Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 4
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4—A160NA (Iswi) ADVANCt THURSDAY, FEB. 2S, 1965 Mr, and Mrs. Dallas Klein and Rickic went lo Spirit Lake Sunday to check on the house trailer of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn who are spending the winter at Fort Isabel, Tex. Enroulc home they came via Emmetsburg to visit with Mrs. Klein's aunt Mrs. Hatlie Clum. Mrs. Dallas Klein is taking her son Rickie to Park hospital, Mason City Saturday for a checkup by Dr. Adams who has had the case for some lime. He is getting along very well recovering from a bone ailment and is now able to walk without crutches. He has been able to keep in school but his activties arc limited for awhile longer. Mr. and Mrs. James baker are going to DCS Moines for the weekend and will see "My Fair Lady". Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich went to Castro Valley, Calif, earlier in the season and visited with her son Wilfred and family. From there she went to Lincoln, Neb. to be with her son Charles and family and returned home a few weeks ago. She left again Feb. 15 via plane for a further visit with Wilfred and family and will be gone about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau were visited last week from Thursday till Saturday by their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor and little daughter Monica Kay, of Osage. Mr. and Mrs. John Ramos of Garner, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lau are parents of a daughter whom they have named Rhonda Lee born Feb. 14. She weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Lau spent Sunday there. Richard B. Buffington, son of the B. J. Buffingtons, Titonka, is attending the Universal Trades school, Omaha, Neb. He is a 1963 graduate of Titonka high Ischool and is living at the YMCA in Omaha. Mrs. William Gustin was confined to bed a few days last week following a heart attack brought on by shoveling snow at her home. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland, of Elmore, Minn., left Monday via car to Kansas City and from there will take a plane to Mexico City for a three weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey are expecting their nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Lemp- kee and family of Chicago this mid-week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer and Joy and Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Lee, of Lone Rock went to Le- Seur, Minn., a week ago Sunday and heard the sermon of Rev. Benjamin Meyer who was substituting for the local pastor. They then went to Rev. Meyer's home at Minneapolis, Minn. Joy Meyer has returned from a visit at Minneapolis, Minn., with her brother Rev. Benjamin Meyer and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wlttkopf were visited over the weekend by their son Jerel who attends Concordia College at St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mri. G. A. Wittkopf will be moving into their new home on West College street April 1. They have sold their house on West Nebraska street to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cogdall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klatt have rented the house to be vacated by the Cogdalls. Mr. and Mrs. James Whltfe- more and Jerry went to Waterloo Saturday lo sec the wrestling matches. James Whlttemore was in southern Iowa recently and stopped at Mount Pleasant to sec his daughter Brigetta who attends the Iowa Wcslcyan college. Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" is to be presented soon and Brigetla has a prominent role. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Straycr were recently at Rcnwick to sec Mr. and Mrs. William Zentner, the former of whom has been a patient at the university hospital, Iowa Cily. Mrs. Larry Knoll is in Chicago visiling with her daughter Mary Kay and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt is home from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had gall bladder surgery. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson spent last weekend at Minneapolis, Minn, and attended the "Barber Shop" program. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grees spent the weekend at Ankeny with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rolfe, former residents here. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler spent Monday in Fort Dodge on business. Earl Hutchison, of Waterloo, brother of Mrs. P. 0. Dorweiler has been dismissed from the hospital following a heart attack and is now home but con fined to bed except at meal time. In a few weeks he will have a check-up at the hospital. Mrs. William Gustin and her father Albert Tippin Sr. were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs, Ed Frerichs, of Steamboat Rock and Albert Tippin Jr. of Ackley. Mrs. Gustin suffered a heart attack quite recently but with the help of neighbors has been able to stay in her home and gets t around a little. Mrs. Frerichs iSj her triplet sister. Former Algona girl dies in California Walter Peterson received word Saturday of the death of his sister, Mrs. Robert Hay, San Diego, Calif. Death was due to a heart attack. Mrs. Hay was the former Ida Belle Peterson, daughter of the late Fred Petersons, long time Algona residents. She is also survived by her husband, Robert, four sons, Thomas Stearns, Peabody, Mass., Rev, Robert Seams. Long Beach, v Donald and Billy and a daughter Nancy still at home, 3 grandchildren and several aunts and uncles. Services were held Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. from Clairmont Mortuary, San Diego with burial in Rosecrans ceme> lery there. : >«»«••••»«»•••»»*»»»»»»»»; -NOTICE- Norman and Perry have taken over the Elk Cleaners. Now Open and business as usual. Ph. 5-3447 for pick up or delivery Elk Cleaners • •H-i-H M 1 HI H-H Thanks... To all who made owr 45th anniversary a s««e$s, a \ sincere "Thank You". Special thanks to my State Street neighbors and the beautiful models, who did such a wonder- ; ful job. Thanks to all for the flowers, gifts and kind mes sages. We scarcely know whether to cheer or groan, As we soberly tally the time which has flown. 1st Prize — $10 Hat to Mrs. Minnie Jensen Snil Pri*e — $5 Parasol to Mrs. Ken Frankl 3rd PrUe — S§ Pillow Cases to Mrs. Fred Pooch The ELITE SHOP ANN FiCHNf 8 4444 . OUR dOVIRNMlNt GRADED U. 5, D. A. CHOICE BEEF 1$ "TOPS" IN FLAVOR AND TENDERNESS. TRY SOME NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE CUT THE PROPER WAY SY M1AT CUTTERS WITH EXPERIENCE. Center Cut - For Frying or Broiling - Smoked - NO WASTE HAM SLICES '"• 89< HORMEL'S OLD FASHIONED Slab Bacon IB. 5 9 c Sliced or Chunk LEAN TENDERED Pork Cutlets W -^^^ ^gj^. -^ USDA CHOICE BEEF ROASTS - — WELL TRIMMED Best Blade Cuts Pol Roasts Extra Trimmed RENWICK — PIONEER Longhoi ib 49< ib. 55c IB. 45c ib. 65c ALL MEAT — SLICED Large BOLOGNA lb FRESH CUT-UP FRYERS Homegrown Stewing Hens By Request HUNT'S PEARS 2 CANS HUNT'S Tomato Juice 3 69c GOOCH'S ELBOW MACARONI 2 Ib. 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