Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 12
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4-ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCl tHURSDAY, NOV. 10, 194* - Mf< and Mr*. B, J, Bradford •nd daughter Kay went to Anies last week called there by the Midden sickness of their son Bob, a student at the university. He had surgery for appendicitis blit made a rapid recovery and is back and attending classes. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton ipent a recent weekend at Ver- tnillion, S. D. with the former's •ister Eleanor Norton. She was for some time Dean of Women in the college but is now retired. Mr. and Mn. Ralph Parsons Went to Fenton Sunday, Nov. 6, and were dinner guests of their son Richard and wife. The birthday of Mrs. Richard Parsons was being observed. Mrs. Geraldine Hamilton and Children Gail and Ronnie have moved here from Hampton and is living in one of the apartments in the Bjustrom building next door east of the former Brown studio. Mrs. Loroy Lau has returned from Belmond where she had , minor surgery at the- Community hospital. She was accompanied by Mrs. Rose Sigsbee Monday for a check-up;;•:/,-:*; Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor of Boone and ;Mrs.i Beijtha ;Verder were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs/ Leroy Lau. j Mrs. McGregor is itheir, t daughter and Mrs. Verdenis mother of Mrs. Lau. St/nday, November 13 there will be a Mission study meeting of Methodists fit Emmetsburg. The Pastoral Relations committee is asked to go meet with the District Superintendent at Emmetsburg also. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin have come from their summer home at a Minnesota lake and are visiting With their son Russell and family at Whittemore. Later they will go south for the winter. Mr*. Claris Kresensky was dismissed Friday from St. Ann hospital where she had been under treatment for a bad cold and threatened pneumonia. Mr. and Mr. B. J. Bradford and Jim and Linda Cole went to Ames Saturday to see the son Bob, a student at the university. Bob has had a recent appendectomy but has made very 'good recovery and is attending classes. Mrs. Pete Halsrud has had as guests Mrs. Albert Kinseth, Marcella and Cordelia Halsrud of Fort Dodge and Julia Halverson of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt went to Sioux Falls, S. D. Saturday and spent till the following day seeing Mrs. Schmidt's son Delbert Moore who was severely injured in the auto accident last week near Luverne, Minn, in ____ _ _.,., IS BRIGHTER! BLACK & WHITE IS CRYSTAL CLEAR WITH OJERRDLD THE WORLD S MOST POWERFUL TELEVISION ANTENNAS ci/so hesf for FM STEREO AMIS NNAS SEE THEM AT KLEIN'S RADIO & TV LIVERMORE, IOWA which A. J. Kiooatw wts kilted. Delbert suffered back and spinal cord injuries which have par* lyzed him from the hips do#fl. Monday t specialist from Mason City was to attend to the spinal injuries but it Is thought it will be some time before he will be able to Walk. Mr, And Mrs. Albert Haft aft undoubtedly here now from Monrovia, Calif., having left as soon as word was received of the serious condition their son Frank is in following the accident in which A. J. Klooster was killed and others in the car suffered severe injuries. All wefj taken to the Sioux Falls, S. D". hospital. Frank suffered a broken back and foot and many bruises and lacerations. Ed Sindelar was also seriously injured but is improving slowly and has regained consciousness. Mrs, Addis Griemen and Mrs. Martha Rasmussen, of Garner were guests Thursday of Mrs. William l\au and with her attended the Hobby Show. Mrs. Dau had several entries. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell have been visited by their granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Himebright, of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell had as guest Sunday their daughter Mrs. June Lassahn, of Mason City, a part of it for the removal of a kidney and rib. Later he .had further less severe surgery and is now home but will be going back at intervals for check-ups. Mrs. Frank Ostrum was visited Sunday by her son Edward and wife of Sherburn; Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Obrecht and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Kaiser, of Rolfe spent Sunday at Dows with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kaiser. Mrs. L. W. Bennett, Mrs. Margaret Heimer and'Mrs. Gertrude Cummings, of Oelwein were here recently to celebrate the birthday of their sister Mrs. Frank Osfrum. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson and son Dennis left Tuesday for Sacramento, Calif., where they spend the winter. They have' property there and occasionally Mr. Hanson works, but comes back here for the;summer. The son Dennis has been dismissed from service after spending thirteen months in Viet Nam. He intends to enter some school after a short time of leisure. Mrs. Haiel.Vora and Mrs. Eliiabeth Post went to Mason City Monday where Mrs. Vera had her periodic check-up and they spent some time wjth Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank. They also stopped in Clear Lake to see Mr. and Mrs. Walter Post. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reidinger and Ronnie attended the State Soil Conservation Association meeting in Des Moines Friday. Sunday they went to Sibley to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Al Doll. At Spencer they met their son Randy Reidinger who had been at Lincoln, Neb. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Peterson. ,'"•'•; ' ":', . Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns went to Des Moines Monday where Mr. tyurns entered the Veter- ins hospital for his periodi/e check-lift and some minor surgery, Mrs. Burns will remain in Dei Moines until his dismissal, Mr. and MM. Tim O'Brien left Saturday for a visit of I few days with their sons-in-law ami daughters, Mr. and Mrs. ftussetl Thorpe arid Mr, and Mrs. John Duffy and families, Mr. and Mr*. Albert Olson have returned from Iowa City where they spent a few days with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. M. W. LindhOrst. Mrs. Harold Anderson came from lloyal one day last week and took her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Julius Peterson to Mason City where Mr. Peterson consulted doctors at Park" Memorial hospital. He has been ailing for .wine time. Mrs. Nellie Stenstrom came from Minneapolis, Minn, last week for a tew days visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips went to Estherville Monday t,g see the letter's niece Mrs. James Gilford in the Estherville hospital. She had undergone back surgery. Mn. Orady Phillip* want to Fairmont, Minn, last week and brought home her daughter San* dm, Mrs. Tom Zwiefel and little sofl Jeff. They were joined here Saturday by Mr. Zwiefel who took them home Sunday, they' also spent Some time With his parents Mr, and Mrs, Henry Zwiefel. The Phillips' daughter, Gayle, was home, for the Week' end. she is a sophomore at Grin* hell college, i Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens and family of Ayrshire Were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Stephen's mother.and sister, Mrs. C. N, Robinson and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metsger Sr. were at Cooh Rapids Sunday, guests of the former's sister and family. Mr* and Mrs. Paul Richardson went to Fort Dodge last week to visit the former's father, W. A. Richardson, who is in a private nursing home, Mrs. Margaret Reid has-been visited by her aunt Mrs. Hattie Robinson of Fresno, Calif. She is a former Algonan but now makes her home with her daugh ter Mrs. Thelma Wagner and husband. Mrs. Robinson was brought here from Dei MolnesWest Bend. by her sonin-law and daughter "Dr. A. M. Mr. and Mrs. PiUl.McConflell SHe left for California 1ft time ta cast her vdtev Pat, daughter o* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reiley is attending brake University at Des Moittes and in addition is /working a certain number of hours for the Bell Telephone Company, She is also doing volunteer Methodist home children. hureh and Rdtwirtkel wtf born oft the northern frontier of Wisconsin. son of ft LuthetiaJi minister. .He hi* College and profes- work at the for retarded rally Lutheran will be held at West Bend Fenton — James Meyer, presi dent of the Lutheran Layman's League of the Lutheran church, Algonia Zone, has announced the fall Rally of the LLL will be held at 6:30 Nov. 20 with a banquet at Peace Lutheran church atonal edUCittort At Con^rdia col lege, MilwlMlkee; Cancdrdia sem- ittiuy, St. Loui*; and at several theologioal schools and universities in Canada and the United States. He was ordained for the hold ministry in 1010. 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