Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 28, 1966
Page 8
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•"•ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI MONDAY, MOV, M, IfM son's mother. Mrs. Elmer Christian. I I 1 i N1W1 OP AtOONA MOLLY MicDONALD — If 570«0- i i i i Mr. and Mr*. Richard Thore- 40fi, Becky and David were guests of Mr, Thoreson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Thore- swi of Spirit Lake on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor had as weekend guests Mrs, Taylor's pirents. Mr. and Mrs. "S. L. Brown of Trenton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson attended the funeral of Mrs. Olson's uncle, Albert Loken, in Albert Lea last week Saturday. Marilyn Deal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal, spent the weekend with her parents. She to a student nurse 4t Iowa Meth- Otiiit hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Rutted Rents had as dinner guests Thanksgiving Mrs. ftentz' Fred Wegener, mother, Mrs. Miss Julie Thompson of Shakopee, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, tturt, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hannover, Whitteniore. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Bohr, had •B overnight guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gilbaugh anu family of Des Moines. Tine Gil- baiigns are former Algonans. Dr. and Mr*. Don Kingfield •pent Thanksgiving in Des Moines with Dr. Kirigfield's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. William Kingfield. Mr. and Mr*. Jim Goolan entertained Mr. Geelan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Geelan, Whit- temore, and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Geelan, Des Moines, and the Jim Milder family for Thanksgiving. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Parsons were their daughter Linda, a student at Waiuorf -College, Forest City, and Linda Edwards, Sioux City; a student at Mormngside. Mr. and Mr*. Clayton Porclval were visited during Iowa State's quarter break by tneir daughter Linda, and Lucy Branson of oreen bay, Vyis., both students at Ames, on Monday, Linda left for Tempo, Ariz., to visit her sister batbara who attends Arizona State, bhe plans to return couay (Monday); : fir. and Mr*. Terry McGuire left i uesuay with their children jacK and ivloiiy, to spend tht Holiday weekenu witn Pastor anu ivirs. Paul Bussert in Chi cago. The McGuires returned iioine yesteruay (Sunday), ivirs iVicUuire s inotner, ivirs. jiussert returned with tlieni lor a two ween visit. ' V'"•"••". " "'";;" Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Murtagh and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thoreson, Becky and David were in .Cedar Fails.for the weekend where they attendee the wedding Saturday of the Murtaghs' niece, Susan Pruyn. ivtr. and Mrs. Art Olson am family spent Sunday in Earn mons, Minn., visiting Mrs. 01 Taylor, ton of Mr. and MM. Rex Taylor, was home last week during Iowa State's quarter break. Phil, a freshman, was recently pledged by Lamda Chi Alpha fraternity; Dr. and MM. J. N. Kenefick dad as guests over the Thanks* giving weekend their daughter' in-laW, Mrs. Stephen Kenefick, Katy and Stephanie of West Des Moines. Dr. Kenefick's sister, Miss Naomi Kenefick of Eagle Grove, was a guest on Thanksgiving day. Cindy Cowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowan, was home from State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, for the noli day weekend. Mr. and Mr*. James Andrea* sen, Jon, Amy and Steven spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Andrea sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kimmel of Sheldon. "Mr. and Mr*. John Hood, Cheryl and John, Jr., were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Hood's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Haynes of Wesley. Mr. and Mr*. Clair Blossom drove to Waterloo last week Sunday where they visited Mr. Blossom's aunt, Miss Margaret Rait, who is living in the Allen Memorial Home there.. Mr. and Mr*. Oryille Wick* have been in constant touch with the Columbia, Mo., surgeon who performed a tonsillectpmy on their daughter, Barbara, Nov. •17. The doctor reports that Barbara, a student at Stephens College, is coming along fine. Mr. and Mr*.: William Doddt had as guests Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fort Dodge this Friday to hav* Her tonsils out. She will be in Lutheran hospital there tot about two days. ; . Mr. and Mrs. Jake were visited over the holiday weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Godden, Phillip and Jennifer, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Peiree were in Waterloo for the Thanksgiving weekend visiting their son: and his family, Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce, and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan, Judy Bickert was homo with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bickert over the holiday weekend. She is a student at the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Parsons had as their guest for several days last week Mrs. Parsons' sister, Mrs. Opal Porter of Des Moines. The Parsons' daughter Linda joined them for the Thanksgiving holiday. She attends Waldorf College in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Terry McGuire were in Fort Dodge last week unday to attend the baptism ol he twin daughters of Mr. and vlrs. Floyd Albers. Mrs. Albers, he former Carol Feldman, aught here a few years ago vlr. and Mrs. McGuire were sponsors for the 'babies, Kelly and Kari. Mrs. Alena Hemphlll and Mrs Richard Cowan drove to Mason City-last week to meet Mrs. Hemphill's brother, Shirley Glasscock; who flew in from, Kansas City for the holiday weekend. Mr. Glasscock also'vis- ited his brother, Charles Glasscock, a patient at St. Ann hos- Seely, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Seely, Algona. Mr., and Mr*./ Sheridan Cook will take their daughter Lynn to You are cordially invited to visit our . . . Diamond Room •• • ., , -,'•''. * • ' and view the finest / collection of diamonds in this area, priced from $ 39 to'350... Tales by Cathy Chrlschllles Pans went wild as the Bulldogs tromped Swea City last week 101-42. Good work Bulldogs, the student body is behind you all the way. —AHS— A.H.S. wrestlers obtained their second victory of the season when they beat Estherville by the score .of 32-6. Last Wednesday night the student council) sponsored a soc- Tuesday morning a former hop to start off the Thanksgiving A.H.S. student, Phil f aylbr, gave an assembly about his trip to Brazil last summer. He Stayed with former foreign exchange student, Salvador de Souza. It was an interesting assembly and everyone was glad to see Sal again. .•'»'...'. " '"'"' '' Relax in privacy and comfort and let us show you bur beautiful diamonds this Christmas! CSr Your credit is good at Rusk'* . . No down payment .' . , 18 month* to pay . . . Discounts given for cash.;, Rusk Drug & Jewelry BO 1 pital. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Blossom spent Thanksgiving in Forest City, guests of- Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardal. Mrs. Fred Wegener was a gjiest last week Sunday of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegner and family of Swea City. '','' Mr. and Mrs. "Pat" Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fowler entertained Mr. and Mrs. Claire Levins and son Barry of Cass Lake, Minn., over the holiday weekend. Mrs. Levins is a sister of Mrs. Jensen and Mr. Fowler. Barry is a freshman at Bemidji State College, Bemidji, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfiold and Jennifer were in Ames, Wednesday visiting Mrs. Kingfield's sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jungk. Mr. and Mrs. William .t nrt children drove to Webstef City last week Sunday to visit vlr. and Mrs. Bernard Ermels. Mrs. Ermels is the former Mar^an Pecoy of Algona. The Stu- lers stopped in Fort Dodge erii^ "oute where they visited Mrs. •tuder's parents, Mr. and Mi's! \lvin Dillon, The Rev. end Mrs. Milo Daihy 7 .pent Thanksgiving in Mitchell, S. D., with their daughter an^ her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Johr Thurston. The Dailey's son, Mile V, a student at Dakota Wesley n University in Mitchell, was ,lso a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan had their sons Greg and Glenn home during the holiday weekend. Greg is a student at Grin- lei and Glenn attends the university at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Monroe wero visited over the holiday weekend by Mr. Monroe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Monroe of Baltimore, Md. AdyertUe in the Advanre Largest PAID circulation The Gift That Keeps On Giving AMERICANA FACTS the basic foundation, so you know what you are talking about, in ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA IDEAS the foresight that lights the way to leadership, found in THE HARVARD CLASSICS WORDS the vocabulary Uiat helps you put yourself across to others, found in WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY PHONE 2N4144 ALGONA, IOWA The Gift The Whok Family Will En joy ENDS WED. NOV. 33 ALGONA vici-1 game, while the gflftten gW* ffl Id%rt ihd tingi«Twith Blue -•--' Batth. For $10.95 you get the right time. $4.00 more, the right day. 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