Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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(Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 0, 1965 Check to retarded —~ —— —— ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MB™™™^™ r f ,, ,..».«( THE BETA SIGMA PMl presented the Kossutli County Association for Retarded Children a check for $100. Shown making the presentation are Ardeen Sampson, representative of the Xi Xi group, Sharon Cowan of the Zeta Xi, Maxinc Clcgg, president of the Kossuth County Assn. for Retarded Children, and Grace Dudley, teacher of the special school in Algona. The retarded children's program is the main project of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. Ardeen Sampson was chairman of the pancake day Sponsored by the group in order to raise funds for this project. at Emmetsburg for Lee Coonan, formerly of Emmetsburg, who died unexpectedly March 28 at Santa ttosa, Calif. Ifc is survived by his wife, the former Loretla McCarthy, of Sheldon, sons Gerald, of St. Louis, Mo., Richard of Milwaukee, Wis., and Don of Tokyo, Japan. Don vvns able to get here for late servic- is. Other survivors flre a brother Milton Coonan of Des Mni- ties, who was traveling in the Orient with his wife and could not be reached, and sisters Mrs Milton W. H. Morling, of Emmetsburg, and Mrs Matthew Streil, Algona. Mary'Stroll and Mr and Mrs M. K. Ctillen, of Fort Dodge, and Mr and Mrs H. M. Smith were In attendance at the local rites. Mr and Mrs August Slegle were visited Friday by Mrs Bur- delta Hunt and son Jim, of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Russell Rentz spent Sunday at Waterloo with former Algonans. Mr and Mrs, Don Croft. T*he son, Douglas, was Mrs Harvey Reid it at Glendale, Calif:, visiting with her ^son Allen and wife. She is expected home quite soon.. ; Mr and Mrs HoWard *B*ardsl«y were accompanied as far as DCS; Moines Friday by Mrs J. D. Burns who went to see her husband at the Veterans hospital. The Beardsleys went on to Garrison to spend a few days with her brother Don Collins and wife. Mrs Burns returned home Sunday with Marc Moore who had gone to Des Moines to meet Ws wife and /Clara Amesbury who had attended a convention in Washington, D. C. Mr Burns had as visitors Sunday his bro- their-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs James ''Origer, ,of Estherville and his niece'and husband Mr and Mrs James Dessel, of West Union. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson had as guests Saturday and Sunday Hazel Brooks and Frances Wright, of Eagle Grove. Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Arthur Tippen, of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand were at Webster City lasl week Wednesday and Thursday visiting with the various Dermand families. Mr and Mrs William Wigert of Thompson were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand, Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson and their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Harold Schumacher, of Whitlemore, spenl Ihe weekend at West Union with Mr and Mrs Edgar Traeger and at Sumner with Mr and Mrs Henry Traeger, brolhers and sisters-in-law of Mrs Hobson. Mrs William Walman, nee Charlotte Plott, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Plott, had a leave from her training at nurses school at Ihe university of Virginia at CharlottesvillC; bul will resume her work there. Her. husband is also there. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison met their daughter Nancy, Mrs Norman Newton and daughters Ann and Kathryn Tuesday at Des Moines. They will visit here until Mr Newton and son Michael reach Kansas City, driving there from the former home at Torrence, Calif. Mr Newton has been! transferred there till fall when the family .will .-.again be transferred to Portland, Ore. Mr and Mrs Gordon Hall are leaving June 1 for Coralville near Iowa City, where Mr Hall will be associated with the Coralville Trust and Savings bank. Their home at 804 S, Harriet street is for sale. Mrs Arthur Obrecht went to Rolfe last week 'to bring her mother Mrs Ellen Ferden here for a visit of a few days and attended "Camelot" at the Garrigan high school. Dr and*Mrs Joseph Roonby are leaving Sunday, April 11, for three days in Des Moines where the doctor will atlend the Iowa Medical convention. Rosary and graveside rites were held Friday evening and Saturday moaning respectively 2 for the price of I PLUS A PiNNY* IB mSB ^^^^ fl^P^ a^^^B ^3 ^ff£] ^S mm ES ^S mm ^9 rexai — Continues ill this week — ENDS SATURDAY Honsbruch Drug RIXAH, in an auto accident recently. The car skidded dn ice but w«is hot being driven at a high rate Of spdcd. Two persons Were killed. Douglas is hospitalized at Schoitz Memorial hospital and for five weeks will be kept flat on his back. Mrs Esther Burton had as guests Sunday from Cherokee, Mrs C. E. Williams and Margaret Delaplano. Mrs Barton and Mrs Williams attended the Michael Dixon, Carol Markovitx. wedding. Miss Delaplane was not an acquaintance of the couple and had come merely to accompany Mrs Williams. Mr and Mrs Don Truplte were visited over the weekend by the parental D. H. Tntpkes, of Carroll. Mr and Mrs Merle Webster were visited Saturday by the Killer's niece and husband Dr. and Mrs. William Halvcrson, of Madclia, Minn. They were en- route home from a few weeks \nc.alion at Mot Springs, Ark. • Willie Sfeinman who Went to San Diego, Calif, and joined his slstcf Mrs. Willatd Salisbury, whose husbafid is ih the navy, came Saturday night for a visit of a short time with his moth- nr Mrs fillie Sleinftian. Me will have his physical at Port Dodge for army duty and will return to California to wait further developments. Mr ind Mrs Ray MeWherter have returned from a vacation in California and Hawaii. Tho trip to Hawaii was made via plane. Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst left Monday on a two weeks vacation at the pzarks. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan have gone to Biloxi, Miss., where the former w'jll, attend the Trail Lawyers mooting which is held annually. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs H. W. PIctch who will visll in Coluin- bus, ^a. area with their son-in- law and daughter Capt. John Clayton and family. They will be- home lhis,wcek., Word has 'been received of the death of Mrs R. H. Miller, 90, March .'2? at San Marino, Calif, feurial was made at For< 6st LaUfts, Gleficlale. Two daughters survive, Vivian and Irene. The Millers will be well remembered and Mr Miller was a drug- 1st Whose place of business is now occupied by the Thuente Pharmacy. Mr Miller has been deceased a number of years. Mrs Miller was the former Margaret Winkel, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. B. Witikel. There Were also two sons, Edgar and Mike. Edgar entered service and was killed in the war, probably War 1. The father had a Sewing machine shop in the building later used as a cafe and operated by the John Grot- tes and which burned a few years ago. Mr and Mrs Melvin Trout were visited Sunday by the lat- ler's brother and wife and Ihree children, of Union. Mr and Mrs Dwayne Hartman have moved to a house at 506 S. Harriet street owned by Her- man Wise. They have been 'here, ftf hWhile and come ffom the Emhielsburg, Rodman area. Sufjf, arti! Mrs 0. B, Latr»§ spent Friday and Saturday at De Moines and Ames Where Supt. Laing interviewed teacher applicants. At Des Mollies Mrs Laing visited with her sister Mrs Leslie O'Brien. Jerel and Marian Wittkopf, students at Coficordia college, St. Paul, Minn., speht the Week' end here. Brigitta Whittemore will be home April 9 from'Mount Pleasant where she is a student at Iowa Wesleyan college and Will spend her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs James Whittemore Mr and Mrs Willard Zeltjler had as guests Sunday the former's brpther-in-JaW; and sister Mr and Mrs E. E. Hunsley of Britt. Mrs Frances Grantham left on Sunday for a visit of a few days at Iowa City with her son Wayne arid wife. Jean Pest, who attends St. Joseph school of hUfsitig at Sioux City, spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mts Dick Post. She had as guests her rownniate Pauline Reich- afdtj of Rochester, N. 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