t-ALOONA ((•*•) AOVANCI THURSDAY, MARCH 11,. Iftt Mt«. Olga Jordon vitlttd frl- ends in Mason City Monday. „'. Or. «nd Mr.. Dttn Koob Uft SUnday f6r Rochester, Minn., Where the former will spend a week Attending the annual clinical review. The children will be cared for by Mrs. Koob's mother, Mrs. Dave DeCobk, Sigourney. Mr*. Btrtha Dettman accompanied her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox to Tama Saturday to assist in the move from Dickens where they had been living. Whit* Ernie Hutchison wa» hospitalized at Mason City having suffered a broken leg in an accident, his son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hutchison, went from Marshalltown to see him. Ernie is now at home and making good recovery but it will be a tew months before he will be allowed to put any weight on the leg. Mrs. Celia Deal was visited Debbie, of Buffalo Center. Monday they were visited by their son, Wayne of Storm Lake. er Mr. and Mrs. and Dr. and "Beanie" Coop- Mrs. Harold Sunday by her son Pete and wife of fort Dodge. Mrs. Lydia Wetiel had as guests Sunday her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon of Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Art Allen, accompanied by Mrs. Clayton Carlson, former Algonan, attended a musicale at Mason City one day last'week. Laura, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson, .has returned from Emmons, Minn, where she had been, visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Elmer Christian, and attended the basketball games. .'„','. \. ' . .; Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, Steve and Bob, spent the weekend at a motel in Minneapolis, Minn., and were joined by their son Mike, a student at St. Thomas college, St. *Paul. Mr. and Mrs. John Slevin were visited Sunday i by the latter's sister, Mrs. Eleanor Helmers and daughter Marjorie Djiuren, Mason City. Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Ann Hanson and Mrs. Fern Foster spent Monday at Mason City with friends,: . Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Winkel, Steve, Scott and Greg spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Nay lor have their son Gary of Simpson college, Indianola, with them during the spring break. Judy was here from Ames university for the weekend. Laura Kimmel, sister of Mrs. James Andreason, came Sunday from Cedar Falls where she attends the college and was met here by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Kimmel of Sheldon, who spent the day here. Laura returned to Sheldon with her parents and will spend her spring break with them. Photographer D. K. Long met his wife at Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. Long had been at Joliet, 111. the past three weeks with their daughter Marcie, a teacher in the school system there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan have returned from a few weeks vacation near Houston, Tex. but most of the time was spent at Hot Springs and Branson, Mo. Enroute home they stopped at West Union to see their son BOb and family. Bob has a degree in psychology and will be moving to Humboldt at the end of the school year to be director of special education in the surrounding area. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schnell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kruse at George. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson had as guests Sunday their Erickson attended the Barber Shoppers Parade Saturday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan spent Sunday at Cascade with tne latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dehner. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Evans were at Humboldt Sunday visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Velma Conlon. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding returned Friday from a six week vacation at Phoenix, Ariz, with their sons, Bob and Cletus and families. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Walter spent the weekend at Jackson, Minn, with the former's mother, Mrs. Cassie Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Galen De Valois were recently visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lyon of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Duncan went to Ames Monday where the former will have what is believed to be the final surgery on his arm which was injured in ah auto accident several weeks ago. Mrs. Duncan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle. New pastor PASTOR Charles B. Hawkins will come to the Regular Baptist church in Algona on April 17 to fill the vacancy left by Pastor Arthur Hawkins comes Hicks. Pastor here from the Prairie Flower Baptist church in Washington, tows, where he had been pastor for 12 years. He was born and railed in Monroe county and is a Russell high school graduate. During his High school years he frequently preached in.small churches. Mr, Hawkins graduated from the Jmaha Baptist Bible college in 1953 with a major in Bible and Jhfistian Education. He grauu- uetd from the State University jf Iowa with a u. A. uegree u. aistory as a major, and an English minor. Pastor and Mrs. Hawkins have cwo daughters, Barbara, 10, and Jecelia, 8. BANCROFT MAN GRADUATES Elmer Abbas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abbas, Sr. of Ban croft, graduated from Mankato State College on Friday, March 25 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education. He has been accepted into graduate school at Mankato estate College and will begin toward his master's Degree in High School Guidance Counseling. Cancer Crusade kickoff heU at Bancroft More than 30 volunteers in North Kossuth County launched their attack against cancer today. April is Cancer Control Mon th by Presidential proclamation. Much effort has been put into planning, organization and training of volunteers for what is expected to be the American Cancer Society's most successful Crusade. All assignments have been made and the volunteers are ready, according to Mrs. Rich ard Chipman, Chairman of the Society's 1966 educational and fund-raising Crusade. "Volunteers are anxious and enthusiastic," she continued "They are out to establish rec- arti, battering their teat", The keynote of the educational part of the Crusade Will be early detection itid prompt treatment. The fund-raising aspect will emphasize the need for more fund* for research, education and service. Education and service could now save one out of two in stead of the present one out of three cancer patients. Only future research can save half of those who now develop cancer. Yet each year the Society has to turn its back on research projects approved by various committees of the Society for lack of funds. The kick-off breakfast was held Tuesday, March 29, at Hoy's Grill in Bancroft. Mrs. Chipman introduced the chairmen and Mr. James Kennedy, Crusade Treasurer. Kits were distributed and procedure explained. In anticipating success, the chairman quoted former Presi dent Eisenhower: "The concept of neighbor, good neighbor, part of DM American We are § tutlon of neighbors and we live in a world of neighbors. And the way we ii v« fc»ti- mony to this principle fc by freely sharing our skills and resources with others needing them." . ; • ,.••:/ : , .;-• "I am sure," Mrs. Chipman continued, "that the people of North KoMuth believe this and live by it" To teach at Gidar Falls Sandra Cook will be student teaching in the second grade at Price Laboratory school in Cedar Falls. She will graduate from SCI on June 3 and will teach in Bettendorf for the fall term. Her parents are former Algonans, Mr, and Mrs. Don E. Cook of Storm Lake. Sandra is an AHS graduate. BASS—Mike Kitcham, 15, and Bill Hall, 16 caught the record Large Mouth bass In the West City reservoir, Osceola, recent £•823 in. n I Montclalr Multl-drlvt tr Storing and BrakM •way storiM whwl b.|g* color, with m.tthing teribr, an •xetptiorta^ car. TAYLOR MOTOR CO FORD* MERCURY SALES A SERVICE D/Vecfor son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Phil Ostedahl EILEEN O'BRIEN, a senior a '.he College of St. Mary in Omaha. Nebr., is the director of the innual children's musical, "The Magic Beanstalk." Mary Margaret O'Brien, a soohomore and a lister of Eileen, is the stage manager. There will be tniuo IAU- Jormances in Marian Hall on campus, April 2 and 3. Ledyard car goes into ditch Extensive damage to the top and left side of a car driven by Jerry Gilbertson, Ledyard, oo- cured when the machine went out of control and into a ditch on a curve at the south edge ol Bancroft on a country igravel road. The accident occurred a bout 11 p.m. Saturday, March 19. Neither Gilbertson or three other teen-agers with him were injured. Patrolman Charles Bird said the accident was due to "ex cessive speed" on the curve. 71 YEARS — Mr. and Mrs Von Sprecken of Wyoming cele bra ted their 71st wedding anni versary Feb. 27th there. The Von Sprecken's six sons all live in Eastern Iowa. Mr. Von Spree Mr. and ken is 95 and his wife 89. Harry V. Hull, Jr. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR Fidelity Securities Corporation Storm Lake, Iowa INFORMATION AND PRICE QUOTES ON NATIONAL AND LOCAL IOWA LISTED AND UNLISTED STOCKS. CALL or WRITE Bo* 71 Hwmboldt, Iowa Phont 332-2292 109 N. Moore a, Iowa 295-7160 There's excitement in the air this Easter, and it all begins with fashion's new slant on femininity.. coats, suits, dresses, costumes designed with soft and supple grace... accessories to accent every favored silhouette. Like to see a complete collection of fashion's new looks? You can,., just come to oux faster Fashion Show! 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