Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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4—M.68NA tl«ws) ABVANC6 THURSDAY, MARCH Si, IMS Shower for Bode couple on Saturday Bod« — A miscellaneous shower was given for the David Torgersons at the church March 20. Hostesses were Mrs. Gladys Aasheim. Mrs. Agnes Berg'e. Mrs. Mildred Berge, Mrs. Sadie Bakken, Mrs. Eunice Dale. Mrs. Irene Hanson, Mrs. Barbara Helmen, Mrs. Marilyn Heitland, Mrs. Betty Halvorson. Mrs. Dorothy Jenson, Mrs. Evelyn Jenson, Mrs. Marge .Tenson. Mrs. Hilda Harris. Mrs. Wanda Palmer, Mrs. Gwen Holland, Mrs Bernice Holland, Mrs. Jo Rolland, Mrs. Tim Holland, Mrs. Agnes Smith, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson and Mrs. Doris Williams Algona. The Michael Helmeiis Carroll, had charge of the guest book and also assisted in passing the gifts. The bride's sister also assisted. The program was in charge of Mrs. Lucille Torgcr- son, who gave a humorous reading. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson had a story for each. Mrs. Tim Holland and Mrs. Lucille Torgerson poured. CROSS DRIVE Mrs. Darrell Johnson is chairman of the 1965 Red Cross drive, March 22 to April 1. Rural helpers are: the Lawrence Puhrmanns, Carl Hansons. Ted Kinseths, Gannon Hollands. Garwin Sorliens, Wilford Wiuffs. In Bode helpers arc Mrs. F. Bakken. Mrs. James Christianson, Mrs. Jerry Christiansen, Mrs. Leon Gangeslad, Mrs. Arlis Kinseth, Mrs. R. Matheson, Darrell Johnson, and Mrs. Ben Pflibsen. Mrs. Sidney Holland had the Bridge club Friday. Prizes were won by Mrs. T. M. Rossing, Mrs. Irwin Olson and Mrs. Basil Brock. Mrs. Keith Holland was a guest. Michele Palmer was home from Cedar Falls recently. It was her birthday. Friends from college, Diane Curran, Russell, and Angela Hooper, Yale, came with her. The Mark Palmers, Gilmore City, were Sunday guests and the George Yeomans, Britt, were afternoon guests. The Gerald Smiths, Bermuda, have a son born March 18. They have an older son, Duane. The baby was born at Kindley Air Force hospital. The Clarence Smiths are the paternal grandparents. The Garold Pugsleys, Elmore, were weekend guests at Chuck Van Alstine's. The Gerald Pedersons, Rutland, had 17 couples at a Haunted House square dance party March 22. It was a come as you are party. Jim Modrell, Algona, was the caller. Algona, Bode. Bradgate, Humboldt, Rutland and Rolfe particioants came. The Peter Nelsons, Harlan, visited the Darrell Johnsons Saturday. Sunday the Johnsons visited the Robert Munsons, Bradgate. Mrs. Judy Hoover was in Des Moines March 21 to visit her daughter the Gary Bragas and to see Gregory Jon, born March 11 and adopted by the Braga's March 18. The Bennie Skillerns have a daughter born March 20 at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. She has been named Jana Lynne. The Skillern's have a son Jon, 2, March 18 and perhaps in future years brother and sister can share the same birthday cake. Mrs. Matheson is caring for Jon during the day. The Elson Heggens spent a recent weekend at the parental Talmai Heggen's at Olivia, Minn. Mrs. Pearl Barber went to Whittemore March 14 to visit at her daughter Myrtle's, the Wm. Meyers, and care for her great grandson William Everett Myers IV. He is son of Wm. Meyers III. He was recently injured in an accident near Algona, where he is employed at Wiedenhoff's. He was released from the hospital March 21. March 16 Mrs. Barber was in Mason City to a hairstyling contest in which Linda Meyer, her granddaughter, parti c i p a t e d. From Tuesday on the Meyers family was completely snowbound- March 21 the lane and roads were cleared so they made the trip to Bob Barber's near LuVerne where a birthday observance was held for Mrs. Pearl Barber and five other members of the family who had birthdays within a week. The Cash family, Clear Lake, Jack Blesses, Charles City, were also present. Mrs. Barber got home Sunday gnd says she will long remember the weather at this birthday time. Gannon Holland quit working at Gander Mfg. Co. in Dakota City March 20 to begin spring farm work. He has been employed there for four months. Char- leg Thatcher quit his job at in Algona and will bt 1 Farming \vt>M of town. The Leon Gangcslads and Mrs. Viola Thompson were guests at Floyd Sherrill's, March 21, for birthday for Mrs. John Swcnsdh, .lolley, and Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Tina Dale and Ben Bro- borg and son Jimmy wont to Redwood Falls, Minn.'March 21. Jimmy is to appear in a piano playing contest In Minneapolis next Saturday. This is the second year ho has appeared. Mrs. Dale hopes to spend several weeks in the Broberg home. South Kossuth cancer drive starts April 1 ^ I mum Kossuth County Advance ( , SUBSCRIPTION BLANK j I I I I I am not now a regular subscriber to the Kossuth County Advance but would tike to be. Begin my subscription immediately. Bill me for $5.00 the first of next month. — 102 issues — Delivered Monday and Thursday — NAME . ADDRESS Tidings", says commercial growers can't be at the lops on the show circuit because they grow a thousand to five of a certain variety. There is not time during the cutting season to pick out special spikes for show purposes. MRS. TED HOOVER JR. The drive for. funds for the South Kossuth County Chapter of the American Cancer Society will begin next Thursday, April 1 with Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr., Titonka, shown above, as chairman. Kickoff meeting was held Wednesday at the Colonial Motel. Mrs. Hoover's husband farms near Titonka and they have four children, ages 7 through 14. She is in her 8th year as a 4-H leader and is a graduate of SCI at Cedar Falls. She taught two years at Titonka after that. President of the South Kossuth Chapter is Mrs. Clifford Anfinson, Wesley. State Glad show dated for Algona The North Central Iowa Gladiola society discussed plans for the state show in Algona in August. President Mrs. John Schimmel presided. Other officers are vice president, Mrs. Julia Gatton, and sec.-ireas., \ Ted Charles. To encourage new growers and participants in the show the state publication, "Iowa Glad NYLON JERSEY by Pinny, packer, At last, a knit thot packs in small spqce, com»» out uncrushed, ready to put on...(or the fresh, cool, sunn mer look. Exclusive flower design print in predominating colors of blue, aqua, rose. Flattering mobile skirt, Mlssef end half sizes. THg Elite Shop Ann Fechner, owner The back yard grower who specifically grows for the show table has every advantage. lie can take five bulbs and grow them into a possible grand champ. lie has the time to see that each plant has an inch of water every week, that each -spike w- staked, that the new i formed buds are straight, that i can easily keep them weed free ;and hoed. The small grower has I ample time to attend the shows land groom his sp'ikes before en| try time. STUDENT DIRECTOR: Corene Frideres, a student:at Fort Dodge Community'college, is student director in the prd- riuction of "Visit to a Small j Planet". Her duties include making a prompt book, acting as an understudy when needed, and prompting the cast. Corene and the men's understudy, Doug dranner, Rockwell City, will handle and .cU6, the operations behind the scenes. It will be given March 25., She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Frideres and a sophomore in college. -.."'." Most thunderstorms generate in the daytime. The moon is a quarter of a million miles.distant. > Rttmer — proprietor of the Hattser Manufacturing Company at NasHUa, will be closing out his plant alid business 'alter 34 years '6f. producing farm equipment and parts. Mr and Mrs Mauser plaft to Continue living ift Nashua. Surface temperature of the sun averages 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. A house cat has been known to reach the age of 27 years. RIVERDALE Riverdale Rustlers II met on March 13 in the St. Joe school hall. The 4-H Pledge was led by Michelle Thilges and Mildred fhul led the .Pledge of Allegiance. Recreation was by Mary Reding 'and Paula Thilges. A t&lk on record books was given by Rosa Lee Illg who also gave a demonstration, For special activity Linda Reding showed her hobby. Mary Margaret Berte and her mother were hostesses. Jfepbrte* is/Michelle*?Wlgfe. FENTON FORWARDS Fenton Forwards met March 15. with Ann Krause. A bake sale was dated March 27 at the Priebe store at Fehton. Talks were given by Jane Wichtendahl and Sandfa SeegebSfth. jA denv onstratiofl was given by Betty Wolter. Visiting tfibthers; were Mrsrfcaxtef, Mrs fifvih Luedtke, Too Lalo To Classify FOR RENT — Furnished apartment with garage available immediately. Call 205*2549 after 6 p.m. , - 24tfng MECHANIC WANTED — Experienced on John Deere Machines. Modern shop and good working conditions. J, R. Schutjer, Titonka, Iowa. 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