Bear Facts By NEIL NURRE Probably one of the most exciting games in Garrigan's history took place Monday night February 28. Garrigan met Al- gous High in the Garrigan gym. There was standing room only as students and fans from both schools watched a game where neither team led by 3 or 4 points most of the way. Algona High finally won with a score of 50 to 48. —GHS— A P«p Rally was held at Garrigan on Monday afternoon. Talks were given by Father Friedmann. Coach Cooper, and Coach McCall. A very humorous skit written by Bob Lucey, Bill Milder and Joe Ringsdorf followed the talks. —GHS— Registration was completed the past week for Garrigan's next year's classes. —GHS- Garriqan's three day Retreat ended Friday morning, February 25 with a conference and Mass in the Garrigan gym. —GHS— Driver's Education will hold its second session Saturday, March 5 at Algona High. Howie Stephenson of Algona High will be head of the program with several other Algona High coaches and Coach Ritz of Garrigan. —GHS— The Garrigan Varsity Chorus is now practicing for the State Contest at Milford which will be held on March 22. —GHS— Mu Alpha Theta (Math) Club held its. regular meeting Tues day, March 1. The time was Blue Earth, Minn., d'Alene, Idaho. and Coeur Burt Mrs. George Hawcott Engaged MR. AND MRS. EIRoy Dannewitz. Syracuse, Neb., have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jane, to Don Nettleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ncttleton, Storm Lake. Miss Dannewitz is a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames, and is teaching home economics in the Algona high school. He is a graduate of Buena Vista college at Storm Lake and is teaching biology in the Algona high school. A June 11 wedding is being planned. Others wfio' helped w«fe Mrs.' chtifch there will be a special William Goldtfap, filtnore; Mrs. Oris Grave, Thompson; arid Mrs. Dallas Davids, Buffalo Center. Relatives and t fiends who attended came from Lakota, Kensett, LuVerne, Ft. Dodge, Buffalo Center, Humboldt, Swea City, Estherville, Thompson, Minneapolis, Mankato, Elmore, spent working on Math problems. challenging IN SCHOOL PLAY Mavcrest College — Elaine Bruch, daughter of Mrs. M. L Bruch, Algona, has the lead role in the cast of "The Birthday Party" to be presented by the 'sophomores in the One-Act Play Festival which was held Friday March 4. A trophy will be a warded to best play. the class with the Irvin Koppens, Lakota, have 25th wedding Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Koppen observed their silver redding Sunday, February 27, rtdth open ho'iise at their home. Their son, Dale, a student at Mankato, and the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nydegger, Kensett, were hosts. Before the celebration family devotions were held by Elsie Koppen ary 24, Rev. John Reiners. Steenhard and Irvin were married Febru- 1941 at Lakota. Their +»+«»»»»»»»»»•»»»*»•»+»« U & I Circle will meet March 8 with Isabel Sabin. Roll call is a white elephant exchange. The extension lesson is by Maxine Angus. Past Matrons club will meet March 10 with hostesses Trella Patterson and Jessie Miller. Roll call is a cleaning hint. The program is by Millie Klamp and Gladys Hawcott. The Jerry Gubbels, Ft. Dodge, were guests Feb. 27 at the parental Alvin Baumgard's. Weekend guests of Mrs. Celia Scott were the Dr. Eugene Lloyd family, Shenandoah. Mrs. Wm, Giddings won the TV set Feb. 26 at Vogel's store. The J. P. Stevens spent the weekend in Ionia with the Jim Stevens. Enroute home they visited at Mason City. The Eugene Stewards, Minne apolis, have an 8 Ib. 9 oz. son Paul Eugene born Feb. 24. They now have four sons. The three oldest sons are staying at the Clifford Abbas home in Cross Lake, Minn., for several weeks Grandparents are the Walter Stewards, Burt, and Walter Wertzes, Madrid. Guests Feb. 27 at Garj Webb's, Algona, were Mrs. Jes sie Rash, the John Rashes, Ral ph Marklas and Betty Webb. Terry Lynn, son of the Gary Webbs, was christened at the morning service Feb. 27 at the First Lutheran church, Rev. Robert Lorenz, officiating. Guests Tuesday of Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf were the Roy Rings- W.S.C.S. meeting With • guests, the pastor of the EUB church, of LuVerne and members Of that church society. There will be a discussion on the proposed merger of the Evangelical United Brethren and the Methodist churches. The S, R. Parsons returned last week from three months \n Texas with their daughter Mary Lee, the John OliVerias, in San Antonio, Texas, and daughter Barbara, the Ray Dvoraks, .Arlington, Texas. They met the Dvorak's twins, a boy and a girl. They spent a week at Cocoa Beach, Fla. where John Oliveria is employed. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANC6—3 MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1966 CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Connie Utt celebrated her 8th birthday at a party after school n the James Utt home. Guests ,vere 14 girls who played games and had lunch. ENROLLS IN COLLEGE Sharon Ludwig, Algona, has enrolled at the Sioux City Net- leton business^ college for the fall term starting September 6. attendants were Rachel Becker, now Mrs. Thees Sehnakenberg of LuVerne, and Henry Steenhard, Lakota, who were present. Mrs. Henry Steenhard had the guest book. In charge of gifts and cards were Mesdames Hazel Koppen, Paul Koppen and Henry Steenhard. Kathy Koppen, Ft. Dodge, served punch. Mrs. Florence Kedpple, 'Coeur poured. Mrs. Dodge, cut the d'Alene, Idaho, Jane Reed, Ft. cake and Mrs. Maynard Koppen, dorfs, Donald Ringsdorfs, Wendell Ringsdorfs and W. B. Ship- lers of Swea City. The Roy Ringsdorfs returned last week from a month's vaea^ tion and a 5,000 mile trip. They visited in southern Iowa and Missouri, with the Dr. Ham- streets in Texas. They toured Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico and spent some time in Phoenix and Tucson. They visited cousins viri Sudan, Kans. The Wayne Manns and Homer Sabins spent Feb. 27 at Merton Steward's, Ames. Ft. Dodge, served ice cream. Marcli 9 at Burt Methodist am* (Down with sissy trucks, say the Dodge Boys. The Dodge A100 Van ts the only compact that offers you a V8 power option. It's a real hauler: More space for a bigger payload (over a ton), widest cargo doors in the compact field. Biggest brakes, too, and axles with the highest load ratings. The real full foam bucket driver's seat is standard. And the extra Dodge stamina throughout is standard, too. Dodge builds tgugh trucks.., Dodge trycKs are priced with the lowest. PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC 100 SOUTH PHILLIPS Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Missionaries REV. AND MRS. Paul Dayhofl (he is pictured above) will hold services at the Algona Churcl of the Nazarene on Wednesday night of this week at 7:30 p.m The couple are missionaries to the Republic of South Africa and are now on furlough, holding services among Churches of the Nazarene. There is no admis sion and the public is invited. MOLD PRAYER SERVICE •Lutheran Women's Missionarv League of the Algona Zone held a World Day of Prayer service on Feb. 25. St. Paul's Lutheran LWML of Garner served as hosts. The offering of "Mission of Mercy" was sent to David Meyer who is a missionary in the Philippines. TO CHOOSE OFFICERS Four Corners Mother and Daughters club will meet Thursday, March 10, at Alvina Walker's. Annette A rend will be co-hostess. Roll call will be: Changes I would like in my home. An election of officers will be held. Bernice Walker will bring Chic- Chatter. as co-nwte&es. The Grade School Instrumental sic, is in chafge of Judy Thofe- son ahd Vefa GfdHam, TO HAVE EXCHANGE The Cresco Mother Daughter Club will meet Wednesday, March 9, at the Cliff teeter home with Nellie Bosworth assisting hostess. There Will be a white elephant exchange. 79TH BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher were in Eagle Grove Thursday to celebrate the 79th birthday of her father, George Dial. BEL CANTO MEETS Bel Canto Club will meet at 1:15 p.m.. Wednesday, March 9 at Claris Kresensky's with Pat Chrischilles and Sharon Cowan Mr. and Mr*. John Nauholt and family left Friday for Fairbank to attend the golden wed ding of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chase, which will be celebrated Sunday. Albert Piotka, Duncan, fath er of Mrs. James Utt came the last of February for an indefi nite stay with the Utt family Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Psotka, Tama, broth er of Mrs. Utt. P«m Hopkins left today (Monday) to return to Ames af ter nine days at home fron Iowa State University. 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