Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 10
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"I see by the Advance..." — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — FIRST CHILD Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vigdal are parents of their first child, a daughter, born Monday, March 22, at St. Ann Hospital. She weighed 9 Ibs. 8 oz. and has been named Robin Renae. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Vigdal of Whittemore. Mrs. Larry Vigdal is the former Karie Peterson, she and her husband have been living at Des Plaines, m., where he was associated with Northwest Airlines. Three weeks ago the Petersons went to Illinois to bring their daughter to Algona as Mr. Vigdal was unexpectedly transferred to Anchorage, Alaska. His wife expects to join him there at a later date. - o - SEVENTH SON Mr. and Mrs. Philip Menke of New Richmond, Wise., are parents of an 8 Ib. 1 oz. boy born March 20. The baby has been named Andrew Scott, paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke of Bancroft. Philips is their 7th son and Andrew is their 7th grandson. They have two granddaughters. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baas of Algona. This is their first grandchild. - o - DAUGHTER BORN Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hannover, Whittemore, are parents of a 7 Ib. 6 1/2 oz. daughter born at St. Ann Hospital on Tuesday, March 23. She has been named Debra Lynn and has a brother, Darren, who is two. Mrs. Hannover is the former Diana Rentz and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rentz of Algona and the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hannover of Whittemore. - o - CDA M & D BANQUET Algona CDA Court 283 will hold its annual Mother sand Daughters Banquet on Wednesday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. in St. Cecelia's Hall. Tickets for everyone will be $1.25. Reservations should be made by April 6 or at the monthly meeting. Reservations may be made with Carol Ludwig at 295-7198, Eileen Lamplight 295-5860 or Delores Winkel295- 5450. - o HOME FROM FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Bill Naylor returned last week from a two weeks trip to Florida. They visited with Mrs. Naylor's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roden- busch and a sister, Mr. andMrs. John Twietmeyer, both families at Fort Lauderdale. On the return trip home they stopped at Dade City in Florida for a short visit with the Leonard Olsons. - o - 5TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Erby Shipler entertained six small boys at a birthday party on Saturday, March 20, honoring the Shipler's son, Ricky on his fifth birthday. The honoree's sister, Glori, helped with the games and refreshments. Guests were Scott Cook, Channon Mawdsley, Steve Andreasen, David Hedlund, Doug Modrelland Pat Bernardo. -o NEWCOMERS Newcomers met last Wednesday evening at the Home Federal building with hostesses, Jan Walton, Judy Baird and Kris Petersen. 500 winners were Shirley Schmitt, high; Rosemary Matthews, low. At bridge, Arliss Blackledge had high score and Eileen Fox, low. Inez Shaffer won the door prize. - o HONOR SOCIETY Brian Hrubes of Wesley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hrubes, has been accepted as a temporary member of the Hamilton College Honor Society with a grade point average of 3.75. A student is required to have had an average of 3.40 or above during the previous quarter. - o IN HOSPITAL Wendell Feaster will enter Park Memorial Hospital at Mason City today (Monday) where he will have back surgery on Tuesday. He received a back injury several weeks ago and the surgery will correct a slipped disc. - o - WRESTLING POT LUCK The Wrestling Boosters potluck dinner honoring all wrestlers at the Algona Community High School will be held in the on Tuesday evening, FCA TO MEET An Adult FCA meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Sid's Cafe. - o A FIRST COMMUNION dinner was held Sunday, March 21, at the George Jergens home in honor of their granddaughter, Jackie, daughter of the Jerry Jergens. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reynolds and Sue Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sarchet, and family; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Steinman and family; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elsbecker; Mr. andMrs. Jim Jergens and the Jerry Jergens family, all of Algona. MR. AND MRS. Stan Muckey and Jim spent the weekend at Shakopee, Minn, with Mrs. Muckey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blinkman. Mr. Blinkman entered the hospital there on Sunday for tests and possible surgery. MR. AND MRS. Robert Williams and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey went to Des Moines Saturday afternoon where the Williams spent the weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams. Mrs. Muckey went to Ankeny for the weekend with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickett. WINNER Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harms of Allison, won a European trip along with other trophies for Harms' being named the Master Soybean Grower of Iowa 1970. Harms had a yield of 65.58 bu. per acre, exactly double the Iowa average. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Darius Derr, Sr., Farmington, observed their 60th wedding anniversary on March 14 at a reception attended by 160 relatives and friends. AlldrCV Ber2U.ni IS iVTcir 20 Commercial College in 1968. She Debra Nyman demonstrated the 10 — Kossuth County Advance _ Monday, March 29, 1971 *••**••-^-*«^MA«HB-M«. VM _ M 0M d IBM^HaBMMMM«. MUM is employed by Surgical Associates, Mason City. The groom was graduated from Mason City High School in 1966 and served in the U.S. Army in Germany for three years. He is employed by Armour Company, Mason City. - o - SENECA STARS 4-H The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their March meeting at the home of Debra Nyman. Fifteen members answered roll call by naming a vegetable which each had never eaten. During the business meeting the group made plans for Algona 4-H Day which is scheduled for Saturday, April 3. Thegroupalso made final plans for the lunch which they and the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club will be serving at the late Clarence Menz sale which will take place this Saturday. Debra Nyman demonstrated the making of "Now, Chowder" whicl she later served for refreshments. Guest mothers were Mrs. Lewis Breese and Mrs. Kenneth Andre. Both leaders, Mrs. Robert Lynch, organization andMrs. Joe Madden, project leader, were present. Rhonda Bauer will be the April hostess. Ellen Lynch, reporter. HONOREES Ida Grove's former basketball coach and school superintendent and girls' all-state player in the '2ffs were honored by the Iowa Girls' Athletic Union last month. C. W. Sankey, former coach, was given the Jack NorthCommemora- tive Award which is the highest honor paid by the Union. Mrs. Dorothy Anderson Coil was named to the Hall of Fame. Both are still Ida Grove residents. Subscribe to the official county newspapers.- Only $6 per yearj for both the Advance and Upper ; Des' Moines . »' .•'.-,. Bride Of Alvin Gabel SENECA - Audrey Mae Bergum, daughter of Art Bergum, and the late Mrs. Bergum, of Bancroft (Seneca) and Alvin Lee Gabel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gabel of Mason city, were united in marriage Saturday, March 20, at the Trinity Lutheran Church at Mason city. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lavern R. Hanson at two o'clock. Nuptial music was provided by, Mrs. Wallace Allen, organist, who also accompanied the soloist, Nancy Frank, Mason City, as she sang "Before Thine Altar" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. The bridal gown had been fashioned by the bride. Attending as maid of honor was a close friend, Mrs. Walter Grant, Jr. of Winnebago, Minn. William Maxwell, Jr. of Des Moines, was best man. Ushers were Larry Cooper, Marion, la.; Charles Johnson, Mason City; Edward Bergum, Seneca and Robert Anderson, Ledyard, both cousins of the bride. Mrs. Emory Cooper of Hampton, la., registered the 125 guests attending the ceremony and reception at the Fellowship Hall of the Trinity Lutheran Church. Punch was dipped by Mrs. Dennis SPRING DRESS SHIRTS $5 Golden Vee' This spring, treat yourself to a comfortable Dacron/polyester/cotton shirt by Golden Vee. Special Endura Press process means no ironing, no touch-ups. New spring colors mean excitement - forest, plum, sunrise, pale melon, red, natural and gold. Long point collar styling. Size* 14'/2-17. CHARGE AT YOUR S&L STORE Wiseman, Mason City and Mrs. Aldo Giofred. Coffee servers were aunts of the bride, Mrs. Donald Larsen, Burt and Mrs. William Pettiecord, Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum, rural Bancroft (Seneca) were dining room host and hostess. Waitresses included Donna Larsen, Algona, and Barbara Anderson, Ledyard, both cousins of the bride, and Diana Cooper of Hampton. The wedding gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. John Grover, Marion, la., and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mason City. Out of town guests were from Davenport; Seattle, Wash.; Westmont, m.; Marion, la.; Winnebago, Minn.; Belmond, Hampton, Muscatine, Ledyard, Burt, Lakota, Bancroft, Fenton, Des Moines and Lone Rock, la.; and Mankato, Minn. Following a week's honeymoon the newlywedsareathomeat946- 11th N.E. Mason City. The bride is a 19 67 graduate of Sentral High School, Fenton, and was graduated from the Mankato Missions Conference Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. - April 1, 2, 3, 4 Thursday thru Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:30, Morning WorHship 10:30 a.m., Evening Service at 7:30 p.m. Missionary HAROLD DARK Missionary & Mrs. JOHN ABUHL * 4 SPIRIT-FILLED DAYS & NIGHTS * * Field reports from Africa * Colored Slides * Audios from God's word * Challenge your "Missions" outlook. REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH Elm & Wooster Sts. Algona, Iowa Host Pastor Charles Hawkins New Listing 3 bedroom — one story 6 room home — recently redecorated throughout — possession within 30 days from date of contract of sale. Located in South Central Algona within walking distance to downtown, churches, supermarkets, post office, etc. Homes like this won't be on the market very long - SEE IT NOW. HERBST REAL ESTATE JOEL M. HERBST - REAL ESTATE BROKER - 295-3733 LA D JL H ^ BST ~ REAl ESTATE BROKER ~ 295-3733 HAROLD C. 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