VFW Auxiliary holds meeting, towel shower Tho VFW Auxiliary hold tlioir July meeting on July 12 at «:00 p.m. at the VFW Hall. Joan Diamond presided as president in the absence of Pauline Bait. Officers are as follows: Jr. Vice, Alta Steven; Treasurer, Mary Goodman; Secretary, Kathcrine Voigt; Asst. Sec., Joyce Schoby; Chaplain, Anna Larson; Conductress, Luclla Wolf; Assl. Conductress, Shirley Johnson; Guard, Emily Shackclford; Assl. Guard. Ellen Evcrs; Trustees, Lucilh Johnson and Luella Wolf; 3- Year, Lorraine Schoby; Flag Bearer, Darlecn Immerfa.ll; Patriotic Instruction, LaVon Goodman; Banner Bearer, Mildred Zeigler; Historian, Anna Hille'gna; Color Bearers, Linnca Hisurodl, Zelma Johnson, Botty Hoover and Lorraine Schoby; Dinner Chrm, Ellen Evers; Asst., Myrtle Etherington; Musician, Helen Chamberlain and Assl. Mta Steven. Members brought tea towels for the "tea towel shower" which added to the auxiliary 1 ?, depicted supply. Reports on the department convention were given by Lorraine Schoby. There was a Silver March with the proceeds directed to the Cancer Fund. Marie O'Brien won the door prize. Lunch was served following the joint meeting. New pool at West Bend opened Sunday The West Bend municipal swimming pool opened Sunday, July 30, and featured free swimming from 2:00 p.m. until dark. Festivities began with cutting of the ribbon at 3:00 p.m. and then the West Bend swimming pool queen PICTURED is Sherry Klink- siok Schaumbcrg, daughter of the Ervin Klinksicks, Ledyard-Lakota. Last week's Advance had an incorrect identification. She was graduated from Mankato State college July 15 with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and minor in music. She will teach this fall in Belle Plaine, Minn. was crowned. Candidates were Jocly Schneider, Debbie Profiling. Linda Thatcher, Nancy I'Yeidcn, Linda Bonnstctter, Sally Klichclxe, Sue Montag, Janet Montag. Jcanctte Vernia, Patty Berninghaus and Diane Shcllhammer. Free entertainment followed the coronation. The evening program consisted of an exhibition of flying model airplanes, the West Bend and Garrigan baseball game, and fireworks. The program was free and sponsored by the West Bend Chamber of Commerce. The town of West Bend contributed $66,000 to finance the building of the pool in October of 1965. The Chamber appointed a swimming pool committee including Glen Shcllhammer, chairman, Bud Horky, Louis Schacffcr, Paul Anliker, Lyle Dodd and A. E. Peril. This committee worked with the town council in acquiring an engineer and, in working out the size and details of the pool. The town then staged a community drive which raised the balance WEEN COLONIAL AIR CONOmONING F.EAT.UR.ING: • Gas Conversions • Kohler Fixtures • Myers Pumpt R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3234 THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF ... Cpl. Delberl Fosnaugh EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9 — 5 Monday through Friday Saturday 9 — 12 A.M. . . Sunday 1 — 5 P.M. A NEW CONCEPT IN FAMILY VACATIONS 1 '...as low as »5°°aDAY VAGABOND VILLAGE On Beautiful Potato Lake... Park Rapids, Minn. NORTHWfST S FINEST LUXURY TRAILER RESORT If sari racititiff t H*«Ud Swimming foolt Tfnni» Courts « Chil0rtn'» courts ? sij«ni«- rtf f MinuMMrt Coll Course i Archery i«n«« Color TV loung* t * indoor Shul»itt>o»rcJ « Sandy »»»ch t ,fo.»i ' 9- K/VCr.S 1 AT VAUAIIONU VlUMiK • C<ini|ili>ii> nr iwrlial (railfr l\uok-u|« • Coin- npciatrd l.titmlry (iu'ilttifH nn<1 drying yitril f ICT i-ulN-K. Chiirnwl. Cigarcllc »ml Spit Drink Von.lur- f I'tiblic Hcxlropm Ftcilili*> t Cc rannr 'I ih-.l Slmwcni t I'iniic T*blw • Chir ru.il (.nils FOR I£SEIV»TIQ*J mini 7JJ J«4 MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE — f*IH 0*H5 MOIQ« HOTEL — JJ» 4}|1 mmmmmmmmmmmmm * VAGABOND VIIU6E • FtIK UflOI. ^IM«. * nd 'oloi txochuij »nd i)\t card. i (I NAMI . .. ______________ 0 of $13,000 in costs. Contract was let August 27.' If)fi6 to the FV.'n..' Construction Co., Esthcrville. They began work March 27, 1967. the pool is L-shaped and Olympic sized (75 x 45') and (35 x 45'). It encompasses 4S00 square feet of swimming area. Pool manager is Lyle Dodd and lifeguards are Cindy Jones, Cathy Larson, Jane Mikes and Frank Johnson. •LOCALS- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gagen, Michael, Michelle, and Mark, of Cheyenne, Wyo., spent a few clays-in the T. James Palmer home. They also spent part of their vacation in the home of Mr. Gagen's parents at Theinsville, Wis. Mr. Gagen works as a forester for the state of Wyoming. Mrs. Palmer recently returned from Cheyenne after a visit with the Gagens. Mrs. Gagen is the former Marilyn Palmer. The ladies bridge association of the Algona Country club mc*t on Wednesday, July 20 with Mrs. Mel Bay as hostesses. Winners were Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. W. K. Jlawcott and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. Wednesday, August 2 the ladies bridge association will havo lunch followed by bridge \.ith Mrs. W. E. Ilawcoitt as hostess. Mrs. James Walker was recently at Aklen visiting with relatives, among them several sisters and families. Mrs. Kate Wegener was recently visited by her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan of Knoxville. Dinner guests Sunday, July 23 of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lauman, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lauman of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fisher of Grenada, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher of Corwitih, Mr. and Mrs. George FiShe*- of Whitehall, Minn, and Mrs. Dan Fisher. Official announcement has been made by Bishop Tiippett of San Francisco, Calif., president of the Methodist Council of Bishops of the Methodist churches are now the United Methodist Church. Eighty-six Methodist eohfft- ences in the U. S. and foftj-- two overseas units reported which included Canada. - •> Mr, and Mr*, Gilbert fen- schoter are being visited ,'a Week by their son Bruce and his wife of St. Joseph, Moft'! Charta, ton of Mr. and Mfs. Matthew Streit has been visited by Gerald Kreamer of Jdwa City who-left Thursday aiter a few days here. Eugefie Fiback of Minneapolis, Minn, was also here and he and Charles went to Omaha, Neb. Friday to attend a wedding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Streit and four sons of Cedar Rapids came Friday for a visit of several days at the parental Matthew Streits. Barbara Haggard is being visited by her brother-in-law and sister Eleanor, Mr. and Mrs'. Forest Twogood of Los Angeles, California. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Taylor spent the weekend in their trailer at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Gale Hease and Mrs. Osta Thompson spent Thurs- i day at Eagle Grove with relatives. Mrs. John Thuente has been guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Sanquin of Cherokee at their cottage at East Oko-' boji for a considerable part of the summer. Sunday she went to Calmar to visit with her sister, Mrs. Lennie Creamer. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Taylor were among the group of Directory Service personnel which recently vacationed at Estes Park. They also went to Colorado Springs to see Mr. and Mrs. John Seller, formerly of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. James Utt are being visited this week by FOR RENT — Housetrailer— cabin, modern, $25 per week for two, $1.00 day for additional person or $5.00 a week. Day rate — $5.00 a day for two, large cabin available on some dates, phone 3363331, Mrs. C. C. Watkins, RR #3, Spirit Lake, la. 59-60* the lormers brother and,,sis,- , •iAMti'law, Capl. 'and ''•!$&/,"'• 'Boss Utt of Colorado Springs, 'Colo. ,'V Mrl. Deri Steinman arid/two children have returned >''to' their home at Afvada, -Colo//, After a visit of several Weeks'/, at the parental Ralph Vale^y' •tines. •• .'///• //; Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Vinder. 'Waal and Mrs. Florence Gok ' Avell went to Kankakee/.lJV,' last week to visit with Mr. arid Mrs. Lee VanderWaal. . Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vender- Waal went to Sheldon Wednesday to visit with their nephews Lester Landhuis and wife and Keith Landhuis. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker have as guests Mrs. Wayne Myers and five children of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klinker of Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. Nettie Fisher, a resident of Good Samaritan Home 2 spent the weekend in her home at Burt. Her daughter Norma Garner who has made her home with her mother for some time and lives in the house at Burt is vacationing at Behton City, Waiii. with her son-itt'law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gord< •oh Giddings. Mr. and Mrs, James Walker, took Mrs. f fsher,' his mother, to Butt and ''will bring her/ back to the Rest Home..-,./ , Mr. and Mrs. Merit Webster spent the weekend at t>es Moines with their soil Richard and family. Recent guests of Mr, and Mrs. Merle Webster have been his brother and sister- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Dwight Webster, of Phoenix, Ariz., who spent last weekend here. ' Mr. and Mrt. C. M. Whitehill, Mrs. Harold Angus, Mrs. Gerald Augus, Mr, and Mrs. Claude Whitehill of Readlyn, Mrs. Grant Gerling and daughter Christine of Carmen, 111., met at Davenport td attend the Miss Iowa contest. Cynthia Jo, daughter of the Claude Whitehills represented Mason City. The family had motel units at IfcttAft* doff and eflidyfctf vety fhuth the teHiilV reufiiofi. (lows) , JULY 31,1V*/ Servicemen WATCH FOR OUR WH^ 0 "'" 6 " "r WHICH Will •»-""OF THE TOM'S RADIO i/PS ""Vv •• ''•••SV* ^ *' -..", :* &-?•&.„ SUPPLY COUfUE FT. 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