Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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4-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCE MAY 20, 196$ SOCIETY UNION M A D TEA the Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club held their Mother's Day Tea at the Civic Center on Thursday, May 13. Thirty ladies 1 " and seven children attended. Roll call was answered by members and guests on "Unusual Memory of My Mother". Helena Dodds and Karen Davies were in charge of the program on Mothers. After the program small chrysanthemums were presented the two honorary members present. Mamie Winkel and Ada Hofius. Plants were presented to the two members having perfect attendance, Audra Hecrdt and Irene Nitchals. Other plants were presented for miscellaneous deeds. The Tea Table was decorated with a small May Pole. Mildred Richter, Frances Dodds, Bertha Sarchet and Camilla Mctzgcr were hostesses. Neva Shiplcr poured. NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED The new officers of Kossuth County Post 2541 V. F. W. were installed at the regular meeting last Wednesday by the 10th District Commander Earl Berg of Swea. City, with Herbert Montgomery assisting. Officers installed were Commander Wayne Goodman; Sr. Vice Commander George Vitzthum; Jr. Vice Commander Arthur Wiese; Quartermaster Wilbur Zeigler; Post Advocate Fred Plumb; Chaplain Tony Schmitt; Surgeon Ernest Sorlic; Trustee James A. Kelly, and Adjutant Ed Wolf. Plans for Memorial day were made. The annual Spanish-American War Veterans Banquet will be on June 19th. There being only one surviving veteran of the Spanish-American War left, in this district, it was decided that the World War 1 veterans be included a guests.^ Engaged MR. AND MRS. Floyd T. Bode announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice Marie, Des Moincs, to Allan Keith Christcnscn, also Des Moincs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chris- tcnsen, Wolsey, S. D. An August 14th wedding is planned. She is a graduate of the university college of Nursing and is employed as an elementary school nurse in the Des Moines public schools. Mr. Christensen is a dispensing optician at Whylie Optical Co., DCS Moincs. June 1 he will be with Dr. Atkinson, Oskaloosa. and Ginger Krebsbach won high at 500. Chuck Bchr showed slides on Paris. It was voted to continue meetings during the summer. The next meeting will be June 16. BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower was given ill; honor of Patricia Peterson, Sunday, May 16 at the Norm Christian home. Guests were Mesdames John Deim, Milton IJilyeu, Mervin Hcntges, Orville Duncan, Glenn Seger, Jerry Ostrum, Frank Ostrum, James Daniels, .Gerald Thilges, Willis Marshall, Lloyd Ashland, Stan Muckey, Walter Peterson and Kim,,. Blanche Lagc and Cindy Christian. Out-of-town guests were'the grandmother and aunt of Patricia, Mrs. H. V. Cookc, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Don Staver, Fort Dodge. Patricia will be married ..to Steve Ostrum Saturday 7:00 p.m. at the First Baptist church. OFFICERS ELECTED St. Cecelia CD of A elected new officers May 13 who will be installed at a regular meeting June 10. New officers are: Grand Regent, Matilda His- tau; vice grand Regent, Mildred Winkel; prophetress, Bridget Smith-financial sec., Ruth Carman; historian, Carol Cotton; treas., Judy Diekmann; monitor, Cyrilla Siefert; lecturer, Mary Wiltgen; organist, Dolores Winkel; sentinel, Fedelas Hibbs; trustesses for 3 years, Luella Murphy, Patricia Gilbride; for 2 years, Patricia Watson, Irene Nitchals; for 1 year, Conine Laing, Doria McEvoy. OFFICERS ELECTED Election of officers was held at the last meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club at the Motel. New officers are: President, Sally Christie, of Wesley; vice, Ruth McVay; sec., Monica Storr; treas., Helen Klein; corresponding sec., Anna Merritt; historian, Lcona Smith. June 4 will be a dinner meeting at Sally Christie's. HONORED .WITH DINNER Mr. and Mrs. William Laubenthal entertained at dinner following the first Holy Communion of their daughter Carla at St. Cecelia Catholic church May 9. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kerber, of EmmetsgUrg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe . Laubenthal, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Laubenthal of Cylinder and the respective families. . BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr, and Mrs. Lee Schcnck and family and Mrs. Esther Hclberg met Mr. and Mrs Fred Woods of Ames; at Treloars, Ft. Dodge, Sunday. It was a celebration of Shelley Schenck's birthday. 25th ANNIVERSARY , An open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Nelson, rural Pitonka, on their 25th wedding anniversary, will be held Sunday, May 23, from 2 until 5 p.m. Friends are cordially invited and no invitations are being sent. PROM IS HELD An oriental theme was used for the Garrigan high school prom on Friday evening. Fans and favors were handed out by sophomores, Kathleen Boudewyns and Barbara Ann Kunkel, who were dressed in hand embroidered satin kimonas belonging to Mrs. George Sefrit. Mr. Sefrit brought them from Japan and watched while the embroidery work was being finished. BIRTHDAY CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. H. M. Smith is entertaining her birthday club Friday, May 21. The birthday of Mrs Marie Kunz is being observed. SCOUT PICNIC HELD Mrs. W. A. Hall and a group of Girl Scouts and their mothers held a picnic supper Monday at the Ambrose Call state park. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. A. B. Venteicher entertained her bridge club Friday. MEET IN SUMMER Newcomers club met Tuesday at the Algona Hotel. New members are Sandy Snedden, Verna Rezabeck, and Phyllis Mannish. Hostesses were Polly Stephens and Ellyn Ullom. Sherrie Bomgaars won high at bridge Mrs. Elibazeth Post entertain ed her 500 club Wednesday eve ning. SCHOOL ON MAY 31 There will be school on Monday, May 31, in the Algona community school district, it was announced this week. Classes will end in the school on Friday, June 4. LuVERNE TIME CHANGE LuVerne — The time of the Memorial observance has been changed from 7:30 a.m. May 30 to 2 p.m. that day. MtiC.12We: TRAILER HOUSE INSURANCE GONE UP? 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