Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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I—ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCt THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1965 Mrt Milton Dahl had at guests Friday Mr and Mrs Dick Dalil, Doug and Debbie, of S\vea City, and ber son and datigbler-in- la\v Mr and Mrs Craig Vinsoii and grandson Handy, of Hock Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt took their son Bob to Mason City Sunday where lie took the Rocket to Cedar Falls where he is a student at the State college. Mrs Wallace McDougall, former Algonan who since the death ot hnr husband has been receptionist at Park hospital. Mason City, is having gall bladder surgery Friday. t>hc will go to Minneapolis to convalesce at the home of her son Bob and family. Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom had as Sunday visitors Mr and Mrs Ray Bakley. and Mr and Mrs Joe Ben bow. of Madrid. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark had a phone call Thursday from Milwaukee. Wis.. from their son Nickie who was in a recent auto accident. His car was hit by one coining onto the main highway and Nicki suffered a leg injury when his car was boing jacked up, and was hit. Having suffered an injury some time ago and in the same area with a blood clot resulting, he consulted a doctor at once but was assured this injury was not so serious nor apt to develop further. Mrs Alice Uayton was visited Monday by her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Harold Roetnlcr, of Livermoro. Mr and Mrs Harold Angus have lelt for Phoenix, Am., where they will visit with his sister, Mrs Grace Davis and from there they will go to California. Their plans are indefinite and having left the farm and sold their household goods, they are looking around before maKing any decisions. The farm they had lived on was recently sold. Mrs A. R. Cruikshank had as dinner guests Sunday her sons- in-law and daughters Mr and Mrs Holland Orcfe, of DCS Moi- ncs, and Mr and Mrs John Mc- Ncill. Mr* W. 0, Ringgenberg and ! granddaughter Ann Hence Lighter attended the commencement exercises at Drake university, DCS Moines. Sunday afternoon. Jan. 31 at 3 p.m., at which time Mrs Emma Jeanne Lighter received her Bachelor of I'inc Arts degree. Mrs Lighter is now working on her Master's degree and hopes lo receive it in the spring. Ervin Lee Van Haaften, art teacher nere who rooms with Mrs L. R. Walker, received his Master's degree recently . Mrs Louis Reding and Mrs Clara Walker went to Ames to sec the play "Beggars Opera" in which Vicki Steil took part. 'Vicki is niece and granddaughter respectively of Mesdames Reding and Walker. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg and Mr and Mrs Hugh Black and children spent Sunday at New Haven with Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf and family. Mr and Mrs Melvin Trout and family returned Monday from Eldora where they were called by the sickness of the father W. K, Trout who is hospitalized. Mi- Trout had suffered a slight stroke and Mr Lloyd had a lung congestion. The trip home was ^ very difficult because of blow-j ing snow. I Jerry Briggs is home on a 30 day leave from the navy and i is stationed at San Diego. He| has also spent tome time in Alaska and recently re-enlisted for six years. March 18 he will enter a school in California. Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs were at Omaha, Neb., last week ior the capping of their daughter Vicki who is attending St. Joseph school of nursing. Mrs William Laubenthal was at Fort Dodge one day last week to meet her sister Mrs Jack Van Cleve and son Mike who flew in from Long Beach, Calif. They joined Mr Van Cleve at DCS Moi- ties where he had been called by the death of his mother, Mrs 1'auia Wee, in an auto accident. Mrs Van Cleve ancl Mike came here (or a visit with Mrs Lau- oenthal and Mr Van Cleve remained In Des Moines to transact, business. William Laubenthal went to Iowa City Saturday lor a checkup on his legs which were severely injured some time ago. He is maKing progress but it is lather slow. tar and Mrs Harry Cutler had as recent weekend guests their son .locti, wife and little daughter 'i racy, of Indiatiola. Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan had Mr and Mrs Irwin Schwiutcrt of Mr and Mrs Don Chfistenseh, have returned from a vacation, in Puerto Rico. Larry is manager of the Firestone company at Marshalltown and will be well remembered here. Honor roll at Ledyard is announced Ledyard — The honor roll for the second nine weeks of school is: 7th grade — Martha Wallentine, Debra Ingebritson, Nancy Thompson, and John Koppen; for thc semester, Martha Wallen- SAT., FEB. 6 MATINEE ONLY AT 1:30 I ALGONA HEIDI IS BACK IN A NEW ADVENTURS PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ENDS SAT., FEB. 6 >••••••••••••••••«•< SUN. Thru WED. FEB. 7 • 10 "JOY HOUSE" Plus "RIO BRAVO" ALGONA Imagine them sharing a shack on a South Sea Island with seven inquisitive chaperones! ... as a Bachelor Beachcomber! ...as a French Schoolmarml Lesue C3RPN For Reasons too Funny to explain the Name of the Picture is... Father TECHNICOLOR TRevonHowaro Plus COLOR CARTOON spent tnc WOCKCIHI at Iowa City i wnere they saw thoir daughter maniyn receive her Masters degree in Political Science from me university. fcctna Smith, daughter of Mrs Anna bmilh, lias returned from i' a r k hospital, Mason City, where sue had disc surgery some time ago. She had gone- lor a check-up and had very good reports, However she will nave to wear a brace hencc- lortlv. /trir and Mrs Walter Klamp attended the luncral services on 'i nursuay at Huniboldt for Ted Lieuwen, 78, deputy shcritf who naci been in poor nealtn of laie.j Mr and tvirs Claudo Runik went to Casper, Vvyo. recently; wnere the former transacted ousmess. iy\r and Mrs Claude Ruark ami Editn went to Cedar Rap- HIS last week Saturday and Sun- nay anu auoiulud the capping of uioir uaugnter Gen, Mrs John tiros, who is taking a course in licensed practical nursing. Mr ibiivs is employed at Ceuar Rapids. Mr and Mrs James Kunkel were guests of Mr and Mrs Bernard Kunkel at Wesley Sunday evening. They were joined by Mr anu Mrs Kubcn Johnson, oi Ringstcd, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Laliicr. | Dr and Mrs H. C. Aillaud went to Des Moines Monday where the doctor transacted ousiness and from there they went to Newton to visit witn Mrs William Aillaud and many friends. They plan to be gone but a few days. Mr and Mrs Eppo Button had as supper guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Vernon Klein, Mrs Carl oeip and Pamela Batt, of Irvington. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson had as'guests Saturday Dr and Mrs Dale Daskett, Mike and Bob, oi Minneapolis, who were en- route home from a visit at Me- /illen, Tex. with Mrs Daskett's parents Mr and Mrs Alvin Karr. Mrs Karr is the former Ivadel Coughlin, sister of Mrs Hanson. Mrs Dena Bogckelman was recently visited by her sister Mrs Gertrude Winter and son Henry, of Blue Earth. Patty, daughter of Dr and Mrs Daniel Bray, who is a student at St. Catherine college, St. Paul, spent her mid-semester break at Roseau, Minn., with her grandmother Mrs J. L. Delmorc. Mr and Mrs Larry Christensen, son and daughter-in-law of I nine wceks, Kathy Cynthia Klinksiek, Craig Klocke; Dcrwin Lcmkc and Marvel Orvick; for the semester, Mardelle Gricse K.athy Hurlburt, Cynthia Klinksiek, Craig Klocke, Derwin Lemkc and Marvel Orvick. Those neither absent nor tardy for the first semester were Douglas Blome, Charles Udstuen, Kathleen Reese, Pamela Klinksiek, Craig Klocke, Patsy Thompson and Marvel Orvick. PAPER DRIVE SATURDAY Cub Scouts will conduct a paper drive Saturday. They will begin their pick up at 1:00. Anyone living in the country may bring paper ot town that afternoon and leave it at the Legion hall. If it is not convenient to contribute paper to the drive contact Rev. Vriesen or Everett Thompson and they will take care of it when it is brought in. Aubrey Watcrhouse entered thc hospital at Mankato for tests Friday. McCoy's birthday. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah met the Glen Burrows at Perry Saturday. They returned from six wceks with their daughter, the DeWain Wilcoxes, California. The Earl Jorgensons were at Walter Hans's Saturday for Mr. Hans's birthday. Terry Roseboro and a friend Bob Scott, Colorado Springs, Colo., visited the Clayton Rose- boros Wednesday to Friday. Terry reported to Fort Leonard Wood Sunday for six months training in the National Guard. Thursday the boys and Mrs. Roseboro visited in Graettinger, Wallingford and Fairmont. * Mrs. Charles Ililferty was released from lite Buffalo Center clinic Jan. 28. iMrs. -fuck Thompson and.baby and Mrs. Ronald Oftman, ftobeft 'and Sandra were guests for an oyster supper in the Harvey Larscn home, in honor of Beckey Brandow's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase and Bcrnice of flurt were Sunday dinner guests in the Levant Moore home in honor of Evelyn's 4th birthday, which will be this Wednesday. Dennis Meister was among a group of folks from Burt that went to Iowa City last Sunday to visit Terry Tieman. It is believed that Terry will be there at least two weeks yet. His mother, Mrs. Jack Tieman, has been with him most of the time since he was injured about a month ago. He is getting along fairly well. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Douglas and Mrs. Dennis Meister were Sunday dinner guests in the Richard Bristow home at LuVerne. Rev. Brower is recovering at Iowa City Irvington — The Rev. Myron Brower, former Pastor of the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian churches, and now pastor at the Morningside Presbyterian church, Sioux City, had major surgery Jan. 28 at University hospital, Iowa City. He had expected to be released last Wednesday, but because of an infection he developed Monday evening from which his fever became alarmingly high, his surgeons, who were called in the middle of the night, found an emergency. Tuesday morning, the kidney which had been operated on earlier and was not functioning was remov- ed Rev. Bfower's fever was so high Monday night when the surgeons were called he was wrapped in towels which had been soaked in alcohol and a fan was turned on him most of the night. Rev. Brower came through the second surgery satisfactorily, but he received several blood ' transfusions in order to prepare him for the major surgery. At present he has special nurses around the clock which he will continue to have until the critical period is passed. His address is University Hospital, 'Room 333-W, Iowa City, Iowa. YOUTH SUNDAY Taking part in the Irvington church observance of Youth Sunday, Jan. 31, were Karleen Klein, call to worship; invoca' tion, Don Canaday; Bill Boldridge, responsive reading; Judy Coleman, Scripture; Ray Chamberlain, prayer; offering prayer of dedication, Terry Chamberlain. Feb. 7 a special offering will be taken to help defray the expense of the furnace recently installed. BRACE REMOVED Donald Patterson recently had a brace on his neck removed which he had been wearing since Dec. 4. He was injured in wrest- 1 ling practice at the high school. I He is restricted for the time being to school activities that will ! not put a strain on his neck. the Lawrence Millers and Mrs. Nell Potter- Merle Wellendorf, who enter- the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, early In January, is still a patient. He has had surgery several times and is reported to be recovering but still does not know when he Will be able to return home. . . ATTENDS SCHOOL Jim St. John is attending St^te Farm's Course It basic training program at Lincoln, Neb. from Monday through Friday of this week. The sessions will be de* voted to knowledge of the many phases of the insurance business and to developing sales skills. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitrh Mrs. Howard Sparks attended a Cancer Crusade Workshop in Algona Friday. Eleven counties were represented. Jim Sparks returned to Cedar Falls Sunday afternoon, where he attends college, after spending 4 or 5 days between semesters with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, A» fMM • VOGUE *•«(>«*;»• FOR MORE BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION, HAIR AND * APPAREL LINDSAY *oft Water in VOGUE magoiim-, Uw tmintut authority on Inanity and fashion, nays: "Soft wuu-r .. . u natural Uiouiy aki." 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