St. Joe Infant Is 52nd To Wear Baptism Dress At the recent baptism of Marc Kenneth Bormann, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Bormann, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in St. Joe, Marc was the 52nd baby to wear the long Baptismal dress made by his great-grandmother, Mrs. George Byrne, 57 years ago. The dress is of white lawn with white em- SINUS Sufferers geilont tablet, act mitantly and clear all nasal. tlnui cavitlei. One ''hard-core 11 tablet givei up la 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily— stops watery ?X!?»'J.1lL runny n ° SB - You «" buy SYNA-CIEAR at all Drug Stores, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try II today! Introductory offer worth $1,50. Cut out this ad— Take to one of the stores listed below. Purchase one pack of Syna-C«ar 12'i and receive one more Syna-Clear 1 2-pack free. HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, la. f~ T • • • I • I • • \ormal (\ (\ <> • • • \ I Newest styles for any formal dress occasion. Fast and accurate service. DIAMOND'S Algona broidery and lace insertion. AU ten of Mrs. Byrne's children wore the dress and it has since traveled to Alaska, Indiana, South Dakota, Louisiana vir- ginia, Illinois, Kentucky,'California and a number of places in Iowa, for baptisms. PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER Carol Ann Erpelding was honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's school hall with relatives and friends attending Friday evening, May 21. Miss Erpelding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, St. Joe, will be the bride of Michael R. Turner, Littleton, Colo., Saturday, May 29, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church in St. Joe. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker drove to Cedar Rapids on Wednesday to bring their daughter, Mary, home from Mt. Mercy College. Mrs. Jean Larsen entertained the Village Card Club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Don Reding a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Don Reding, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. Alphonse Berte. Mrs. peter Bormann entertains the club May 26. Mrs. Dwaine Weydert entertained her "500" club Tuesday evening with Mrs. Don Christianson and Mrs. Jim Harms as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Jean Larsen, Mrs. Harms and Mrs. Cyril Thilges. Mrs. Greg Thilges entertains the club June 15. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Mrs. Susie Kohlhaas were Wednesday overnight and Thursday visitors in the home of cousins, the LeBruens at Dell Rapids, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kohlhaas accompanied them to Sioux Falls where they left via plane for their home in Tempe, Ariz. Mrs. Florian Faber came home last Wednesday from Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge where she had been a medical patient two weeks. Mrs. Albert Becker came home Thursday from Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge, where she had been a surgical patient. Mrs. Evelyn Seagren of Livermore is assisting with the household duties in the Becker home. SCHOOL'S OUT The 1970-71 school year at the Titonka school closes Thursday, May 27, at 2:30 p.m. Rainbow Officers INSTALLATION OF Algona Assembly, order of Rainbow for Girls, was held Sunday, May 16, at 3 : 30 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. The top five officers are shown above, left to right; Faith, Micki Marshall; Worthy Associate Advisor, Susan Marks; Worthy Advisor, Jeri Nielsen; Charity, Linda Whitcher; and Faith, Kristy Elmore. \* t I see by the Advance... " — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — THE ALGONA Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will have as their guest on Tuesday, June 1, the Worthy Grand Matron, Lurene Walter of Postville and Worthy Grand patron, George Clapsaddle of Whitten. A pot luck supper will be held at 6 : 30 that evening in the Masonic Temple dining room with all Algona OES members urged to be present. Many outside chapters have been invited to the meeting and program which will follow the supper. CORINNE BORMANN of Bode will be one of the pianists at the College of Saint Teresa, wi- nona, Minn., for the senior recital of Teri Johnson of Minneapolis. THE PLUM Creek Homemakers will meet on Wednesday, May 26, with Delores Bode. This is a change of meeting place. Roll Call will be a Memory about Grandmother and Rosanne Schmit will have the Inspiration. Donna Broesder is the lesson Sunshine Super dri'Ksun 11 inn . Wet & Wild... at prices that are mild! I»ul-To;;«>lh<>r* In . . Hhorcvor you cnlch lh«> r«iv . . . Mhni«»v«>r your u live-length. The iiuprnnvh IN nalu- rnll.v-.soH. Supple, bree/.v lookw Ihnl move with you. Sun-up raMhionK with donble-llie-nerMonnlil.v! 13.00 Sizes 5 to 13 8 to 18 /•* HITS 01 HIT \M» WHIMSY! A fuii'M-okliiif rollff<ii»n of KM Iniurar. \OM al firahiintK! • Culallna Cafnlina Jr«. Sirviiu Beach Mate* High Time The Twin* In n Say Char/fe It leader on preserving the foundations of society. FORTY LADIES of the Algona T.O.P.S. and Trim-Liner Diet Clubs enjoyed a pot luck supper and social evening last Tuesday at the Shelter House at Call State Rirk. CAROLE SCHNEIDER of Algona, student at Briar Cliff College in Sioux City, was presented the All-Activity Award when the College's Women's Recreation Association presented their annual awards recently. Carole, a junior, was one'of three outstanding students who were honored. THE KATE SHELLEY Doll club held their May meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay stew- art of Rolling Hills, Jefferson, la. Fran Eason of Algona was hostess with the invitation extended by Ruth Stewart, an avid doll collector, to have the meeting at her home. i 35 members and guests were present, coming from Waterloo, Oskaloosa, Ottumwa.DesMolnesj Tama, LeGrand, Marshalltown^ Booneville, polk City and Madrid. Mrs. L. R. Potter was a guest of Mrs. Eason. Reports and discussion on the Regional Convention in Des Moines in October, which will be hosted by the Kate Shelley Doll Club, before Ruth Stewart presented an interesting program about her dolls and gave a delightful tour of her collection. MRS. ED GILMORE, president of the Algona Chapter of P. E. 0., will be a delegate to that organization's 79th annual State Convention to be held June 9 to 11 on the University of Northern Iowa Campus at Cedar Falls. The Algona Chapter is also in charge of the decorations for the noon luncheon on Wednesday, June 9, with Mrs. Ted Herbst chairman of the committee. SENIOR GIRL SCOUT Troop No. 423 held the Capping of the new seniors recently, with carol Nelson, Mary Morz, Kris Wilcox and Becky Thoreson receiving their Senior caps. Guests present for the ceremony were Mrs. Les Kenyon, Mrs. D. K. Chiquet, Mrs. Ralph Hauser and the mothers of the girls. MORE THAN 100 enjoyed the fellowship and food at a potluck dinner at the Good Hope united Methodist Church on Sunday, May 16, an .appreciation dinner for the Rev. and Mrs. Ivan Maxson of Royal, la. The Rev. Maxson has been serving the Good Hope Church as supply pastor for the past year and will continue to do so until June 10. A program followed the dinner hour, with the Sunday School and MYF singing to the accompaniment of Helena Dodds at the piano and Scott Dodds on his guitar. The program was concluded with a solo "May The Lord Bless And Keep You", by Helena Dodds. Mrs, Q. A. Bjustrom was the program emcee. The congregation presented the Maxsons with a collection of potted plants and a monetary gift to purchase additional flowers for the garden of their new home in Royal. It was announced Sunday by the chairman of the Pastoral Relations committee that a full time minister would be assigned to the Good Hope charge and will arrive at the parsonage on June 10. This Wednesday at 8 a.m., the men of Good Hope wUl get together to paint the exterior of the parsonage and church and w ill do some lawn work. The women will meet on the same day to redecorate a portion of «ie parsonage interior and will also serve a pot luck dinner to the workers. BRIDGE WINNERS at the Thursday Luncheon and Bridge held at the Algona Country Club last week were Maud Kohlhaas, Alice Dole and Peg Adams. Florence Bjustrom is hostess this week. SATURDAY, MAY 15, Margaret Beringer and Fran Eason entertained at an after noon coffee at the Beringer residence, honoring a house guest, Mrs. Bruno Krueger, nee Leone Krampe, of Appleton, Wise., who came for the Laing Open House. Also honored were Hattie Wilson and Alvena Miller, with twenty-five guests present. Edna Oldaker and Frances Messer were other out of town guests, as well as a sister of Miss Wilson. NEWCOMERS CLUB met on Wednesday evening in the Community room of the Home Federal building, with Jan Walton winning the door prize. At Court Whist, prizes were won by Carolyn Clark and Jan Mace, who had high and low, Rosemary Matthews and Alice Crimmings. The program was a talk on Ecology by Jane Nettleton. MRS. GERRY FERRIS entertained her bridge club last Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Hopkins was high score winner and low was split by Mrs. William Specht and Mrs. Stan Muckey. This. was the final meeting of the season and Mrs. John Hopkins was high scorer for the year. SENIOR GIRL SCOUT Gradua- Exercises and Court of Awards for Troop No. 423 was held May 27 at Van's Cafe. The graduates, Tami parrish, Brenda Frideres and pat Wagner, were presented with their diplomas and charms by Mrs. D. K. Chiquet. Mrs. Les Kenyon gave them their five and ten year pins. Mrs. Ralph Hauser presented the awards to the Scouts. Guests included the mothers of the girls, Mrs. Clarence Hunt, Mrs. D. K. Chiquet, Mrs. Les Kenyon, Mrs. Dale Farnham and Mrs. Ralph Hauscr who are leaders of the troop. VIRGINIA KLEIN of Algona and Ronnie Dacken, Lone Rock, received Bachelor of Arts degrees at Commencement .exr efcises for Buena Vista College at Storm Lake on Sunday, May 23. Mifes Klein is the daughter of Mr. \and. Mrs. DuWayne Klein of Algona, Radio - TV Honor A Lakota girl was one of 16 students receiving special recog- nigtion recently at the 19th annual Radio-TV department banquet at the University of Indiana at Bloomington recently, she is Linda Lovgren of Lakota. "When? . . . Read the Algona Newspapers and jtou'll knowl ... Here is the ultimate in a rider mower, built to give years and years of satisfactory service. With accessories your COMET works year around. $379.00 • Planty of powor< for 41* ilopoi, with you aboard • J ipctdi forward and rcvtri* . •aiy to optrat* • Cuti up to l.t acrti an hour YOU HIDE • toy, Intrant cutter holfht ad. luitmtnt 1" to 4" Hand or t*lf-prop»lltd med.k • MOWS and baai your trail • VACUUMS lawn wMI« mowina • •LOWS driftway 1 walk* cloan PRICED FROM $99.30 CHUCK BEHR TRAILER SALES INC. HWY. 18 WIST AlOONA, IOWA Anna Geronsin Rites Held At Fenton FENTON - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Elanore Geronsin, 82, of Fenton were held Friday afternoon in the United Methodist church at Fenton, with burial in St. John's cemetery at Ringsted. The Rev. Wallace Farmer officiated and the Reese- Henry Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Ray Priebe, Art Priebe, Dale Weisbrod, Eugene Huskamp, Gerald Voigt and Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs. Geronsin passed away Tuesday evening at her home in Fenton after a long illness. Mrs. Geronsin was born August 24, 1888, daughter of Peter and Katrina Toft Willardsen, at Clinton, la. she was educated in the Clinton schools and on April Kossuth County Advance - 9 Monday, May 24, 1971 14, 1907 she was married to Christian H. Geronsin at Clinton, one daughter, Helen, Mrs. Melvin Mohr of Creston, la., also survives. There are nine grandchildren, one brother, J A Willardsen of Clinton; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Fauerby, Eldora a; d Mrs. Olga Jamison of Enumclaw, Wash, she was preceded by her parents, one son, J. Rolin, three sisters and one brother. NING WUIDE Eat Out Often In ALGONA THE JOHNSON HOUSE ON SO. PHILLIPS SMORGASBORD Sunday Noon qnd Friday Night PRIVATE DINING ROOMS SEPARATE COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^^mmmmmmmmmmmmn^m CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB SO. ON 1*9 DINING ROOM OPEN 5:30- 11:30 P.M. COCKTAILS LIVE ENTERTAINMENT PRIVATE DINING ROOM T«l«. 295-9152 LUDWIG'S CAFE DOWNTOWN AIGONA •REAKFAST ft NOON * SPECIALS * Optn 6 A.M. - 8 P.M. Weekday, Cleivd Sunday* VAN'S CAFE JCT. HIWAYS 18-169 OPEN WEEKDAYS AND SUNDAYS CLOSED TUESDAYS PRIVATE DINING ROOM COCKTAILS CO-OPERATIVES mean ECONOMIC FREEDOM *~> CO-OP X_LL/' THE CO-OPERATIVES in your community mean economic freedom for you and your neighbors. THE RIGHT to buy and sell where you choose is one of the foundation freedoms I r* A nr\fi.*tf\ r\ •******•"•• 4'r^lP«*irvi'*i!*»*J«fc»I*»J A. r this right is denied, even to a few, economic YOUR CO-OPERATIVE helps assure continuing economic freedom as it competes with other businesses in your community. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Jerry Huffman, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L. Matheson, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Corti, Lura, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR .... Dennis Cumberland, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE _._ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Arnold Skadburg, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR _ Bernard Reilly, Mgr.
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