The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1967 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

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Tuesday, March 21, 1967
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!6-AI 8 ono, (la.) Upper DM MolitM Tuesday, More*. 21, 1*67 Hair Stylists Win Honors Maureen Lentsch, of Algona SOCIAL CALENDAR received the second place trophy for her creative hair styles at the La' James College of Hairstyling of Mason City, Iowa. Those receiving honorable mention for their creative hair styles were: Sheila Frlderes, Florence (McGulre) Doyle, Lynne Norton, and Lavonne Hauptman of Algona, Ardith Harms, Donna Rafdal, and Nola Boekeltnan of Titonka, and Linda Knoll of Lone Rock, who are all students at La' James School of Cosmetology. The contest was presented Tuesday evening, March 14, in the Holy Family Church Auditorium. DAUGHTER ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ernst of Whittemore . announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to Larry Scobba, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Scobba of Algona. An April 29 wedding is planned. AROUND ALGONA MR. AND MRS. Harold Cowan visited his uncle, Wood Cov.'ui, 80, on Jekyll Island of the coast of Georgia recently while on a trip south. Wood Cowan is a former Algona resident who has lived on the east coast, where he has been a cartoonist and illustrator, for many years. - o - BABY BAPTIZED Baptismal rites wereheldSun- day, March 12, in the Methodist church for Michele Yvonne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hutchison of Marshalltown. Rev. William Noland officia'ed. They were guest? of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison. - o - SEWING CLUB Mrs. James Kolp is entertaining her sewing club March 21. - o - FEDERATED CLUB The Women's Federated Club met Monday with Mrs. Perry Collins. The foreign student, Sutira Soipet of Thailand gave a talk. - o - BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. John Cash is entertaining her birthday club Thursday. The anniversary of Mrs. Ray Potter will be observed. - o - CARD CLUBS Mrs. Alex Demand is entertaining her bridge club Wednesday. The Eight Specks 500 Club meets Wednesday evening with Mrs. Mabel Lee. - o - TWO BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purcell had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rehfedt, parents of Mrs. Purcell, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Bowden, sister and brother- in-law of Mrs. Purcell, all of Sioux Falls, S. D. The birthdays of Tommy and Debbie Purcell were celebrated. » o - TWO ANNIVERSARIES Two wedding anniversaries were celebrated Sunday, March 12, when Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, Algona, and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sarchet, Burt, were honored at adinner at Van'sCafe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet have been married for 47 years and the Richard Sarchets six years. Present were the Roy Sarchets, the Richard Sarchets and daughter, Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and four children, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Romstad, Des Moines, Jessie Sarchet and Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Algona. After dinner a social afternoon was spent at the Richard Sarchet home. I** n \\ -\ J J 1 "-•-•- ^ -^ ^ ESS! T JL EVERY MAN WANTS TO LOOK HIS EASTER BEST . . . CHOOSE YOUR WARDROBE FROM ZENDER' TOP-QUALITY NATIONALLY KNOWN BRAN! Wfl ~ f Suits Sharkskins of wool or silk & wool in the latest shades of clay olive, blue olive, silver grey, gold brown, blue black, etc. from these name brand manufacturers — J & F, Hyde Park, Middishade, Cricketeer. Hats by CHAMP & STETSON AH sizes and colors. Shirts by nationally famous Arrow in Sfa-Prest cotton, and dacron & cotton. Ties by REGAL & STOREY Shoes Latest styles & colors by Portage. FOR THE WELL-DRESSED YOUNGSTER MAY WE SUGGEST • SUITS • SPORTCOATS I^BAAZ E R S by LEE WALD ^'»« *«»'«»'H».1^.1^11^ H^.,^1 ^11^,^..^.^, . SMART MEN HAVE BEEN COMING TO ZENDER'S » F r° R .,J HE PAST 4S YEARS... THIS SPRING WILL BE NO DIFFERENT ... BE SMART . . . TRY ZENDER'S END QUALITY MENS & BOYS CLOTHING

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