Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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•-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCI THURSDAY, MPT. 4f, INI Mr, .•nil Mrs. P«rry Byam art being visited by the latter's cousin Oiefte Vander Eyken, Brus- •els, Belgium, though most of her time is being spent with her uncle Oscar Belleman at Austin, Minn., and with other relatives, Mrs. Matthew Adams. Mrs. Ad- tms is a sister of Mrs. Byam. While doing some work in tht barn of the farm near the swimming pool and shared with his •on Ron, Harvey Peck, past 80 years of age, suffered a fall of several feet. Fortunately his granddaughter was with him •and summoned her mother. He has been quite lame and has a stiff neck, but aside from that, there were no major injuries and it is lucky he had no broken bones. Mrs. Emma Crouch has a titter Mrs. A. J, Onnerem, of Thor, whose husband died a few weeks ago. Mrs. Crouch attended the services. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg had as guests Monday the latter's aunt Mrs. Rollie Beaman of Decatur, 111., and son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beaman, of 0es Moines. They also went to West Bend to see the Grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black had as,dinner guests Sunday their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black, of Fort Dodge Other recent guests.have been their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bunkbf ske, of Corydon. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burtis had as weekend guests their son Lar ry.and wife of Windom, Minn. Mrs. Lillie Bestonlehnar an son John Wood are leaving Fri lay for a visit of a week or more t Minneapolis, with her son Bob nd other relatives and friends nd will also go to Braham to •isit with a sister Mrs. Carl Par- cm. They will also visit the Sigwell Wood family at Detroit Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Ballard pent Sunday at Fairmont with r .and Mrs. Jene Zellmer. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Chrischilles nd family went to Eagle Grove Wednesday to see Mrs. Sadie tnutson, mother of Mrs. Chris- hilles. Mr. and Mrs. Jo* King cam* rom Esthervilie Sunday and pent the day with Mrs. King's >rother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen. Mrs. Alic* Clayton was visit have been in Tokyo, Japan fot several months where Mr. Pars* ley was sent by the company he works with and the three children, Bruce, Allen and Patricia, ate quite widely scattered; fol< lowing their various careen. Mrs. Parsley is the former Ita May Leffert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Dave Leffert. Bruce is in Holland working with computers, Allen is a junior at the University at Ann Arbor, Mich., and Pi' tricia is a student at Depew university in Indiana. Recently Lillian Leffert, sister of Dave and niece Harriet Reader of Mount Pleasant were on a tour and visited Mr. and Mrs. Parsley in Tok* yo. Mr. and Mrs. Arch!. Michel are here from Sun City, Ariz. Mr. Michel stopped here to visit with his Uncle Dave Leffert and wife. Mrs. Michel is spending most of her time with her parents in Mason City. Archie's sons Roger and Maurice who will be remembered as former Algon- ans are established in areas distant too. Roger is superintendent of schools in the Panamanian ed Monday by her son-in-law and area and Maurice works in the laughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold quad-cities. Their mother Mrs. loethler, of Livermore. The Bertha Michel lives in. Atlantic, loethlers had recently returned Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson, rom Ames where they had vis-1 accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. ted with their son a I Harold Schumacher, of Whitte- reshman student at the univer- more .spent the weekend at Pel- sity. la with Mr. and ,Mrs. Merle Harry Hargr*av*s has had ma- Pratt. or surgery at the Veterans hos-l Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis return puai, Des Moines. Mrs. Hargre- ed to their home at Hartford, ives is with hint and Thursday Conn., after a .visit with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook are Frank Kohlhaas, sister of Mrs. El- going to see him. Mrs. Cook is | Us. Mrs. Ellis spends the sum Discharged PAUL M. KOPPEN IC3, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koppen, Whittemore, returned on Sept. 24 after being honorably discharged from the United States Navy. Paul was stationed aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Belknap (DLG 26) after being trained in Electronic technician and Interior Communications schools. His ship made many. operations in the Carribean Sea as well as above the Arctic Circle. Rick and Rex went to Fort Dodge Friday to meet the daughter Joan who is attending St. Joseph's school of nursling at Sioux City. She was home for the weekend. the family went from ft. Dodge to Clarion to see the football game. ' : '."•;;'-, : •:•: ;.. ..--',..,-. fi •flCi - Mfjli kMnl flrUrf Ift went to Cedar Falls Saturday to Attend the Cedar Falls * Drake football game aiid visited with their son Bob, a student there. They also saw Tom Waller of Che Drake team and Visited With for- mer'neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alberts. They were joined Fri* day by their son Dave, a student at Iowa State university who was picked up by Mr, and Mrs. Neil Colwell of Ames. Larry Munger, brother of Mrs. Colwell, went home with them for a visit. They attended the Iowa State • Oklahoma game. Th* completion of th* L*on Martin apartments on west Ken* nedy street has been delayed by failure of the shipment of bricks. It is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burt, Mrs. Joe Greenberg, Ernest Godfredson and son Dick, Mr., and Mrs. Kenneth Ness and J. L. Delmore of Roseau, Minn. Chris Jensen, a resident at the Good Samaritan Home was taken, to St. Ann last week for x-rays of a hip which he broke some time ago in a fall. The x- rays were taken., to determine when he can begin bearing weight on the leg. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loss are here from Bremerton, Wash, visiting with relatives and friends. Mrs. Loss is the former Cleora Norton, daughter of the late •. Mid Mr* known Algotuns. Ralph is a son of the kte Mr, and Mrs. Mite Loss Sf „ and Mf. Norton WM for seven! yews Kowutii County •ttdkar*•.•<:'•••.-'• - "•• : - ; ; •• • Mr*. Minnie Bllnkman ha* been visited the past weeks by her brother Art Weiteel of Marshalltown who has now returned tome. He is a former well-known barber here. She was also visit* ed Saturday by her son-in-law John FaseMnder, of Mason City. Or. and Mrs. William Clejg were visited over the weekend by the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clegg of Freeport, til. Mr. and Mr*. Jamos Kolp and family spent the weekend at La Crosse, Wis. with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas. Mrs. M. 0. Bourne (oinod Mr*. Fred FredericksOn, <• nee Helen Dickinson, former Aigonan now living at Humboldt, to attend a Republican meeting at Mrs. Baker's on 109 south of Humboldt one day last week. Mr*. Dona Boeckelman has a* guests one day last week Mr. and Mrs. Epko Winter of Buffalo Center. Mrs. Elisa Anglo had as last weekend/visitor her sister Mrs Alice Mayfield of Clear Lake. Mr*. .Walter Bradley returned Friday from Sioux City where she had spent a few days. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray have as guest the latter's mother Mrs J. L. Delmore of Roseau, .Minn Paul Schneider is much improved following the removal o chased the Diagonal stor§ some ' '' geiy was done at the university ital. His other eye is normal he «ee* very well. He pur- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schneider vacationed in northern Minnesota and before returning home spent some time with Mrs. Schneider's parents Mr. and Mrs, Bert Olson at Wells, Minn. Mr. and Mrs* Charlo* Joon* were visited not long ago by Mr and Mrs. Richard Itovey of Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Jama* Elmor* went to Des Moines Sunday where Mr. Elmore again entered the Veterans hospital for eye treatment. Mr. and Mr*. Prank Butt* have been visited recently by their son Herbert and wife of Des Moines. Their daughter Mrs Charles Buss, of Minneapolis Mated het mother 4 with household duties. Mf, BuMs is oonfim-d to bed having sttffewd a stroke ««ne Uttte ago and his recovery is slow. Mr. and Mrsy J. D; Burn* home front Des Motae*. for a brief time And Tuesday returned there for a check-up on minor surgery; Mr. Burns had at me Veterans hospital. Mrs. Burtis returned home the following day. : . \ : ;. : Adam Reeftr was taken to St. Ann hospital Monday morning for x-rays and a check-up. He is a resident at the Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Ethel Colwell Is horn* from Rochester, Minn, where she had recent major surgery at the Mayo clinic. She is mak- ng very "good recovery. METHODIST CHURCH, LuVsms, Iowa SIRVINO STARTS AT S:90 P.M. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 Adults $1.50 — Children 11 A underHJSc a daughter. ,. . Duan* Crapser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crapser, of Waterloo, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crapser left last Sunday for Thailand. He is in the air corps in the bomber, department and. will be -there for 18. months. He was married last July. : ' ..- •..;•; - •• •. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parsley mers here each year. Georga Jergens and his daughter Mrs. Dick Sarchet went to Fort Rucker, Ala. to visit witlh another daughter of the Jergens, Joan, and her husband David Barie who is in the army and has been sent to Viet Nam. They left last week Saturday via train from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post, Bob, 11 n 111 i i in 111 ii 111111111111111111111 n i m n i nun H-H i n.n i i-i-»11 IM-I OUR AGES ARE DIFFERENT ... BUT WE JOIN WITH YOU IN YOUR WELCOME to IniciiK, lajmttts, Directors aid fareits lor the 18tt »Mial Kotsutk laid Festml Yes, our ages may be different but we still feel the zing in the air when the fine high school bands from this area come marching down State Street. Our store mty be 96 years old (of which we are proud) but we are young at heart, both in our enthusiasm for high school musicians and for their ready-to-wear needs. The Chrischilles Store will have some EXTRA SPECIALS in its ready-to wear department — seasonable buys on garments young folks are interested in. Be sure to see these specials — on the second floor of the Chrischilles Store. And a big welcome to all the bands on this their day in Algona. From the store that is "96 years young" — and young at heart, too. MILL CLEARANCE CARPET SALE! ROLLS! DISCONTINUED PATTERNS! Our Great Mill Clearance Buy Brings You Dramatic Savings In Carpet From One of America's Finest Mills "Where Quality is a Tradition" Only through the cooperation of the nation's leading carpet mill is this sale possible. We have been asked to dispose of many of their large stocks of patterns and colors that are no longer made. Prices are our lowest ever on quality carpet. There's such a marvelous selection (solida, patterns, textures)—in such a range of colors that are easy to decorate with...you'll be certain to find just the carpet you've been Wanting but thought you couldn't afford. Come in today and select your carpet. These values can't last long. Living Room... Dining Room... Bed room and ...all through the house WALL TO WALL OR RU6S AT TREMENDOUS SAVIH6S Just a Few Of Our Terrific Values ^ ;*v .* BIG ROOM REMNANTS —SAVE UP TO 30% ON THESE FAMOUS BRAND NAMES V x 12'4" • 15' x 12'4" 15' x 1Q'2" — WOOLS 12' * 12'$" 12' x 15' 12' x 12'5" 15' x r4" — WOOLS 12' x 20/10" 12' x 22'11" 12' x 117" 15' x 1*'2" $ 9988 — ACRILANS — NYLONS — 11988 — ACRILANS — NYLONS — 17988 Furniture & Watson Interiors NORTH PHILLIPS $TR|ET 295-2?16 ALGONA

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