Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1965
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Around Algona by ONIETA DIDRIKSCN Phone 295-2605 Mr. and Mrs. F. A, Bunting left last Thursday for Cass Lake and have spent the week at the Algona cottage there. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowles with their three children, Ste< ven, Thomas, and Kay arrived Sunday from Atlanta, to visit her mother, Mrs. Chas. Patter^ son. Mr. Bowles and Steven flew home Tuesday leaving the car for Mrs. Bowles who will remain for a time. Her sister's family, Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Perry, are expected from Walla Walla, Wash., soon. Frances Wright and Hatel Brooks, Eagle Grove, were guests of the Andrew Hansens from Friday to Monday. Miss Brooks is principal of an E. G. Elementary school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James at* tended Commencement at Plainfield, Minn., on June 2, when their niece, Ethel Jean Johnson, was graduated, and a reception was held for her at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rue. Other Algonans in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, former neigh- FRESHEST IN TOWN COTTAGE CHEESE : HOMOGENIZED MILK Milk is refreshment, that lasts, the pickup that keeps you picked up — your energy and spirits refreshed by milk's natural sugar, minerals and proteins. Have a glass of milk at mid-morning . . . with the kids after school ... at bedtime. Doesn't it taste good? And doesn't - it make you feel great? Drink 3 glasses every day! Milk gives us generous amounts of highest quality protein needed daily at every age. Just Call 5-2254 For Home Delivery or Pick Up Carnation Products at your Food Store LONG'S DAIRY Distributors of Carnation Fresh Milk Products (arnation 0 Milk bots. Mf< and Mr*, Jerry H«fd§rove, Charles and Julie, Toledo, came Saturday, May 29, for an ovef- night visit at the home of the Charles Mardgroves, Max and Irving Millers. There was an 'Old Neighbor*' picnic held Sunday at the Anton Becker home in St. Joe. Some nine families represented began such meetings years ago and this was the 25th picnic of the group, once neighbors in the St. Joe area who now live in Algona, Burt, Britt, Humboldt, LuVerne, Bode, and St. Joe, and take with them pot luck dinner and supper for a day of visiting once each year. The 6. ft. Cookt (eft for Leech Lake Monday morning taking their trailer which will be parked near Walker. They had taken their boat up previously and will remain there tor some time. Jane Faber, daughter of the L. C. Fabers, and a sophomore at Mankato State College slipped in a small puddle of water a few weeks ago and fell, bruising herself so badly that she was hospitalized five days at Mankato although no bones were broken. She will return home at the end of this week when the Spring term closes. Mrs. Daniel Bray flew from Fairmont on June 3 to Rosseau, Minn., near Lake of the Woods, where she is visiting her mother till the end of this week, while her daughters Betty and Pat, are at home between college and jobs. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Howe and small Rebecca, who live at Berkeley, Calif., recently spent two weeks with her parents, the G. D. Shumways, leaving Wednesday of last week. They were enroute to Cambridge, Mass., where this summer Mr. Howe will do research at Harvard toward his PhD. They will stop in Iowa again enroute back to the west coast. Mrs. Paul Benjamin of Miami, the former Alice Moline, well remembered by older residents here, attended her Class of 1915 reunion last weekend then left on Monday for the Mayo Clinic for a physical check up before returning home. Una. Mrs. Moffls, the fotftier Adele Hefbstj Was guest sdldist at the Congregational ehUfch Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Frlitedt are moving tomorrow into their new home on east McGregor, the house just east of the Congregational church which they will vacate has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puffer who have two daughters. Mr. and Mr*. William Tjadcn and son Tom, of Morton, 111., were guests of her parents, the Ralph Morgans from Wednesday to Sunday. On Saturday they all drove, to Fairbanks, Minn, and had a picnic at Ridgley Park with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peters and son Richard, of Bowervillc, and two of their daughters: Mrs. Charles Westerburg, of Long Prairie, and Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, Wadena, Minn. Also included were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton, of Lone Rock. Mrs. Peters is another daughter of the Morgans. Mrs. Don J. Merti, Grand Island, Neb., spent Monday and Tuesday at West Bend visiting her husband's relatives before leaving yesterday for home. She had come the previous Thursday and assisted her sister, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, in last preparations for the 1915 Class reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morris and children, of Chapel Hill, N. C., left Tuesday after .spending eight days with her mother, Mrs. Olive Herbst and her brother Ted's family. They went from here to Boone to visit the family of Mr. Morris for a week before returning home. Mr. Morris is Athletic Trainer and teaches Physical Education at the University of North Caro- Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud left Tuesday to drive to California. They have many friends on whom they will call enroute, then go to San Diego where they were stationed seven years while Doctor was in the Navy. They will visit his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Varnum at Laguna Hills, and see former Navy friends as they drive up the coast to San Francisco and then return via the northern route. They plan to be away six weeks and during their absence Mrs. L. C. Hansen will occupy the Aillaud home with Mrs. Aillaud's sister, Mrs. Mary Boswell, who lives with them. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson of Cottonwood, Ariz., arrived in Algona on May 28 from Minnesota where they had vacationed with friends. They were guests here of the Max Millers for two days and from here went to Ankeny where Mr. Thompson attended the 50th reunion of his high school class beforing returning home. when they operated what is now the Thuente Drug store. She lived with her mother after her father's death and cared for her until Mrs. Miller died during the past year. She was a guest at the Wade Sullivan home for a couple of days then drove to Cedar Falls to visit a cousin, planning to fly home next week. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Lounsbury and a granddaughter, Margaret Howard, Huron, S. D., arrived Friday afternoon to spend a week with their daughter, Mrs. Joe Tschettcr. Miss Howard will remain longer and Mrs. Tschetter will take her- to Minneapolis where she will attend summer school at Minnesota U. Mrs. T. C. Hutchison is going to fly from Mason City to Chicago on Saturday and there will meet her sister Ann, Mrs. Mel Peterson, from Los Angeles and they will continue by jet to London for a tour of several European countries. While away they hope to find some of the Hutchison relatives in Ireland. Botli Ted and Tom Hutchison were here for Memorial Day but are coming again tomorrow to take their mother to Mason City and sec her off. On return the women will visit their sister Jean at Louisville, Ky., and perhaps Betty's family, the Tom Krauses, will by then have returned from Korea for a te rm of duty in Washington, D. C. Geoigia Rawson, former Algona girl, was accompanied by a friend, Lela Kelley, when she came from Evanston for her high school class reunion last weekend. Georgia, now retired, spent many years in the Advertising business. She and Miss Kelley are leaving next week by jet plane for a six weeks tour of the Scandanavian countries. Mr. and Mrs. George Baier, Salina, Kans., visited the latter's brother, Robert Harrison, northeast of Algona, and many old friends while here last weekend for Mrs. Baier's Class reunion. She is the former Mamie Harrison. They went from here to Wisconsin, then into northern Michigan, and south to Louisville, Ky., where her sister Hazel, Mrs. C. W. Christensen lives. She and her husband recently celebrated their golden wedding. They also plan to visit Mrs. August Baier who lives now Vivien M. Miller, San Marino, Calif., came .by, jjlaneJi'rjday to Fort Dodge "where "sine* rented a car and drove to Algona. She attended her Class of 1915 celebration over the weekend, spent Tuesday with Emmets burg friends, and looked after farm interests in Kossuth. She is the younger daughter of the R. H. Millers who lived on Call street in a nursing home at AHon, til. Her deceased husband, Dr. Baier, was also a member of the Class of 1915. George retired in 1959 after working many years in the offices of Swift and Co., who transferred him from Algona to Salina. His sister Elizabeth lives in Mason City. The Balers have two sons and a daughter and seven granddaughters. A Committal Service was held at Rivcrvicw Cemetery Tuesday afternoon for Harvey'Moore of Owatonna, Minn., whose widow, the former Carrie Grose, is a cousin of Mrs. Hans Johannscn, of Wavcrly. The Johannscns came for the service and remained overnight with Han's sister at Whittcmorc. Mrs. Harold Parsley, daughter of the D. L. Lcffcrts, drove here Tuesday from Harrington, 111. Her daughter Pat, who was graduated from high school this week, and Mr. Parsley flew to Sioux City following Commencement and Mrs. Parsley will go there tomorrow to pick them up and will see his parents briefly at Salix where they have been visiting. They will return to Algona to host the Golden Wedding of her parents on Sunday, having made most of the arrangements by letter. Parsleys will leave for home on Monday to supervise the packing of their furniture to be sent to Japan. They and their daughter will leave by plane on June 18, and after a day spent with Harold's brother in California will continue by jet stopping over for a couple of days on Honolulu where they will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. They plan to remain for at k ast three years in Tokyo where Mr. Parsley will manage a newly constructed plant for his company. The Harold Erpelclings, Lexington, Neb., spent Memorial Day here and left their two older daughters, Becky and Jane here with their grandparents, the Lyle Steeles and John Er- peldings, and other relatives. Steeles left Wednesday morning to take the girls back to Lexington and will return to Algona tomorrow. Recent overnight guests of Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Storck, of Wash- ngton, with their two sons, Doug and Dave. They had made ALGONA ()<»«•) At>VANCl~i THURSDAY, JUNi Id, IMS a business trip to Sioux City and stopped here Friday evening eft route home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibson, Omaha, came Sunday for an overnight visit with the latter's mother, Mrs. Marie Ogren. Jictmirat Imperial DUPLEX 19 No-Defrosting Freezer-Refrigerator MODEL ND1956 SPACIOUS NEW ADMIRAL DUPLEX® ONLY 35%' WIDE-FITS IN THE SAME SPACS AS YOUR PRESENT REFRIGERATOR! e 18.7 cu. ft. of space in a single cabinet just 3554* wide! • Full-size 12.1 cu. ft. No-Defrosting refrigerator,' full-size, full-length 232K-lb. No-Defrosting freezer! e Four full-width freezer shelves, glide-out basket! e Four freezer door shelves, double juice and soup can dispenser! • Four refrigerator shelves—three that glide out! e Fruit basket, egg basket, meat keeper, 24-qt. crisper! e Three door shelves; two butter keepers, cheese keeper! • New thinwall construction, super-efficient foam insulation! Choice of four colors. 35%" w., 64 3 /f 6 " h., 26 H" d. 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