Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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f-ALOONA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1*6$ Mrs Frank Vfera wa* vl*iteeJ Ffiday by ner brother Lester Hagen and wiic. ot Titonka. b. P. Richardson has returned from a visit since Dec. is) at Houston, 'lex., with his son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs toward Vogt. Mrs Anarew Hanson has returned irom a visit of a week at Grand island, Neb., with her sister and liusband Mr and Mrs Don Mcrtz. Andrew Hanson spent the Sunday his wile was gone witn Ins brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Tom Young at TitoiiKa. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutiell had Mr and Mrs .less Kiddle, lormer Algonans now of Clarcmont, Cam., as dinner guests Sunday. The Riddles are house gucsis of Mrs Bcr'ha bpcar. Mrs J. D. Burns was accompanied to DCS Moincs lor the weekend by Mrs Dau of Whittemore. Mr Burns is at the Veterans hospital and the weekend was spent with him. Mr and Mrs Fred Gronbach spent Sunday at Esthcrville with tneir son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Glenn Long. Mrs Dick Beisell and son Dan spent a weeK ago Saturday and Sunday at tort uodge wun ner parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Sadler. Over that weekend Mr Beisell had his Boy Scout troop at a "camp out" at the lair- grounds in a heated building, 'iuey.did the usual coo lung and hitting. Mrs Al Agena has returned from a visit ol a week at- Garwin with her mother Mrs Dora Rohwer. Mrs J. J. Bradley is hom£ from Park hospital, Mason City, where she was taken lor treatment of a back injury sufiered in a fall at her home. She is making good recovery. Mr and Mrs William Carney were visited a WCCK ago Sunday by Mrs Carney's granddaughter and husband Mr and Mrs Arip Leiss, of i<ort Dodge. This weekend sue was visited by her grandson John Faith, of St. uouis, Mo. Betty, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. M. Hoit, spent the WCOK- end here witn her parents. She is a student at tne university at Iowa City. Mrs Lydia Weticl had fc§ guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Elmer Peter, 01 Alpha, Minn., Mr and Mrs Omar McMahon and Mr and Mrs Robert VaKoc and Robin, of Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Ervin Wetzel, ol Lone ROCK. Mr and Mrs Walter Becckhelt were visued Saturday and over night by tne termer's mother Mrs Anton BoecKholt, bi Bui- ; laio Center. Enroute irom tak- ', ing her home they stopped in Bancroit tor a visit with ivir and . Mrs Herman Boeckholt: Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson returned Monday irom a two weeKs vacation in the soutti, much of which was spent at Mobile, Ala., with Mr Anderson's uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Harold Gust. Mrs Gust will be remembered as Abbie Anderson. They were also at Daytonna Beach and Panama City, Fla. They were summoned home by the serious sickness of Mrs Anderson's aunt Mrs Ethel Putney who is at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Merle Ferguson is here from Des Moines and is house guest of her niece and husband Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson She was called here by the seri i>us sickness of her sister Mrs fh« Etouf Wiidini and Dr. P. O. DorweilefS attended the funeral at Britt Thursday for Oliver Ely, former local farmer. Burial was in RtvefVicw cemetery where his parents were buried. Carrol Potter received word recently of the death of his uncle in Washington. He was Daniel Potter, a former Cresco township school teacher and farmer, son of the O. A. Potters. Burial was at Sydney, Mont. The Elton Pratts have moved to a farm cast of Galbraith, where Mrs. Pratt is employed. The Donald Potters, Vermillion, S. D., were weeeknd guests of the L. R. Potters and John McGuircs. l The Emery Kookes, Radcllffe, and Ray Miners, Humboldt, were callers in Algona Sunday. Mrs. Alice Clayton and Mrs. Wm. C. Dewcl were weekend guests of Mrs. Clayton's (laughers, the Harold Rothlcrs, Liv- •rmorc. The Scott Moores, Ames, who lad spent a month at Long Engaged MR. LEO SABIN announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Carolyn, to Jerry McArthur, son of the Durwood McArthurs, Algona. The wedding will be April 17 in the Little Brown church at Nashua. trip home they stopped in ha and Council Bluffs as over* night guests of the Cecil Sam- sons. The Samsons Hfe i-ela^ lives of Mr Morgan. Jodi Ghaliy, Jerry Raney end Bob Holcomb, alt students at the university at Iowa City visited their respective homes Beach, Calif., at their son [Keith's son, Is a cousin. Oft their return came to Algona Saturday and - - Sunday with Mrs. filttief Pottcsr, Mrs. Mildred Fraser, and Mrs. Lawrence Miller went to Swea City to attend the golden wedding of the Ole Johansohs. Mrs. Moore had attended Mrs. Johatt- son at their wedding'. Monday Art Spear, Sherburn, Minn., and daughter, Mrs. Ray Stump, Butt- nell, came to Algona to Visit the Moores. They all returned to their homes Tuesday. The Gerald Ferrim and Richard Cowans are in Culfport, Miss. They left last week and plan to be gone 10 days to two weeks. Mr and Mr* Ralph Morgan are home again after spending a six weeks winter vacation in Brownsville, Texas. While at Brownsville they were visited oy the Ed Clarks, Charlotte, S. C., and the Joe Flahertys, Elk River, Minn., who were vacationing at McAllcn. Mr Clark is' an uncle of Ralph's and Mrs Flaherty, the former Ruth By- ovef the weekend. They return*! ed t<s iowa city Sunday with Beverly Helmets, daughter of the Harm Helmets who works at University hospital. William Herschel, famous 18th century astronomer, was a professional musician. BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICF" YOU MUSUSI f IHIS AND "If SI Hf AR" II AI ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN -THE-EAR HEARING AID with amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal comfort from Space age knowledge, 1 the customized case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear and contains the finest features for full or part-time, hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in performance. No.cords,; tubing or .separate earmold, yet. MiCro-Litrjie circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. You owe it to yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry ' Algona, Iowa : 'THE ZENITH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK" Ethel .Putney who is at St. Am hospital. Mrs Putney for some time 'made her home with hei brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs William J. Becker. Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske had as guests Sunday Mr am Mrs Elvin Swanson, of Swca ity. Mr and Mrs Roger Elldfson went to Forest City Saturday to see the grandfather Ole Ellefson who is not well. Lt. Don Grant of the marines and his wife who have been at San Clemente, Calif., are here and have taken an apartment. Lt. Grant will bo returning soon to Camp Pendlelon for a course In''-law after which he will be sent in a few months to Okinawa. Mrs Grant is a sister of. Mrs Glenn Burtis whose husband is also in service at Okinawa. Mr and Mrs Don Christensen were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Larry Christensen and family, of Marshalltown. Mrs Alice Clayton, and her sister Mrs W. C Dewcl spent the weekend at Livermore with M> and Mrs Harold Roethler. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whitehill spent Sunday at Bancroft with their son-in-law and daughter Sir and Mrs Harold Angus. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser had as guests Sunday the lat- ler's sister and brother, Mrs For rest Hodge, of Mason City, and Earl King, of Rockwell. Jim Kelly who suffered back injury in a recent auto accident and was hospitalized at Emmetsburg, has been dismissed and was a caller at (he Jess Dugan's Monday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Dahlhauser had Mr and Mrs Archie Um- brel and little son Scott, of Spencer, as weekend guests. Mr, and Mrs. John Kohlhaai have returned from Corpus Christi, Texas, where they spent three months. Mae Deft man, Dick and Ernie Godfredsen arrived home after 9 days in Florida. They traveled by plane and were met at the Tampa airport by the Ted Larsons. They stayed at a motel in Clearwater and the Larsons took them on side trips and to a ball game. 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