Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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3—AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, Wins top prize GARY KELLEY won the grand award with his oil painting, "Apprehension," in the Sidewalk Art Show which was held June 11. On the left is Lloyd Herfindahl, Albert Lea, judge of the show. A junior at State Teachers college, Gary is studying commercial art. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Kelley, and a graduate of Algona high school. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Mr. and Mrs. John Levy plan to spend the weekend at Austin, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Levy and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Schwartz. Linda Tague, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tague, was graduated this spring from the university at Iowa City and in August will go to Modesto, Calif., where she will teach physical education in the school system there. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel have been spending a few days with the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Capesius at their rural home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken went to Humboldt Sunday to see Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Torgc- son. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson are being visited by their son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rube and little son Bobbie, of Keansberg, N. J, They have also visited at the parental Rollin Rube's at Sheffield. Mr. Rube is in service and the family will leave for New Jersey the middle of the week. -, Mrs. Kenneth Kickbush and her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Punk have had as guests a few days Mrs. Ed Magen of Guttenberg, her daughter Annette Ilagen, of Now York City and Mrs. Burdette Hagen. IJnda and David, of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau spent Saturday at Leon with Mrs. Ruena Vinlcn. : Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau, have gom to Baton Rogue, La., whore he is attending the university. This fall he will be teaching history and science at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reilly are leaving, June 17 from Perry to visit until Aug. 3 at San Diego with their son Robert Jr. and family. There are three grandchildren, Robert Jr. is sunervis- or at the Convair plant. The son Jerry and his wife whom they had hoped to see will be in San de Migiel Guanagustro, Mexico whe^re he will be working on Ins doctor's degree. He teaches Spanish and has spent some time abroad and has completed his master's degree in art. His To Montana Wesley — Jeanne Nelson, daughter of the Clarence Nelsons, Wesley, will leave by plane June 21 for Missoula, Mont. Miss Nelson is participating in a \ ten weelc: work-study program. She will spend the first few days in, an orientation period at the University of Montana in preparation for work at the state training school and hospital for retarded children at Boulder. She will return to her home August 21. She was a sophomore at Briar Cliff college in Sioux City. wife is the former Betsey Me- Connell. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider, their daughter Mrs. Charles Hartwig and Randy, of Ka'na- wha, Mrs. August Schmidt and Linda have returned from Illinois where they went on vacation. The Schneiders and Mrs. Hartwig visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Simon at Jolict and Mrs. Schmidt visited the Fred Schneiders at Braidwood, 111. Sunday June 6 the Paul Schneiders went to Hersher to attend the confirmation of Rachel Heller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heller, former Algon- ans. Rachael is a granddaughter of Mrs. Boa Baldwin. Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Milder, Mr. INTRODUCING DOES more than paint removers PROMISE I R«mov«« Paint, Varnish AND Stain BIX STRIPPER is brand new from the developers of the famous BIX Process of Furniture Stripping and has been proved through years of practical experimentation. BIX STRIPPER never gums up or requires scraping. In other words, it does the work...not you, Only one application will remove many coats of paint—also removes stain (without bleaching). 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Jim was located at Washington dur- ing his war service. There are also friends they will visit at Various eastern places. Mrs. Harold Lamprlght returned .Sunday from I)enver, Colo., where she had visited her son Bob and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison are at Kansas City, Mo. visiting with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newton and family. Leo Steven, Keith Strayer and Boh De\ine are at Ames this week attending a custodial school Pvt. Lloyd Schilmoeller was recently home for a week from Fort Hood, Tex., and from here went to San Francisco, thence to Korea. His parents have received no further word as yet as to his exact location. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schilmoel- lor. of Mason City, arc parents of their first child, a daughter Julie Anne born June 11. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fickbohm, Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Glfbwt Hargreaves and Mr .and Mrs. Ralph iBl* bert have beefi visited by Mr. and Mrs. John Hafgfeaves, of Fredericksberg, Md. They went from here to Omaha to visit Mr and Mrs. E. W. Anderson. Mrs. El bert and Mrs. Anderson are sisters of the Messrs. Hargreaves. Mrs. Dennis Goeders and her granddaughter Mrs. Chester Smith, nee Linda Falkenhainer, have been here from Independ* ence, Mo., visiting with relatives and friends. Linda is a daughter of the former Jeanette Goeders Falkenhainer, and a niece of Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson, of Murray, Utah. James Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.^o Steven, was graduated last April from the Dunwoody Industrial school in Minneapolis, taking a course in carpentry. He is employed in Minneapolis and is married. Mf. and Mrs, Howard Stephenson have been spending a few weekends at Big Spirit Lake but Howard returns in time for the Little League games. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson are being visited this week by the latter's mother Mrs. Elmer Christian, of Emmons, Minn. Mrs. Alex Dermand spent Tuesday at Fort Dodge with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mess Ramert. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson were at Albert Lea, Minn. June 6 to attend the open house held in honor of the 89th birthday of Mrs. S. T. Christian, at Albert Lea. The honoree is grandmother of Mrs. Olson. Mary Ann and Jane Cole, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs- Dale Cole, are home with the parents, Mary Ann for the summer and Jane till July 1. Mary Ann has been teaching in the Hampton school system and Jane is a sophomore at the Mankato State college, Minn. July 1 she is leaving for Ephraim, Wis.> and will be employed at a resort. Mr. and Mrs. James Elmore have recently had as guests the latter's sons and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harbours and Ann, and Eugene Harbours, of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Harms took their son Tom, 5, to Mason City Friday. He has been under the care of Dr. Adams since birth for correction of a club foot and his progress' is remark* able. In a short time the foot will be normal. Mrs. Don Johnson, nee Elvie Vera, is leaving Thursday for her home at Phoenix, Ariz., af- ter a visit here with her mother Mrs. Frank Vera and brother and. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. fed Vera, of Buffalo Center. They spent from last week Saturday till Thursday at the Vera cottage at the Okobojis. Sunday Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Veffi at' tended a Johnson family feun> ion at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson's, brother and sister-in-law of Dont. Don's parents also live near Phoenix and will return home with their daughter-in-law who brought them with her. Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff are being visited by the latter's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Eckstein i Salem, Ore. Cathy Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Steele, will begin a secretarial job in Minneapolis with Northwest Airlines June 28. 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