Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 4
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After attending the AIL State Chorus try-outs last Saturday at Humboldt, fiva Algona students qualified to go to Des Moines for the All- State Concert. The chosen few are: Tim Will, Dean Teeter, Judy Scobba, Sharon Von Bank, and Bill Burt, —AHS— Congratulations to the Junior Varsity on having an un<defeated season. They completed their winning streak with a victory over Clear Lake. Too bad no one was around the school to see the celebration! Things got a little wet, right coaches?!? —AHS— F.H.A. was on* of th« good 'things about Halloween. They went Trick or Treating for UNICBF. On the bad sidle of things, some of the teachers got the nice job on their cars and lawns. Good thing Halloween is only once a year —AHS— Wednesday a number of F.T.A.'ers attended the district meeting at Mason City. They attended discussions 'and meetings during the day, Bulldog Tales b> Cathy Chrltchllles learning more about F.T.A. The debaters came home successful from Worfhing- ton test week with Max Laird and Greg Perkins being undefeated. The others captured a few second and third places. —AHS— Why are the girts asking the boys for the date this time? You guessed It, Sadie Hawkins. Nov. 10 marks the date when the girls from G.R.A. meet in two powder- puff football games. Following fthe games is the dance ait which the couples are married. —AHS— Did anyone notice the posters for the Clear Lake game last week? Recognition goes to Judy Scobba, Ann Taylor, and Kris Easter, for a job wall done! —AHS— Congratulations to Rich Black and Max Laird on being chosen out of five students from AHS to apply for AFS. This is the student ex- Change program started in 1950. Bear Facts By Sandy Elbert and Rae Ann Kollasch Basketball cheerleaders chosen last week by coaches and 'Student council members are Barb Winkel, Jeanne Grotty, Shirley Stoffel, Maur- eenVBestenleihner, Barb Stoffel & Becky Bor man n, substitute. Good luck and congratulations to all! — GHS— Who says the Bear fans aren't loyal? When Gehlen Le Mars played here, Friday, Oct. 27, the weather was everything but football weather. In fact, it wasn't fit for muskrats! In the second quarter, a mew little Bear fan appeared on the field and slowly crossed the thirtieth, four- tielfih, and fiftieth yard lines until the astonished but amused players spotted their little helpeir? Jerry PlaWie, was quick on tlhe draw, and Sent ithe wet rodent flying twenty feet inito the air. But "this and the heavy rain, didn't stunt the almighty Bears as they walloped ithe Jays 33-0. Saturday the Bears fin- idhed the season at home against Mason City Newman. Real fine, Bears, real fine! —GHS— Busy Camera Club members switched from picture- taking to baking, Saturday, Oct. 28, as they sold baked goods to raise money to furnish the dark room. Some were told to stick to photography. Well? — GHS— "What, no afternoon classes"" Last Monday tlhe student 'body 'got the first chance to view the all school play "The Death and Life of Larry Benson." Mr. Balcik and the cast 'are to be commended on a truly great play! — GHS— Government classes have •been discussing subjects from ESP to UFO's and racial mm- violence marches. Pol|j on who believes -in extra-sensory 'perception and unidentified ttyirtg objects were taken; fifty percent find ESP and , UFO's highly pissible; what about you? Seen any little green men lately? — GHS— Two quartets represented Garrigan at State Choral Auditions, Saturday, Oct. 29, at Humboldjt. Soprano* Barb Winkel and Rae Ann Kol- laisch, altos Bonnie DaMhaus- er and Jean Haag, tenors Bill Ohrecfct and John Forbes and basses Tim Thil and Denny Walk* found tlhe experience 'Irttejtesting and re\rtirding". Stater pomtoooa, choral director, was even a little pur- pr»ed at tine quartets and their !»• 0 Officers for club AM are Ottosen-West Biiiid wedcliii -.•^- i -.-_..•» j• :>• •-.•- •• - t'*uw-. —•— Ottosen — Eileen Bauer) daughter of the Clarence Bauers, Ottosen, was married to Donald E. Christensen, West Bend,, .October 21 at 10 a.m. at St. Peter and PaUl'S Catholic Church ,< West Bond. The Rev^ Greving officiated, at ' •// VS-'-r >:*;» , OHoMn — The Wacousta •cubs 4-H club met Wednev- ; day night *t Cmlvin Haug's. Calvin HaJg, preaUteht, Tom ..Jacobsion, vice, Gary Telford, >sec., Jeffrey Jaoobson, lines, jiand Robert Gross reporter. 106, HAS DURATION ' Mrs. Orville Ellingson, Em- 'metsburg, has a grandnuther, L. 0. dark, 106 yean old,: , wfho ihad surgery at Mary ..Greeiley hospital at Ames for /a ruptured hernia, Oct. 21.: He is making a satisfactory >very. Mr. dark has been ying in a rest home at Ne, which has been operal- iSd by some of his wife's de*. /.'•cendents. Many people (here "''know Mrs. BUingson, as she i& the daughter-in-law of the Iftelvtn Ellingsons. AREWELL IS GIVEN The Clarence Bauers had 4 o'clock,'coffee for the I E. Christensens, Jr. iday afternoon, ft was a Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grimm anidij Mr. and Mrs. CletuS Chicoine^ Mrs. Phil Trenit, Mrs. AHanV Han kins arid.. Mrs. ' < Biersttedit opened the i 4—Algona (Iowa) Advance MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1967 painted band room, one be- 'gins to wonder! The decor is brightly done in sunflower yellow & midnight black trim, which really adds a patriotic touch to GHS, sporting the good ole black and gold colors of the Bears! —GHS— Booties, sweaters and mittens, or at least similar rep- 'licas, are being attempted by Sister Lawrence Marie and her clothing classes. Do you think they will be done for Christmas, or maybe next year? —GHS— At the student Mass last Friday, Mary Helen Besten- lehner and Mark Brdmann, Sophs, presented a prqtrait and plaque to the GHS library iin memory of Sister Mary Sarah Carr, 08F, who died tragically last year while a teacher at GHS. "May her works and ideals be continued in us." >»»»eeeeeeeeee»eeeeeeee Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott >eee»»e»eee»e»»eeee»ee« Richard Nicholas Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coleman, celebrated his first birthday on Oct. 26. Guests were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein, Mrs. John Dilg of Salem, Oregon and Marilyn, Leverna and Edwin Klein. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mrs. Nick J. Klein, Marilyn and Leverna, and Mrs. Dick Coleman, Diane and Richard, and Mrs. John H. Dilg of Salem, Oregon, were visitors .in the Lawrence Kellner home in Stewartville, Minnesota on Thursday. Mrs. Dick Coleman, Diane and Richard and Mrs. John Dilg of Salem, Oregon, were supper guests and evening visitors in the Don Nelson home in Humboldt on Wednesday. Mrs. John Dilg of Salem, Oregon, and Mrs. James Albus, Sheila and Shelly of Waterloo s were Friday dinner guests in the Harry Stalzer home, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Coleman, Diane and Richard and Mrs. Ruby Coleman, Craig and Kerry were supper guests Thursday evening in the Bill Ankenbauer home in Duncombe. The occasion was the birthdays of Mrs. Dick Coleman and her son Richard. was maid of honor. Brides- pn Ohristensen, Cedar Rap- ads, 'Sister of the ««vw» m v d and Trent, DCS Moines. Acolytes were Michael Moa•tag, Harold Bormanin, Kevin Montag and Martin Mohtag. U9hers were James Bristow, Algona, Raymond Wirtz, West Bend, and. Charles Hix, Dys•art. 7. ''•';./ •• '.,'.',vX-/-^ • -iMrs. Oaitherine Bristow was the <bride's personal attendant. •'. , •< ^ A luncheon reception; was 'heUd in llhe church. Theresa Morvtag, Luann Montag and Jeanne Montag 'had the guest book. Mrs. Jack SchfrtMftrand ^Mrs. Richard OUne""'seMetl^ !l punch. Mrs. Homer Bristow and Mrs. Ben Bruhns poured coffee. Mrs. Thomas ;Studor,., •and Mrs. Merlyn Gambell ctit^ the cake. Dining room hosts were TOPS CLUB /MEETING The local chapter of TOPS club (Take Off Pounds^Sensib, ;, ly) will meet in St. Ann hosjJt tal staff room every Wednes-, \ -, day night at 7:00 p.m. begin- ' ning Nov. 8th. Anyone interested in losing weight is invited to join the group. For more information call 5-3865 .; or 5-5882. •Denver, Colorado, Wis., D. C. and ith& AVlc^sit |>B^tt°'U^ ; ,'isdiool. She has been' employed* by Honeywell Inc., Denver, Colo. He is now serving in the Navy, aboard the USS Caimden. a slhort,,wedding .trip ; 'Wash., Tuesday, were the Peter Sth- Alfred Wirtzes, Mohtags, John Monand Francis Montags, , Ed Grimms, Oletp Chicoines, Ed Kemnas and and 1 Mrs. Homer Bris- >w family,' Algona. O STATE CHORUS Six students from Twin high school have been to^take part in the Chorus in Des Mbin- tlhe day after Than'kSgiv- Theyi iare Marjorie lompson, Becky Aure, Jer- DeBoom,'Craig KLnseth, lube VerSteeg and Mary WU- fon.. • - ; '•.".•.•:••. '•'•;''' Wash. Mrs. Myron Guggisberg, 58, of Parkersburg, died 'Friday night at, Allen Memorial •Hospi'tal in Walterloo, where >eeeeeeeeeeee»« Servicemen »e«e»»«»eeeeee«eaee««e DANIEL T. GILMORE Airman Daniel T. Gilmore, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest T. Gilmore, WhiUemore, was graduated from the Avia-' tion Machinist Mate School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Tenn. During the nine weeks course he received instruction in reciprocating power plants and line operations. Prior to attending the school he was graduated from a two-week course in Aviation familiarization and a four week course in Mechanical Fundamentals. Trophy Lee "Stub" Kunzman, Gut- ten'berg, has been named "Rookie of the Year" by the National Sprint Car Assn. This official national trophy goes to the top first year driver on the National Sprint Oar circuit. Kunzman has been driving 3 years, •"- Th. ALMADA Mod«ICI-69» , 295 iq. In. r«ct«n«ulir •ictur. big color TV—luxurious cabinet Powerful 25,000-volt chassis} Rectangular RCA Hi-Lite Color Tube with Perma-Chroma. New Vista* VHP and Solid SUte UHF tuners. t689 N -<JH$— Hellowoen prankster*? No, but by the looks of the newly H E « T I N Ci FEATURING: • Gat Conversions e> Kohler Futures • Myers Pump* R. J. FUNK Plumbing & Heating 119 S. ftoto Al9one, lowf Phone 3953234 •K personal portable radio value Powerful, performance. Direct-drive "peep ; hole" tuning, Complete • with^atter|esand "Personal .Sound" earphone. THE MOST TRUSTED NAMf IN ELECTRONICS Tom's Radio & TV Phone 5-3260 RCA ia«e« ft Service Alo^na She had been a patient since Oct. id. Her death wi* from cancer ; Funeral Mrvkst were the Aft Monday tor fneft Hid Marry t>odge for * »nwfta*bord __.... tow. Mrt. ftul Wtfc heft * - twm had high far women and Hit Etig<^e st/iithef! took -" " ftttyWtfc he* parenti, th* R M: Han' ' FortDodf* id*, callers at Kefmit Fowfcr's, and Louis Jacobsons were Friday night victors at Omr Wtiefel, will vttu M fiitdttttott tar two ' lite Lawrence Andersons, Duncombe, were Sunday if* tetnooti visitors at Henry Olson's. Hie Aileti Olsons and Leslie, Bode, were Friday night viator* at Ned Olson's, Mrs. Eva Hoh, Cleat Lake, S. D., Mrs. Eloise Jones, Brooking*, S. D., and Margaret Holt, were Saturday supper guests of Mm Loran Daniel, The two visitors were overnight guests of Margaret Hott. Carrie Jaoobson ttjad (he girls from her sixth grade class at a Halloween parly Saturday night. Mrs. Jennie Brink, Mitchell, S. D., was a Monday overnight guest of Margaret Holt. Mrs. Brink came with the 'David Hansons, also of Mitchell, S. D., and they were overnight guests of Mrs. Harvey Thorsen. The Hanson's were callers -at Margaret Haft's Tuesday morning. Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann attended funeral services for her uncle, Hans Luidquist, at Webster City Tuesday afternoon. •- The'Chad Coopers, Anik- eny, were weekend guests at Oscar William's. Other Sunday dinner guests were the HMrald Espes, Deer Creek, Was. . _....The Allan Wfifyiiemls had the Watnem family card party Sunday night. Harry Bairk- ves, Jr., Cylinder, were Watnem had baby and A/1C Jim Makrud was *t$o a, sponsor, Lunch guests »t the Osoar Oppedahl home were Rev/ and Mm. Le* Mont, and the Merle Hal* ruds, Jim, Gary and Judy. Mrs. Carroll Olson had a birthday Sunday end after' noon visitors were the Earl Osborna and Jon, CyMndetv Tom Olson and Mete Ofeon, West Bend. Evening guests were the Bruce Osborns, Cylinder, Mrs. Lenhard Hoiden had a birthday party. She and Mr. Hoiden and Mrs. Gus Hen- • i, Rolfe, went to Fort dge, w*« »t Riyrrwrtf M». Altan birthday FrMay, aitd noon vttkonr wwe 4h« W*tn«ni. in ihe eveni Alton W«thetnJ went out for dinner. < i •- M.'I' /<'\ :•:;•-.' ^ Walleye . Herbert Aldridge of tow cis Sites ociught a 12 Ib 14 01. walley« pike while flalisntt in Spirit Lake Iwt month. 1 la, believed to be the kiue*t walleye caught this year In Iowa. I •Frigidaire 'Maytag •Monarch SALES ft SERVICE I 1 i • • > BEED HARDWARE i & APPLIANCE Titonka, low* Phone 931.2127 : ••••••••••••••••••••••i GET THEM OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT with a Trust Account for each BEFORE THEY CAN stand alone, they'll probably need cash for college, financial help during those early years of marriage, perhaps even capital to invest in a business. As trustee, you control the account—so that you can help them reach their goals easier, sooner. See our trust officers soon for details. Convenient Passbook Savings ThU is the be«t 5 to HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. All AKftUAti Fvlly Intwrte) ft »!$,OM Save From The J5tb ~ Earn From Thf lit ON PASWOOK fAVINM ANQ MWNTH INVMTMiNT CMTIN«*TW ' Accounts msured up to »15,000 by r «d«il Sivinjl

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