Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
Page 11
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Mr. and Mr*. Ch«t.r Sehoby, weekend by the latter's son Ro< of Kansas mr. ana MM. cnettor Scheby . Weekend by the lattei were visited over the Memorial' bert Hicks and family NOTICE I am now in the GENERAL CONTRACTING BUSINESS all types of carpentry services. • Homes and Cabinets a Specially We have Aluminum Doors and Windows PLUS Vent Air Awnings. KEITH ROWLEY "ROWLEY BUILDERS & SUPPLY" Phone 295-5323 ;> * ALGONA, IOWA 6R0W BI6 AND STRON6 BY DRINKIN6 FRESH CONSOLIDATED MILK EVERY DAY. City, Mo. Mf», A, J. Eatert ipint Satur. day at forest City with her son- in-law atitl daughter Mr. attd Mrs. Erwiri Ogiahd and children. Furteril services were held ert Saturday at Britt for Mrs. June Carsofl, former teacher in the Algeria system until about two years ago. She went to California for a time where two sons and their families lived, Drs. Dick Carson and Tom Carson, the former at San Diego and the other near there; Sons James of Aurora, 111.,.and .Joh.nJ» Wisconsin, made up her family. Mrs. Car* son's husband Dean died several years ago and their home was at Britt. Mrs, Carson taught here five years and recently her brother John bought a retirement home at Phoenix, Ari?... wbr-re he had been living and Mrs. Carson bought one near him. Death was caused by a coronary thronv bosis following minor throat surgery. The four sons and their families were present at the rites and many friends went from here. Services were held a! 1:30 with the Boughton funeral home in charge. Don McBride came this week from Abelene, Tex., where he is attending college. He will spend the summer with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBride. Early in June the McBrides will visit relatives at Centralia, Mo., and Mrs. McBride's mother Mrs. Sallie Roberts who has purchased a home there. She taught at Glidden for some time and after retirement was a frequent visit-, or here. She spent the winter with the McBrides. Marlene Hulstein, third gride. teacher, will be leaving Saturday for her home at Orange City, and will spend,the summer with her parents. She will return in, the fall. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Huttell were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Clark Melton, of Linden. Willie Steinman .has returned from Long Beach, Calif., where he has been the past few months. His sister Mrs. Willard Salisbury lives there. Mr. Salisbury is with the navy and at present is on duty at sea. Mr. and Mrs. .George Sefrit spent Sunday at Colo with relatives. Ruth Tuttle, of Des Moines, was guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Sefrit last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge spent the weekend at Waterloo with Mr. ^and Mrs. Don Craft, former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook came Saturday from Webb and took the latter's sister Mrs. Esther Barton home»with,, them for tl\e weekend. Sunday the Cooks and Mrs. Barton went to Quimby for Memorial observances. Mrs. Dora Will and Mabel Leason went to Estherville on Thursday, May 27 to attend the graduation of Mrs. Will's nephew Robert Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were recently visited by their grandson and wife Mr. and Mrs. James Steven, of Minneapolis. Glenn Strayer has recently visited his son Dick and family at Amarillo, Tex., making the SELL WITH CONFIDENCE --BUY WITH PRIDE 'Con Lands Board off Realtors" 1985 MACKOVCTS AGENCY R, W, Mackovets FARM Multiple Listing Service Uniform Listing Forms — State Approved Complete Cooperative Service Realtors subscribing to a rigid CODE OF ETHICS In Business to Serve You ROLFE— G, FRED SMITH EMMETSBURG— JAMES BISENIUS WEST BENDA, E.PERTL ALGONA— PAUL M. Sif Lf Y ARMSTRONG— ELMiUDUCOMMUN PATRICK Of LANiY WARRiN WILSON HUMBOLPT— DONN PHILLIPS OAUE S. COFFIN "See Your Realtor In W Mtotw if MM Ucal, Had aid National feanlafRaaltw "IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH A REALTOR" FARM * TOWN REALTY Francis j s Kqpriva POCAHONTAS FARM MOT. Bert C.Hanson H, fc. Yoewm James H. -Fitzgerald, trip both ways via plSfie. Sittce then he has been ftt Park hos< pital, Mason City, for treatment of a hefve ailrnefit. Thl§ is \the fourth treatment He has had arid improvement has beeft noticed. Mr, and Met. Oivld MeDtn- aid. of Omaha, Neb., Spent the weekend with the former's mother Mrs. Herbert Haas and brother and sister-ifi-Iaw Mr. Shd Mrs. Garry McDonald. Mr, and Mrs, Oltnn Strayer spent Sunday at LliV^rhe and after Memorial observances a family pot-luck dinner was held at Mr. and Mrs. William Centner's. , , / ; Mrs, Chris Long was visited Memorial day by her son Gletm and family, of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Erman Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson were guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Young at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Hagg had as guest Sunday Emil Hagg, of Adel. Mrs. Veronica Roethler • had her son Harold and family of Livermore as dinner guests on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slobe, have moved into the Finn apartment on South Jones street. The apartment was vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reidel who have moved into their new home in the Robinson addition: Rick Slobe who has boon attending the university at'Ames, is home for the summer and is employed at the Country Club. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hut chison, James Andreason, Russell Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott, are attending the lawyers chautauqua Thursday and Friday at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. James Andreason have had as guest the latter's brother David who has been teaching at Laniont but will be at Humboldt in the fall. The Andreasons spent the weekend at Sheldon with_Mr.s. Andreason's parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kimmel. Mr. and Mrs. Verne McCltire and family spent the weekend at Thayer with the former's par ents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Me Clure. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman spent Saturday and Sunday at Maxwell with Mrs. Stillman's cousin Anna Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk had as guests Sunday the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. George Weir, of Xtedar, -Rapids.'-! ft csrv« m i Mr. and Mrs. H M. Smith were visited Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Rpbert Reillihan of Cedar Falls and five daughters, and Mary Cullen, of Ft. Dodge. The Rellihan family is going to Deland, Fla. where Mr. Rellihan is to attend summer school. He is a history professor at Cedar, Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cullen and three sons of Michigan City, Ind. stopped here en route to Sheldon. They made the trip via private plane. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Strait spent Sunday at Emmetsburg with the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. H. Morling. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent Sunday at Washta. Mr. and Mrs. W, P. French, Mr. and Mrs; Fred Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMahon; Dr. and Mrs. R G. Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck spent the weekend at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson, former Al- gonans who are operating a motel there, Eugene Cavanaugh, heir of the late Mrs. Cavanaugh, has sold her home to Mrs. Berger of Ventura who will be moving in soon, Mr. Cavanaugh lives at Ft. Dodge. Sh*i|« Sullivan came from Madison, Wis., to spend the weekend with her parents and brother-in-law and sister Mr, and Mrs, Wade Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs, W, B. MacDonald. Mri, i, H, Trupke came Monday from Carroll for a visit of AL66NA (lows) ADVANCE-a THURSDAY* JUNi 3, 1965 Honor Society Therese Bradley has been named to Kappa Gamma Pi, national honor society for Catholic women's colleges which recognizes scholarship, leadership and service, during a recent convocation held at The College of St. Catherine. She is a daughter of the Walter J. Bradleys, 'Algona, and a senior majoring ,in sociology at St. Catherine's: She graduated with a B.A. degree May. 31. a week with her son and daugh- :er-in-law Mr. and Mrs.. ;Don Trupke. Mr, and Mrs. Dean Taylor were visited last week Tuesday by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zielske who were 1 en-whb are" in Mrs; Johnson's 'A p- Kentucky in "child ""• t " t " 1 ------- "-' ...... •X'! route to Yale to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chant- lane!, former Algonans, spent the weekend hero with friends and came to see Mrs. Cliant- tand's father Karl Toothman at the Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Chantland is employed at Webster City and Mr'. Chantland works in Jewel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson were visited over the Memorial weekend by their grandsons Reed and Mark, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Kent R.yerson, of Norwalk. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent, of Dei? Moines, were weekend guests of the former's sister Mrs. ,Joe Lowe and the latter's sister Helen Dingley. Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith came to visit with Mrs. Nell Me- Call over the Memorial weekend. The Griffiths live at Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor have, been visited by Mrs. Ray Ward, of Long Beach, Calif'., and have been at I.akota to visit with the Richard Ziclskes, relatives of. the.Herbert.Zielskes of Lake Mills. Vivian Miller is coming to attend the 1915 class reunion on June 5 and 6 and will be house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan. Her home is at San Marina,-Calif. Dr. and Mrs. N. Kelley had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Finn of Harlan. The women are sisters. Sue Kelley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Norbert Kelley, spent the weekend in Algona. She returned to Lexington, Ky. where she will spend ten days giving instructional work to teachers palachaln program for underprivileged children of pro-school age. The teachers will return to their respective communities and start the program after the session, She will teach -a summer session at the university of The Willis . hid a* guests last weekend the Joe Wahrers, Des Moines; Other cal* lers were the tlenry Marrs, of Sank Centre, Minn, flnd'the Larry Thorns, Oklahoma City, Okla. Printing Will don* and fairly priced Office forms and printed pieces of §11 kinds — cards to catalogs •pprtciated ADVANCE PUBLISHING COMPANY FAT LAMB MARKET Iff you have Fat Lambs To Sell Call: CLARENCE CARLSON Phone 379-1426 or 379-1244 AT THE LIVERMORE BUYING STATION Our Buyer will visit your farm. We also provide a daily market for Hogs, Fat Cattle, & Cows THE RATH PACKING CO. WATERLOO, IOWA OUR CELEBRATED SUMMER COME AND GET 'EM! THEY'RE NEW AND THEY'RE YOURS AT KING-SIZE SAVINGS;! Special purchases from leading makers' plus big reductions on our regular stocks make this sensational: summer event, possible! Flattering 1, 2 and 3-pc.' styles (many wearing your favorite fashion labels) are here. Last day Saturday at these 'reduced prices. Jr. Petltes; 3-11 Misses, 8:20 Juniors, 5-15 Womens, Uy> CHARGE IT and SA VE, too . .'. S&L CONVENIENCE?" You put your finger on it I What do you do when you want to talk to a friend, or place an order, or make an appointment? Why, you simply spin a dial a few times and your telephone puts you in touch with the one, you want to reach ,,, quickly, surely, almost eff9rtlessly! Day or night, convenience is a handy telephone, Northwestern Bell in Iowa

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