Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 19
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Bear Facts By NEIL NURRE WJi *nr ft. i t | n Shows indigo snake Garrigan will hold it> Spring recital March 22 in the Garrigan gym. The recital is honoring Hazel McEnroe and Vicky Me Guire who will receive choral awards. Another highlight of the program will ba a Concerto by Mozart played by Sue Nelson and Kathy Plathe. They will also play this number at the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra on March 26. The freshmen girls chorus will sing "All in an April Evening" and the varsity chorus will sing "Tiger! Tiger!" and three Madrigals. Other pianists will be Mary Hamilton, Ruth McEnroe, Jeanne Marie Zender, Barb Winkel, Connie Bormann, Margaret Lickteig, Marcia Hinken, Ruth Cassel, Jane Wilson, Mary Ann Eischen, Jeanne Milder, and C'orinne Bormann. —GHS— Saturday, March 12 the Garrigan Debaters traveled to Cherokee to compete in the Iowa High School Debate Tournament. At this meet they won one debate and lost nine. Sun: day they traveled to the CYO finals at Carroll where they won three and lost five. —GHS— Mr. Charles Matheson of the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls was at Garrigan Saturday, March 12. He was here to work with the chorus to get them ready for the state contest at Milford. —GHS— Several members of the Garrigan track team will attend the State Indoor Track meet at Iowa City on March 26. —GHS— Quarter tests were given at Garrigan on Friday, March 18. CHILDREN IN THE Junior High section of the AHS auditorium cringe as Chuck Binder, traveling lecturer, shows them a live "indigo snake." (Notice he is holding only the tail section forward for their scrutiny!) The educational assembly program for both Junior and Senior High students was sponsored by the Student Council as an informative lecture. Mr. Binder came here through the auspices of the University of Minnesota. Exclusive Advance photo by Mike Stillman Bond issue for school carried at Twin Rivers Bode — The $150,000 bond issue for the repair and modernization program at the Twin livers schools passed by a >7.3% majority vote at Bode, Livermore and Ottosen Wednesday, March 16. Bode vested 172 yes, 32 no; Livermore 77 yes, 53 no; Ottosen 58 yes, 34 no. Letters to the Editor 39 register for kindergarten at Lakota school Twenty-nine children will be starting Kindergarten this fall at the Lakota Consolidated sch ool. They are as follows: Danny Abels, son of the David Abels Dale Aukes, son of the Roger Aukes; John Baumann, son of the Fred Baumanns; Charles Degan, son of the Donald De gans; Larry Eichenberger, son of the Lloyd Eichenbergers; An- thonv Farrow, son of the Donald Farrows; Michael Garrett, son of the Richard Garretts; Randal Goeke, son of the Ronald Goekes; Brenda Hellman, daughter of the A. J. Hellmans; Barbara Jaeger and Bradley Jaeger, son and daughter of the James Meurers; Charnelle Janssen, daughter of the LeRoy Janssens: Patrick Johnson, son of the Jim Johnsons; Larry Koppen, son of the LaMont Koppens; Larry Lappe. son of the Larry A. Laupes; Daniel Ofstedal, son of the Rev. Paul Ofstedals: Roberta Ogren, daughter of the Robert Ogrens; Gary 01- thoff, son of the Harold 01- thoffs; Glen Olthoff, son of the Gail Olthoffs; Steven Patterson, son of the Dale Pattersons; Mark Peterson, son of the Don aid Petersons; Neal Potthoff, son of the Vernon Potthoffs; Paul Reiners, son of the Rev. John Reiners; Timothy Rieffer, son of the Gottlieb Rieffers; Steven Rowlett, son of the Jerry Rowletts; Lori Ann Thompson daughter of the Edward Thompsons; Frederick Ubben, son of the Harold Ubbens; Jon Wert- jes, son of the Marvin Wertjes and Larrv Wertjes, son of the Don Wertjes. JWAVUWWJVU.V.WWAVV To Editor: There are a few things that I would like to clear up and would like the facts known to the people of this county. I understand voting machines have been ordered for use in Kossuth county. What we would like to know is: When were they voted on and who voted how? I saw in the paper once that the issue was before the supervisors. Now I would like myself and the peo pie to know who voted in favor and who against machines. Also was it brought up more than once, or voted on more than once, and how they voted. Also I know the auditor is the clerk of the board of supervisors and does not have a vote on such issues but merely takes down the minutes of the meet ings; so he couldn't have voted Sometime over a year ago saw in.the paper, that pur;.recor der was doing recording work *. A « after ner regular hours. I recal Northwest Webster-Bar- the attorney general ruled tha ents bought in 1904, and we moved into the property Feb. 14, 1905. Last spring the taxable valuation on the LOT was raised $449.00, which both my attorney and I protested. Therefore my taxes on the place this year was $35.45 more than last year. It is a large lot but no more valuable than in past years. Were I to sell the place now I doubt very seriously that I could get as much as I could MUSIC CONTEST DATED State small groups Class will be in Bode 1 Friday and Saturday for vocal and instrumen- ;al contests. Approximately 1200 students from 21 schools will participate in the two day event. Schools represented are: Albert City-Truesdale, Boone Valley, Burt, Cedar Valley, Central Webster, Burnside, Cylinder, Gilmore-Bradgate, Goldfield, Havelock-Plover, Lakota, Ledyard, LuVerne, Mallard, Palmer, num, tiave ten years ago, when my en tire taxes on the property was $56.24. Mr. Immerfall tells me there is nothing we can do about it, that the Iowa Tax Commission ordered the raises. If this is the case after the mess they made about farm Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI buildings it, seems to me Iowa is todly in need of a new tax com- Mission. 5 Respectfully, ; M. TUfnbaugh Algona Former Burt youth expert in magic tricks Burt — Stewart Burger, senior in Hamburg, N.Y., high school, has been practicing magic for eight of his eighteen years and pulling a rabbit from his hat is just one of his many tricks. When Tie was ten years olc he was given a set of children's magic tricks and in a short time he had solved all of them. He has now mastered more than 10 tricks of magic and is a frequent performer at entertainments and meetings. Skill and manual dexterity is required to prove that "the hand is quicker than the eye" and he practices an hour each day. He plans to attend college in the fall and hopes to obtain professional bookings to help defray college expenses. Stewart is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Burger, former Burt residents. Mr. Burger was mail carrier here and is now a postal clerk in Hamburg, N.Y. Mrs. Burger is the former Verna Stewart, who graduated from Burt high school in 1929. Mail to servicemen goes by air According to Acting Postmaster Halbert Long a new postal regulation effective immediately is good news to those corresponding with service men in the Pacific area. All personal Isl class mail to members of the armed forces whose address is APO or FPO out of San Francisco will be sent airmail on regular five-cent postage. An airmail stamp will not speed the receipt of the letter. AL60NA (Iowa) ADVArKE--5 THURSDAY, MARCH »4, 4-H News WHITTIMORt BOYS The Whittemore Boys 4>H club met at the Legion hall on March 8. Tom Arend and Dennis Walker were elected as delegates to camp. The junior basketball team played Cresco and the seniors played Union on March 7. On March 8 both teams won the games, juniors over St. Joe and seniors over Garfield. In the southwest division both teams won so both Whittemore teams took the southwest chanv oionship. Jackie Detrick and Francine O'Brien had a demonstration. Lunch was served by the Art Elberts and the Herman <ollasches. Reporter is Becky Bormann. . LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Chalmei' ReiU and Mr. and Mrs. Diaries'SHeafi- ley left Wednesday fot a weed's trip through the Sofith. Christine Ann; Cooper Was baptized Thursday by her uncle, Fr. Harold Cooper, Larchwood. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Straub Were sponsors. She i& the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cooper and was born March 9 at St. Ann hospital, 9 Ib. 10 oz. There are now four boys and our girls in the family. HONOR NEWLYWEDS Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. irnst, Humboldt, were hosts at dinner March 10 for newly- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert U-GO-I-GO U-Go-I-Go 4-H club met at Marcy Diamond's for the March meeting. Linda Hauser was cc* lostess. The 4-H pledge was led by Bernadette Reilly. An illustrated talk was given by Joyce Sifert. Debbie Missal, Marcy Diamond, Becky Tielebein. and Bernadette Reilly gave demon strations. Susan Bullock and Linda Hauser had recreation Mrs. Paul Lemkee, Mrs. Ralph Hauser, and Mrs. Ray Sewick were guests. The 4-H Day com mittee consists of Susan Bui lock, Marcy Diamond, Maureen Bestenlehner, Becky Tielebein Diana Muller, Debra Sewick Jean Abbott, Sherry and Debra Bulten. These girls met at th Allen Bullock home March 16 Reporter is Jean Abbott. Advertise In the Advance — largest PAID circulationl Jormann, his parents, Mr. and tfrs. Henry Bormann, Bode, and Mildred Bormann. The couple opened their wedding gifts, Oth er guests were the Kent Sorensens, Goldfield, the Ole Fjet- tands, Dakota City, the Bernarc Streits, Bode, Robert Bormanns Bode, and Mary Jane Origer. SERVICEMEN' •••••t«**«««eeeeeee*e*ee EARLY PROMOTION ' , Pert Polk, La, (AHTNC) — Pvt. Larry C. Lien, whose wife, Jo, and parents, the Carl Lletw, tiVe at SWea City, received aft arly promotion to Army pay grade private E-2 on completion , of basic combat training at Fort Polk, La., March 5. Lien was awarded the promotion two months earlier than is customary. He is a 19^8 graduate of Swea City high school. MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pain often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backaches. Relieve' these discomforts or your money back. On sale at HONSBRUGH Druq Store. B • Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" • LUVERNE • ^ESLEY • TITDNKA .'."'•• CORWIT» • RENWICK at "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Pocahontas-Community, Pocahontas-Catholic, Pomeroy, Rolfe, Twin Rivers (Bode). The Senior class and mothers of Seniors will be serving lunches, and snack bar and Band mothers will be registering the contestants. MRS. NELSON DIES Mrs. Severt Nelson died at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Thursday after a short illness. Funeral services will be held at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Bruces of Ft. Dodge are n charge of arrangements. 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