Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 7, 1966
Page 8
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ONDtAN'SLlSt Ml, Ptotinf — Brltt Whittc- Jftdfe, daughter of Ml-, ahd Mrs. Ifttnes Whittefiiofe of Algoha, is Oh the Dean's List fit Iowa VVes- Jeyati C6llege for the fall se< inestef where she is a senior. t-ALOONA ((•*•) AOVANCI MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1916 Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS 19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOULEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndale Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 Qn U. S. Hwys. 65 & 35W. 3 miles North Int, 494 Concert series drive dated fer next week New officers were elected at the recent Kossuth Community Concert board meeting, when plans for the 1966 membership drive were also announced. Officers for the coming year are John Sterba, president; Steve George, vice; Mrs. Kyle Keith, membership chairman,; Mrs. Ted Smith, co-membership chairman; Mrs. Frances Grantham, sec.; Mrs. James Dodds ^paHnuarter's secretary; Char- left Paxson, treasurer; Mrs. Ja- 1 mes Kolp, dinner chairman; Mrs. Dick Thoreson, publicity. The annual membership drive is set for March 14-19, with the price for membership the same as last year—'$7 for adults, $3 for students. Renewal memberships will be picked up beginning March 9. Mr. Sterba announced two concerts have been selected for next season. They are "The Lee Evans Trio", and "Four Go Dancing". Lee Evans, an accomplished jazz and pop pianist, supported by string bass and drum, is well known in the field of popular entertainment. Besides appearing regularly at the Embers in New York, he has toured with such performers as Carol Channing, Frank Sinatra and Ethel Merman. He is said to be the best of the new, listenable pop^jazfc geniuses of today. "Four Go Dancing" presents a program of various styles of dancing ranging from classical ballet- to the latest in modern dance. The company of Michael Maule, Colleen Corkre, two guest artists and a narrator, having toured South America and Europe, is providing a refreshing and different dance program to American audiences. Michael Maul has been applaud ed with such dance companies as the New York City Ballet and London Festival Ballet. Colleen Corkre has danced leading roles in the Broadway productions of "Oklahoma", "Brigadoon", and "My Fair Lady". John Harms, Titonka have anniversary Titonka — Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms, Titonka, observed their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday at the Good Hope Luth eran church at Titonka. There was a short program. Their two sons and wives, Johnny of Burt and Martin, Britt, were hosts. 40th wedding daughter tnd son-ta4aw, Mr, and Mrs. Craig Rule. She returned Tuesday afternoon. Grttthtft Diim *p«nt th* weekend at home from PB1 in Minneapolis, Minn. Cldney Laird Uft Saturday morning by bus for Bonita Springs, Fla. for an extended visit with- hcf" sistftfj"Mf.-~iwid Kermit Setchell. Wedntiday afternoon caller at Eva Deifn's was Mrs. Van Steinberg, Burt. Mr. and Mr». Karl Fli.hler moved Friday to Ft. Madison, Wis. where he has employment with a chemical company. They have lived tat«-tor~tftriM*noiK ths and he worked for Weideti* hoff Corporation. , Weekend guest* of the Steve ostrums, twbuque, wete her parents, the Waiter Petersons, and grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. tt. V. Cooke, Emmetsburg. Mr, and Mri. Norm Frank spent Friday night and Saturday in Des Moincs where he at* tended a carpet clinic. Jean Owen» tpent Utt vreek with her faitiSJy, the Paul Owens, for quarter break from Iowa State college at Ames. She returned Monday. .-••r A- MR. AND MRS. Stephen Tjaden, Titonka, will have their 40th wedding March 13 with opan house from 2 till 4 o'clock in the Good Hope Lutheran church. Hosts will be their children, Mrs. Marjorie Rand and the Sid Buffingtons, of Minneapolis; Wm. S. Tjadens, Burt; Dr. Herbert Tjadens, Burlington; and Joy Tjaden, Titonka. A short program will be at 2:30. No invitations are being sent and all relatives and friends are invited. They request no gifts. Photo by Glenn's Studio. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook will leave Wednesday for Omaha to take a plane to meet his sister, Opal Sparks, in Denver, Colo. From there they will fly to Mexico City and Acapulco. Rose Stebritz will bs with their family the two weeks they are a way. The Cecil Bjustroms, Afgona, recently visited the home of the Ray Smiths while sight-seeing in and around St. Petersburg, Fla. Mary Hays, Dallas Center, had the program on Pakistan on Thursday night for the Presbyterian Guild. Sherry Arndorfer has received icr bsautician's license and is vorking at Fran's Beautyrama. Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Salisbury moved from Clinton last week to the former home of Stewart McFadden. Mrs. Sabs- bury is the former Blanche Me Fadden, sister of Stewart, Who has moved to South Moore street. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen were dinner guests at the Keith Strayers Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. T'ony Sorenson spent the evening there. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clement returned March 1 from Pompa: no Beach, Fla. where they b.ad spent six weeks vacationing.' 1 ,^ Marilyn Deal came Friday evening for the weekend witn her parents, the Bob Deals, from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Des Moines. Mrs. Keith Strayer went to Holstein Monday to visit her ...because SeatyV 85 th Anniversary Sale NOW! £?v TWO DAYS ONLY Tiesday, March 8 Wednesday, March 9 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. , < A 5x7" Photograph of your child for just- • Ages 8-wks. — 13-yrs. e) Group Photo — $1.50 (2 children) f Take Home Proofs f By Tiny Tot Photo Co. 49c No other charges FREE - FREE Attractive White Frame FREE of extra charge with above offer sheer nylons and support stockings save up to 24% Captivating Cameos! 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