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

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•-ALOONA (low.) ADVANCi THURSDAY, OCT.«, IfM Queen candidates pose Saturday VISITING HERE Mrs. Nell McOall, former M- gonan until she moved to Omaha, Neb., a few months ago to be in an apartment in the same home with her son-in-law and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith, is spending a week here, house guest of Mrs. Ann Hanson. Her relatives will come Sunday to take her home. Friday afternoon Mrs. Fern Foster is entertaining the Canasta club to which Mrs. McOall belonged. SQUARE DANCE SATURDAY The 10th anniversary of western style square dancing will be observed by the Algona Prome- rtaders Saturday, Oct. 8, at 8:30 p.m. at the V. F. W. hall. Vic Guttenfelder will be M. C. Several other callers will be present. All past and present square dancers and spectators will be welcome. DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman Jr., of Dodge City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Loo Lallier, of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, of Lone Rock, Mrs. Sarah Lallier, Mrs. Eliza Angle and the respective families. VISITORS FROM SPENCER Mrs. Eva Deim and her sister Mary Bieser have been visited by their sister Mrs. L. R. Hornbue- kle of Spencer and daughter Mrs. Charles Woodlin, of New Jersey. Sunday they had as dinner guest their nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Terry Johnson and little son Todd, of Irvington. week at West Bend. Gtiest speaker was Susan Hanteiman, a missionary who will soon be returning to her field in Nigeria. BAPTISM TO BE HELD Baptism of infants will be held Sunday, Oct. 9 in the First Methodist church. Those wishing the sacrament for their children are requested to contact Rev. William Noland fice. or the church of- WSCS MEETING TODAY The Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, Oct. 6, for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Lesson topic will be "Missionary in an Uprooted Society." Mrs. George, Harris and Mrs. James Powell are chairmen. CHURCH GROUP MEETING The Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet Thursday, Oct. 6, for a one o'clock luncheon. Circle 2 will serve. A film, "Eden, U. S. A.," will be shown. BAPTIST WOMEN MEETING Women of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 6. Hostesses will be Clara Keith, Betty Haag, Norine De Boom and Mrs. Ron Bitz Will give the lesson. and visited Mrs. mother, M». Mauge, at the "Dutch" Retina home, Mrs. Haujte has been confined to her bed for a number of Seneca friends of Jackie Gci- leitfeid will be interested in knowing he is now at Fort Buss, Texas, taking basic army training % The David Loofts were Sunday guests of the Marvin Hoppes at Madelia, Minn., for Ricky Hop- TWENTY QUEENS pose for the Advance cameraman during Saturday's band festival program on the courthouse lawn. Seventeen of the girls are band festival queen candidates (queen Charlotte Lappe of Burt is front row, third from the left). In front is Miss Rhonda Blomberg, Pocahontas, Little Miss Iowa; back row left is Maribelle Ives, last year's festival queen; and to her right is Miss Iowa, Pamela Ericson of Sioux City. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. neighbors many years ago. BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED October birthdays on the first floor ait Good Samaritan were observed Tuesday, the "Pink Ladies" doing the serving. REUNION HELD A family reunion CHURCH WOMEN TO MEET Women of the United Presbyterian church will meet Thursday, Oct. 6, at 1:30 for a luncheon and general meeting. The topic will be "Social Education and Action". Mrs. Galen DeVar lois will be in charge and circle D serves. BIRTHDAY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lamprighl entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the Oct. 1st birthdays of Mrs. Lampright and niece Patty King. Guests were the Joe Kings, Leo Kollasches and Mrs Marie Lampright, all Algona. ATTEND RALLY Twenty women of the Trinitj Lutheran Women's Missionary League attended the rally las was held Sunday at the Ed Goeckes with thirty-eight persons in attendance. They came from Carroll, Boone, Sac City, Iowa City and Andrea, Minn. TO CONVENTION Rev. William Noland of the First Methodist church will be in Des Moines Oct. 4, 5 and 6. He went to attend the Iowa Area Evangelistic Preaching Convention. CLUB AT OKOBOJI Mrs., William Dau Sr. entertained her bridge club all day last Tuesday in their trailer house at the Okobojis. Mrs. Marie Lampright was a guest. ENTERTAINED CLUB Mrs. William Dau Sr. entertained her bridge club all day last Tuesday in their' trailer house at the Okobojis. Mrs. Marie Lampright was a guest. HONORED WITH DINNER Mrs. Eva Deim and Mary Bieser entertained Mrs. Elmer Kelley and Mrs. Hugh Post at dinner Thursday. They were ternoon. ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs entertained her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Richard Burt was guest. Seneca - -fir v Mrs. Henry Looft Baldwins included their niece, Mrs.; A. N. Storm, Des Moines, and a : friend, Mrs. Blanche Hansen, Santa Ana, Calif. Alfred Petersens and Weekend guests of the Cecil their house guests, the Eugene Friesths and Darlene and Mark, Badger, were guests -at Clarence Oheever's, rural Ringsted, for Lyle Joe Cheever's first birthday. Other guests included the Arnold Cheevers, Armstrong paternal grandparents, and an aunt and uncle, the Bud Cheev ers, Omaha, Neb. The Henry Wilbergs and Den nis and the Kenneth Thompsons drove to Forest City Monday pe's birthday. The Seneca Thursday club ed ov«r the weekend into fha Sophia Wichtendahl Fenton, which they Mf. Genrich is eitipi Mitchell, Fenton, in ment business. house at ptifdiiwd, red by Bob the imple- met with Mrs. Henry Looft Thursday* Birthday members were Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Vina Kracht, and Mrs. Hans Jensen. A special feature was plant identification and ex change. Mrs. Otis England, Ringsted, will be the October hostess. Members are to bring cookie recipes. The Alfred Petersens attended the wedding of their niece, Lois Nickelson, Fort Dodge, last weekend. Mrs. Clarence Cheever and daughters accompanied The Olaf Oftedahls received word Wednesday of the death of Mr. Oftedahl's brother at Cleve land, Ohio. The Oftedahls accompanied other relatives from Minnesota to the funeral held on Saturday. The Elmer Grams, Armstrong, recently moved into the England house on the acreage the Eng- lands recently purchased from the Ralph Campbell estate. Mr. Gram is employed at Arts-Way at Armstrong. The Clarence Genriches, who recently moved from the Titonka area into the Leonard Madden house on the former Mueller farm southwest of Seneca, mov- ,Mrs. Henry WUbetg and JJw. Henry Looft went to the K10D radio station, Spencer, Saturday, Where they recorded the radio program, "the Christian Wont' an Speaks", which will be broadcast Sunday morning, Oct. 9, at 11:15. The program is sponsored by Lutheran church women of the Emmetsburg Conference. Irvington By Mat McLtan The Fun and Do club met on Sept. 29 at Kathryn Johnson's. Most members were present with Mrs. Alvin Klein and Mrs. Terry Johnson guests. At 500 prizes went to Wilma Arndorfer, Hernice Mayer and Delpris Kramer. The next meeting will be held at Stella Eischen's, Oct. 27. Mrs. Mary Guderian, Phoenix, Ariz., who accompanied the body of her brother, Charles Casey, back here for burial, is spending several days with the Robert Ca- seys, John Bockeses and other relatives before returning home. Charles Casey, former Algonan, died at Phoenix Sept. 23 and services were from McCullough's on Sept. 28. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE HOSTS BRIDGE Mrs. Harold Lampright was nostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. KNIT AND SEW MEETS Mrs. Merle Webster entertained the Knit and Sew club Wednesday afternoon, October 5. BRIDGE CLUB MET The Idle Hour Bridge club met Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 5 with Mrs. Milton Norton. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. L. J. Nelson was hostess to her caird club Wednesday afternoon. ENTERTAINS AT 500 Mrs. Beecher Lane entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening, Oct. 5. HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Mrs. M. G. Bourne was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday aif- H IM.H-K' 1 I I I I Ml I I 1 I 1 I »-W-H-I-H-H-H-H Sheakleys Fall ; Coat Lay-a-way ! Sale continues Sheakleys will make a down payment of $5.00 on any full length coat priced up to $50.00. SAVE $5.00 Sheakleys will make a down payment of $10 on any full length coat priced from $51 to $99.00. SAVE $10.00 Sheakleys will make a down payment of $15.00 on any full length coat priced from $100 and up. 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