Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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JUAUMNA 0*w.) AOVANC1 TMUHSOAY, 1H4 4-n H M M 11 in m M 11 m M 111111 H H i M H m 1 Around Algona by ONIETA DlDRIKStN , «*„. 295-2405 HIMMI nil nun Hum in 11 mm HIM > n M M t Tuesday by hef ftdfi4n4aw and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Ghosy and little soft David, of Mrs. Edna Harr/whd Wat ho* Jritalized for a time at St. Ann, i« now living at Good Saiharitan Hoine. t • • • Mr*. AHrod. Larkon return** Saturday evening from Cart' land, N. Y., where she had been lour weeks With her daughter, Mrs. Carl Shumway, and family, While there she met Mrs. Edson B. Attleson at church and also tt a church dinner and she sent greetings to former Algona friends. Mrs. Attleson is organist lit the Methodist church Shum- vifoys attend: Carl, a former employee at the Upper Des Molnes, rtbw has a job shop of 'his own, and among his clients are the tdwn'S churches for whom he prints weekly bulletins. white on a business trip here. It S thought he may be hospital- zed fof a week or more until broken ribs heal. Sunday guMts of Mr. and Mr*. Hefle Webster were Dr. and Mrs. William Halvorson and five children, Madelia, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. fiae, Mason City, who joined them for dinner. The ftaes are parents of Mrs. Halvbrsen 'and Mrs. ftae and Mrs. Webster are sisters. Mrs, William Mann, Arcadia, Calif., was expected early this #eek jto be with her husband who Has been a patient at St. Ann since Nov. 8, when 'he ran dff a road in Plum Creek townr ihip, having fallen asleep. William is an Algona High school graduate of 1923 where he starred in athletics. Us parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mann. He owns land in this county and has relatives in the Burt area .whom, he planned to see Mr. and Mrs, Ooorgo Yoomon drove to. Waterloo Friday to visit the latter's three sons and a daughter and their families and particularly to visit a granddaughter who is there briefly with her husband and children. The'' husband, Ivan Hare, Navy man, is being transferred from San Diego to Hawaii. He will go by boat but Mrs. Hare and the three children will fly from SanDiego after their household goods: have been shipped. They expect to be in the Islands for three years and this visit in Waterloo i with the respective parents will be the last for some time. Mrs. Arthur Jackman was visited from Friday evening to r Mealtime Favorite! MILK Madison, Wls. AM on Monday morning she entertained other relatives at a "Coffee" in their h»iior. At tho morning worship torv- ice Sunday in first Methodist church, two infanta were baptized by the minister, Rev. William Noland. Tney were: Steven James, son of Mr. and Mrs, James Andreasen; and Tammy Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Broesder. Guests present were Tammy's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brocsder, Lone Rock, a great grandmother, Mrs. Violet Vvalk er, Algona; the maternal grand mother, Mrs. Georgia Barton, and her daughter, Alice, Lu Verne. Also, William Barton and family, Fort Dodge; Earl Barton and lamily, witn Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruse, LuVerne. They are brothers and sister of the baby's mother and a family dinner was held at the Marvin Broesder home at noon. Tho Dolphian Society mot Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the home ot' Mrs. W. G. McCullough, for 1:15 dessert. The program, presented by Mrs. Joe Lowe,,was on llnree Cities, an outgrowth ot experiences and impressions gathered on her travels'abroad. Mr. and Mrs, Hollis Bonschot- er drove to Iowa City on Friday to spend the weekend with their daughters, Harriett, and Ruth who 'is now Mrs. Jim Parks, and to attend Dad's Day at the Uiw.- versdty. Both girls are seniors there and will receive their degrees in February. Mrs. Arthur ttenschoter accompanied the Hollis Benschoters and visited leave at home and was taken to Mason City to catch t plan* t his parents, Mr. atrd Mrs. Wl iam Speoht and daughter, Dei trie, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch. r < Dr. and Mrs. William Monlu* came Friday from Amei bringing with them turkey and trimmings for a pre-Thanksgiving dinner with his mother, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, who is how at Good Samaritan Home, but spent Saturday with them at her William is Doctor r apartment of Patholott ogy in the Federal Laboratory and is associate manager in that plant east of Ames -and was called io a Conference in Washington, D. C., for which he left early Sunday accompanied by his wife. Since they will not return till after the first of December, the Thanksgiving Feast was held early. The couple had just returned from a leisurely vacation trip to the Orient, visiting F waii, Japan, Australia, the Philippines, Tahiti, and the Fiji Islands during two months away Dr. William brought his-mother a new cane, gift; from Dr.. Coronel, a Filipino who was educated on the Ames campus. It is made of native wood and mother of pearl, handcarved. She was also delighted with gold Compact set purchased in Townsville, Australia. tors. MA. Spfotil plans to return to her home in California before tag?" TIM momwort or VFW 2541 and ite Auxiliary Met tot their monthly dinner Wednesday evening, Nov. 9. A turkey dinner complete with pumpkin pie WM served fay the committee: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Poathler, Mr, and MM. barrold Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. "Phil Diamond, Don Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hoover i , ,, There were 11 present at the Auxiliary meeting called to order by Lorraine Schoby, president. R was Voted to send $10 to Iowa Cottage in Des Moinesj $20 to the^ Veterans Hospital; and $35 'to Health and Happiness for the erection and nMntenance of the National Homes/ They will again sponsor gifts to be sent to service men in Viet Nam and members are asked to bring «uch Hems, to Coast to Coast her sister, Mrs. over the weekend. Ray Thomas Mrs. Loighton Misbach and hor sister, Mrs. William Sproul, arrived at the Mason City airport Thursday' after an extended trip through Europe, in. which they visited many countries, travel- ng by train on the continent. During the three months they saw many countries choosing Switzerland, Denmark, Ssotland, and England as perhaps the most pleasing. And while in England Chey made a trip to Swansea, Wales, the home of their ances- Kids love milk's tingling taste at every meal... at snacktime, too. It's thirst quenching, easy to serve, and so healthy for children. Milk can't be beat for flavor, convenience and value! Call us soon for home delivery. store Annex by Dec. 1. Included may be: shaving lotion, tooth paste, candy, Kool aid, personal items of different kinds but they must be placed in unbreakable containers. The Silver march netted $1.78. The cancer project, $2.10, went to Mary Weber and the door prize was won by Mildred Zeigler. , .The next meeting, a Christmas pot-luck meal will be held on Dec. 14. Everyone is asked to bring both a covered dish and a 50 cent gift for. exchange. Both men of the post and women of the Auxiliary will participate. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hardgrovo and daughter Virginia drove to Storm Lake Friday and returned Sunday. They attended a Buena Vista College play in which their by a visit from Charles Hardgrove, soft of the Jerry Hard" groves of Toledo. Charles, in the Marines, i* home oft & 30 day leave from San Diego. Ttaiksgiviig Drift Services at Good Hope , The annual Union Thanksgiving Service, sponsored by the Al gona Ministerial Union, will be leW this year at the Good Hope Methodist Church in rural Al- (ona. Pastors of the Ministerial Jnion will be participating in the service, and music will be provided by the Good Hope Church The .preacher for tho Thanksgiv ng Sermon will be the Rev William R. Noland of the First Methodist Church in Algona. The Thanksgiving offering wil *o to the .Algona Ministeria Union for the continuance of its work in the community. The Ministerial • Union contributes each year to the American Field Service project to bring a for eign student to Algona, and frequently provides Dodging or meals for transients who need help. It also contributes to worthy interdenominational causes like the American Bible Society, and also to local interdenominational causes when they have special need.;! ; : The Good Hope Methodist Church can be reached by driving 5 miles north on the county blacktop road which is just west daughter Kitty and her roon> mate, Jenny Talmiago of Denver both had parts. Each is a freshman in the School of Music While there they were surprise* ALGONA Algofia A.O.K. Club held Jtetf WWW meeting at the November 12- Mrs. Farrel and Mn Guests were Mrs. Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Thutntev .MM. Detrick, Mrs. Arend, and MM. Studer. Installation of officers and initiation of new members was held. New members include Cathy Clapsaddle, Debbie Arend Dianie Studer, Patty Detrick, ttm mmte, Kiwi Ljitrt Holtzbauef, Mary dotiitte KiAh aftd Jeiift men. All JUustrlted tli* *n by fidrothy Prifidfers niter Uttibaugh. A talk also given by Judy was was THUCKtM Wt fcft*6 Jte TrlplieAtO tfttlflit Receipt e<*np1? with Rule MT-r.4 of ttio !•*« 8Ut« Commerce CotntrtiMio*. • •. ! : -BOLD lit,*-, f '< • ADVANCE PUBLISHING CO. Al0ono, lowo ; OUR 21»t CHRISTMAS IN ALOONA $ you Mr. and Mrs., Loo Thomson drove to> Sioux City Friday to visit their daughters, Mary and Judy, students at Morningside, and to attend Parent's Day at the College. They went from there to Paton where they lived prior to coming to Algona and returned'home Sunday. On noxt Sunday, Novombor 20, an Open House will be held in the Prairie City Community School gymnasium to honor one of that town's best known and mosj, loved citizens, Mr. Fred E. Kutzli. The public open house will be held from two to five o'clock and at three o'clock a special program will be given in colabration of Mr. Kutzli's SOtih artiiivCirsiary year in, the teaching profession,. Former . students triufids arid neighbors are cord tally invited to attend. Mr. Kutzli's wife is the former Elsie | Specht, sister of Wm. Specht of Algona, and both she and her husband have many friends here. Mr. Kutzli went to Prairie City as School superintendent and served in that post until he felt that he did not wish to carry EO much responsibility longer, but has remained to teach and now has a second generation of pupils in his science and history classes. ; , Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcolt plan to leave Saturday for their annual winter vacation in Florida, but instead of St. Petersburg, think they will locate somewhere on the east coast for t time! A/2c K. Thomas Spacht loft Monday for Philadelphia en- route to an Air Base in England where he will be stationed for two years. He had completed a of the Algona airport. The Ministerial union invites you to journey out into the country to join in this i service of Thanksgiving for the harvest, and for God's many .blessings to us. quality products & fine again DEAN'S is happy to be able to serve your watch and gift needs again this Christmas — our 21st in Algona. We have always strived;to give you the best quality products such as Elgin, Bulova, Mido and Seiko watches and Fenton glassware. Also be sure to see our large selection of Decorator Wall Clocks, i We .iare happy to offer you experienced W9rkmanship, too. So this" Christmas, Join the many folks from ; this area .who let DEAN'S in Algona serve their needs for fine watches and gift ware.l Our 21 years' in business here assures you of satisfaction always. LET'S TALK TURKEY! SURE, WE WILL BE OPEN SERVING TURKEY AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS FROM 11 A,M, TO 2:00 P,M, Breakfast AN Morning From 6:00 A.M. Also ... AU the FREE ADVICE You Might Need, SID'S CAFE 114 N. 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