans; from Manly, the Clayton Blinkmans; from Wallingford, the Walter Blink- mans; and from Truman, Minn., Mrs. Ormal Steffan. trip of three days. Monte left yesterday for Clarence where he will teach history in the high school and will coach basketball. Mrs. Pearson, on vacation from the clerk's office, will be back on the job next week. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones, got home Monday morning from St. Louis where he went by bus from Des Moines with 100 other boys, winners of the trip on a Seven-Up project, to see and hear the Beatles. Gary was the only one who went from this area and rode from Fort Dodge to Des Moines and back there with other winners, then was met Monday by his parents and arrived home a tired boy. at Graettmger and later at Ruthven. More than 100 former students and their families were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Galbraith and children came Wednesday from Des Moines and remained till Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Raymond Galbraith. Jim was completing his vacation from the Meredith Pub. Co., where he is employed in the Art department. Todd Wayne, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson, was baptized Sunday, Aug. 21, by the Rev. Wm. Noland at the morning worship in the Methodist church. Next Sunday will be Promotion Sunday throughout the church school and children being promoted from second to third grade classes will receive their gift Bibles during the church hour. Mrs. Carl Pearson and son Moate arrived home last weekend from Brainerd, Minn., where they'd visited at the Evan Finnell home and were accompanied to Algona by a sister, Irma Greiner who flew from California to Brainerd and will leave here by plane to return to Coronado on Aug. 30. The Finnell's son Pete, on leave from the Navy a Norfolk, Va., left on Wednesday to return to duty. That day Mrs Finneil, Miss Greiner, Mrs. Pear son and son Monte drove north to Winnipeg on a sightseein Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson eturned home Sunday from Jrainerd, Minn., where they had pent a week with Mrs. Richardon's sister's family, the Wayne 'ezlers. Mrs. Anna Stapleton, Lake Park, accompanied by a son, a daughter, and their families from. California, came Friday to visit Mrs. Stapleton's sister-in- law, Mrs. Bessie Jones, at Good Samaritan Home, and with the Glenn Jones family. They were joined here by Glenn's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jam"e Lett, of Des Moines, who also visited her mother, and had i reunion with the California rela tives at the Glenn Jones home. and their patio is close to the river. The neighborhood consists mostly of retired people and Horace can fish from hi? own backyard. They have come to like the climate both winter and summer and are very happy in their choice of a spot in which to retire. W. C. Irelan was released Sat urday from Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge and was accompan ied home by his daughter, Mrs Robert Middleton, who came to Fort Dodge by bus from. River side, Calif. She does not plan to remain long since her two daugh Edward Thompson returned Tuesday from Colorado Springs where he had visited his sister Marilyn's family, going by train. The John Thompson's daughter Virginia and her family, the Duane De.vines, recently moved :rom Rockwell City to Storm Lake where - Duane will teach next year and will coach wrestling. He took graduate work at South Dakota U during the summer and the family lived in a trailer at Vermilion. They have now bought a home at Storm Lake. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1966 Alice and Mr. Cunningham returned to Algona with her mother, and will be here this week. On Monday evening a miscellaneous shower was held at the Presbyterian church in honor of the bride to be : with Mesdames Hugh Colwell, Lloyd Robinson, Jerry Lewis, Jas. Dodds, Richard Burt, Alfred Schenck, Antone Johnson, Al Agena, A. D. Crawford, Marc Moore, Joseph Skow, and Leon Martin serving as hostesses. On Tuesday a luncheon and shower held at the Country club in Alice's honor was hosted by Mesdames Eugene Murtagh, Wade Sullivan, F. L. McMahon, H. F. Fristedt, and G. W. Stillman. Other courtesies are b3ing extended to Alice and her future husband during the week. On Saturday Mrs. Krssensky will fly with her daughter and Mr. Cunningham to Austin where the couple will be married on Saturday, Sapt. 3 at Westminster Presbyterian church. Alice is engaged in Campus Ministry at the University O'f Texas where her fiance is a third year law student. THREE GRADUATE Throe from Kossuth received B. A., degrees at the summer commencement at Uuena Vuta college, Storm Lake. They m Liefly, Algop, Afld R«g*t Hazel Markovetz and KAthie^Ut^.SweA City,,. •MMOMMMMMIMMMM VOTE FOR LOUIS BALG DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR / , R FIRST DISTRICT, KOSSUTH COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION SEPT. 6 CONSERVATIVE BUT PROGRESSIVE. Alice Kresensky and her mm COOPER GARRIGAN KEITH CHRISTIE ALGONA fiance, Cameron arrived Saturday Cunningham, from Austin, Tex. They flew to Des Moines and from there came with the Don Aliens to Riceville for the wedding of a cousin, Kathy McGovern, on Saturday morning. Alice's mother Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, drove to Riceville with the Elmer Elberts of Whittemore. Others of the family in attendance included the James Dodds, Algona, the Robert Krauses, Fcnton, and the Donald Ohl family, Long Beach, Calif. ON COACHES CORNER SATURDAYS AT 11:05 A.M. KLGA RADIO All materials for the Goodwill Services should be delivered by he end of this week and the ruck will be here from Sioux ?ity for pick-up on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey have jcen storing things in their garage for several years but they are moving and a new place must be found in which to store it. Greg, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Duncan, left Tuesday of last week after enlisting in the Navy for three years as is allowed at that age, and went from Des Moines to San Diego to begin boot training. Mrs. E. L. Rekers, Cedar Falls, is coming tomorrow for a brief visit with her sister, June, Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley. Mrs. Rekers, the former Marian Corey, is now working as secretary in the Home Economics department at State college of Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle entertained Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle of Burt at dinner Tuesday of last week in honor of Jack's mother, Mrs. PI. D. Clapsaddle and were joined for dessert by Mr. and Mrs. Don Clapsaddle of the Acreage Motel. Mrs. Chuck Bahr, Mrs. Jim St. John, and Mrs. Eldon Winkel honored Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle at a coffee one day recently with 35 friends in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zeigler, David, Mark and Jeanette, of Marion, spent the weekend with his parents, the Wilbur Zeiglers, and on Sunday afternoon went to Emmctsburg for a reunion of the men who had been in Wayne's "On the Farm Training" classes during the years 1950-57 when he was stationed Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle of Cape Coral, Fla., left for home Monday afternoon, going by bus from Fort Dodge. She came to Iowa with her two grandsons, Don Jr., and Jon who had driven to Florida on vacation anc while here visited at homes of the two sons Don and Dr. Jack Clapsaddle. The Horace Clap saddles went to Florida in June of last year and were in an apartment until they moved into their newly built home on Nov. 20. Their backyard faces a canal where they have their own dock r THE SENSATIONAL SOUND OF JAMES BOND & THE AGENTS Friday, Aug. 26th - DANOIN8 STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. The PINE ROOM (HOTEL ALGONA) Don't wait. Install a gas room heater in that hard-to-heat room now. Take care of trouble spots or problem And a gas room heater works economt- rooms in your house the simple, eco- cally, just as all your other gas appliances nomical way. With a gas room heater, do. See your gas company now for the Put it in a window, a wall, against the names of gas heating contractors who in* baseboard; there's a gas heater to fit any- stall gas heating equipment. Gas makes Where, With no flue or chimney needed, the big difference, (Costs less, too.) INSTALL GAS HEATING EQUIPMENT NOW — NO BILLING UNTIL SEPTEMBER NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO 10 EAST STATE STREET - ALGONA

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free