Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 14, 1966
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(Iowa) AbVANCE MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1966 ear Facts By NEIL NURRE Several students from Garrigan along with Father Zeman and Father Bruch attended a H'.C.S. meeting at Bancroft on Tuesday, March 8. —GHS— Gtrrigan quarter tests will be given on Friday, March 18. i —GHS— ,!J,Coach Ritz, Garrigan track coach has several members of the track team out running in training for the coming season. The season will officially start Tuesday, March 15. —GHS— Mr. Charles Matheson, Music Instructor for State College of Ibwa at Cedar Falls, will come to. Garrigan Saturday, March 12 tb tune-up the chorus for .the State Contest at Milford. Washington high, School in Cherokee. Slihday they will travel t6 Oarroil KUempet fbf the CYO Debate FitlalS, iThe debate, tetm consists df: Affirmative, Steflh* ett SchUllef and Ron Gilbride; Negative, Vince KsSer and John Bradley. Folks over 65 must file soon for Medicare "If you have reached 65 and have not signed, up for Medicare, now is the time for action," Clifford .W. Swedlund social security manager in Fort Dodge, reports. The deadline is March 31.' Mr. Swedlund explained that almost every older person in the nation is eligible for health insurance under the new law passed, by Congress last year. To qualify, you -must file by March 31..... - ^ ,, ^ V . . The; major part of hospital, charges; and doctor bills ,\yill be paid for those people 65 or older who .sign up. for Medicare. But the .time to file is ;now. "We'-are especially trying to reach, -three groups of people right now," Swedlund repored. ('4lrtm >• *tMJ"fcik»-fc «M4*1*1 «ln«* • 4.1*«M«* • *v««A«4 Three pep buses full of students traveled to Spencer Wednesday evening to see the Algo- tra-Ida Grove basketball game. Wednesday afternoon's pep meeting featured .Rich Black as the referee-moderator while the Algona team. Coach Stevenson (Bob Farnham).and player Tom Jones, versed the Ida Grove team, Ida drove Coach (Greg Betts) and player (Paul WatkinS) in a game of .password. . Tne following Garrigan .students attended a Science Synv; posium on Radiation, at the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls last week: Connie .Molacek, Linda Buscher, Carol Besch, Michelle Erpelding, Stephen Schuller, Leonard Kenne and Steven Eischen. They attended lectures by well-known authorities and toured the campus. • —GHS— The C Y O Speech Finals were held at St. Bernard's high school in Breda, Sunday, March 6. Those students from Garrigan rating a Superior rating were Mary Kay Miller and Mary Reding, Interpretive Prose; Stephen Schuller, Extemporaneous Speaking;. Janice Thul, Humor- bus Declamation; Connie Bormann, Oratorical ( Declamation. Those rating Excellent were: Kathleen Elbert; Interpretive Prose; Mary Bray, Extemporaneous Speaking; Michelle Erpelding, Extemporaneous Speaking; Gary Loebig, Dramatic Declamation; Mary Jean Mertz, Book Reviewing. —GHS— March 17 and 18, twelve students from Garrigan will attend this Iowa High School speech finals at Lake Mills. Those , attending will be: Connie Bormann, Gary Loebig, Janice Thul, Linda Dodds, Betty Me Guire, Karel Winkel, Jean Milder, Stephen Schuller, Mary Bray, Carolyn Spurgeon, Ann Loebach, and Nancy Muller. —GHS— The Garrigan Debate Team will attend two meets this weekend. Saturday, March 12 they will attend the Iowa High School Debate tournament at •Illllllllllllllllllillll llllllllilllllilllllllilllllllliililllllHillll roe group includes those over 65 Who have not applied for social security retirement benefits because their earnings are too high to /permit cash benefits. These people will have Medicare protection by. applying for it." "The; second group we need to get in touch With may have little or no work under social security. If they are 65 or over, they get health protection by enrolling for. it. I cannot over-em- phasize'the importance of immediate action by all those Who are eligible," he said. "This applies toy several ^thousand persons in 'this; area." ; •The third s ;grqup includes all of those'people past age 65, now receiving i.'Social; security bene- Fits, who .have failed to respond ;o the enrollment cards mailed last fall; J- : j,A reminder was mailed .recently; Many of these cards have.; not -.been returned. Immediate 'dtition^ must be completed by all beneficiaries 65 or oiiiej.'' '};£:• .'•• .-• -.,'•,'">$ "v; T?o qualify for this health in- urance protection you must file 1 ' r request with your Irity, office. Represen- atiyes ffom the Fort Dodge of- ftof' Will;'be in .the following towns in this area at the place and' :• times designated: Algona .''.-r- .Court House, Thursday, 9:30 - 12:30 March 17 and March 31. Clarion — Court House, Tuesday, 9:30 - 12:30 March 15. ESnirnetsburg — Court House, Wednesday, 10 - 12:30 March 23. ,EstheryiJle — City Hall, Tuesday; i2:45c- 2:30 'March 15 and March;' 29V 1 ;" v ;.'.'.'':''• Pocahonitas —^fCourt House, Wednesday, 11,-; 1:30 March 23. Rockwell' City -^- Court House, - 12:30 March 14. • • ' .;• '...-•. •, • -t . :,.••.-.-' < Couple married at Wesley ' . . . . : ! •"' J. .,.,;.' : ;. , '..:.. ... .. ' ' ' -'• 'l J • Wesley -- Patricia Louise Goetz and Jerome Judge were married February 19 in St. Joseph's Catholic church in a double ring ceremony performed by FT. ft. W. Phillips. The bHde is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Judge, Boone. The bride was attended by her sisters, Elaine Goetz, as maid of honor, and Kathy Goetz as bridesmaid. Best man was Tom Judge and Ray Eisner was groomsman. Ushers were Dan Arndorfer and Bill Pepper. Jerry Johnson and Denny Po'tt- hoff were acolytes.. Helen Lickteig accompanied the. adult choir. A reception dinner was served to 150 guests. At the guest book was Carolyn Studer. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer and Mrs. John DeLander cut the cake. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs! Ed Johnson. Diane Arndorfer, Vicki Arndorfer, and Norma Goetz opened the gifts. The bride is a graduate of COrwith-Wesley high school and LaJames School of Beauty. He graduated from the Boone high school. They are living on a farm hear Boone. HELLO News of families and newly married couples who have recently moved to Algona. fORMMS AND PAMt D«H« As seen in SEVENTEEN For maximum dazzle this lace trimmed granny formal of candlelight crepe forming the skirt with pastel crepe bodice. Candlelight with Pink, Blue, Tahiti or Seascape, 5P"TJ^ff ^BIBP^lll^P^IB(B|BW^HIP mMPmHVIHPIw •WPBUPITiKHHW ^mUf ^P^Rl^ "AJgona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilii Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tripp, 1421 E. Oak Street, moved to Algona late in 1965 from Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. Tripp is an electrician for Utt Electric Service. They have two boys, Steven, 16 months old, and Robert, 6 weeks old. Mr.' Tripp was born, and raised here and graduated from Garrigan High School. She is the former Joan Lenz from Hodman. They afc tend St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Mrs. L. F. Young moved in from a farm in Plum Creek Township the first of December and now lives at 121 N. Woodworth street. Her married children are. Jean, Mrs. Les Godden, Clear Lake; Dick, who farms in Plum Creek Twp.; and Keith, wrestling coach at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Young attends the Methodist church. Mr. and, Mrs. Glen Burlin- gtfme, Hillcrest Trailer Court, moved from Lakota on January 14. Mr. Burlingame is employed with Lyle Raney. They attend the Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ether ing- ton are living with his parents, the Clifford Etheringtons until they can find a house to rent. Mr. Etherington has been the KLGA Radio Newsman .since February 14 when they came here from Little Rock, Ark. They have a 2M- month old son, Jason Lee Jr. Mr. Etherington is a 1960 graduate of AHS. She is from Dallas, Texas. They are Presbyterians. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Allen B, Sali«bury came to the Algona area February 28 from Clinton where he had retired as City Milk Sanitarian. They had spent most of the winter in California. Mrs. Salisbury is a sister of Stewart McFadden who moved to Algona when they purchased his acreage near Call State Park. Their children are married; a daughter lives in Lincoln, Nebr., one son in California and another son in West Des Moines. They are Methodists. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms moved from a Titonka farm on February 28 to 733 N. Wooster street when the farm they were on was sold. He is interested in that type of work in this area. There are eijrht children, Sngr- on, 18; Russell. 15; Richard, 14; Patricia. 13; Linda, 10; Judy, 8; Cindy. 6; and Larry, 4. They at- *»nd the Presbyterian church at Irvington. pating in various contests include Donna Besch in Job Interview Contest; Ray Friederieh in. the Sales Presentation division; Jim Peterson presenting a Radio Script entry; and Bonnie Stray er entering the Radio Sclript Composition. Competition. - AHS Friday M«n »he t*fti«*t Ulit for A class meeting at which they voted to take bu*M to V«» shea Ister this spring, ClaSl Colors, the sflHie a» the robe colors, were chosen as gold arid brown. Mark Conn was appointed chairman of the class motto and class flower selexjtiott committee. uesday eveflinfciitthfi au* m under thi dtec&m of lu«ell duster, A satisfied customer is the ohe best sates argument. Friday afternoon various ad< ults representing their various professions spdkcMo the mtoth- bers of the freshman class. The career panel Was under thte di 4 rection of the guidance depart* rtient. — AHS — The AHS Concert Band present its /annual winter coti- Mr', and Mrs. Mirvin Bode are newlyweds Who have, an apartment at 406 N. Phillips street. He ; works for Pioneer :Seed Co. and she is employed at St. Ann hospital. They attend St. Cecelia's Catholic church. , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet have retired, from their farm northwest of Algona to live at 313 N. Harlan Street. Their two sons and twin daughters are married: Howard lives at Wall Lake; Betty, Mrs. Al Southern, Seattle, Wash.; Lettie, Mrs. Willard Puffett, Marquette, Mich,; Richards farms the home place. They belong to the Good Hope Methodist, church. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Griffin moved to the former residence of the Bob Bennett's at 111 Sweeting Street on March 11. He is new manager of Iowa Finance who came here after, Ave months in Clarion. They had been in Omaha for some time prior; Their three children, are Cathy, 3%; Mike, 2; arid Susie, 5 months, They attend St. Cecelia's Catholic church. ; Living today is a game of robbing Peter to pay Paul in order to make it possible to stand pat. Friday evening the Future Hqmemakers of America sport- sored a Sweatshirt Ball in the Annex featuring the Titrations. — AHS — Camera club members met on Wednesday after school to discuss plans concerning the carnival. Club members plan to bake pictures at the Prom. — AHS — Speaking of the Prom, I was informed by a serious-faced jutv ior that the theme of this year's dance is "Welcome to the Gym" or "An Evening in a Basketball court." Won't .they be surprised if the seniors show up in basketball and Wrestling warm-up suits Or Cheerleading, pep club, or pep band uniforms! Actually, this must not be accepted as gospel — another junior informed several seniors the theme was "Mud Stamping on an Amazon Riverbank" featuring the junior class sponsors swinging on vines (ropes) during the evening, led by non other than Mr. Tarzan Palmer. — AHS — Members of the seventh and eighth grades are learning gymnastic tricks from Mrs. Moxley. Those participating in practice about an hour each night after classes on the parallel bars and the horse. Exceptionally capable are Rick Nelson, Kermit Olson, and Jon Sjogren, seventh graders. Equally as talented are the girls including Julie Chrischil- les, Marilyn Dau, Debbie John son, Dianna Levy, Jo Ellen Pittman, ?Jan ,Schultz,rdVtarcy .Mot eighth grade, Vicki Anderson, Lori Calhoun, Linda Darbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, Norma Geving, Juanita Limbaugh, Mary Lovstad, Kathy James, Terry Moe, Tammy Parrish, Judy Riedel, Carol Smith, Ann Taylor, Patty Wagner, Maria Wittkopf, seventh grade. — AHS — Results of the Wednesday, March 2 Cadette tryouts were posted last week. New corps members include the following girls: Connie Schultz, Rosemary Bullock, Susan Bullock, Debbie Kelley, regulars; Karla Sjogren, Becky Fisher, Cindi Miller, Kathy McBride, Niki Wegner, Kris Easter, Marilyn Dau, Kathy Wibben, Kathy Skow, alternates. — AHS — Cheerleading tryouts are scheduled for March 23. Girls with a "C" grade average or better are encouraged to try out — and boys, too! — AHS — Members of the Future Busi ness Leaders of America and the Distributive Education students are attending their respective conventions this weekend in Des Moines, Darla Carr is an FBLA candidate from Algona seeking election to the office of state secretary, currently held by Sandi Haag of Algona. Distribu tive Education students partici THE NAME HAS CHANGED ... THE SERVICE IS THE SAME! We are now operating as filbert's "Mileage" Service featuring independent prices on gas. pur service will continue tQ be the best possible. SEE US FOR; • WESTERN OIL & FUEL • TOP GIFT STAMPS Wt will erring* for frtf Twin Baseball Tickets Ig b« given •way in the near future, as «wr company is * — Bi| Twin Bootttr — WATCH FQft OUR JOHN EGBERT, Owner Elberts "Mileage" Service 420 p. Staff ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-5904 MORE PEOPLE HAVE ORDERED TAYLOR'S SO FAR IN 1966 THAN AT THIS TIME IN ANY PREVIOUS YEAR! 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