Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1966 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1966
Page 14
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TMUMDAY, bit, », 1**4 H H'H H H'tH M HH * ONliTA DIDRIKIIN n t r i ... 1 1 1 1 ......... i ... and MH, Jon Riilf* and daughter B&h, Mi "• 3 * i j e*tne Saturday to spend "Chrtat- f,*irowith Hk parent, the Vaughn K Risings and return^ ed holne Monday. '.',; , Mr. and Mr». Konnotft man, of Urbana, 111., visited her parettts, the Wayne Smiths, here, and Kenneth's parents at Tort Dodge, during the Holidays. Mr. and Mr*. RuMoll Pickett of Ankeny, former Algoniam, Will leave Jan. 10, tb fly to the Bahama Islands for a'Week of Vacation in Nassau. Mr. Pickett Won the trip through t contest sponsored by his employers, L. Teweles Seed Company, of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mr*. J. B. AM wont to Rochester last Thursday and she'was .'found well enough to be dismissed from the Mayo Clinic and is continuing oonval- , testing at home from/her recent * Airgery. " 4 Mr. irnd Mr*. Ronald Potorson and two sons came for Christmas Bye with his; mother, -Mrs Florence Peterson, then went to Fort Dodge for! Christinas; Day with 'her parents, the Ralph Browns. When they returned to Ounith on Tuesday, Ronald's mother accompanied them and to remain at their'home Ofonn ftchottor, h«mt frwti SUt for the Holidays accompan- led his Mother, Mrs. Joe Tschetter, to Huron, S. D., on SatUT' day where they spent Christmas With hef mother- j, , 5 (• StMt* wa* r*t«*Md frttn St. Ann Monday morning After receiving treatment one week For • a heart condition. The Steele's two daughter* and their families, Wanda, Mrs. Leo Thil* ges, Charles City; and Gloria, Mrs. Harold Erpelding, Lexington, Nebr., came Sunday and the Erpekungs remained this week to visit his relatives at Whitte- Kan*, wtiefe h*gotu High School t«tch«r ind Good Hop*, condu*t«d I ", f, teaches; *t»o the grindsOft, Jim Flckett, aftd hi* wlf« and daughter. the young Pickets left Tuesday fot Fort Benning, d*., he r h*v4ng completed his Hoii- '' " "' Allen hi*jwte nun.™., but Mrs. Collier part time teaching how. ,. . ^ •.»* Vnfk />iii ' *"— -" **—'*' Th* Mr*. Harry Hargr*av*« wont to Omaha on Friday to be with her husband who is hospitalized there and also with her son Kenneth and a daughter's family, the Dr. Matthiasons, at Council Bluffs. , 'Mr*. Arthur Jackman had as Christmas , dinner guests, her' daughter/s family, the William Knolls and children, of Lone Rock and the, granddaughter, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink, of Whittemore. Mr. and :Mr*. L. S. Muckey spent Monday at Ankeriy with their son Russell Pickett's family, and saw; the granddaughter, the former Judy Piokett and husband, Mr. and' Mrs. Denny Dusek and baby daughter, home have spent the' Holidays wttlt their respective parents,, the Harold Van Aliens and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Fox. Jame* WM flown to Des Moine* Tuesday bV hM sister Pat Dowrrt. to catch a plane for Topeka, Kaiw., and his wife and five children are remaining with local relatives till this weekend when he will come for them. 1 Mr. and Mr*. Charfro* Sim? mons and daughter JoAnm came Sunday from Manchester to have a family Christmas with tier parents, the Don Nelsons, her daughter's family, the Jerry Cowans, and the Warren Nelsons, then returned home Monday. C' ; '/ •' i ' ^ / • Mr*. Clint Lightor wont to Humboldt Sunday morning to chare a Christmas family dinner at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Lanny Robinson, and her husband; also the Lighter's (laughter and son-in-law, the Le Roy Petersons and another daughter, home with her hus band,"Mike Jensen, from Arva da, Colo. Mrs. Lighter rode to Humboldt 'with Mr. and Mrs J. V. Evans who had Christmas dinner with their daughter. Word hat boon roceivod from the Joe Colliers, who now live at St. Paul, that; Joe has r undergone serioUs surgery, following ex traction of an impacted wisdom tooth, but is returning • to his graduate work at Minnesota University. He is a former Al family, Brotixvillc ittd on Jwi. 4. Mr. ami MfK; R. W Andei-son took him to Mason City to catch a plane. if* flllflfr ben of a ftafb«rth«p double quartette Uttg several ' sented a ,gfoiift of hef; V6i« pupil* in appropriate Holiday mus* d. Later the sinfigng group* ,vi* ted and aing for patient* it Htoifei. "'•!..- Mr. arid Mr*. Harrlt . BarbaWlfire re- timing by plane frorti ,CSaUforn- ta Where, they flewptfro weeks ago for a Holiday visit With their son Joel,,his wife, and, the new {rand son, who live iti the San Francisco area; Mr. and Mr*. Steve Ottrum and two foster children came from Dubuque to have Christinas with her parent!, the Walter Petersons. Then oh. Decs 26th, the Petersons left for a two weeks vacation. They "will visit an aunt at Port Naches, Tex. and plan to go into Mexico,for a couple of days. Walter works at the City Water Plant and his wife at the Advance office. Mr. and Mr*: Loyd Keith and their youngest'son Jeff arrived unexpectedly from Burbank Calif., for a Holiday visit with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, the Harold Van Aliens the William Bestenlehners am other relatives. They planned to leave today for home. mi r_iii < ( j On Thursday, Owe. 22, Mr and Mrs. O. L. Nasby entertain ed at a Coffee for patients ; a 1 Good Samaritan Home II and members of the Auxiliary, from 3 to 4 with a large crowd in at tendance. Rev. Merlin'Davies o Four women ffom Fm vr-vWMICV ,\ffmw^f Cevl ReyftoldSi tfldtlw id fimiliM of th* ' {GtiMmt.-,-- fctriiWiM djy m Fred D»M«« arid ney „.__ ____ to th* Carol Reynold* •rntlv in Hot Sprtngs, Ark. in Burt homes Burt—Mrs. Mabel Campney jad as guests Dec. 26 at LeRoy Davis's home, the Harold Camp- neys, Arnolds Park, Walter Oampneys, the Dick Campney*, Rev. Art Campney family, Gilmore City, Garry Davises, Algona, the Darrell Davis's Ben Thompson, Keokuk, and Fred Davises. The group talked on the phone to the John Buscher family in Billings, Mont. Their son Dennis Buscher, who is, in the, Navy sent'pictures of the Holy Land and France with tape recordings. Dennis spent Christmas in Paris, France. SHOWER IS GIVEN A linen shower for Vicki Miller, Runnemede, N. J.,,was held Thursday at Mrs. G. H. McMull en's. £ Guests., were Mrs. Lawi-enc^V,Miller ,and Michelle, Tokyo/Japan, Mrs. J. L. Miller Mrs. B. P. Fredrickson. Mrs Clark Miller and Valorie, Mrs Gregory- Miller, Titonka, Mrs Harold Presthus, Mrs. Elsie Winter, Judy Mitchell, Mrs. Don „ wet* at Darrell Davis'*. ' hr'Jerry Gubbels and Lisa, ...dknola, cam* Saturday for ChriMmas at Alvin Baumgard'*. They left Monday. ,',] ^ Guett* Chriitma* day at Mr* James ChriMenoen's were C«pt. David Chri»tensen wd Betty, Tul*a, the C. R. .Krantoo* and , George KOetUew and Vicki, and the Jerry Koestler*. Betty .will return Monday by plane from 'Del Moine*. David will leave Friday. Guest* Christmas x day at Ron* aid Jurgen's home' were the C, A. Jurgens, Ledyard, f Mrs Arthur Cody, Cylinder, the James Christensens, Atlantic bi the afternoon they visited Grandma Berkland in Fenton Mr*. Andrew Berkland is Mr* Jurgen 1 * grandmother. Dec. 26 the Ronald Jurgens family spent the .day with her mother, Mrs. Art Cody, Cylinder. Also guests were the Ken neth Cody's and Jane Christen- The Jack McMullens, North wood, spent the holidays with relatives:here. . > sen, Atlantic. , Christjma*r Eve the children and families of the Wilfred Woltzes were home., , Guests/ Dec. 24 at Albert Bleich's were the Carl Reynolds, Odey Cherlands and E. C. Sch- wieterts. , . At Werner Struecker's, Christmas guests-were the Carl Reynolds, S. L. Robinsons^ Herman Bussies and Terry Strueokers. Dec. 26 the Odey .Cherlands were hosts at. the Cunningham cafe to the Carl Reynolds, Al- ftnd L«U* SofM; ton*. The afternoon wa« ip*nt th« Ch»Und hottw. Sunday the Ctrl teyiioldi talk Mid day they ,<Ju«tt Dec. i« at fid Frexl- rickson'l were the Jim Fredrick- ont, Rockwell, the Lawrence ifiUen, Tokyo, Japan/ and Vicki ler Runnemede, N. 3, the / L. Miller* took the Lawrence !411*rt and Vicki to Mlnneapo if, Tuttday and they flew to Runnwnede, Vicki will be m*r« ftod there Dec. 29. Robert Voigt won the |50 bond and J, L Miller Hurl Thurtd*yhad*coffoe ia Poihwmis (Ju^s Vogel, tfthl Doege, 1•Uttie Vaft .. V«l ry We*tlings Mrt Otto Westhng, Algona were gtiefts Dec 22 at Raymond Wes*ling>. Guests Christmas d*y at Vern Shiplet'* wwe 'the Raymond Westlings, Mrt. Otto Weeing, the' Clarence Weatlings, Bar hum, Mfs. DoMs Holtapp, Pomeroy, Lawrence Westling, Fort Dodge, the George 'Westiings, and John.Volks, Humboldt. I "' ,r • . 'i ' 'J il ' /'{>{ /, . .,!•>, rt,, fi^X'/i'V?', l r r i ^^ J ^^^^ M ^ H& <^» dk^A .^ v 'Jfc. > j * TREES FOR SMI! , Taking orders for seedling*' for windbreak* • and wildlife plantirigs •, '"','•< , •t the Kowoth County Set! Conservation DUtrlet office! Price* reasonable, x . 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