Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 7, 1966
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legion Busy month lor lurt and Auxiliary \ The American Legion and Aiutiliary met Nov. 1 at the Legion Hall. Hoshesses were Ge- tievieve Graham and Celia Soott. American Education week will be observed Nov. 6-12 by visiting the public schools and by Voting Nov. 8. Veterans Day will be observed at the Legion Hall Nov. 11 with a 6:30 potluck supper for the Legion and Auxiliary families. There will be a county meeting for Legion and AuxHiairy members Nov. 15 at the Legion Hall in Lone Rock, the 8th District President, Mrs. Ruth Si m- bnsmeier, Ledyard, and the 8th District Commander, William Goatz, Wesley, will be present. The Auxiliary voted to put in for an assigned child. There was $7 sent to the Christmas gift shop ast the Veteran's hospital in DCS Moines, and $5 to the State Juvenile Home in Toledo, la. ' The book, "Need a Lift?" was given to the Burt School library. This book explains scholarships available to students. Coffee coupons should be brought to the next meeting to be mailed before the deadline date. The Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Nov. 9 at Leon a Lacy.'s. The Junior members made 18 Veterans day favors which were sent to Woodward Stats hospital, ffieftte served. .club .will meet Nov. 11 a* Geti«Vieye Graham's. C. B. Chlpmafi had major surgery Oct. 31 at Metcy hospital Members of the family visited every 4ay< .'•,..' Eastern Star meets at the hah Nov. 8 with host! the A. CALOONA ((•*•) ADVANCt^l Hinckleys and Walter Gathpfteys. Thefe will be election of officers atid a report of Grand Chapte* at Cedar Rapids. Busy Bee club met Nov. 4 at Prances Sarchet's with Maty Sarchtst assisting. SORORITIES MEET XI-XI Chapter No. 354 met Nov. 1 with Ruth Jorgensori. Lessons were by Helen Schliev- ert and Ruth Jorgenson. Twelve members were present. Next meeting is Nov. 15 with Dorothy Zeigler. Zeta Xi had a Prefercial tea at the Johnson House Oct. 30. Attending from XI-XI were Irma Dee Cook, Katie Anderson, Helen Haas, Ruth Jorgenson and Dorothy Zeigler. The Fail Banquet for both chapters will be Nov. 7 at Charlies Supper Club. Social hour is from 6:30 • 7:30 p.m. Dinner is from 7:30 p.m. Helping with banquet arrangements are Katie Anderson, Irma Dee Cook, Helen Haas and Pat Metzen. SECOND BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mawdsley entertained last week Sunday altarnoon and evening at a birthday ctslebration for their son Channpn who was two years old. Guests were Channon's They will make tray favors for grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Mawds- the holidays next month. AT 50th WEDDING The Lse Coles and her sister, Hattie Burlingame and Mrs. Kate Stevenson, Algona atteiid- ed the opsn 'house at the Baptist churclh in Corwith Sunday for the 50th wedding of the Letter Hashes. EJva Simpson, Algona, who played the organ at the wedding 50 y;urs ago was also present. Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Hash were school mates. Four members of the Burt Women's club took a group of children to the Kocisuth County Home Saturday. They emtartafin- ed with songs and stories, and gifts of cookies and candy. Cadet Girl Scouts Carol Sill and Cynthia Patterson had the Brownie Scouts after school Tuesday at the" TO'.vn Hail. Games were played and rofreyh- cards. Mrs. H. W. Miller and Mrs. H. M. Smith had high scores. MUSIC CLUB TO MEET Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday, 1:15 p.m. with Genny Taylor and Fran McMahon as hostesses. The program on Medieval Music will be given by Julie Hayes and Phyllis Burt. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. W. B. MacDonald entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom and Mrs. D. J. Shey held the winning scores. Marilyn Kuester was a guest. MONDAY, NOV. 1, IN* ley, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winkleman, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Winkleman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pitkin and family, all of Buffalo 'Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sjibin and family, Algona. LEAGUE TO MEET The League of Women Voters will hold morning and evening meetings tomorrow, Tues- CUB SCOUTS MEET The Cub Scouts in Den 3 held a cook-out at Call State Park last Monday evening. Den mothers are Mrs. Walter Morz and Mrs. Phil Diamond. ••'';'• CRESCO M-D CLUB MEETS Cresco — Mother-Daughter club will meat Wednesday, Nov. 9 at the home of Mrs. Les Wildin. Bernetta Wildin, assisting hostess. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Phil Diamond entertained her bridge club last week Thursday afternoon at luncheon. Father of Fanlcn woman Theodore B. Naig, 69, Cylind- day, with Mrs. Jim Chalstrom \ er farmer, died last Thursday at presenting the program on ed- the Palo Alto County hospital; ucation. Mrs. William Finn will He had been ill for several be hostess for the rnornlng session which will b3 &t 9:30. Hoot- ess for the eight o'clock evening meeting will bs Mrs. Verne McOlurc. LUNCHEON AND CARDS Mrs. .John Kenefick was hostess to'her bridge ciliib'Tuesday afternoon for luncheon and dated. years. His wife, a son David and three daughters including Mrs, Donald Twait, Fenton, and Mrs, Airdin Twaiten, Cylinder. Funeral services for Mr. Naig were held Saturday at the St John Lutheran church in €ylind '' Titonka bank doubles capital stock at meeting The Titonka Savings Bank has increased its capital stock from $60,000 to $120,000 by declaring a 100% stock dividend it was announced last week. The ded' sion came at the annual meeting of stockholders held in October. The capital account now consists of $120,000 ' capital, $120,000 surplus and $200,000 in reserves and undivided profits. At the annual meeting, all officers, directors and employees were re-elected. They are Edward Boyken, president; R. L. Kratitz, vice president; A. W. Boyken, cashier; Neal Boyken, assistant cashier; tellers and bookkeepers are Clara Klasse, Janice Folkerts, Mildred UU- mann, Margaret Brandt, Judy DeBoer and Jo Ann Asa. Directors in addition to the president, vice president ant csshier are Carl Giesking of Ti tonka and Judge G. W. Stillman of Algona. Crashes Friday north of Swea City A Granada, Minn., man was injured about 4:45 p.m. Friday when he apparently went to sleep at.the wheel and his car went into the: ditch, struck a farm drive and a pile of rocks. Harvey P. Larson was taken to a Fairmont, Minn, hospital with a possible fractured wrist and facial cuts. The accident occurred about 7% miles north of Swea City and was investigated by patrolman Tom Cogdall. Larr son's Mustang was a complete loss. ALGONANS ON TV , Three Algonans will be seen on Channel 12, Mankato, at 6:25 p.m. Wednesday; Nov. 9. They are Chamber of Commerce pres; ident and secretary Ted Chris chilles and. Bill Steele, and Jerry 'Jensen, manager of the new Swanson store here, schedulec to open Nov. 14. PRO AT THE ADVANCE BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE Teach Them to Carry the Ball EDUCATION ADDS UP TO CONFIDENCE INTEGRITY FREEDOM INITIATIVE FULFILLMENT SPONSORED BY NOV. 5-1? M.60M EDUCATION ASSOCIATION VOTE RE-ELECT Jack Miller Wiley Mayne AS U.S. SENATOR Strong — Progressive — Responsible FOR 6TH OUT. OONQAESSMM Representing You Is The Mayne Idea VOTE FOR A NEW TEAM TO LEAD THE STATE OF IOWA I Max M. , Melvin D. ,, i; Moyd.. >-. ,-,.,•. r ,, Bill .Dale , Lv B; J^'I^Jv. MLI S s SYNfiORST SMITH MURK&Y e AWTRY ... ^UDDY TURNER ' LT. GOV. SEC. OF STATE STATE AUDITOR GOVERNOR STATE TREAS. SEC. AGRIC. ATTY. GENERAL PUT NEW FACES IN COUNTY OFFICES W. B. (Ring) MacDONALD FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Young, Aggressive Trial experience in Chicago and Kansas City law firms. KARL KIILSHOLM FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Return 2-Party Government To Iowa. JORGEKSOi FOR TREASyilE® A man with wife and five children. Qualified by experience in Auditor's office. MERTIE HUBER FOR AUDITOR Widow with son in high school. Years of experience in bank and bookkeeping. EARL STOTT FOR SUPERVISOR, FIRST DISTRICT FOR SUPERVISOR, THIRD DISTRICT THESE COUNTY CANDIDATES ARE JUST. AS EXPERIENCED AS THEIR OPPONENTS WERE 20 YEARS AGO WHEN THEY FIRST RAN FOR OFFICE. VOTE REPUBLICAN KOSSUTH CO. REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE. C. R. SCHOBY, Chairman

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