Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1966
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1-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCE tHURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1964 Mr, and Mr*. Harold Hebton i.nA Harold Schumacher, of Whittemore took Mrs. Schumacher to Iowa City one day last week for a check-up at the University hospital- Mrt. Jfthh H*lm«r» who has beeh Vteiting with iier son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson at Brainard, Minn., has been hospitalized there. ' Mr*. rVUIwl Ptiuen will be waying guests soon from Faii- tiirbok, Calif. Who are making the trip via auto. They are her broth- er-ithhw and sister Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ploof, the latter of whom was Jessie Waterbury, surname Of Mrs. Paxson before her marriage. • , ' Mr. an* Mr*. lUbortWilliam attended Parents Day and homecoming at Drake university, Des Mrines, where their son Jack is a student. They also celebrated his twenty-first birthday. Jane Geilenfeld hat returned from Houston - t Tex;, : -New Orleans, La. and points in Mexico where she visited with her brother-irt-law and sister Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olson. The Olsons will soon be moving to New Orleans. Mr. Olson is employed with a construction company hence the frequent moves. They have a house trailer but this time they did not set it Up and took an apartment instead Some one took their car which was parked in front of the apartment, drove it some distance : anc set fire to it damaging it completely. , Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pott ar« in Chicago, 111, on a business trip. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter spent the weekend at Vermillion with their son, Don and family. Mr. and Mrt. Augutt Slagk rtd Orville Duncan went to Strawberry Point Saturday to at- the funeral services fftf Mrs. Frank Sialle, a fdrmer rest dent here She had beeti in a Rest Home for the past four yetrsj and until she was 84 was still able to teach piano. Mr. Slagle, uncle 6t, August died several years ago:fthid-a*i\tine time'spent ve years teaching in the Philli« pines. They were parents of a daughter Cyrilla, now Mrs. Eiler Jensen. Mr. and Mrt. Gordon Kuhn were at Emmetebtirg to see Mrs. Kuhn's/sister Mrs. Battle Clum who is again hospitalized after a few months at home from the same hospital. Mrt. Jean Wadtworth and her sister Mrs. Margaret' Hofmaster are leaving soon on a conducted tour which will take them to Chicago, 111, where they will see a former Algona friend, Mabel Carr. They will go to Niagara Falls, thence to points in Canada among them Vancouver anc Halifax. They will be gone about a week. , Mr. and Mrt. Gordon Kuhn went to the Okobojis Tuesday to winterize their trailer and en 'I Ml 11111111111111 1 11III Ml III I I l.l.i I I FOR ENJOYMENT IN EATING OUT HOMEMADE PASTRIES A ROLLS SHORT ORDERS BROASTED CHICKEN COMPLETE MEALS OPEN 24 HOURS;— MONDAY Thru FRIDAY CLOSED FROM 2 P.M. SATURDAY TO 5 P.M. SUNDAY CHROME CAFE • Hwys. 18 A 169 ALGONA, IOWA — Phone 295-3693 oute' hftttte stopped at .Spirit jake to vidtt, with Mfi and Mrs. Earl P^efsoti, foritlfcr > Mr. and Mr«. Harold fetufned hoffle last weefc nesdiy-ffom Gwing* N, they had visited with theif son- n4aw and daughter Dr. atid Mrs. S. G. Klebaiioff. -,-. ^?^;*|'--f Mrt/ N»ll.« Van Allan ' the" weekend in De* Moin tending a State Board meeting of the School Food Service Association, She is also chairman of ivil Defense. Mr. and Mrt. Clan Graham went to Milwaukee, ,Wis. Friday remained till Monday visiting with Mrs. Graham's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Owen Chipman. En route home they stopped at Beaver Dam and saw Mr. arid Mrs. Ab LauritZen for a brief time. The Lauritzens are: former Algonans and Mr. ritzen was Kossuth county superintendent of schools. " ; '*' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlni and the latter's mother Mrs. Hazel Lusby have returned from Milwaukee, Wis. and Whitewater where David, eldest son oi "the Hutchins is teaching at th^ university. They made the trip home via Baraboo and La Crosse, arriving home Monday. ' Dana Kohlhaat and Mrt. 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