Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1966 · Page 4
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4—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 77, ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Wit- flier of Des Moines have announced the engagement of their daughter, Anne, and Thomas R. Ahern, son of Mrs. James Ahern, of Chicago, EL, and the late Mr. Ahern. The wedding will take place in May. Mrs. Witmer is the former Helen Lusby, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. The bride-elect is a graduate of Northwestern University, ansCoti, til., where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and Phi Beta Kappa honor society. The groom-elect is a graduate of Loyola University, Chicago. He is a programming systems marketing representative, and Miss Witmer a systems engineer, both with International Business Machines Corporation in Chicago. COMMITTEES NAMED Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at the home of Jeff Priebe. A shorl business meeting was conducted ; by the president, Conine Shimel. Various committees were appointed. Spring banquet committee will be Dee McGuire and Ploy Hershberger, band festival float, Phyllis Georg and Gail Cowan, city council ways & means, Jeff Priebe, Marsha Nelson and June Krull. A couples potluck dinner was planned for Feb. 19, at the Jim Cowan home. The money-making auction was held. Eleven of 14 members were present. Next meeting will be Feb. 14 at the Hershberger home with Conine Shimel and Nancy Ballard giving the lesson. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leek, Mrs. Gertrude Faulstick, Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstick were dinner guests Sunday, January 16 of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. It was an observance of the birthday of Mrs. Baker, and their twentieth wedding anniversary and the fourteenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstick. GIVES SHOWER Mrs. Anne Presthus gave a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower Monday for Mrs. David Markla. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Herman Soderberg, Mrs. Gerald Soderberg of Ban croft, Mrs. Glenn Kloche of Ledyard, Mrs. Oliver Mathson, Mrs. Janice Dodds, and Mrs. Gary Webb. Twenty-one guests were present. Games were played and lunch served. OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mrs. Milo Kollasch gave a party Saturday in observance of the tenth birthday of her daughter Karen. Guests were Cindy ~ ' ~ Kay _ Lynn Holtzbauer, Diane Studer, Debbie Arend, and the honoree's brothers, Larry and Kenny, and sister Julie. Ann Milder unable to be present. met Tuesday with Mrs. Webb Towler. The lesson topic was 'Human Resources". ENTERTAINS CARD CLUB Mrs. Henry Johannesen is entertaining the "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Alex Dermand is entertaining her bridge club' Wednesday afternoon. Fire crew at Bode elects new officers Bode — The Bode fire department held its annual dinner Jan. 14 at the new Imperial Cafe. A "This Is Your Life" program was held for the retiring Assistant Chief Lyle Siefken. New members introduced were the Donald Christiansons. Because of Mr. Siefken retiring as assistant chief, new officers named were Jerry Christiansen, asst. chief; Floyd Palmer, capt.; Morton Christiansen, 1st Lt; and 'Cap" Harris, 2nd Lt. Color slides were shown of the fire department activities this past year. Mrs. Floyd Palmer was winner of the door prize for the women and Lyle Siefken for the men. Home in Algona. The Selvings accompanied Frank Joliffe, Humboldt, to Storm Lake recently to visit the A. G. Lothi- ans at the Methodist Manor. Julia Johnson, Algona, broke ler left wrist recently in a fall on the ice. She is now visiting her*sister, Mrs. Verne Johnson, in Humboldt. She is a former Bode resident. Larry Lynch returned Satur* day from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had been a patient since Tuesday. Larry Torgerson, employed in Cedar Rapids, visited his mother, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson, this weekend. The Larry Lennings, Humboldt, have a daughter born Jan. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson, Plover, are the maternal grandparents, and Jim Lennings, Humboldt, paternal grandparents. Mrs. Hilda Enger, Bode, is maternal great grandmother. Women's club met Friday with Mrs. Archie Johnson. Mrs. Pat Brock, president, and Mrs. hirley Johnson led a panel on ;een age problems. Mrs. Mads Gunderson, Bode, iving at Sissons, was surprised Jan. 19 for her birthday by a group from her Circle (Gleaners). Clifford Sween, Marshalltown, visited over the weekend with his sister Mrs. Carl Opheim, and the Levi Sweens. The Pete Petersons have moved to Ft. Dodge where he is With Purchase of 4 Light Bui ,,., Busoher, Susan Cotton, •">>; Skilling, Donna Miller, was BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. Frank Rueb gave an af- , ter school and dinner party Friday, January 21 in honor of the eighth birthday of her daughter, Jeanne Marie. Guests were Diane Kinsman, Peggy Zender, Joan Frideres, Angela Reilly, Sally Cotton, Lynn Peter and the honoree's brother, John, FLIES TO FLORIDA Richard L. Matheson, manager of the Farmers Elevator, and the Harold Redings have returned from Florida where they saw a multi-million dollar fertilizer factory built by CCA. They left Des Moines Jan. 17 by jet. The local group included people from the Hardy, Ottosen, Gilmore City and Humboldt area was aboard one of 11 jet flights that took more than 1,800 to see the new plant. Flights left airports at Denver, Omaha, Wichita, Des Moines, and Kansas City. The travelers spent a full day touring the plant,and neatiby,; Cypress'Gar- dens and another full day touring the Tampa-St. Petersburg area before the flight home. They returned home Jan. 20. The Stanley Olsons left Saturday on a 10-day trip. . They drove to Tulsa Saturday and spent the night at Bob Lee's. Tuesday the Olsons joined a group of representatives of Salad Master Co. at Dallas, Tex., to fly to Mexico City and Acapulco. Lyle Siefken is temporarily employed as depot agent at Rake. The Siefkens are still living in Bode until permanent employment is established. Mrs. John Stahly and son John, Minneapolis, visited Mrs. Martha Christiansen and Edna last weekend. John Stahly also visited in Ames. Mrs. Stahly is Mrs. Ohristianson's granddaughter. WOMEN VOTERS LEAGUE ; The League of Women Voters The Harold Hinners, Gilmore City, were Sunday guests at Ralph Olson's. The Geo. Sol- becks, Dakota City, were afternoon visitors for Carolyn Olson's 12th birthday Jan. 13. An overnight guest of Carolyn Jan. 13 was Judy Halsrud, Ottosen. The Thor Selvings were recent visitors with Harold Hanson in the Good Samaritan employed. Sharon Nygaard and Jane Olson, student nurses at Des Moines Methodist hospital, returned to Des Moines Monday after the weekend with their parents,. the Berdine Nygaards and Ronald Olsons. Mrs. H. M. Olson, Humboldt, is a medical patient at the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. She is a former Bode resident and mother of Ronald Olson. Scott Allen, infant son of the Larry Knudsons, was baptized in St. Olaf Lutheran church Sunday. A2C and Mrs. Larry Knudson are visiting his parents, the Jake Knudsons. Mrs. Carl Opheim spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Roger Johnson, Palm Grove,, while Mr. Johnson was in Florida with a group of representatives of AAC. Mr. Johnson is elevator manager at Palm Grove. Miahael Palm, Twin Rivers band director, and Dennis Kissinger, trombone player in TR band, were members of the Ft. Dodge Symphony orchestra in a concert in North Junior high in Ft. Dodge Sunday. Karl M. Holvik, Cedar Falls, is conductor. Soloists were Deborah De Wolf, 14, pianist, Eagle Grove; Jack Porter, 16, oboe soloist, Eagle Grove; and Kathleen Rickard, 15, Rolfe, French horn soloist. The Bob Bakkens, Roberta and Ginny, Webster City, spent the weekend at the parental Ernest Pederson's. Honor roll at Lakota is announced Lakota — The Lakota High School completed its first semesters work on Jan. 14 and the following named students have maintained distinctively above average grades during this period. These averages include both scholastic grades and grades in music and physical education, "A" Average — Ronald Spear. "B" Average of the Fresh Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, let eur services guide you. Advance Publishing Co. "JUST EAST OF COURTHOUSE" men — Neil Archer, William Hanken, Ross Larson, Joyce Leonard, Patty Lewis, Jeff Naumann and Honda Sleper. Sophomores — Peggy Boyd, Paula Krominga, and David Smidt. Juniors — Patty Boyd, Sheila Jaeger, Judy Johnson, Lyle Mabus, Sherman Sleper, Mary Sun de and Evelyn Wagenaar. Seniors — Monica Beemer, Kathy Boyd, William Christ, Linda Hoeppner, Sue Karels, Margaret Powers, Pamela Rusher, Susan Yackle and Richard Winkleman. Game licenses down $7,000 in Kossnth According to County Recorder Clara Walker, income from hunting and fishing licenses in Kossuth County was $7,057 less in 1965 than in 1964. Mrs. Wai ker and her staff attribute the decrease to the fact that there were so many fewer hunting licenses issued during the recent pheasant season. Total on all licenses sold in 1965 was $14,585.25, as compared with a total in 1964 of $21,642.25. This includes fishing, hunting, combination fish ing-hunting, trapping., non-resident fishing or hunting, and trout stamps. MONARCH ^_ LIGHT MEAT TUNA 4 sx'1 -Clip Thi» Coupon 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Lb. Bag of Bologna 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Beef Ro«t 25Gift House Stamps . with purchase of 2 Bags of Candy 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Toothpaste 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of Lb. Bag of Wieners 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of $2 of Frozen Foods MMMMMMMMMMMIMIMMIMM 25 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 2 Heads of Lettuce 25 Gift House «• v: with purchase of 10 Lbs. of Potatoes 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 20 Lbs. of Potatoes GOLDEN PEAS HERSHEY 7 303 $ Cans SHERBET SHASTA — With $5 Order o D DUNCAN HINES ANGEL FOOD — With $10 Order 10- Oz. l«% \ ' n ^1 9 CHOCOLATE CHIPS 5 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 ROYAL CROWN Plus Deposit on Bottles 6 - PACK SATHER COOKIES 5 Regular 29c Package $ BAGS *"&»" 1 OUR FOOD PRICES! Onions 2 Avocadoes JUST. SHIPPED IN FROM CALIFORNIA TO YOUI FRESH STRAWBERRIES Pint 39c Tangerines y each RED DELICIOUS GOLDEN DELICIOUS WINESAP 3i49c MEDIUM Oranges Be sure to rentier for FREE $350 Grundig Stereo! Drawing en Saturday, Feb. 5! GRAPES LBS ARIZONA GRAPEFRUIT ««h 5c — Richelieu Canned Goods Sale — GREEN DEANS 5 • '1 WAX DEANS . . 5 APRICOTS . . 4 ' M FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 No. 303 Cans No. 303 Cans ' 1 RAGGEDY ANN PEACHES 4 No. 303 Cans $ 1 MONARCH TV DINNERS 39"-Y«ir Choice-39 1 Ron & Jack's Food Center • OPEN EViRY NITi UN?Ik •:* Ml * SUNDAY* FROM I*) AJkA, TO 12:30 P.M. - USE THE BIO FREE PARKING U>T IN RIAR OF STORI • CONSOLIDATED RON & JACK'S Cottage Cheese Mb. cartons 39* Grocery JACK'S FOOD CENTER Limit One to Customer Thursday Thru Monday, Jai YRUCK LOAD Neck Ribs Roasts Loin Bones Spa FIRST PORK CHOPS HOME SAUSAGE MADE PORK ices Cutlets Pork Steak Pork Bean edge Po< met Gaels Wednesday . j,: .1 ""^ Garrigan and St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge moved into the finals of the East Hall of the Sioux City Diocesan basketball tournament Sunday night with hard- fought wins before a large crowd in the Bear gym. The teams squared off here Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. for the playoff title. The winner will face the winner of the Carroll Kuemper • Gehlen Le- Mars game here Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. for the title. There'll be four games at Garrigan Sunday. The Class B consolations and finals are at 1:30 and 3 p.m. and the Class A finals and consolations are at 6 and 7:30 p.m. # * # ST. EDMOND'S 80 ST. JOHN'S 62 St. John's of Bancroft stayed with St. Ed's of Fort Dodge for a half but then the Gaels pulled away in the second half for an 80-62 victory here in the first round game Sunday night. Rob Hatten hit half of his team's 36 first half points as Bancroft stayed close at 40-36 at the intermission. But the Gaels got too many second chances in the last half and pulled away to a 66-47 third quarter lead and Bancroft never threatened again. Great scoring efforts were by John Perkins and Jim Klinger, who bagged 32 and 27 points respectively. Hatten finished with 26 while Dick Diers meshed 16. Last time the Johnnies were in front was when Charles Farrow came off the bench to spark a second quarter rally that put the Johnnies in front 28-25. Perkins and Klinger were devastating in the second half. Only one point by Larry Doyle in the third period broke the Klinger-Perkins scoring monotony. * * * GARRIGAN 58 POCAHONTAS 48 Although they had lost twice to Garrigan, Pocahontas Catholic carried the Bears down to SPORTS THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 1M« ALOONA (low.) ADVANCf—5 1 the final '58'-4'8. •'"" horn before bowing • Giving away several inches all the way down the line, Catholic trailed by just three at the half, 26-23 and by five after three periods. Dick Muller had another fine night for the Bears with 23 points and Don Potthoff added 13. Between them, they got most of the rebounds too. Pocahontas led at the quarter break 15-14 off some hot shooting. Garrigan got in front in the second period and early in the inal stanza, Bill Reding conver- ed a three-point play into a 4335 Garrigan lead. Muller hit twice shortly after and the Bears were in front 5139 with 3:32 to go. Pocahontas had one last flurry before going down as Jim Amick and Bob Hudek connected and Dan Rhodes stole a pass for a layup to make it 51-46. Pat roff added a gift toss to make it 51-47 with 1:30 left but Brian LaBarre shut off the rally with free throws and it was over. The win was Garrigan's 12th in 13 starts this winter. St. Edmond's carried a 7-3 mark into the finals. In their only previous meeting this season, the Bears edged St. Edmond's on the Gael floor, 56-52. BOB SMITH, Garrigan guard, flips the ball to the basket during the heat of the Bear-Pocahontas Catholic game last Sunday night, won by the Bears. No. 40, partially hidden by Smith's arm, is Don Potthoff. The finals of the tournament between the east and west half champions will be at Garrigan Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. Exclusive Advance photos by Mike'Stillman. ST. EDMOND (80) fg Hassett 2 Hoerchler 1 Perkins 14 Klinger 13 Bemrich 3 Hanson 2 Peterson 2 Doyle 0 ioft 0 Crawford 0 McTigue 0 O'Brien 0 TOTALS 37 BANCROFT (62) fg Hatten 12 Diers 6 Carpenter 3 Murray 0 McCarthy 1 Farrow 3 Meyer 0 Schneider 0 Nurre _.' 0 Stock 0 ' TOTALS 25 TV ~£ W GARRIGAN (58) fg Bleich 1 Potthoff 5 Muller 7 Reding 5 Smith 1 Long 0 LaBarre 1 Youngwirth 0 TOTALS 20 ft 0-0 0-0 4-9 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0 6-14 16 Pf 2 4 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 ft 2-3 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-1 4-5 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 12-21 Pf 3 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 9 ft 2-5 3-3 9-11 1-1 0-1 0-0 4-5 0-0 0 1825 15 DICK BLEICH of Garrigan gives it his all as he drives in for a layup as two Pocahontas Catholic players look on. The Bears won the game in the final minutes and met Ft. Dodge St. Edmond's in the finals of the east half division. POCAHONTAS (48) fg ft pf Amick 7 2-2 3 3roff 3 3-5 Hudek 9 3-6 B. Brenny 0 0-2 Rhodes 1 0-0 Weishaar 0 0-0 Keleher 0 0-0 TOTALS 20 8-15 12 FAREWELL PARTIES Farewell courtesies for the four sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Phillips were given last week. The Confirmation and Sunday school class had a going away party for Lanny Sun day afternoon at Fellowship Hall. Thursday evening eigh members of another class had a party at the Hall Thursday evening. Games were played and refreshments were served. Richard and Tommy were each presented with a gift Sunday morning during Sunday school. The family will move to Moline, Illinois the last of the month. High school debate learn al Coe The debate team of Algona high school, under direction of John Vint, teacher, participated in the annual Coe college speech tournament at Coe college at Cedar Rapids Jan. 21, 22. Topic was "Resolved that the federal government should adopt a program of compulsory arbitration in labor management disputes in basic industries". The affirmative team consisting of Barry Watkins and Phil Taylor had two wins and two losses and the negative team consisting of Mike Stillman and Gregg Buclianan had two wins and two losses. There were approximately 30 liigh school debate teams participating in the idc-'bate tournament. ft

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