Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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It , i '•>'?. • ;.Vl-->'V ' ' Burt group to Rural womans in Alzona Burt — The Farm Bureau Ru- ifcl Women's day was held at the V.F.W. Hall in Algona April 1. Mrs. Wm. Stillman, Emmets« burg, representing A.C.W.W., showed pictures atnd gave a report of her trip to Ireland whe> re she attended a ten day conference. Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Neoma Junkermeief, Mrs: Charlotte Habeger, Mrs. Walter Campney, Mrs. Duane Habeger, and Mrs. M. Mitchell attended the meeting. GIRL SCOUT MEETING There were 15 Junior Girl Scouts and 13 Brownies, with drivers Ruth Patterson, Virginia Fries, Frances Sarchet and Minerva Curtis, going to Swea City April 2 for an afternoon of crafts and fun with the Swea City and Titonka Girl Scouts. The scouts were in four groups, dramatics, folk dancing, textile painting and potato printing. Lunch was scout cookies and kool-aid. HAVE GUEST NIGHT Mariners Club had a guest night "Singspiration" April 3 at the Burt Presbyterian church. Guests were from the Lutheran and Methodist churches and Lone flock. Evelyn and ftoecoe Mawdsiey had charge of the pfogram with singing of hymns and splrtturtls. Devotions wete by MaXWifc and ftdbert Attgm Games Were-By PalmS and'Lai* ry Holding, and hosts were the Duattfe MaWdsieys and the " ell Anguses. GET ACQUAINTED There were 100 at the Get Acquainted meeting for all new Farm Bureau members at the Legion Hall in Burt Thursday, A pot luck supper was followed by a> program and fellowship. Pres. Cecil Long presided. Mem* bers gave reports on aims of the Farm Bureau and plans for the future. THUf»5DAY, APRIL AL60NA (Iowa) AbVANCf-? 1963 FORD Pairlane 4-dobr, V-8 engine, radio, inside vinyl trim, spotless white finish, standard trans. 1395 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE The Hubert Campneys, Env metsburg, and Roy Iversons, Estherville, visited Mrs. O. A. Campney April 3. The James F. Herrings spent two weeks in Florida. They sent her mother, Mrs. Jessie Rash, three-quarters of a bushel of fresh oranges and grapefruit. Mrs. Herring is the former Norma Jean Rash. Easter vacation will start at 2:30 April 7 and school will resume April 11. Luella Blumer and Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona, visited Mrs. Emma Manus Saturday at the Gertrude Ackerman home. The Oliver Siglers, Des Monies, have a daughter, Julie Lynne, born March 28. Oliver Sigler is the son of Mrs. Ed Blumer, Algona. Alvina Hasse, Paul Hasse and Albert Hasse spent some time n Iowa City with their sister Ruth who was ill last week. Shawn Melany, daughter oi the Brian Zwiefels, was baptized April 3 by Rev. M. C. Davies at Burt Methodist church. A'fam- ily dinner was. held at Mrs. Myr tie Zwiefel's. Present were the Cletus Zwiefels, Merrill Zwie- Fels, Gary Zwiefels, Emmets burg; and Brian, Donna and Melany. The Dennis Meisters have a 9 Ib. 5 oz. son Brett Dennis born April 2 at St. Ann hospital. Grandparents are the P. W. Marlows and Bernard Meisters, and great grandparents are the Will Giffords and Mrs. Clara Marlow. Thecla Christensen, Lefie Me Mullen, Lillian Fredrickson, Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton spent Monday in Fort Dodge. Joel Chipman returned Saturday from Iowa City. He can walk now with a cane and is slowly improving. Mrs. Elsie Larson, Delfield, N.D., came Saturday for a week with her sister, Mrs. Lillian Meinzer. Lone Rock - Fenton wedding NOTICE This is the Larson School of Hairstyling SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. Monday, June 13 Monday, Jury U 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early' Classes are filling rapidly LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLING 2031/2 Grand Ave. — Phone 262-5588 Spencer, Iowa Georgia Ann Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,.Lyle .Marlow, Lone Rock, and John .Bollinger, son of Mr .and Mrs. George. Bollinger, Fentonj were married March 27 at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. Rev. William Scheer officiated in the double ring ceremony at 2:30 .m. The bride was attended by Mrs. Eugene Marlow as matron of honor. Her sister, Deann Marlow, was the bridesmaid. Lloyd Bollinger, Burt, was the best man, and Eugene Marlow, Lone Rock, was groomsman. Flower girl was DiAnn Householder, Algona, and the ring bearer Was,Rodney Marlow. The ushers were Wendell Willrett, Burt, and Willis Woodwick, Algona. Soloist, Mrs. William Marlow, was accompanied by Mrs. Wilfred Radig. A reception for 180 guests is held in the church parlors. Mrs. Karon Stoyohann, Mankato, Minn., had charge of the guest book. Mrs. William Scheer and Mrs. William O'Donnell poured. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Burt, and Mrs. Leonard Warner, Algo- Mrs. Willis Woodwick and Mrs. Lloyd Bollinger served punch. Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Burt, attended the bride and bridesmaids. Mrs. Phyllis Smith, Linda O'Donnell, and Mrs. Beverly Warner carried the gifts. Opening and displaying them were Mrs. ilrma iGimUingviMrs^JflWicft Brhun, and Marilyn Bollinger. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett. Mesdames Eunice Meyer and Barbara Meyer served the tea table. Chairman of the kitchen was Mrs. Viola Dacken assisted by Mesdames Phyllis Hanna, Ella Meyer, Ida Peter, Luella Schadendorf, Arlene Behnkendorf and Florence Koestler. Out of town guests came from Cedar Falls, Mason City, Garner. Omaha, Nebr., Mankato, Minn., West Bend, Whittemore, Fonda, Emmetsburg, Lakota, Britt, Titonka, Bancroft, Fenton, Key- stone and Blue Earth, Minn., Millard, Nebi, Belmond arid Lone Rock,; ,,,.- • .„•:. <' ''.• . t They will'live in Algona where she is employed v 'at;; ISIorthwest- erh Bell Tlephone pb: and T he is farming near/Feritori^ >r and Jane went to Des. Moines i Sunday. The Vei-n Shiplers and Mrs. Hay Westluig went to Ft. Dddge and Humboldt Sunday. In Humboldt they visited the Jack Vo- Iks. Mrs. Volks and Mrs. Shipler are sisters. Birthday Circle will meet April 14 with Ella Sigsbee. Mrs. Ella Sigsbee and' Howard were guests April 3 at Sieb Behrehds, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Lee.Cole received word her sister, Mrs. Len Mitchell, Corwith, is seriously ill with neumonia'at the hospital at Jritt. Julie Graham, Ringsted, dau- hter of the Gordon Grahams, Geneva and Denise Graham, Swea City, daughters of • 'the Jruee Grahams, spent the week- •nd with the grandparents, the 0. H. Grahams. Their parents ook them, home Sunday. Richard Gebken and Robert Melville, both students: at. Ames, pent the weekend here. Richard was at home and Robert his grandmother, Mirs. Heen Vogel. The Doyle McFarlands spent April 3 in Ceylon at their a letter Monday from their son ffis address is Pvt. OS 55 888 86& ( C Mrs. George Hawcott Judy and Jane Mitchell speh the weekend 'at home. The^Keith Mitchells were also home, Jud> and Keith will spend severa days here. Mrs. Keith Mitchel daughter Mary, the Jerry Giffords. Last week Thursday Junior Girl Scouts made Easter/lilies and this week-Thursday- they will 1 present them to -the -.pa tients at Wilfair Rest Haven Maple Leaf Rest Home, and to the Helen Johnson home.;:Later in the afternoon they '-••:• wil toast marshmallows in -the Bur park.- • . • ' •• .' The ; Eugene Stewards; Min neapolis, and Ray Millers, : Es therville, were guests - Sunday a Walter Steward's for the birth days of Darnell-Miller and Mrs Eugene Steward. •••'• ••••'• The Stanley .Blacks receivec fort Leonard Wood, Mo, t. Mrs. Stanley Slack, the Chas. Schiaders and Clifford Schta- def attended "the funeral Of Frank Slohdih at the Wicks Fu^ heral home iff Eltiutfe April 4. He was the husband of the late Mrs'/Chas~ ScHrader Sr., a sis;ter. Lone Rock youth is siatt candidate Seneca —Rodney Jensen, on of the Roger Jensens, Lone lock, has-been named,as a can- idate for state 4-H officer wsts. He will go to Storm Lake April 19 to be interviewed/ He 17 and a senior at Sentral ligh school.. Rodney has been /ery active .in 4-H: work for sev ral years .and. has won many honors. •-...'., LESSONS DATED Homeinakers in Kossuth cotln y who may be faced with the problem: of "Cooking • for One Two" are urged to attend" a esson on' the' topic. on April 1 at 1:30 p.m. 1 at the'Extension Office in Algona. Teaching this les- son-willbe Mrs; Margaret Pratt; Extension Home Economist from Palo Alto county. The lesson is open to the public and is free. ' caueae Sioux City — Jean Plemel, of AJVefne, has enrolled at the Nettleton Business ^Training Allege for>thef fall tefm. stirt- ng September 6". She; if the dalt- inter of Mr, and < Mrs. Pete Pie- mel of rural LuVerne. MAN Mrs. Fred Meyef was By telephone sofl'irt-law, Max fcfoffldted,, tmrtJtt* hid Officer^ H'e*!s" a "f earner jit the; naVy'Scliool of music at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Flaig is the formef AH* rilyn Meyer .„,..„. , too rushed to chat? Ybunee'd'a . COUNCIL DELEGATE Iowa City — Judith Mitchell, Burt sophomore at the university \ of lowai will be delegate on the Women's Panhellenic Association Council at the U of ,1 during the 1966-67 year. She is representing her sorority, Delta Zeta, on .the council. ' You get hfiore done when you have a handy, helpful Trirhline* extension phone in your kitchen. So pretty-practical, too. The lighted dial comes to you! TO ORDER, call the telephone business office or ask your telephone man. Northwestern Bell Easter is the time to express your love and theughtfulness with flowers select a lily from our beautiful array . , . or cut flowers, a potted plant or an Easter Sunday corsage. Just call and we'll be happy to deliver. Remember your loved ones in distant places with "FLOWERS BY WIRE." CUT FLOWERS R OSCi _ Gladioli — Carnations — and others. POTTED PUNTS Easter LM(«s — Geraniums *Chrysanthemums — Hydrangeas' CORSAGES Orchids — Cymbidium Orchid — Gardenia — Carnations — Roses. "Huenhold's Fine Flowers' PHONE 295-2584 — all the W Ford Qalaxit) 500/XL Hardtop. One of nineteen models in the big Ford line for '66. Fairlane 500/XL Hardtop. Fastback styling, luxury interior. One of thirteen models. Mustang Hardtop, Sporty and luxurious. Convertible and fastback models also available. Algona Greenhouses VH^' jn/ieiv jiu IB AAKKklUMI ICEC'4 "VISIT QUi Gi|f NHQUSES" Buy Today! Be Ahead All The Way! TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 320 f AST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA

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