Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1966 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 21, 1966
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Cofffli Break MONDAY, MARCH *t, 1*4* ALOONA (lowi) ADVANCE-5 . . . Amid DM's gilt-edged worldlngs there's quite a mad scramble for pent houses atop the five tall glassy apartments ready to bloom. . . . that sportsman with the $135 shoes was first identified as a Massey-Ferguson exec. He turned out to be a homegrown great-grandson. ... An Iowa wife insisted her husband on the Governor'* expedition to Asia take along a lemon-flavored flask of castor oil. * * * An enchanting DM ex-high' school girl who married well in the east is taking her 3 kids on a private railroad car for a glimpse of the Middle & Far West. And she's taking along a chum with HER 3 children, as guests. Her DM friends hope she doesn't give Iowa the brush-off. * * >;i Seen lunching at the Embassy Club: The renowned poet & teacher Paul Engle from SUI, with Doris & Harlan Miller A a beauteous Chinese girl from Formosa. The poet ate salad & fish, the ladies salad & shrimp, the columnist a frugal bowl of soup; he was the listener, eats too many salads at home. Moscow to our side against China, when China enlarges its fire-crackers to nuclear potential. INDIGNANT THINKER Pldcafds ffrimy for protest parades; Hair so long it could be in braids; Pants so tight — (this has me in stitches) He greases his feet to put on his britches. —GRACE McFARLAND Lake Park iji / ijt tfr . . . . What happened to the curvesome beauty who ran a bowling alley in northern Iowa A went to SUI to study nurs ing? ... A special session of the Legislature would be WORTH $20,000 if it forgave part of the double burden of state income ta*l . . . My banker tells me of an Iowa farmer who's been to Florida twice this winter, though they close the ocean at 5 p.m. • .-.• .. •.'••'....' '-• •. ••• ... There's no solution; be an optimist, seek it lovingly! SLEPER NAMED Gary E. Sleper was recently appointed Standard Oil agent at Titonka, according to an announcement. He is an army veteran, graduated from Titonka high school and is well known in the area. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everet Sleper of Titonka. "— what shindig, what skulduggery?" I happen to LIKE pictures of wild animals, so here are 3 bears who may or may not have been sleeping in YOUR bed. For the best 100-word explanation of the adventure behind this sketch, a big fascinating book free. (A book for your mantel, egad!) * * * SUN WORSHIPPER'S PRAYER February: gone at last; Snow and ice and wintry blast O March, be kind & give us sun; And warmer temps -for everyone. —VER BENA Paullina * * * When I was a boy the young sports used to wait at the Dime Store or the Phone Company to date up departing girts. (Even sports without carsl) And now the girls have cars of their own, or husbands who call for them possessively. Ah, Romance! * * * I've had to say "no!" to invitations from 5 states to act as a beauty judge, as a judge of Miss America & Miss Universe, Colorado even offers to send a plane, & fly me home! But I'm accepting the Fan Dodge invitation, especially if Lily Dumita is one of the judges. « * * . . . One of the lowans with Gov. Hughes in Asia writes home that it isn't true what they say about Oriental girls. You see how cultural these expeditions can be! They may even return home eating with chop sticks, like quick minded Iowa farmers who see it done at DM's King Ying Low's. IN WINONA CONCERT Susan Bode, Algona, was pianist for a sacred concert by the college of St. Teresa choir at Wi nona Sunday. Also taking part were Mary Michele Cassel and Jo Ellen Milder, all of Algona. ey. Organist Sharon Reding, of lode, accompanied Ji qiiiniet: Tom and Francis Bormann, Bill VIcGuire, Efhest Gales, and Ralph Kohlhaas. A wedding dinner was held at Johnny's Steak Harbor, Mum- boldt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pear< son, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stfeit, Bode, were the hosts. Mrs. Kent Sorensen, of Goldfield, and Mrs. Joe" Lappe, Wesley, had the guest book. Janet Cuthbeftson, Humboldt, served punch and Mrs. Gary Block and. Mrs. Leo Stahl, Humboldt, were in charge of the gift table. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Richard Hockel, Hardy, and Mrs. Sanford Knutson, Dakota City, cut the cake. Waitresses were Donna Ropte, DeKalb, 111., Kay Knutson, Dakota City, Suzanne and Patricia Fjetland, Fort Dodge, Ronile Fjetland, Cedar Falls, Ruth and Karen Lappe, Wesley, and Margaret Bakken, Humboldt. The bride is a graduate of the , Humboldt high school and is employed at the social welfare office in Dakota City. He graduated from St. Joseph's school and served two years in the army stationed at West Point Military Academy in New York. After a two and a half weeks trip to California they will live at Humboldt. WILL BE MARRIED Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Madonna, to James C. Alvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ran* dall Alvey of Bancroft. She is" a laboratory technician at St. Ann hospital. He is employed with Elmer Schneider and Son at Bancroft. The wedding will be May 7 at St. Cecelia's, Algona. NEWCOMERS MEET Newcomers club met March 15 at the Algona Hotel. Newcomers were Sandy Krasean, Ginny Nelson, Barbara Monroe, and Jo Jimenez. Hostess was Joan Schubert. High bridge was won by Bea Easier and Louise Engstrom won high at 500. The next meeting April 26 is guest night. Ernst - Bormann wedding Marlene Sharon Ernst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ernst, Humboldt, and Herbert C. Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henr ry Bormann, Bode, were married Feb. 19 at St. Mary's Catholic church in Humboldt. Msgr. J. E. Tolen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Mrs. Richard Torgerson, Hum- boldt, as matron of honor. Her personal attendants were Mrs. Kent Sorensen, Goldfield, and Mildred Bormann, Bode. Best man was Dr. Joel Bormann, Chicago, 111., brother of the groom. Kenneth Bormann, Bode, and Richard Torgerson, of Humboldt, were ushers. Acolytes were Louis Bormann of Bode and Steve Lappe, Wes- BABY SHOWER A baby shower was given for \, - ftoberi feoffigaars. at the _jg 6f ftfri. fwnaicJ ffom uuests were Dontta Hardy, Sandy Krasean, Joan Schubert, Joan Diamond, Diane Ashland, * ,yhn pole,, Jane Frisbie, e Mrs. Jerald Boffigaafs, and the hon> oree's niother, MrsYLenning, of Clear Lake, the evehittg was Spent socially. : CLUB IS GUEST Tuesday evening, at the Algona Hotel, the Soroptomist club entertained the B.P.W. club. The program was a talk by John Love on the Stock Market. Lawrence Hutzell showed the film for the talk. Hostesses were Ada Logan and Gene Me Atee. Following the program, cards were played. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. Kent Immerfall, rtee Kaye Moultbn, Sunday afternoon, March 13, a£ the Leo Immerfall home. Hostesses were Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Mrs. %l •<-*» J , * £^r i. I » '^SS&3 i l t '*'Sf t< $i. §race. Mrs. vefnen Lu and Mrs. Andy Marty, The Congfegati Klttb Hist at Fello$% hall on% Wednesday evening 'lor a pott luck supper. Mr. arid Mrs. Her^ man Rachut Jr., Hurt, wefCf guests. He showed slides and'., talked of their experiences iff,,- Ethiopia as Peace Corps Volun£ teers. f P E 0 Sisterhood met at Frari, Parrott's Wednesday night with 1 Sadie Mawdsley assisting. Alice 1 '' Weber and Beverly Mawdsley had the program, The next meeting will be at the home of Clarice Kresensky April 6. The Sorontirriist club met Wednesday noon for a jluncheort' at the Algona Hotel. Alice WiU kins and .Ruth Petefsbn were in* charge. Rev. Milo Dailey, Episcopalian pastor gavd',the program. - ,'"'.' ) SOC/ETY CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS The Plum Creek Women's Club met March 9 at Elsie Willrett's with Sadie Stalling assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by 17 members. Election of officers was held: president, Jean Benschoter; vice, Rose Schmidt; secy., Maxine Marshall; ass't. secy., Mildred Scuffham; treas., Marjorie Bode. Exchange student Sana 'Svedman showed slides and gave a talk. Next meeting will be April 13 at Florence Kain's. Pearle Etherington has the "— they aimed a cannon at him" One of our town's new intellectuals holds dinner parties spellbound with a tale of how the Spanish once almost executed hie father with a cannon instead of an ordinary firing squad. Just in time they discovered they had only 4 shells left & they needed those for the enemy. * * * .... Among dreams for new Iowa gay spots is a Boom Boom Room & a snack bar (Old Testament) called the' Nosherie, , . . . . One of Davenport's affluent sportsmen takes nembutal to kill the pain while he fills out his income tax return , . . . , . Julia LeNoble tells customers to stand with legs well spread and old clothes will look like rags models wear in the mags. * * * So dingy do the 4 small domes on Iowa's capitol appear alongside the shiny gold on the big dome that more legislators lean to the idea of multi-colored! onion-stripes on the smaller domes. Such a gesture might win Spring Spring . . . Easter . . . fashion news . . . values! So many reasons to own a new suit now, and so many great styles for your selection . . . you'll be happy when you hurry in to see our array of fashion-wise suits, carefully chosen to please you. 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