Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 29, 1966
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•-ALOONA (1<mi) ADVAHCi MONDAY, AUG. 79, OF ALGONA BY MOllY MCDONALD EOT mm HSSSI mm was Mr. and Mr*. Galen DeValois returned recently from a week's vacation at the Mariners-sponsored family camp at the Presbyterian campsite on Okoboji. Their two older daughters, Deb- bit and Linda, accompanied them while Mr. DeValois' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben DeValois of Or- aftge City kept their youngest child, Karen. Mrs. Bernard Yeoman returned home Friday from Cedar Falls where she is enrolled at State College of Iowa. She will go back to SCI in September for the fall term. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison entertained a group in her home Wednesday evening for Mrs. Priscilla Southgate Furjanick of Long Beach, Calif., who has been visiting here. Mrs. Furjanick is a former Algonan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore and family spent 10 days vacationing in Rhinelander, Vvis., receuiu^. They returned home Aug. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grosser were in Spencer last week Saturday for the funeral of Mr. Grosser's brother, Homer Grosser. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson had as their guests over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Peter Langmack of Cedar Rapids. Mr. Langmack was here to compete in the golf meet at the Country Club. Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelley were visited last week by their daughter Susan of Lexington, Ky. Tne Kelleys drove to Lexington and returned home with Susan last week Saturday. She remained here until Friday, then returned to Lexington where she teaches at the University of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt had as weekend guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Gates of Indianola, la. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Monroe and son. Sean spent two weeks in CMntonville, Was., recently vacationing with Mr. Monroe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K, M. Monroe of Baltimore, Md., and Mrs. Monroe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mangum of Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Wyatt were visited last Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mohler anu daughter Mary of Bedford, la. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan were visited recently at their cottage on Okoboji by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dale and children of Northridge, Calif. The Dales traveled from there to Des Moines last week where Mr. Dale performed at the State Fair with the Lawrence Welk orchestra. They returned to Aigona over the weekend where Mr. Dale was the featured entertainer at Charlie's Supper Club. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst and children spent two weeks in Rhinelander, Wis., recently at the summer home of Mrs. Herbst's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lacy of Highland Park, 111. The Herbsts returned last week Sunday. Shirley Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson, returned home last week Sunday from spending the summer visiting in Iowa City. Weekend visitors at the Robert Laing home recently were Mr, and Mrs, Fred Long and family of Coon Rapids, la. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson had as their guest last Monday and Tuesday Carol Sue Sti- nogel of Fort Dodge, a student at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon drove to Walker, Minn., last week Saturday to pick up the daughter Ann who had been attending Camp Danworthy. The Bohannons spent some time in Duluth and Minneapolis before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon were visited last week by their daughter, Mrs. James Chapman of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Chapman came to attend a shower for Alice Kresensky. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hayes and sons left Wednesday to spend a few days in Minneapolis. From there they drove to Okoboji to visit Mrs. Hayes' parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, at the Bourne cottage over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson were visited last week Sunday by Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. W. J. Becker, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds aftd family drove to Des Moines Monday, Aug. 15, to meet Sutira Spipet, an exchange student from Thailand who will be living with the Dodds family during the school year. Sutira flew from Thailand to New York, then took a bus to Des Moines. She will be. a senior at Algonn high school. Mr. and Mrs. William NaVoi- chick were visited for several days last week by their daughter Karen, Mrs. Brian Lin nan and her daughter, Sherry LQB, of Omaha. The Navoichick's other daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Funk and Jeff were also visiting from LaCrosse, Wis. A weekend visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds was Dennis Ethington of State Center, la. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin and family went to Eagle Grove last week Sunday for a Martin family reunion at Greenwood Park. Houseguests for several days recently at the William K. Wyatt home were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Malone of Ottumwa. Dr. and Mrs. John Morrill and daughters Betsy and Sandy were guests this weekend of Mrs. Merrill's parents, Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman. The .Morrills were enroute home to Williaims- burg, Va., where Dr. Morrill is an associate professor of biology at William and Mary. They had spent the summer at Coos Bay, Ore., where Dr. Morrill was on the faculty of the Oregon, Institute of Marine Biology. The Stillmans had spent some time ait Coos Bay while on a trip through Oregon and California. They returned home last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt were visited last Monday and Tuesday by Mrs. Brandt's parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Allen of Colesburg, la. The Brandt's son Lloyd accompanied h i s grandparents back to Colesburg for a short visit. Mrs. Scott Monroe and son Sean returned home Aug. 19tih from a two-week visit in Houston, Tex., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Mangum. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison was visited for a few days recently by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kruse and three children, of Arlington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Wyatt were in Colo, la., last week Saturday visiting friends and Mr. Wyatt's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morell. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman were visited Saturday by their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones and children who were on their; way home to La Crosse, Wis., from a week in Sioux City as guests of Mr. Jones' parents. Weekend travelers (6 Nashua, la., Aug. 27 were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt and family. They visited Mr. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt. John E. Johnson/ San Diego, Calif., returned to bis home after visiting at the homes of Robert Deal, Robert Engstrom and Mrs. Camilla Engstrom for the past two weeks. Elevator at Lone Rock buys Fair livestock Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Co-op, elevator at the Kossuth Fair purchased three calves and three pigs. The animals belonged to local boys who are active in 4-H clubs. Steve Overland, of Lone Rock, sold a calf; Ross Johnson, Seneca, 3 pigs; Rodney Jensen, Lone Rock, calf; Allen Luedtke, Lotts Creek, calf. These animals were sold to the Austin Hormel packing plant. Andrew Thomson, Lone Rock, was the buyer for the elevator. LONG REUNION The Jim Longs had as guests Mrs. Robert Benzin and Mrs. Verna Lampe and Mrs. Sokolowski and children, Joliet, 111., on Monday. Their guests are sisters of Mr. Long who came to Lone Rock for a Long family reunion which was held at the Lone Rock Legion hall Sunday. There were 80 families represented from various points in Iowa and Illinois The John Longs, Waterloo, and Bernard Giffords, Burt, were elected chairmen for next year's reunion. OLD TIMER VISITS Mrs. Clarence Herrmann, the former Maleethia Snodgrass, of Lebanon, Ind., visited in Lone Rock as a girl and was graduated in the class of 1928. Her father who was well known in this com; munity, died at Lebanon, Ind six yeiars ago. Traveling with her was her daughter the Robert Crawfcirds, and their son, also another grandson David Herr mann. Florence Yager visited in Lone Rock this week with Mrs. Mar Genrich and other friends. She retired this last spring and hac taught in Lone Rock for the past 20 years. She has moved to Calmer, where she will be work ing this fall in the public library She taught school for 47 years The Erich Seegebarth had the Arnold Gfoskffiutees Mid of Radcliffe, as Sunday guest*. Both formerly taught in the Lone Rock school. The Robert Mat lows vacation^ ed last week, in Duluth and Mift* nea polls. The Willard Kunkels, of North Dakota, and Virgil Zwiefels, Dol< liver, were Sunday guests of the Ed Ohms. The A. A. Kruegers visited the lonald Christensons, Belgrade, ., and at DeSmet, S. D., with Mrs. Hulda Schultz who lives .with her daughter, the Rodney kandts. They went to Salem, S. ). to visit there, and at Mitchell, S. D., visited Will Gapp, an un* cle of Mrs. Krueger. Pfc. Willis Bollinger came on Monday for a nine-day leave. He s stationed at Ft. Deven, Mass, le will be leaving shortly for a new "assignment. The Clarence Krafts visited Mrs. Kraft's relatives in Evans- viille, Ind., ten days, and went to Mt. Home, Ark., to visit the lalph Priebes, who were cele- srating their 50th wedding. The ?ricb2s who have recently moved from Phoamix, Ariz., are formerly of Lone Rock. After a stop n Cedar Falls they came home Monday. The Jack Johnsons, Gowrie, visited Mrs. Johnson's father, harles Morris. They were here 'or the funeral of her aunt Mrs. Smma Manus, of Burt. Mrs. Lucille Hanson and dau- hter Katheryn left Monday for Genesco, N. Y., after two weeks with Mrs. Mary Genrich. Mrs. Hanson and her mother Mrs. Genricih called at Ray McWhorter's, Burt. Mrs. Glenn Householder took her granddaughter Barbara Anglen home Saturday. She had been visiting her grandparents in Lona Rock a month. The Denis Howes, of Shell Reck, were at Glenn Householder's on their way home after a week at Hackensack, Minn. Mrs. Householder and granddaughter Barbara returned home last weak after a short stay at their home on Lake Webb in Hackensack, Minn. Mrs. Arthur Fortney had as guests Sunday the Robert Fort- neys Mrs. Pete Frank and daughter Jennifer, the Yen Hedeens and Bill Schnurr, Fort Dodge. William D. Weisbrod A. N. V- P17 left Thursday from Minneapolis for O'ak Harbor, Wash. In September he will be assigned to a new post in the Far East. The Art Priebes took Weisbrod to Minneapolis and saw the Minne- osta Twins in a bail game. Florence Weisbrod, Des Moi : nes, visited Mrs. Art Priebe recently for two days. Lanny Kissner End Denis Hutchison accompanied Tommy Murray and Robert Hatten to Womans Lake, Minn., for a few days at the Murray home there. 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PAUL BERNHARD, Fenton, right, was present in Des Moines last week for a meeting of the Iowa Farm Bureau State Bowling Committee. The North-Central district tour- ney will be held at Aigona Lanes. Bernhard represented District 2 at the meeting. With Bernhard is Ben Hall, Oes Moines, tournament director for the Iowa Farm Bureau. Too Late To OlistHf »«•••••••»•»•••••*•»•»••' FOR SALE — 2 new cabins at lowas Forest Park. Trailer lots and homesites for sale. Good water. Deed and abstract furn tehed. Andy Mountain Campground, Harpers Ferry, Iowa. 27W68-69 TAVERN FOR SALE — Bar, TV, 3 pool tables at West Bend, Iowa. Phone 5162 or 2055. 68-71* WANTED — Waitress, part- time to Oct. 15 and full time thereafter. Apply in person Hotel Aigona 12w67-tfn The answer to many of today's problems of rest is not to be found in sleeping pills and other artificial sleep inducers. Uncomfortable sleep equipment and poorly chosen furnishings are often at the bottom of sleepless nights and fatigue. 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