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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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10-Algona la.) Upper D*t Moin«< Tuesday, March 19, 1968 Moffitt, Fred Gronbach, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Harold Becker and baby, Mrs. Verna Seeley, Robert Scarr, Algona; Janice Roeber, Whittemore. MARCH 9 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Erpelding, Whittemore, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul, Algona, boy; admitted: Mrs. Marjorie Ryg, Ottosen, medical; dismissed: Dean Parrott, LeRoy Lau, Algona; Maynard Blanchard, Lone Rock; Walter Fuoss, Whittemore. MARCH 10 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Potthoff, Algona, boy; admitted: John Bockes, LuVerne, medical; Mrs. Amy Geering, Algona, surgery; Jeffrey Detrick, Whittemore, surgery; dismissed: John Rooney, John Thompson, Algona; Cecelia Scott, Burt; expired: William Metzger, West Bend; Otto Schaler, Whittemore. MARCH 11 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ulm, Algona, boy; admitted: Mary Grandgenett, Corwith, medical; John Freilinger, Livermore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. William Duffy and baby, and James Elmore/Sr., Algona. MARCH 12 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bode, Algona, boy; admitted: Carrie Harms, West Bend, medical; Penny Lynn Parcel, Algona, medical; dismissed: BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower was given Sunday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran Church for Bettie Riedel, whose marriage to Roger Ditsworth of Bancroft will take place Saturday, March 23. Miss Riedel is attending a school of cosmetology at Mason City and Mr. Ditsworth is employed at Forest City with a trailer manufacturing firm. Hostesses were Marlys Bjustrom, Whittemore; Janice Wolf, Mrs. Virgil Wolf, Mrs. David Doocy, Bancroft; Marjorie Zeimet, Bode; Selma Riedel, Rowan; Dorothy McFarland, Louise McFarland, Marlene Davis, Burt; Edith Long, Lone Rock; Elaine Kinseth, Blanche Long, Shirley Ludwig, Norma Paetz, Lena Olson, Delores Riedel and Jessie Long. - o - IDLE HOUR CLUB Mrs. Ann Hanson will be hostess to the Idle Hour Bridge Club Wednesday. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Arnie Ricklefs is entertaining her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - PLAY 500 Mrs. Mabel Lane entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - BPW MEETING The Business and Professional Women met March 12 at the Johnson House. Maxine Momyer and Ella Zumach presented the program and had as guest speaker Ted Charles, Civil Defense advisor for Algona. - o - EASTERN STAR LUNCHEON The Algona Eastern Stars will serve a noon luncheon, Wednesday, March 20, at the Masonic Temple here, to which the general public is invited. Serving will be from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. The committee consists of Mrs. Nancy Moore, Mrs.CorrineGab- rielson, Mrs. Lois Wickliff and Mrs. Louise Patterson. Mrs. Richard Thul and baby, Louise Hauptly, Algona; Mrs. Marvin Erpelding and baby, Whittemore; Karen Berte, John Bockes, LuVerne. MARCH 13 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Deitering, Bancroft, boy; admitted: Herbert Kaiser, LuVerne, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Henry Harms, West Bend; Mrs. Amy Geering, Algona. MARCH 14 - Admitted: Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, medical; Mary Guide, Gertrude Hatten, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Don Potthoff and baby, Mrs. Luella Esser, Penny Lynn Parcel, Algona. Soil District Speech Contest Is Slated Here The Kossuth County Soil Conservation district is sponsoring the 1968SoilConservationSpeech Contest. The contest is open to all junior high and senior high students in the county. The speeches are to be from five to ten minutes long and on the topic "Soil, Our Important Legacy." The prizes for the local contest are $15, $10 and $5 for first, second, and third place, respectively. The winner of the local contest will advance to the regional contest to be held in July and the regional winner will advance to state level competition. The state contest will be held in September, 1968, at the annual conference for Soil Conservation District Commissioners in Mason City, la. The first place winner in the state contest will receive a $250 scholarship to any accredited college plus $100 in cash. The second and third place awards will consist of $75 Anyone interested in entering the 1968 Soil Conservation speech contest may obtain contest information from the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District office ENDS WED. FEB. 20 One Complete Showing Each Evening At 8 P.M. to —~ RS- ROBERT WISE S Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 ALGONA 1$ -Ojf COU/L&&/ ATTENTION! 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