Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 7
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26 at Wesley sign up for kindergarten We*ley — At the kindergarten round-up held March 15 at the Corwith-Wesley Community school the following Wesley children were registered: Kevin Albertson, Joan Becker, James fieenken, Cynthia Cink, Steven Cink, Russell Eischen, Debra Golwitzer, Douglas Manig, Linda Grandganett, Margaret Hauptmatv, William Jongewaard, Dale Kiley, Mary Klein, Craig Larson, Coleen Lauben- thai, Kim Loebig, Larry Plathe, James Richter, Randolf Ricke, Carol Roquet, Thomas Shellen, berg, Duane Vitzthum, Lorri West, Gail Youngwirth, Paul Youngwirth, and Franklin Bode. Those who were unable to register, March 15 should do as soon as possible. SWANSON SERVICES Many friends and former neighbors attended the funeral of Henry Swanson, 78, at the Evangelical Free church in Britt Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery at Britt. Lester Larson and George Seaberg were casket bearers. Services were conducted by Rev. Carroll Swenson. Mr. Swanson, a former Wesley area farmer, died of a lingering illness at Westview Retirement home at Britt. He is survived by his widow and four sons, Maynard and Russell of Wesley, Eugene of Rockford, 111., and Leon of Austin, Minn. PIANO CONTESTANTS Sue Nelson, daughter of the Clarence Nelsons of Wesley and Kathleen Plathe, daughter of the Milford Plathe's of Bode were contestants in the piano concerto contest held in Dubuque Saturday, March 26. Both are juniors at Garrigan and are active in chorus and band. They performed the first movement of Mozart's Concerto in D Minor. Fourteen students played the same selection. SPELLING BEE The spelling bee that was scheduled for Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's parish hall was called off and will be held Sunday afternoon, April 3 at 3 p.m. Alqona Kotiuth County THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1966 - ALOONA, IOWA vance hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday following a heart attack, He will be hospitalised for some time. Shovel Ing time for the Army, is home on a two weeks leave, after finishing basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Jim will here to Fort Houston* from for schooling. Mrs. Lenz is making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake, of Lu Verne, while.Jim is away. Steve, 17 year old son of the Robert Eischens, left Friday, March 25 with Father Bdes, and three other boys all ten- ters from Garrigan High for Atchison, Kans., to visit St. Benedict College there, The boy» lire planning to attend the college next fall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling, Irvington, drove to Burt, Sunday to visit Mrs. Skilling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch and to check on how the Fitches fared through the storm and blizzard of last week. MriMnd Mrs. Fitch, like many othe were stranded on their firm home with no lights, heat, telephone or water, but the Fitches were fortunate enough to have a trash burner in their basement, and lived all during the storm in the basement, except to sleep. ; Th« Smith* w«r« •vtr Sunday visitors with their daughter the Gary Ites at Iowa •"alls. Mrs. Jerry Briggt ind Julie of De* Moines visited the past week with her mother, Mrs. Ardis Rockwood. Th« Arnle Kettoltons and daughter of West Bend visited CHURCH PICK-UP Due to the storm the quarterly conferences for both Burt and Gdod Hope churches will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, April 1 at the Burt church. On Monday, April 4, the Church World Service Truck comes to Burt area to receive good clothing for relief in disaster areas in the world. Materials to be left at the church. Rev. Davies will take them to Algo- the fire. Mr. Cook, who WM <& reciting traffic on the highway where a semitrailer had jack* knifed, was also called. Proof ble damage was $100 which insurance will cover. Sunday afternoon with the Ger- na . The Congregational church aid Ramuses and family. They came to make the acquaintance of the twin daughters Lori and Lisa born Feb. 3 to the Ramus- POWER BACK ON Electricity was restored to Lu Verne Fern Bigings IT WAS SHOVELING time last Wednesday and Thursday as Kossuth residents began digging out of the Tuesday night blizzard, Shown above are several Algonans at work. Above, Algona high teacher Don Nettleton is aided in. his shoveling by his fiancee, Jane Dannewitz, Below, Judy Sigsbee gets her exercise as she begins shoveling out the family car. Exclusive Advance Photos by Mike Stillman. The Gerald Ramuses and family had as guests Sunday 'his sisters Dixie, the Elwin Ellston, children, Darlene, the Allen Millers and Debra, all of Des Moines. They came to make the acquaintance of the twin daughters Lori and Lisa born Feb. 3 to the Ramuses. Miss Verlaine Johnson and Junior Hardcopf attended the Sport Show in Des Moines over the weekend. Irwin "Bill" Jergensen, Lu Wesley Friday evening at 7 p.m Due to the storm lights went off Tuesday evening at 7:15 p.m. EASTER DANCE An Easter dance will be held at the Duncan Dance Pavilion Monday, April 11, sponsored by five circles of St. Joseph's Guild of Wesley. Jeannie Nelson, a student at State University is expected Friday to spend her Easter vacation in the parental Clarence Nelson home. She is taking a course in speech therapy. She and Colette Streit of Whittemore plan to visit Briar CUff College at Sioux City Saturday and Sunday. They attended the college. Rose Marie, Charlotte and Kim Matz of Spencer spent the March 27 weekend in the parental Mrs. Tillie Matz home. The Parent-Teachers Conference that was to have been held Friday, March 25 in the public school was cancelled due to the blizzard. The eighth grade students presented three plays "Midge Goes to the Movies", "Supper Salesman", and "He Tried With His Boots On" Tuesday eve ning, March 29 at 7:30 o'clock at the Corwith School Gymnasium. Guest speaker in the Evangelical Free and the Upper Flat churches Sunday was Norma Tharaldsen, a former missionary of India. The W.M.S. met Wednesday afternoon in the Evangelical Free church with Mrs, Mary Peters and Mrs. Fred Bentele. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson visited her brother Orin Byrs at Goldfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen of Albert Lea, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mahoney of Ft. Dodge were recent callers at the John Muehe home. Maurice Becker, who is employed at the Package Sales Co. at Grant, Mich, visited his parents, the Tom Beckers this week. He also visited his sister and family the Roger Doughans at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Becker aiuj Maurice visited the Bernard Beckers at Albert Lea, Minn Monday afternoon. Mrs. Laura Walker, who i living with her son. Jim Walker and family went to her home in West Bend Friday, March 18 intending to stay a few days bull her stay was extended a week due to weather 9»4 road con, ditions. Jimmy Walker, a student at Creighton University, Omaha, Dean and Ann Walker brought Mrs. Laura Walker to Wesley Saturday. Jimmy spent the weekend here. Gary Loebig, son of the Bill Loebigs, accompanied Father Zeiman and several other Junior students of Garrigan to Dubuque Friday where they visited Loras College, returning iunday evening. Father Zeiman is on the Garrigan faculty but esides at the local rectory. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith dsited their son Ray Smith and amily at Klemme Sunday. Will Hauptly was brought lome Sunday from the Britt lospital, where he had been a patient for 3 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode visited their daughter and fam- ly, the Kenneth Prohaska's at Garner Saturday evening. Sunday evening they visited the Robert Bickerts in Algona. Mrs. Tom Becker accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Roger Doughan of Clarion, were Mason City business callers Saturday. Tommy Doughan stayed with Grandpa Becker. The recital that was scheduled for Tuesday evening at Garrigan March 22 was presented Monday evening, March 28. Mar- Irvington By Mae McLean Verne, was admitted to Mercy es. Clarence Larson and daughter Cinda of Eagle Grove visited Sunday with his sister, the Otto Willes. Burt students win boners in music contest Burt — The State Music Contest was held at Bode March 25 and 26. Burt winners were: Girls' trio received I, Janet Becker, Nancy Becker and Linda Becker; Vicki Koestler received I, treble voice medium; Mixed duet received I, Scott Scheer and Norma Harms; Norma Harms received II, treble voice low; Inst., Janet Becker received I baritone horn solo; Piano solo, Kathleen Patterson received I; Group Girls Sextette received 1, Paulette Arend, Patricia Sheirbon, Debbie Stenzel, Linda Becker, Norma Harms and Linda Meyer; Group Girls Sextette received II, Charlotte Lappe, Oharlene Lappe, Linda Fairbanks, Sandra Ortman, Nancy Ackerman and Diane Hoppus; Girls trio received II, Landa Fairbanks, Jane Barslou and Vicki Koestler. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. was the accompanist and instructors were Mrs. Harold Grover and Mrs. Larry Coney. is the pick-up center for this area. FIRE DURING STORM The Kenneth Cooks had a fire in the fireplace to keep warm, on Friday Mrs. Cook discovered that wood around the fireplace was burning. There was no telephone service so neighbors helped her locate firemen who came and put out BROTHER-IN-LAW DIES Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman received a telephone call Tuesday, March 22 from her sister Hazel, Mrs. Harvey Gibbs in Minneapolis, telling her that her sister, Agnes' husband, George Prine, 65, died suddenly Tuesday at Pillager, Minn., where they operated the Prine Resort. He had planned to retire soon. No word has been received about the funeral. They had 14 inches of snow during the storm. WINS TV SET Mrs. Charles Lappe attended the hair dressers convention at Hotel Hanford in Mason City Sunday and Monday. She was voted Queen rf the fry and if ceived a doMft fed tarn Md also the dx»f TV wt* »UftT OFiHiffA % The Burt school elemental operetta will be presented Apr 20. • The General meeting W.S.C.S. will be held al Burt Methodist church with * spiritual bazaar and 9 a.m. Leitten breakfast Wednesday, April 6. Program, Mary Jeafl Andrews, Blanche Long, Stella Geesman and Lurena Soderberg, Special, Spiritual Life Committee; Hostesses are Beulah Day* is, Lorraine Cainpney, Blanche Long, Karen Davies, Janice Schaeller and Mary Jean drews. i On April 3 a District W.S.C.S, meeting will be held at Bather- ville. garet Lickteig and Sue Nelson from Wesley soloed.' Sunday dinner - and .supper guests at the home of Mrs. Florence Colwell and her brother Claude Fowler, Irvington, were, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell and Ray Hear V of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell and Mrs. Ethel Colwell, both of Algona. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fellin and sons Joe and Dail of Etn- metsburg, and Mrs. B. O. Davis, Irvington. Ronald Frankl, son of the Gerald Frankls, Irvington, visited Sunday at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Frankl of Ames. Mrs. Marie Frankl is visiting at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frankl at Minneapolis, Minn. Kenneth Roney and Merle Wellendorf went to Des Moines, Monday, where Merle had x- rays and tests at the Veteran's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lenz were visitors at the home of the Durwood Walkers Sunday. Jim, who was employed at the Irvington Co-op, elevator before he left ONLY 9 DAYS 'TIL THE EASTER PARADE! Look Your Best - See Us Today! We feature expert dry-cleaning and fast, dependable service. PHONE 295-3447 FOR FREE PICK-UP & DELIVERY ELK CLEANERS Algona, Iowa : THE ANSWER TO SWING FEVER? GIVE IN!!! SWING INTO A DAU'S GARAGE VALUE RATED USED CAR. NEVER BEFORE PRICES LIKE THESE! OLDSMOBILES 1964 FIESTA STATION WAGON, One Owner, Full Power, Air Conditioning, Electric Rear Tailgate. Brand new Premium Tires $2595.00 1962 "98" TOWN SEDAN, Full Power, Air Conditioning, Pristine Condition. Mist Green. Was $1750.00 NOW , $1650.00 2—1955 SUPER 88's. Take Your Pick — Both Run Fine! $150.00 NOW $1640.00 RAMBLERS 1962 AMBASSADOR 4 Door, Power Steering and Brakes, Radio, Bucket Seats. 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