Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1967 · Page 7
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Tales •> Cathy ChrftthtlfM I On behalf of a fine season for. the Bulldogs, John Levy fwik them out for steak din- fieri Coach Christie ended his ftecond season with a 7-1 record. Congratulations. — AHS — r Volleyball intramural* for girls rtart tonight in the high school gym. 16 teams are en* tered in this year's tournament. Mrs. Moxley and Mrs. Hanson, the gym teachers, are the officials. ': v >, — A H s — , Lost items end surprises came to students last Tuesday since it was locker clean-up that day. Phyl Moulton didn't know she had that many pairs of shorts, did you, Phyl? ( — AHS — .Doomsday for some students was last Wednesday when their folks attended Parent- Teacher Conferences. It was a nice vacation though, unless you were busy selling annual ads for the '68 Bulldog. Bear Facts By Sendy Elbert T end Rae Ann Kollesch New acrobats, a pom-pom routine and cheers were lear,;c nied by cheerleaders — Becky Bormann, Jean Crotty, Betty McGuire, Darlene Ptathe, Barb Stoffel, Shirley Stoffel and Barb Winkel at a recent cheerleading season. 1, _GHS — We're proud of our Bears! The mighty Golden Bears finished off a successful football season with a 42-20 score against Mason City Newman. The Seniors, playing their last game for GHS, ended the season with a 5-3 record against some tough opponents. Congratulations Pappa Bear Cooper and team! Congratulations also to the cheerleaders and Cans who helped cheer the Bears to victory! 1: — ;GHS.-T:';^ •=:> Haircuts ere again the demand for the boys out for basketball. Practice has gotten under way and it looks like another great season of basketball victories! Right Coach McCall? — GHS — Sewing machines ere busily sewing up seams and finishing of f projects for Jeanne and Joanne Crotty, Paula Dearchs, Susie Elbert, MaryGra- ndgenette and Kathy McGuire as they prepare for the "Make It In Wool Contest" on Nov. 18 at Mason City! Good luck! — GHS — Weird creatures made en appearance at the shorthand clajss costume Halloween par' ty. Shorthand exercises were done (what a party) and a lunch of cookies and grape juice was served by a commit^ tee. -GHS- The Bend lies gene concert again! They have settled down to some hard practicing and shaping up for their Nov, 22 concert. Everyone is invited to attend. . -OHS- Tryeutf for cub cneerleed- ers were held Thursday mor< ning Nov. 0, 1- -GH$Do you believe in UFO er ESP? What do you think of the riots and anti-war demon* strations? These are some 9! the topics discussed by the Government classes on the current Events djays. A pnet *sks questions and Uien the floor is opened f Whit do yo« tiu •;, » Q H f *» AH 0f • »vdden fveryene wanted to join school c|ujbj. Wfey ifce fuddefl interest? f>^. ture« were taken Wednesday of the different c|i|bj and ac- Sedle Hawkins was e btg success last Friday night, The evening started At ,6:30 with the first powder puff football game between the juniors and seniors. Then the sophomores •and freshmen met in the second game, Dean Teeter, Jeff Allen, Rich Black, Ian Davison and Tom Jones were the cheerleaders backing the senior team. Maybe the girl cheer leaders should take a few tips and use a few, of the boy's cheers. Following the games was the "Hag Snag Shack" (the dance) with the Shymeh providing the music, lil Abner style clothes were worn and some proved to be quite interesting. — AHS — A new fece wes edded to Oadettes last Wednesday when manager Debbie Laws marched through one drill with the corps. Debbie had one comment, "It's .harder than it looks!" two teachers, aides named for head start The , Kossuth County Economic Opportunity Advisory board has announced the hiring of two full-time teachers and two teachers' aides for the head start classes which will , begin in Kossuth later this month. Hired as teachers are Mrs. .Lawrence Besch,.Wlhititemore, and Mrs/Ed Smith Jr., Burt. 'Mrs. ' Besch, .who formerly, taught in the* West 1 Bend school, will teach at the Plum Creek Center, and Mrs. Smith, DES M01NES, U. — O. Date, Hlfflm of Tltonka has been tunned in agent for Hawkeye National Life Insurance Company of DCS Molnea. The appointment W*B announced by Titus W. Schrock, executive vice-president of the company, who said Hlgains would represent the company In northern Iowa. Hlgglns, formerly an Insurance adjuster and farmer, Is a member of the American Leg ton. The Minim' have two children. Hinins is also a northern Iowa representative for a tax- favored retirement fund for farmers and the self-employed. The Insured retirement plan is based on federal legislation completed last year. Portland Mrs. Victor Pitch The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, November 7, in the home of Janice Moore. Eight members answered roll oaUl: "Something I am Thankful For or a Thanksgiving poem; Agnes Stewart, Viva Ringsdorf, Marilyn Bengtson, Emily Lax-sen, Leonta Haase, Wyona Harms, Janice Mloore and Vera Fitch. Vice-presi dent Agnes Stewart, acted in the place of our president, Velma Nelson. Plans were made for a Christmas pot 'luck dinner, to be held the first , Tuesday in December, at 12 o'clock, in the Portland Community Hall. Each to bring, a hot dish, salad or dessert and sandwiches, also own N dishes. The dub will send five dollars to the Iowa Home: » at . Des dren will'benefit from this program, which is the first head start program offered during the regular school yelaor in this county by the OBO. . Mrs.,Herbert A/Kaiser, of LuVerne, will be the teachers' aide at the Plum Creek school and Mrs. 'Rosemary Duddings, Bancroft, win assist Mrs. .Smith. Joe Straub, chairman of the ^Advisory board, said nine applicants were interviewed for the two teaching positions. He said that it was a difficult choice for the'board to make because of the buaMcatioris of all the other teachers who applied as well as the two who were hired. The head start program will run through the summer of 1968. It is contemplated that a third class will be started during the summer 'months, In other action, the board accepted the resignation of Mrs, Kaiser as one of Kossuth County's representatives on the U. D. M, Opportunity board of directors so that she could accept employment as a teachers' aide. Mrs, Bernice Henemajn, Armstrong, was elected to fill the unexpired portion of Mrs, Kaiser's term, Services on Saturday for Ray Help, 70 Titonka — Ray Welp, 70, died Thursday at Mercy hospital it Mason Cfty, He had been a resident of sine* 1962 when he from » farm in the area. Serviets were Saturday at H a.m. at the Good Hope Lu- theiran church wjth the Bla^e funeral home in charge. Bwr- ii|. Wig in the Buffalo town- Ship cemetery. He was bprn Sept. J3, 1897, at Kamiw, and came to the TitonM area in 1^15. He was married to is §urviye(J by his sons, gjviij §1)4 q-lenn, 9! l*l«wtaf your pr token. Say Jtfry sjuse rie Walp, A I Ctouocii?? ^ssS^PJp^lCRV " •-• «jtrviv- E D Welp, . .Children Fund at AJgona. There was an election of officers. Sandra Harms will be our new president, Vera Fitch, vice president and Viva Ringsdorf, secretary and treasurer. Wyona Harms will have the January meeting at which time the Secret Sisters will be revealed with a SOc gift. '.: Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Van Hove are the parents of an infant son born Tuesday at 4 a.m. at the Britt hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and 14 ounces and was named Wade Merlin. Mother and baby are home and doing fine. William James Carroll completed basic at Fort Campbelli, Kentucky on Friday, October 20 and spent 14 days alt home visiting his mother, Mrs. Hazel Carroll, before reporting to Fort Gordon, Georgia. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Primas- ing of Sacramento, California, visited several days recently in the W. J. Stewart home. The Doctor is Mrs. Stewart's brother. Robert Carroll arrived home Saturday, .October 27 from Ft, Polk, Louisiana to visit his mother, Mrs, Hazel Carroll and will report to Ft, Knox, Kentucky for Track School. The children of Mr, and Mrs. Rollo Moore have just got over the chicken pox. . •Most all the fanners in Portland .and round about, ire busy picking com, Some are nearly done* and some are just getting a good start. The weather has been wonderful. . Mrs, Lloyd Bartlett accompanied Mrs, Roy Harbour of SWM City and Mr*. Otto Gtewe of Bancroft to call on * few families in and around Titonkf They called on Mrs, mans of Titonlu and Mrs. Haie4 Ruse west of Tftonka. They returned to the Barrett vMpKHBS? wPBPr T WpVj^ WWr V^HF^^ before returning home. Mil. Hwel CwroU and Rob- W9- * i^^^fSf flKWSpPU' iMim * !§!?•£ day at Albert Lea, Minnesota mting || John Schuto and friend*. • ' ' ' l*r. and Mff, Uoyd B*rt- 'PB'ffSf- iflP|BP^i!|. Mw 3*IS? fTB&y {pPPfVW dorf'* tl Algona Tuesdjy mprning. ' . ^ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Frit?, David and Beverly of "I s«« by the "I I St Am flux.' •efflberthip drive to close Mr. and Mrs. f«rl have recently moved to their new 'home at 320 No. Jones St. :;• • -NIWI •RUM PROM AROUND ALOONA- • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••S ters Linda and Sharon Wag' ner to Cedar Falls to tour their college and to visit Shar* on Nold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Nold who is a Freshman student at the Uni« versity of Northern Iowa. They returned on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrt. W. B. Ridga entertained at a Sunday ddnr ner, Nov, 5, Mrs, Ridge's sister and husband and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Debbie of Hardy, la. Mr. and Mrs/ Johnson's son, 'Bob, is now stationed in the Air Force in Wichita Falls, Texas. St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet in the church undercroft on Thursday, Nov. 16 at 2 o'clock. Hostesses are Mrs. Hollis Benschoter and Mrs. Bill Kuhn, Jr. The program on "Church Year and Colors" will be presented by Mrs. Jack Chrischilles. The Executive Board will meet at 1:30 proceeding the Guild meeting. Girl Scout Troop 438 met Tuesday evening at the Congregational Church Center with Mrs. Milo Dailey, troop .'leader and Mrs. Ed Gilmore, assistant. The Scouts are sending a Christmas gift to Sgt. Ross who is stationed in Viet Nam. Sgt. Ross is the father of Becky Ross, one of the Girl Scouts. Other scouts and their offices are Kristi Sheakley, Pres.; Martha Gilbert, Vice Pres.; Sherri Gilmore, Sec.; Jacque Taylor, Tress.; Publicity Chairman, Sally Haase; Sandy Allen; Historian; Cindy Merryman, Trans.; Nancy Kolp. Comm., Lynette Hinton, Equipment; Jen Nelson, Scout Crier; Anne Schuiter, Health and Safety; and Becky .Ross, Scout Beaver. Enclosed in the Christmas box for Sgt. Ross was this special greeting from the Girl Scouts. The Greeting was composed by Kristi Sheakley. "Gifts of joy and cheer we /bring; Glad tidings and sweet songs we sing; . We hope this Christmas tree has brought; The story to mind we all have 'been taught; : Merry Christmas Sgt. Ross to you and the group; From Becky's friends in her Girl Scout Troop" , ? '? , A surprise 25th Wadding Anniversary was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Miller on Wednesday evening, .Nov. 8 in honor of the anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Dave 'Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schmidt. The couples were presented with a gift after which a dinner was served at the Algona Country Club, Wookond guosts in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst' were Mr. William Janness of Wheeling, 111. and •Mr. iLeftoy Balding of Round Lake Beach, 111. The men are friends of the Herbsts and tare here for a weekend of pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonrich, Lakewood, Calif., showed slides of their world tour to 45 teachers in the Bryant music room Thursday evening, Nov. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Walter. McBride and Mrs. A. J. Bason hosted the party. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolff artd Mrs, Elizabeth Wolfe attended funeral services at Fenum Tuesday for Paul Hudson. Mrs, Hudson is a sis. ter of Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfe. Also attending was Mrs. Hindson's brother, William Benson, Mapleton, Minn. He visited briefly with Mrs. Wolfe in Algona after the services. Mr. and Mrs. Robert man and son Robert Jr. returned the latter part of October from a two weeks vacaV ition. The Bacnman's Visited with a cousin of Mrs, Bach' man's, the Howard Traylora in Kansas City and also spent part of 'their vacation in Omaha. Monday, Nov. 6 Kevin Scuffham was seven years old and invited 6, of his friends to a Birthday supper in his home. Guests were Mike McVeigh, Brad Chrischilles, Stephen Voigt, Macy Meyer, Mark Ferris and Kent Hopkins. Games were played and gifts were opened during the evening. Kevin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Scuff- ham. . . •'•..•••..,".. Sally Bay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay was home over the Oct. 28 weekend visiting her parents. Sadly is a sophomore at St. Olaf's in Northfield, Minn. Attending tho lowa>Minn- esota football game in Iowa City over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens, and Mr. and Mrs. Dutch. Honsbruch. >':,.} Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer are vacationing in Greece', Jerusalem, Tel a Viv, Israel, Rome, Spain, Portugal and •Fatima. < • ^i Jim Schuttor, son ef Or. land Mrs. John Schutter was home over the Oct. 28 weekend. Jim is a Freshman at St. Olaf's College in Northfield. ••-.••>' Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley and Mrs. Seeley's mother, Mrs. Laura, i Hint* from Thursday,; Nov.'< 9ft until Saturday was'Mrs Elsie ^ Bak^ er of Sioux Falls, So.-''Dak: Mrs. Baker is a niece of 'Mrs: Hinte. /-. '•• /• >•;- • .' A pro-Thanksgiving cfinnor for the parents arid relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Spencer and family was held on Sunday, Nov. 5 in their home. Visiting guests were Mrs: Spencer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallentine of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gallentine of Oceanside, Calif., aunt and uncle of Mrs. Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. James GaUenitine of Austin, Minn,; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Griffee of Spirit Lake and Mrs. Edna Gallentine, who is the grand_ mother of Mrs, Spencer. Mrs. Lowall Smith 'was 'hostess to the members of her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 7. A one o'clock lunch was served. Visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.. Willard Zeigler on Wednesday, Nov. 1 was Mr, James Fickbohm of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mr. Fickbohm is a brother-in-law of Mr. Zeigler. Mr. Fickbohm also visited at the E. E. Hundley home in Britt, Mrs. Hunsley is a sister of Mr, Zeiglcr, Over the Nov/ 3 weekend Miss Francie Zeigler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler visited her* parents. Francie is employed with a Law firm in Des Moin- The St. Ann Auxiliary membeYahip committee, head* cd.by Laura Hough, Neldi Finn and Grace Kouba are bringing their membership drive to a close soon. Anyone in the county who might have been missed and would tike to join the auxiliary, may contact any of the women who have been working on this drive, making it a huge success, . Workers are; Algene—Mrs. Joan Merte, Marion Ferris, Beverly Zender, Harriett Rudd, Frances Moe , Helen Lukes, Jean Clappsaddle, Barbara Dctrick, Zelda McGuire, Vivian Egel, Mary Helen Cassel, Marie O'Brien, Kaihryn Klein, Agnes Dreesman, Pearl Moore, Bonnie Bradford, Minnie Studer, Julie Winkel, Veronica Roethler, Henrietta Bowman, Madonna Skog- strom, Shirley Koob. Peggy Ouster, Jean Harris, Sharon Cowan, Trella Patterson, Marge Bartholomew, Lois Strohman, Shirley Cubit, Vivian Gilbert, Bessie Telecky, Darlene Stephenson, Loretta Bruch, Beverly Wagner, Jean Stalling, LaVonnc McCabe, Marlene Dutton, Jean McAtee, Monica Storr, Lucille Navoichick, Betty Wiltgen, Meta Gunder, Loretta Nauholz, Deanne OogdaU. Mrs. Edythe Wolf, Dolores Winkel, Judy KingfieW, Maxine Rooney, Rose Scanlan, Margaret Atherton, Janice AHiman, Jr., Marie Bwen, Irene Waldron, Margaret Kent, Marie Welp, Alma Marshall, LaVonne McVay, Nell Linnan, Dorothy Devine, Velma Morz, Helen Ktooster, Nancy BaHard, Luanna Ditsworth, Blvera Kajewski, Jane Frisbie, Mary Neuroth, Betty Rezac, Miss Alice Condon. Bancroft — Mrs. Carole Welp, Mrs. Mary Ellen Menke. Burt — Mrs. Lillian Fredricksen. Whittemore — Mrs. Leonard Elbert. Titenke — Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher. St. Joe — Mrs. Irene Bormann, Roy Kohlhaas. Vernon Berte, Mary Jane Origer, Albert Thilges, Bill McGuire, Ed McGuire, Connie Kinkel, Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Stahl. - Denny Spencer, *«n ef Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Spencer was 7 years old on Friday, Nov, 3 and was host to 15 little friends at an after school birthday party. Guests were Curtis Bird, Mark Ferris, Mark Lowman, Brian Meyers; Jeff Pfeffer, Brad Chrisclul- les, Scott Allen, Shelley Spencer, Lisa Backhaus, Janet Boekelman, Joan and Julie Burt, Lori Meyer and Joan Skogstrom. Refreshments were served and games were played during the afternoon. Mrs. ivfrttt itff¥tn« Stxten .recently fell from § chair in iher home and broke her left arm and shortty alter this nishap, Mr. Steven slipped while picking com §fl4 i rib. Tf MU the pweoteJ Clyd* Moore Thuriday ttey ™ . WBS flHilliS IWIWIr vwto4 a fjsjer of Mr* Mr. *n4 Mrf. on Rosf oyer the Nov. 4 weekend wfrt tijeif eoa aad <tei4ghter-in-law a»d two dAUfiWers, Mf ajMl Mrs. Way- nf Rpsj o| Mt Vejrnon^ S^ Dakot*. On Tuesday, Nov. 7 diar|ti again) two drmri ~ Oharges were filed against a pair of drivers when tiieir cars collided at the St. Ann hospital drive Wedjnesday «f- temooa atooyt 1:10 p.m. Damage to the two cars was only about $25 total. Charles Ost- waM, Algpna, was charged wife fading to yield t*ie right- of-way acid James Monarty dr. of Brown R^er, Wfe. was charged with improper passing. Mori»rty was ^veHlAg Sj^tto QA 169 and passing another car when Oswald pulled out of the drive. Thtre wej$ w injuries according to Sheriff Ralph Mcrgeret, deugnter ef Mr. •IM Mrs. Junes UU spent last weekend with her par' ente. She is a student si Che Mankttti Stele College. Mr, end Mrt. Hir*M He*. .'son and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Whittemore spent Sunday at West Union with various relatives. Jehn, son ef Mr. end Mrs. Homer Clark, will be home November 20 to spend his Thanksgiving holiday with ihis parents. He is a student -at Northeast Missouri State College at Kirksville, Mo. and is majoring in speech and drama. Mrs. Jehn Thuente went te Omaha, Neb., to spend the weekend with her daughter, Esther, R. N. at a children's hospital. Mrs. H. M. Smith wes di» missed Friday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a few days having some tests. Mrs. W. K. Cullen and Betty Sflreit of Fort Dodge were here to see her and were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit. Mrs. Smith's ailment is not serious. The little daughter born November 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Ben' 'Herbst of Anaheim, Calif, ihas been named Julie Ann. Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. Robert Williams went ithere to 'be of assistance after Mrs. Herbst is again in her home. Mrs. Olive Herbst is the paternal grandmother, Mrs. G. D. Brundege end her daughter, Mrs. (Mkudtie Biggers of Little Rock, Ark. have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson. They are well known former ADgonans. During their residence here Rev. Nelson was pastor of the First Lutheran church. Later he and his wife moved to Cloquet, 'Minn., where Mrs. Nelson died. Having been prominent workers in the church, and good Mends, Rev. Nelson came from Cloquet to see the Arkansans. Mrs. Carl Swensen returned Thursday to her home at 'Dell Rapids having completed a visit since Sunday with her brothers n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg. Mr. end Mrs. Henry Furst 'returned Wednesday from Branson, Mo. and the Ozarks where they vacationed eight days. They took a room at a Holiday Inn motel and left many clothes in the car and AfLWftfj MONO/ ••^ MwWtJl v DAY, NOV. 13, W7 locked it. In the morning tf discovered i broken wind in the car and all the doth* Ing taken, even shoes, Mrs, Furst is particularly ..upsejl over the loss of two' coats. Some out of state cars were , parked and it is possible one of the owners committed the theft so there is little hope of recovering the articles. Mr. end Mrs. Joe Bradley have had as house guests Mrs, Pat Cullen, nee Eileen '.Murray, formerly of Bancroft, and now living at Storm Lake. She had come to be at St. Ann hospital as much, as possible while her brother Joe Murray of .Bancroft was taken there following a heart attack. He is much improved and Mrs. Cutlen has returned to Storm Lake. The Geil Tewnes have been visited recently by Mrs. R. C. Clapper, Honolulu. Other guests were Mr. Towne's brother and wife, the Paul Towns of Davenport. A former Algona resident, Cecil Cox, is improving and has been transferred to St. Luke's hospital in Sioux City last Tuesday. Mr. Cox was in-, jured in a car accident.near Rcgina, Canada and had been in intensive care until his transfer. His address is Room 244, St. Lukes Lutheran hospital, Sioux City. Practice tourney for AHS debaters The Algona high school debate teams participated in a practice tournament involving about 200 students at Mason City, Saturday, November 4th. Participating on one team were Greg Perkins, Max Laird, Kathy McBride, and Mark Prieskorn who had 3 wins and 3 losses. Participating on another team were Kathy Skow, Bill Burt, Dave Roethler and Mike Dailey who had 5 wins and 1 loss. Saturday, November "11 they will .participate in a similar tournament at Estherville. Debate coach is John Vint. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCEI IN ALGONA Thanks You FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS each and every one of you good ladies who made our Grand Opening such a huge success. We will shortly draw the winning names in the registration for gift certificates, and the 136 winners will receive these gift certificates in the mail, But, we want .you to know/whether you win or not, we sincerely appreciate your having taken the time to come in to see our new store. We also appreciate so much the lovely floral arrangements that we . received. They added so much to the occasion, and words cannot express properly our happiness in receiving them, And because of this wonderful response to our Grand Opening, we will do everything possible to make Ora's in AJgoni Tht place to shop for Ladies Apparel, for fashions you want, for brands you know that stand for quality, and for clothes that will draw nothing but compliments. WWW*, VAL, KML, •>>. I

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