Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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Around Algona by ONlif A DIDRIKSEN Phone 295-2605 Mr». Jen* Sorensen, who had minor surgery performed recently at St. Ann was released A week ago Tuesday from the hospital and is recuperating at her home. Mr*. Chat, Simmon* and daughter JoAnn drove here from Manchester on Thursday to visit her parents, the Don Nelsons and daughter's family, the Jerry Cowans, Mr. Simmons oltied them on Saturday and icy went home Sunday. JoAnn s getting about on crutches with a cast on her foot after reaking several bones In a fall rom a skate board at her class icnic, Mrs, tern Thompson came Tuesday from Des Moines and s remaining through this week This announcement if neither an offer to itll nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any of thei« securities, Thit offer it made only by the rVojpectui. A New Issue June I. 1965 1,000,000 SHARES Peter Piper Packers, Inc. LeMars, Iowa Common Stock No Par Valu* Price $2.00 Per Share Copies of the prospectus m«y be obtained from th. Underwriter or iti aulhorited representative!. ItN.BICKERT Algona, Iowa *. - •.:.. _ Master Securities Co. 416 Commerce Building Sioux City, Iowa . ' Author!ied\ Representative Offered to Iowa Residents Only. with her mother, pongberg. Mrs. Albin Rev, and Mr*. Boyd Grantow and three children, New Ulm, Minn., visited his parents, the Albert Granzows, Friday and Saturday of the first week in lune. The Bob McCulloughs met their son Bruce at the Des Moines airport last week Wednesday where he had flown from Maine after completing his year at a prep school. At a family picnic held Sunday evening, June 6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel were their sons, Jim, Jerry and his wife, Bob and his family, also Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft, their son John with his wife and daughter Debbie, of Ledyard, also their daughter Gretchen, who had just returned from Neenah, Wis., where she has been teaching. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison Mrs. Chas, ttansen and all of Algona. Also Mf, attd Mrs. Clarence Casey and family* Lu- Verne; with Mr. and Mrs. tewis filler and son Brad, HumbWdt. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. C. Yeoman .eft early on Wednesday of last week for Denver to attend the high school graduation of the granddaughter Joan, daughter of the Merle Yeomans. Mrs. Hugh Colwtll has had members of her family visit her recently. Her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods, of Barnum, were here last week one day. On Sunday her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mill, of Port Dodge, were guests and also on Sunday her daughter's family, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Banwart and children stopped in while enroute home from Clear Lake where they had vacationed. Vicki, 12-year old daughter of the Jerry Andersons, fell on her right hand while at play two weeks ago and it was found later that four bones were broken so she is now carrying that arm in a cast for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer of Fort Meyers, Fla., were guests at the Albert Granzow home from Wednesday to Saturday of last week. They had flown to Kansas City where their son, Dr ast weekend while his parents, the Gary Schichtls, of Britt,, at- :cnded a wedding at Oetwcin. 3ary left Monday to enroll for ten weeks of summer school at Drake doing graduate work, but his wife and son arc remaining at Britt. Gary, who teaches in, the Britt high school, received his BA at Upper Iowa, and holds a Master's degree from the State University. Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, Bar- tolsville, Okla., were in Algona last Thursday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley. Mrs. Reid is the former Evelyn Hodges and still owns the place cast of town where her parents lived and is low tenanted by the Les Fox lovens. From here the Reids drove to Illinois where they vis ted his father. The Algona VFW and Auxil iary held a joint dinner meeting at the Hall on June 9. Hosts recently from Rochester, her tfesent home, giving some news of her family. Lucile, who graduated from Algona high school n 1934, their eldest daughter, is Mrs. Arthur W. Lindslcy, of DCS Moines and the mother of three children, Terrence, Thomas, and Sarah. Terrence, who attended Dowling high entered the Immaculate Conception Seminary at Conception, Mo., and was graduated there last month. During the spend some summer time in he will the East With the Glenmary Home Missionaries working in the Ap- plachain Region. Then in the all he plans to complete his joiirse at Dubuque, but is await- ng Bishop's orders. The second son, Thomas, will be a senior at Dowling this fall and Sarah attends the St. Theresa Grade School. The Lindsleys will celebrate their 25tn wedding anniversary on June 26. Mr. and Mrs. Bode reached their 49th anniversary last winter, an event which they always celebrate with the Robert Sar- chetts of Burt who were married on the same day, and they recently entertained the Sar chetts in observance • of the ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCl— THURSDAY, JUNE 17, IMS event. Then on June 3, the Sar-for a time. chetts left by plane for Dayton and Fairborn, Ohio, where they are spending a month with their sons, David and Robert Jr. The Louis Bodes now live at 724 llth Ave. N.E., Rochester. After ten days at St. Ann following a fall, Mrs. Nellie McCall was dismissed on Sunday afternoon and taken by her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Griffith, to their home at Atlantic, where she will remain WHEN YOU BUY "HIS" Cake 0 Homemade Bread • Pies • Rolls • Cookies Baked Beans • Potato Salad AT Finn's Bakery ALGONA ed on to Garner, Mason City, and Austin, visiting relatives went to Storm Lake last week-, Floyd sawyer, is practicing, and end for a wedding, then contin- he brought them to Nevada, to ued on to Kansas City to visit the home of their daughter, their daughter Nancy's family, phyilis New. They drove the he Norman Newtons. New car here and then contin- Mrs. Arthur Jackman end her ister, Mrs. Alice Ditsworth, of I ^ friends'before returning to Calispell, Mont., who is visiting Nevada, ler, left Thursday to drive to Madison, Wis., to visit the for- Bm jordoff, ton of the Wilmer's son-in-law and daughter, liam Tordoffs, recently complet- Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Chosy. While ed , his j unior year at Morning- there the Chosys will take them side college and is remaining in to DeKalb, 111., where they will sioux city during the summer, visit old friends and relatives Wh ii e working there he contin- then return to Madison by bus ues to Uve in the co ii e ge dormi and hostesses were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoby, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, Mrs. Alta Steven, Mrs. Jessie Elmore, Dewain DeRoos and Tony Schmidt. Following the meal each group had its separate business session with 25 women present at the Auxiliary meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Roethler was initiated as a new member. Plans were completed for the annual Spanish American Veterans' Banquet to be held at the Post here on June 19. It was decided to again sponsor a foreign student for Algona. The Cancer Fund collection was $6.28. Door prize went to May Fitzgerald. and drive pected to days. on be home. They ex- away about ten Jane Faber came home last week Wednesday from Mankato State College and resumed work Monday in the office of Dr. L. I. Strohman where she had assisted last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roch- leau hosted a family dinner on Sunday, June 13 at the Call State Park Shelter House. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Odel Eller and son Earl; Mr. and Mrs. John Eller Jr.; and son, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eller and son; Mr. and Recent guests at the Gerald Rochleau farm home were Gerald's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harmon, of Shevlin Minn., who stopped while en route home from Davenport Mrs. Rochleau's aunt, Mrs. San Medin, was also there for short time last week. She came from Woman Lake with the Wai ter Bleichs who remained a their farm home only a coupl of days before returning to the Lake and Mrs. Medin also visited her son Russell's -family at Whittemore. Guests several days last week f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ben choter were the latter's cous ns, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson o Salt Lake City who came here rom Nauvoo, 111. where the; topped first. During their visi Mrs. Benschoter also entertain ed other members of her fam ly, the Olsens, and they went t Mason, City to visit her brother Mrs. Louis Bode, a forme Advance correspondent, wrot Going somewhere? Get your car trip-shape at Sinclair See your neighborhood Sinclair Dealer-he's the first stop for the last word in car care. Have him give'^ypu complete service for a care-free trip, including ah oil change, an expert lubrication, and a free Safety- Check of /ital parts. Qrive in at the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. Drive out trip-shape! C//t/*A*J/j &IHIrlUH I Hilton's Sinclair Service 295-3654 State & Jones Streets Algona I IT'S HAY TIME One LUNDELL OFFSET CHOPPER Does 4 Big Farm Jobs! Here's hew yew get fXrHA-DUTV Service... 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Gladys Gockley, San Diego, Who Jias^been-yisiting in Illinois an'd~ at St'. Louis, and Myrrl Maxfield, of Idlewild, Calif., who has attended an alumni gathering at the State University, both returned to Algona Monday. Near the end of this week they will start back to the West Coast accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman of Sun City who came to Iowa with them and have been guests at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Don Smith Sr. They will make several stops enroute, as they did on the way here and expect to arrive home about July 1. 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