Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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Two women become citizens ALOONA THURSDAY, i, Mrs. Emma Gfiftt ifid Carrie Vigdahi, Armstfdfig, met at Estherville Easter Sunday and spent the afternoon at the Kesler's. , , Patty Ouinn was owe of the nine finalists in the D E R essay contest. Patty and her parents, the Ormal Guinns, attended a dinner at the Gardston hotel Monday where three of the nine (finalists were chosen to go to Washington, D. C. One finalist from each of Dickinson, Emmet and Kosstith county Will receive Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr, and Mr». CUos Mudder- man, Alexander, spent Sunday icre with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pannkuk who are old friends. The W.S.C.S. of First Methodist church entertained Church School teachers and workers at TWO KOSSUTH women became United States citizens last Wednesday at Fort Dodge. They are shown above — Mrs. Helena (Alfred) Schultz, Algona, and Mrs. Inge Strayer, of rural Burt, second from left. The little boy in front is Frankie Strayer, 8, son of Mrs. Strayer. A total of 27 persons from 10 countries became citizens in naturalization ceremonies in the Federal District courtroom at F6rt Dodge. Photo courtesy Fort Dodge Messenger. CHECK OUR PRICES! TUNE-UP SPECIALS OUR BULK WAGON SERVICE will bring you GAS — OIL — LUBE needs right to your farm! HIGHEST QUALITY for LESS! Line et Clear Lake. Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brenes Truman Johnsons phoned their daughter, Mrs. Earl De- Zeeuw, Orion, 111 who reported much property damage and loss of livestock in that area hit by a tornado. The DeZeeuws had the roof damaged on their new brick home, but the most exten damage was done in the rural areas. Many small hog houses were wrecked or blown away in that swine producing community. The Laverne ( Larsons were Sunday guests at Ormal Guinn's and Linda stayed overnight for Debbie's birthday. The Ormal Guinns, her father the Henry Stoners, Laurens, sis ter, the Barton Evans, he brother, the Junior Keslers, Es therville, arid her grandmoth the honor. The Virgil TokheimSi Martin Tokheims and Bill Tokheitns were recent guests at Gene TOR helm's, Des Moines. • The Don Hoppes, Granada, were recent guests at Ed Godfredson's. The Paul Garrys, Stewartville Minn., were recent guests of his sister, the Carl SchaUbergers The Harold Inglets were Sunday callers. Mrs. inglet is a sister of Mrs. Schauberger and Mr Garry. Russell Strayer, Earl Berg and Kenneth Brones attended a spe cial district meeting of the VFW at Algona recently. The Art W. Larsons and Sam Larsons had as recent guests the Art Larsons, Maurice Carlsons, Lakota, Jim Waldschmidts, Armstrong, Don Martins, Richard O'Greens, Paul Wiechmanns and Wayne Jones, Burt. The Ed Frerichs were in Es- herville Wednesday to visit his uncle, the Melvin Hocketts. The Ed Frerichs were visitors recently with his father, Fred Frerichs, Le Sueur, Minn., with he Lloyd Steffens, of Okabena. Guests recently at Chris Feddersen's were the Arnold Clau- sens and Ernie Feddersens lingsted. Sam recently returned from Iowa City where he had Heart surgery in March. Mrs. Elvin Godfredson visited her father, Frank Gappa, Ayr- Lheir annual Courtesy dinner on Monday evening with some 30 in attendance. Mrs. Vic Parsons and Mrs. Geo. Wolf headed the serving committee. Mesdames Joe Tschetter, W. G. McCullough, and R. M. Phillips drove to Des Moines Sunday for the matinee performance of the Ice Follies and also toured the new Methodist Headquarters Building where they were holding open house. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Spong berg, Davenport, came Friday and remained till Sunday with his parents, the Albin Spong bergs. The elder Mr. Spongberg entered St. Ann Monday after noon. Mrs. Robert Harvey, the f mcr Irma 2ankc, wrote last ,veek from Rochester to local rlends, that her husband, who ad been taken by ambulance roin. their home at Swca City vas extremely ill and under in- cnsive care at St. Mary's hos- >ital, where a tracheotomy had >een performed to relieve a serous respiratory condition. Tom Butterfield, Marshall' own, was an Easter weekend guest at the D. 11. Halls and others entertained at dinner on hat Sunday were the Wally flills, Algona, and the Martin Norlands, Titonka. II arriving Saturday. The family remained for the funeral of Mr. Kickbush on Tuesday and left yesterday for Mesquite where Tom is employed by Collins Radio. While here they were guests of his parents the Murl Potters. Dinner guest* on Mothers' Day at the G. R. Cooks will be members of the Cook family: the Glen Teeters and Mel Buttons, Burt; the Ron Nelsons, Lu- Verne, the Gary Schichtls, Britt; and Henry Johannscns, Algona. Chefs brother Walter and wife, well remembered Their home was unt6uched by flood, but the visitors saw fnilch damage evident. Walter is of* fice manager at Dubuqtie for Iowa State Brand Butter, and with foreknowledge their building would be flooded everything movable was taken out and water pumped inside to counter act flood pressure from outside. The water reached four inches in depth and it will be at least a week before they can begin operating again. Two bridal showers are beinc tendered 'in absentia' to Nancy Muckey-Shipler who was mar ried almost two weeks ago at Anaheim, Calif. One, Monday evening at Good Hope church, was sponsored by members 01 the Shipler family. Another will be held tomorrow evening in the local Methodist church at Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Strohman, Dr. Karl Hoffman and his assistant, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, svent to DCS Moines Sunday to attend the State Dental meeting and returned on Wednesday evening. Dr. Strohman presented a Clinic on Prevcntativc Orthodontics in Children's Dentistry on Monday morning, repeating, by request a talk given earlier. Mrs. Anderson gave a Clinic on Wednesday morning using the topic, This Is My Line. The office of Dr. Strohman was being renovated during his absence and will be closed for the rest of this week. shire, Monday. Mrs. Carl Lofstrom had guests recently for William's confrma- tion at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs. Albert Paul spent a recent weekend visiting relatives in Iowa Falls. Mrs. Hans Peterson and Nancy Dahlke, Fairmont, attended the Ceramic Show at Waterloo, on fabrics. Mrs. Verne R. Johnson had guests for the confirmation of Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee went t Lincoln, Neb. on Saturday t visit her daughter Ruth Ann family, the W. E. Beardsleys for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harbert were guests at the Fred Pannkuk home from Thursday to Saturday when they returned to Montevideo, Minn., having spent the week with relatives and friends in Iowa. They reported an extremely heavy winter now at Montevideo and were )locked in for a time with drifts. Mr .and Mrs. G. R. Cook spent he weekend at Malcolm with .he latter's sister, Mrs. Mary Vleador, in celebration of her Dirthday this week. which friends Nancy's relatives will entertain. and her son, Mark. Johansons had confirmation of The Everett guests for the Dolores. The Harold Carrs and Mrs. O B. Koons, Lakota, were recenl guests of their daughter, the" Don Koons, Estherville. VIKING HD Premium Oil In 30 •Ballon Drums WHATEVER MATURITY CORN YOU NEED - FARM GREASE Ilulli-Lub Lithium Gun Grease Tht ONE Grease for ivory Purpose All Types Transmission and Hydraulic Oils For AH Types and Models of Tractors VIKING OIL CO. 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They are touring six countries: England, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and France, by various means of conveyance and will return to Iowa on May 23rd, Mrs. Elva Simpson moved Saturday from an apartment on N. Thorington to one of the Bjustrom apartments on E. Call yi, order to be nearer! to,, churcl] and stores. Mesdames L. L. Riter and John Schutter attended a meeting of Dickinson County Republican Women held Tuesday at the Arnold Stolenberg home on Silver Lake, at Lake Park There were some 50 in attend ance and both local women were on the program. Mrs. Schutter is Chairman of the Sixth District organization and Mrs, Riter Membership Chairman for the State of Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud drove to Newton Saturday to spend the weekend with a sister-in-law, then returned to Des Moines Monday to attend the State Dental Convention coming home Wednesday, Mrs. Alfred Larson went to Iowa City Monday by bus to be with her husband wiio had surgery done on Tuesday at University hospital. She planned to return home at the end of this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott drove to Des Moines Monday and attended a Shrine Pre-Ceremonial Ladies night held at KRNT that evening. Tuesday they went to Fairfield and remained overnight with Mrs. Wolcott's brother-in-law and sister, the John Waggamons, then came home Wednesday bringini Mrs. C. F. Wheeler, mother of the women, to remain here for several weeks. Mrs. Ann Harvey moved las weekend into an apartment a the home of Mrs. J. P. Smith on south Thorington street. She had been at the home of her laughter, Mrs. Roger Will, since eturning a few weeks ago from California. Mess-Free After spending seven weeks at St. Ann, Harvey Steven was dismissed on Saturday and welcomed home on his wife's 84th nrthday. He is reported to be doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olsen and two children of Pammel ourt, Ames, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Anderson. Sunday morning at the Methodist church, tftg^r, son v Mark Allen, was baptised. 'Their" older son Todd Steven, is two. The Andersons entertained at a family dinner on Sunday with the Olsens, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson and three children as guests. Mrs. Clint Lighter received vord last week of the death of a nephew, Lee Ellis, of Dayton, 0., who is survived by his wife and one son. Lee had retired a few years ago from the Navy and operated a Tandy Leather Goods Shop at Dayton. When taken ill he was flown to Brooks Memorial Air Force hospital at San Antonio, Tex., where he died on April 27, following surgery. Funeral services were held Saturday, May 1, at Dayton and were attended by the deceased's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bliss, of Spencer and his brother, Bob Ellis, of Superior, Wis. Burial was in Florida, his wife's former home. 931-DEEPTINT TINTING BASE The annual meeting of Iowa Federated Woman's Clubs was held in Des Moines last Thursday and Mrs. J. B. Asa, a Sixth district officer, attended the ses sion. She was accompanied to Des Moines by Mrs. Steve Wick liffe who spent the day with her niece. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family entertained her parents, the Gilbert Hargreaves at Easter dinner and also Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City who remained till Monday at the, Hargreaves home; • •'' ' ' : * ' Mrs. Tom Potter and son Jeff came last week from Mesquite, Tex., and remained at Mason City where her father, Kenneth Kickbush, was hospitalized at Mercy hospital where he died on Sunday. 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