Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
Page 11
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D, M. Hall was taken to St, Ann Sunday for treatment fof pneumonia. Robert ftiektrt win* to Ext* ter, Neb. one day last week to attend the funeral services for a maternal aunt Mrs. Theresa Brown. Donald Cant, Robert Bicktrt, Dr. D. J. Shey, and J. P. Studer attended the Curelle Laymans Retreat at Rockwell a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pott, Bob and Rex attended the dog show Sunday at Waterloo. The Posts have an Afghan but did not register him due to overlooking the time for registration. Mr, and Mrs. Richard H«l- mers came from Duncotnbe Thursday evening and took the mother Mrs. John Helmers home with them. She also visited at Fort Dodge with the Virgil Wilschusens and returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Elbtrt have moved Roth rental into the Harold home on south Smith street recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe. Mrs. Amy Johnson had as callers Sunday Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Bosma Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Elman and Randy of Lakota and Jack Emmetsburg. Stavers, of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dutton and family of Omaha, Neb. and Mr. and Mrs Jack Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette and Mrs. Bertha Dettman were among those who attended a Fellowship meeting at the Full Gospel church noon at Burt. Mrs. Minnie Monday after Blinkman was pltal. Mr. and Mri, Walter Boeek- holt and Cheri, were joined by Mr. and Mrs, William Boeckholt and Janis of Crystal Lake at Buffalo Center Sunday where the^ were dinner guests of the mother, Mrs. Anton Boeckholt. Mrs. Dena Boekelman and daughter Henrietta went to Buf- falso Center Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs. Eppo Winter. Enroute home they stopped at Lakota to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bradley were visited Sunday by their daughter Mrs. Howard Kcllcy, of Clare and Thelma Kelley, of ~"ort Dodge, sister-in-law of Mrs. Celley. Mr. Bradley has not >een in his usual good health of late but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. William Carney were at Rochester, Minn., recently and visited with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Worby. Mr. and Mrs. William Carney have had as guests their granddaughter and family Mr. and VIrs. Arlo Leiss, Tom, Debby and Dawn, of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Leiss is employed at the Lutheran children's home. Mr. and Mrs. John Cash were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Oaks at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan spent from Saturday till Tuesday at the Okobojis attending an abstractors convention. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts were visited Sunday by their son Herbert and wife, of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam er Joan who leaches in the.John L. clement otttettinget school system there. •* ** •'" —<••-•* •**- -"»• Mr. and Mrt< Martin Inker had as caller Sunday, Jean Bon- stetter, of Fort Dodge who was spending the weekend with her parents at West fiend. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Becker will be dinner guests Mothers )ay at their son-in-law and daughter's Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. at Burt. Mr, and Mrs, Glenn Burtis had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoik, of Britt and Mrs. William Thompson. Mr, and Mrs, Art Burrfi want to Bradgate Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bur- visited Friday by her son-in-law John Fassbinder, of Mason Cit) who also called on Mrs. Blink man's sister,. Mrs. Emma Miller who is a patient at St. Ann hos ris. Hattie Wilson was visited over the weekend by Mrs. Minnie Shunk, of Marion, Mrs. Anna Sterner of Springfield and Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer, of Cedar Rapids, Jack Long, of Cedar Rapids spent Monday and overnight here on business.for his father A. L. Long, of Crestview Acres, Marion. Mr. Long is a former Algonan well known business man. For several years he made his home at Davenport. Bob Holcomb, a student at the university at Iowa City will spend Mothers Day weekend with his mother Mrs. Ed Hough. Mrs. Luther Fairbanks Jr. and her mother Mrs. Olga Adams spent Monday at Eagle Grove with Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burtis were dinner guests Sunday of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Burtis at Spencer. Mrs. Hugh Carroll is being visited this week by Mrs. C. P. spent Sunday at Sioux Rapids with the former's father, Howard, Byam who had suffered a stroke; but was able to be up and around. Mrs. Perry Byam went to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday for an overnight visit with her daugh N, b. who concluded the visit Tuesday. «M v „ Mr. and Mr., mm C»lw*l went to Adei Sunday and brought home Mfi, Hugh Cdl- weli who had been visiting her son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart. , Mr, and Mri, Don Chrlstenien were recently visited by Mr. and Mrs. Joe King of Esther- Ville. Mr, and Mri, Richard Cook went to the Okobojis Sunday and opened their cottage for summer occupancy. Mr, and Mrs, Leroy Crapstr joined the one hundred and fifty campers at the Cerro Gordo fairgrounds, Mason City for the "camp out" Sunday and saw the showing of the various types of camping vehicles available. Maj. Charles Crapser who it in service at Saigon has written his parents he has been under treatment the past two weeks for an eye infection. If it does not improve soon, he will be sent to the Philippines for further treatment. Mr, and Mrs. Merle Chamberlain and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner camped out at Ayrshire over the weekend. John Dahlhauser, son of Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser is convalescing at home from knee surgery performed at the university hospital a few months ago. He is making good progress and the surgery was removal of injured cartilage while in high school athletics. He. has been employed with the Fair Play Scoreboard company in Des Moines. ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANC6-5 THURSDAY, MAY 6,1965 Mr*. Eva Deirn and her sister Mary ftiesef will have as guests early this week Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hornbuckle, of Spencer who will visit here a few days. When they leave'for home, Mrs. Deim and Miss Bieser will accompany them for a visit of several days. Terry Johnion, sen of Me. and Mrs. Woodward Johnson has been in service six months and will have completed his assignment this week. Enroule home he will stop at Omaha, Neb. and will bring Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hobbs with him. He has been stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Terry will sing at the William Robinson-Phylliss Metzen nuptials Saturday morning at St Jccella Catholic church. Mrs. Harold Lampright accompanied her sister Mrs. A. L. Hansen, of Des Moines to Breezy Point, Minn, last week to assist her in getting her cottage ready for summer occupancy. Mrs. Hanson returned to Des Moines Monday. PLANT SALE DATED The Algona Garden club met May 3 with Mrs. Fred Pannktik assisted by Mrs. Martin Becker. Sixteen attended. Mrs. Leo McEnroe was a guest. Mrs. Harlcy Troulman Sr. showed a table centerpiece and Mrs. Wm. Dan talked on garden conservation. Plans were completed for a plant sale May 7 to be held across the street south from the court house. The club will also have a flower show May 25. There will be an arrangement demonstration and a talk by Mrs. Andersen, the judge, at 2 p.m. The public is invited. HOM6MAKERS MEET The Union Township Home* maker* met at the Civic C§n* ter, Aptil ' 29 with Mesdatnes Raymond Vigdal and Jtfftel Camp as hostesses. Mrs. Glen Jetikinson and Julia Taylor gave the extension lesson on Cafe of plants and Mrs. Louis Nitchals and Mrs. Harold Hunt gave the one on fabrics. Carroll, of Belmond. The former had a recent card from her granddaughter Mrs. Russell Kromminga saying that she and the children had arrived in the Portugese town, of Praia and joined her husband who has been in service for some time. Mrs. Alice Clayton had as din. ner guests Sunday her brother Elmer Peterson and wife, of Britt and her sisters Mrs. Eva Dewel and Ida Peterson. Mrs. Charles Clement and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill have been visited by their sister; Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dahl hauser and John will be guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrell at Spencer. Mrs. Celia Deal was visitec Monday by her son Pete Deal of Des Moines. KAY HEIilEN 418 No. Jones St., ALGONA Won The Coronado Vacuum Cleaner Given At Our Blue Ribbon Appliance Sale ADDITIONAL SECOND PLACE WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY MAIL WITH CERTIFICATE. Do it NOW.. O When next summer comes you will again dream of having a Lennox Central Air Conditioning system for your home. No need to "dream" if you act now. We will install one of these wonderful systems for you now, but you won't have to make a single payment until next JULY 1st. Even then, you can take up to 54 months to pay! If your furnace needs replacing, we'll be glad to offer you the same terms. See US' soon for the details. Laing's Plumbing & Heating 5-2104 ALGONA See HUTZELL'S for all SPRING SPORTS EQUIPMENT • Baseball • Golf © Tennis • Track • Badminton THIS IS FOR 1965 Bonntvlllt Spoil* Coup* What a coincidence. The nicest things at the Auto Show are all in one place, And now they've won Motor Trend's Car of the Year Aware), (Can there be more to this than just coincidence?) See the new Pontjics and Tempests at Kossuth County Fairgrounds Floral Hall, May 8-9 Prive them at yowr authorised Pontiac Dealer's and see why 1965 is the year of the Quick Wide-Tracks. SCHULTZ BROS. South Phillip* Strtft AtGONA .MORE THAN A NEW CAR...A NEW CADILLAC! Above, the Coupe da Ville; below, the longer-wheelbase Reelwood Brougham. What would an auto show be like without it? A lot less than it should be! For after all, a Cadillac so dramatically new is sure to provide an element of distinction to intrigue and delight the man With a fine car appreciation. How unfortunate, indeed, if that man were not able to sit in the most comfortable interiors ever designed for a fine car. Or if the lady who accompanies him were not able to inspect the beautifully crafted embroidered fabrics to be found in the "car of cars" this year. And finally, wouldn't it be a loss to every fine car connoisseur if he couldn't ask the price of this newest and finest of all Cadillacs? For what other car can equal the Standard of the World for investment appeal? JMone other, we assure you, than the car that is so new, so right, so obviously Cadillac! MEET CADILLAC AT THE ALGONA AUTQ SHOW MAY 8-9 t KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS and at your local authorized Cadillac dealer SCHULT2 BROS, 1009 SOUTH PHILLIPS t ALQONA, IOWA

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