Charity Ball

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Charity Ball  - GOOD PROGRAM PUNNED FOR CHARITY BALL H:^ .ij...
GOOD PROGRAM PUNNED FOR CHARITY BALL H:^ .ij Eleven girls were nominated ^; !ast week for queen of the · na Charity Ball, it was announced announced by Queen Chairman M. J. Mowers. A tie in nomination · lots for the tenth nomination re. suited in an extra entry this year. Voting will take place the night of the Charitv Ball and winner will be introduced during the latter part of the evening. I All II of the girls are pictured elsewhere in today's paper. The girls nominated and short sketches sketches of each are as follows: Jean Balgeman -- daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Balgeman. West Bend: 22 years old; employed employed at Dr. Julius Winkel's office since October. Sandra Jean Hudson -- fol- | !fL-Ijf- M fo *"tr^^ *£* W .if2i" and Ihen eat aY teleo'hone offiL in pre- f . ouice since last Ju- of Rev. they served i $Se~*fiia£"~~ ~* Ann '· ter ot Mr - and Mrs - Charles Har___----. j vey: 23- years old; employed office for 1 * TC v ^ ars ;,, daughter of ;^TM« 9 ^»«£2S£/i ; Security State Bank since Feb. and Shirley Willey -- daughter of Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey, gona: 13 years old; employed Og- P hon * office since last April. ' f. " Fi ^f ~ daughter of Mr. Algona: 19 employed in Algona Moi- hjgh schoo! superintendent's of- fice past 2 vea£ a car _, _ Karen Karen Downey -- daughter and Mrs, Joe Downey. 18 years old: student at Sona high school. " Marlene Gade -- daughter of back Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade. n a: 13 years old: student at Des gona high school. Beverly St. John -- daughle/ home on of Mrs. Carrie St. John. staying 13 vears old: student at Sun- high school. Algona Brayton -- daughter of Carol Schilmoeller -- daughte. of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoei- ;er. Algona: 20 years old: employed at ASC office since last Mc-anv.-hile plans are be:n^ completed for the ball and variety variety program which will tak place in the Algona high schoo' auditorium and avm next Tues dav evening. April 12. Jess Geoige. chairman of th con-.rn:ttee on patrons ( f u n -cr.edule . m^ committee), reports water " ' tnbutions are coming m be in 'and should accumulate to a ha* j - t a n t i a l total bv ; ! Orville Wicks, chairman of't'r. 01 comm;tlee on decorations, sa-. , . . ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^rj.iorcri . D U - tnat there w:!i b- several nov- twists this vear with the Group. . Observer Corp, theme being ir, corpora ted ir. the detoralions Tiic- hour Ions variety progra-- . in the auditorium "rx-cmninj; r' 13 p.n. will include the Bertc metric gu.tar trio, selected v« .croup? from tit- higr. schoo! ar.^. , icaderrcv. Dick Palmer m a i orous parody on the waltz, ar. other talent. Crowning of the new Chai.t i Ball Queen will be one of olt /Highlights of the evening of r . -siderable 1(«:al mter«st. a day Xo tickets are sold for the Sranr. and ball; and proceeds -~- 0 -^'Sona Charities Inc. \vh:'- provides needc-d medical. d«-r. and surgical attention for ch. cren in the community who not otherwise receiving heip a- necessary attention. G f n t ;·· j chairman of the Charity Bail i - , f ' 8re draw " n / rwn lhe K l w a n i s ' Rf a ' a r y ' and Lions^clubs

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 29 Mar 1955, Tue,
  3. Page 19

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