Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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I—ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH It, 1WS Mr and Mrs Galen be V«k>isdalls expect lo move into the are going to Orange City for the weekend lo visit with Mr and Mrs Reuben DC Valois. Mr DC Valoisc Sr., has recently returned from a People to People tour in South America. Mr and Mrs Jest Dugan were visited from Saturday till Monday by Mr and Mrs William Kelly and Kathleen, of Sioux Falls, S. D. They stopped at Emmetsburg enroutc home lo see Kathleen's father James Kelly who is hospitalized there for injuries suflered in a recent auto accident. Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan, of Lone Rock, were dinner guests Sunday of the parents Mr and Mrs Jess Dugan. Mrs Dick Post and Bob went to Iowa City Monday and Bob entered the university hospital for a check-up. Mr and Mrs Clayton Carlson entertained Mr and Mrs Art Olson and Mr and Mrs Andy Anderson at a pancake supper Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Thomas Cogdall were at Cresco visiting with the parental Thomas Cogdalls Sr, and to see the grandfather, Eti Lewis, 83, who had fallen and broken his hip. He is making very good recovery. The Cog- former G. A. Wittkopf house on west Nebraska street as soon as the Willkopfs can get into their new home on west College street. Mr and Mrs Merle Conrad are expecting the lattcr's parents Mr and Mrs Richard Stutzman, of Murray, for a weekend visit. Mr and Mrs Ed Crawford attended the funeral services on Saturday at Minneapolis for Thomas Gavigan, 65, uncle of the former, who had been in poor health for some time. Mr Crawford had business at Lake Hoyt and from there they went to St. Cloud where they wcro stranded a few days because of I he severe snow storm. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey have been visited for a few weeks by their daughter Mrs Ward Graham, of Clayton, N. M., and he has now joined her here. He came via Sioux City and brought with him the Bailey's other daughter Mrs C. N. Aalfa who will remain, for a few days. Mr and Mrs R. W. Welp and the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Scmon went to Clarion Sunday to visit with Mr and Mrs Loren Courtney, another son-in- law and daughter of the Scmons. MM M. L, truth f«ll «n Itt recently and broke her right elbow. She is gelling aloftg nicely. Elaine is attending college al Davenport and bill, .having received an honorable discharge from Ihc navy because of a stomach ailment, is attending junior college al Mason Cily. they were dinner guesls Sunday of Stipt. and Mrs 0. B. Laing. Mr «nd Mr» Kenneth §eich and family were guesls of Mr and Mrs Al Smilh Sunday al Gilmorc City. Mr and Mrs Clee Black have another grandchild, a son Scotl Ivan born lo Mr and Mrs Roger Black at Plalnfield Feb. 8. Other children in Ihc family are Jcanic and Russell. Mr and Mr* Howard Ballew were visllcd lasl weekend by (heir daughler Mary Ann who .s employed In DCS Moines. Mr and Mrs Ted Smith went to Dallas Cenler Sunday to see the former's inolhcr Mrs Arlhur Smith who had recently been dismissed from the hospital following surgery. Mr and Mri Jam** GuMey spenl Sunday at Armstrong with Mr and Mrs Al Loewenbefg. Kathleen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Lierley, plans to spend from March 26 till April 3 ih Chicago with friends. Mr and Mri jamei Andreaioti are parents of a daughter born March 2 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Amy Elizabeth. Her little brolher Jon Is al Sheldon for a while wilh his grandparenls, Mr and Mrs Ken* yon Kimmel. Mr and Mrft Hugh Black had as dinner guesls Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf and children, of New Haven, and Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg. : Mr and Mr* Charles Benton and family spcnl Ihe weekend al Hartford, S. D., with the former's parents Mr and Mrs William Maier. Mr and Mr* Jullu* Cink had Mr and Mrs Orville Farrow of Bancrofl as guesls Sunday. ' MM Hay HutiiH and MM L«u< is Kelley Wenl to Fort Dodge Tuesday to attend the World Understanding Workshop. Harold Hutehin* is a medical patient at St. Ann hospital. He had a phone call Sunday from his son Paul of New York City and Mrs Glee Pitcher, nee Dorris Long who was in the city with her husband and Son Bill. Ann Haa»e, Sally Steele, Petty Schultz and Betty Wickwire came home with Larry Braun from Cedar Falls where they attend the college and spent the weekend with their respective families. Ed Mawdtley is a medical pat). ent at St. Ann hospital. Mr* Mary Latlter ha* received word of the death of her sister Mrs Adam (Lena) Hammering, 79, at Kimball, Minn. Sunday. Mrs Hammering had fallen and broken a hip. Weather permitting, Mrs Lallier and son Marvin plan lo attend Ihe services Wednesday morning. Mr and Mr* Burt Harmes, the Ted Chrischilleses and Ihe Marry Greenbergs left Wednesday fof several weeks in the West. They flew from Omaha to Las Vegas where they'll spend the rest of the week and then continue on to Palm Springs, Calif, where they'll be for about a week. After thai, each couple will visil friends and relalives, relurning separalely. SWEA EAGLE Mrs. Kenneth Brtnes HEART FUND REPORT Eagle Homemakers solicited for the Heart Fund this year. The group collected a total of $64. Workers included Mesdames Ormal Guinn, James Koons, Laverne Larson, Paul Wiechmann, Johnie Tobin, Wendell Ditsworth, James Rock, Warren Brones, Irvin Smith, Tony Grabianowski, Mancil Hurlburt, Wallace Dawson, Jack Recce, Virgil Tokheifn and ttifvey C. Larsen. the money Was turned into Mrs. Walter tiofacikowski, chairman. The Jack Recces had their 300 club Sunday. High scorers were the Ofmal Guinns. The 0. B. Koonses, Lakota, visited the Harold Carfs recently. The Wendell Dilsworths had as guests Saturday the Earl Kvamsdales, Edward Bauers, Warren Broneses, Johhie Tobirts and Kenneth Broneses., The Kenneth Brones had high scores and Mrs Bauer and Johnie Tobin second. Mrs Tobin won travel and Mrs Kvamsdale lucky plate. The Frank Spears and Art Spear, Sherburn, Minn., were Sunday guests at Johnie Tobin's. Sunday guests at Floyd Brekke's were the 1. C. Ewerts, St. Peter, Minn., Mrs. Con Brekke, Estherville, and the Wendell Ditsworths. The Ralph Walkers hid the A, N. Andersons Thursday eve* ning for the 6th birthday of Dor! Mrs. Minnie Keeney, Des Moihes, sister-in-law of Mrs. Joe Preston, died suddenly Thurs. day at her daughter's of a heart attack. The funeral was Monday, but relatives from this area were prevented from attending because of the storm. Tom Preston and Maynard Jensen went to Des Moines Friday to bring back personal effects of Mrs. Nina Traub, sister of Mrs. Joe Preston, who will be making her home with Mrs, Preston. 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