Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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(Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 3, _____ ... ^-afe. >...->.., .y.-ny--!. ,. „ game CARS WERE decorated as Algotia higH school wrestling followers awaited the return of the state cHamps at St. Joe Sunday. The No. 1 in state and No. 3 in NW Iowa is in reference to weekly polls that put Algona third in Northwestern Iowa during most of the season. No. 1 state speaks for itself. Sentral speech students go to district tilt Fenton — Several Sentral students traveled to Lake Mills Friday to the district speech contest. Among the students receiving number 1 ratings were Mollie Blanchard with The Children's Story; Kathy Sehar dendorf with The Cremation of Sam McGee; and Jil Blanchard Mollie Blanchard, Dawn Eld> ridge, Renee Hantelman, Roben Krause, and Dale Eldridge members of the one act play "Gloria Mundi"; and Mary Mie nke, Dennis Eldridge, Bill Has sel, Douglas Kading, and Ervin Root, all members of the play "The Clod". These students are now eligible to compete in the state contest March 19. AT MUSIC CONFERENCE Eight from Sentral high school vocal-department participa ted in the llth annual Tall Corn music conference at Cedar Palls this past Saturday. Two mixed quartets entered by each participating school composed two choirs which rehearsed during the day. The Blue Choir consisted of students in grades nine and ten, and the Gold Choir was students from grades eleven and twelve. Students attending from Sentral were Gold Choir—Rennea vetoing. The Methodist Youth Fellowship bake -sale has been changed to March 12th at Stoebers Annex. The Norris Mitchells left Thursday for several days visit- ng the Rev. Edwin Silrums at Storden, Minn. The Albert Mitchells were Sunday guests of the Harvey Beungers, West Bend. ALCW of St. John's of Depew met last Thursday with Mrs. Robert Huskamp leading devotions. ,Mrs. Ernest Berkland led the topic on Lent. A duet ,was sung by Mrs. Robert and Arnold Naig. Rev. Johnson led Bible Study. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Graten and Gertie Berklahd. Jeffrey Stucki, son of the Richard Stucki's, Spencer, was a weekend visitor with his grandparents, the Wilfred Stoebers. The 47 Club met last week with Mrs. Clarence Wegener with 14 members and 5 guests present. Guests were Rose Hansen, Emma Reimers, Nettie Yager, Mrs. Charles Feye and Mrs. Merle Austin. The Dr. Ernest Ruskes have left for a month's vacation. They will go to Tucson, Ariz, to visit Mr. Ruske's brother, the Ray Ruskes. They will then go to Colorado Springs, Colo., whe>- re they will visit their son, the Kaye Ruskes. The Dr. Ernest Ruskes were Sunday guests of Mrs. George Huisman, Spencer.- The Norman Bellingers were Thursday guests of the Eulan Schuellers, Titonka. Votteler, Rita Luedtke, Gary Rath, and Dale Eldridge; Blue Choir—Jacquelyn Jones, Margo Rusch, Dennis Eldridge and Roger Hansen. They were acconv parried by the director, Warren Jones. Mrs. AT GRADE FESTIVAL Students from the fifth through eighth grade from Sentral attended the 10th grade school music festival sponsored by the North Central Iowa Bandmasters Assn. in Mason City recently. They had 61 solo entries and 8 junior high ensembles. They received 54 superior rat ings, 13 excellent, and 2 good gratings. Directors are LeRoy Bras and Warren Jones. MUSIC PROGRAMS Events in American History will -be the general theme for the elementary music programs in Lone Rock March 11 and at Fen ton April 1. These programs will be under the direction o\ LeRoy Bras. This year free will offerings will be taken at each program instead of selling ad mission tickets. AT 2STH WEDDING Among Fenton people at the 25th wedding of the Clair Bol- Urigers, Lone Rock, recently were the Allen Bollinpers, George Bollingers, Kenneth BoUin- gers, Harvey Bellinger, Margur' it* Weisbrod, Peter Koencks, Norman Bollingers, Gene Tletz- es, Ed Schleis, and Harold Soh- leis. TEAMS ARE FORMED Lutheran Laymans League of St. John's has been divided into two teams to solicit annual memberships to the National Lutheran Layman's League which sponsors the Lutheran Hour and many other projects. Team captains are Ervin Borchardt and Emil Bierstedt. ENTERTAIN WIVES Fenton Volunteer fire mem bers had their wives at a sup- ner at the Sirloin House in Fairmont Saturday evening. Members unable to attend were the Homer Matthiesens and Jack Munch. The Roy Petersons are the grandparents of a son born to the Richard Petersons Feb. 16. He weighed 6 pounds and 11 ounces and has been named Heath Allen. The Petersons live at Anthon. The Franklin Muellers and the William Bruhns recently spent the day in Des Moines visiting the Arthur Adairs Jr. and the Robert Hilsabecks. They also saw the "Marty Robbins Show". Bethann Nina Bierstedt, daughter of the Howard Bierstedts, Lone Rock, was baptized at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, Sunday with Franklin Mueller and Kathie and Margret Bierstedt as sponsors. The Dale Weisbrods left last Tuesday from Des Moines by air for the Hawaiian Islands for a vacation. They will return to the mainland on the S. S. Lurline and land in San Francisco. They then plan to visit the Mervin Priebes at Fair Oaks, Calif., before returning home. Debra and Kristine BolUnger were overnight guests Friday of their grandparents, the Kenneth Bollingers. The Don Shaws and Mrs. Esther Frank spent Sunday in Minneapolis with the Bob Jo- hansens and Carol Shaw. Mrs. Frank remained for a few days with the Johansens, 1961 COMET Station Wagon, 4-door with 6- cylind*r engine, Standard Trani-, radio, solid red finish with rfd and white matching interior. Chrome luggage rack, for the economy-minded family. The Fenton Methodist church had the Rev. 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