Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1966
Page 11
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Around Algona by ONIETA DlDRlKSEN ! I I I I I | ) Phone 295-2605 4444-H-H-H444444 Mrs. William Campbell, Robbinsdale, Minn., came yesterday for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Harry Potter. Mrs. Eva Kirk, Los Angeles, arrived a week ago yesterday to Visit her sister, Mrs. Valborg Wiuff, and will leave near the end of this week. Glenn Seger drove home last weekend from La Grange, 111., where he and his wife had gone ten days earlier, but Mrs. Seger remained with the Larry L?a- neagh family for another week or so. Mrs, Leaneagh, the former Ruth Seger, was released from a hospital a week ago Tuesday, after several days of treatment for a respiratory ailment, and her mother remained to help during her convalescence. Mrs. C. R. Schoby is entertaining her Birthday club this afternoon in honor of Mrs. L. S. Muo key whose birthday was last week. A weekend guest of Mrs. Fred Bartholomew was Retoa Dits- worth of Estherville, who teaches at Laurens. They were joined on Saturday by a mutual friend and former classmate at Algoha High, Hester Kerr, a registered nurse, of Corpus Christi, Tex., who with her brother, Emory Beaman, was visiting their sister, Mrs. Rex Puffer, and family at Britit. Rex Puffer is a brother of Paul Puffer, Algona. Mrs. Bartholomew drove Reba back to Laurens on Sunday. J. D. Cash had surgery Monday at the Dickinson county hospital with Dr. C. D. Plott operating. Mrs. Cash remained with him for a couple of days, then returned home. Mrs. Florence Peterson, a pati ent at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, was visited over the weekend by her son Ronald who flew from Duluth with his. commanding officer ait the Duluth A. F. base. The Colonel was enroute to Denver for a speaking engagement. Ron, remained overnight Thursday with the Vaughn K. Risings and Mrs. Rising took him to Fort Dodge on Friday morning. He remained there till early Sunday and went back to Duluth by train. On Tutidiy of last w«ek Mrs. Allan Klienpaste and Mrs. Stan Wayne, of Albert Lea> were guests of Mrs. Paul Puffer who formerly lived there and they had lunch together at the Johnson House. Mr. and Mrs. Don rfammihgten drove to Mitchell, S.. D. f early drove to Awes on. Oct. 4, had iufieh with Mrs. F. •!?. Thorpe and Ruth Mai-wood, both former AlgdhiaflS, then wfent on, to prin- nell to Visit her bfother t>61ph Miller's family arid thentfe- to fiurttngtpn where she spent ten days with a sister-in-law, Mrs. H. T|. Bringer, and friends. She stopped at Grinnell'for a couple of days enroute home and again ftt Ames where she picked up attd brought back with her Mrs. Elmer Potter 1 Who had been vis- Saturday morning for an over* 1 ittt*g her sister there, Mrs. Scott night'visit at the home of her brother, Charles Smallwood. On Nov. 1, the Herttmingsehs Willgo to Chicago for the'National Convention of Culligan dealers to be held at Hotel Hilton Nov. 2 - 4 and at its close plan to visit Mrs. Hemtningsen's ' sister and her husband, Mr. a.nd Mrs. H. E. Luoma, at Arlington Heights, before returning home. Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Puffer home were Paul's brother John with his wife, daughter Jane, and son John, on leave from Fort Hood, Tex., who came 'to celebrate the birthday of seven year old Carol Puffer. Moore. Mesdames C. R. Schoby and J. D. Cash went to Bancroft last week to call on Mrs. Anna Zanke at the Heritage Home. Mrs. Zanke has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Harvey of Swea City, but Mrs. Harvey, well remembered here as the' former Irma Zanke, is now in a Roches- Wgh school, is now in his 13th year in the Air Force. Bill Speeht, Jr., came home on Saturday from Kellogg where he is working with McGuire Construction. He stopped at Prairie City and brought his aunt, Mrs. Fred Kutzli, with him for the weekend. His brother, A2C Kay Speoht had arrived Friday from Kessler Air Force Base, Bilbxi, Miss., on a 26 day .leave which he is spending with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Specht, Sr., and will report at Philadelphia, o<n Nov. 15, to be sent to a base near London. Kay has completed a course in electronics arid is now in Air Force Cpmmuniica'itions. The younger in-other Phil, was also home for the weekend from Mason City where he is enrolled in junior college. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris ter, Minn. • hospital where she, were made grandparents for the had. surgery Wednesday of last fj rs t time by the birth of a son week. on Oct. 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Jo<el Harris, of Sain Francisco. The Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson are leaving Monday. Enroute to Clearwater, Fla., for their sixth winter, they will stop first at Madison, Wis., with the Dr. William Hobbins family, (their daughter Meredith) and then at La^ Porte, Ind., will visit their daugh^ ter, Mrs. Carl,Fischer and her daughter. The eldest Fischer son, Carl, Jr., is now in medical school in Indianapolis, and the younger two boys are in pre-med at Bloomington, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg* of Hartley, former'Algerians, will leave Nov. 1 for Clearwater where they have an apartment four blocks from the Larsons. Mrs. Chas. Patterson arrived home late last Thursday afternoon from Atlanta,'Ga., and Chicago Heights, 111., where she had been five weeks. Her daughters, Arlene Bowles of Atlanta, and Genevieve Perry, Walla Walla, Wash., combined to make her 80th birthday a very pleasant one. Her son Gardner, his wife and, daughter, called her from Geneva, Switzerland, a grandson, Steve Bowles, called from. Lakeland, Fla., where he is in college, two other sons sent roses, and she Was deluged with cards from friends. Mrs. Perry drove back to Chicago with her mother bo- fore flying 'hom.9 and Mrs. Patterson returned to Algona alone in her car. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Spongberg, Davenport, with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson, Des Moines, came Saturday for an overnight visit with their mother, Mrs. Albin Spongbsrg. Both couples left Sunday afternoon. '7/3 wanted you to be the first to know" Happy news travels fastest by Long Distance, and nothing can match the warmth of a telephone visit. Inexpensive, too, thanks to new rate reductions. Lowest rates in history are now in effect every night after 8 and all day Sunday. Enjoy a relaxed chat with loved ones far away . . . it's the next best thing to being thcic. The Rev. Walter Morz, Mr. and Mrs. Loon Martin and Lloyd Ger- b?r drove cars to Mason City Sunday afternoon, taking eleven members of their Youth Group to a Youth Rally of the North Central Presbytery held at First Presbyterian church there. Included werer Cindy Hanson, Barbara Colwell, Kris Easter, Linda Martin, Kathie Morz, Bonita Kill- s-holm, Becky I-Iemmingsen, Bill Carlsons Bill.Bunt/- DavidrGerber and Carl Morz. The meeting ran from 2:30 to 7 o'clock. Bob Lampright, a staff sergeant in the Air Fores, arrived home Saturday morning from Viet Nam \yJiere he had spent a year. He is now on a 30 day leave with his wife and seven year old daughter at Emmetsburg and visiting his mo'ther, Mrs. Harold Lampright, and his brother William's family here. Bob, a 1954 graduate of Algona baby, weighing eight and a half pounds, has been named Brad John. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott drove to Des Moines Sunday taking the latter's mother, Mrs.'c. F.-Whee*- ler, w'ho was met there and taken home by the other daughter and her husband, the John Wag-' gamons of Fairfield. The two families bad dinner together before separating and then Wol- cotits attended the matinee per- formancs of The Flower Drum Song. Tuesday evening the Wol- eoht son Larry with his wife and three-year-old Debbie arrived in Algona to spend a week with them, and with his sister's family, the Clayton Pittmans. Larry works in Baltimore and they have recently bought a home in the Tawson suburb on which they to Fort Dodge for the funeral Monday afterno'on of Mrs. Stella RarAlrt,; 84, mother of Mrs. Alex Deffftaft'ti. The deceased is survived by 'another daughter, MfS; Ronald Kelley, of Webster City, a son t Jess Rameft, Fort Dodge, and five grandchildren.. She had bsen living in a nursing home for some time, The regular meeting of VFW Post 254U and its Auxiliary was held oiv Oct. 12, at 8 in the evening; Twenty-five woman Were present'for the Auxiliary business session. Inspection was made by 10th district president; Ellen' Boalkes, of Titonka. One new member, Mary Webar, was installed, bringing the total mom- bsrship to 74. It was reported that 1489 poppies had been sold by m:3>mb3rs on Buddy Poppy Day, resulting in $213.15 which was put into the welfare fund to be ured for nsedy servicemen and their families. The door prize went to Darlene Immerfall •and the cancsr. project prize to Uara Drayton. Committee in charge of the .-joint dinner consisted of: Mr. and Mrs. Merlo Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. W51- lard Zeigler, Myrtle Etherington, Gladys Backer, Lorraine Mosher, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien. ALOONA (l«w«) AOVANCi-430 tl tHUttsoAY, oet, an ter, Mrs. John Sires. Others who drove to .Cedar Rapids, Tuesday morning for the session 'Which lasts through Thursday are: Mesdames Everett Steven, tfay Cunningham, Don Moore, SteVe Wickliffe, Glenn Gabrielsen, Robert Bolenus, and from Burt, Mrs. William AmesbUry. Mrs. 'Fred Shilts, a district instructor, is al- Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway loft Tuesday morning, tak- 1 ing their trailer, for a trip south. They plan to do sonls tro>Ut fishing in the Missouri Ozark area and will continue on to Magnolia Springs, Ala., where they will stay until nvid-Deipsrriber.' They will leave their trailer there and corns horns .Fat 1 the holidays and plan to return later to Alabama. A number of Algonans are in Cedar Rapids this week attending Grand Chapter O'f the Iowa Order of Ea&tsrn Star. Mrs. Cla- 'ide Ruark, worthy matron of the "POPCOtN pie of Calamus UJ.C Uf v^aiamuo; • "lit 8^j.'>p' bags 6f popooftt each/Hall and plans on if this year, Mt selling -the popttotrt grown it;."' Largest PAID The-RUPERt Series GH-608 tube (overall dlam.) 267 sq. in. picture GQLORTV are doing some remodeling. Enr ] jcal chapter, drove down Sumtay route here the visitors stopped from Saturday to Tuesday with Larry's sister and family,. the Delmar Kerns, at West Union. Mesdames Ron Taylor, Jack morning, having been invited to participate in the ceremonies as a Joylight. Everett Steven, worthy patron, also we>nt on Sunday for practice sessions in his assignment as a Lamplighter. Mrs Button, and Wm. Sps-cht drove! Ruark is also visiting her daugh- • 25,000 : volt New Vista Color Chassis . • Glare-proof RCA Hl-L)T£ Color Tube • Super-powerful New Vista VHF, Solid Stats UHF tuners ;•'•.; ,-, ' ,' • RCA Automatic Color Purifier . , :" .•Dependable RCA Solid Copper Circuits I THE MOST -TRUSTED 'NAME IN ELECTRONICS "RCA TELEVISION & SERVICE" Phone 5-3260 Algeria Mrs. lv<?r Brandt, Mrs. Evelyn Brandt, Mrs. Myron Barnes, Mrs. C. W. 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