Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1965
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ft-ALOONA (low.) AbVANCt THURSDAY, MB. 11, IMS Mr And Mrs Ollie N«*by Sunday at Tyler. Minn., with their daughter %Iuda and husband Mr and Mrs Herbert Pasko. Mr and Mrs Ed Wichtendalh of Letts Creek are being visited by their daughter Mrs John King and family, of Irving. Tex. They came via plane ami were met at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel have received word of the birth Feb. 8 of a daughter to their son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs James Kildow. She has been named Kimberly Catherine and weighed 7 Ib. 51t> oz. Other children in the family arc James Jr. and George. Mrs Paul Egel, former Algon- an now living at Estherville. is at Holy Family hospital where she had surgery for removal of gall stones. Mr Egel is still quite lame from a fall from a ladder in which lie suffered broken heel bones. A third happening in the family was when their son John was knocked off his bicycle and bitten by a dog. He was given medicated shots. Mr and Mrs Ted Fuchsen went to Wilmington, 111. last week and visited with Mr ami Mrs Joe Fuchsen. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs L. G. Fuchsen and Mrs Elizabeth Degen who went on to St. Joe, Mich., to attend a golden wedding anniversary of friends. Mrs Don Prieskorn spent from Tuesday till Saturday last week at Rochester, Minn., with her brother-in-law and wife whose daughter Donna Lynn, 15, had heart surgery. She is recovering nicely. Mrs Don Prier- korn went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to see her brother Joseph Kohl who is at Mercy hospital and has had major surgery. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ristau had their son Dick, of Omaha, Neb., as weekend guest. Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson went to Eagle Grove last week Thursday to visit with the Int- ter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs John Ilartl and mother Mrs Charles Armstrong who makes her home there. Mrs Armstrong has not been well of late. Mrs M. H. Honsbruch attended the funeral services Friday at Victor for her step-father Russell Jennings. Mrs Clara Pomp* attended the funeral services Monday at Fenton for her brother Otto Ohm, 83, who with his wife has been in the Estherville rest home the past year. Mr and Mrs Herbert Haat are enroute from an extended visit in various parts of California where both have relatives. Dr. and Mrs Leroy Strohman are parents of a son born Feb. 3. He has been named David Lc- roy. Other children in the family are Billy and John. Mr and Mrs Robert Slgsbee and family spent Sunday at Ottosen with Mrs Adolph Brucll- man. Mr and Mrs James Schneider had the latter's brother-in-law Ward John of Storm Lake as guest two days last week while he transacted business here. Mr and Mn Gale Stockwell spent the weekend at Minneapolis with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson. Alvin Hagg and Ruth Morgan, of Kansas City, spent the weekend here with the former's mother Mrs Albert Hagg and other relatives. Both arc students at the Maryvillc. Mo. college. Dr and Mrs M. G. Bourne are leaving Monday for a three weeks vacation at Mexico City, Mexico. Rick Slobe was recently home for a visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe. He is a student, at the Ames university and will be home again in a few weeks to spend his quarter break here. Mrs Tony Schmitt had a recent letter from Mrs W. A. Barry who is in the university hospital, Iowa City, for skin grafts. Mrs Barry says she is getting along nicely but does not expect to be dismissed for some time. Mrs J. P. Smith and Mrs Edna Harr were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Ray- mo'nd Harr, Donna and Craig, of Des Moines. Mrs Raymond Harr is a daughter of Mrs Smith. Mrs Lowell Smith has return- ad from a visit of a week at Chicago with her mother Mrs Henry Bell. Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven are expecting their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Everett Hodgin from Alden for a visit. They arc waiting for better road conditions. ST. THOMAS GUILD The Guild ot St. Thomas Episcopal church will meet Feb. 18, 2 p.m.. Hostesses arc Mesdames Murray Mowers and Nat Bangs. Program will be given by Mrs. Baker, Humboldt Episcopal district chairman. Slippery roads cause pair of car accidents Icy highways were the primary cause of two car accidents late last week as motorists continued to have trouble with Kossuth roads. -.*> A truck owned by lfle ers Elevator Co., Eltti&M, iftd driven by Mathefi Moellefihaff, Elmore, collided with a car driven by George Leigh, Thompson, one-half mile northeast of Llko- ta at the intersection along highway 9. : , According to Sheriff Ralph Llndhorst, who investigated: the accident Saturday morning f Mo- cllcnfidff stopped at a stop sign and then pulled out in front of the ear. The Leigh eat struck the truck on the left side near the cab, doing $300 damage to the truck and |eoo estimated damage to the car. Lindhorst filed a "stop sign violation" charge against the truck driver. D6PUTY sheriff Don Wood checked an accident just south of Algona at the bridge on high* way 169 Thursday afternoon; Cars driven By Gary Wunseliel, Sac City, and Edward Burggro- aff, Sheldon, collided when the Sac City car struck the other machine from the rear. There wad considerable blow* ing snow; at the time and driving conditions were poor. The Shei< don car had $100 in damage and the Sac City car was not damaged. •^nHvlV. WwWWv.' . . mttt it Swia Oilf The Swea City /ed- IWM City _ music boosters will meet W nesday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m, at the school, This date his been changed from Monday to make an evening meeting possible. Ail parents are urged to be present as there will be a discus* lion on the invitation for the Bind to attend the Marching Contest at Winnepcg, Canada thti summer. William vanDeven* der, band director will have some financial figures to show parents and it is expected they will be asked to vote on the proposed, trip. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE j..H"l"H"H"H"H-H"l"l -H-H I H"H"H-H •! •!• > •! •! -H-H-H-H-H-H-l-i-j;. 45th Anniversary FOR THE Elite Hat Shop "Everyone Invited" Saturday, Feb. 20th Spring liatb modeled from 2 'til 1 p.m. Register fur prizes. Free gifts for all. Free gift with hat or dress purchases. Cake and coffee served all day. 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