Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1966 · Page 8
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Titonkansplan 40th wed din I—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCB MONDAY, Fife, H, 1966 Bear Facts Garrigan traveled to fimmets- burg to play EmmetsJtKtfg Catholic. Garrigan won this game with a score of 69 to 62. By NEIL NURRE MR. AND MRS. John K. Harms. Titonka, will be honored at an open house, for their 40th wedding, Sunday, March 6, 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Their aons and wives will host the event. They are Martin of Britt and Johnny, Hurt. All relatives a.nd friends are cordially invited. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Parrott and Marne met Judy at SCI in Cedar Falls and attended,- the wrestling meet at Waterloo Saturday. The Walter Petersons were visited by her brother, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Cooke, Emmetsburg, Thursday night. Michele Cascel came Wednesday from St. Teresa's college in Winona, Minn., to stay until Sunday with her family, the Leo Cassels. Guests for several days last week at the home of Eva Deim were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hornbuckle, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell have returned after spending a week with their daughter, Pastor and Mrs. Leroy Johnson and three children at Orchard Lake, Mich, Pastor Johnson has a new Lutheran church near Detroit. The Hutzells went by train from Perry. Mrs. Henry Furst's birthday was celebrated at: the Birthday club at the home of Mrs. Merle Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore are in. Yuma, Ariz, visiting their daughter, Mary, the Jerry Moon family. They left- here Feb. 11 and plan to return late in March. The families of Ted Chrischil- les and Frank Moulton spent Friday night and Saturday at the State Wrestling Meet in Waterloo., Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fowler left Thursday for Sioux City and returned Saturday. The trip was a combination business and pleasure trip. The Kent Hoovers moved yesterday (Sunday) to Emmetsburg where he is agency manager of Farm Bureau Insurance. Their home here was purchased by the Francis McVays. Guests from Tuesday until Friday at the John Dreesmans were Mr. and Mrs. Don Stiles, Hutchinson, Kansas. The Stiles are enroute home from a visit with their daughter in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Stiles is the former Ruth Brown. Mrs. Richard Norton spent from Monday until Thursday in Marshalltown visiting her moth- er and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain spent one day last week with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Maland in, Elmore, Minn. Mrs. Richard Schneider and Meg left Saturday to spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lair; in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wyatt visited their mothers from Friday till Wednesday, : Mrs. Wyatt, who is 99 years old, is at Colo, Iowa, and Mrs. Wyatt's mother, Mrs. Mae Mills, lives in Des Moines: '>;•' ./.'•' Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne left today (Monday) to visit their son, Bill, who is in medical college at Iowa City. They will then leave on a two or three week trip in the south. Word has been received here that Rufus Lindhorst had surgery Feb. 14 at an Ontario, Calif, hospital. He and Mrs. Lindhorst are .spending the winter with their daughter and son-in-law, the Francis Platts. Mr. Lindhorst will be released soon and his address will be 1523 Ainador Ave., Ontario, Calif. RETIREE — Mrs. Sarah Wallace of Farley has retired after 21 years 9! news : w,rU»ng^ Mra, Wallace"started writing for the Dubuque Times Journal in 1914; Wednesday and Thursday, February 23 and 24 Garrigan held its annual retreat. Father Justin Kane of Britt conducted the retreat for the Freshman and Sophomores while Father James Ryberg of Omaha conducted the Junior and Senior retreat. A Mass in the Garrigan gym closed the three-day exercises. —GHS— Garrigan played Fort Dodge St. Edmond's Friday night, February 18. The Bears lost the hard fought game with a score of 77 to 64. —GHS— Saturday night, February 19, v Oarrigan will m**t Algon* High School Monday night/February 28 for the first round of the district tournament. -GHS- Garrigan gave its last performance of "The Music Man" Monday, February 21. After the performance gifts were given to all those who helped to make the operetta a success, —GHS— Registration for next year's classes is taking place at Garri* gan. Several new subjects have been added to the curriculum and extra subjects will be required for each class next year. ON DEAN'S LIST Cedar Falls — Eight area students have been named to the dean's list at the State College of Iowa. Eight per cent of the student body were cited for scholastic honors, having earned a grade point of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale. They were Mary Reilly and Lynn Kueck, Algona; Cheryl Anderson, Lakota; Marcheta Anliker. Jeanne Banwart, Karen Christensen, Diana Metzger, West Bend; Jacqueline Me din, Whittemore. •••••••••••••••••••••••a SERVICEMEN ••••••••••••••••••••••a* Ull TifMk* (CL04) (FHTNC) — Fireman Apprentice Dennis M. Walker, USN, son of Mrs. Metvin Walker, Algona, participated in Operation "Double Eft- jle", the largest amphibious landing ever made in Vietnam, while serving with this com' mand. The assault landing of a large U.S. Marine force near Thach Tru, 30 miles south of Chu Lai, began when a 13-ship Naval Task Force steamed into the objective area in the predawn hours of Jan. 28. Eight waves of assault troops were landed on the beaches, while warships patrolled offshore to provide naval gunfire support. The Marines were virtually unopposed, and received only light small arms fire. Late in the afternoon of Jan. 29, more Marines were landed by helicopted four miles inland from the beachhead. These forces, also unopposed, reported seeing about 200 enemy fleeing the area on foot, changing from green regular forces uniforms to the black pa jama-like garb of the Viet Cong. Fort Sill, Okla. (AHTNC) — Pvt. Donald K Mldtffi, 20, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Urs C. M»d- sen, Liveimore, completed advanced artillery training at the Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, Okla., Feb. 24. Madsen was trained as a can* noneer in field artillery units. He entered the Army last October and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and attended Twin Rivers High School. Fort Hood, Tex. (AHTNC) — Daryl L. Holland, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Holland, Bode, was promoted to first lieutenant, Feb. 11, while assigned to the 529th Military Intelligence Company at Fort Hood, Tex. Lieutenant Rolland, an intelligence officer, entered the Army in August 1964. He was graduated from Twin Rivers Community high school in 1960 and received a B.A. degree in 1964 from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, His wife, Paula, lives in Kiltoen, Tex. Whkh Md«d fefc. 15. Zimmerman, i radio specialist ift the 8th infantry Division's 8th Military Police Company ftttf Bad Kreu/nach, entered the Army m May 1964. A 1962 graduate of Whittemore high school, Specialist ! Zimmerman was employed by ChMitland Mfg. Co., inc., Hum- bolttt, Iowa, betore entering the Army. Brothir of Alf ona nun diti William Kenyon, Dubuque, an older brother of Les Kenyon, died from an apparent heart attack Thursday noon. He was the superintendent of the water department for the city of Dubuque. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon there. Survivors are his wife, two daughters, and a son, all whom are married, besides several grandchildren. 8th Infantry Div., Germany (AHTNC) — Army Sp4 Michael H. Zimmerman, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Zimmerman, Whittemore, took part in Exercise Winter Arrow, a nine-day training maneuver of the 8th Infantry Division in Germany, TAKE FARM COURSE Ames — Three students from Kossuth county in the Winter Quarter Farm Operations Course at Iowa State University completed their work Friday. They were Larry Johannesen, of Lone Rock; Paul Thoreson, Swea City; Reuben J. Skow, Wesley. OUTSTANDING QUALITY/OUTSTANDING VALUES! Jtdrnirai V Rectangular Mor COLOR PIDILITY CONTROL Lets you warm up or cool down colors, adjusting them for. true-to-life reproduction. See them as you know them) AUTOMATIC DEGAUSSER Color 23" I I I I I I 1 1 I I I 1 I M I I M I I M"M M 1 I Ml 1 1-H-H-H-H-l M II H I I II II I U II 111 II I'I M M-M-M-M-M'H H Ml III M I I I I I I I I H H I I I H I M I I H The TYLER Model LG5301 Contemporary lowboy cabinet with slim 23" rectangular picture tube. Precision-crafted transformer-powered horizontal chassis. New unit* ized UHF/VHF channel selector with lighted indicators. 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