Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
Page 10
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4—AU60NA (lews) ADVANCE THtmSBAY, MAfcCH 25, I x, SOC/E7Y Mr and Mr* Clarence M*ttg«r Jr, recently returned from Campbell, Calif., where they had Visited with their daughter Shirley and husband Cal Callcnson. Mrs Metzger was called back and left last week to be with Mrs Callenson who had major surgery, Clarence Metzger Jr. visited with his sister Elizabeth Mclz- ger at Coon Kapids last week. Dr and Mrs C. M. O'Connor went to Des Moines Monday to attend an optometrtc meeting. Mr and Mrs Herb Hedlund have been visited a week by the letter's mother Mrs Neva Munger, of Spencer, who has now returned home. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger, Larry and Debbie, and Bob Martin spent the weekend at Ames with Mr and Mrs Neal Colwell, son-in-law and daughter of the Mungera Mr and Mrs Gene Hood have been visited by the letter's sister Mrs Frances Bonder, of Des Moines, who concluded the visit last, week Monday. Mf and Mrs Paul James had as'-weekend guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Kermit-Burlis, of Waterloo. They had come to attend the funeral services Saturday for M. G. Parsons, uncle of Mr Burtis. Mr and Mrs George Miller are being visited by their son Bill. He is in the navy and stationed at San Diego, Calif., and is on leave for a month. Merle Pratt, who is employed at Pella, spent the weekend hero wjjth his family. He came via Cedar Falls and Saturday evening attended the college play "Ele'cta" in which his son Bob took a leading part. Bob accompanied him home. The players go on tour Thursday for ten days. Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen were at Swea City last week Sunday to visit with the latter's mother Mrs Marie Dourte. Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson who had been at Glendora, Calif, since Jan. 9, arrived home last week Tuesday, just ahead of the big snow storm. They report roads were in excellent condition. They had spent the time with their son-in-law and daughter Fern, Mr and Mrs James Haynes, The Haynes have made application for an infant child and expect it in a very short time. They will take either a boy or girl whatever is a vailable and one very soon after birth. Diane Kuhlmann was acrqmp anied to Rochester, Minn, by her mother Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann while she was hospitalized for ear surgery. A new drum was made and the surgery was made necessary by ear infection over a period of years. They returned home last week Saturday ntid Diane is again at work at the Iowa State bank. She is a graduate of the Hamilton business college at Mason Citv. Jack Williams and Mike Schmide who attend the university at Drake, Des Moincs, spent the weekend with their rnsncctive narents Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt Kyle and Wayne Keith took their mother Mrs L. W. Keit.1i to Park hospital, Mason City Monday for a checkno, returning the same day. The report was excellent but Mrs Keith is still not allowed to place her weight'on the broken hip side. Mrs Frank Vera was visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank, of Mason Citv. Mrs Esther Helberci, Mrs Rose Sigsbee, and Mrs'Elizabeth Post were ootluck supper guests of Mrs Hazil, Vera Friday. The evening wa's spent at cards. Joan Post, who is a student nurse at St. Joseph school at Sioux City and was recently cap- oed, spent the weekend with her. parents, Mr and Mrs Dick Post.. She was accompanied by a friend, Dale Vay, of Sioux city. . ( . Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann had as guests Sunday her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Robert Kuhlmann and family of Ottosen. Other callers have been her grandson Merrill Grisham, his friend John Hoick, of Cylinder. Her nephew David Wildin also spent a night with her during the storm. WORLD SERVICE PICK-UP Church World Service Trucks will be in Algona at the Con eregational church for pick-up these dates: April 7 - 9; July 9.\ • 29; October 27 • 29. Rev. Harcey is in charge of shipping, and requests donations be deliv fired to the church on Saturdays before pick-im. These should be bnxcd and labeled with number of nounds and name and denomination of church. Receipts will bo found where vou leave clothing and should be filled out and .«"nl along with check, if ssiblo. for procnsslng to Mrs Anno Prcsthus. 509 E. Oak St.; Algona, Iowa. Special drive need- K! now are blankets. Proces- 'ing costs are up, lOc a pound or clothee and 30c a blanket. Your sharing will help ease the mfforing of those in devastated nreas. 4-H club news U-GO-I-GO U-Go-I-Go club met March 15. Rosemary and Susan Bullock were hostesses. Recreation was by Diane Mueller and Maureen Bestenlehner. Talks were given by Susan Bullock, Diane Mueller and Sharon Winkel. Demonstrations were given by Darla Carr, Rosemary Bullock, Debbie Bulten. Guest mother was Dorothy Abbott. USE ADVANCE WANT ADS SORORITY MEETING The Xi-Xi chapter held a meeting March 9 which started vith a progressive dinner. The first course was held at Mrs Phil Diamond's on Blackford street, and pince their furniture iad not vo{. been moved in, she 'hose a Chinese theme. Low tables had been made of boards, he guests sat on the floor and he menu was of Chinese foods. The dessert was served at Mrs Charles Schlievert's.' The Alpha Psi members were guests. DINNER HONORS GUESTS A dinner was held Sunday at Vtr and Mrs Alfred Meyers in lonor of Frank Henry and son 3yron who are here from Bat- Jeboro, Vt. visiting with rela- ives here and at LuVcrne. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Wilis Ridge. Mr and Mrs Ray Funk, Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider, Mr and Mrs George Schneider, of Bancroft, and Fred Schneider, of LuVerne. in. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs Elizabeth Post's birthday was observed Thursday .evening at the Algona Motel Atha Hardgrove was hostess and following the dinner the guests spent the evening socially at hefj apartment. BUFFET-BRIDGE PARTY Mrs Webb Fowler en,tertain- ed at a buffet-bridge party St. Patrick's day, Three' tabks of cards were in play. AUXILIARY GROUP MEETS The "Pink Ladies" Auxiliary of the Good Samaritan home m?t Tuesday afternoon. Election of officers was held. SWEAEAGLE Mr». Kenneth §r*n«t BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs II. T. Bunkofske entertained her bridge club Wednesday, afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS The "Idle Hour" bridge club met Wednesday afternoon wif.1) Mrs Delia McCulloiigh. VISITORS ON BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs Ted Fisher was celebrated Sunday and in attendance were Mr Fisher, Mrs Eva Jordan, Conrad Fisher, and Karen Rouse, of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Ray Fisher, of Garner, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lowman, of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher, of Corwith, and Mr and Mrs Dan Fisher. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs Rose Sigsbee was -hostess to her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. •'•'..; BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Mrs F. M. Holt is entertaining her • bridge club this evening (Thursday). ;. ' ' SEWING CLUB MEETS Mrs A. R. Cruikshank. entertained her "Thimble club" last week Monday afternopn. CARD CLUB HAS MEETING Mrs Henry Johannsen.w'as hostess to the "Eight Specks'^ card club last week Wednesday evening. SERVICEMEN 93RD BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr and Mrs Paul James had as dinner guests Sunday Mr arid Mrs Kermit Burtis of Waterloo and Mrs Laura Burtis, mother of Kermit, whose 93rd birthday was beine observed. She is in remarkably good health ant does her own housework in her aoartment at the Glenn Burtis'. Her actual birthdate is March JULIUS HARIG GORDON GREGORY San Diego, Calif. (FHTNC) — Seaman Recruit Roger A. Gregory, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Gordon G. Gregory, and Seaman Recruit Julius C. Harig, USN, 21son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Harig, both of Lu Verne, have begun basic training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. The nine-week training includes naval orientation, navy history and organization,- seamanship, "ordnance arid gunnery, military drill, first aid and survival. WINNER — Wilbur Kehrli exhibited the grand champion barrow over all breeds and cross- breds at the Minnesota Spring Market hog show at Albert Lea recently. The Kehrlis farm 'is in Delaware county. The Vernon Pehrsons had their finance group discussion with the. Cecil. Thoresofis, Orville Thoreson, Olen Olsons and Maurice Johanesons last week, The Dettmer Thompsons at* tended the 40th Wedding for the Lance Riebhoffs at Burt Sunday. Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Kay McEnroe, Algona, attended the dinner for Lex Hawkins, state democratic chairman, at Des Moines Saturday. They had attended a meeting in the afternoon. • Arne Ostergaard recently fell on the ice and broke his wrist. He is now wearing the second cast. The Thomas Prestons were Sunday guests at Mrs. Joe Preston's and attended the 40th wedding for the Otto Kelleys. The Earl Prestons'and Edith and Myrtle Molinder were Sunday callers at Howard Preston's. The H e n r y Schaubergers, Ringsted; were: Sunday callers at Carl Schauberger's. The Francis Sullivans and Leo Schmidts, Lone Rock, were Sat 4 urday visitors at -John Campbell's, Iowa Falls. Larry Torine < is home after six months' of active service in the National Guard. He was transferred from Fort Jackson, S. C., to Fort Polk, La. Fort Polk, which was inactive; has been reactivated with-troups transfer- fered there from Fort Ord, Calif., where the menengitis epidemic occurred/Larry is with 'he Fairmont Guard. Francis Torine took his mother, Mrs. Perry'Tprine, to Buffalo, Center Wednesday for a check-up after her release from the hospital as a pneumonia' patient, Mrs, John Guy met them there to take Mrs. Torine to her home at Dexter, Minn., where Mr. Torine 'has been staying while his wife was in the hospital. The Torines are from Bancroft. Recent guests at Warren Thompson's were Mrs. Walter Thompson and Charles, and Neva Thompson, Lone Rock, and the Frank Sanftners, Bancroft. The Orin Anonsons, Estjier- ville; were! Friday guests at Ed Frerichs'. ; Sunday the Ed Frerichs and Rhonda visited her mother, Mrs. .James Baldwin, at Ayrshire. . A farewell party was given for the R. E. Petersons Friday. Guests were the George Pearsons, Carl Andersons, Everett Johansons, Richard Anderson, the Jerry Wegners, R. S. Mathers, Lawrence Hansons, Duard Perdues, Pearson Bros., and the August Brandts, Mrs. Levi Schuler, Mrs. William Brock. Mrs. Wallace Johnson, the Laurel Petersons, Allen Petersons, ', St. f»aiil, Maflih ttardts, Walter iwiei, and .Walter Petersons, Hie Bob Bfysofls, Albert Lea, were Monday guests, at Darrel The, Harvey 6, Larsons and barrel Newlins attended the Iowa-Minnesota basketball game at Minneapolis. MfSi P. A. HolcOmb is a foot surgery patient at the Estherville hospital She expects to be there several days. Douglas Johnson, 10, son of the Mervin Johnsons, had a tonsillectomy last Wednesday at the hospital at Estherville. Mrs. Ed Godfredson was a major surgery patient for a week at the Estherville hospital and returned last Wednesday. Among those who called at the Ed Godfredson home last week were the Kenneth Kollasches, Adolph Hattons, Mrs. Ben Wibben and Mrs. David Hankins, Algona, and the Cecil Godfred- sons, Humboldt. Mrs. Henry Schuler is conve- lescing at Turner Rest Home at Armstrong, She had been at the hospital at Estherville from Dec. 29 to March 3. 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