Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Around Algona by ONIITA DIDRIKSEN Phone Mr, and Mr». Joel Herbtt left sortie of the numbers. Monday noon for Branson, Mo; they expect to do some fishing in the nearby lake and fivers away about two and will be weeks. Mr, and Mrs. H, W. Pleteh ac* companied the Luke Linnans on a trip South leaving here Friday morning of last week and planned to be away about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Linnan were to attend a meeting at Biloxi, Miss., and the Pletches were to be picked up enroute by their daughter Joan Clayton's family and go with them for a brief visit at their home in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seger drove to Ames late Sunday to attend the State University's Department of Music presentation of King David. Both vocal and instrumental included in the groups were concert and their daughter Ann sang in Sheila Sullivan cam* from Madison, Wis. on Thursday and remained till Sunday with her parents, the Wade sullivans. This was her first trip home since her skiing vacation at Kits- buhl, Austria, and while there she had also returned to inns bruck and had visited friends in Germany. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Sullivan home were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M Kelly, John B. Kelly, and Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Knudsen, Emmetsburg, brothers and sister of Mrs. Sullivan. The Kossuth County Republi can Women met Tuesday eve ning, April 6, at eight o'clock in the high school Annex. All Cen tral committee members were special guests. Mr. Adolfo Fran co, high school teacher, spoke on Communism in China. Teenager as well as husbands were invited to be pf eSent. •'. '•' Mr, and Mrs. John Love at- ended the wedding of the son of a close friend on Saturday afternoon at four o'clock in Mt. Olivet Lutheran church of Minneapolis. That noon Mrs. Love jhd ten old friends from the Minneapolis area had luncheon together. And, following the wedding reception, they drove to Northwood for an overnight visit at the home of her brother, returning to Algona Sunday. Wei Bartlett attended a dl»- trict convention at Sioux City Friday and Saturday of Circle K Clubs which are College boy Kiwanis organizations and to whom he spoke on Friday evening. Morningside College was the host club and there were visitors from Drake, Buena Vista and a number of Nebraska colleges. Class President SPECIAL' INCOME We have MONEY to loan you — $20 — $50 — $100 — or any amount up to $5000. • INCOME TAX • REAL ESTATE TAX • PERSONAL TAXES • ANY PURPOSE Madt at LOW - LOW • TERMS Phone or Visit th« money headquarter*. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N.Moore Phone 295-3507 WHATEVER MATURITY CORN YOU NEED You get a choice of top yielders from PIONEER Infents end children baptisec by Rev. Walter F. Morz Sunday morning at the worship service in First Presbyterian church were: Randy Gene, Michelle Rene and Gregory Lee Anderson, children of the Phil Andersons; Kimberly Kae, daughter of the Jack Gettmans; Traci Dawn, daughter of the Dean Bilyeus; Yvette Morene Hoist daughter of the Leonard Hoists; and James Lee Moore, son of the Delbert Moores. A baptism was also administered to Michael Elwood Dixon who was admitted to church membership as was Karel Ann Markovetz. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen fere to leave Brownsville, Tex., uesday after spending the win- er there and are expected to rrive at the J. R. Lytle home ere late this week, unless they re delayed by flood waters. 'hey will remain in Algona a ew days, then go to Waukesha, tVis. to spend Easter with a icphew. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn ;ot home Wednesday noon from •ort Isabel, Tex., where they arrived on Jan. 8, and left March 25. They got as far as Ankeny Sunday evening and re mained two nights at their son Bob's home. As she has done on previous returns, Mrs. Kuhn stopped at Jefferson, Tex., to gather dogwood, and took a bouquet of those beautiful blossoms to WSCS on Thursday. Acres of Bluebonnet, the Texas State flower, were also in bloom as they passed through. The trip home was uneventful except for a heavy fog through which they drove on Sunday from Hot Springs till nearing Iowa. Dara Mendenhall, of Laramie, Wyo., better known here as the husband of the former Lela Peck Stewart, is reported to be critically ill at the Veteran's hospital in Cheyenne where his BILL TORDOFF, a junior at Morningside College, Sioux City, was elected president of the student body. Bill, son of the William Tordoffs, Algona, and a 1960 graduate of Algona high school, has served as vice-president of the Morningside college Circle K club for the past year. It is interesting that only two years ago, Dick Zweifel, Algona, was elected to the same office. Bill took over responsibilities April 5, and continued throughout the 1965-1966 school year. Bill, left is receiving the president's gavel from retiring president Steve Houston. Photo and story by Bill Bartlett, Algona. Announcement was made tilt •eek oft WHO radio of a scholar- hip ill Journalism which was ecently awarded to Sally A.U, senior at West Des Moines iigh school. Sally plans to use he $500 gift at the State University where she will be a 'reshman next fall majoring in ournalism. She is the second >f three children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Alt and her mother is the 'ormer Isabel Grccnbcrg, of Algona. Dr. L. R. Potter and C. R. Schoby called on the family of Rev. 0. W. Brand at Worthing ton, Minn, week before last «ndALGONA (lew*) AOVANCI-I visited Mrs. Stand at the Rest Home but were unable to see the minister who has been very ill following a heart attack on March 20 and two more on the 21. Ite was under intensive care at the Worthington hospital and critically ill. However, the Schobys learned by phone last week that he had been moved to a private room where he will be flat on his back for two months. One daughter, Mrs. Joyce Irons and her two children live witn her father and she teaches in Worthington. The other two daughters and their THURSDAY, APRIL children were also home. t*at, Mrs. Roland Walters, has three children and is teaching in Mt, Pleasant while her husband com* pletes his course in Dentistry at Iowa City this spring. Mary Lou, Mrs. Wm. Bumbraugh, and her three children came from Kala* mazoo, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harley, Boone, also, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Prcmmel and children of Sheldon, spent Sunday with Mrs. R. H. Skilling, mother of the two women. ^fw •^fev ^W^P^B^^^^^^V^^^^ v • •k^B^^a/ ^B ^ ~^T" ^.^ ., ™ Flowers They visited their son Michael at Fort Lauderdale, and Twila and "Dutch" Lorenz at Pompano Jeach finding the weather de- ightful with temperatures 80 and 90 degrees. Then they drove north to Jacksonville to visit ,heir son, Lt. Stephen Kencfick, lis wife and their two children. There it was foggy and cool and as they drove home they encountered much fog and mist, but did not see any snow till they reached southern Illinois. And though they had been informed by the children here of our blizzards and heavy snow they were not entirely prepared for the vista of snow and flpoc water which they met in arriva home. ings here, has been seriously ill at St Barnabas hospital where she remained for ten days but is now at home. During her absence her mother stayed with the Risings' daughter Beth, who is in Nursery School. Mrs. Rising ,a registered nurse, is employed at University hospital but will not return to work for a time. V. K. Rising, School Board Secretary, and G. R. Cook, School Bus foreman, attended a meeting at State College in Cedar Falls on Friday dealing with, the Bus Safety program. They returned home that evening. One of the speakers on Saturday was Fritz Nielsen, director of Driver Training program at the high school. A Spencer District meeting of Wesleyan Service Guild was held Sunday afternoon at Algona Methodist church with some 50 women registered. To them a noon luncheon was served by Methodist women followed by their program which concluded with a five o'clock coffee. was, The wife Mrs. is remaining Rose Sigsbee near him. learned of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. "Duke Kinsey arrived home about two weeks ago from a lengthy vacation which took them a long way from home. They left Al gona on Jan. 9 going first to California where they have two sons and a daughter, Tom a Huntington Beach and Dick a Gardena, are both with Nor-Air and Janet, Mrs. Michael Sin clair, lives at Hawthorne. He husband, too, is with the air craft company. From California the Kinseys flew to Honoluk and remained two months in th islands with their oldest so Bob's family. He is a pilot fo Continental Air Lines, now un der military contract, and ha been in Hawaii since Septem ber 1. While they were ther Mr. Kinsey suffered a coronar attack and was'hospitalized three weeks but is now feelin fine. Easter is the time to express your love and thoughtfulness with flowers . . . select a lily from our beautiful array ... or cut flowers, a potted plant or an Easter Sunday corsage. Just call and we'll be happy to deliver. Remember your loved ones in distant places with "FLOWERS BY WIRE." CUT FLOWERS Roses — Gladioli — Carnations — and others. POTTED PLANTS Easter Lilies — Geraniums — Chrysanthemums. CORSAGES Orchids — Cymbidium Orchid — Gardenia — Carnations — Roses. 'Huenhold's Fine Flowers" PHONE 295-2584, ALGONA Algona Greenhouses VISIT OUR GREENHOUSES" his serious condition in a letter from Mrs. Mendenhall. Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Strohman, his assistant, Thelma Will, Dr. N. J. Kelley, Dr. Karl Hoffman and his office assistant, Mrs. R. W. 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Mrs. Lorraine Bintz, Sutherland, showed slides of her trip to The Holy Land with interesting comments. At the close of the afternoon, Mrs. Sophia Langner, of Storm Lake, who is District president of the WSCS installed the Guild officers. Two of them are local women: Lora Seger, Secretary of Missionary Education, and Leona Smith, Secretary of Christian Social Relations. Mrs. Jon Rising, Minneapolis, daughter-in-law of the V. K. Ris- Chevrolet DICKY'd DAISY PIONEER. 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