Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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Mrs. Garmer Ewefi, of Amboy, Minn. Mr. *r>rl Mr*. EiNlreft Anderson and Mr. and Mfs. .foe Pomplun went to Spencer Sunday to attend the redtal given in dedication of the new Sacred Heart Catholic church, by Paul Mooter on an electric organ. He is la graduate of the Cincinnati, 0. 'School of Music and his program was varied and he gave an explanation of many of the numbers. Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Hargreaves were visited a week ago over the weekend by Mrs. ft. J. Cook, of Mason City, who also visited with Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson have been here from Omaha. Neb., and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves have had as guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence of Fort Dodge. Carolyn Sabin married CAROLYN SABIN and Jerry McArthur were married in ft double ring ceremony April 17, 1 p.m. in the UUIe Brown church, Nashua, Iowa, with Rev. Glenn Utterback performing the ceremony. Carolyn is the daughter of Mr. Leo Sabin and the late Mrs. Sabin. Jerry's parents are the Durwood McArthurs of here. Attendants were Dianna Rentz and Carroll Sabin, twin brother of the bride. Immediately following the ceremony the wedding party and guests returned to Algona to a wedding dinner served at Charlie's Supper club at 5 p.m. The couple are living near Algona where the groom is engaged in farming. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Mr .and Mr;. William Cask wefe recently visited dVer a weekend by their son-in-law Ind daughter Mf. and Mrs. Charles Volk and little sort Vificenlfl&f Marian, The Cooks, Mrs. Emily f Block and the Volks spent a day i at Mason City with Mrs. Henry i Schmidt, mother of Mrs. Cook land Mrs. Block. | Mr. and Mn. Otto Ertfttrdm and Betty have returned from a visit at Houston, Tex., with their I son Howard and wife. They; ai- ! so went to Galve'ston on a sight- I seeing trip. Ertroute home they (stopped at Ogden to visit with | Mrs. Engstrom's sister Mrs. Jo- I hanna Jensen. j Mr. and Mr*. Frank Smith I have received announcement of ithc birth April 13 of a grand- i daughter who has been named i Victoria Lynn. The parents arc ! Mr. and Mrs. Eric Smith of. Em; metsburg. They also have a son i Hoger. one year old. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith 'were recently at Ackley to.vis- !it with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sch- affer. They were joined there by their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mfs. Elvin Moore and family of MuseaUfle. Mr, and Mf*. Frank Smith had as dinner pests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson, of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Smith of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Marten Smith. Ed Meyer of the public school system was at Cedar Palls last week Saturday attending the Industrial Arts Fair and was ac; companted by some of his pupils. Randy Rledinger and Gary ; Powell won first prizes On the j weather vanes and Jeffrey Alilen third for his electric motor. (This week Saturday Mr, Meyer Uvill attend the Educational Board of lOwa Industrial Educa- Uion Association at Marshall- itown. ! Mr. and Mrs. j, j. Atherton nlan to spend the weekend at Des Moines with their son and rlaughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Atherton. Dr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connor have been visited by the lat- ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. B.i Vdfidef hadden of Wichita, Karts. They stopped enroute at Cafroll to atteftd the wedding Of i nephew. Mr. O'Connor's par- jftts, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. 0'Cor> nor, are expected home soon at Lake City after spending the winter at Hollywood, Fla. Mr. and Mrs, Merle Webster are going to Des Moines for the weekend and will visit their son Richard and family. Saturday they will take the grandchildren to see the "Ice Follies." Mrs, Ann Harvey is moving into an apartment at Mrs. Rose Smith's on South Thorington St. May 1. Mrs. Smith has had her :?on-h>raw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knuth, of Paullina, here several days helping get the rooms ready for occupancy. Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Pool have had word that their daughter Mrs. James Newell, of Tulsa, Okla., has had recent major surgery. She Is making very good recovery. Mrs. Delia McKee is at Clear Lake for several days visiting Paul Fridere. it at Whitt* more with his aunt Mrs. Lawrence , Kirsch while Mr. Kirsch and son Larry are at Houston, Tex., visiting a few days with the son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kirsch. Mrs. Marlin Kirsch is the former Diane Stebritz, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. H. W. Stebritz. Mrs*. Hifda Gronwall hat returned -from. California where she spent the winter in San Diego with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. George Sayler and at Fullerton she visited her son Jerry and. family. She is staying with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rowley until May 1 when her apartment will be vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Pat Goodwin who will again live in their trailer house. Mrs. Gronwall made the trip via plane to Minneapolis, where she was met by her son Robert and wife, St. Cloud. The Rowleys went to Minneapolis to bring her home. The trip out was also made via plane. Mrs. Frank Vera had Mr. and Mrs. Marion Burbank of Mason City as guests Friday. Saturday Mrs. Vera went to Mason City and was.there, till Monday with the Burbanks and also filled an appointment, at the clinic. Mrs. Rose Sigsbee and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Monday in Mason City .where the former had an appointment. Bet»«y Weber came from Des Moines for a weekend visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen. She is taking a course in automation at A. I. B. college. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cink spent Sunday at Bancroft with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Farrow. .. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cogdall spent Easter Sunday at Cresco with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cog- dalLSr. • Joyce Huenhold, a nurse at Presbyterian-St. Luke hospital, Chicago, 111., left Tuesday after a visit of a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. She said *.\ye hajje no. idea of what the conditions are along the Mississippi but admitted it took courage to drive here. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lallier had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr .and Mrs. Richard Potratz, of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lallier, Mrs. Mary Lallier and Marvin, and Mrs. Clara Kohlhaas. Other callers during the day were Mr. and Mrs. James Kunkel, Mr. and Mrs, William Besch, of Rodman, Father Cletus Besch, of Remsen. They have also been visited bv Dora Besch of Whittemore and Nancy and Susan Besch of Kasson* Minn. 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JIIMT: with her daughter Mrl ifice Pfeffcr. . Ollvaf Bakkeri refund Tort- day frofri Mercy hospital, Forl bodge, where he had major,suf- jefy. ., ' • Mr*. W!ll!«»n 6«u Sf. •ttowp' atiied Mrs. Ella Hclrnkc ahd hef son Arthur Clawsoii, of Swefl City, to Goldficld Monday to afc tend the funeral service of John Schipull, 69, who died of a heart ailment. Mr. arid Mr». DM Beli«M, sons David and Dan, were accompanied by fodd Hendersort and Douglas Sdiefick to Mason City to attend the Rod and Costume show at the Cerfo -Owcto county fairgrounds, Mason City. MM. Max Bit* it hivinfl'Mr. and Mrs. Burton Varcoe and family, of Emmetsburg, as dinner guests Sunday. Mr, and MM. Bob §•««*«, Bruce, Eddie and Debbie, spent the weekend at Unionville visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Worley. Mr. Worley is recovering nicely from a recent heart attack. • Corn* At A Neighbor Mr. And MM. K«ftffitri afld?Mfi £ & Shlefp58pfe.it list Weekend at N. W. 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