Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 4
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s * («•-*•«) ADVANCE THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Houehin* Were visted over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seller who recently moved there. . Mrs. Mae Raney has been vis* ited by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch of Burt and their daughter Helen, Mrs. Shirley Steinberg, of Pomona, Calif. She was brought from Omaha, Neb., by her son, Mark Schore. Mr and Mrs. Herman Drees man were visted over the week end by Mrs. Laura Arehart, of Arnolds Park. Other guests have been Dr. and Mrs. Paul Kap- toes, of Hastings, Neb. Bob Holeomb came home this week from Mears, Ind., where he has spent the summer working at the dunes. After a brief visit with his mother Mrs. Laura Hough he will go to Iowa City to resume his studies at the university. Charles Streit was taken to Omaha, Neb., Tuesday by his father Matthew Streit accompanied by Dr. N. J. Kelley. Charles will enter as a freshman in the college of medicine at Creighton. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Sandy met William Page at Blue Earth last week and Sunday took him. to Ames where he has enrolled as a freshman at the university. Sandy, a second year student will be going to Ames Sunday. Young Page is from Kailuea, Hawaii where his mother, the former Lillian Hoitz and long time friend of Mrs. Schenck, is dietician in a hospital at Kaluea. She has been widowed since William was two years old. He is an outstanding student and last year spent six months in France and speaks the language fluently. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock spent the weekend at Omaha, Neb., with Mr. and Mrs. Karps where the men had a get-together with others who were with them on the trip to South America last year. Others came from various nearby states and wore accompanied by their wives. Mrs. Milton Da hi had as dinner guests Sunday her brother Dau Laidley and wife of Rowan. Later she was visited by her grandson Bob Pratt, of ,Pella, who had been at Minneapolis, and had brought a friend with him. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward had as Labor day weekend guests the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Ward, Kevin, Michael and Brian, of Des Moines. They were joined by the Wards' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bilsborough, Sandra and Laurie. Mr. and Mrs. Harold "Si" Roth spent Labor day weekend at Whittemore with relatives, and also with friends and relatives here. "Si" is employed at Denison but their address is at Vail. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. James Hazel and Steve, of Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs, Warren Bowman recently tools, home their three year old grandson Tommy, to Artichoke ( Lake,; Minn., Jjome -of pa£en$jy^Mr! 'and' Mrs.' Harvly Steven.'. Tommy 'had been here during the sickness and surgery of his brother William, 7. Mr, and Mrs. Webster Orton and little daughter spent from Saturday till Tuesday in Des Moines. They were houseguests of Mrs. Orton's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don Bentele and family and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blasky and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neuhring. The last three couples have at various ; times been Ambrose Call state park sutodians. Marit Grover has had as guests Col. and Mrs. Bernard Wallace of San Antonio, Texas. Col. Wallace is now retired after nearly thirty years of service. They spend the winters in Florida, and summers at various northern Minnesota lakes. It was brought to my attention that I had erred in saying Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire had vacationed at Duluth, Minn., and ran into a bad rain storm. The parties involved were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt. A call to gracious and understanding Mrs. Dransfeldt and to courteous Mr. Darbyshire got things straightened out, and 1, like a Chinese can say, "Humble servant veree soree." I might add I have solved .the reason for the error, but it involves too much detail to explain. Minnie Medin had as callers last week Wednesday Mrs. Phylena McConkey, nee Ferguson, of Reynolds, who was en. route to Spirit Lake to see a sick aunt. Miss Medin is a resident at the Good Samaritan home. A caller, Mrs. Ralph Diekoff, of Madrid, was at the Good Samaritan home last week to see Mrs Boone. Mrs. Diekoff had been at Des Moines to attend the Iowa state fair. Wilfred Carlson has been here from Des Moines and visited his sisters, Ellen and Alma Carlson and Mrs. Olga Jordan. He was also at Swea City on business. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heerdt have been visted by Mrs. James Muller, of Draper, S. D., from last week Sunday till the following Wednesday She is a sister of Mrs. Heerdt. Rev. and Mrs. Billy Goodpasture have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Randy Robinson and niece Pamela Gibson, of Indianapolis, Ind. Aldean McAdams is back at work in his repair shop after a day at St. Ann, His ailment was not serious and he is feeling fine. {, , Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett attended the funeral services Sunday at Fenton for W. E. Stoeber Who had of late made his home at Mesa, Ariz. The James Allen lot on Coll ege and Hall streets on which the "Teeny Weeny" store was owned years ago by Don Cook then Mrs. Minnie Matern, was sold to the Aliens' son Die! some time ago. Dick has now sold it to Rudy Tietz, of Burt and a house will be built there The Dick Aliens are keeping . store pant lumber for their own use but the quonset is for sale Mr. and Mrs. Darlow Roger spent from Friday till Sunday at Nielsville, Wis., with friends They have been visited by Mr and Mrs. John Schade, of For Dodge. 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