Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 25, 1967 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 25, 1967
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Bear Facts By Sv**n Effect R«v Ann KolUvth Dan SdtetdL CS*IC dob afeo iastaiferi Dentoe face?, pnesideBt; Boa tjr. *BBfetiffy; Ue ilL _ Grotty, to em B«y, rf WM fh»» Him _ Last Tuesday freshmen and seniors were given the tuberculin sfcin test Same fresb- iea claimed tbe needle was five inches long- Wonder what seniors cnkksned out? GHS Tryot/U for fh* •»! «hoc4 play THE LIFE AAT> DEATH OF LARRY BENSON were held Monday, Sept. 18 after school. All tophotnores, juniors and seniors were eligible. This year's production will be directed by Mr, Richard Bai- eik. English instructor. The new cast has just been released and claiming the lead parts are Dave Beach, Leonard Becker and Rax Studer. Supporting roles are Debbie Arndorfer, Jean Nauhoh. Marcia Hinkc-n. lirn Boetel- man, Jeanne Milder, Shirley Becker, Rick Blbert, Janice TbuL Karen Fuchs&n and Michael Brsy. Student director is Barb Winkfel. Cong/atu- lations to all' GHS On Sept. 15 the monthly student Mas* arri dress up day got off to a f.-'.sh start this year. A new type of accompan- iament for Mass was introduced. The happy folk song stressed the beauty of God'* action in our iiv«. A favorite seemed to be "Joy Is Lake The Rain", truly beautiful, as well as symbolic of the nature of Christian joy. GHS Juniors and freniori were given 2 chance to select their respective class rnottos, flowers, patron saint and colors. Ballots were circulated and rnany good suggestions were ii&ied. Results are to be re- Itx&ed later. GHS Football M«*on *t«rted out with more than a bang, against Estherville High, Sept. 15. Tbe Bears put up a hard Oght with the .Midges, but lost 25-20. The Bears also tost end,;, H Steve Erpelding to therihjury£i of ^broken arm. Steve will b£,5S out for the rest of the season, but we're proud of him. Win or lose, the Bears have got ed the Gcwerameot dice test wer to Kibe Stnder Sast Sept I£. Who ssed stadeol-designed tests were easier than teacher-made oaes. Thanks for tbe coo! test, Mike!! GHS U*f Wt4fW*d*y, jtmior* and ftcajocs from GHS, Bancroft and EtrjEDetsborg Ca£b- crikr partkipated to the annual CoBege Day. Colleges represented frasa Iowa included: St. Vloceot's School of Xunuig, Briar Cliff, Clarke Cc3sg£. ML Merc?-, SL Jat- epfc School of Nursing. Marycrest, and Lores College. Kansas colleges were; Maryroocm;, St. Marry College, St. Beoe- dkt's. Sacred Heart, R«±- hurst Coll£ge. St Mary of tbe Plains. Avila College, aod SI?, St Seholasfcca College. St. Theresa aod Si. John's CoJ- Vege represented Minnesota as Mtindelaio College did Illinois. Lone Rock The Harold Meyers were Sunday evening guests ai Alf Krueger's. Guests of Maude Blanchard were the Cbet Alroes, Ottosen. Judy and Dennis Hutchinson were hofne for tbe weekend from Minneapolis with their parents', the Lioyd Hut- chinsoos. Mrs. Harlan Mariow, Mrs, Lloyd Hutchinson, and Mrs. William Mariow went to Mankato Monday where Teresa and Allen entered Mankato State College. The Kenneth Kinsellas and Roger spent the weekend at Roy Sunkel's. Modernette club met at Mrs, Sam McCleish's Thursday. Mrs. Paul Bernhard won high, Mrs. William Mariow travel. Mrs. Robert Lynch low. Mrs. George Kissner had as guests Friday afternoon Mrs. Georgia Mariow, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs. Dave Lynch, J»4iy, *iWCaTvui *M<irio'ij£i£ t 3»lrs, Jane Hcnrickseq an4 cbndren, MB,rVUliam «aridw, Jlrs. Harlan Mariow. The Roger Jensens and Frank Flaigs went to Rocnest- ef, inim. TfnifMftjr. Mn. ft** ottered St Mafyt to* pittL Her room number it 3- tfA Mr*. ftopr Jwen tUrfCd with her mother tffl Suafcy. Vititor* Sofiday wMh Mrs. fltfg «tt« Mr*. Fr»nk Half. Mrs C. W. Been* «od Dee- nift, Baft. Lceore Circle wffl meet W«tMid*r Afteraooo M 2 PAL Sept 20 with Mr* JfiHoo Mad*** baste*. Mn. \Jt*> rex* Roth Mil have the fe* JWL Friday oigti's football gjftne vffl be at Seotttl, Sept. 22, »fe*reSentral is slated to host Lincoto-Sentral, Gruver. Burt Liois in planing for Halloween Bt»r* — The Lions club met Monday at the Legion Hall. Toe Auxiliary committee was Elsie Winter, Jean Locfcwood, Ruth Alice Patterson and Le- otsa Lacy served the 1 o'clock dinner. Guests of tbe club were Don Reimsrs. William Giddings. Daryle Sparks, Jerry Xydegger, Wendefl Wetland, Edgar Meyer, Sidney Miinsr, George Ifanus and Dean Andrews. Kenneth Cook and Fred Davis reported on Jheir Jrip to Des Moines to the Iowa Commission for the Bbnd Open House Sunday. The anntnl HaHoween party was discussed. A committee of Waldo Kruse. Ken Cook, Michael Scott and Fred Davis was instructed to lake charge. The annual Boy Scout Fund Drive headed by Jlichael Scott will" take place Sept. 23 with a kick off at Cunningham cafe it 7:30 a.m. All Lions are requested to be present. Sec. Hawcott announced the District Governors will be at the October meeting. Lion Spry reminded the club that 16 years ago the club was chartered. Charter members present were Charles Sprv, J. L. Miller, G. H. McMullen and George Manus. Dale Lockwood told of his tour through the Lions International office in Chicago. Plum CrMk Elite The monthly meeting of the Plum Creek Elite «i Club was held on Sept 9, at tbe Call State Park, from 12:30 until 3:00. Jane Walker was 01 charge of the food aad Debbie Spear, the fire. We roasted shish-ka-bote and had all the trimmings. DRIVE - IN BANKING FmMrOtteftM ikilM tdUia&iiMmMaUidisfififr iiear crash OtfttM — Funeral service*, were held for Mn, Peart D MangDJOfi at the First Congregational church at Garwin, Minn^ September 16 at 2:00 p.m. The Rer. W. H. Wiener was in charge. Burial was a! the Marshall cemetery at Marshall, Minnesota. Mrs. Manguson is the former Pearl Hamen, daughter of Mrs. Mary Hansen, Esthervil- fe. and the late Archie Hansen. She also attended school here and was graduated with the class of 1936. Mrs. Magnuson, 49, was driving alone from her home to the Spencer fair, Sept 13 about 8:15 a.m. when she lost control of her car and crashed headon into an oncoming car near Slayton. Minn. Also killed was David Hoh- enstetn, 25. Lakefield, Minn. The driver of the car, Eugene Rossow, 32, Lakefield, was injured. The force of the impact demolished both cars. Mrs. Magnuson was killed outright The collision was on a straight stretch of the highway. Survivors include her husband and two sons, Ronald and Steven, and her mother. Mrs.iMary Hansen. Four of her aunts live in Ottosen, Mrs. Basae Cooper, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Faculty members enrolled in Saturday classes at Drake university, Des Moines, Mrs. Conrad Johnson, Mrs. Robert Crocker. Mrs. LeRoy Selvig and Mrs. Mike Frohfing. Weekend guests of Mrs. Essie Cooper were the Clyde Coopers, Stawartsville, Mo., and Ralph Coopers, Cameron, 'Mo. They came to attend the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Dale Manguson at Garvin.. Minn. Others from this area who attended were Mrs. Essie Cooper, the Donald Coopers, Mrs, W. G. Cooper, Sirs. Louis Jacobson, the Edward Zinnefc, HamboMt, Eme*t Caacfcion* aod ftoMit OtW- er, add Richard Kftatti, Lti- Verne. Margaret Holt aftd Urt. Loran Daftiet •pent the wtek- end at Keith Diofet** at fiat* hota Saturday night fee? attended a reception at Homer John*»'t r Boot*, for Alfntoa and -Mrs. Richard Lanoft Aad son. He is stationed in Florida. Carl Zinnel aod the Paul Schariapps, Wortfaintfoa, Minn, aod the Lotos Jacobsons were Sunday afternoon visitors at (fee Edward fin- oel's Tbe Walter Kobers. Waterloo, were Thursday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Mina Wehr- spano's. Tbe H. D. Benson* spent tbe weekend with their daughter, the Dan N'ilgeses at Sonv ner. Saturday ararniaf|they attended the wedduj^ of a friend. ••* ; ;•'•'• Rev. Robert LeMoot attended the Iowa District Pastoral Institute at Belbesda^Lutber- an church at Ames from Tuesday to Thursdayf "Mrs. Clarence Spurlock, Sutherland is visiting her brother, Earl Long. She came with the Coopers when they were enroute home from the funeral at Garvin, Minnesota. Sp. 5 Jack Strickland, his wife and daughter Patty left Sunday for Ft. Gordon, Gz., where be will be stationed. Mrs. Strickland and Patty had been staying with her parents, the Leo Toftebergers while be was in Viet Nam. Tbe Mike Coyles were Sunday guests at Dallas Coyle's at Fairmont, Minn. Tbe Sidney Lothians, Gilmore City, were Sunday night visitors at Roy Jacobson*s. Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Mrs. -Essie Cooper visited •Mrs. -Mary Hansen at Estherville Thursday. Tbe Raymond Borkowskis and daughter were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Etta McCormack at Bode. Mrs. Hattie Barlow, Boise, Idaho, a sister of Mrs. McCorrnack, was also a guest. Tbe Howard Thompsons and Louis Jacobsons visited Howard Hellickson at the hospital Sunday night te ii Ni'rtttMtt Lotheraa CoBgrrgatioitt of Kbssem and Paid Atto Gam- ties wffl observe the 450ft Aft. otamfjr of the Reformation trtth a baaquet in the gymo* shun of St. Paul Lutbertn school in WhiHemore Oct. 22. Tte*e inctode the coogrefa- tkns belonging to the Lutheran church of America; the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod,, and the American Lutheran Church which comprise the participating chunjh bodies of the Lutheran Council in the United States of Mr*. L G. Leonard, Gafncf; Rev. and Mft. R T. Mueller, UVefa^^Rev.Mkl Mr«, Wm. *^fc*^ a Uv^ellllute; ]ReV. And Mrs. W, Oatermeier, West Bend; Rw. Oeo Kautsch, ~ «ef,iiidltf8.C. B£s«, Cytoder; Rev. and W. H. Frtedrtch, Algona. r MM MM* W* Hi PrMNI' rich attended the ftmeni of Mn. ixNiil Rlchm*A Sept. 15 it Fairmont, Thfr Rev, Louto ftfchiMtm ww pmator .of St. John's Lutheran church it: Burt from 1927 to 1944. MEN WANTED NOW TO TRAIN AS CLAIMS ADJUSTERS Insurance adjusters and investigators are badly need* ed doe to the tremendous increase of claim* resulting from automobile accidents, fires, burglaries, robberies, storms and industrial accidents that occur daily. Top money can be earned in this exciting, fast moving field, full time or part time. Work at your present Job until ready to switch over to your new career .through excellent local and national employment assistance. Home office: 1872 N. W. 7 Street, Miami, Florida. VA APPROVED. For details, without obligation, fill out coupon and mail today. Dr. William Buege, Dean of Memorial Chapel, Valparaiso ,. University, Valparaiso, laid-, "*• win be the banquet speaker at 7:00 p.m. He will meet before the banquet with the Clergy and wives in an informal gathering from 5 to 6 p.m. The theme for this 450th Anniversary of the Reformation is "Life-New Life", and participating congregations will receive further details as to the program and the obtaining of tickets for tbe gathering. County co-chairman for Palo Alto county are Rev. Xeal MacLachlan, St. Paul Lutheran church, Emmetsburg and Rev. Oliver Johnson, St John Lutheran church, Cylinder; for Kossuth County, Rev. Paul Ofatedal. St Paul's Lutheran Church, Lakota; Rev. Robert Lorenz, First Lutheran church, Algona, and Rev. Paul H. Sohn, Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. CONFERENCE HELD The Algona Circuit Pastoral Conference was held at St John's Lutheran church, Burt, Sept 11. The conference opened with a communion service conducted by the Rev. R. Edwin Bishop of Burt The noon meal was served by women of the congregation. 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