Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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I-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI THURSDAY, HIT, IS, 1W4 Mr. and Mrs. have purchased Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Lewis had their Son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ruge, of Ft. bodge, as weekend guests. William Fofh the house on Oak street formerly owhed by Mrs. Marie Pasco, nee Herman. Her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. "Cooney" Herman, owned the house on the corner of Thorington and Elm streets and Mr. Herman built the Foth house and others in the vicinity. Pearl Walker returned to Chicago, 111. Saturday after a visit of several days with her mother Mrs. Ruble Walker. They were at the Okobojis over the Labor day weekend and a, few days nun Rev. Jim Sione to speak at First Baptist Church Rev. Jim Stone, from Lebanon, Missouri, will be speaking at the First Baptist Church on Sept. 15 through 18: Rev. Stone |is an active minister w.ho has had many years of experience in the ministry. He ,is presently engaged in a radio ministry and the pastorate in Lebanon,, Missouri. Rev. Stone is seventy years old. There will be a special emphasis on, each evening of the meetings. On Thursday evening the family will be emphasized /• On Friday the men's responsibility will be emphasized. On Saturday evening there will be a program for the youth. The sound movie entitled, "Venture for Victory" will be shown on Saturday night. The services are scheduled for 8:00 p.m. each evening. more. Dr. Harry Jenkinson was here from Iowa City coming to attend the wedding of a relative. Be< cause of 'his practice, he was un* able to stay longer. He is a former well known Algonan, a graduate doctor of the university at Iowa City where he was for some years on the staff, later going into private practice. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, former Algerians who moved to California some time ago, had a summer cottage at the Okobojis They have sold their cottage at he Okobojis. They make their dome in a retirement center near San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchion were visited by Mrs. May Walker (Will) well known former Algonan, who was brought here from Chicago, 111., by her son Phillip and wife. She will »e at Cedar Rapids with her dau- jhter Frances and .husband Arthur Messenger, and will go from there to Phoenix, Ariz., to spend the winter as she has done the past years. The Joel Herbsts and Dr. N. J. Kelleys have been guests of the Gene McMahons at their summer home at the Okobojis. Mrs. Amy Johnson has had word from her sister Mrs. Albert Bosnia of Lakota that Mr. Bosnia is hospitalized in Buffalo Center. He suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Milton Dahl went to Rock Rapids Monday and will remain until Thursday with her soil and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Craig Vinson and daughter Peg. She will stop enroute to. see her grandson Tom and family in Spencer. • Jack Limbaugh went to Green field Saturday to see his father Calvin Limbaugh, 69, who had suffered a slight stroke but is making good recovery. . Mrs. Pete Halsrud was visited Sunday by her, daughter Mfft. James Elliott; offott Dodge. Mr*. Minhi* Mfftts hit b*»n visited by her daughter Mrs. Waftef Halsrud ol CeftterVilie. Mrs. G«erge Lee hat returned from a few weeks visit at dolor- ado Springs and Denver, Colo. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Mitchell, Of Forest City. Nancy, daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox, has gone to Topeka, Kans., and has enrolled at the Washington university. She will live with her brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. James Van Allen/ Much damage was done on the campus during a rather recent tornado there as well as various parts of the city. Mrs. Keith Campbell and Pat of Sheldon have been guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Char les Fox. Supt. and Mrs. 0. Bi Laing spent Sunday at the Dolliver park. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer went to St. Paul, Minn., Sunday and visited their son Steve, a stu dent at St. Thomas college there They also saw their daughter Sister M. Minnette wh > teaches in St. Agnes school in St. Paul. Anton Didriksen is horn* from Mason City where he had recen surgery at the Park clinic. He is recovering very well. Rev. James Stone, of Lebanon, Mo., is conducting a series of meetings at the, First Baptist church Thurday through Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Tordoff had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. John Holfer, of Cherokee. Chris Jensen was visited on Tuesday by his niece aid husband Mr.'and Mrs. Roy McLay of Galliton, Mo. They were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw. Mr. Jensen is a resident at the Good Samaritan home. He fell several months ago and broke his hip. It will be another month before he will be allowed to put dny weight on it but his recovery is normal. Wally Hill has had surgery at the university hospital, Iowa City. Roland Thompson has had surgery at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Frank Cink has had surgery at this Fall you'll LIVE in St. AM. Mft. OfiAf rCMfCMt? Or efs, Ark., the former Mildred Clayton, WM a guest laat week of Mrs. Alice Clayton and hef sister Mrs. Harold Roethlef of Uvefffiora Mr, and Mrs. Harold Clayton and Jack of Rogers, Ark., called briefly on Mrs, Alice .Clayton and Mrs. Harold Roethler and family at Liver more and a few Mends in Algona. They had been to see their son Tom in Ohio and were going to Des Moines to see their son Jim. ' Callers at the home Of Mrs. El* mer Potter on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAttee of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Kroker and Jackie of Qtho. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorensen left Tuesday morning for their home at Pdcoima, Calif., after a month's absence. They visited here at the Harvey Reid home, and with relatives at Blue Earth, Lakota, Marshalltown and New Providence. A pleasant surprise at the Lewis family gathering held in Lakota was the arrival of their grandson, Roger, Jr., who had flown from California with Allen Reid who visited his parents, the Harvey Reids, and left Fort Dodge Sunday by plane to return in time so that eight- year-old Roger might enter school. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Keuchen, Othp, called on relatives and friends at Emmetsburg, Terril, Cylinder, Burt, Algona and Humboldt over the Labor day weekend. They were overnight guests of the Carroll Potters Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter went to Nevada Sunday to visit their son, Jim and family. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Elmer Potter over the weekend. Miss Mary Fraser who had visited with the Moores the previous week came to Algona with them. Mrs. Mildred Fraser who had spent the week in Minneapolis with her son, Lewis and family, returned home Monday with the E. E. Brandows, who had spent the weekend with the Frasers. The Lawrence Miller family joined the Vic Applegates and Mrs. Wayne Byerly and children at Spirit Lake Sunday, for the day. Linda Lickteig, daughter of the Ed -Lickteigs, Algona, returned recently from Chicago, after spending the summer at Oak Brook, 111. She will leave for college Sept. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gibson, of Omaha, spent the Labor day | weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. M^rie Ogren. 1 Mr. and fArt. Jack P. endergast and ftosemary took Martha to I Waverly Sunday where she is enrolled as a freshman at Wartburg college. Ex-Armstrong woman, here Tuesday A former Armstrong woman, Margaret Thompson, 88, died Tuesday at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at the McCullough funeral chapel with Rev. FranV- ttarcey officiating. Burial will be at Armstrong. She was. born and raised at Armstrong and taught in the Des Moines school system for about 25 years after graduating from State College of Iowa. She was never married. Miss Thompson lived in Washington state until about three years ago when she moved to the Heritage Home at Bancroft and later to the Good Samaritan Home here. August Slagle of Algona was a cousin. CAR FIRE CALL Algona firemen answered a call to 215 South Roan street about 4:20 p.m. Sunday where they extinguished a fire on a car owned by Darrel E. Arend. There was no damage estimate. Twe if MM granted here two' divorce ,decrees were granted by Judge 0, ;W. Stillman in district ddUrt lift week. Patricia A. Downs was granted a divorce from Darrell J. Downs* both of Algona, and received custody of three children and support money,, A final property settlement was agreed Upon. Carol Simmons was granted a divorce from Jonathan Simmons and received custody of three children and an unborn child. Att Aigofift youth, age 14, ad< mltted entering the VefoHica's Beauty Shop several weeks ago according to city police, and was turned ovef to juvenile authori* ties. He told police he found the back door unlocked and en* tered, However, he told police he did not take two cans of hair spray that were reported miss* ing, but rather a steel comb. Janet Black married The marriage of Janet Black and DuWayne Gebken was held Sunday, Sept. 4 in the Hurt Methodist church. . Rev. Merlin Davies performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of the Glenn Blacks and the groom is the son of the Fred Gebkens, all of Burt. John Lovstad, soloist, was accompanied by Gwynebh Teeter, Waterloo. The bride's attendant was Susan Lovstad as maid of honor. Attending the groom was his brother, Richard Gebken. Douglos Black, brother of the bride, and Ray Liehter, friend of the groom, were ushers. A reception was held in the Fellowship hall at the church immediately following the ceremony. Dining room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad. Mrs. Harold Lamberts, Pes Moines, registered the guests. Carol Zimmerman and Mrs. Eugene Pederson opened the gifts. Pouring coffee was Mrs. James Kollaseh, Swea City, serving punch was Mrs. Truman Shackelfofd, Algona, and cutting the cake were Mrs. Richard Allen, Algona, and Mrs. Bob Edwards, Bell, Calif., all sisters of the bride. Waitresses were Cheryl Lichter and Linda Knoll and ladies who helped in the kitchen were Meadames Raymond Lovstad, Jerry Wiener, Wallace Hawcott and Glen Teeter. The couple will live at 2718V 2 Lincolnway in Ames. Both are graduates of Burt high school and the bridegroom will continue his studies at Iowa State university there. The bride attended the State College of Iowa and will work at the college at Ames. you can make a 3-minute station call to'anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) for $1.00 or less, plus tax. Same low rates in effect all day Sunday. Pick up the phone and enjoy a Long Distance chat! Northwestern Bell 160 ACRE FARM FOR SALE Legal Description SW'«.l 5-97-28 (Portland Township) located 3Va miles east and 1 mile north of Burt, Iowa. Possession March 1, 1967 *N " ; The Farm Clarion and Webster Soil, drainage no problem, good improvements, an excellent productive farm. — See — LW.Nitchals, executor Herman Putz Estate 2 East State Street Algona, Iowa 72-73 The Chrischilles Store has knit dresses, knit costumes, knit suits, and knit suit dresses . . . yes, you can't see a larger selection of knit wearing apparel than you'll find at the Chrischilles Store in Alqona . . . prices start at just $18.98 for all- wool knits and go into our "French Room" look for $75.00. All sites including custom and half sizes .. . junior sizes and junior petite* r . . AND all QUALITY, all wool, synthetic, and cotton fabrics ... see the largest and most complete selection of knits in Northwest Iowa ... "Home of Quality Since 1870" CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SUNDAY September 18 12 NOON Sale Barn — Vi mile west of Fairmont, Minnesota Shetland Ponies and Saddle Horses SO. MINNESOTA PONY SALE Lyn Allen and Herman Wedel, managers — CORNER OF PHILLIPS & McGREGOR STREETS IN ALGONA — Open For Business Friday Morning. Sept 16 + Open 24 hours daily (SEVEN DAYS A WEEK) + Over 16,000 different name brand discount items eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»eeeeeeaeeeee«eeeeoee*eee«e ! Watch for big I Grand Opening e e e QONMM S4MM eittfttfteeteeMttMfftftttteettoteeeiteeeeeetteo

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