Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
Page 12
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IHM.OONA «•*•) AOVANCI THURSDAY, bet, is, Mrs. V*rt end her brother Fred Hagen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. T*d Vera at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pott, Mrs. Elizabeth Post, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aridreason attended the funeral Monday at, Clear Lake for W alt Post, uncle of Mrs. Andreason and Dick Post, and brother-in-law of Mrs. Elizabeth (Hugh) Post. He had been in failing health for some time, Mrs. Elizabeth Post and* Mrs. Frank Vera stoppled there last week "Thursday enroute home from Mason City. Walt was taken to ISt. Joseph Mercy hospital, Mason City, the following day. He was married to Ada Stewart and for many years they made their home in Algona. Later they moved to Clear, Lake and Walt was a city 'employee. They have a son Kenneth who is married and lives at Clear Lake. The deceased was a little past eighty. '.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metiger Sr. attended, the funeral services fl week ago Saturday at Yankton, S: p., for Hans Calleson, son of ttieir son-in-law's father. They returned home the following day. •-Mrs. Everett Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . William Geer- S g, .is hospitalized in Glen Eln, 111.: and will perhaps have surgery. If 'she is sufficiently recovered, Mr. and Mrs. Geering plan to spend Christmas there and will be taken there by their granddaughter Mary Ann and her husband .James Lau, of St. , Paul. The Laus will go from there to Sioux City to spend the holidays with his parents. . Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst will have as guests from Dec. 22 till , > the 28th the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lacy, of High' land Park, 111. ' They will make the trips via plane to and from Mason City. .'•Mrs. Floyd Turner hat returned from a visit of two weeks in Qes Moines with her daughters Ruby Walton and Marjorie Ap. pie. They wiirjoin Mrs. Turner here to go to Sheldon for Christ mas with another daughter, and luisband, tyfr.'and Mrs. Cornelius former Pauline Turner. Mary Streit, who had recent surgery at Mercy hospital, Port Dodge, is still hospitalized but is slowly recovering. Mr and Mr*. Henry Guderian plan to spend Christmas at Wai- tham, Minn., with their son-in- law and daughter Mr, and Mrs. Meril Bacon. Mr. and Mrt. H. M. Smith have been visited by a niece of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. E. G. Davis, of Cocoa, Fla., who came to see Mary Streit at Fort Dodge. She left for home Tuesday. Jack Streit has been here from Denver and Leo Streit has been here from LeGrande, Ore., to see Mary and are dividing their time between the J. M. Smiths and the Matthew Streits. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids with their son Michael ano 'amily. They attended the first, communion Of the Michael Streit's son Mark. Mrs. Grace Johnson will 'be leaving quite soon for Cedar Rapids where she will visit with tier brotHer-ih-law and sister Dr. and Mrs; C. E. Miller. Fron, there she will go to Oakland, Jalif., and remain for the winter with her daughter Charlott. and husband Prof, and Mrs. Rob ert Hartman. Prof. Hartman L on the faculty at Berkeley uni versity. Mrs. Laura Hough is being vis ited by Gertrude Woith, of .Owa< tonna, Minn. She is making ; rather extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Waltar Klariif have been visited by the latter', nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs James Stewart of Cokato. Minn At another T time they had; a, guests Mrs: Lottie Eisenbergei aunt of Mrs: Klamp, and Mr. an Mrs. Eugene Skeans, granddau ghter of Mrs. Isenberger anc husband who for the past foui years have "been at Anchorage, Alaska, where Mr. Skeens was in service. They are being transferred to North Carolina. Mrs. Eisenbarger is going to spend the ^winter in Bancroft with Mrs. Mary Stauder.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lewis plan .Mo., with the latter's mother Mrs. A; B. Montgomery, Mrs. Den Smith Jr., wht iuf- feted a heart attack a few weeks ago, is now able to sit up a lit' tie but is expected to be hospitalized ten days or a couple of weeks moreV- v v •• - ~ > Mrs. Bertha Pommer will' be at Fenton Christmas at the Henry Looft's aftd Will be joined by Mr, and- Mrs, Davids Looft> Mf» and Mrs. Richard Looft, of Min« neapolis; Mr, and Mrs. Jack Looft, of Rochester, Minn.; and Mr, and Mrs. Geret De Waarde, of Ti< tonka. . • f. Mr. and Mrs. Don MeGinnls teichei and Mr, seller is em- oyed. Other gueste at dl 11 b« Mrt. Bartlett'S w Mr* 'Mf«;'.e > n«i ' a few months ago, Is FWflMltl HwlMM will have as holiday guest* thW son Franklin who is in sefvicis and will be coming from /Sift Diego, Calif., and their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Larry St. John of Mooreland. s Roth ft, John cam* from Din* ver, Colo, to attend the funeral services for Roy Nelson who met an untimely death by drowning. She is a sister of Mrs. Leroy Nelson, mother of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bennette are coming from Fulton, 111., to spend Christmas with his, parents Mr. and Mrs, Cecil McGinnis. Both are teaching in the Fulton •school system so they will be here but a few days. Pamela Kees, a student ot the Christian college, Columbia, Mo., will be home to 'spend the holi days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. KeeSi' ; Mr. and' Mrs. Pete Jorgenson will entertain at a family dinner Dec. 26. Guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Louchs, of Ledyard Mrs. Robert Kitchel and Mr. and Mrs. William Coophanger, of .Elnore, and the' respective famil ies, • >., '• '•••••' . •' Chrirtmas guests of .Mr. ant VIrs. Clarence Fraser will be Mr Irene Si Ch going to IMS City, De Kruif. Mrs. De. Kruif is the to spend Christmas at Mone.tt, T" * ^ " , UP TO 60% ON THE FINEST CHRISTMAS TREES .--'•' • . • \ IN TOWN TONY'S TREE FOREST "OPEN DAILY & EVENINGS UNTIL SOLD OUT' Junction of Highways 18 A 169 North of Algona md Mrs. Charles Schlievert anc family, Mary Fraser and Minnie Barker. — ' Weather permitting, Mrs. Peerl Potter, and Mr. and Mrs. Murl ?otter plan to spend Christmas lay at Tama with Mr. and Mrs. lurwood Potter and, their sons md daughter-in-law Mr. anc 1 Mrs. Jerry Potter of Alton, 111, ind Douglas, a student at Car- 'rondale college, ill, , Christmas guests at the Fran!' "Jutts home, will be the childrer lr. and Mrs. Charles Buss anc : :amily of Minneapolis; Dorothy lutts, of Washington, D. C., Mr. md Mrs. Don Butts and family, if Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs' Warren Nelson and children They will spend as much timf •is possible with Mr. Butts who is at the Good Samaritan Home. Mr. and Mrs. John Black have recently moved to Algona from Fort Dodge. They are former Al gonans and he is route salesmar or Colonial Baking Company They have thres children, thr oungest a , daughter, Roxannr Jail, born Sept, 6. John is i the son of the Lyle Blacks and Mrs Black is the former Delores Hurl mrt, daughter of the Maynard Hurlburts, Swea City. W. C. Irelan has gone to Riv ?rside, Calif;;•. for an extended visit with his son-in-law anr daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rober Middleton. : Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas has returned from a visit of a few days at'St. Joe with her son Ralph and family. Mr. and , Mrs. Henry Reefer left Sunday for their home at Arkadelphia, Ark., after a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs, Adam Reefer. Adam is a resident at the Good Samaritan Home. They also visited with Mr, and Mrs H. W. Stebritz. Mr. Stebritz is an uncle of Mrs. Reefer, Mrs, Phil Chase, of Pipe stone, Minn., joined the Reefers Friday. She is a sister of Mrs. Henry Reefer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sailer will be at the home of the latter's parents Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett for Christmas. They live at Storm Lake where, Mrs. Seller have been in poor health the past several weeks and it was necessary for them to have help in their home. Mrs. Mike Welch and daughter Mary Kay Burtis divide the time between them but the Bonnettes are able to be alone nights. •Mrs. Anna Sutton fell in her home a week ago Friday and broke her hip. She has been quite frail and the hip could not be pinned until her physical condition is, improved. Her daugh ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Alderson, drive over daily to see her. ; \ Hannah Haetland, of Lakota, aunt of Dr. John Schutter, is a patient at "Park Mentorial hospital, Mason City, and suffered i. broken hip. She was' found Ion the floor in her home. She is quite frail and more details will )e known as she improves. Mrs.' Schutter went' there Friday' ,to see her, in. addition to. other rips. .Mrs. Rose Smith, formerly of Algona, who moved to PaUllina „ „ winter m KaftMS City, o, with her gtanddaughtef . Fted Medley Mr, M«dl#y in called to service and that his wife not be a- H is probable they will conie to Pauilina for Christmas and Mrs. Smith will Visit With friend* here 4 , At Paullina they will be guests 6! Mrs. Medley's r^nts, Mi*r and Mrs. Knuth, Mr, M(i Mrs. Valle Naudaln spent the weekend It Elmore, Minn., .with the latter's brother- in-law and sister Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Maland, Jean Slree, who is employed in Chicago, til,, will be home for Christmas and New Year's which will be spent with her parent! Mr. and Mrs, John Sires Sr. Mr. end Mrs. Alex Olson of Armstrong spent a day recently with their daughter and husband gal ftngw-s of the tfaivcn&ty of who is § st4rfet»t *t the sky, li t Mefflfcfr of both groups Md is t soteiM with th« • ,'H* ' MIMTIMO AT TM« ADVANCI Mr. and Mrs. John Sires Sr, Mrs. George Grimsehl was vis* ited last week Monday /by Mrs. Bud Elbert of Spirit Lake. She is a niece of Mrs. Grimsehl. Mr. end Mrt. Walter Elbert are leaving Dec. 20 for Albuquerque, N. M., for a visit till after New Year's with their son John and. family. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gunder are leaving Friday, Dec. 16, for a vis it at Tampa, Fla., with theii Jaughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hirth. They will also visit an aunt of Mrs. Gunder Mrs/Andrew Fries at Fort Lau derd&e. Mr and Mrs. William F. Kraf will drive to Vermillion, S. D. Thursday to attend the Christmas concert presented by the University Choir and the Madii BEAUTIFUL POINSETTAS $ 1.99 UP al HARRISON'S VARIETY m <&. »!^,. u< ^4P( > BEGIN WITH Stuff her stocking with our imaginative hosiery gifts. Beautiful, striking colors make for fashion- wise gifting. Lovely yet practical are gifts of dress sheers . . . buy them by the box. She'll love every walking minute! per &meo stockings SHEAKLEYS LATE l( SHOPPERS! 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