Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1966 · Page 3
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v^jvs&mzsiiimsm^jiimmeszii-iissm^iiiiissm Bear Facts u i ?iF«-i&.'&j ,!v" ,t, , 4.*,, By NEIL NURRE Wednesday night, January 26, Garrigan played Fort Dodge St. FJdmond's in the second round of the Class A Diocesan tournament. Garrigan lost the hard fought game with a score of 62 to 57. —GHS— Sunday, January 30, Garrigan was host to Diocesan tournaments. Garrigan played at night in the consolation game against Reimsen, St. Mary's and won with a score of 66 to 62. The iClass A championship game fol lowed with Fort Dodge, St. Ed 'mond's playing Carroll Kuenv per Fort Dodge won the very 'close game by 54 to 52. ..•;•.; :; — GHS— •' .'.;.. In the afternoon, the Class A .championship and consolation rounds were also held. Chero- t.C. took the title by a nar- 53-51 score. ••;,.' , • —GHS— >••"'. • Garrigan's cheerleaders were .chosen the best cheerleaders out of the Eastern A division of •the Diocese. The cheerleaders: are: Marion Kohlhaas, Janet Me Guire, Pat McGuire, Sue Nelson, and Becky Lickteig. —GHS— The Camera Club successfully sponsored a sock hop and ran j'ihe coat check at the Diocesan; tournaments to raise tttoitey for an electronic flash for the school camera. : • ••-.GHS— ...... .-...All parts have been pfektd for the huge cast of the Garri« gan operetta, "The Music Man. 1 ' The cast is made up primarily of varsity chorus members. The setting for this musical comedy written by Meredith Willsph is Rjvef City, Iowa, an imaginary small town just across the birder. The time is just past the turn of the century. —GHS— Friday, February 4, Garrigar will travel to Granville Spald ing and on Saturday to Carroll. Student buses will not make the trip. Pops concert to be given by peaking chorus used by the Norman. Ittboff dhoif ftt tost ye.afs Faiftttont .CpHMnunity s Fenton — The Sentral music department will present the second annual ''pops" concert Thursday at 7:30 p.m r The 'program will feature i a 16-^piece stage band plus large and small vocal groups. A few wellrkhown favorites by the band will be Stormy Weather, Autumn Leaves, •'. Moon River, plus a touch of jazz and a special feature number, "Walk on the .Wild Side" from the. movie of the same name. Vocal selections will include "I Feel Pretty" from Westside Story, Kentucky Babe, Let Me Call You Sweetheart, a calypso number with rhythm section, and Geographical Fugue, for a Seating will be at tables and reservations lor, these tables may bis made by purchasing tickets in advance from music students. If not contacted you may call Mr. and Mrs, Warren Jones for reservations. Refreshments will be available at the reserved tables. There will be some chairs provided for general admission sales made at the door. HAVE SILVER WEDDING A number of relatives and friends were guests at Kenneth Halverson's for their silver wedding anniversary. Mrs. Henry Wilberg was dining room hostess. Mrs. Earl Jensen, Ringsted, poured, and Mrs. Stanley Jensen cut and served the cake made by Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Both Mrs. Jensens were attenr dants at the wedding. The Halverson's daughter and family, the Noel Westlinds, Devils Lake, N.D., were unable to attend. Mrs. Westlind had recently spent two weeks with the Halversons during her father's illness. GO TO FESTIVAL Three Sentral Band members participated Feb. 5 in the Northwest Iowa Bandmasters Festival in Cherokee. The 280- piece band rehearsed all day and gave a public evening concert Rodney Jensen, cornet, am Mary Ellen Ditsworth, clarinet participated for the first time. Mary Lou Larsen, a third year member was awarded first beft Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gesiy and family 4 port JJodge * Sutidly dinner gtterts at the wood Geary home. Ml 1 . Mid Mrs. AftltUr Perin <tf Collins were ftf- ternoon callers. : . Mrs. Hattie May and Mrs. Lit- ella Bruns of Algona visited Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Barrack and Mrs. Mae Bagley. Albert Johnson attended the Farm Bureau board meeting at chair in the bass clarinet section. They were accompanied to Cherokee by the director, Warren Jones. Algona Monday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. _,u Verne Bosworth were Mrs. Almedia Liptrap and George Cook of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wade of Havelock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Perin and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of Farnhamville and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heinen. Albert Johnson attended the Tri-County Drying plant meeting at Whittemore on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwopd Geary. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cram visited Sunday with his mpjther, Mrs. C. E. Cram at Lonrville. The Thursday club members and their husbands enjoyed dinner Sunday evening at the holiday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers left Monday for a month's vacation at Lake Worth, Fla. George Gray spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting his children. Mrs. Fannie Barrack will celebrate her 98th birthday on aturday, Feb. 12. Mrs. John Engles returned to er home from the Park hospi- al, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Gaskill returned to their home af • ••• M I i «0 • M MM M By Mr*. Roland M. Olson Student Council members are urging the student body to become more conscientious of littering the building and school grounds. Inside a trophy case an entire shelf was devoted Friday morning to the litter left in the auditorium following Wednesday's assembly—a total of 994 candy and gum wrappers. —AHS— Girls interested ih trying out for Cadettes may sign a list in Mr ; s. Moxley's office beginning this week. To be eligible girls must have a "C" grade average. Tryouts are scheduled for March 16. —AHS— The Symphonettes sang Thursday afternoon for the meeting of the United Presbyterian Women at the Presbyterian church. —AHS— Buena Vista College at Storm Lake sent a representative to AHS Thursday to speak with interested juniors and seniors. GETS DISCHARGE Sp4 Merle D. Halverson recently received his discharge after completing two years in the Army with 18% months in Europe. He received the expert rifleman's award, safe driving award and the good conduct medal. Merle was flown home in December to be with his father who had suffered a hearl attack. In January he reported to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo where he received his discharge Jan. 21. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Mrs. Paul VanHelton anc Mrs. Addie Hamm visited wit! Mrs. Leonora Williamson at Ka nawha on Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Clarence Robinson, Mrs —AHS— The Honor Roll was posted hearsal for the mass chorus were directed by the guest con' ductor Gerhardt Schroth, supervisor of music in the Rochester, Minn, schools. Each choir pre sented several numbers individ ually followed by the mass cho> rus at the evening concert. —AHS— Wednesday, February 2, special assembly on Viet Nan 1 was presented to the student body by Army Major Charles Crapser, an alumna of AHS Major Crapser presented slides he had taken while serving ai an advisor in Viet Nam. —AHS— A. F. S. is still looking for a host family for next year's foreign student. If no family is found, we will b8 unable to send applicants for the summer exchange student program and A. F. S. at AHS will have to be abandoned. You'll never know how much fun it is to be a family until you try it just ask the Bourne, Bay, Schutter, Bode, or Taylor families. John Jenspn had a birthday ecently and his children had a linner tot him at the Imperial Jafe. Tlie group then went to rtr. Jenson's : home in Bode. At- .ending were ..the, Stiths,. F.t. >odge, Gordon Jensons, Farn- tanwille, . Hartwig Jensons, tolfe, Mrs. Lottise Gronback, Livermore, the AH Jensons and ALOOMA §ten Jensons. The Efftlfe Jeff sons, H. Dodge, were unable tb attend. SWf A HOMEMAKIR , Swea City — Shirley Smotise. daughter v of Mr. and Mrs. Frafifr Sm6use of Swea City, was recently named 1966 Betty Crock' er Homemaker of Tomorrow in the -Swea City high- -schodji where she is a senior. AT f AC AOVANCt ING COMPL6TB f HINTI IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDUiARY.. .ytt i the ALL NEW HOTEL er a three week trip in the West. Ronnie Puffer, who attends I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls spent .he semester break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John •uffer. Mrs. Dee Wilhite returned to icr home from the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe visited Sunday afternoon at the Herman Studer home in Wesley. Mrs. Art Kraft and Janice of Renwick visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Kraft's mother, Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mrs. Myrna Hamm and family of Eagle Grove were also guests. Sam Lodgson, music director in the Corwith-Wesley school underwent,,-,*urgery,,,-, Saturday night at the Hancock Memorial County hospital, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Gene Oxley and Vickie Williams were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Johnson at Kanawha. Such fl.iarmiiiK rooms . . . such wondo.rfyil food . \. just,; perfect" location and a Warm groeljiig on your, arrival: Completely air concli ; tioi«;d. •; ... " • • 3 FAMOUS DINING AND WINING ROOMS )U>\JSE For BieakfiV, Luncheon, and. Dinner.' '•- ' . CHATEAU dt PARIS HURDLE LOUNGE Oni of Amtrici's fortmost For Your • fiyorltt' Btv- French Restaurants. Selected erage and Hittly Cnter : .'lor Excellence by: Holiiliy liniment! • ,. . .,-. , .••,;•-••. .• Majazint, : . . ...' fREE GUEST PARKING li'oni''4 pVrn.'till^O.f-fn. [AIRPORT LIMOUSINE 'SERVICE IVERY HALF HOUR FROM hoyft. IHIRAHCI ;< i !- Wjt" honor American' Exprits Credit Tuesday. Students must have maintained a "B" grade average to receive 4 his recognition. —AHS— "Here's My Heart" will be presented Saturday evening, Te- bruary 12 at 8 p.m. in the Annex. Sponsored by the Future Business Leaders, the club has Titonka — The ALCW of the nominated king and queen can- Tinman"* 1 ! Lutheran church Titonka club plans 41 si anniversary ainWiVfe. •»»»•" — DOUBLE MOMS JW Childi«n under 1* FREE Hole! Dychman. 2' •*°; ft0 Minneapolis, Minn, 55102 coupon Hottl Dyckm'on MinWaporii; v M'in'nr35402 "' T" "I Pleait lend me color brochure ond I : .Thingi to do and tee in Minneopolit. ' NAME-ADDRESS- didates, Matt Clark, Dave Co- here will observe the 41st anni- Most important present a child could get! She doesn't know a lot about money, but a wonderful way for her to learn is to give her the present with a future-her own savings account with us. She'll learn thrift, the value of independence, and the importance of .keeping a bright eye on the future. These are precious gifts to bestow on a child. Think about it, won't you? Then do your gift shopping for your children with us. • '.. - . jinnjiM!- i ail ••! [[•••ma * Home Federal Sayings & Loan Association HOME LOANS TO BUILD, PURCHASE OR REMODEL 4>/g% Current Earnings All accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th — Earn from the First ALGONA Since 1917 IOWA Frank Rockwood, Mrs. Harry I j^ and Mrs j 0 h n Qxley left Fleming, Mrs. R. C. Welter, Mrs. tnis week for Dallas, Texas Ethel Beer and Mrs. Richard wher e they will visit their sons, Miller attended the American Tom Oxley and family and Gary Legion Auxiliary county meet- Qxley. ing at Britt on Wednesday. D.Y.T. club met on Friday af- Grace Kouba of Wesley was ternoon at the home of Mrs. a Sunday dinner and supper Joe Meyer with Mrs. Lorraine guest at the home of Mrs. Estih- smith as assisting hostess, er Kouba and Lucille Johnson. Clark Hampe of Iowa State, Tuesday afternoon callers at Ames and j^ Hampe of Manthe Fannie Barrack and Mae kato state spent tne we ekend Bagley home were Mrs. Esther with their parents, Mr. and Kouba, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mr S Don Hampe. Mrs. C. B. Robinson and Mrs. Mr and jjjg Charles Riggle Frank Rockwood. wen t to Crystal Lake and got Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson jyj s Ti na Riggi e an( j they went of Farnhamville and Mr. and to the Clifford Higgle home at Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls Forest City on Saturday, visited Sunday evening at the Cynthia Weber, who' attends Albert Johnson home. I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls spent Jerry Brockman, student at the weekend with her parents Ames spent the weekend with Mr and y^ Frank Weber. his mother, Mrs. Laura Brock- 1 man. The brothers and sisters of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Widen gathered at Charlies Supper Club near Algona Saturday evening to help Dale and Irene cele-, --., — brate their 25th wadding anni- Senior high school band is now versary 10 9 percent decked out in new Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and uniforms. The additional uni- family visited Sunday afternoon forms arrived recently. The Mu- at the Kenneth Wagner home, sic Boosters request that the $2 Donald Madsen of Burt was a rent fee per band uniform, be Sunday dinner guest at the Al- ] paid as soon as possible. wan, Larry Scobba, Sandi Haag, Joy Meyer, and Linda Erickson. Candidates are interviewed by a committee of adults repre"^- ting various businesses. The king and queen will be crowned at the Valentine's Dance. Entertainment will feature the Sym- phonettes. —AHS— Following Friday's pep meeting, the Future Business Leaders sold candy and goodies to all the "hungry for Clear Lake Lion" AHS students. —AHS— Pep Club members took buses 'to 'the- Clear 'Lake"game Friday. —AHS— Phil Taylor, student body .President, presented the Spirit Cup Friday at the pep assembly to the most deserving class— the seniors. The cup was received by class President Dave tfartin who was "speech-less" upon the part of the class. —AHS— Tuesday, February 1, AHS losted the North Central Con 'erence Vocal Festival. The Dlear Lake, Eagle Grove, and flumboldt choirs arrived in the morning. Two sessions of re Short Blocks from Greyhound But O*pot versary of the forming of a women's society Thursday, Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. at the church with a special program. The group -was formed Feb. _7, 1925 with 13 charter mem- >ers of which seven are still liv- ng. Those to be honored at his time are Mrs. Henry May- and Sr., Mrs. Fred Boyken, VIrs. Henry Schmidt, Mrs. John W. Boyken, Mrs. Martha Killian, Mrs. Lucy Ostermann and Mrs iarrie Bruns. All former members and pastors of the Immanuel congrega tion are invited to attend, Ruth Beed lop Titonka homemaker Titonka Consolidated's 1966; Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Ruth Eileen Beed. She scored highest in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by senior girls Pec. 7, 1965, and is now eligible for state and national scholarship awards. Ruth has already earned a special award pin from the program's sponsor, General Mills. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••"I • • ..••-.. '',•-•"''''.'."• { Electricity . . . I helps you live better today •• ..'. ' ' ; '••••••.«•• •'••/.• because... .5 Thomas Alva Edison Swea OHy Band gets new uniforms Swea City — The Swea City Congratulations "DUTCH" HONSBRUCH of HONSBRUCH DRUG ON HAVING INSTALLED THE AEROTRON 2-WAY FM MOBILE RADIO SYSTEM. Radio dispatched vehicles Mill now provide better-than- ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how you can use 2-way radio in your business. Call today (or convincing demonstration. took an idea, made it a reality. j : First came the electric light to help you see better,. And then, one by one, came the dozens of inventions that make modern life so much easier, so much more convenient than it was in Edison's day. The electric power industry salutes Thomas;Alya Edison during National Electrical Week, fpr the .ideas, tye work, which led to a better way of livingWlectrically. 5 ' •-.'''. '. | Algona Municipal Utilities i Valentine Headquarters - - OVER 5,000 VALENTINE CARDS TO $ CHOOSE from at Bomgaars - - contemporary or humorous, all titles--Valentine candy - Packaged Valentines for the kiddies, napkins, table cloths, boxed candy - Top selection always at BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN IN Algona

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