Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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t-ALOONA (lew.) AOVAMCI THUMDAY, NOV. 10, 1*66 4HH H« t < >tll HI1 HIM I Ml H H H > H IH HI HI M H Around Algona by ON1ITA DIORIKSEN IHIII'I I 111 >IHI HI Phons 295-2605 Mr, and Mr», Tom Buttorfiald, ' Marshal ftown, came Friday evening and remained for the week- otid at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D H. Hall. Tho David Marrymans mevtd two weeks ago into their new Home at the south end of Minnesota street. And their former home on south Harlan has been rented to Ray Kelley, assistant manager at 'the new Swanson store. The Kelle,ys, who came here from Cherokee, have five children, and the Morrymans also have five. . Jack Williams, a student at Drake, came from Des Moines to spend the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Will iams. ' day at Martkato, where she had nade her; home for some time. Mrs. A. E. Clayton, Mrs. W. C. Dewel and Ida Peterson visited their brother, Elmer Peterson, at Briitt one day last week, just oefore he went to Iowa City for a check-up ait University Hospi tails. He has worn a Pacemaker for more than a year and received a fine report on his progress with the heart aid, for he is now able to work and gets along very well Mosdamas John McGuiro anc Jess. Lash brook spent much of last week at Mason City with their brother, Harley Burtis who is' critically Hospital there. ill at Mercy Mrs. Harvay Staven was hos- pitalized'at St. Ann following a fall at .her home on Wednesday of last'week. At this writing it had not been determined whether she'suffered any broken bones. The Steven's daughter and her husband, Mr- and Mrs. Everett Hodgins came to spend the weekend. Mrs/ Hodgins teaches at Alderi. 'Mrs. Charlas Deibler was released Monday morning from St. Ann hospital where she had .spent nine days receiving treatment for an ulcer, and is now on a necessary diet. A sistar of Dr. P. O. Dor well- er, Kate, who lives at Cedar Falls with her sister; Margaret Dorweiler, recently had surgery • for' acute appendicitis and is reported to be recovering well. 1 The interesting thing about her appendectomy .is the age of the patient Who is 91- Margaret was principal of schools at Feniton for many years, and she too, is in good health. Mrs. Frank (Dabra) Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Williar.t Spear, Elkton, Minn., visited local rel- weilef; ttoo the Uttef's Mstef and her htisband, Mr, and Mrs. iud Lawsott, Coraiviile; the Fred Ada* Of Doan and the Philip Asas, Titonka. the evening was spent viewing slides. The guests had taken many interesting shots during their tour of Europe with friends in a camp trailer, and had hitch-hiked in England. They in turn, enjoyed shots taken in Viet Nam by this Cunningham's son' Gedrge during his term of duty there., The McEl- raes are botih teachers ori. a year's leave. Their brother Robert visited .in this area a year ago and spent the summer at the Fred Asa farm. Mr- and .v.rs. Ward MeWhorttr and daughter Lynn, of Rogers, Ark., were in this area from Tuesday to Friday of last week. They visited Mrs. Alice Clayton here, her daughter's family, the Harold Roethlers at Livermore, and the Frank Ryersons, (Ward's sister) at Hurt. Lynn, who is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, was released in. June from the Peace Corps after working in that movement for two years in Turkey. She and a friend then toured Europe for two months beiore returning to the States by boat. During her McElroy. they drove home with Jim Merryman who also brought Barbara Meditt. All are students at Cornell College and Mrs, Russell Medin^ Whittemore, took the girls back to school on Mon* day. Saturday evening, Mrs. ft, O. Bjustrbm had a family din* ner celebrating Sue's nineteenth birthday. Other guests were the two Frank Moulton families, and the Kent Immerfalls who came from Mankato Since the collegians will have no Thanksgiving vacation, a pre-Thanksgiving dinner was served on Sunday to the families at the home of Sue's parents, the Frank Moultons, Jr. Mika Potter, ten year son son of Mr. and Mrs. James Potter, Nevada, is reported to be hospitalized in Grand Rapids, Mich, for extensive leg surgery. He is a grandson of the Dr. L. R. Potters and Dr. A. J. Easons. atid 41 wett f wnefntefed by old- * football gim« er residents here. Me and his wife have ft sort in Denver and a daughter who lives in Houston, Tex, Dr. and Mrs P. 0. Dorwall- or are entertaining two interest* ng young guests Who are daughters of a cousin of Mrs. Dorweil* er. They ate Mrrleno and Linley tfcElrea, of Milton, New tie*land, and this is their first Visit to the United States altho their parents have visited in Algona. Both girts were graduated from college and taught school before embarking on their present tour. They first visited Europe,'travel' ing with other New Zealanders by oar and saw most of the countries on the continent. Then they atives over the weekend. Among ass i gnmen t in Turkey she taught them were: the Roy Sarchetts, Allen Salisburys, Howard Salis- burys, Mrs. Sid Spear, Mrs. Mil- tired Fraser. Mrs. Fred Pannkuk drove to in the field>of Hygiene. Mrs. Sid Spear received a telephone call Thursday from a graudison, Jerry Tordorf, who Minneapolis Friday and returned vv'as in Chicago, who-told Sunday. On Saturday, Open House was held at Uniivac, for employees and their relatives; an opportunity given once every two years to tour the plants, Mrs. Pannkuk visited the family of her son, Arlo who is in re- seardh and development for the 1108 Computer, a machine which will be used to counit election votes in Minnesota on Tuesday and its work will be televised in the Twin City area. Don Sherman was released Monday, from'St. Ann where he had surgery a week earlier and is convalescing at home this week. Don is Service Manager at Kossuth Motors • Mr. end Mrs. Ray Cunningham of the Doan area ent&rtained at supper on Sunday: Misses Mar- 89, who "formerly lived in this lene and Liniloy McElrea, of area and will be remembered by, Milton, New Zealand and their older Algoniansi was buried Fri-1 hosts, Dr. and Mrs. P 0. Dor- that by Saturday he would be in Viet Nam. He has bsen in the Navy for eight years' Another grandson,.Jerry Biahey, of Britt, has been in Army-'service fior 1J years, and recently re-emli&ted Sunday guests of Mrs. were her daughter and son-in law, Mr. ;and Mrs. Don and son Earl; also tiisir grand daughter and her husband Mr and Mrs. Bob;^ Ricihter, all a Britt. Two weeks ago Mrs. Spear was visited by her two sisters Mrs, George Sdiroader and Mrs. Mary Zoller of Lakota who', were acbomipanied by the daughter from Memphis, Tenn- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Sr., moved Friday from MitaheM, S- D., to Algona to make their home and are living at 220 N. Moore St. Their granddaughter Susan came home Vernon for the weekend accom- ; panied by her roo>mmate, Sbarya Hamilton Hutchison, Denver, i brother of Mrs. P. O. DOrweil- ir, is critically ill in a Denver lospital where surgery revealed malignant tumor in the brain Hamilton Atestmar College and have alf eaciy been at DeWiitt to See a girl, now a student at the State University, who was >revidusly an Exchange student n New: Zealand. In this country .hey will travel by bus whusn give* them an opportunity to see more than train travel, and they will be in Los Angeles tor Christmas. * it ttfieUgio^lt*Mittl^tt»5^- In 1936 a 3-minute Long Distance call to New York on weekdays cost about the same as these groceries: -3 2 LBS. «PORK CHOPS Now you can make the same call for less than you'd pay for this one purchase: Yes, while other items in the family budget have been steadily climbing, Long Distance rates have been steadily dropping, [n fact, or anytime on Sunday you can now make a _.._ 3-minute station call to either coast for $1.00 or less. Additional minutes are equally low in cost. Northwestern Bell »*ry Unitd arid Mts GUS of Udyard, This is the reguJaf quarterly trict president, will be a meeting of the Kossuth Auxili New Years will find them Monarch in Vancouver and they will re;urn from there by ship to their lomeland, which they left last SERVICE SALES Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods and Davenport, came Saturday morn- HARDWARE from there to Washington, D. C. APPLIANCE Virginia, Niagara Falls and Chi cago thence to Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lawson who now 'live at' Coralville drove them to Algona on Friday County Legion and Auxiliary meet There will be a joint meeting day. The girls will remain in AJ Posts and Auxiliary Units Tues gona for about a month with var day evening, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m ious relatives- They plan to see mil M' H-M' |..l..i..H..H"t"l"l-l"l"M"l-M-l"! THIS IS

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