Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 31, 1966
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I-ALOONA (tew*) AbVANCt MONDAY, JAN 31, 19M Monday brought the beginning of the second semester at AHS. Many students had schedule and class changing tills week. Report cards were issued on, Wednesday. Honor Roll students will be posted sometime this coming week. —AHS— Members of the Future Homemakers of America met Wednesday after school for their regular monthly meeting. Vice President Jane Raney presided in the absence of President linn Taylor who is currently hospitalized. The Algona chapter is responsible for recruiting talent for the state convention this March and club members •re gathering their talents for this occasion. AHS's foreign exchange student Sana Svenman spoke to the group about her native land, Sweden. —AHS— Camera Club met Tuesday after school. Any AHS student Who had ordered pictures from those available be sure to check the list outside room 140 to see if yours are ready. —AHS— Many of you are aware that the campus of AHS is rapidly expanding. This is the first year that the school has employed the use of the Foster Building for classes. Social studies, debate, salesmanship and bookkeeping ^classes are held in the new building. As a member of pne of the classes held there, it is easily noticed that there is the absence of a favorite stud- .clock watching. It the benevolent sc- ent sport. . seems that rial studies teachers had provided a time piece in one of the rooms. However, this luxury was short lived. . .it was removed the next day. The only explanation given to the deprived students was that the social studies teachers had taken a vote among themselves. Need- Bulldog Tales By SALLY BAY _ -VWWVWWAW- Rites Friday at Hurt for Mrs. H. 0. Buell Burt — Funeral services for Mrs. H. O. Buell were held Friday, Jan. 28 in Burt Presbyterian church. The Rev. Bruce Calbreath officiated. Pallbearers were K. J. Smith, Ray Dremmel, G. H. McMullen, F. L. Pratt, Russell Ditsworth, Milo Johnson. Burial was in Riverview cemetery, Algona, and McCullough's Funeral home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Rena Buell, pioneer Burt woman who would have been 96 in April, died early Wednesday at St. Ann's hospital where she had been a patient since Jan. 23. Rena Lacy was born April 4, 1870 in Albany, Wis. The family moved to West Bend and she attended school there. She taught school in Kossuth counr ty seve^l years. She came to Burt as a bride 74 years ago and has lived here ever since. She married H. O. Buell, cashier in the First Na r tional Bank in Burt on June 1, 1891 in Algona. They observed their 50th wedding anniversary in 1941. He died in 1945. The only survivors are a nephew and wife, the Harlem Lacys who moved to Burt from the East coast Buell had in 1960, when Mrs. a broken hip and they stayed with her since then. James Lacy of -Los Angeles, Calif., son of Harlem Lacy, came by plane Thursday for the funeral. Mrs. Buell was active in church work in early years, was an it at the home of her daughter Doris, the Howard Parks. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Westling, Mr. and Mrs. Val Gene Westling and Mrs. Emil Lovstad went to Iowa City Wednesday, Jan. 26 to visit Emil Lovstad Who had major surgery last Friday called transplanted veins for a circulatory trouble, Sunday, Jan. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling and Vicki were guests of Art Issacson in Stratford. Sunday, Jan. 23 Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier, Neoma and Alma and Paul Arends attended the Golden Wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selberg at the Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard. Mrs. Selberg is a niece of the late E. A. Junkermeier. Neoma Junkermeier had the guest book and Alma Junkermeier was a dining room hostess. 170 were present from Schaeller, Ledyard, Burt, Swea City, Sac City, St. Paul, Minn, and Portland, Ore. Guests Sunday at the A. C. Hinckley home were Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Yankton, S. D. They will move to Sioux City, la. where he has been transferred. Mrs. Brehm is the former Carilyn Hinckley. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger received word of the arrival of her second great granddaughter. The Eugene Skeens of Spenard, Alaska have a 7 Ib. 9 oz. daughter born Jan. 21. Mrs. Skeens is Stella Isenberger, Anderson's daughter, and Stella's son, Lynn Anderson of Missouri Valley, la. have a 1 year old daughter. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lottie Isenberger were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Rose Sigsbee of Algona. Four schools in vocal music festival here A mixed chorus of 350 high school students from Algona, Humboldt, Eagle Grove, and Clear Lake will be performing for the public in concert Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the high school gym. They will be under the direction of Gearhart Schroth, Rochester, Minn. Mr. Schless to say, the clock will never Presbyterian Women. She was be seen again and everyone the only living charter member — —•-- »T •—• •• ••«. VMI*. *.j ^ »>•.» UfWMUMIft 1.1 • 1 ' honorary member of United roth 1S tne music supervisor for knows who cast the deciding vote. —AHS— •AHS will host the North Central Conference Vocal Music Festival this Tuesday. Several of the, towns in our conference will present numbers plus the mass chorus that evening. The public is invited, —AHS— Saturday night after the basketball game with Estherville a sock hop was held in the Annex. Guest stars were the "Titra- tions", or AHS's answer to the Rolling Stones. —AHS— Changes and improvements are being made every day in the field of education. Not to be passed, the AHS School Lunch Program has installed a music system—music to chew by! This past week, hot lunchers enjoyed the fresh flowers on the tables from the Chamber of Commerce Banquet held in the Annex. —AHS— The junior high students were given the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills Thursday and Friday. The results of these tests are used to weaknesses pin-point students in scholastic areas Gars collide Wednesday night On Wednesday night cars dri ven by Herman A. Anderson, 17, Titonka, and William P. Mil der, 17, Algona, collided on Highway 169 near the intersection of McGregor and Phillips streets. All lines and the double yellow lines on the road were snow covered and neither driver could tell exactly lanes were. where the of Burt Woman's Club. She had been a member and officer of the Eastern Star Chapter. Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon Feb. 3 at St. John's Lutheran church. Hostesses Eunice Meyer, Barbara Pannkuk, Lana Trunkhill. Market basket, Matilda Madsen, Arlene Behnkendorf Hanna. and Phyllis Those from the Burt area attending funeral services for Nick Koppen Tuesday at Ledyard were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, Harold Becker, Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., Mrs. George Becker, Martin Becker, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of LuVerne. Mr. Koppen was a brother-in-law of Martin Becker. Alice Anderson is now at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. She had made her home with Mrs. Helen Johnson for the past six years. Mrs. Mary Mack and son Martin, Houston, Texas came last week to attend the funeral services for her uncle Dale Dundas. Mrs. Mack is the former Mary Griese. The U and I Circle will meet Tuesday, Feb. 8 at the Cunningham Tea Room. Hostess, Gladys Hawcott. Roll call, payment of dues. Program, the extension lesson on "Convenience Foods" by Ruth Patterson. Eastern Star Past Matrons club will meet Thursday, Feb. 10. Hostesses are Mary Jean Andrews and Ruby Hinckley. Roll call, a tribute to Lincoln or Washington. Program by Erma Pratt and Beth Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses attended the funeral of Dan Lynch, 78, Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Holy Family church Mason City. Burial was in the Rochester public .schools and is director of the Rochester 'Symphony Orchestra. This is the annual vocal festival sponsored by the conference. During the day there will be clinics conducted by Mr. Schroth with each mixed chorus from the four schools and rehearsals for the massed chorus. The first part of the evening program will feature each individual chorus with the massed chorus concluding the program. Floyd Holt had gall bladder surgery at Veteran's hospital on Thursday. He is in room 510. Mrs. Holt was with him and returned to Algona yesterday (Sunday). Mrs. Charles Prietkorn, Fort Dodge, spent five days with the Don Prieskorns. Her daughter, Verona Prieskorn, and Dan Castle came after her. Mark Prieskern has returned to school. The cast was removed and a splint put on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Julie Baas were in Ames Wednesday. Julie is a director of the State Hog Producer's Assn. and attended a meeting of the directors; Mrs. Baas called on Mrs. Frank Thorpe, former Algonan. Judy Parrott, Marilyn Harris, and Jim Johnson came to spend the semester break with their respective parents from State College at Cedar Falls. They came Tuesday evening and will return today (Monday). Marilyn Deal and Janet Angle had the weekend off between semesters from Iowa Methodist Hospital Nurses training and were here from Friday until Monday. Gladys Mahana, Davenport, moved here January 20 to make her home with her sister, Mrs. Herman Hauberg. ••., Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Struthers left Thursday to spend .several days in Sioux City with, their son and family, the Lee Struth- erses. Mr. and Mrs. James Myers and family will spend the weekend with her parents, the R. R. Brownlees in Clear Lake. They plan to do some ice fishing. Mr. and Mrs. David Schubert and family spent last weekend in Minneapolis with their parents, the Roy Yosts and Charles Schuberts. Douglas celebrated his fourth birthday while there. Maureen O'Brien and Pam Hopkins spent last weekend at home from Ames. Their friend, Barbara Abraham from Illinois, accompanied them and stayed with the Hopkins family. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Hoover will be moving to Emmetsburg soon. He has been promoted to agency manager of Farm Bureau Insurance there. Regina Baas returned Wednesday evening from Des Moines where she had been for two weeks with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanifen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buscher Sr. left last Tuesday for McAllen, Texas where they will stay for about six weeks. (tallies promoted to captain Robert C. Hentges, former Algonan, has been promoted to the rank of Captain in the U:S. Air Force. Captain Hentges, his wife and children, Jina, 5, Jef- Eery, 4, and Teresa 18 months, tiave been in Japan since May 1964. He is assigned as a Communication-Intelligence Officer to the 5th Air Force Hdq. at Tucker Aid Station in Tokyo, Japan. Mrs. Hentges is the former Mary Rae, daughter of Mrs. Marie Hogan, Whittemore 101 — Dr. E. J. Cole of Wo6d bine, who has practiced medi cine in that community 55 years celebrated his 101st birthday on Jan. 24th. To vote on $ 150,000 Twill Rivers issue Residents of the Twin Rivers Community School District (Ot- osen-Livermbre-Bode) will go to he polls Wednesday, Feb. 23, o vote on a $150,000 bond issue for school improvements. Polls will be open from noon ;o 7 p.m. at the school building in Ottosen, Livermore town hall and Bode town hall, If approved by the necessary 60% majority, funds will be used for, remodeling the three buildings in the district. The proposal is completely different than that presented two yean ago in which a building program was also planned. At that time a $180,500 bond issue was defeated. THIS TIME, the proposal is to remodel and modernize fa cillties. The only new building suggested is construction of an entry way from the Bode gym to the mobile unit used for music classes. About half of the $150,000 proposed issue is to be used for Installing glass block windows in all three schools and to convert all furnaces from coal to fuel oil or gas. ALSO PROPOSID is modern ization of the libraries at the high school in Bode and at the grade school at Livermore. In addition, thermostaiic heal controls are to be installed in the grade buildings. Other projects planned include: lighting of the baseball field at Liver more; repairing of floors and ceilings; and installation of ven dialing fans in the gym a Bode. Supt. Leonard A. Miller heads Twin Rivers Community Dis-« trlot which h*i about MO Mid* *. School board mernbert are: Tommy Kissinger of liver* more, president, Dafyl faMtof; ck of Liveffnore, Keith Rolland and Robert Nelson of Bode and Arthur Zemin of Ottosen. Mrs, Shirley Knudson of Bode is secretary And ;Wilfred Rood of Bode, treasurer. ALGONA ENDS WEDNESDAY FEB. 2 in mm MBA mi i •JMItWKf I LAMBS — There are now quadruplet lambs on the George Gawley, Jr. farm three miles east of Irwin. They're doing fine and are now over three weeks old. AHS gets government approval and'37,000 in St. Anderson thought he was in John's cemetery in Bancroft. the center lane and signaled for a left turn just as Bill Milder was about to pass him so he didn't see the signal. However, he turned to avoid the car but caught the Anderson vehicle in the left rear. Estimated damage to that auto was $75. Damage to the Milder vehicle was estimated at $250 to the right front fender §nd front bumper. No charges were filed. EXECUTIVE CLUB District Agent John T. Tiele- bein, Algona, qualified for Lutheran Mutual's Executive's <$ub in 1965, according to an announcement today by E. T. j£popman, President. Call the ADVANCEI AT THi ADVANCE Mrs. Ervin Ulses, president of the N.E. Deanery, gave a talk Tuesday, Feb. 1 at the D.C. C.W. meeting at St. Cecelia's academy. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas, Cross Lake, Minn, and their daughter Judy, Mrs. Thomas Resler and her daughter Dana of Remer, Minn, visited Saturday through Wednesday at the Walter Steward home. Thomas Resler who is in the navy will report Feb. 25 at Norfolk, Va. and Mrs. Resler and Dana will join him there. Mrs. Florence Bagby who was a patient at Iowa City returned to the Ed Abbas home in Forest City. The Clifford Abbas family and the Mike Smiths, Huron, S. D., visited Mrs. Bagby at Forest City. The Mike Smiths took Mrs. Supt. O. B. Laing received Government approval of four projects under the National Elementary & Secondary Education Act late Tuesday. Appropriation of about $37,000 by the Government will cover the entire cost of salaries, supplies, equipment and related expenses incurred. No local tax money is involved at all. Between 100 and 110 students from the parochial and the Algona Community School District are enrolled in the program. The four projects are: 1. Kindergarten — involves 37 pupils in the various kindergarten rooms enrolled in the Algona Community District schools. The project will provide extra attention for pupils who need special or extra help during this semester and perhaps some next summer. Mrs. Carole Kniep and Mrs. Jan Anderson will assist the regular kindergarten teachers in the home rooms. 2. Special Education — About 10 students who are of junior and senior high school age need special help in basic school subjects and assistance in learning skills to aid their future employment. Jon Putnam will be the instructor with classes to be held in the AHS or rented buildings. 3. Remedial Reading — Mrs. George Sefrit will teach a selected group of about 20 students who are mostly in the ninth grade level to improve their skills in reading. This class will be held in one of the rooms in AHS or in a rented building. 4. Remedial Mathematics — About 40 students of the upper high school grades are enrolled in the project of basic in&thema- tics that they will need to suc- Bagby to Richmond, Mo. to vis-;ceed in their vocations, what- they may be. Special stress will be made on the fundamentals of basic math and the use of calculators. Mr. Knoblock will instruct one group at AHS and Sister Mary Lucille will instruct the group at Garrigan high school. Some equipment available for the project will be loaned by the Community School District to Garrigan for use in this class. Rochleau discharged from Army Jan. 20 Roger Rochleau received his discharge from the Army at Fort Dix, N. J. on January 20. He entered the army in^anuary, 1964. Coming by plane he reached home that same night. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rochleau. ALGONA SUN. • WED. FEB. 6 - 9 CHARGE IT STARTS WE D. 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