Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1971 · Page 12
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12 - Kojsuth County Advanc* Monday, April 5, 1971 Iowa Lakes Singing Group To Tour Area The 24-member Madrigal- pops singing group of Iowa Lakes Community College will present concerts in area high schools and junior high schools April 5, 6, 7 and 8. Appearances scheduled are Graettinger, Ruthven and Lincoln-Central April 5; Swea City, Algona public school and Twin Rivers of Bode April 6; Spirit Lake, Emmetsburg and Estherville junior high April 7; and Ringsted, Armstrong and Estherville High School April 8. The program will consist of songs in pop style with choreography, a cappella madrigal selections, solos, and numbers by a girls' trio and a boys' quartet. A combo will accompany the group. Singers appearing with the Madrigal-pops group are Barb Bloomquist, Estherville; Diane Mathias, Gruver; Sue Tvedte, Estherville; Murlaine Maas, Ringsted; Carolyn Danielson, Estherville; and Kathy Krenn, Estherville, all sopranos. Alto singers are Carolyn Clague, Estherville; Dorothy Johnson, Laurens; Laci Jacobsen, Lake Park; Margaret Gentry, Spirit Lake; Jackie Gowans, Emmetsburg; and Karen Stangland, Sheldon. Singers in the tenor section are Jack Jones, Milford; Greg Payne, Primghar; Ron olney, Dolliver; Bill Burt, Algona; Jim Boggess, Estherville; and Bob McGuire, Algona. Basses are Jon Ellerston, Ringsted; Roger Bolty, Estherville; Mike Clague, Estherville; Marshall Enderlin, Fonda; Mark Olson, Dolliver; and Roger Hanson, Fenton. Livermore Club Members At * James Thomas, wife of Bishop Thomas, Des Moines, at a morning coffee at Grace United Methodist Church in Spencer Monday. As a thank you to the W.S.C S ladies who financed her trip 'to South America with Bishop Thomas, she told the ladies about her trip and showed many beautiful slides she had taken. - o Past and present Marthas will be honored at the April 13 meeting of Kossuth Chapter, Eastern Star. Hostesses for the fellowship hour will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Mrs. Fred Hilton and Mrs. Earl Stott. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion, Sr., Lone Rock, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms to Marion, la. for a weekend visit at the Bill Champion, Jr. home. While there they celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. Champion, Sr. and Belinda Champion. MOST COMFORTABLE Renwick Meeting • HOBS, AJooncc Jdwa 50511 LIVERMORE - Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Margarite Wyman, all members of the 20th Century Club, attended the Humboldt County Federation of Women's Clubs all-day meeting at the United Methodist Church in Renwick Monday. The Fortnightly Club of Renwick acted as hostesses. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. Eddie Bygness, followed by meditation by Rev.DonGlazer. Mrs. Fay Davenport, Rutland, gave the pledge of allegiance. Mrs. Glazer, wife of the minister, sang "How Great Thou Art", followed by a talk on departmental environment by Mrs. Norman Holland of Bode, sixth district director. The noon luncheon was served Wins Wartburg Scholarship Jim Harris (right), son of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris Jr of Al gone., is one of 26 recipients of Regents Merit Scholars'hips at Wartburg College, Waverly, la. The Algona High School senio will receive an award of at least $500. The awards announce- men, , ook pa , a , un heon whkh conc|uded Q two . monfh process in wh.ch these students were selected from an original list 105 candidates. All awards are renewable each year pending maintenance of a minimum grade-point average' Wartburg President John W. Bachman (left) is congratulating ' BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" • LUVERNE * WESLEY * WONKA * CORWITH * RENWICK at the church, folio wed by a memorial service for three county members who had died during the past year. This was in charge of Mrs. Jessamine Miller. She was also presented a corsage by the Fortnightly Club as she had organized this club when she lived in Renwick and was county chairman. Guest speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Glen Stockdale of Aplington, state president of Federated Clubs. Her talk was on "attitudes". A duet was sung by Mrs. Norman Peer and Mrs. Stanley McQuerry of Renwick preceding the talk. - o - RECENT VISITORS Several members of Mrs. Frank Sprong's family have been here to visit her during the past month. Mrs. Sprong has been in Bethesda General Hospital in Ft. Dodge but is now home again at the home of her daughter, Naomi, the Roy Salmons. Visitors that have been here from a distance are Mrs. Treva Cash, Rock Hill, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sprong and Mrs. Geo. Chiftis, Renton, Wash., who spent Algona Retail Stores will be open on GOOD FRIDAY Our Employees Will Be Permitted To Attend The Church Services Of Their Choice That Day ... We Encourage Others To Do The Same RETAIL BUREAU of the I ALGONA CHAMBER i OF COMMERCE a week here with Mr. Sprong, flying back to their home from Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Al Weaver, Pat Harzuesky and boys, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sprong and Peggy, Delavan, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz, Tripoli; Sharon Braatz, Waterloo; and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and Ben, Ft. Dodge. - o Harold Frederick, who has been a patient at the Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge, underwent surgery Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Myers, Humboldt, were visitors in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner, Monday evening. Jacob Michelson is a medical patient at the Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge. Burt Women At Methodist Spring Meeting BURT — Members of the Burt Woman's Club who attended the spring county meeting at the Algona United Methodist Church Tuesday were Mrs. Tom Herrick, Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Pat Bradley, Mrs. Mike Scott, Mrs. James Christensen, Mrs. Howard McMullen, Mrs. Bill Boettcher and Lulu Hawcott. Mrs. Paul Espe and Mrs. Don Reimers were there in the morning and assisted in readying things for the meeting. The Burt club was in charge of the decorations and table favors. The committee in charge were Benita Mitchell, Janice Reimers, Mary Jean Andrews, Vera Bradley and Connie Espe. Speakers at the meeting were Mrs. Norman Rolland, Bode, 6th district director, and Mrs. Olga Wortman. - o HONOR MRS. THOMAS Mesdames Dean Andrews, Milfred Smith, O.H. Graham, Walter Campney, John Spear, Clifford Lovstad, Delbert Schaeller, and Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton were among the many Women's Society members from the Spencer district who honored Mrs. CONSIDER CHRISCHILLES' Irvington By MM Melon BOWLING TOURNEY Blanche Long, Jean Meyer, Violet Plemel, all of Algona, and Jean Metzen of this area, bowled in the Farm Bureau state tournament March 25 at the lanes in the East Gate Shopping Center, Des Moines. - o Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson March 31 in honor of Mrs. Olson's birthday were Martha Riedel, Burt; Mrs. Stanley Riedel, Rowan; and the Dennis Olsons. Martha Riedel and Mrs. Olson are sisters. FIRST IN A SERIES Joyce Ferstl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferstl, accompanied Mrs. Pauline pfeffer to Ames the weekend of March 27 where they visited at the John Pfeffer home. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmitt March 28 were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phipps and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Phipps, all of Sioux Rapids, andtheOrlan Schmitts, Algona. Mrs. Ed Schmitt and Mrs. Ernest Phipps are sisters. The Wilfred Schneiders were LIVE Easter Lilies 3 or More Blooms $2^9 recently in California where they visited Mrs. Opal Barker and family atEscondido, but formerly of this vicinity. The Schneiders rent Mrs. Barker's farm land In Riverdale township. The open house at the Irvington Elevator March 26 was well attended. Doughnuts and coffee were served and there was a drawing for three hams. Bernard Capesius, Edward Arend and Joe Kenne were the lucky winners. BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN ALGONA . . huge selection! . . . Mrs. Gladys Dreyer selects one of the thousands of dresses available in all sizes for Easter at. . . "SERVING KOSSUTH COUNTY FOR 101 YEARS' m I I I I I Hundreds of Specials in the big •• I I I I Now in Progress— 1 • • MB. — _. _ ~ • HONSBRUCH Rexall DRUG I I

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