Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
Page 12
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«—AlOONA (lew«) ADVANCE MONDAY, Fit. 51, INS Bode woman observes her 87th birthday Bode — Mrs. Mollic Bcrge observed licr 87t.h birthday Friday, Feb. 12 when friends and neighbors came to her home in spite of the heavy snow to greet her. Her sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berge and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berge spent the afternoon with her. More friends came on Saturday. Sunday her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scverin Tonderum of West Bend and her son, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnt Berge and son Allan of Garner and her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schulzc and two children of Dakota City were with her. Her son Earl Bcrge, Supt. of schools at Clear Lake was unable to come but called her. Her niece I Mrs. Earl Olson of Otloscn was! among the Friday guests. Mrs. i Berge lives alone and does her own household duties. Attends church services, ALCW and oth-1 er social affairs when weather' permits. Mrs. LeRoy Enger has been Heart chairman for the Heart fund drive this February. Her workers are: Mrs. Walter Bakken, Mrs. F. L. Bakken, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Mrs. David Erigel, Mrs. Leon Gangestad, Mrs. Josie Hoversten, Mrs. Harold Hanson, MM. Arils Ktnseth, Mrs. L. Miller, Mrs. Magnus Rognved. Feb. 21 is Heart Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Aure and Mr. Elmer Knowles left Wednesday morning for Tucson, Aria., San Diego and Belt, Calif., to visit relatives. Mrs. Pearl Barber visited the Cash family in Clear Lake. Sunday the Bob Barber family of LuVertitS had Sunday dinner with the Cash's and Mrs. Barber returned home with them. Mr. Win. Meyer III who lives near Whittcmorc was in a car accident Thursday evening when he was returning home from work. The roads were in an icy condition. He is at St. Ann hospital. Mr. Meyer is Mrs. 1'carl Barber's oldest grandson. Sandra Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olson of Bode will appear on Eve's Kitchen program on KQTV Friday, Feb. 26 between 4 and 5 p.m. Sandy was at Camp Sunnysidc near Ankcny last summer and this interview will be about her experiences while at camp. This will be a live program. Campers enjoy days at Camp Sunnysicle because of Easter Seals funds to defray expenses. Mr. and Mrs. David Rolland of St. Paul, Minn, arc parents by adoption of a baby daughter. She was born Jan. 10 and has been named Tracy Lynn. Mrs. Ada (Monson) Rolland of Osage and Mrs. Jack Yuhouse of Mason City are grandmothers. On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Si vert Nelson' entertained their nearest neighbors for an informal evening of playing 500 and a lunch later. i ENJOY an evening of FUN and HARMONY »t the 6th ANNUAL Barbershoppers Parade Show AT ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday, February 27 7:30 p.m. featuring 2 CHAMPION QUARTETS Kippers & Astro-Naughts with Kossuth Chorus and others. 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