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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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et AlOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 VOL 101 N«. 74 Section 2 New Home Economists, Kossutfi & Palo Alto Pictured above are (left to right) Margaret Pratt and Carolyn Carlson, the two Extension Home Economists for Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties. They began serving the two counties Sept. 1. Margaret Pratt is senior Home Economist and has served Palo Alto county for several years. Carolyn Carlson is a May graduate of Iowa State University In Home Economics education, Her former home was in Albia. Carolyn is an eight-year member of Monroe county 4-Hand a past county 4-H president. She was a summer trainee in Warren county in 1965 and has been an Extension assistant In Osceola county this past summer. Mrs. Pratt and Miss Carlson will be servicing the adult Home Economics program and the 4-H Home Economics subject matter training in Kossuth county. Other staff members in Kossuth county and Dennis Cumberland, Extension assistant, will work with organization for both boys' and girls' 4-H clubs. Galen DeValois is county Extension director. HAS BIRTHDAY The birthday of Mrs. John Cash was observed by members of her birthday club Thursday at Clear Lake. .In attendance were Mesdames Roy Bjustrom, Ray Potter, . . Don .Nelson, Lloyd McGuire, Chester Schoby, and Ralph Loss, Bremerton, Wash. WEEKLY PARTY Algona Country club women held their weekly party Sept. 21 with Mrs. Merlin Baker hostess. Winners at bridge were Mrs. Roy Bjustrom,, Mrs. Frank Zen- der.and Mr$, .Julius Kunz. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson .will be hostess Sept. 28. BRIDGE CLUBS Mrs. D. E. Dewel entertained her bridge club Sept. 26. Mrs. John Cash was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday afternoon, September 27. Two table were in play. - o - ARE HOSTESSES Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs. Milton Norton entertained at a party Friday for Mrs. Ralph Loss, Bremerton, Wash. Mrs. Wade Sullivan entertained her bridge club Friday. - o - FIRST BIRTHDAY Jo Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Heiderscheidt celebrated her first birthday on Thursday evening, Sept. 15. Guests attending included her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt j Lawrence Held- erscheid 1 :, Donna and Judy; Mi.*. and Mrs. Dean Baker, Scott, Denise and Chet; Mrs. Gerald Kramer; Mrs. Jane Grisham and Leland; Mrs. Ed Schumacher and Cindy; Mrs. Joe Wagner, Gene and Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dodds, Annette and Brenda; Mrs. Darrold Bunkofske and her sister and brother, Terrle and Dale. Gifts were opened and lunch was served. — 0«— HELD REUNION A family reunion In observance' of birthdays was held Sunday at Thornton at the Gary Schichtls. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schtchtl of Marshalltown, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton. The anniversaries of Gary, Wayne and Mel were observed. - o - HOUSEWARMING Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig were given a housewarming last Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Georg, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman and Mr..and Mrs. Ed , Kain. The honorees were presented with a gift and the guests provided refreshments. The Ludwigs recently moved into their new home on South Colby street. Mrs. John Forbes assisted Mrs. Vernell Ludwig at a coffee last Wednesday at which guests were Mrs. Andrew Lan- benthal, Mrs. Irene Griffin, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Gordon Winkel and Leona Ferstl. - o - ENJOY PICNIC Twenty sisters of the Presentation Order from St. Cecelia's and Garrigan as\d members of Court 283 enjoyed a picnic, Sept. 19 at Call State Park. Hikes were taken and followed with a potluck dunner. Five hundred was played, with Sister Mary Deborah winning high and Sister Mary Ignatius low. Sister Mar ylsadore won the lucky plate gift and Sister Mary Imelda door prize. Mary Wiltgen won the birthday gift. C. D. A. members in charge were Joan Mertzand Laura Becker, with the following ladles assisting: LaVonne Henry, Fern Stanton, Ann Goecke, Mary Rich, Bonnie Esser, Eileen Muller, Mary Buscher, Helen Leigh, LuelJa Wolf, Lorraine Higley, Nina Steinman, Sylvia Germann, Sheila Reding, Cecelia Dahlhauser, Ruth McMahon, Angeline Dearchs, Dorothy Mergen, Adelaide Kohlhaas, Letha Van Allen, Marie Ewen, Mary Cink, Genevieve Goecke, Lorean Frideres, Margaret Graettinger, Alice Thilges, Joyce Woods, Frances Dodds, Loretta Buscher, Barbara Robinson, Loretta Poundstone, Patricia Gilbride and Elizabeth Platt. — o — GEORGE JERGENS and his daughter, Mrs. Dick Sarchet, went to Fort Rucker, Ala. to visit another daughter of the Jergens, Joan, and her husband David Barie who is in the army and has been sent to Viet Nam. They left last Saturday via train from Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. Dick Post, Bob, Rick and Rex went to Fort Dodge Friday to meet the daughter Joan who is attending St. Joseph's School of Nursing at Sioux City. She was home for the weekend. .The family went from Fort Dodge to Clarion to see the football game. JUST ARRIVED AT SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALON . . . COLOR-QUICK Bleaches or colors your hair in just minutes! This new amazing speed-processing machine will reduce by as much as 80% the normal time it takes to bleach or color your hair. • NORMAL 2 HOUR BLEACH NOW TAKE ONLY 20 MIN. 1 • NORMAL 60 MIN. TINT NOW TAKES ONLY 10 MIN. 1 • NORMAL 60 MIN. TONER NOW TAKES ONLY 10 MIN. I Sheakleys Beauty Salon has installed this ultra-modern processing machine to give you the latest in hair coloring service. You can always be sure of the newest hair styles and salon equipment at Sheakleys, where 6 qualified operators ai\e available to give you courteous and dependable service, MONDAY SPECIAL Regular $10.50 permanent for only .... CALL FOR APPOINTMENT OPIN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. *" 6.95 i --*:. ALGONA SHEAKIiEiS ALGONA TO THE 18th ANNUAL KOSSUTH BAND FESTIVAL SPONSORED BY The Algona Chamber of Commerce SATURDAY OCT. 1 SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS CHAMPION BATON TWlRLERS LEISA & LAN! JO GILL MISS IOWA MISS PAMELA KAE ERICSON j SIOUX CITY COLORFUL PARADE 10 A.M. ON STATE STREET CROWNING OF THE QUEEN ALGONA HI ATHLETIC FIELD 5 P.M. ALL EVENTS OF THE DAY FREE TO PUBLIC SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS FORT DODGE LANCIERS DRUM & BUGLE CORPS LITTLE MISS IOWA ' RHONDA MARIE BLOMBERO POCAHONTAS Taylor Implement Co. Funk Plumbing ft Heating Hood's Super Vain Zender't Thermogaa Co. of Algon* Irons Heating ft Plumbing Cowan Corporation J. C. Penney Co^ MHHHHMMMHMMHB^HMH^MM ' Scholia Broi. Garage ft Ofl Statloa Jack's O.K. Tire Service Kirk's Shoe Store Coagt-to-Coait Store Algona Greenhouses Behr Standard Service North Central Pabllc Service Co. Port Transfer A Storage No. Iowa Appliance Center Algona Plumbing ft fleattog DUB Garage ft Body Shop FMter Firnitwe Co. .Pjnstrom Furniture'Co. Graham'! The Chrlgchlllei Store Modem Pry Cleaneri Home Federal Saving* & Loan Ait'p Elk CUanerj Perclvtl Motor* g ft L Dept. Store Algona Implement Co. Ernie William - John Peer* Carion'i (or Color Viking Qfl Co. Batcher grot. Implement KeiiBth Motor Co. Read's Furniture HaUell Office ft School Sippfr Shealtleyi Iowa State Bank Baiter's Pavii PahU Smoke Shop Honsbruch Drag Consolidated Co-Op CreAmeriet Wfltgea Jeweien Joe Bradley Eqalpmqrt Taylor Motor Ct. Leuthold-Willianu (The Hub Clothieri) Frederick Hardware Algona Flour ft Feed Sherwtn-WUUami P«iaU Chrtotenten'i The Secarlty State Baafc Sharp'i Jewelry Algona Theatre Co. Algona Produce Co. HarrUon'i Variety Bomgamn 8 ft 10 Shllti BrowaMU Shoe Store Ltlng Plumbing ft Heating Ludwlg'i Cafe United Building North Iowa Bewtoj Mtcatoe Oe. &ifn T* m^y Unlvertal Mlj. Oe. But

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