Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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queens PARTY | as weekend guests their son L.3- MW;_.Paul Halverson was hos- toy and wife, of Cedar Rapids less to a .-group of friends Sun- They also visited with Mr. and day, .Attending were Mrs. Jack Mrs, Garmon Adams at Whitte- Piirfeell, Mrs. Bob Stevens and more. The visCt was in observ- Mi*. 'Bill Norland Jr., Algona; Maureen Shannon, Fort Dodge; Grace ; Darst, Moorland; Mrs. Jens P, Sorensen, Humboldt; Ml*. Ernest Miller, Grilmore Ci- .tyVMrs* Francis Hef ley, Hardy; Pauline Ramey arid Stella Rapt Iowa Falls; Elizabeth Sloan, Mrs. Melin L, Meyer tthd Mrs. Gerald C. Meyer, Britit. Their' husbands were invited for supper. Mrs. Chester A. Willey provided the women's entertainment witih one of her "Painting Parties." Bach guest painted a "Teddy Bear" block. The guests were given these as well as pencils, pattern books and other gifts. ance of their silver wedding anniversary, the actual date being Sept. 20. They met while attending the Iowa State university at Ames and both were graduated from the university. STYLE SHOW DATED "Fashion Tour of Europe" is the theme of this year's style show given by St. Ann's Auxiliary: The annual event will be held Oct. 3rd at 7:45 p.m. at the Algona Country club with local merchants showing the fashions. Reservations for the dessert and qtyle show may be made by .calling Mrs. Elgin Allen, 295-3180 or Mrs. Dean Kinsman, 295-5658 by Sept. 30. Proceeds will be used Con-needs of our local hospital. BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED A family reunion in observance of some birthdays was held Sunday at Thornton at the Gary Schischtl's. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schichtl of Marshalltown; Mr nd. Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Ylrs. Glen Teeter, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton. .The anni /ersaries of Gary, Wayne and VIel were observed. SHOWER DATED OCT. 2 A miscellaneous shower is be- ng held Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2, in the Lotts Creek church, for Jeanette Wichtctidahl, whose marriage to David Smith, formerly of Burt but now living in ?ort Dodge, has baen announced. The couple will be at home in Fort Dodge. HOUSEWARMING GIVEN Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig were given a housewarming last week Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs Ernie Georg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, and Mr. and Mrs Ed Kain. The honorees were presented a gift and the guests provided the refreshments. The Ludwigs recently moved into thedr new home at 207 South Col by street. SILVER WEDDING OBSERVED Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams had | to elect ft voting delegate this | year. Albert Johnson will serve i his secotid year as voting dele- I gate, . •;• ••••• -•• -: . • Directors for 2 year terms are: Grant, Gerald Pedersdri; Union, ALOONA (taw*) ADVANCt-l THURSDAY, §tf»T. W, If** ONE OF THESE four pretty Algona high school girls will be crowned Homecoming queer. Friday night as Algona high school plays its first home game against Iowa Falls beginning at 7:45 p.m. Complete details on the Homecoming event can be found in a full page advertisement sponsored by Algona, merchants elsewhere in today's Advance. Shown above, left to right. Connie Dqrbysb're. Sandy Harmes, Brenda Sjogren and Rose Mino. Donald Strayer; and Ramsey, Henry St&enhard. The Women's committee for 1967 was approved. Officers are: Mrs. Glenn Clark, Swea City, chairman; Mrs. Joseph Skow, Wesley, vice; aftd Mrs. Ronald Gardner) Algona, publicity chairman. They are serving their second year. Special chairmen for 1967 appointed by Mrs. Clark are: Pride in Farm Bureau, Mrs. William Dodds; Quality in Government, Mrs. Joseph Skow; Protect the People, Mrs. Bob BoleneUs; Pride of Iowa,'' Mrs. Wayne Keith; I Music and Recreation, Mrs. Q. A. •Bjustrom, They, all are serving 1 their second term. Ledyard man awarded ISU Assistantship While a Student at Iowa Sttte, he Deceived the Newman Kfey Awafd ifi fecognltidn ot his dofl- tfibutibti 16 the welfare of the t.S.U; Newman Club, which presentation was made at the annual banquet in 1957 in honor of graduating seniors. He was also awarded the Federated Oar- den Clubs prize. Following graduation from Iowa State he attended St. John's University at Collegeville, Minn, and Loras college, Dubuque, From 1961 - 1966 he taught high school Science and Latin, including three years at Coulterville, 111 and two years at Hurt. Prior to his college study he was inducted into the army in June, 1952, where he Underwent eight weeks of basic training and eight weeks of radio school at Fort Riley, Karis. He was stationed in Japan and Korea, assigned as a radio operator in artillery near Kumwha. with hat fnofchef S*ff , MM, ett aiid fmw, r>?-.i,ci Tuesday afternoon to attend a party at Mrs. Irwin Shell- meyer's for her sister Mrs. Cora Risurag and daughter Marion who came from Canon City, Colo, for a visit with relatives and friends. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED The birthday of Mrs. John Cash was observed by members of her birthday club Thursday at Gretchen's, Clear Lake. In attendance were Mesdames Roy Bjustrom, Ray Potter, Don Nelson, Lloyd Muckey, Jo'hn McGuire, Chester Schoby and Ralph Loss, of Bremerton, Wash. VISITOR HONORED Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs. Milton Norton entertained at a party Friday afternoon for Mrs. Ralph Loss, nee Clsora Norton, of Bremerton, Wash. AT WEST BEND EVENT Mrs. Roy Adams went to West GUESTS AT 'COFFEE' Mrs. Joihn F'orbas assisted Mrs. Vernell Ludwig at a coffee last week Wednesday at which guests were Mrs. Andrew Laubenthal, Mrs. Irene Griffin, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Gordon Winkel and Leona Ferstl. SAMARITAN 'AUX' MEETS The Pink Ladies Auxiliary of the Good Samaritan Hoivnes met Tuesday afternoon at the Home on Kennedy street. A Christmas oard project was taken, up with the residents. BRIDGE CLUB HAS MEETING Mrs. John Cash was hoctess to ler bridge club Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 27. Two tables were in play. CARD CLUB TO MEET The "Eight Specks" card club will meet Wednesday evening October 5 with Mrs. Mabel Lane. SEWING CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. William Steele entertained her sewing club Monday wing.- BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Marie Lanipright is enter taiming her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. E. Dewel entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon, Sept. 26. Mrs. Wade Sullivan'entertain- ed her bridge club Friday afternoon. Farm Bureau elects new 1967 officers Cecil Long, Algona, was reelected president of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau, at the annual meeting Sept. 22, at the Swea City high school. He will serve his second year. Other officers reflected for a second term were: William Tok heim, Swea City, vice, Harok Bjudtrom, Whittemore, sec. am Mike Frohling, Ottosen, treas, who will be-serving his first yea as treasurer. It was not necessar LuVerne Pern Bigings Merlyn Haag, son of Mr. and Vtrs. Cyril Haag of Ledyard, has been granted a research. assist- ntship at Iowa State University n Ames, and has joined the itaff of the Department of Hor- iculture in that position, while pursuing a program of study and, esearch in Horticulture and Botany, jointly, for his masters and doctorate degrees. The research work will deal with physiology, breeding and other aspects of Horticulture. • Haag graduated with honors as an Honor Student and war, awarded two Honor Student Certificates from I.S.U. in 1957 with a bachelor of science degree in Horticulture. He is a member of jamma Sigma Delta, the Honor .-.aciety of Horticulture, whose nembership includes senior students, alumni, professors and researchers sulture. in the field of Agri- Attending a WSCS seminar en Wednesday at Goldfield from Lu Verne were Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer, Mrs. Joseph Thorn, Mrs. Bill Jergensen, Mrs. William Goetsch, Mrs. Raymond Nelson. The Robart . Studert, Ames, were Wednesday guests of his uncle, the George Studers. They wereienroute from a vacation in the west. The Lester Smiths had as guests Sunday their son the Wayne Smiths, Clear Lake, dau ghter 'the Gary Iteses, of Iowa Falls, and Alfred Clevelands, o Lake Mills. The Paul Maases were at the Dairy Cattle Congress in Water loo Sunday, guests of his sista the Carl Fabsls. The William Eastmans, Rock ford, 111., visited Friday to Sun day with her mother Mrs. Sadi Wagner. Mrs. Eastman is the for mer Marjorie Wagner. The Harley Rushers and Pam Friday. gethef. musical ftumbers by MM. Westre aftd Mrs, Kenneth resdahl, of the Trinity ^Lfi church near Hardy. ' f Mr*. Otorgia Birfon, Alice Anii, Mrs. Minnie Mender; son and Mrs. Anne Smith attend' ed an open house initfie MetMfr dist church in, (Jafnef for the? sti- ver wedding 6f the Gilberttttow- ens. The Rowens are former Lu- Verne residents when hd owi*ed the Corner grocery. They were guests of the •- Marvin Broesdert, Algona, daughter of Mrs. Barton. Th« Ernttt Mtycrt, of Whiff* more, visited Sunday with his sister the Herman Hinzes. Scfcntider new Bancroft proxy Bancroft — Tony Schneider /as elected the new president of he Bancroft Chamber of Commerce Monday night at the meeting at Roy's Grill. Elected to the toard of Directors were J. R. Ceriedy, Phil Dopey, Ralph Cay- 1 er, William Droessler- and Jim Wclp. The new officers held an nformal meeting after the election to discuss future plans and jromotions for the coming year. ACCIDENT CORRECTION In .a story in Monday's paper about an accident involving two Emmetsburg cars 3% miles west of Algona on highway 18 early Saturday morning, it was stated that the cars collided because a' state truck stopped in front of the first machine. It should have 1 stated, according to deputy sheriff Don Wood's accident report, that the first Emmetsburg car slowed because of a. slbw-moy,' ing state truck. The truck was not stopped on the highway. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE ,-..\ 1 :'ft£*: new coats Stay as warm as you want to be, look as smart as you like to be ... in our cozy, cuddlcsomc coats, wise in the ways of weather and fashion. $ 30 to'50 LARGE COLLECTION OF ... 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