Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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l-*Ai«*ONA (lewi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4, H*rry PaHer earn* hamt Sunday evening from West Bfefid where she had gone on the previous Wednesday lo spend several days at the home of her daughter Mrs Leonard Baas. You'll find them listed in DIVIDENDS OVER THE YEARS, a handy 16-page booklet that's yours just by dropping into my office. In addition, it lists 50 stocks that are most popular with institutional investors, along with an explanation of common stocks, growth companies, how securjtics are bought and sold. Call or write for FREE copy. JOHN LOVE *M***MMe*«W**M*M**t>+«*»*M++***********«*** Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 A daughter berti Jan. 26 to Mr and Mrs David Yeoman at Cedar Ruptds has been named Janet Janelle. Her birth makes grandparents of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman for the first lime. The maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Wayne Keilh. And the baby lias as great-grandparents: George Yeoman, and Mrs L. W. Keith of Algona, and Mr and Mrs L. K. Hudson, former Algonians, now living at Thousand Oaks, Calif. David is employed at Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids. Mr* Fred Shiltt, O.E.S. district Instructor, began her scr- ies of winter Schools of Instruction at Clarion on Monday and will continue with two or three each week through February and March. 4*.5 S. Hall 295-3500 T. C. Henderson' & Co., Inc. Members New York Stork Exchange The Rev and Mr* Myron Talcott of DCS Moincs, son-in-law and daughter of the Louis Kcl- leys, recently took into their home two small children, a boy of three and a 20 months old girl who are brother and sister, with plans for their eventual adoption. The Rev Talcott is engaged in Campus Ministry at Drake University and is to occupy the pulpit at the local Methodist church on Feb. 21, When the couple will bring the children to the home of the grandparents. The Wes Barfletts, Howard Millers, Frank B. Harceys, L. S. Muckeys, and Jack Chrischilles- es attended a dinner meeting of Kiwanis held Tuesday evening of last week at the Hotel Warden in Fort Dodge. Another local group attended a similar meeting at Spencer on Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Dave Smith, left Friday to drive to 'Florida for a two . weeks vacation. They called home Sunday •w,%%%%".%v.%%%v%-.s%vw.v; eveni "g from Tallahassee to say A BIG LIFT... . . . that's what our FREE Daily Delivery can be la yen! - CALL 5-3762 East End Grocery State A Phillips St, they'd traveled all except the last 200 miles in snow and the temperature there at time of the phone call was 35 degrees. They planned lo go to Scbring, then to Pompano Beach and Miami before turning back toward home. Mrs Lloyd Wcllcndorf is staying with the Taylor children while their parents are away. Kim Deal, who is soloist at University Christian church in DCS Moines while working for his Masters Degree at Drake, drove home Sunday afternoon accompanied by a college friend, Curtis Steven, and they remained with Mrs Cclia Deal and son Don till Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Carl Norman brought the former's mother, Mrs Kreda Norman, to St. Ann hospital Saturday in their station wagon from St. Louis where she had been hospitalized almost four weeks following a stroke. She was immediately placed in oxygen. Mrs Norman had gone lo St. Louis early in December planning to remain for the winter. Her son and daughter-in- law remained overnight at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs Earl Zeiglor, then started home about noon on Sunday during the snow storm. Mrs Vic Hiserodt is a daughter of the elderly patient. Mrs John McGwire drove to LaCrossa, VVis., Wednesday of last week, called by the serious illness of a sister, Mrs Leland Brown, of Lansing, la., who was hospitalized there. She was much improved a few days later and Mrs McGuire got home Friday evening knowing that her sister would be discharged from the hospital on Sunday. The Rev and Mrs N. M. Coughenour left Sunday on vacation. They were to spend Monday in Waterloo while the pastor attended a meeting of the North fowa Conference Commission on World Service and Finance, and from there drove south and west where they will spend three weeks in Texas and Arizona, returning home about Feb. 23. Next Sunday Rev Kenneth Barringer of Des Moines will accu- py the pulpit during the worship service at First Methodist church. He is Iowa Area Secretary of Adult and Student Work and will address the adult classes during the Sunday School hour. Merle Wellendorf has bten at Veterans' hospital in Des Moines since Jan. 4 when his sister- in-law, Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf, took him down. He has had two separate operations and is now doing all right. Mrs Wei lendorf spent Sunday to Tuesday of last week in Des Moines with her daughter Carmen's family, and had also gone down earlier to visit him. Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers flew from Omaha to Phoenix last week Tuesday to attend a meeting of Home Federal and Loan associates and then went to Las Vegas for a brief stay before coming home yesterday, Their two daughters, Doreen and Marcia, remained with their grandparents, the C. H. LaBar res, and on Sunday accompanied them to Iowa Falls to visit at the Dennis Gahan home. Clay Mowers, a student at Drake, did not come home during the se- mester break, but went instead with other University young people to Cable, Wls., on a ski* ing trip. Mrs Dean Greothurst cd to her home at St. Paul oh Sunday after spending three weeks here at the home of her parents, the L. S. Hoveys. She stayed with her father while Mrs Hovcy was hospitalized at Park in Mason City for major surgery and remained for a time after her mother was dis* missed on Jan. 23rd. Mrs Greethurst is the Hovcy's daughter Marilyn. John Thuente, who had been at Park hospital, Mason City, since Dec. 26, was released Sunday and brought home by his daughter, Jackie, Mrs Bill Sangwin, of Cherokee. He had undergone two operations, had numerous transfusions, and was very ill for a time. After a short rest at home, Mrs Sangwin took him with her to Cherokee to further recuperate. Esther Thuente, the other daughter, is also at the Sangwins, recuperating from a broken ankle. Both women are registered nurses. Mrs Thuente remained here to operate the Thuertte Drug Store with the son Jerry. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Peirce recently vacationed in Florida ior two weeks returning home on Jan. 23. They first went to Waterloo and saw their son George installed as Senior Warden in the Masonic Lodge there, then flew to Tampa. While in Florida they got about in a rented car and visited many old friends from Indiana whom they had not seen for several y e a r s, calling at Pompano Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Ft. Meyer Beach, Osprey, and Sarasota. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow and the latter's sister, Josephine Dittmer, attended funeral serv- ces Friday at the Burt Presby- erian church for Mrs Chas. Larson, 84, who had died on Tuesday at the Good Samaritan iome here. Mrs Larson was Ca- •oline, the eldest of the nine children in the Dittmer family, and had been a widow for many years. Her brother, Dr Arthi.fr Dittmer and his wife came from Thornton and stopped at Clarion to pick up another sister, Mrs Harry Hobson, who had not been away from home since the death of her husband last fall, not being able to get about. Other Algonians in attendance at the funeral were Mesdames Chas. Patterson, Arthur Jackman, and Hugh Raney. Engaged MR. AND MRS, John H. Hanson, Dcnison, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Jeanctte, to David H. Long, son of Mr and Mrs Howard Long, Algona. The wedding will be FCD. 28 at Zion Lutheran church, Dcnison. They will live in Des Moines where they are employed. They plan to continue their college work in night classes. other son-in-law and daughter Shirley, Mr and Mrs Duane Burnett, at Rudd, and drove home Sunday aiternoon in th«j snowstorm. Mrs Hugh Colwell . was di»missed Tuesday, of last week irom St. Ann where, she was .a gatient for one week following ah auto collision on Jan. 19 in winch she dislocated her right shoulder and suffered.,mirnur- pus bruises. She was taken from the hospital to. the home of her son Willis where she. is .remaining lor a time and. later .plans to go to the nome of her daughters family, the Dr. Harold Banwaris o::' Adel, who visited Jver and the- Willis Colwells on Sunday. • . • |, The Executive Board cr Kos- sutlv County Historical Society lieicf a luncheon meeting last /Thursday, Jan .28, at the Cun- vhingfiam Gate in Hurt with nine members present. Plans were laid tor the annual Spring meet- ting, which will be held on Sun;aay, May 2, at the Biirt high school. It was announced that 33 Life members have been placed on the toll during 1964 arid the $330 covering theif payments was set aside in the special Life Membership fund. Many members have already paid their annual 1965 dues and those yet unpaid will be called upon by a committee in the hope that all will be in before the annual meeting. Plans were considered to have the Historical Rooms open more frequently to the public in the near future and, as usual, it was announced that new members will be welcomed into the Society at any time, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schulti left a week ago Tuesday to drive to Phoenix where they plan to remain tor about two months. Irwin Malueg left Fort Dodge by train Sunday evening tor Cnicago and a brief visit with his mother, Mrs L. J. Malueg who suffered severe nasal hemorrhages last week requiring dlooo transfusions and later was placed again under oxyg°.n tor a recurring lung infection. She is now being cared for in a rest nome at Harvey, ill., where she was earlier hospitalized and is near tne family, ot her daughter Kuth at Homewood where she was visiting when taken ill. SOCIETY INFANT BAPTIZED Craig Steven, infant son of Mr and Mrs Les Foxhoven, was baptized Jan. 17 in St. Cecelia church by Msgr. P. P. Gearen. Sponsors were Henry Foxhoven and daughter 'Carol of Earling, Iowa. Maternal grandparents arc Mr and Mrs, Les Kenyon; .great- grandparents are Mr and Mrs Vlbert Granzow. LEGION AUXILIARY The Kpssuth County Units of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their quarterly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2 p.m., at the Legion hall in Whitte- mote. SEWING CLUB MEETS Mfs Nancy Motfaii fed her sewing club Tuesday af* PIZZA Now aviilablt at FINN'S BAKERY 120 EAST STATE 295-5213 ALGONA YARN SALE / ' BECAUSE I AM MOVING PROM ALGONA IN A FEW MONTHS, I WILL CLOSE OUT MY YARN SHOP ALL YARNS reduced 20% skein NEEDLES & BOOKS . 10% off ALL KITS reduced . .25% KNITTING BAGS . . . 10% off ACCESSORIES. . ... 10% off Shop open daily 10 a.m."to 5 p.m. and Friday night 7 to 9:30 SALE CONTINUES UNTIL SOLD OUT No Refunds or Returns Olive's Yarn & Knit Shop 914 S. Harriet ALGONA, IOWA ONLY Mr and Mrs Kenneth Baugh man left Monday for Cham-' paign, III., after spending six days with her parents, the' Wayne Smiths, during the se-- mester break at U. of Illinois.! Paul Smith, a student at junior college in Mason City, was also home for several days. On Sundays the. Smiths, Baughmans, and Mrs Elizabeth Helmke and son Dennis were dinner guests at the W. A. Runchey home. 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