Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
Page 8
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I—ALOONA (low*) ADVANct THURSDAY, APRIL 99, 196$ SOCIETY At MITHODIST MEETING Consecration of the Iowa Methodist headquarters building at Des Moines was held Monday. A talk by Bishop James Thomas was given to those in attendance at the Veterans Auditorium vyhere dinner was served. Afterward services were held at the building. Those going from here were Kcv. anci Mrs. Newton Coughenour. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schooy, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder, Mrs. ,)oo Tschcltcr, Mrs. Merle Webster, Mrs. George Wolfe, Mrs. Louis Kellcy, Mrs. Arthur Benschotcr, and Kdward Thompson. 16th WEDDING OBSERVED Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn had as dinner guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn and family, of Ankeny, an observ- of the 16th \vcddlng anniversary of the feob Kuhfw; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Rlelii and Kick and Mrs. Leota Italpin, who Is visiting them was also a guest. She recently returned from Deiij ver ,Colo., where she had spent the winter with Mary Ellen and her husband Frank Wiggs. Later she plans to go to Muscatine for a visit with another son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halpin. NEIGHBORHOOD WELCOME Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer have purchased the Helen Mikes house at 419 North Jones street and their daughter, Mrs. Fhilges, has an apartment with them. Last week Thursday morning a group of neighbors gave a welcome cot fee at the Kramer's and in attendance were Mrs. A. J. Gotten, Mrs. Matt Bormann, Mrs. Dean Burrows, Mrs. Charles O'Connor, Helen Dingley, Mrs. Anna Geishcckec, Anna and Minnie Schick and Burnaciettc Barbaras. Home Show attracts record 3,000 crowd ENTERTAIN GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gcrbcr entertained at dinner last week Saturday and had as guests Mr. BLAKE Funeral Homes ' "Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE • WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICX "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE 1 " The 1965 Algona Home Show, sponsored by the Algona Chamber of Commerce, was definitely a success despite a wet snow on Sunday. A crowd of 3,000 attended this Very colorful event. Friday and Saturday attendance broke all previous Home Show records. Sunday v.as slightly affected by the miseru- ancl Mrs. Don Huber, Brad and Barry, of Delhi; Marvin Eisenbarth, Mr. nntl Mrs. Elclon Shaw and Russell, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome tiisenbarlh. They also called on Chris Jensen at the Good Samaritan Home. BIRTHDAY CLUB TO MEET Mrs. Merle Webster is entertaining her birthday club Friday evening. The anniversary of Mrs. James Allen will be observed. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Mrs. Richard Schneider entertained her Bridge club Wednesday. 500 CARD CLUB MEETS Mrs. Grace Jackman entertained her 500 club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained at a bridge party Wednesday afternoon. CANASTA CLUB MEETS Mrs. Russell Cook entertained her Canasta club Monday afternoon. trotmafi Date Meld* R Dodge, spotted Kirby going south on 169. shortly after and overtook him in a speedy chase, it is thought Kirby also was the person who stole a car own- ed by Vefhe fiufns last Wednesday and abandoned it at Port Dodge, somewhat the worse for wear with the forward gears not working. ALMANAC.< (Continued from Page 1) gona. Pofd; Larry A. Hinckley, Burl, Font.; Robert M. Garms, Algona, Chev.; Leo of Bleanof Hanig, Cofwith, Chev.; Hugh ft. Lewis/ Lakota, Chev.; John Asche, fitbfika, Fofd; ttifdtd Guy Tfauget, LuVefne, Plynt; Norman R. Buenget, 'West Bend, Plym. ble cold wet weather. The. crowd was enthusiastic about the new site for the Home Show (at the Floral Hall) and the beautiful exhibits. The winner of the Grand Prize, a Curtis-Mathes stereophonic console record player, was Mary E. Bcsch of Whltte- morc. A fine transistor radio was given each day of the show. These were won by Lawrence II, Riedcl of Algona, Virginia Krebsbach of Algona, and Eva Wiegcrt of Thompson, Iowa. Several Home Show exhibitors have already requested booth space for the next show in 1967. Rural Algonan charged with stealing car ,. .„ . ' ^ i A rural AJgona -man, Merle Ei Kirby, 25, is being held at Fqrj Dodge on a stolen car charge this week after he was caught in a high-speed chase; .last Friday night at Fort Dodge! He was sentenced to 30 days in jail there on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while his license was; under suspension also. : ' Kirby was charged with the' theft of a late model car owned by James M. Awn of ;Ft. 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