Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
Page 8
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LC6NA (lew.) ADVANCE gives programs inSeweaarea Seneca — llie Blakjer Luth- er League and the St. Paul's league, Ringsted, were hosts to 100 last SUflday at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. A Lutheran -Gospel -team of five members gave a program and Showed slides of a Detent trip to Scandanavian countries. , Supper was Served at 5:30 at the church ( »t 7 o'clock. A choir of teenagers .from the Blakjer, . St. Pauls, St.* Johns and Presbyterian congregations with ; members of the gospel team sang. 'The group-had a part in the Sunday services at both St. , Paul's, Ringsted and Blakjer, Seneca. They were guests of the Blakjer congregation at dinner . at noon and then gave a program here in the early afternoon. The Ted Jensens and Gaylord Olseris are adult spon- .-] sors for the local League. f ! * Mrs. Cecil Baldwin had the £ast Matrons at-her home Saturday. Guests included Mrs yera Heathman, Mrs. iOma Mangold, Mrs. Evelyn Tate, Mrs Georgia Fleir, MrsT'Jesse Rob insqn .and Mrs. Marge Colgroye, all Armstrong; Mrs. Edna Olson ,and .Mrs" Nellie Lund, Ringsted and 4 Mrs. Mandelihe England Engaged Ledyard — Mr. and Mrs. John Larson of Stephen, Minn., anr nounce the engagement of their daughter, Jean Kathryn, to -Merritt F. Ploeger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger of Ledyard. Miss .Larson attended North Park College in Chicago, ,111., and the State Teachers College in Mayville, N.D. She is an Ele mentary teacher in .the Robbinsdale, Minn, schools/-.'. A July wedding is being planned; ' .'' "' : : -/ '"'••' • Se,rie.ca.! " The Olaf Oftedahls visited their daughter the Jerry Jacobs, Eagle Grove, Sunday. They also visited their daughter, the Bruce Hills, Webster City. The Jack v LfOofts, Rochester,' Minn., were weekend guests at el&ftty ixJoft'S. The Mortis Jensens ( .Cedaf Falls, aftd Alfred Peter-sens were 'last Sunday guests at ,O. ft. •Paft&rsoflls, rural Ringsted, The 'G.'O. Baileys were Saturday callers. ^Relatives of Mrs. Norman Thompson, San Bernardino, Ca- Mf., received word 'last week she is seriously ill. Her daughter, LaVonne, Mrs. Kenneth Campbell, Colo, -left for California last week to help-care for her mother. The* Thompsons are former Setieca area' residents. Her address is' 5$0i Palomar Ave., San Bernardino, Calif. Sunday guests of the -David LooCts included :-their gr.a.rtdmo- ther, Mrs, JBfertha Romtrfer, Algona; .the Jack Loofts,-Roches- ter, Minn., and the Henry Loo- fts. Rodney Jensen, son of the Roger Jensens, went to Storm, Lake last Tuesday/and was interviewed as a possible candidate for a state 4-H office. Rodney was a recent winner of a state grain marketing, award. He is a senior at Sentral high school. The Wayne Lynches attended the wedding of former ,Kossuth home economist, Lois Busch, and Rogert Stauffer, Allison, April 16. , ^, The Sentral nigh school music groups received 3 'division I ratings at ithe contest at Pocar hontas .Saturday. ; The band, mi- -xed chorus and the girl's glee club received the division I ra- ling. •'•••• "^ - - '''- : '. ' •Lutheran Church Women of the Emnietsburg Conference AVill hold a spring conference al the First Lutheran church at 'Estherville April 29. Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Edna Jo- hann,£scn were named ,dele,gatej and" alternate ftfom the local A.L.C.W. ' , , JL, The Alfred Peterseris and their" weekend guests, the Eu> gene Friests, Badger, dtove to Arnolds Park SiihdSy"," and visi* tsd Mrs. Priest's parents, the Elmer priests, who Have' & $& sort there. - ' \ \ MRS. Iktna Mueller .and Lena Jentz spent SatUrd'aV their sisters r Mrs. Sii Fairmont, and were.f-'r guests ,of another sii flarvey Higleys, .also Mrs. Alfred peters Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. ~ and Mrs. Lucille Sentral ,school lunch personnel; " /' "•;-••'-' ' ,, • are to atted a £te.te ihql .iuncli , -Saneca, and Fred Browns, Masori City, were ffSeaftt visitor's" at Nellie Thorson's, Riftgsted. ** * "i f'/ r NAMED OUTSTANDING StSye. L. Ostrum, -•former Al- gofl&n now of DubUque, has ,been .selected 4o appear in the 1966 edition of Outstanding Young Men, of America. , This 'is in recognition of his outstanding abiii,tyy, accomplishments and serviceTttf fiis community, coun- ,try and' ^profession. Publication date for the ,book listing Outstanding i Voung Men of Amen ipa will be July, 1. ; f i i Annual Sandbox Project May 4th -May 7th •- % «JST •> • c *^™ v i Wheelbarrow of Sand - $1.00 Tire for Sand - $1.50 — CALL! NOW —r,- 295-2280 296-2594 ^ 295-2169 SPONSORED BY ALGONA The Open House at 210 E. Oak Friday & Saturday SEE US FOR were pleased to install tha tile, counter out this lovely home. • Linoleum • formica Tops • Carpet Installation FREE and floors thru- Flow Up • Cerimic Tile • Floor Sariiig Phone 5-5280 Between ,8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Rhone 5-5334, 6-3420, 5-28,13 .During The ,D«y ALGONA, IOWA '••<? vut completely Call and Phillips Street Carpeting by . . + Bigelow Furnishings by . . . + Selig * Sealy + Flexsteel + Johnson Carper HOM Showing Saturday and Sunday Saturday 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. - Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. "»«V*lfr!"«—c-ntnns F**** at 210 Eaft Oak Street — Just two block* off North Jon«$ Street — FURNITURE AND WATSON INTERIORS Pboae 6-221J 'Your Complete NOM FmiiHai Nia*|iMrtifi 9

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