Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1971 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 22, 1971
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"I See by ADVANCE" NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND AlOONA HOME FROM TEXAS Dr. and Mrs. Andy Gotten, Joe and John have returned from a 10-day visit in Granbury, Tex. where they stayed with the former's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Godwin, and visited aunts and uncles in the area. Theresa Thilges stayed with the other Gotten children. -o- DAUGHTER BORN IN GERMANY Thelma Sires received a call Sunday evening from her son, Jim, in Heidelburg, Germany, telling of the birth of their daughter, 6 Ib. 10 oz. Deanna Jo. The infant was born at 12:15 a.m. on March 15 in Germany, but when her grandmother received the call telling of her birth, it was still the "day before" here. This is the first child for the Jim Sires and Mrs. Sires is the former Mary Jo Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker of Wesley. Thelma Sires and her daughter, Jeanie of Lombard, 111., plan to leave Chicago on May 31 and fly to Germany to spend the month of June. Jim is staioned there with the Security Division of the U.S. Army. - o MRS. JOHN THUENTE was released from St. Ann Hospital last week and is now at the home of her son and daughter- in- law, Mr. and Mr s.Jerry Thuente. For several months she had been with her daughter and son- in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sangwin, at Cherokee. MRS. W. K. SPECHT was hostess to her bridge club last Tuesday evening. High score prize went to Mrs. Clarence Macumber and Mrs. Specht had low. Mrs. William Stock was a guest. NEWCOMERS will meet on Wednesday evening, March 24, at 7:45 in the Home Federal Savings and Loan community room. One of the American Field Service students will be guest speaker. MR. AND MRS. Walter Peterson and Kim went to Ames on Tuesday and spent the night with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ostrum, Jennifer and Todd. They all went to Des Moines on Wednesday for the Algona - Des Moines North basketball game. THE ALGONA T.O.P.S. Club has been invited to spend a social evening as guests of the Titonka T.O.P.S. They will have a Style Show in the United Methodist Church fellowship room. A GET-ACQUAINTED party was held at Van's Cafe on Tuesday, March 16, for all Kossuth Restaurant operators for the promotion of Coffee Day. Guest speakers were Mrs. Robert Benck and Mrs. Tom Sampson. Pictures of Portugal were shown. Hosts were the Area Chairman, Harold Van Allen; Robert Ludwig, County Chairman and Louis Marshall. GINNY KLEIN of Algona, student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, will be doing her practice teaching during the Spring Semester. She will teach physical education at Pocahontas. Ginny is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Klein. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, is the night of the "South of the Border" Chili supper at the First United Methodist Church in Algona. (There will be homemade vegetable soup for those with "North of the Border" appetites). The public is invited to come and eat with serving to start at 5 p.m. MR. AND MRS. Robert Dickinson of Worthington, Minn, are parents of a daughter born March 14. She weighed 6 Ibs. 6 oz. and has been named Jill Renee. The Dickinsons have another daughter, Kelly Ann, who is 18 months old. Mrs. Dickinson is the former Julie Vipond and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vipond of Algona. MR. AND MRS. Alden Me Adams have returned from a two-weeks vacation in California going via plane. They stopped at Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAdams, son and daughter- in-law of Mr. McAdams Sr. Their home is at Farmington and they met the visitors at Albuquerque. From there Mr. and tors. Me Adams flew to Los Angeles and visited with Mrs.McAdam'sbro- ther John Winslow and family whose home is at Fontana. They also visited Mrs. McAdams niece and family at Riverside. The weather was ideal, flowers blooming profusely and they'vis- ited the usual tourists resorts, Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm. Fortunately there was no smog during their visit. At San Diego they saw several ships and were aboard a destroyer Mr. Winslow served on during World War 2. Puppies A family hobby of raising St. Bernard dodgs keeps the Ken Thorps and Austin Wilburs busy near Sumner. Recently their show dog, "Diamond Victor Atlas" fathered thirteen more pups. The mother is "jewel Victoria HyDee". for any formal-wear ne,ed», get. thfj,., latest styles from . . DIAMOND'S Algona • FARM-HE Providing insurance for farmers and ranchers It a very special task. It takes a full knowledge of their special needs and unique problems. It means keeplnfi up to date with •II kinds of Insurance available. . And being able to offer the exact protection required. Who's most qualified to offer this service? Search everywhere under the sun and you'll probably agree: There's no one more qualified than your State Farm agent offering Farm-Pak orotectlon. ALFRED "BUCK" BUCHNER 295-5556 iTATI FARM INiUftANCI STATE FAKM FIKl AND CASUALTY COMPANY HOME OFFICE: BLOOM)NOTON. ILLINOIS FREE HEARING AID WORKSHOP AVAILABLE TO ALL HEARING AID USERS HONSBHUCH DRUG STOHi - Alpono 0gy Thursday TtiM 10 a.m. to 12 noon -Date March 25 Have you heard the sounds of apring lately? If not maybe iti time to have your hearing checked 1 For all hearing aid uaeri spring if a good time to have your hearing aid cleaned and checked. Earmolda cleaned and checked and new tubing all abaolutely at No Charge at the workshop. PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID CENTER 1MB. Blue Earth Ave. Fairmont, Minn. ptum«ro-rni Richard Paulaon, Manager D AHLBKRO MEANING AIDS HONSBRUCH DRUG - Algona Annual Spring Parish Dinner, St. Cecelia's, 28th St. Cecelia's parish will serve its spring dinner on Sunday, March 28, from 12 noon until 5 P.m., with an inviting and appetizing menu being offered with roast beef. Those attending will have a chance to win one of three u S Savings Bonds to be given away that evening. The dinner will be served in St. Cecelia's Hall. Adult tickets are $1.75, and 75$ for children 12 and under. Everyone is welcome. BODE By Mrs. Ronald Olson Kim olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson of Bode, celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday and entertained 14 members of his first grade class at ottosen, at the Olson home. Diane Olson, a student at Cedar Falls spent the weekend at the parental Ralph Olson home. Sunday dinner guests at the Olson home were Mrs. Olsons parents Mr. and Mrs. George Solbeck of Dakota city and Ernie Simon of Humboldt. The Olsons visited at Rutland Sunday evening. Mrs. Hanna Rongved, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Mrs. Roberta Engel, Mrs. Bette Olson, Mrs. Terwilliger, and Cordelia Halsrud attended the Humboldt County Auxiliary meeting in Livermore Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fred Fanz showed slides and told of the two years she and her husband spent in Turkey in the Peace Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Don Aure left Wednesday for Colorado Springs to visit at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Neal. The two couples will go to Phoenix, Arizona to vacation for several days. Mrs. Olaf Olson celebrated her birthday Monday and several friends and relatives called at her home in the afternoon. Mrs. Olson was a dinner guest at the Dr. siekmier home Monday even- ing. Mr. andMrs.LeviSweenmoved Tuesday from the farm north of Bode into the home they bought in Bode, which was formerly owned by the Garmon Pflibsens. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Olson visited Sunday attheGeralsMac- hovecs in the Warden Plaza apartments in Fort Dodge. Mr. Machovec is manager of the Warden. Mrs. Jim Olson is recovering satisfactorily from surgery Monday at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. David Halsrud of Mason City is staying at the home of her parents in Humboldt while Ko*$ufh Ceunfy Advance - 3 Monday, March 22, 1«7t her mother is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Darrold Abbas of Oxford, Mich, were weekend visitors at the Don Bakkenhome. They came to get their little son who has spent several weeks with relatives in the area while Mrs. Abbas recovered from surgery. Paul Bakken left last Wednesday for Des Moines and by plane to Fort Leonard Wood for his basic training in the army. The beginning of Something Really Great SPRING 1971 AT GRAHAMS / '£%&" ^ ^^ \ ^^_^ v \_ ^•"S <T X >s /\ /^y ,-... v--^.'^ / 1 « T «••*' \* '*.. :W. Spring 1971 is the beginning of the fashion libcratum! Tli«> om> look season is long gone . . . today's fashions go many different ways and the individual preference conies lo the front .stronger than ever. The safe or basic look can no longer be relied on. The fashion trend for early Spring is toward creative styling for individual personalities. To match the challenge of the fashion liberation you will find our fashion shops reflecting vast themes of clothing to match the many, many different moods you wish for your look in Spring 1971. Stop in and construct your look today! \ : \ X i •c a Main aiirf MIMIC f 'oaf x $19 to $45 Junior f*re*Nc* * I 2 I 4 ACi A eee s .sort/ trill Be Your Successor^ Spring al f; rah a ins is a now sho\\ oi' soft dosi^iis (o blond and acconl your ovory cosliimo. Itoal 'Mo-^ollior" haj»s. Handbags, so sol'l. so sii|i|ilo. so ultor- ly luxurious, dilovos thai say yo ahoad play with fire-colors that strike a match with Spring. Jewelry, dramatics different . . . pick from our gala collection. Handbag* from from filorc.v from •G, J circfrjif from ' $1 '£ <o <tl ^">. /v v/ i srsn -rut«ft*:IT, X> IS G

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