AIMNA dm) ADVANCI-J MONDAY, MARCH It, IMS Officers for Burt WSCS are elected •urt — . Officers of the W.S.C.S. for 1965 and 1966 at Butt Methodist church were elected March 10 at the regular postponed meeting: president, Frances Sarchett; vice, Beulah Davis, rec. sec,, Florence Spear; treas., Hazel Teeter. Secretaries are: Campus Ministry, Vera Schwietert; Social Relation, Lor> raine Campney; Membership, Blanche Long; Missionary, Karen Da Vies; Program, Janice Schaeller; Spiritual, Mary Jean Andrews; Supplies, Beth, Miller; Local Church, Phyllis Wiener. Circle Chairmen: Inez Graham, Shirley Lovstad and Ethel Smith. Publicity, .Ruby Hinckley; Nominating, Genevieve Graham, Lurena Soderberg, Mitchell. and Benita OFFICERS ELECTED The ^postponed Woman's club meeting was held March 8 at Ethel Dremmel's with Ruth Hodgson assisting. Federation news was by Helen Vogel. A skit McMuilen, Ullie Ffedricksoh,, Ivy Woltz, Betty Koestlef, Bev< efly Koepke, Thecla Christensen, Janice Reimers, Phyllis Wiener, Ethel bremmel, Gladys Hawcott, Mary Beth Hamilton. The Kossuth Heart fund cnair- man is Mrs. Donald Mitchell. JoAnne, daughter of the Earl Ackermans, has a straight "A" average and is on the Dean's list at Mankato State. Recent guests of Lorena Roark and Dillman Schwietert for the 7th birthday of Jane Barslou were John and Helen Schwietert and Jane Barslou. The Kossuth Federated club meeting will be held April 10 at Burt Methodist church for an all day meeting with noon luncheon. Mariners club met March 7 at the Presbyterian church with hosts the Robert Anguses and John Millers. Devotions were by the Larry Holdings, and program by Rev. Bruce Calbreaths. Games were by the Leonard Stenzels. A letter was sent to the 11 year old orphan in Korea. Plans were made for Guest Night in April, with a speaker from Boone. Lions club will meet at the Legion hall March 15. The 6:30 dinner will be served by Inez Graham, Dorothy Becker, Wilma Fairbanks, Jane Scott. The V.F.W. Auxiliary will meet at the V.F.W. hall March University hospital, Iowa City, following surgery March 8. Fortnightly club will meet March 19 at Lefie McMullins. Desert Bode Wednesday for girls tourney Bode — Bode was a very quiet town Wednesday evening as a great part of the population was in Des Moines attending the girls' state basketball tournament. Twin Rivers has made the state meet for three years — 1963-64-65 and was also a contestant in 1958. The girls won the district meet in Clear Lake defeating Alden. They played Valley of West Des Moines Wednesday and lost. Valley had not lost a game all season. Derald Swisher is head coach and Roger Broers is assistant coach of Twin Rivers. Players are kristie Erdman, Gracia kraabel and Rita Nielsen, seniors; Meg Holmes, kathy Meyer, juniors Ruth Bakken, Donna Cran, Sus an Erdman, Carol Fiderlick, Jan er sang a duet, accompanied by Mrs. Engel. Mrs. Orville Olsofi conducted business. " Two new looks were added to the ALCW ibrary. The T. M. Aures and Elmer Knowles returned Monday from a month in Colorado, Arizona and California. They visited Mr. Aure's sister, the Vic Reids, Tucson, Mr. knowles 1 daughter and Mrs. Aure's sister, Gladys, San Diego, Mr. Aure's brother, Hartwick, Cudahy and the Merrit Neals in Colorado Springs. The Robert Solbecks, Hunv boldt, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Solbeck's grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Pederson. Gloria Hanson, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, the Art Hansons. She came by train. Mrs. M. O. kraabel has been in Minneapolis a'week to visit her mother, Mrs. Henryson. The Torger Johnsons left the middle of February for Sioux City to visit the Edward Johnsons. They, then to Fort Huach* uca, Ariz., to visit the Fred Johnsons. They returned home Feb. 28. The Mandius Hansons and Clarence Saterns went to Okla^ homa City, Okla., the last part sang a solo accompanied by Mrs. John Nyman. Mrs. Harold Peterson gave two readings, and Wendy and Dale Johanson, Randy and Corine Johnson and Becky Johnson sang, accompanied by Debby Johnson. A poem was read by Ronnie Glaus. The observance was sponsored by children of the Arthur Glauses, Portland, Ore., and the verett Johansons, Swea City. Mrs. Henry Kosloske, Fairmont, )ourcd coffee. The cake was jakcd by Mrs. Leo Crowley and served by Mrs. Verne R. Johnson and Mrs. Harold Peterson. Mrs. Claude Johnson was hostess. Coming from a distance were the Arthur Glauses, Portland, Ore., Ronnie Glaus, Fort Meade, Md., the Lore Ingells, Saskatoon, Beach, and at Miami. The family they visited moved there from Independence, Mo., starting a Mission church at Melbourne Beach. Mrs. Ed Godfredson had sur- gery recently at the Estherville hospital. was given with Palma Holding, 16. Dept. Pres., Mrs. Edwin Al- narrator and Elva Boettcher, Leona Lacy, Lulu Hawcott, Alvina Hanson and Vera Bradley modeling hats Erna Grover. with music by Officers elected are, president, Ruth Hodgson; vice, Marlene Stenzel; sec., Lavina Hanson; treas., Vera Bradley. March 15 hostesses are Lefie McMuilen and Erma Pratt. Ruth Hodgson and Ruth Patterson are on the program. CIRCLES TO MEET W.S.C.S. Circles will meet March 17. Inez evening circle with hostess Minerva Curtis meets at the church, with devotions by Esther Hilton, program by Rubly Hinckley, and special by Louise Engstrom. Hazel circle 2:15 p.m. with hostesses Mary Jean Andrews and Helen Vogel, devotions, Frances Sarchet, program, Mary Sarchet, special, Rowena Ryerson. Mildred circle at 2:15 p.m. with hostesses Leona Lovstad' and Mary Gebken. Devotions by Lefie Mc- Muilen and program, Phyllis Wiener. $160 FOR HEART Mrs. James Fries, chairman of the Heart drive for Burt, reports $160 was collected. Workers were Virginia Fries, Lefie bers, Buffalo Center^ will be a guest. Inez Circle will sponsor Fellowship Night at Burt Methodist church March 21 with a pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. Pictures of the Good Will Industries and New Hope Center, both in Sioux City, will be shown. Sewing Circles will meet March 19 at Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf's. U.P.W. will meet March 17 at the Presbyterian church with hostesses Mesdames R o s c o e Mawdsley, Dale Dundas and Leonard Stenzel. Devotions are by Mrs. Delmar Angus, program by Mrs. Robert Angus, and special music by Ruth Hodgson. The Legion Auxiliary sewing and business meeting has been postponed to March 16 at Thecla Christensen's. Bring mike ballots. Esther Sorenson fell on the ice in Algona March 8 and broke her left wrist. The M.Y.F. pancake supper will be held March 23 at Methodist church, 5 to 7 p.m. The kossuth Young Republicans will meet March 20 for a 7:30 supper and meeting at Cunningham Cafe, at,. -Burt..^,A district officer is speaker; ""' B. E. Miller is a patient at ice Johnson, Mary Melavin and!of February for several weeks. I Supt. Leonard A. Miller, Twin | Rivers, went to Des Moines and I with a group went in two chartered planes to Atlantic City, N. J., for a meeting of Nat'l Education Administration Associa- kay Selvig, sophomores. HOME FROM TRIP The Glen Schulzes have returned from a month in California. They visited their son, the Merle Schulzes. A daughter was born to the Merle Schulzes Feb. 20 She was baptized Feb. 28 in the Hemet Lutheran church, named Linda kay. The Glen Schulzes were sponsors. The Merle Schulzes have two other daughters. They visited their other son the Wayne Schulzes, Glendale, Calif. They Saskatchewan, Moorcs. Ames, Canada, Scott Mrs. Lawrence tion. The Earl City, visited Opheims, Mason his mother, Mrs. Carl Opheim, Sunday. The Roger Johnsons, Palm Grove, were Saturday guests. Art Hilland, Washington, D.C., was a weekend guest of his aunt, Mrs. Nora Quill. He was on a business trip to kansas have two sons. Later they visit-',City, then came to Des Moine? ed the Norland Schulzes in , and- rented a car there to visit Lynwood. Norland and Glen are brothers. They visited the R. C. Woods at Oceanside, Calif. Mrs. Wood is Glen's sister. In San Diego they visited Richard Risvold, Corwith, in the navy. Richard is Mrs. Schulze's nephew. EX-RESIDENT DIES Otto Monson, 77, early resident of Bode, died at his home in Redfield, S. D., March 1. He was the oldest son of a family of 10 children of the M. O. Monsons. He is survived by his wife, Sadie, one brother, Art, two sisters, Mrs. Ada Rolland, Osage, and Thelma, Mrs. John in Bode and Humboldt over the weekend. Mrs. Chas. Welter, Ottosen, and Mrs. Viola Thompson went to the Fort Dodge conference radio committee meeting at the Lutheran church in Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Emory Bottelson was hostess. Miller, Bode, Mrs. Elmer Potter and Mrs. Mildred Fraser, Algona, the Frank Spears and Arthur Spear, Sherburn, and others from Elmore, Fairmont, Truman, Granada and Blue Earth, Armstrong, Titbnka, Ban croft and Swea City. The Wallace Dawsons were Sunday guests of his parents, the Walter Dawsons, Dunnell, Minn. The Paul Sanftners moved to Swea City, Feb. 28. They purchased the former William Smith house and have modern ized it. The Sanftners lived on he farm formerly owned by the ate Bill Meyers and now owned )y Francis Torino for 10 years. Paul has leased 150 acres from Al Guerdet in addition to the 150 acres he already farms with lis brother, Jerry, owned by Mrs. Tillie Smith. Heyo Bosnia, Lakota, was a Saturday caller at Raymond Picht's and Monday Alden Wilcox was a visitor. They came to visit Mrs. Albert Bosma Sr., staying at the Picht home. The Elvin Swansons have returned after 6 weeks in the South. They visited at Atlanta, Ga., and Raleigh, N. C., toured Roanoke Island, and in Florida visited a cousin at Melbourne AAA ESTIMATES OVER 68 MILLION CALLS FOR CAR HELP Yung, Lake funeral was Orion, Mich. The Friday and John ROSECRBST You Know And So Do They that you're wearing your new Shantipye set &y RQSICREST, Thf fully lined Shantiqye she! blouse and matching a-line skimmer skirt is rayon, cotton and acetate, Th| tonal embroidered sweater i| 100% Orion SHEAXLEYS "Algona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" Saxton, Ft. Dodge, took his plane accompanied by MrsfcDbn Pieper, Art Monson and Ada iolland. Mr. Saxton and Mrs. D ieper are nephew and niece. Otto Monson for many years was a piano tuner. BACK FROM WEST Wilford Rood and Conrad Larson returned March 7 from two weeks in the West. They visited the Paul Nasbys, Long Beach, Stanton Olsons, Redlands, Harold Roods Jr., Salinas Milo Smiths, Oakland, Kenneth Sweens, at Colorado Springs, Colo., and Herman Buettners Jr., Evergreen, Colo. Harold Rood is Wilford's cousin and Mrs. Sween is his sister. Mrs. Buettner are Andy Olson who went west with them remained with a son, Stanton, for a longer visit. CHURCH GROUP MEETS ALCW held a postponed meeting Friday. Hostesses were: Smith and Mrs. Conrad's aunts, Mrs. David Thompson, Engel, Mrs. Merle Mrs. Fred Frost, Mrs. Garmon Rolland and Mrs. Garwin Sorlien. Hospitality hostess was Mrs. Ralph Jacobson. The program was in charge of Mrs. Charles Thatcher. A heart film was shown. Mrs, Garmon Pflibsen and Mrs. Chas. Thatch- 50th wedding is observed at Swea City Swea-Eagle — The Ole Johansons, Swea City, had their golden ^wedding*' March 7, at thjp Immanuel Lutheran churcli Swea City, with open house from 2 to 5. Mabel Boyer and Ole Johanson, daughter of the William Boyers, and son of the Olaf Johansons were married at Estherville March 7, 1915. They had gone to Armstrong in a sled to meet the train to go to Estherville. The minister did not have the papers ready and the train had to be held up for the .return trip. When they arrived back in Armstrong, the snow had melted and the sled had to be pulled through mud!! Attendants were Belle Fraser, now Mrs. Scott Moore, and a brother of the groom, Dr. G. A. Johanson. Mrs. Moore was present Sunday, but Dr. Johanson, in California, was not able to be here. Dale and Wendy Johanson, grandchildren, took the gifts, and another grandchild, Delores Johanson, registered 100 guests. Another granddaughter, the Jerry Wegners, had charge of the gift table. Mrs. Betty Hammond, a niece, of Fairmont, served punch. Mrs. Jerry Wegner, granddaughter, had the program. Pastor Bengston, presented a large white bible printed in gold with their name. Marjorie Lee Tobin DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE ... PINE ROOM For Your Favorite Beverage (ALGONA HOTEL) • DINING • DANCING • COCKTAILS Let us stop car troubles before they start.' See us for a free Safety-Check of likely winter trouble spots, such as spark plugs, radiator, battery. We'll drain the old motor oil, put in fresh, free-flowing Sinclair Triple-X Multi Grade Motor Oil with anti-wear Nickel. We'll lubricate chassis, check transmission and differential. Drive in today. Drive with care and buy Sinclair. HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 5-3654 Algona, Iowa Sinclair n AMMO-NOI. f M |liiiit< I" ' ATTENTION n MMO-MMl ii """"•< Illllh,,, FAR YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR FREE COMING MARCH 19 FOSTER 1 CORN and SOIL CLINI -V.F.W. Tuesday, 1:30 to 4 P.M. - FREE REFRESHMENTS + Are You Ready for 150-Bushel Corn? Examine all the pitfalls of heavy fertilization, high plant population, weed control, etc. WILL IT TAKE 30" ROWS? Dr. Al Johanson, agronomist for Olin Matheson Chemical Corp., will have the answers for you at this special meeting. + CORN ROOT WORM FACTS- Mr. Frank Rueb, Algona, will give you the corn rootworm facts with colored film and slides. Be sure to attend and learn more about these farm problems. SPONSORED BY ,, H Uil»i< I"'* 1 " ALGONA FLOUR and FEED "Be Sure To Attend This Important Meeting"
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