Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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2—AieQNA (lews) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1965 Marilyn Alt is Sentral band queen at Mason City ) Carrie Haasr. Algoin: and a j sister-in-law, Mrs, llelcti Widdel. FPII ton. Ho left no children, but his \vifo survives in Cal- iifornia. HP was born here and ; grow up on a farm southwest. York City for two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. John I). LUcey, and her tincle, Bill Godden. She plans to attend the World's Fair also. Mr*. P. J. Kohlhaas returned home early la^t week from Washington, D. C. She had driven there six weeks earlier with her son-in-law and daughter, the Cliff Livedalens, of Minneapolis, who continued On sotilh for a leisurely vacation. Mrs. Kohlhaas visiled her throe sons. Vernon, Bob. and Dean in HIP Capi- of Fonton. Ho also practiced op-l' 0 ' "ty and w " h P l lM n1 J? 10 ! 1 ilometrv in Madelia and Minnea- j nolis. He had been in ill health I for two years. Fenton — Marilyn Alt, daughter of the Larry Alls, Fenlon, will represent the Sentral school marching band as queen in the annual North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City June 15. She was chosen queen at the Swea City junior fair and field days last summer, and also will enter the Miss Iowa Pageant at Arnold's Park May 30 as Miss Swea City, She has appeared at various observances in the area under that title. She is a senior at Sentral high-school, a drum majorette, and plays clarinet in the concert band. She is a cheerleader and a member of vocal and instrumental ensembles. This year she was coeditor of the school paper, on the annual staff, and a member of the student council. She was also chosen Homecoming queen. j Mother's Dav guesls at Ar' nold Lands' home were the I Frank Thileos family, Alex Thilpes. John Fnhrs, Arnold Nielsens. Mrs. ftpinold Laabs, d Amanda Schult. Callers were the Cliff Haasps. Algona, Wilfred Laabses and Fern. Saturday a birthdav partv was held at the Arnold I/aabs home for Carol's seventh birthday. Guests were Elizabeth Madden, Margene Hcnriksen. Barbara Burkeren. Nancy Johnson, Linda Tieman. Marcin Meyer, Ver lea Douplas. Helissa Krausc, Melanie Waito, and Mrs. Harold Feye and Debbie. The Jack Gerharts had as guest. 1 ; for Brnce's confirmation Mrs. Emma Reimcrs, the Arlo Rannevs, Tom Lees, Art Kres- sens, Kenneth Johnsons, James Krcssins, Mavnard Krcssins and Robert and Diana Krcssin. The Birthday 500 club met Monday at Mrs. James Meyer's. High prize was won by Mrs. Jcr- rv Waito and low by Mrs. Larry G'ade. Three dollars was given to the cancer fund. EX-RESIDENT DIES An ex-Fenton resident, Ed Widdel, died May 8 at 78 in Englewood, Calif., where he was a retired optometrist. Area relatives include two sisters, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Fenton, and Mrs. inond. Va. She flew from Washington back to Minneapolis. An announcement of the marriage of Robert T. Southgate to Mildred Nisslv Htighps April 17 was received bv the groom's sister. Olive Herbs!. Thev are living in Ypsilanli, Michigan. He is a former Algonan. Sue Hemmingsen has been accepted by the SI. Barnabas school of nursing at Minneapolis. She is a graduate of high school (his month. New officers for Auxiliary are elected SI. Ann Hospital Auxiliary held an annual spring luiichoon recently at the Algona Country (1u!). In -election of officers for I he coining year, elected were: President. Mrs. Jim Harris; 1st vice, Mrs. Clement McEvoy; 2nd vice, Mrs. Howard Stephenson; recording secretary, Mrs. John Harris: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jim Cowan; treasurer, Mrs. Rimer Woltcr: nominating corn miltce, Mrs. Kevin Nash. Mrs. Charles Sheaklcy. Mrs. Laura Hough. Mrs. William Navoichick, outgoing president, will serve < on Ihe hoard of directors. Mrs. John Sucre and Mrs. Phil Dia- mond will be co-chairmen for ] Ihe Round Robin Bridge for the | coming year. Anyone interested in playing next fall TshlJuld con- lad them. Susan Goclie, 87, of Bancroft, dies Sunday Bancroft — Funeral services for a longtime Bancroft woman, Mrs. Susan Goche, were held Wednesday at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Msgr. Joseph Schultes officiated at the requiem mass and burial was in the church cemetery. The 87-year old woman died Sunday at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She had been hospitalized there for eight months. She was born Susan Schiltz on Vpv. 1, 1877 at Cottonville, Iowa n Jackson county. After attend- ng school there, stte wS§ married on Feb. 7, 1899 to William Goche. ' ENROLL AT COLLEGE Janice Robinson, daughter of e E. E. Robinsons, Algona, and Mary Lou Wagner, daughter of the Orville Wagners, Bode, plan to enroll next fall as freshmen at Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids. »»»»»»»»»»*»»»»»»»»«»»»• Irvington By Mae McLean Fun and Do club met May 12 at Eulalia Altman's in Algona. Most members were present with Mrs. Walter Elbert and Mrs. Kasper Kohlhaas guests. At 500 prizes went to Wilma Arndorfer, Stella Eischen and Rita Frankl. A gift was 'present- ed to Julie Ann, Itifant daughter of Bob afM'Biffiice Mayer, The nexl meeting will be It Wil< ma Artidorter's Jtifie 9. Guests Sunday at Francis Froehlich's were the Carl SchertK els, Blue Earth, Mlftn. Mrs. Scheme! is an aufil of Mrs. Froehlich. Mfs. Marie Frankl and Mfs. Marguerite Hayes went to Ban* croft Sunday to visit a sister-in- law, Mrs. Frank Mulligan. Mrs. Anna Eischen accompanied the Phil Eisehens to Iowa City Tuesday where both won> en had appointments for checkup and examinations. The Bernard Capesiuses had as visitors over a recent weekend their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. John Crehan and Carol, who came by plane from San Francisco, Calif. Carol stayed with her grandparents and her mother Mrs. Crehan returned to San Francisco, and then left with her husband John for Hawaii for two Weeks. The Loren Stevens, Armond Beach, Fla., last weekend brought the former's sister, Mrs. Gerald: Cotemaft and Judy home. They had them two weeks. Mfs. Stevens stopped off at Ogden, where she stayed with hef fflotllef, Mrs. Orvel Sparks, libffen brought Mrs. Coleman and Judy to Irvington and returned to Ogden Monday, taking his moth* fer, Mrs. Henry Stevens, Who had been at the Colemans, to her home there. Kay, Cindy and Theresa, daughters of the Dewey Skill' ings, Algona, were visitors last Sunday with their grandparents, the Robert Skillings. Kenneth Roney and Merle Wellendorf were in Des Moines Monday, where Merle had a check up at the Veteran's hospital. The Francis Rogers, West Haven, Conn., who had been visiting the Guy Giddings while on their honeymoon, left for home last week Wednesday. They were married May 1. Roger is a brother of Mrs. Giddings. 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