Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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•HtiHl»iill4'H"t4-i'f-H44 Around Algona fcyONlETA DIDRIKSEN M n mi |H 1111111 HI it* Barbara Seiler (Mrs, Jerry) came from Storm Lake to spend the weekend with her parents, the Wes Bartletts. Mr*. Melvin Knoll, Littleton, Colo., the former Adris Anderson, was a gueot of her brother Lyle and his wife at the Colonial Motel from Monday to Friday otf last week. She drove thro'ugh with two other women, and vis* ited many old friends while here. The Knolls have< two sons in serv-. ice and a 16 year ,old daughter who is in high school. Mrs. Flora Tiss left Friday for Denver where she plans to make an extended visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. R. W. Anderson drove to Waterloo Saturday to attend an Eighth district workshop of a four-state American Dental Assistants Association where the topic was, Guide Lines and Policies. She was accompanied by an assistant from Britt and two "from Humboldt and in Waterlo- they stayed at the new 11-story Phone 295-5605 »nm i m mi n minn rtoliday Inn where a Saturday dvening dinner and Sunday luncheon were served between sessions which were also- held there and ended early Sunday after noon i Mr. and Mrs, Roger Wrlghl came from.Iowa City to spend the Weekend with the 1 parental Glenn Scgers. Mr. and' Mrs. Leo thornsen who no,w live at Sexton, had e<>rr> party 'on Sept. 17, who 'came to celebrate Mrs. Thomson's birthday. They were her sisters: Mrs. Nellie Mengel, Pato>n; Mrs. Sadie Blanchen, Grand Junction; Mrs. Mabsl Donelson, Perry; a brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Anderson, Paton; and a sistsir-in-law, Mrs. Gladys Anderson, Rippsy. The Thomsons' two daughters are now at Morningside where Mary is in her senior year and Judy, a freshman. to Rochester where Mr* was to ha,ve a checkup at the clinic where he had undergone surgery earlier, Cltlt Runehey, St. Latrft, arrived Wednesday of last week and is visiting at the home of his brother William and with other relatives in this area, Ellis, who has been retired for several years,, lives alon,e in A St. Louis apartment house, Hie Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bowman, of Spencer, stopped briefly at,the 'J. D, Cash home.while enroiite ™ call on MM. Lottie who will be 83 years old tt row and is in Very gotKl hi they droVe to OttumWa to visit Gladys Rising-Bell iiid ' - "^ i. . *'. k ~ ~ "' % to Sunday, William Runcheys recently moved into the home purchased from Dick Godfredseii, having sold their ho,me on south Minnesota to the Alton Rochleans who, Witti their two children have moved there. ' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwcjl brdught the former's- mother Mrs. Ethel Colw&ll, home Sun day front" Rochester where she had bsen for three weeks, ant undergone surgery. ' She is now staying in her own home and re> ported to be doing well. Mrs. E. R. Rising and daughter Marian, of Canon City, Colo., visited' relatives in. West Bend last week and called on Algona friend's on Thursday and Friday afternoons. They drove to Iowa via Nebraska and stopped at Worthington, Minn, to see Mrs. O. W. Brand aft a rest home WOrks at the Ent Air ,.„....„ in Colorado Springs and .com mutes to and front home daily.-- Dr. and Mr*. J. W, Foster whe live in a retirement, horn*. Long Beach, Calif. t Wete gu&>« Friday of Mrs. W, A. Fosteri then Went to Ringsted to ! Vtsi Mrs.' J. W.'s sister, tticy will return here for a brief »t|y on Monday. Mrs. Anna Courtney arrived home a week ago Saturday from Iowa City where she had gone through the clinic and was hospitalized for minor surgery an< was there over three weeks, Shis plans to return to her work a Algona's comfort station ort Oct 4. Her son .Wilbur and his wife drpve to Iqwra City to get her- and enroute home they stopped in Des Mbines to call on Dr. and Mrs. H. C. AiUaud and Mrs. Mat theye, they went to, Albert Lea Ames, were Saturday overnight guests til thfe Tim d'ftriens, and ittettded the Geigels' golden veddihg reception on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bernice Seeley ac-, cottipanled them and stayed with the Anton Didriksens. Mr, and Mrs, J, 6. Asa drove to Minnesota Monday to see the fall, coloring and possibly do some fishing. The are returning home today. Mr. and Mrs, George Conklin, of Jamestown, N. D., came Sunday for the Geigels' golden wedding and remained overnight. George's son, Rev. Robert Conklin, pastor of a Presbyterian church at Walhalla» N, D,,'was|| recently elected Moderator ofjj the Presbyterian Synod of North' Dakota. His daughter Virginia is in college at Jamestown, and the daughter, Mary, at home and in school. He and his wife receirtt- ly adopted a three year .old boy. Robert is a graduate of Algona high, took his bachelor's degree THUftSDAY, SEPT, I !, CONGRATULATI To COLIN VOIGT - AHS ,!,«*.«* . . . ry Boswell: There they learhed that the sister-in-law, Mrs. Wilr liam Aillaud, of Newton, receftt ly underwent surgery from Which she is convalescing. Mr.,and Mrs, F. L. Thorp*, of TIME SLIPPING AWAY ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION to tiwKOSSUTH CO. ADVANCE Last Chance to Duy 2 years for HI.50 - 3 years for'10.50 , and HELP YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATE WIN $800 IN CASH The Campaign Closes Friday, Sept 30 9 SAO p.m. DOH'T LIT THEM DOWN IN THE FINAL HOURS OF THi CAMPAIGN Your NEW or RENEWAL Sutoriplieii will be the taJting factor in (Hi Race at Buena Vista college, ind pleted his theological studies at the University of r>ubu^ue.' : Mr. and Mrs. D. E. D«wel returned from a vacation trip to the West Coast and the Southwest where they visited,-their children in • Arizona and at .Houston, Tex., traveling, by train. .On Saturday 'Mrs. Dewel left for Minneapolis; called by the illness of her father, J. E; Snoclgrass, who had suffered a heart aV tack. .'-'•.•• ..••;.;•'•".. •;'.. : " . Harry Hargr«av«t had major surgery done a week ago yesterday at. Veterans' hospital in Des Moines. His, wife, son Kenneth, daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Matthiasen, all of Council Blufsf, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, of Algona, were with him. Mrs. Hargreaves is re maining nearby during his hospitalization; and staying with a sister-in-law,,Mrs. Russell Clark, of Des Moines. On Sunday Harry was visited by his sister and her husband, the K. F. Balls of Rock Island, also the Ralph El bents and the Gilbert Hargreaves of Algona. He is in room 545 a Veterans' hospital.. : ^ , •, i ' i 5 > •, . it , '^/"''t'l,' Colin was recently named 4th place' divisional winner of the James F. Lincoln Welclihg { Foundation's School Shoji'Awarci. lie received a $50 cash prize. ,>/' ! ' , ,, >i it , He is shown above accepting the congratulations of .Elgin; Allen, Algona High School principal, Dick Cook, owner of Cook's Welders Supply, and Edgar Meyer, instructor in 1 the high school's, metal'shop. 1 ' '- i ,< ' /< ' Colin received the award for his entry — a "Ooril Wood Hod"— for use in stacking fireplace wood. * \ ^i < Our heartiest congratulations to Colin and hte instructor, who ' ^ s *• » has taught 3 contest winners in the last three years. , \ The Wesleyan Service Guild |met 'Monday e'vening in th Methodist church dining room with Mrs. Glenn Seger assumin her new office as president. The annual pledge service was presented by Mrs. Anton Didriksen = and the program, Crusade to Ha- i s iti, N^thjjslidejju^s given by Mrs. ,=•. Sylvialzzard,; of Corwith. 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They cover every 1967 Ambassador, Marlm, Rebel, and Rambler American, The addition of this new 5-year or 50,OQChTnUe warranty marks the beginning of the 1967 American Motors. 1967-the year we've been planning for and pQinting toward the year we bring you cars full of today's spirit and enthusiasm, bursting with today s ideas The 1967 cars from the 1967 American Mptom Just wait till you see them, THE 1967 AMERICAN MOTORS SaUMUNII-l^^^ DAUS GARAGE - 125 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa

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