Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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LAST YEAR'S Kossuth County Band Festival queen, Maribelle lyes of Rolfe (right) will be on hand Saturday to crown the 1967 band queen at the Algprja football field Saturday eVe-, ning. The new queen will be named near the end of the evening program which will begin at 5:30 p.m. Shown at left is Marie Mushro, Sioux City, lastyear's "Miss Iowa." ' • * land Ohafee 1969. . •. • • -' Circle chairman are Mrs. Hard Andreason, Mrs. Wm. -Chris- bansen, Mrs. Hilda Gross. Nom- ..nated for an honorary member- jhip are Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge. The program, music in .the ahurch, was by Mrs. Roscoa Ma^ vvdsleyjr. . Bulldog ' The determined trorhped Clear Lake 26-7 last •) Friday night before a large Al • gona crowd. ...-. •;'•'* ..• * * F.H.A. wa» held! Wednesday after school:in the study hall. 1 Plans were made for the girls * attending the district meeting'on October 8. Committees .were set up to; serve .punch and cookies : in the* Alumni room at Homecoming. , \ * * * ^'1' ': The first G.R.A. meeting'WM ; held in the gym ; Tuesday nigh^. j Linda Ross is our president and ; Mrs. Hanson, our sponsor, Hav: ing a powder puff football game was discussed. Games- were played and Edie Ruark is the champion potato roller. (Kind of '•hard using your nose, isn't it jBdie?) ' .... •'"•. .}•';;>•• ; * * * • ..-.-'.•> Last week was the final week by Cathy Chrischilles Bulldog* 6-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, SEPT. 26, 1966 to her .bridge club Tuesday evening. Guests were Mrs. M. R Baldwin and Mrs. Dennis Waller. A gingerbread dessert with lemon sauce was served. The two guests, ! 'Mrs;* Baldwin and Mrs. Waller/had the winning,scores for the; evening. CONSERVATION EXHIBIT William K. Wyatt. conservation officer at Call State Park, was in Spencer Sept. 17 and 18 assisting .with the Stats Conser- vat'on Commission's traveling exhibit. The exhib't was on dir- play at the. Clay County Fair. HAYES SHOWER Mrs,' John Hayes was honored with a. handkerchief shower at the regular meeting of Dolphiar club recently at the home of DIES IN MISSOURI The John Longs, Billings, Mont., are visiting his sister, Mrs. Louis Scott. The Long relatives received word that Ivan, Long jied Sept. 22 at a hospital in Lebanon, Mo., following several strokes. He was a former Hurt resident whose home was Algeria, but was visiting in Lebanon, Mo., when taken ill. to buy your activity tickets. Buy-1 Mrs: R; I. Mawdsley. Mr. and ing one of these saves you $10.70 Mrs. Hayes arei moving to Maso< if you receive and, go to the, fol- ( City next month. basket- meets, lowing: football games, ball games, wrestling plays, and the school newspaper. Adult season tickets for football games will be sold at the first home game. Any junior'high person interested in buying a season ticket, high member council. contact a senior of the student SOCIETY LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS The Algona League of Women Voters will conduct its first meetings of the fall on Oct. 27 with the morning meeting at the home of Mrs. Andy Cotten and the evening meeting at the home of Mrs. Jim Cowan. Mrs. Earl Lierley's committee will be presenting the program : on Education at the Local Level. This will also be a membership meeting during which Barb Haggard and Mrs. Jim Cowan will be giving a brief resume of what the League of Women Voters is and how it functions. JOLLY NEIGHBORS CtUi The Jolly Neighbors Cluib met at the home of Betty Pompe with 13 members and one guest present. Roll call was answered with a riddle. Election of officers was held. Elected wef©: Gladys Kading, president; Aneta Vehling, vice president; Qla- dys Fuerstenau, secretary-treasurer; Joanne Hackbarth, reporter. The next meeting will be held at the 'home of Patty Rusch. porter. Gladys Fuerstenau, re- COUNTRY CLUB SCORE High score at the Wednesday ladies luncheon and bridjge event at the Country Clutb was held bv Mrs. Roy Bjustrojn, with Mrs. Frank Zender and Mrs. Julius Kunz also placing. Hostess for n^xt Wednesday will be Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. John Hood was hostess Mr. and Mrs, Ron Taylor were given a surprise house-warming party last week Saturday evening. The couple were treated to a, pot luck supper in their home at 1001 N. Minnesota. Mi's. John Schutter traveled to LeMars recently where she was guest speaker at a meeting o>f the (Plymouth County republican women's .group. Mrs. Jerry cowan was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Richard 'Thoreson and Mrs. Cowan had the winning scores for the evening. Burt church group elects new officers Burt — U. P. W. met Sept. 21 at the Burt Presbyterian church. Hpstesses were Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Harold Andreason. Devotions were by Dorothy Becker. Marjorie Mawdsley had charge of dedication of fellowship of "The Least Coin." Officers were elected: Presi- dept, Mrs. Russell Patterson; sec., Neoma Junkermeier; treas., Mrs. Robert Angus; fellowship, 1st vice ores., Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr.; membership, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley; youth work, Mrs. Beulah. Dundas; program, 2nd vice, Mrs. Delmar Angus; program committee, Mrs. Frank Becker; literature, Mrs. Harold Becker; stewardship and spiritual life, Mrs. Ray McWhorter; social education and action, Mrs. Ray McWborter; world service, 3rd vice pres., Mrs. Axel Carlson; world service, Mrs. Bruce Galbreath; Christian education, Mrs. W. W. Bioettcher; music, Mrs. Ilosme Mawdsley Jr., ing, Mrs. Leonard Stenzel 1967, Mrs. Harlem Lacy 1968, Mrs. Mrs, Myrtle Zwiefel and Patricia attended the funeral of Roger Menz at Fenton Sept. 19. Roger Menz was a nephew" oi Mrs. Zwiefel. Patricia was at home overnight and returned,.to junior college at Emmetsburg Tuesday. The Harold Grahams, Clarinda, are guests this week at 0. H, Graham's. Alma Junkermeier, Estherville, is having two weeks vacation. Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Alma and Neoma sp^nt Thursday in Rochester. Myrtle Stihwietert, Des Moines, s spending her vacation with Lorena Roark, Oilman Schwie- tort and Hslen and John Schwietert. Sapt. 19 they took Jane Barslou to Mankato where she will attend State college. . The Lawrence Governs had as guests Wednesday Msgr. Joseph ichultea, Father Victor Raema- ker, and Father Francis Higgins, Bancroft, and the Ervin Ul- seses and Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses will attend the president's dinner, at Storm Lake Sept. 26 preceding the diocesan convention. Mrs. Elsie Winter returned to Burt Sept. 20. The Arnold Clarks O'f Spencer helped move her trailer home from Arnolds Park to Burt, but returned to Spencer Tuesday as the Clark children are-in school, Mrs. Eugene Lloyd, Shenandoah, returned Friday after several days with her mother, Mrs. Celia Scott, who accompanied her home for several weeks visit in Shenandoah. A coffee for neighbors and friends was held Thursday at Mrs. Scott's, Mrs. E. A. Hansen, Alexandria, Minn., visited Friday with her sister, Mrs. Thecla Christensen. Circles of the WSCS met Sept. 21 with good attendance and good programs. Slips were given to each member and plans were made for the Blue Mound turkey supper at Burt Methodist church Oct. 12. Members are requested to take their cancelled stamps to Mrs. Jessie Rash so she can sort them and give them to the sup ply secretary to mail. Nels Nelson and Ralph Johnston returned Friday from a fishing trip to Leech Lake, Minn. Guests at A. C. Hinckley's last week were Mrs. Don Thomsen, Michelle and Scott, of Iowa City, and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. James Brahm, Sioux City, was also home Tuesday. John W. Patterson, son of the Donald Pattersons, is attending Kemper military school and college at Booneville, Mo. The Eugene Larsons have an 8 lb. 3 cz. daughter, Jerijean Marie, born Sept. 7. Grandparents are the W. F. Larsons and Mrs, Mota Gifford. The E. E. Pettis.es had ,a week's vacation at Qrtonville, Minn, and in Huron, S. D. 1917 See All That's New for'67 THURSDAY & FRIDAY SEPT. 29 & 30 ii!iiiiiiii!iiii!iiiiiiiiii OLDSMOBILE OUT IN FROM FOR '67 New balanced look of power. Brand new models to, simplify identities. Great he'Mj: flourisfi^rh auto design to set apart the rest of the industry — truly the different cars for 1967! /* i RAMBLER FOR §967 -•'•...•• I ''• ' ' Crisp New SIZE Two new V-8 engines — All new power trains — i. • •Completely new wheel bases. Room inside HHe never before, Surely the most changed car for 1967, YOlTItt WVITED FOI FME COFFEE I DOINtNNUTt, TOO! 125 South & R AMR L E •«R> 41^11 9j^liW^- mHr 9HI HHI IOWA

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