Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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1 Honor Msgr. Gearen ALGONA (lawa) ADVANCfe^-5 THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 19ft ed Sunday, June 6, in the Mrst Lutheran church, tier gr&nd- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson and uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Curt Johnson of 'Pdm- eroy were in attendance afiti a family dinner was held fo'llbw- ing the services. It was 50 5>ears ago oh the same date Karla's grandmother Johnson was 'confirmed, so was a double celebration. DINNER FOR CONFIRMATION Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben, was •'don- firmed June 6 in the Trinity Lutheran church. Dinner guests following the services were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Godfredson, 'Mrs. Nels Godfredson, of Bancroft, Mr. and,Mrsi Mervin Johnsbn of Swea 'City, "Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. David Hankin and Kurt, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox and family. LAWRENCE WINKEL presents a gift on behalf of the parish to Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen Sunday evening at the reception held at the Garrigan auditorium to celebrate his 40th anniversary of ordination into the priesthood. More than 700 persons were present from 8 until 9 p.m. at the reception. Exclusive Advance photo by Mike Stillman. M-D CLUB MEETS Four Corner Mother's and Daughter club met at Good Hope church June 1, with Marlys Bjustrom, Ruth Arend, Ruth Harlan, Deanne Gerber, and Bernice Walker hostesses. Flower arrangements were shown. The program was in charge of Bernice Shaw, Laura Voight, and Darlene Walker. Corsages were given to old and new officers, the youngest mother, Deanne Gerber; Ina Witham for youngest great- grandchild; and three who have perfect attendance, Grace Bjustrom, Marlys Bjustrom, Minnie Walker. A style show was given on sports wear by the Chrischilles store. Models were Deanne Gerber, Marilyn Bjustrom and Marlys Bjustrom, Laura Voight, Marguerite Kollasch, Eula Rich, Betty Fisher, Beverly Kuecker. Gladys Eisenbarth. A contest was held on questions of club members. Grace Bjustrom had 7 right of 8. Birthdays were Marguerite Kollasch-and Loretta Broesder. The next meeting will be on Sept. 9 at Grace Bjustrom's with Marguerite Kollasch as co-hostess. The program will be by Opal Simpson and Sue Bjustrom. TO HONOR GROUP Three area college students from Ames, Vicki M. Steil, niece of Mrs. L. C. Reding, Algona, Linda E. Erdman. daughter of the William G. Erdmans, Corwith, and Sara M. Usher, daughter of the D. D. Ushers, Ottosen, were initialed into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national scholastic honor .society for freshman women. There were 87 initiated. Membership is based on academic attainment. A grade point of 3.5 (4.00 is perfect) is the minimum grade point acceptable. TO DEDICATE MANSE The Presbyterian Manse will be dedicated at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, June 13. All families are cordially invited to attend. As a gesture of appreciation to the Morz family it has been suggested that a gift of furniture and a mirror for the entrance be purchased. The cost would be approximately $150, and contributions may be left at the Iowa State Bank or The Security State bank as soon as possible so the gift may be placed in the home in time for the dedication. assistance of her husband Vaughan, gave a breakfast Friday at the Ambrose 'Call state park shelter house for her music students. In attendance were JoEl- len Baas, Doreen Funk, Dennis Orthman, Richard Feaster, Carol Teeter, Pam Kees, Judy Thornsen, Bea Kay Marshall, Lark Whittemore, Connie Derbyshire, Kathy Derbyshire, Kitty Hardgrove, Linda Meehlhause, Joy Meyer, and Connie Bray. CONFIRMATION OBSERVED Karla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sjogren, was confirm- spent. at. tile Kline's. A misdellaneous be held : for Mr's. (Mtis's the former Pam Giffiti, Saturday, 8 p.m. in the St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors at Ringsted. All friends and relatives are invited. ATTEND GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer and the latter's mother Mi's. Albert Weishaar attended the gfa- dilation May 30 at Ottawa, 111., of Mary Ann, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Carl Weishaar. Mrs. Weishaar remained for a longer visit. SOTH CLUB ANNIVERSARY The "Rhythmettes," a woman's quartet, appeared on a program at a meeting at Burt June 4 of the Busy Bees Women's club. The club was observing its 50th anniversary. AT CHARLES CITY WEDDING Orville Wicks attended the wedding Sunday, June 6 at Charles City of a niece Janet Maland, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Maland, to Roger Hanson. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock in the St. John Lutheran church. Mrs. Wicks and Barbara did not attend as Barbara had been dismissed from St. Ann only the previous day. HOSPITAL AID AWARDS Hospital Aid awards were presented Monday evening to 18 Girl Scouts who are known 'as the "Caridystripers" because of their pink and white striped aprons. A reception was given by the Sisters of St. Ann hospital following the presentation. 33RD ANNIVERSARY BAKE SALE SATURDAY There will be a bake sale and lunch at the St. Thomas Epis<&pal church Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. at 213 East Call street in Algona. The public is invited. Mr. and celebrated Mrs. Homer Kline their 33rd wedding anniversary Saturday evening and had as dinner guests at Charlie's Supper Club Mr, and Mrs. Tom Verhuel, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Parrptt and Mr. and Mrs. William Hilton. The evening was ATTEND SWEA CITY EVENT Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa attended the 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at Swea City for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krantz. Mr. Krantz is a nephew of Mrs. Asa. Father's Day GIVE Dad a Gift He'll Wear with Pride! Select from Quality NAME BRAND Merchandise at ZENDER'S in Algona TO ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa are going to Worthington, Minn., Sunday to attend a family reunion. SEWING CLUB MEETS Mrs. Otto Engstrom and daughter Betty entertained their sewing club Tuesday afternoon. KNITTING CLUB MEETS Mrs. Merle Webster entertained her knitting club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. John Dutton entertained her bridge club Wednesday. HELLO FROM THE NEW OWNER OF VIVIAN'S MODE-0-DAY I would like to take this opportunity to welcome everyone to the new Mode-O- Day Frock Shoppe in Algona. I have taken possession of the dress shop in Algona from its former owner, Mrs. Vivian Kuhn. I would like to welcome all of her old customers to visit us and would also hope that many of you who have not been in the shop will stop in and see us. Mrs. Claude Ruark OWNER OF THE MODE-0-DAY FROCK SHOPPE Please Pop this year with a gift he can wear . . . and you can be sure it will be of quality when it bears the ZENDER'S label . Serving this area for over 43 years in quality men's and boy's wear. Stop in this weekend and let our experienced sales staff help you please pop on Dad's Day. ffm m m m mV* m m m m m m m m m m m . m m m m*mVmVmVm m mVmVm m .V*J t A m m m mV*Vm m . m m m m*m m m m . m m m m m .*m m . m m m .' HAGGAR & JAYMAR SLACKS I GARDEN CLUB MEETS The Algona Garden Club met Monday, June 7, at Mrs. Fred Plumb's for a nine o'clock breakfast. Mrs. Carl Paetz was co-hostess. A program on roses was given by Mrs. James Baker. Mrs. Fred Pannkuk gave an article on gardening. Two new members from Bancroft were enrolled, Mrs. William Wiskus and Mrs. Ben Lampe. Twenty- one women attended. July 12 is the next meeting at the home of Mrs. H. S. Montgomery. DATE GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. D. L- Leffert will be honored at an open house on Sunday, June 13, from 2 to 5, in the Methodist church dining room in observance of their Golden Wedding anniversary. All friends are cordially iriyite4 to call there, but 'the couple requests there be no gifts. The event will be hosted by their daughter Ila and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parsley, and daughter Pat who are coming from Barrington, 111. fitfA'KFMT -ivr PARK Mrs. Bernice Rising, with the THANK YOU... FROM VIVIAN KUHN OF VIVIAN'S MODE-0-DAY At this time, I wish to thank the many customers 'and friends who have given me their loyal patronage th j ese past 'two years I have been in the dress business in Algona. Your help was always appreciated and I wish the hew owner, Jo Ruark, tht best of luck in the future. Thinks again to my many fine customers. Mrs. Vivian Kuhn FQRMER OWNER OF VIVIAN'S MQDJ-Q-PAY A ZENDER'S G§FT CERTIFICATE MAKES A WONDERFUL GIFT! Wonderful selection of wash & wear or Dacron & Wool mixtures. Smart new colors ... from 6.95 to 18.95 POP PLEASER No. 1 S •I Haggar BERMUDA SHORTS SPORT SHIRTS For Pops, Young or Old, Bermuda Shorts are more popular every year. We have all styles in Dacron & Cotton. POP PLEASER No. 2 • JANTZEN • ARROW • PURITAN • SHAPELY All colors in Stripes, Plaids, Madras, Solids, Dacrons & Cotton, from $4 to $5.95 POP PLEASER No. 3 "SERVING THIS ARE A FOR OVER 43 YEARS" ARROW SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS • WHITES e COLORS « STRIPES • DACRON & COTTON or ALL COTTON from $4 to $5 POP PLEASER No. 4 KNIT SHIRTS A galaxy of new arid different Knit Shirts by Jantien, Arrow & Munsingwear. Your choice of most any color or style, from $3 to $7.95 POP PLEASER No. 5 vv.v«v»v.v.v.vv»v.v»v»v.v.v*v S !: Clothing for Men and Boys . ALGONA, IOWA

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