Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 7
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- tir Alqono Ktmuth County THURSDAY, APRIL 21,19tt-.At.OONA, IOWA - y A J ^*S V Bariletts in limelight to ». dtttftih Awenlion y, Mn. ROiilk De Boer, »nd D»wn, weekend guests at Dave Klein's. A Cub scout pack meeting was held in the Legion April 25. hall MM. Orlin Off had gall bladder surgery Saturday and is in Allen Memorial hospital in Wa terloo. ', Mr*. Dt LM Gardner mov«d to town two weeks ago from her farm home northwest of town and is now living in an apartment at Van Buren's Court, j Dr. and Mr». 6. B. Mathiaiah and four of their five childreh were here for the weekend of April 15-17 and Dr. Matliiasen attended a medical meeting at Fort Dodge on that Saturday. His wife is the former ArleTte Hargreaves and they visited her parents, the Harry Hargreayes; Two sisters of Judgr 0. W. Stillman arrived Friday for/a visit at the Stillman home. Miss Vadine Stillman came from Bur lington where she. is a county home economist and remained only for the weekend. Mrs. Ray Coon, of Kemptville, Nova Scotia, came from California where she had spent the winter and will remain longer. Mr». G. W. Stillman will fly from Mason City next Wednesday to Williamsburg, Va., for a visit with her son-in-law ant daughter, Dr. and Mrs. John Morrill, and their two daughters She will be away ten days am hopes to see much of the re constructed Williamsburg whil there. Dr. Morrill is now on the ege in the Biology department. Mrl. ethti f rwhtt, It, fittl, was a guest of Mr*. Leslie Wai- ker from Thursday to Suftdty. She lived at Bancroft nuny years ago and i* a former Led* yard teacher. She ctme here from Fort Dodge when she hid visited Emma Addlphttm, who also once lived at Bancroft, and still very keen and alert although she will be 96 years old next Saturday. A niece lives with her. Mrs. Froehle went from here to Bancroft to visit old friends and while here also saw Mrs. A, E. Clayton, Mrs; W. C. Dewel, and Ida Peterson, who also lived at Bancroft and Mrs. Clayton too was a Ledyard teacher. WMkcnd visitor* at the Harm Helmers home were Beverly Helmers and Mr. and Mrs. John Bloodhart and daughter, Alison Iowa City. Bev is employed the University hospital. Also here for the weekend were the Eldon Helmers family of Deni son where Mr. Helmers is em ployed and they have moved re cently. Other weekend visitor Afid Ultdft Rippentrop, erf Bade, and Mr. and Mrs. John Polley Mid B*ft Bwwart of AJgona. Or. and M«. D«n*M J, ftto* field will be ill Davenport, Monday through Wednesday of next week *tefe he will attend an optoffletric convention. Sfttuft - Th€ C. D. nient ftftef CdfriplelWl practicing dentistry in for the variou* tivities he ably completed. faculty of William and Mary col- were Mr. and Mrs, F. Bakken ANNUAL PUNT SALE ALQOM 6ARDEN CLUB ANNUALS - PERENNIALS A OPPORTUNITY TABLi FRIDAY, APRIL 29 STARTING 9 A.M. AT BRADLEY BUILDING ACROSS SOUTH FROM COURT HOUSE WHEN THE CIRCLE K Club of Morning side College held its annual initiation meeting at the college Commons, the Bartletts of Algona were in the limelight. William Bartlett (left) had just completed his term of office as Circle K president. Principal speaker was Wes Bartlett'(center) who is William's father and an International Trustee of Kiwanis. The young man at the right is Dennis Wittmer of Fairmont, Minn., the club's newly elected president. Circle K is a Kiwanis service club for college men and is sponsored by the Morningside senior organization. Luncheon for Rotary wives here Friday A luncheon served at the Country Club Friday noon was a high spot for the Rotary Anns who accompanied their husbands here for the District convention The of Rotary last weekend, tables were done in blue and gold, Rotary colors, with strips of dark blue crepe paper down the center of each table. Nut cups of the same colors were alternated, at the place settings. Centef pieceg which had been, made by a comWittSe'were very colorful and different. Styrofoam cones standing on gilt flower pots had been covered with all manner and color of artificial flowers which were pinned in and created a very festive appearance in the dining room. Mrs. Don Nelson, chairman of the luncheon committee, presided and after welcoming guests presented: Mrs, Elmer lintthart, wife of the District governor; Mrs. James Wesley, wife of the governor-elect; Mrs. Joseph Werner, whose husband was here representing International Rotary; Mrs. C. 'R. Schoby, wife of tiie local president; Mrs. John Claude whose husband handlec tickets and reservations; and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, chairman for the evening dinner. Following the meal there was a style show with Mesdames R M. Thoreson and Chas. Sheakley in charge. Narrator was Dotty Greenberg and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish who played during the meal, was also at the organ as the models paraded. For the Chrischilles Store, Clara Shilts modeled a mesh, costume suit and a summer suit of wash and wear material; Mrs. M. R. Baldwin, slacks and a trench coat; Mrs. Dean Koob, a linen dress; and Sue Moulton, a sports outfit, and later a blue dress for juniors; Mrs. Dean Taylor, a silk suit, and a summer sport skirt nd shell. For Penneys, Shawn Rooney modeled a small boy's suit, also a trousers and shirt. He was ac- ompanied by Tracy Shaw in a dotted Swiss and also in rain vear; Mrs. J. M. Rooney, a vhite vinyl jacket with blue slacks and a shell, also a three Viola Studar piece suit. Pat Shaw " piece"*suit, wore and a The Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free church met April 27 with Mrs. Chloie Simpson who moved recently from Wesley to Britt. The Frank Hauptlys visited the George Petersons at Titonka Friday. Mrs. Bob Bolenus attended the Republican spring meeting of the 6th District Republican Women at Estherville. The Kossuth Republican women were given recognition and won the traveling trophy. Mrs. Jim Olsen was a patient ^rt outfit with shorts, shell, and coat. Mrs, John Love modeled for the Christensen Store, a brown summer dress, and a two piece wool suit; Mrs. Leroy Strohman wore a seersucker shorts outfit and later a three piece suit; Mrs. Gordon Schmidt modeled sports wear and a two piece sleeveless white dress. For Sheakleys, Mrs. J. B. Harris modeled a dacron voile dress, and a slacks outfit with parka; Mrs. Robert Diekmann, a sleeveless dress and a light blue suit; Mrs. Fred Kent. Jr., a shirtwaist dress and a polka dot voile; Peg Adams, a three piece suit and a three piece jacket dress. The afternoon ended with bridge or golf for those who wished to play, and the Rotary club ran a taxi service shuttling visitors back and forth from town. in 'the Britt hospital several days last week for medical care. Her mother Mrs. Baumgartner, and daughter, Mason City, were at the Olsen home during her absence. Bishop Greteman will administer the Sacrament of Confir- BIG HIT BO "hep" with the pre-teens! The reward of excellence from our BULOVA GRADUATION COLLECTION • White Courreges-type -similar to those worn on "Hullabaloo" and "Shindig"! • "Pervel" uppers - water, repellent, scuff resistant, durable, . v lightweight, wipe clean, ?/• comfortable! f; • Skinfit foam-backed Nylon „ {/ tricot linings! • Vinyl beveled heels, long-wearing compos sition soles. /«>' If AOINC UD» "M Beauty captured in a fine 21 jewel watch. Yellow or white. With a Bulova you give more than a watch - you give a fine name, excellent workmanship and the distinction of elegant good taste. 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