Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 4
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! -ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Titoika students in speech contest I Titonka — Nine students took part in the state speech contest. They rated: Interpretive §03try, Charlotte Seebsck I; Jo Ann Engelbarts II. Interpretive frose: Ruth Beed I; Brenda Brandt U; Dramatic: Judy Ise- Brand I; Dorothy Seebeck I. Huijhorous: Brenda Eden I; Jeanne Gingrich I; Leon Parmkuk I. After Dinner Speaking: Brenda firandt II. Story Telling 1 : Judy Isebrands II. FEDERATED CLUB I' Titohka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the library nHeeting room, with Mrs. George Roberts and Mrs. Melvin ttich, hostesses. Mrs. Arthur Ro- presented the lesson on the ' Three local women, students at La James College of Haifsty- littg, Masort City, participated in the annual student hairstyling contest. Elleiji Smidt received 3rd place .trophy* and Mrs. Har< old Carlson and Lennice Bilsborough received honorable mention awards for their hair styles. Titonka Methodist W.S.C.S. meet Wednesday at, Fellowship Hall, with Mesdames Harry Beed, Ted Hoover, Jr., Arend Neeland and Ray Hansen, hostesses. Mrs. Loren Burnett is the leader for the program. Titonka Woman's Club met Thursday evening at the C. R. Krantz home. Speaker was from the Iowa Chapter Arthritis Foundation, and used films with her talk. / James Rode, student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend at the parental Arthur Rode home. Ernest Peterson is a patient at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, following surgery. Girl's State Lakota «— Patty Boyd, Lakota, has been chosen as the Lakota American Legion Auxiliary representative to 1966 Hawkeye Girls'State. She is 16 years old, a junior in the Lakota high school and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyd. Alternate choice is Sheila Jaeger, also of Lakota. I -• , ~*v- Iwngton fey Mat McUitt VANDERWAAL BABY Mrs. Florence Colwell, . ton, received a telephone call Monday from her son-in-law, Lee VartderWaal, Bradley, 111., announcing that the Vander Waals are the parents of a new daughter named Wendy Sue, born April 4ihl Th^iyander Waals are former residents of this area. Mrs. Vander Waal is a daughter of Mrs. Florence Col- welimwftgton, Mr. VuidetWifil is the son .of the M. L. Vinder Waals, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper f Jrvington, drove to Roland, Sunday, where" they visited Mrs. Mary Larson, sister-in-law of Mrs. Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. John Dole and children left Sunday for LAw< ton, Okla., Where they will spend a week with Mrs. Dole's par* entsj ;the M. J. Carpenters, and other' relatives and friends there. HAS 10TH BIRTHDAY Roger Muller had his 10th birthday at his parents, the Ray Muller's, with a party Saturday, April 2. Guests were Steven Arend, Dan Black, Bruce Briggs, Terry Buscher, James Cassel, Randy Faber, Steven Farrell, Gary Garman, Dennis Gisch, Mark McGuire, Mark Mohtag, Tim McGuire, Kevin Owens, Jefi rttseh, Chttck Devine, Sett Zetg- ter» Tim Zittfitsch, Luke Pfeffer, JIM; Larry, Kevin, Cheryl, and Roger Muller. Mis grandmother, Mrs, Anna Muller, Norma. Pfeffef And Henrietta Tucker were also present. Games were played and lunch was served. CONVENTION The Rebekah lodge convention will be held here April 12. Other members participating will be from Britt, Forest City, Garner, Lake Mills, Kanawha, and Wesley. State President La* veda Peterson of Humboldt will be present; The meeting Will be held in the Isaac Walton hall and they will dine at a local cafe. Light refreshments will be served later at the hall. cation. tfte extension, machine, and MM, ttd the lW»on"Hcllq Iowa". Rich, Randy Stalzer, Roger Zitt-travel prize. ENTERTAINS CARD CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Willrett entertained the"Union Sutz" card club Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs, WUUam Paetz were guests. High score prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schenck, low score prizes went to Mrs. Helen Leigh and Clarence Metzger. Mr. Paetz won the Circle B, m«t with fig March 31, BIRTHDAY MOT. Diune Schndl <jfttert«to ed at a party April 1 hottwtag her husband's Wrt ware M» SohneU and Mrs, Andrew Hanson, Ruthven, Mr artel Mrs. . Roger Steen block and Elieii Wibben. SUNRISE SERVICE There will' be' a sunrise service Easter Sunday by members of the Regular Baptist church followed by breakfast in the basement dining room, /mere will be a guest speaker and special musician from Omaha. CHURCH WOMEN TO MEET The United Presbyterian Chu rch Women will meet Thursday April 7, for a one-thirty lunch eon. Topic is "Easter Medita ttons" by Circle A. Serving by the Thursday far Collins and Mrs. et Johnson. , DINNER A family dinner will be held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs- Martin Meyers at ottosen honoring the 88th birthday of Mrs. Anna M£ yer of Fenton. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Meyer Will be in attendance. LUNCHEON The Congregational Fellowship members will meet Thursday, April 7, for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle 2 will serve. POSTPONE MEETING Women of the First Baptist church are postponing their customary Thursday meeting on April 7 to April 14. POSTPONE MEETING Because of Holy Week the "Eight Specks" 500 club has been postponed a week. 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