Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
Page 11
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AL66NA (low*) fHtfftSBAY, MAY 25, BRICK is our • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" : — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA J.F. ThomauR, it West fiend, dies West tend — FUfief at Services tof Joseph F. fhorttahn, 86, Retired West Bend farltief, Wefe held Mohday in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church here. The ftev, Loiiis Gfeving Was celfe' bratit of the requiem Ma'ss, and burial was in the parish DOES CONGESTION • . . keep you awako at night? Make you feel miserable all day? Then you , want relief and want it fast! Arid thftt'i just what you get when you take SYNA-CLEAR. Decbrigcstant Tab- * lets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet give's up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieve*; headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now-got SYNA-CLEAR in the blue > and white carton today. Satisfaction; guaranteed. At your druggist's. And ' remember, SYNA-CLEAR. relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. SYNA- CLEAR PECOMGESTAr-'T TABLETS HO.MSBRUCH DRUG Algona, Iowa . Guster rehearses tor concert Mr. Thomson died Thursday evening at his home following a long illness. Born and reared in France, he came to the United States when he was 18 years old. He first resided at Decorah, theh came in 1905 to West Bend, which had since ibeeh his home. -'••In ;i !904, he married Emma Christen at Elkader. She survives as do'nine children, Harry, Frank, Milbert, Robert, Earl and Josephine Thomanh, all of West Bend; Mrs. C. E. Colemah of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Lydia Gordon of Susanville, Calif.; and Mrs.-: Liilie Mogler of Bode Thfere 'are 12 grandchildren. Takes |«t to visit in Hawaii . Mrs.^Don.' McCarthy, Algona, itid.her daughter, Eileen, of Des Moines, flew to Hawaii by jrit where they spent four days with another daughter and family, the James Heinens. They met her with the traditional orchid lei and she met her latest grandchild, Tina. The Heinens have two other children, Sonya an'd Shawn. She also visited With Sr. Frank Sorroras. ; On the way to the coast they visited in Omaha with a son, lp and a friend, Frank Sorrora, during a 15-mihute'stop of the train. In Los Angeles they were met by another son, Luke, who took them to the airport for their first .jet ride. Enroute Jiome they stayed longer•"in"'Los Angeles and saw Disneyland, Marineland, Forest Lawns. They also visited,at the James ^Coynes, Ray, Bob and Vince McCarthys. I RUSS OUSTER, Aigoha high school band director/ is shown rehearsing With a part of the massed band which presented k cohceH last WedheWay night in the high school gymnasium before a capacity crowd. All of the school's binds ±- grade school, junior high and senior hieh — were included in the program which included about 280 students. 101, mgn w« ••;••-• F i 6 Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Border to spend two or three .veeks fishing at the place Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rpswell, Dows, came Saturday for ah overnight visit with Mr. and Thompson, old Mrs. John friends. COULD MAKE IT , SO GOOD/ HIlDERBOn emcKson At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market . . : ''- ." '.%'.'(•:•;;• S/.'^vf.,'.-. •;;-,- •• .- :; ';•" . ANDERSON - ERICKSON DAIRY Mrs. Steve Wickliff was dismissed Saturday from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, following minor surgery. Her brother, Roger Frazier, who lives at the Soldiers' Home in Marshalltown has been at the Wickliff home For the past two weeks and will remain for a time. Mrs. R. M. Phillips, City Librarian, and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, a member of the Board of Trustees, attended a District meeting of Librarians held at Charles City last week. A Workshop for the Woman's Fellowship of the United Church of Christ was held Friday at Klemme. Members from the local Congregational church Fellowship in attendance were: Mrs. Frank B. Harcey, Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley, Mrs. T. S. Herbst, Mrs. Olive Herbst, Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mrs. Albert Granzow, Mrs. Lowell Smith, and Mrs. J. R. Kolp. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud are being visited by a sister-in-law, Mrs. W, L. Aillaud, of Newton, whom they met at Fort Dodge on Wednesday of last week where she came by bus; Wes Bartlett attended the Father-Son Banquet held Saturday evening at Morningside College and brought home with him his son Bill and two friends: Jim Beerman, Paulina, and Bill Jaarden, Minneapolis, Sunday the boys returned to Sioux City driving Mrs, W. A. Foster's car in which Bill will return home at the close of school year. E. B. Carlson entered St. Ann early last week for treatment of phlebitis but was rapidly recovering when this was written and hoped to be back at home by the time of printing Mr, and Mrs, Elmer Bowers Graf ton, called on the E. L. Wolcotts Sunday afternoon en- route home from Emmetsburg where they had spent the weekend in their trailer attending a gathering of Trailer fans; The Wolcotts met them in Florida a couple of years ago and last winter in Mesa, Ariz. Mr. Bow ers is a bank president at Grafton. Uon and affection. The Burgesses still call Sac City home, though spcfiditlg many months each year in Arizona. Mr*. Arthur Jatkmart drdve to Mason City Friday to meet her sister Mrs. Alice tMtsworth, who came by train from Kali- spelt, Mont.,.and Will renlaih in Aigoha f6r some time. Mrs. bitsWOrth lives at Kalispcll but spent part of the winter with her sons, Bob in Utah ahc! Dick in Texas. The VFW Post 2541 of Algona and its Auxiliary held n seven o'clock dinner meeting on Wednesday evening, May 12, at the Post hall. Joyce Schoby, past I president of the Auxiliary, installed officers in that organization for the coming year as follows: President, L o u c 11 a Wolf; Sr. Vice pros., Alia St> ven; Jr. Vice pres., Linnea Hiserodt; Treas., Ruth Block; Sec., Joyce- Schoby with Darlene 1m merfall assisting; Chaplain, Zelma Johnson; Conductress, La Vonne Goodman and assistant Lenore Kinsey; Guard, Family Shackelford with May Fitzgerald, assistant; Musicians, Helen Chamberlain, and Alta Staven; Trustees, Georgia Fitzgerald, Louise Davis, Lucille Johnson; Flag Bearer, Inez Peterson; Banner Bearer, Mary Goodman; Patriotic Instructor, Georgia ^itzgerald; Historian, Anna He- enga; Color Bearers, Lorraine vey and Becky Bfaridow, Lone tiock; EugCne firfchdtsw arid family, Algona; the Lloyd Bfah- dow family, Fort foodge; and a grandson, koger Brandow, AN goha. Unable to be pfesetit Were the Kefineth Brandows who now live at Mesa, Arizona. iw fxciriWG and stay at f ffe -KSta W. R. FRANK'S "«T IMIl MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 a.m. la 12 p.m. Dally Famous For Quality at Moderate Prices. HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace. Poolside Service. 100 LUXURY UNITS Air Conditioned with Complete. Hotel Services. Mail Coupon...ftir TREE* Color Brochure: ivhere he and his late Wife were ccustorrted to going each sum- ner. Mesdames John McGuire, George Wolf, and Louis Kelley attended a Spencer district executive meeting of WSCS held oh Monday at Spencer. All threfe women are members of the District Board. Dr. J. W. Foster, Long Beach, Calif., was a Friday overnight guest at 'the ( honie of his sister in-law, MrsV'W."7A. Foster, and went from here to visit his brother-Archie at Webster City He had driven his car from California. Sunday guests of Mrs. foster were a niece and her husband, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. letchell, of Cresco, and a nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. iarry Flower, of Oelwein. Mrs. Wes Bartlett, president of the local P;E.O. Sisterhood drove to Des Moines early yesterday to attend the State meet-" ing of that organization Wednesday through Friday. The employees of Northwestern Bell Telephone Company honored Raymond W. Anderson Saturday evening, May 15, on his completion of 40 years with the company. They held a buffet dinner at Van's Cafe which was attended by about 75 persons. Among those present were Mr. Anderson's wife, their son Jerry and his wife, and others from Algona. Also represented were Mason City, Humboldt, Alta, Spencer, Pocahontas, Fort Dodge, Bradgate, and Mt. Vernori, Iowa. The telephone company presented Ray with a 40 year pin and his friends gave him a money gift. Maurice Bartholomew Itft Thursday to drive to Kettle Falls on the Minnesota-Canadian Mr. and Mrs; Jack Spongberg and two children. left Monday n their home in Birmingham, Ala., following Ihe funeral that afternoon of his grandfather, Albin Spongberg. His parents, the Vernon Spbngbergs, of Davenport, and the Tom Thompsons, Des Moines, remained for a bit longer with their mother. Callers at the Spongberg home on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. John Spongberg and son, Milwaukee, and another nephew, Carl Spongberg, with his wife and two daughters drove down from Minneapolis on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Joynt, Emmetsburg, former Algonans and neighbors of the Spongbergs; were also here on Sunday. Mrs. M. P. Haggard entered St. Ann for treatment on Mon day of last week and is reportec doing .well. Her older daughter Mrs. Forrest Twogood, came the following day from Los An geles and will remain for a time with her mother and sis ter Barbara. Schoby, Lucille Johnson, Mildred Zeigler, Shirley Johnson. Plans were made for the annual Spanish-American Banquet o be held at the VFW Post lome on Saturday evening, June 19. $9.07 was collected at the meeting and sent to the Cancer "Hind. Helen Chamberlain won the door prize. The next meet- ng will be held on Wednesday, June 9, at 8 p.m. Fr«e Transportation (o li Aitpott, Train and But I Centers. Also Mel. Sta- I diiim. Outline Theatu Olher P6ints' Upon I For R«wrv»t!oni Writ*. Witt, or Phon« 612-336-4391 V~ » FAIR OAKS MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT < u s 'HWT es - ?<TH si AT 3RD AVE. so., MPLS., MINN. S54d4 Walter H. Brandow celebrat ed his 82nd birthday on Sunday, May 16, and his children with their families called that afternoon to help him observe i the occasion. Those present j were: Mrs. Harvey Larson, Har- PERMASTAMP • • HAND CTAMP The Rev. F. Earl Burgess, former pastor of the local Metho- list church and later Superintendent of this district, was recently highly honored for his great contribution to the Scotts- iale, Ariz., Methodist church where he and his wife have worked during many winters spent there since his retirement. Just a few weeks ago Rev. Bur- jgess was advised by letter that the official Board of the Scottsdale church had voted to name their former sanctuary, the F, Earl Burgess Hall, in acknowledgement of the great service he had given in that parish, and in testimony of their apprecia- GOAST-O-COAST 5-5432 ALGONA Never neuus an ink pad! Fast. Easy. Efficient. Can be custom ordered to meet any size, shape cr message requirement. PERMA-STAMP will reproduce colors, fine lines, small type faces, logotypes — even photos — in true, accurate detail. 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