Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1966 · Page 2
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It' I f : . i —ALfidNA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY APRIL 4, 1966 Jean Steven of Jiirt to wed in Indiana Burt Invitations have been received i; to! the wteddihg of Jean Steven, daiignter Of Mr. arid Mrs. J...P. Steven, who will marry John Masion, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mason of New Carlisle, Ind. The wedding will be held April 16 at the First Methodist church in Ne\y Carlisle, Ihd., followed by a reception in the church parlors. Jean is file cleric at Tucker Freight Lines in South Bend, Ind. John Mason manages a printing pffice owned by him and his father in New Carlisle, Ind. WSCS TO MEET The General meeting of the W.S.C.S. will be held Wednesday, Apr. 6 at 9 a.m. with a Spiritual bazaar and Lenten breakfast at Burt Methodist church. In the afternoon at 1:30 p.m. the organization meeting of the new Circles will be held. Those I in the Shirley Circle are Mildred Larson, Marie Parsons, Mayrne Fitch, Edna Smith, Irma Doege, Jenny Riebhoff, Mary Jean Andrews, Stella Geesman, Lottie Iseriberger, Lurena Soderberg, Phyllis Wiener, Pearl Button, Ethel Smith, Ella Sigsbee, Mary Gebken, Beth Miller, Elizabeth Kennedy, Hazel Larson, Marion Westling, Hazel Teeter, Vera Schwietert, Lillian Heerdt, Harriett Black and Shirley Lovstad. In the Janice Circle are Ruby Hinckley, Esther Hilton, Minerva Curtis, Marlene Davis, Wari- talee Hawcott, Dorothy Johnston, Louise McFarland, Benita Mitchell, Florence Spear,. Genaveve Spry, Barbara Harms, Ger- the Swca City and Titonka Girl Scouts. Kossuth Chapter <; No. 201 O.E.S. served .the Clttest Night dinner MaihcH .21. fOr rmembers df the Masonic Lodged llie speaker for v the everting was La Verne Clary* '$ Wavefly. The W.S:C^. Exectitive boa* rd meetings 6f past, officers and also nevv Officers were held at the Burt Metjfodist church Wednesday, March 30. Mrs. Clinton Waltmah, Opal Waltman and Mrs. Etta Holdren visited Mrs, Nettie Felkey in Armstrong Thursday, March 31. The District W.S.C.S. meeting will be held at Estherville on April 13. The Officers Training School for W.S.C.S. officers will be held April 19 at Swea City. The cOUttty'meeting of Federated Women's Clubs will be held April 11 at Titonka. The Fortnightly Club met Friday, April 1 at the home of Thecla Christensen. The Circles of the Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday, April 6. Circle A hostess, Mrs, Axel Carlson, devotions), Mrs. Harold Becker, program, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Circle B hostess, Mrs. Delmar Angus devotions, Mrs. Chas. Scott, program, Mrs. Harold Andreason Circle C hostess, Mrs. J. R Thompson, devotions, Mrs. Da le Dundas, program, Mrs. Leo hard Stenzel. The Mariners Club invited young folks of other churches to an evening of fun, song, and Bear Facts Twin Rivers honor roll is released By NEIL NURRE Monday, March 21, Garrigan was entertained by the Loras College choir of Dubuque. The songs consisted -of folk, festive and religious songs. Coach Riti and Coach Puetr and nine members of the Garrigan track team attended the state indoor track meet in Iowa City on Saturday, March 26. The following attended: Jerry McCarthy, Bill Obrecht, Kevin O'Brien, Bob Schmitt, Bob Bes- tenlehner, Dave McCarthy, Neil Nurre, Tom Black, and Jim Berger. Tliey participated in the mile and two mile relays, the open half, the open quarter and open mile. —GHS— Report cards woro givon on Monday to the students by their lome room teachers. trude Ackerman Schaeller. and Janice In the Gladys Circle are Lorena Roark, Jessie Rash, Marilyn Johnson, Cora O'Keefe, Lydia Manus, Blanche Long, Helen Vogel, Genevieve Graham, Rowena Ryerson, Burnadine Opheim, Ivy Simmons, Myrtle Zwiefel, Lorraine Campney, Mary Sarchet, Lulu Hawcott, Mary Baer, Leona Lovstad; Etta Holdren, Edith Chipman, Mabel Campney , Beulah Davis , Lef ie McMullen, Alice Cole and . Gladys Hawcott. :. , . The Executive Board voted to abolish -the non Circle classification so more names will be added to the other circles as soon as they are contacted. AUXILIARY TO MEET Regular joint meeting of American Legion and Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, April 5 in the Legion Hall. Hostesses will be Myrtle Zwiefel and Dorine Pettis. Members are asked to bring their 1966 Golden Mike Ballots which are found in the National News for February and also the Junior Jury ballot in April issue. These ballots must be sent to Department Radio, TV Chairman before May 1. WIN BLUE RIBBON Boy Scout Troop No, 48 won a blue ribbon on their display on Merit Badges at the Spring district scouting exposition held Saturday at Swea City. Attending from here were Scoutmaster Harley, Troutman Jr., scouts Mark Cranston, Bob De vine, John Chipman, Charles Schrader, Jeff Miller, Craig Giddings, and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Giddings. LADIES AID The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet Thursday, April 7. Hostesses are June Bierstedt, Lois Scheer and Lana Abbas. Market Basket, Geneva Rusher, Viola Dae- ken and June Presthus. Topic, Missionary Lutz. Tour, Group IV in charge. BABY DIES Mark Andrew, two week old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith died at Park Hospital in Mason City. Funeral services were held last Tuesday at Hampton. Mrs. Henry Smith spent several days with her son Vernon and family and returned home Friday. SCHOOL VACATION School at Burt Community school will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. April 7 for Easter vacation. School resumes April 12. L.W-M.L. Spring Rally will be held April 27 at Swea City. Pastor Spfeeer has received a pastoral caJJ from Wisconsin PeUs, Wise. His decision will he made piAblk on April U *l the regular voters meeting. Brownie* 494 Junior fellowship Sunday evening, April 3. The W. W. Boettchers returned last week from several weeks in Florida. The U & I Circle will meet a day late on Wednesday, Apr. 13 at the home of Ruth Patterson because of the extension lesson on the regular date Tuesday; April 12. Roll Call is a flower and bulb exchange. The Past Matrons Club O.E.S. will meet Thursday, April 14 with hostesses Mary Jane Dugan and Mabeline Lovstad. Roll Call, Bible verse. Program, Lil- h'e Fredfickson and Mabeline Lovstad. ; Medal — Army Capt. Clyde E. Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs John E: Meyer, Stanley, was giv en the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service in Vietnam at Fort Sill, Okla. last month Captain Meyer is a graduate of Walker high school and a graduate of Iowa State University in Ames. AT THE ADVANCE EXPERT PRINTING .. /..•• —GHS— -. .-..:. Father Zemari and several trays from Garrigan visited Letas College over the weekend. Father Boes also took several boys to St. Benedict's College in Kansas. —GHS— Monday night, March 28 Garrigan held its annual recital. There was a : good turnout for the delightful program which consisted of piano and voice solos and several numbers by the freshmen girls and the varsity chorus. —GHS— Tuesday night the coaches of Garrigan attended a Diocesan Coaches meeting in Pocahontas. EMPLOYED O'HARE Tom Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Elbert of Whittemore and a graduate of Garrigan high school, recently completed his course at Gale Institute in Minneapolis and is now employed iby Continental Airlines at O'Hare Field in Chicago as a customer service agent. The third quarter honor roll for Twin Rivers high school was released this week, , Two students, freshman Chris Hoyt and senior Bob Roethler, received straight "A's", Others oh the honor roll are as follows: Freshmen — Elaine Sorlien, Becky. Aure,. Alice Eastman, Marlys Kemna, Lorrie Wendt, Marsha Hacker, Valerie Monson, Roger Oppedahl, Allen Pflibsehj Russell Thompson, Julie Ver Steeg and Mary Wilson. Sophomores — Doug Logue Kathy Jacobson, Linda Vosberg Jan Bjordal, Steve Bergum Nancy Eisertbarth, Marge Thorn pson and Jeanette Evenson. Juniors — David Hoyt, Richard Zeimet, Geri Vedvik, Carlene Hanson, Celeste Ehrhardt, Carol Fiderlick, Roberta Holland, Ruth Bakken, Jim Collins and Trudy Rossing. Seniors — Virginia Kemna, Joyce Morey, Ed Miller, Liz Wickre, Bob Cooper, Cheryl Heggen, Meg Holmes, Nerland Jacobson, Jerry Johnson, Peggy Olson, Laverna Klein, Joan Madsen and Terry Nelson. visited Sunday with Mrs. Tina liggle in Crystal Lake and at the Clifford Riggle hoffle in For- tcity... ' x ; \ •••-• ?•:,-••; ;. Mr. and Mfsv Cflfrol Cftm fe* turned to their Hotne Jftef & Visit with theirVson atid'fimily f Weston Cram at Colorado Springs, Colo. Randy Opheim of Mason City spent the weekend with Kertnit Cram. Mr. and Mrs. Perkin and family, and Mr. and Mrs.'Wilmer Tabb and family spent Sunday at the Ronnie Perkin hohle in Swaledale.' Mrs. Oral McCullough of Forest City visited Corwith friends on Monday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Glawe returned home after spending the winter in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and Teri of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and ••..Mrs. Harry L. Maw. oft\Stiftday Mfl. Ffttki's Mr. land Mrs. Harold Fatka afld Mijs. Emma Oxiey, attended St. Paizl's Lutheran ehUfcH ill Masdft fC so viiiti< ter. Miss AHa Boiikef, Mary' Will of Mankato< Minn., Mick W!ilt of Waverly and Barbara Riiprick of Forest City visited ovfa the weekend at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. fevelytn Dawson, who is employed in Fort Dodge, spertt the weekend at the home of her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Lef Dawson. Mf, imd Mrs. John Daniel Sr. visited iFriday and Friday night with hli sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Goranson in Clear Lake. Mrs. IHelen Studer, Mrs. Ethel Halliigan, and Mrs. Ethel Mor ris visited Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Thronbijry. f ant daughter returned to their home from thr Hancock Mew His car hospital lrt\Brttt. Mr, iftd ,lfei/ Oscar and family fetufned W home after a thf «e week trip to Hawaii to visit her parents. Richard Yoiihgwirth opened a coin operated Wash in the former Cox>p. Ele vator and inside, the former office he has installed a jUm box, pool table, pih ball mlchine and a pop machine. Jack Shipman has been released from the Veterans hospital in Des Moirtfes. Ed Ffey underwent surgery at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt. ',-•. Lindft Simpson of Wesley spent a few days with Djafifc Wilhite at the Cecil Wilhlte home, Mr; and Mrs. Elwopd Geary knd family and Mr. and Mrs. night supper guests at the My^ fofi Crani hdme. „ Aaroft Johnson, son^ of, the Jiffl Johnsons, i« « a patieht at the Hancock Memorial Hospital in •• Mrs. i Howard Mullin and in-George GUenther Were Friday Mr. and ' : Ml»i Kenneth Wagn«N' and family and Mr. and Mrs. 'Norman Chambers and family visited at the Wayne Smith home in Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. Carl Long S^f. passed away oil Monday at the HaHcock Memorial hospital in Britt. ^Furtfefal was on Wednesday at the Blake FUfteral Home, Corwith with ReV 1 . Frank Considine, pastor of the Methodist church officia- ' ' Carl Long Sr. is a patient at ^ Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt ,. '.' ' Mr. and Mrs. John Evans and Ruth of Dows visited Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Frank Considine. ^ SERVICEMEN LARRY c. CUMMINGS Chu Lai, Vietnam (FHTNC) M March 18 — Hospital Corpsman Second Class Larry C. Cum- _ mings, USN, son of Mrs. B. K. g Bahnson of Burt, is serving in the Chu Lai sector of Vietnam with Company "C" of the 3rd Tank Battalion, a supporting unit of the 3rd Marine Division. He participates in patrols and employs the powerful 90mm cannon as a direct fire weapon or as artillery against the insurgent Viet Cong. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw »•»»«•»»••»»•»»»*»»««»»• Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle in Md ft» Reg. 65c Size Alka-Seltzer 25's Reg. 69c Size Bufferin 36's Reg. 98c Size Listerine 14 oz. . 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