Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
Page 9
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Alqona Kouuth County ** i ' i * f '"'*" l * — ^***™"~ l * — * a *r* fc ™™ 1 **** ~" ' T 1 "*^ '•" liiniiiMinl lir-rr-n—rrrr fm* THURSDAY, OCT. U, 1W7, ALOONA, IOWA - vance Gardeflelub prizes given on exhibits The Algona Garden Club's meeting titled Highlights of Holidays, was held Wednesday afternoon of lost week at Trinity Lutheran Church and was attended by a crowd with visitors coming from Webster City, Mallard, Fenton, Clear Lake, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Lakota, Manson, Titonka, Humboldt, Burt, Plover, Ventura, Whittemore, Garner and Laurens. On exhibit were arrangements for tables, door or wall swags, and horticulture covering 12 months of the year. Judge was Mrs. Alice Anderson of Laurens, and the Sweepstakes prize ribbon went to Mrs. H. M. Montgomery for her arrangement: Tools of the Trade. Other blue ribbon winners were: Mosdames William Dau, Sr., John Dreesman, Henry Geilenfeld, Herb Hedlund, James Hiriton, Frank Hofius, Elbert McVeigh, C. R. McQuiston, Pred Pannkuk, Harley Troutman and Sid Spear. In addition there were three blue ribbons in the junior division which went to Randy Warner, Susan Becker and Merrill Mawdsley. 'Having completed the judging, Mrs. Anderson presented the program, Highlights of Holidays, and as she talked illustrated eleven different ideas by arranging flowers, leaves, evergreen, wood and weeds, each being tihen set against a prepared background. In her talk she interpreted in a very fine manner both poetry and scripture associated with each setting. Arrangements madte were for Valentine's day, Easter, School Days of September; Haitlowelen; TJiantesgivuig Day; a Snowy Night; Christ- m'as Pixies; Christmas Angels; The Shepherd Who Didn't Go, from th,e Hey wood Braun story; the Carol of ilje Birds; and Christmas Fulfillment. •Mrs. Anderson is an artist Flower winners THE ALGONA GARDEN Club held its annual Flower Show Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, with over 200 ladies attending. Mrs. H. S. Montgomery received the Sweepstakes "Best of the Show" tri-color award for her arrangement entitled "Tools of the Trade," shown above. Blue ribbons for table settings were won by Mrs. John Dreesman for her informal dinner arrangement "Independence Day" shown on the right, and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau with "Afternoon Elegance," a luncheon table. Speaker and national accredit judge was Mrs. Alice Anderson, Laurens. President of the local club is Mrs. James Hinton and Mrs. Milo D. Dailey is secretary. ville. Susan was presented a gold charm from the band mothers, and Mr. Jones presented her with a money corsage from members of the band. The band played several numbers and Mrs. Jones led the audience in songs accompanied by Mrs. Jack Nyman. Lunch was served by the Band Mothers. Officers are elected by Seneca Stars PACK SERVICE BOXES Sunday October 29 a cover Rock Presbyterian church at noon. Mrs. Art Priebe will at creating ideas and carries ^T p lctu «* taken on ner much material with her as ?£ ud y iou *^ 1 * pa0st summer Monday, October 30, items to she goes about Iowa doing programs and she is an accredited judge of flower shows. .. ' Reception for Lone Rock girl, queen winner Lone ,Rock — Our Yellow Rose of Sentral, Susan Blanc-hard, was honored Tuesday evening with a reception at tht' Hantral high school gym. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, president of the Band Mothers introduced Rev. Albert Bullock, I.one Rock, and Supt. Koappal of Sentral. They both offered congratulations to Susan on being chosen Queen at the. band festival in Esther- Seneca — Seneca Stars 4 j H club met Thursday eve„.---. .-;..- ----- ning at Corinne Johnson's. dywer ? n 4^wshiP ^Election : ;ot.flffic^s was ,held. at the Txwie y^,;, Sue Kracht was elected president; Anna Menz, vice, Barbara Andre, sec.; and Carrie Bergum, treas. Ann Fortney was elected historian; Becky Jensen, photo- services were held for Mrs. Krough Saturday, at Emmetsburg. BATE AWARD NIGHT Award Night for the Seneca girls and boys 4-H clubs from Fenton township will be held November 9 at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. An extension director from Seneca township will also be voted upon. The Seneca clubs are hosts for the event and invite parents and friends of 4-H to attend their Award Night. AT PARENTS DAY The Wayne Lynches attended parents day at Ames last Saturday as guests of their son Donald. Events included 'the Kansas State and ISU football game and a reception for parents at the state gymnasium. They also visited their son, the Tom Lynches. Mrs. Minda Langc and son Dwane, of Grundy Center, visited Saturday and Sunday at Henry Wilbergs. and attended the 25th wedding anniversary of the Marry Bonn- ickscns, Armstrong Sunday evening. The Norman Watsons, Troy Grove, 111., spent the weekend at the parental, Ev- orott Witham's. The Harvey Longs, Venice. Fla., recently concluded a weeks visit at their daughter, the Henry Wilbergs. Mrs. Wilbe.rg had guests Oct. 15, for her father's 65th birthday and also the birthday of an uncle, the Raymond Longs, Renwiick. Additional guests included the Frank Longs and children, Humboldt. .Mrs. Lois Votteiler and daughter, Denise visited Saturday afternoon at Everett Witham's. 'Mrs. Everett Witham attended the 50th wedding open house for the Mart Elmores Sunday afternoon at the Goud Hope Lutheran ahurch. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis and their guests Mrs. •Minda Lange and Dwane, Grundy Center, attended a 5 o'clock family dinner at Fairmont, hosted by the Bon- rticksens for their 25th wed„„! j••••---— - r,"™"*-" ."~ ding. Following the dinner cejved a phone caJl Thursday ,the 45 guests which included afternoon of the sudden the immediate families of the Wilbergs and the Bon- nicksens met at the Bonnicksen home at Armstrong for an open .house attended by relatives and friends. The grapher, and Rosemary Fotl- rtey, reporter. Linda Sue Kracht's name will be submitted as a candidate for a 4-H County officer. They also made plans for the program at -4-H Award Night, Nov. 9 at the Lone Rock 'Legion Hall. The Seneca Stars and the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H clubs will .be joint •hosts. Plans were also made for club members to go oh corn gleaning parties as a fund raising project. The group voted to send sympathy to the Krumviedc family at the loss of their son and brother, Steven. A letter of thanks was read from Nina Kracht for the roses sent her by the club as a birthday remembrance. Cathy Burgurn gavo a talk on Manners after which the meeting was adjourned. Guest mothers included Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mrs. Joe Madden and daughter Sheila. Dcbra Nyman will be the November hostess. Carrie Bergum, reporter. ; VISIT MANKATO Seneca Stars 4-H club members, leaders and some parents recently went to Mankato, for the annual club sightseeing tour. They visited the Shari Candy Co., where they saw how candy was boxed and packaged The next visit was at the Custom Upholstering Company. They also toured the Mankato Commercial College where they also visited Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum, former club members who are attending collage there. The final stop was at the KEYC-TV station and were shown the fundamentals of television. They were shown how tapes were spliced and also the control room. Outside the TV station pictures were taken of the group along with the TV's station's, Mike Andrews. Carrie Bergum reporter. .SISTER IS DEAD « Mr ¥"' P ? tt i9 ordsusls : FmmJJ K ErnC M r ° ° f Emmets'burg. Mrs. major v surgery m i W *f * medical treatment. be sent to the servicemen may be brought to the church in the forenoon. Boxes will be packed in the afternoon. Anyone having names and addresses please give them to Mrs. Delmar Fisher or Mrs. Clair Rollinger. The Warren Thompsons and Linda, Swea City, Mrs. Frank Sanfter, Mrs. Adela Thompson and Charles went to Denver, Colo., where they picked up Lylc at the Lowery Air Force Base. They went from there to Pueblo, Colo., where they visited relatives and friends Monday. The Danford Schmidts, of Minneapolis, spent from Friday till Sunday with their parents, the Fred Schmidts, and the Art Zumachs. Sunday dinner guests of the Fred Schmidts, were the Danford Schmidts, Minneapolis; Art Zumachs and Janice. h the r\n, j ••","• brought into their home. He Ottumwa and relay came from tne lowa Child . news to him. Funeral DRIVE - IN BANKING ;(, "» DROP EVERYTHING AND CALL US 5-3762 FREE TWICE DAILY EAST END GROCERY 133 E««t Stttt Convenient Customer Service WHAT COULD BE EASIER? - Save time and trouble. Eliminate parking problems. Use our Prive-in Service. Whether making deposits or withdrawals, you need not leave your car. Let us be of service with Algona's only Drive-in Banking Service . , , The SECURITY STATE BANK "Algona's Friendly Bank" With Qffift In twVtrnt, low* rens Home Society of Des Moines and will be named William Iver. Me arrived on his new father's birthday. The Elmer Bergums of Ecorse, Mich., visited the Bergums. They were enroute home from Texas. The Hay Bergums and Art Bergums attended the funer 1 •al services Saturday for Mrs. Ernest Krough of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Krough was a sis- tor of William Petti cord. Log When water was struck al 126 foot depth on tfic farm of Francis Hock northeast of Manson a large log floated to 'the surface. It is estimated the log had been down in the water for several hundred years. Paul Revere made George Washington's first set of false teeth. ra •Frigidaire • Maytag •Monarch SALES & SERVICE f 9> BEED HARDWARE f & APPLIANCE 1 Titonk*, lew* Phent 928-2127 1 of/fy//oweeft ^ -ENDS SATURDAY- FREE HAT&GLOVES WITH THE PURCHASE OF New Fall Coat Value of $50 or more NEW FALL DRESSES AND SPORTSWEAR SWEATERS — KNITS — BERMUDAS SLACKS —SHORTS 30 to 50% OFF SUITS 30 to 50% OFF! WRANGLER JEANS & CUT-OFFS Vl PRICE CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT 2ND FLOOR FREE Pair of Mittens or Gloves — With Purchase of Any — Girls or Boys Coal G4RLS "BILLY THE KID" — NO IRON — Splinter Jeans 30% OFF! j Fall Sportswear BLOUSES —SLACKS BERMUDAS — SUITS — SKIRTS 30 to 50% OFM Sweat Shirts — ZIPPERED WITH HOOD — Ros. 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