Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1971 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 26, 1971
Page 14
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Algona Student Is Candidate Freshman candidates for royalty for Spring Week at ,„,,, State College Apnl 25-30: (front row, from left) - Kim Fetters HIW M y Mdau 9 hlin - Papillion; Susan Walters, North \M *Vi J< ' f^ ar V Goergen, Osage, Iowa; (back row, from left) - M.ke O Brien, Pine Hill, N.J.; Terry Ziegler, Superior- Tom Froehhch, Algona, Iowa. Six upperclassmen also aw candidates for royalty. The identity of the king and queen was to be revealed at a dance last Sunday. 3 "I see by the Advance ..." — NEWS BR/EFS FROM AROUND ALGONA FOUR CORNERS Mother and Daughters Club met April 8 at the Good Hope Methodist Church with Irene Holdren and Marge Davis the hostesses. An auction of wrapped articles was held and the program committee was Grace Bjustrom and Evelyn Me Neill. Gladys Eisenbarth and Marlys Bjustrom showed slides and gave a talk on Growing Flowers. New club members are Trudy Devine, Minnie Walker and Virginia Broesder. The next meeting will be a May breakfast on May 13 at the home of Marilyn Bjustrom with Sue Bjustrom assisting. Each member is to bring an artificial corsage for an exchange. MRS. JACK HERNON entertained her bridge club last Tues- day evening. High spore prize went to Marlene Dutton and Sue Anderson had low. Guests in the absence of Hazel Dermand and Helen Ferris were Vivian Hagen and Marlene Dutton. MRS. JOHN HOPKINS spent the weekend at Ames as guest of her daughter, Pat, for Mothers Weekend at Iowa State University, pat, a sophomore student, was recently elected president of Sadler House for the Spring Quarter and Fall and Winter Quarters of the 1971-72 school year. A 1969 graduate of the Algona High School, Pat is an English major. t MR. AND MRS. John Kohlhaas returned recently from Corpus Christi, Tex., where they wintered for three months. THE TOP three teams in the St. Ann Hospital Auxiliary 500 Round Rob'in for March are; Adella Ulses and Colette Rockier 20,310; Clara Weydert and Kate Sheppard - 18,420; Adeline Wagner and Alvina Wagner - 18,310. Be sure to fill out the form on your rules sheet for play this fall. Anyone interested in playing and wanting information may call Nelda Finn at 295-2100 or Joan Mertz, 295-7022. It is not 'necessary to be a member of the Hospital Auxiliary to play in the Round Robin. MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton, Jr., were weekend guests of their daughter, Phyllis and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Williamson at Ames. Mrs. Moulton and Mrs. Williamson attended Mothers Weekend at the University where Phyllis is a junior. WENDELL FEASTER came home Tuesday from Park Memorial Hospital at Mason City where he had been a patient for three weeks following back surgery on March 30. Mrs. Feaster has resumed her work at Sheakley's after being with her husband while he was hospitalized. Mr. and Mrs. Don Craft of Wat- 14 — Kossuth County Advanc* Monday, April 26, 1971 erloo, former Algonans, were unexpected visitors of Mr. Feaster at the hospital on Sunday, April 18. MR. AND MRS. Bill Sigsbee and two children recently moved from Rochester, Minn, to Platteville, Wise., where he is manager of a Montgomery Ward retail store. SHELLEY LINN Feaster, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feaster, was baptized on Easter Sunday by the Rev. Walter F. Morz during services at the First Presbyterian Church. Attending the baptism were her grandparents, Mr.andMrs.May- nard Kueck and Mrs. Wendell Feaster (Grandpa Feaster was a hospital patient). Mrs. Ole Knutson of Bradgate, the infant's paternal great-grandmother, was also present. MR. AND MRS. Ray N. Besch and Mary, and their daughter Donna, Mrs. Dennis Stein, Kelly and Tammy, all of Minneapolis, came for the funeral on Tuesday of Bertha Thuente. They were Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long and Mr. and Mrs. jack Grandgenett. Mrs. Besch, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Grandgenett are sisters, the former Betty, Ida and Gertrude Stoffel. MR. AND MRS. Marlin Edwards are newcomers to Algona. Mr. Edwards is an agronomist with Pioneer Hi-Bred and they are living at 1615 East Nebraska Street. ALGONA T.O.P.S. Club met Wednesday night at St. Ann Hospital with their newly elected leader, Clara Keith, presiding at the business meeting. The club voted to purchase a scale for the hospital and to present them with a gift of money in appreciation for using their facilities each week. The girls will have a picnic on May 19 at Smith Lake with invited guests also to attend. Secret Sisters were drawn, to be valid until the end of the year. T.O.P.S. Weight Recorder, Tillie Ristau, was honored for having two years perfect attendance. Past President, Darlene Feaster, presented her with a monetary gift from the group. DICK DUTTON of Monahans, Texas, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. On Famous PLAYTEX' 18 HOUR' BRAS & GIRDLES Both made with Spanettef the exclusive Playtex stretch fabric with the exact combination of strength and softness for truly comfortable support. A. Shortie— perfect for panty hose and short fashions. B. Bandeau-perfect for today's natural look Self-adjustable cups in a unique frame of lightweight elastic, adjustable stretch straps, smooth profile seams with no see-through feature. Girdles $2.01 Off* Shortie-Reg. $10.95, Now $8.94 Average Leg Panty-Reg. $1 1 .95, Now $9.94 Long Leg Panty-Reg. $12.95, Now $10.94 Girdle-Reg. $10.95, Now $8.94 *Brief-$1.01 Off-Reg. $8.95, Now $7.94 White, sizes XS, S, M, L. (XL, XXL $1 more) Bras $1.01 Off Bandeau— Reg. $6.00, Now $4.99 White, Sizes A, B, C (D cups $1 more) Longline— Reg. $9, Now $7.99 White, Sizes B, C (D cups $1 more) The Chrischilles Store Ira Dutton of Algona, has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Oklahoma to play football. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Dutton and his mother is the former Emma Lou Simpson of Whittemore. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Haase left Friday for Mineral Wells, Texas after a month in the Algona area. They were called here some time ago due to the death of his mother. The Haases will be near their daughter Karen and son-in-law, WO2 and Mrs. Charles Procter and Carol. Mr. Procter is in the helicopter division of the army. THE SOROPTIMIST Club met Wednesday in the Home Federal Community room for a noon luncheon and program meeting. Hostesses were Geneva Hilton and Delia Welter who served a delicious luncheon and a birthday cake observing the 27th birthday of Soroptimism in Algona. Fifteen members were present and six of them were Charter members of the organization, Delia Welter, Clara Zender, Clara Shilts, Edith Welter, Alice Wilkins and Rose Scanlan. For the program, the members told of their experiences in the club and discussed future plans for becoming involved in community affairs. MRS. OLGA Braatz and Mrs. Charlotte Mergen of Whittemore were Monday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Roy Kliegl at Humboldt. NEWCOMERS met April 21 with Dee Lenz, Marie Ogren and Rosemary Matthews the hostesses. The door prize was won by Judy Baerenwald; high score in bridge went to Sharon Thorn; bridge low score, Marilyn Ulrick; Myra Lillie had high in 500 and Jean TerHark, low. Guests were Jorine Henely, Carolyn Weydert and Jean Ter Hark. RUSS SHAW has received his discharge from the U.S. Marines and returned home a week ago from japan where he had been stationed the past year. Mrs. Shaw, the former Pam putney, and their small daughter, Colleen, have been making their home here with her parents, the Tom Putneys, while Russ was away. They will leave soon for California where they will live in Anaheim. Russ is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw. DEBRA HUBER of Algona, sophomore student at Wartburg College enrolled in a pre-professional Allied Health program in physical therapy, will be assigned to the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn, during the May term. This experience isdesign- ed to acquaint the students with direct patient services, clinical and laboratory procedures and administrative responsibilities demanded of the physical thera- pjst. WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! ONLY AMANA OFFERS YOU THIS 5-YEAR WARRANTY •••••••MMM Install this aircomStionerin Jor2m/nutes! - - »"*"-••-• - • • • » w rw-W-V>r+>+^+^r^+ Exclusive 5-Year Warranty Scot in window. 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