Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 8
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U46NA ttttttf AOVAMCt MONDAY, OCT. 1 Iftt OF AI OONA RY MOl I Y MnrOONAI n ECS33 BSS5J ISrSBH BTSM Mrs. Veronica Roethler spent last week Sunday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kramer of Ban- troft. Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Shey went to Ames last week Saturday for the Iowa State-Oklahoma game. iMr. and Mrs. Howard Stephen* son and Mr. and Mrs. Don Glaser were visited recently by Arthur XJiaser of Omaha. Mr. Glaser is Don Glaser's and Mrs. Stephenson's father. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay left Saturday for Jacksonville, Fla., , where they will visit their (daughter Sandra and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bryant. Dr. M. G. Bourne entertained members of his card club over the Sept. 24 weekend at the Bourne cottage on Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillburg were visited, for two weeks recently by Mrs. Hillburg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L&to of Kenoaha, Wis. The Letos returned home last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rueb spent the weekend in Ackley vis- ting Mentis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cushman had as weekend guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Gary Krieger of Minneapolis. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick were visited by Mrs. Thomas Kenefick, Sr., and Miss Naomi ^Kenefick, both of Eagle Grove, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kueck had as guests over the Sept. 24 weekend Mrs. Kueck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McNeill, Rachel and Kaithy of Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. David jEvans were visited for several days recently by Mrs. Evans' father, James B. Williams, of Ottumwa. Mr, Williams was a guest at the Kiwanis iioon meeting Sept. 22. He is past It. ^governor of the Iowa- Nebraska District of Kiwaniis. ; Mr. and Mrs. Don Armstrong spent last week Sunday in Livermore with Mrs. Armstrong's brother and ; sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue. Dr. and Mrs. D.i J. Shey were visited for a few days last w by Dr. Sihey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shey of Red Oak, la. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins returned home'recently from the annual convention; of the Federal Land Bank Association's managers and field men. The convention was held at Indian Hills Lodge in Omaha. Attending with Mr. and Mrs, Hutchins were Mr. and Mrs, Keith Hopp of Forest City. " Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Bangs, Jr., spent the Sept. 24 weekend in St. Paul visiting Mr. Bangs' mother, Mrs. N. S. Bangs, Sr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom were visited by Mr, and Mrs. S, J. Fardal of Forest City over the Sept. 24 weekend, Mr, and Mrs. Ted Herbst were visited last week by Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. K. B. Lacy of Highland Park, 111. Mrs. Lacy flew to Mason City Sunday where she was met by the Herbsts. Her husband joined them Friday for the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob spent several days in Des Moines recently where Dr. Koob attended a meeting of the American Academy of. General Practitioners. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Granzow visited their son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Boyd Granzow and cliildren in New Ulm, Minn., for several days last week. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Cubit had as guests this weekend Mrs. J Cubit's sister and her family, Mr.' and Mrs. Karl Walker and children of Oskaloosa. Mr, and Mrs. Don Armstrong were visited for several days recently by Mr. Armstrong's aunt, Mrs. Merle Nielsen of Spencer. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Cushman were visited recently by Mrs. Cushman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Main and Stephen of Perry. Mr. and Mrs. David Evans had as weekend guests his parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Evans of Seymore, la. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Keith drove to Forest City Tuesday evening to her the deCormier Singers. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Nold and daughters drove to Sioux Falls, S. D., last week Sunday to visit Mr. Nold's mother, Mrs. Ray Nold, who is hospitalized there der Mrs. Dailey is now living in a rest home. Mr*. Fred Wegener spent sev eral days last week visiting her >rotiher and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Heidenwith in Swea City. Mrs. Wegener returned home yesterday (Sunday). Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes are moving today' (Monday) to Mason City where their address will be 1034 Manor Drive. Mr. end Mrs. Orvlllo Wicks have received word from Stephens College that their daughter Barbara has successfully completed a test allowing her to receive credit for freshman English without taking the course. Good neighbors harvest hay at Seneca farm Seneca—Neighbors and friends of the Clarence Menz famiily took over the harvesting of a 12-acrs plot and Wednesday put the 300 bales of hay in the barn, Chris Dahl, William Dorsey and Eyert'fct Witham moved in early in the week and mowed the hay. Elmer Witham ran the crimper and Everett Witham did the raking. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 Wayne Lynch, Fred Jolnannesen and Claude Johnson came with balers, Robert Fortney brought a tractor and a hay rack, Raymond, Bergum, Elmer Witham and Verle Smith came with tractors and Robert Binzen, Delmar Fischer and Hans Jensen moved bales. At 3:30 the hay was stored in the barn. Preparing and serving the lunch were Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. Elmer Witham and Mrs. Fred Johannesen. Mrs. Raymond Gardner also furnished some food. The baling bee was planned to assist the Menz family, whose son, Roger, was killed last Thurs^ day evening in an ammuniitiions accident at New Brighten, Minn. The Menz family deeply appreciated the work. , Mrs. Larry Mcnz and twin sons remained at the Menz horns following the funeral of the Menz son, Roger, and returned to their home at Swicher Sunday. Loren Menz, Ames, took them to Ames where they were met by Larry Menz, The Charles Beavers were Thursday guests of their son, the James Beavers, Estherville, for Bobby's llth birthday, Mrs. Cliff Hunitley, maternal grandmother, Ringsted, accompanied the Beavers. The Eugene Friesths, Badger, i*VM funded it Saigon Sept. B for 13 months assignment with the Signal Corps., Richard, son of the Lyle England*, was graduated from Sentril in 1964. He work' ed ait Hood's Super Valu and Art's Way at Armstrong More enlisting in Jan, 1965. He took basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, and graduated from the Signal school at Fort Gordon, Ga. He had a two weeks furlough at home before reporting for overseas duty. The England* also have a son, Jetty, who en* listed in the army three years ago and has been stationed at Mannaheim, Germany; for two years. Richard's address is Pic; Richard England, RA17741235, Box 246, R.R.C.U.V., APO San Francisco, Cattf. 96307. Holy Land slide* to be shown The annual Meditation and Prayer service of First Lutheran church Women will be Wednesday, Oct. 5, beginning at 8 .p.m.: Mrs. Leister Plerson of Forest City will show slides o|. her "recent trip to the Holy.Land and This it th« firet yt*f ft Will include the husbands. Every* on* is welcome. INTIW IIRVICI Whlttemere — Michael Duffy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, of Wtatteitwre, entered the Army a week ago Sunday after enlisting recently. t Hffj|||ik»»>^.^" 'iiifiljMfygf* .if HHIMIItrW WVHMII V Whittemor* — The mother of Mfs, fe. J. Capesius of Whittemore died Sept. 21. She was Mrs. Simon Klpfcr, Binghart Lake, Minn. The DP. Capesiuses JohnM*t»ch IMd Mf. and Mfs. Forrest Gilmore, |I*> of Whittefnore. Services w*re held Friday, Sept. 23. feeMdes ffi*, Capesius, survivors include her husband, MX sons and one other daughter, ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN TM« MIDWAY IAKF YOUP Pit K f MNOUS HESTAUMMTI. MO COCKTAIL UMMMS-MR JOt'S ind INN OFTHE BLACK KNIGHT* * SNIMMIM POOLS - Indoor H*il*4 Pael/lirit Outdoor Pool tnd Pili* • 230 LUXURIOUS flUEST ROOMS AND •UITU-AII Air-Condilien*d • Ritfto » TV. Singles- -$9.75 Children Doubles-|12.75 I Under 14 Twins-$14.75 I FREE It MEETINO tnd IANQUIT ROOMS U iccommodatt iroupi u» to 500. -• mcrwicowMi ion rauomM flatter I»»H)" ....... lOOOn •VEST StRVICK MMUt sim M«4 tlit ftllwrim: I J M M«M dm MS NII W«HI MM MP -<«« MS-MII T*M MM MM • MM s MUM* torn*. *t r«t. a**. HIM ^J Ruth Benschoter weds Ruth Marie Benschoter, daughter el Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Ben- scbioter, AlgO'nia, and James Emery Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Park, Cedar Rapidrc, wara married Sept. 10 -at.-St. Th'Oavs Episcopal church, Algonia, Tfie Rev. Donald Baustiain and Milo Dailey officiated at tlhe double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Maid of honor was Holly Bsn- schoter, Iowa City. Bridesmaid was Pat Dale, Grinnell. Joiliiii Park, Cediar Rapids, was bast man and Jim Hulbert, Cedar Ra : spenit the weekend at the parental Alfred Petersens. Mrs. Friesth accompanied her mother to the shower for Margaret Nielsen Rude Saturday at Ringsted. Mrs. Nina Krjacht and Linda Sue, the Francis Sullivans, Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock, Roy Heins and the Art Krachts, Swea City, John Moore, Armstrong and the Ray Krachts, Riceville, had a family picnic at Swea City Sunday for -David Kracht, son 'o>f the Ray Kradits, who was leaving this week for' basic training. He reported ait Cresco. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Photo by Poundttone p:.ds, was grqo'muman. Ushers were Darrall Netherton, Kalona and Robert Kramer, Goralville. iJofot wais Allan Bode, Iowa City, accompanied by Mrs. Ever- ctlit Anderson, Algo-ia. •••' A reception. wa,s held at the bride's home following the csre- mony. Marcia McLaren, Apling- lion 'had the guest book. Mrs. Floyd Bode- served punch and Mrs.-John. B. Wilpon, Butt, poured coffee. Mrs. Arthur Bansclio- ter and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter cut the cake. Waitresses were Dianne Malueg, Joyce Anderson and Ann Wilson, Fern Feldman, Marilyn Skow and Marcia McLaren registered gifts. Out of town guests came from Manhattan" N. Y., Mt. Pulaska, 111., San Antonio, Tex., Houston, Tex., Edison, N. J., Aplington, Cedar Rapids, Coggen," Kalona, Whiting, Sioux City, Oskalqpsa, Iowa City, Waukon, Ames, Spa'h- cer, Tipiton, Allison and th_p Grealt "Lakes area. ,..,'..;.(! She is an elemenitary, education and psychology major ,ja' iihe University of Iowa, He is i mechanical engineering at the University and a member of Theta Tau engineering fraternity., STOP GOVERNMENT INFLATION VOTE REPUBLICAN NOV. 8TH PAID POLITICAL AD a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson had as dinner guests last week Simy Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Samp- Steve and Carol of Gold- Rev. and Mrs. Milo Qailey were In Coon Rapids for a few days |ast week arranging for the dis- pereal of the household goods belonging to Rey. Pailey'e moth- fir, Mrs. Milo Dai.ley IJ. The el- CHRISCHILLES STORE'S YARN SALE Our annual Fall Yarn Sale begins today and continues all this month . , , special prices on the following yarns. Cool weather means more time for knitting so take advantage of these exceptional prices and stock up now. BERNAT BERELLA ORLON YARN . . 89e BEAR BRAND SOUFFLE .... 1.09 BEAR BRAND KNITTING WORSTED . 1.29 BERNAT BRUSH UP STOLE KITS . . 7.98 COMPLETE STOCK PAULINE DENHAM1 3 OFF SALE CONTINUES ALL MONTH OF OCTOBER Come to "Home of Quality Since 1870" Thinking of a chair for family living? . , . a chair to complement a particular setting? . . . a chair that suits a man to a T? You're sure to find exactly what you have in mind it Read's where every chair is a model of graceful styling, luxurious comfort, and finest craftsmanship. Come in ... choose from • world of distinctive styles. 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