Lakota Girl Wins Swea City Crown Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and sons and Mrs. Essie Cooper were Thursday night visitors at the Gary Cooper home at Ft. Dodge to help their son David celebrate his third birthday. Algono, (la.) U PP «r DM Mdltw Mrs. Verne Waechter, Steven and Sheryl attended the.wedding of Carol Montag of Rodman and Henry Bonnstetter of Whit- -temore, at SU Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend Thursday. SWEA CITY - A quiet, poised. Ltkot* KlH i* "Mitt SWM City" today after she was crowned Wednesday night at the coronation climaxing the two-day Swea City Fair. LINDA HOEPPNER Linda Hoeppner, formerly "Miss Lakota", let the excitement she felt show just once when she took off down the stage runway before she received her crown. The Methodist Church women serving lunch and dinner to the queen candidates and guests tried their hand at judging queens and picked Miss Hoeppner as the winner before the pageant began. "Miss Swea City" is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burdettu Hoeppner of Lakota and is a member of the National Honor Society. She was salutatorian of her class and is interested in sports and music. She will attend Iowa State University this fall. Carolyn Johnson ''Miss Ledyard," was named first run- nerup and Paulette Kracht, Swea City's candidate, was second runnerup and talent winner. Jolene Brager "Miss Crystal Lake - Woden," was chosen by queen candidates as "Miss Congeniality." A colorful parade at 2;30 p.m. preceded the queen pageant and drew a record crowd. Onlookers said the hour ijid a half parade was the best they'd seen here. Sunny skies had brought a large number of floats and bands to the parade from surrounding towns. Swea City streets are being put back to normal today as R. T. Barnes, CommericalClub president, and members of the club bring down the curtain on another annual event, termed "successful 1 in spite of the rain that postponed many of Tuesday's scheduled events. Ill OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme enjoyed a family gathering at Mason City Sunday. They celebrated Mrs. Maude Blanchard's eighty-fifth birthday. Thirty- three persons attended. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandhoy and family of Bradgate and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cyle spent Sunday at the Marvin Wier home at Spring Valley, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster were Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland at their cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kropf .ma family of Jacksonville, Ark., came Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf and other relatives. North Central Public Service Company OPEN HOUSE Thursday, August 4th 2:OO to 9:OO P. ML — AT — Haack Plumbing & Heating — TITONKA, IOWA FREE Gas Barbecued Ham Sandwich, Coffee or Lemonade Served by the Titonka Federated Club from 3:30 to 6:30 P. M. SEE All Modern Gas Appliances FROM Beed Hardware & Appliance Haack Plumbing & Heating North Central Public Service Co, DOOR PRIZE Gas Barbecue Grill SEE IT IN OPERATION Come In And Get Acquainted!
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