Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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, N6V, 24, Irvington By Mae Mcltin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer and Mrs. Geraldine Hamilton, Algona, drove to Hampton Nov. 12 to be with the latter's daughter 1 , Mrs. Janies Krull, Dltmont, who was hospitalized there and in a critical condition following childbirth. Mrs. Krull, the, "former Lorraine Hamilton of Irvington, gave birth to a 7 Ib. 5 6z. son, Scott James, on Nov. 11, arid later suffered four hemorrhages. She was given four transfusions and intravenous feeding, Last week Wednesday she was allowed to retiirn home and her sister Gail Hamilton, Algona, is staying at the Krull home for at least two weeks. The Howard Swansons here and G. L. Osbprn of Ames, observed an early Thanksgiving on Thursday, at the Archie Osborn's, at Zearing. Archie is, a brother of Mrs. Swanson and Q. L. is their father. ; • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen, formerly of this area but now retired and living at Humboldt, left Phoenix, Ariz. Monday to return home after visit. ing the Maynard Guderians there for five weeks. They will be met in Kansas City by relatives of Mr. Christensen and will spend Thanksgiving in .and around the Mexico • Vandaliat Mo. area, before returning to Humboldt. Both Mr. and Mrs. Cbristensen have been on the sick list some of the time during their visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Dm"*" and Suzanne, who is on a few days vacation from college at LeMars, drove to Elk River, Min : nesota to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Dudlev's'sister, Mrs. Wilbur Gregg. Enroute home they plan to take Mrs. G^egg, to Minneapolis where she; will board a plane for New York to '•'I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I H"H-1'M I I Ml Spend December with her- dati- Inters.' Mar ihius tiansen left Thursday, Nov. 17, for Roland, \vhefe he is visiting for a while with his sister, Mrs. Mary Larsen. Mr. Hattseh makes his home here With the Charles Reapers. Mrs. Bardie Vitzthum was hostess to the Fun and Do club Thursday^ Nov. 17, at the home of her sister. Mrs. George Harris, Algona, with two tables of 500 in play and prizes going to Dorothy Plathe, Laura Becker and Eulalia Altman. The mem' bers will entertain their husbands at a dinner and hold their annual Christmas party on Der^ 7 in the Imperial Cafe at Botle, There will be no meeting of the Fun and Do club in December. Mike, Steve and Randy,.son of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the home nf their grandparents here, the Robert Skillings. while their parents and Mrs. Dewey Skilling's mother, Mrs. Jim Burns, Algona, "•ent. to Sioux City, where they met and visited with the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Burrows, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Burrows and Mrs. Burns are sisters. Becky Black, daughter of the Stanley Blacks, stayed at the Skilling home in Algona. with the rest of the children. The Skillings and Mrs. Burns returned home Sunday evening. Mr. Burrows is pastor of a Presbyterian church in Cincinnati. Attending a pot-luck supper ?t the Harold Sabin's Saturday evening were.Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pingel and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Easter. Sunday guests at the Sabins w.ere the Duane Rileys, Algona. There was a joint meeting of the U. P. W. and Mission Study °rouo at the Irvington church Thursday afternoon. Plans werr made for the,annual Christmas party, but the date has not been set, as" yet. Visitors at the Durwood Walker home Sunday were Durwood's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Walker and family of Algona. 1111 lit11 "H..|..i..|..H"M"M-H" 2 New Listings BY SEELEY REALTY CO, 3 bedroom ranch type home, 1232 square feet of living space. Only,2 years old. Good sized kitchen with dining space. Full bath with vanity. Bedrooms have double closets. Nicely finished recreation room. 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