Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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•-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCl THURSDAY, DIC. I, IfM i M H'i H H H H H MIIM tit n MM Around Algona **ONI6TA OIDRIKSEN 4'lllll I I Ml I I M I I I I I -, Mr*. Don Smith, Sr,, suffered ft heart attack on Wednesday 01 Uwt week and has since been a patient at St. Ann. Ralph Brown of Port Dodge brought Mrs. Florence Peterson to Algona Tuesday' hiftrning of fast Week and she is staying in her own apartment while recuperating further from surgery at Lutheran Hospital. She will return to her doctor for a check' tip in a couple of weeks. She had been at the Brown 'home alter dismissal from the hospi- Phon* 295*2605 M1111111111 M 111111III Mrs. Craig Smith took her mother, Mrs. J. M. Fleming to Good Samaritan j Home on Saitr uffday to remain temporarily alter three weeks as a patient at St. Ann. For Car or Homo A Hundreds to select \ from now at . . . TOM'S RADIO & TV ALGONA The new lean LORD ELGIN Automatics Elgin Slim James. drBiig t4K gold watch tfisc teals tx& ezts as well as ate time, f 135 &44*£ &y» l*2*i Jim. Same SA &&SH& ta stainless Mrs, V, K. Rising took a group of her voice pupils to Good Samaritan Home ttundiay afternoon where they sang for. the patients at Home II and entertained patients at the other Home by means of the Sound System. Included in the group were: Connie Derbyshire, LarK Whittemore, Janice Limbaugh, David Beisell, Kathy Skow, Lu- Ann. Holt, Debbie Huiber, Sarah Huber, and fiea Kay Marshall. Dr. Ralph Kitterman, Superintendent of the Spencer District of Methodist c'nurches, occupied the pulpit Sunday at the local church and was accompanied from Spencer by his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Armintrout, Des Moines, visited the Glenn Segers over the weekend. Mr. Armintrout and Mr. Seger attended a DeMolay meeting in Fort Dodge Saturday evening at Which time Mr. Armintrout prer sented the General Service award to a young man from Iowa Falls. Mrs. J, B. Asa, who became ill wiiile at Racine, Wis., to spend Thanksgiving, was taken to Rochester aim there had emergency surgery peinornied on Wednesday 01 last week. In a phone call to local relatives Sunday she was able to talk a little, had had tubas removed irom her nose ana was no longer on intra-venouis feeding, but had been given a vary light iiieal^ Mr. /\sa. remained Mason City wete last Sunday dinner guests' of the Otis Ehg- lands, Ritigated, This was their Tiunksgiving get-together. New location for Bode store after 50 years Monson's Store, a familiar place at the south end of main street to Bode area residents for more than 50 years moved to the Kinseth Store building, Larry Monson, owner of the store came, to Bode from Washington, in 1981 and bought the store from his > Uncle, Art Monson. Art Monson, now retired had owned and operated the business, started by his father, for 45 years. Another brother, Ted Monson until his death had been associated with Art for 15 years. Kinseth's her. The address is Room 5-278, St. Mary's Hospital, Koonasiber. Callers at the Methodist Parsonage on Wednesday or last week were Mrs. Katneilne Sidles and Mrs. Naoa. Halverson, both oi. Esmeirville. Mrs. Haivor- soa is cnurcn school superintendent at the year when he will be sent to Germany, " , Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Olson, and Mrs. Obon's father, Mr. Bert Gardner of Cowrie visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wigatts in, Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Don Aure entertained members of the Jansen family at their home Sunday, From Bode the Donald Bakken family, and the Max Jansen fanv ily, and other relatives from Pal* met and Humboidt, Mr, »nd,Mr«. Bob Schueler and family, Titonka. -i The Terry Johnsons were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Truman Johnson home. ' Wednesday evening guests at the Terry Johnsons were Donald Millers of Burt. the The Ed Frerichs were Day guests at the Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brones • Mrs. Martin Gabel was at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, Sunday to Tuesday of last week for X-rays and will enter the hospital this week on, Wednesday for surgery on, Friday. Thanksgiving Day guests at the August Robison home were the Vern Mdrtensens and fam- |ily, Hutohenscn, Minn., the store, which was Clifford Beadles and family, and owned by Leo Kinseth for a Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lehse. number of years, later by Milton | Ronnie Roalsen 'has been, dis- and Herbert Kinseth moved to charged from the Navy, after Fort Dodge and Milton operated' serving 4 years, and is at home the store alone since 1965 until with his parents, the Harold he sold out in 1962. The Kinseth Roalsens. building has been standing emp- Thanksgiving Day guests at ty since 1964. Milton Kinseth the Harold Roalsen home were sold the building recently to Larry Monson and JAr. Kinseth has moved to Fort Dodge where he is custodian at' the North Junior high school. The Monson store has been completely redecorated and is now open for business. The larger store, gives more display room and many new features have been'added. Two checkout counters are in the front o; the stare. The Monson's run, the store with the assistance ot their daughter, Valerie. The Monsons have two other children Betsy and Kevin. PROGRAMS DATED The Twin Rivers high school music department will give a of Christmas music at n Bode formerly served and Mrs. Sidles is church secretary there, now on a. brief vacation following the death of her husband. Mrs. John Hayes cam* from Mason City Thursday for the WSOS luncheon and program put on by her daughter-in-laiw; Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Mrs. Wes Bartlett and others of the Methodist church choir. It was a program of Christmas music from the New Hymnal sung by Mesdames Everett Steven, Glenn Graham, Shiriey Cubit, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Hayes, with. Mrs. Rex Taylor at the piano, for solos, duets and choruses', also joined by the audience. Readers were Mesdames Leroy Strohman and Jerry Anderson. The Rev. and Mrs. William Noland were accompanied to Storm Lake Sunday aiteiraoon by Mrs. D. E. Dewel and 'Mrs. C. R. Schoby to attend a meeting of Hospital and Homes Com mitte'e of this area. Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft ._ her sister, the Lyle Westfalls, Graettlnger, Thanksgiving Day guests at the Marlin Paul home were members of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Irven Hogland and family* Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skartvedt and family, all of Radcliff, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Newhall and son, Webster City, Dale Grupe, Hubbard, Henry Tjarks, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grupe and son, Iowa Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grupe and family, Britt; and his 'mother, Mrs. EU|nc|ra Paul, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Doug Guerdet and children spent Tuesday to Sunday of last week at the home of her parents, the Roy Brodersens at DeSmet, S. D. Her sister, Mrs. Richard Price and two sons of Brookings, S. D., ^returned to spend a week at the Guerdet home. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thompson, and family, Mrs. P. A. Holcomb, 'Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, C. Larson and family, the Reuben Holcomb family, Mrs. Otto Larsen, attended - - —: j -, — —«„„«. n ii; U veil v, cUJ tne recital by Caryl Larsen at William Tobin. St. Olaf College, Northfleld,, Sunday. ' thanksgiving guest* at' the Orville Thoresen home were the Harvey C. Larsens, Julie and Carmen, who was home for the holiday, the P. A, Holcombs, Mrs. Otto Larsen and Petrea Thoresen, also home from college for quarter-break. The Francis terines were Sunday evening guests at the Lee Guerdete. The Francis Torines were attended the Silver Wedding Open House for Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Kreitlow at the Methodist Church at Dows Sunday. Mrs. Kreitlow is the former Leuella Senenfelder of Swea City. The couples children sponsored the event/they are Duane of U. S. Air Force in Alaska, Dennis with the U. S. Army in California, Carol, college student at S. C. I., Cedar Fails, and Dean at home. At the Everett Johansons on Thanksgiving Day were his parents, the Ole Johansons, her mother and brother, Mrs. Anna Peterson and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wegner and family, Fairmont. , , . At the Kenneth Brones home on Thanksgiving, were Danny Anderson, Waverly, Mr; and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Jennifer and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Oil! OT$H JOHNG. For STOCKS & BONDS 11 W«*c*«* * W#ich Repair - Gifts «*•• TAKES CKfCAGO TRIP Johnson, son of the Johnsons, left by bus Hoiaboldt Thanksgiving isig m company of four gisflk aad three other boys :tkv azmaadi Bine International Live- stodc EispKaaitiieaa in Chicago, Air. and! MBS, Bcwrdette Hoeppner of w«re daaperooes for the TJlie Rdinfe 4-H yoting people of essufflhi Cocimlj- were awarded filler taip< im recognition of their Chicago they visited the International Livestock Ex- posiSon, also attended stage shows, "Hello Dolly" and "Sound of Music" and visited the Museum of Natural Science and the O'Hare Airport. Brian is a senior at Sentral high school. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of the Clifford Ganges- stads included Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Olson and family, and Mr. snd Mrs. William Olson, of the Armstrong area. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause, Hollee, Heidi and Hclesia, & Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Kay Krause of The Boys and Girls Glee Clubs and the ' Mixed Chorus Irom Twin Rivers will be heard over Fort Dodge KVFD-TV Dec 10. VISIT IN TEXAS The Leroy Selvigs, Kay, Annie, and Sandy, Fort Dodge left Nov. 22 for Thanfcsg),^;ng in Dallas, Texas.' They also visited the Rev. Ivar Haugens and attended.-.services-'at his church Thanksgiving. The Rev. Haugens were former intern pastor of St. Olaf Lutheran church. The Jerry Ostrums and Sharon, Dubuque, were guests at the parental Melvin Bratlands over the Thanksgiving weekend. The Walter Bakkens and Mrs. Hilda Enger attended the 25th wedding of the Jim Lennings at Humboidt Sunday. Andy Ghantland, Winthrop, and the Harold Johnsons and Roohelle, LaCrosse, Wis., were in Bode last weekend and visited their father, William Chantland, Sr. recovering from pneumonia at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. i Mrs. Pernella Tofteberg is a patient at Lutheran hospital, Ft Dodge. Dec. 11 the Senior Luther Leagnj members of St. Olaf Lutheran church will meet a< the church and drive to For! Dodge for concert. Thanksgiving day guests at the Art Hanson home were the Jennings Nielson family of Hum- boidt and the Bob Joeslyn family of Clarion. i Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lansing ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Ketelson.Ruth and John of West Bend to Des Moines for Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lansing. In the after noon the group attended the Ice Follies at Veterans auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gangestad and their grandchildren, Mark and Elizabeth Ahlrichs went to St. Louis for the Thanksgiving weekend at the Loren Ahlrich home. Elizabeth and Mark have been visiting several weeks al the home of their grandparents the Leon Gangestaiis and the John Ahlrichs of Rockwell City, and returned to their home in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Amelung of Iowa City acoomp, anied the Gangestads to St. " is. SP5 Gary Knudson, son of Mr and Mrs. Jacob Knudson, arrived Jiome last week from Thailand, and will be visiting at itis parents home until the first of MUTUAL FUNDS COMMODITIES O7.O. HendLerson <Se Co., Dos Moines, Iowa 415 South Hall St. Established 1930 • Algona • 295-3500 Members New York Stock Exchange NEW I Kossuth County Advance Ml » " ' I I I i 5.00 To New Subscribers Living In KossuHi County or Adjoining Post Offices. Regular $5.00. In The United States. To New Subscribers Elsewhere Regular $7.00. 1. You may send a special rate Christmas Gift Subscription to anyone who was not a subscriber as of , December 1, 1966. 2. 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