Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1966 · Page 4
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»»»>»»»*• By NEIL NURRE 4-AL60NA Mr. and Mri. R«lph Elb*H ked there Th* Garrigart Track Team traveled to Sioux City on, Sun- dft^, April 17, to attend the Diocesan.. Track Meet. Garrigan placed fourth in the meet with 25 team points. The two-mile re- l»y team placed second, the flllle relay and medley relay teams placed third and the 440 and 880 relay teams placed fourth. In individual events Bill Reding came in fourth in the 440 dash, Jerry McCarthy placid fourth in the mile run and Tom Wagner came in fifth in the high hurdles. — GHS— ' '..'.•'•" Garrigan held its annual Booster Club Banquet Wednesday, April 20. Main speaker for the program was Bernie Saggau, assistant secretary of the Iowa State High School Association. Toastmaster was Father James Supple who is in charge of the Neuman Center in Iowa City. The coaches were introduced and each presented awards to their athletes. : •-••"'•;- >.•.••- •.:<,•'.'•;; The Garrigan Varsity Chorus has a big weekend planned this weekend. Friday, April 22 they will travel to Milford for the State Music -Contest, Saturday they will sing at a Rotarian Banquet which will be held at Garrigan and on Sunday the chorus will sing at the CYO award day held at Storm Lake. — GHS — The Camera Club has purchased a new electronic flash with the money ;they raised holding a dance and ; running the coat check during the Diocesan basketball tournaments. v — GHS— The Junior Class is selling chances on a ten dollar bill to raise money for the Prom. The winner will be announced on Thursday, April 21. returned last Wednesday after almost two weeks in Dayton, Ohio with their son and family, Mr, and Mrs. Don Elbert, Ron filbert, twin brother of Don, £nd his family came frohi Washington, D.C. to spend four days with them, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson were visited from Tuesday until Thursday by his sister, Mrs. John Baird, Midland, Mich. Other recent guests were Mr. and Mrs. U. Sv Baxter, Ryan, who spent from Saturday until Tuesday with them. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Carlson are parents of a son, Jeffrey Paul, who was born at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge on April 7. He weighed 8 Ibs. 3Va oz. Pvt. Richard Thul arrived Friday night from Fort Leonard Wood for a 14 day furlough. Mrs. Joe Tschefter left today for Park Ridge, 111. to visit her son, Ron, until Wednesday. Jacquie Korbel will,return for a visit here %ith>her. EN 3 and Mrs. Thomas Macumber left Friday for their home in Waukegan, 111. He is attending school at Great Lakes Naval Station. Mrs. Forrest Twogobd left by plane Thursday evening for her home in Los Angeles, Calif., after a visit with her sister, Barbara Haggard. Nancy Cole and Pat Kenyon came from Mankato where they attend State College and visited from Thursday afternoon until Sunday with the Deims and the Kenyons. Mrs. Grant Dixon and son of Hinsdale, 111. left today (Monday) after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Priebe. ' ."• • • - , : • ' Mr. i>nd Mr*. Bill Wyatt returned home Thursday after a three week vacation. They visited their son and family, Wm. K.t Wyatt. AZ1 at 'Virginia Beach, Va. He has completed 18 years service in the navy. While there they went on several, sightseeing trips- into- North' Carolina and viewed two of our largest aircraft carriers, the Independence and Forrestal, which doc- They travel- • ••MftaaAitaeeeaeaeaeaei SERVICEMEN. ed through the Newport News tunnel, just reconitly opened, which runs under Chesapeake Bay, they returned to Algona last weekend to display their rock collection at the Sportafa* ma; Monday morning they traveled to Colo to visit his mother, Mrs. Anna Wyatt, and also visited at Ottumwa and Brighten, their former home. Mr. Wyatt is custodian of .Call State Park. Three pastors trade pulpits for services Three different church denominations had an exchange of ministers in their pUlpits last Sunday. Rev. Frank flarcey of the First Congregational church replaced Father Milb Dailey at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Rev. Merlin Da vies''had the service at the Congregational church and Father Dailey was at Good Hope Methodist; church. There are seven chiirch denominations which have been discussing church union on a national level. The group recommended pulpit exchanges as a means of increasing good will among the different .churches. Last year was the first time the idea had been tried. It was successful so the same three churches had the exchange again yesterday. The denominations which have been involved in the proposed church union are African Methodist Episcopal, Congregational, Disciples of Christ, Episcopal, Evangelical and . United Brethren, Methodist, and Presbyterian. 60th — Mr. and Mrs: John E. Benda, Tama, observed their 60th wedding arihiyersary on Sunday, April 17th with an open house that afternoon. the modern way to heat your home is electric heat Today more than 1 1 /2 million Americans enjoy the modern wonders of electric home heat ... the best way to heat your home. Ask you electrical contractor for facts on modern electric heat or asK.,. lona Municipal Utilities RONALD ft, MULLER Seaman Apprentice Ronald H, Muller is on a six-months cruise of the Mediterranean and has written his parents thfe Ray MUl- lers of landings and liberty ports at Touloti, France; Rota, and Palma, Spain; Santa Mohga, Corsica; Trieste and Naples, Italy; Yugoslavia, and was in Corfu, Greece. Turkey was ne?it He entered the navy; Oct. 19, 1965 and completed tioot training at Great Lakes, 111. He was sent to Uttle Creek, Norfolk; Va. aboard the U.S.S. Cas4 Grande, L.S.D. 13, Dec. 28. He left oh :the cruise Feb. 7. He is now scheduled to return to his navy base at. Norfolk Aug. .7. He is a graduate of the Algona high school in 1964 and was formerly employed at Weiden- hoff. • ROBERT J. BATT Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. (AH- TNC — Army Platoon Sergeant Robert J. Batt, 35, son of the William F. Batts, Hurt, was graduated from the drill, sergeant school here April 16. He attended the school with other noncommissioned : officers selected for positions as ! instructors in basic combat training Units. Sergeant Batt is now authorized to wear the Army campaign , hat— the distinctive mark of the, drill sergeant: A 1950 graduate of Burt high school, he attended Upper Iowa University .in Fayette before entering the,..army in October 1956. : , ; i »»•»•«*«»»«•»»«»«»«»•»»• Cot with Mrs. Harry L. Maw Cindy Bilbrey of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Unger and family of Forest City visited Sunday with Mrs. Fred Yates. • . ,'.-.'.:'•;.•''' Mr. and Mrs. Art Kraft and daughter, of Renwick visited Sat-' urday with her mother,.Mrs. Addie Hamm. Mary Will of Mankato, .Minn,, spent the weekend with, her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mrs. Viola Brown was; a; Sunday dinner guest- of ; Rey>' and Mrs. Disch. , Mr. .and Mrs. Chris Pedersen Of Humboldtvisited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and ( Mrs. Elmer Marr. Mrs. Viola' Brown was a afternoon caller; Mrs. Vic Fisher" and infant daughter returned to their, home on Friday from St. Ann's hospital in,Algona. , Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock spent the weekend with their daughter and family, Mrs. Don Dunfee, and their son Lloyd Babcock. Mike Williams and Bill Youn,- gwirth who attend Mason City Junior College spent the weekend with their pprents. Adrian DeWaard spent a few days in Rochester, Minn, at the clinic. ; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt, Mrs. Ethel Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Livingston and family, Mr. and-Mrs, Elmer Livingston arid familyy Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and family were Sunday -dinner guests at the Arthur Livingston home in honor of Mrs. Morris's birthday. Fred,Yates is a patient at the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Betty Umsbee, mother of Harvey Hankin, is a patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs, William Robinson and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. They were enroute to Ackley, la. where Mr. Robinson will be employed with the Wayne Feed Co. They have been living in Scottsdale, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Scott returned to their home after a three month vacation in California and Arizona., Enroute home they visited thejy daughter and family, Mrs. W- A. Goddard in Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Robert Whitehurst of Omaha, Neb. spent a week with her parents, Mr. and ; MM,tWil- liam Slotefl ; .? ; Mf, and Mrs. William Ertttrrfln \vere Monday night supper guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Plot- cher neat Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald of Fort Dodge ^peni.th^ weekend with her parents, Mf. arid Mrs; Albert Fish. Mr* and Mrs. 'Leo Frank! of Algpna, Cindy Bilbrey df Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs, Earl Gjersted were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mae Higgle in honor of the birthday of Mi's. Gjersted. Mrs. Ethel Beer visited Sunday with her sistef and hv& band, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Brick- sen in Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillip 6f Stewardviile, Minn, were Suh« day guests and overnight guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleih- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will of Des Moines were, Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman visited Sunday evening with his sister, Mrs. Emma OJdey. Mrs. Jim Murray of Ames arid Mrs. E. E. Mason of Early visited Thursday With their sister and husband, Mr. and Mi's. William Erdman. • , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, and Mrs. Elsie Oxley wer.e Simday night supper guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley. Mr. and Mrs; Clarence Jurgensen visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell in Britt. Mr. .and Mrsi Kenneth Wagner an#' faniily were Sunday dinner guests at the, home of the Wilbur Merriam's. . A shower was held Friday evening at the Bill Fett home in honor of Dianne Kuhlmann, who will become the bride of Skip Fish on May 7. , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald of Fort Dodge, Charlene Soren sen, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fett and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marks and girls were Satr urd'ay visitors at the Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Williams of Deerfield Beach, Fla. visited Saturday evening at the Carrol Cram home. Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Carrol Cram shorne were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Morris and family and •Mrs. C. E. Cram of Lohrville, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram. ! Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel attended the 50th wedding an- iniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emil 'E'ggepth Sunday, afternoon at tVentura. ~ ° • • •"•'••- • •" T .--••< ', Several attended the Vacation Church School Institute at Garner on Tuesday! ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, Mr. arid Mrs. Jim Mullin and family, 'Mrs. ,William Shipman and girls visited Sunday after; noon and evening at the John Mullin home. Several ladies of the Methodist church attended the District Woman's Society meeting at Britt on Friday. . Mr. and Mrs, George Gaskill, Mr. and Mrs, Thurman Gaskill and Beth Ann were Sunday dinner guests at the R. L., Haus wirth home in Eagle Grove, Carrol Cram and Waif Waltman attended a horse sale at Waverly on Thursday. ; .Mo-s. Roger Rushing of Davenport spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ezarski. Carla Ezarski of Mason City was a Saturday visitor, Mr, ^nd Mrs. Cecil Glawe and family attended a family dinner Sunday at the Luther Nygaard home jn Wesley. Others present were, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs, Berdine Nygaard of Bode, Ray Nygaard, Virgil Smith and Mr. and Mrs, Mert Sawyer and family of Livermore, The Thursday club met with Mrs. Carrol Cram with Mrs. Waif Waltman assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanHelton and family visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Alice Williamsen at a nursing home in Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel, Mrs. Earl Wilhite and Jim and Mrs. Bernice Oxley attended the annual Fellowship meeting of the Iowa Assn's. of Regular Baptist churches at Newton on Wednesday. Rev, and Mrs. Walter Djsch and family attended the annual Fellowship meeting of the Jow$ Ass'n. at Newton, Tuesday thr- ough Thursday, and also visited her parent* It R*&SoMr._l Mrs. Abbie Bush apefit Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Al «BJV*!L ..A ..i _iTir.,**' • tfcWA .T-i* ... j, i .11 / * . K, r.&tra MfSi' vil "M6OT6 i Humboldt etitertained the following to • 500 card patty Saturday evening; Mr, and Mrs. Robwt Skelley, Mr. and Mrs, Ptul VinMelton, Mr, And Mrs, Elwood Geary. . Mr; and Mrs, Ben Krebd, Mr. and Mrs. Don Potge, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner «tid Mr. and Mrs, Charpel Hauswlrth. . ; Mr. and Mrs. MetUn Trauger and family of Rothville, Mo. visited Saturday at the Carrol Drain honic. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs. attended the funeral of her uncle George McCuteheon at Goldfield; on Monday. Mrs. Milton Galloway,, Rex, Ann and Melody of Fresno. Calif., former residents, visited with relatives and Mends. A daughter was born Tuesday, April 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Vic Fisher at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She weighed 5 Ibs., 5 oz. and named Lisa Lyn. Mrs. Albert Fish and , Mrs. Jack Niewald of Fort Dodge vis ited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Wilma Coleman in Algona Ten ladies attended the W.S. C.S. at the Methodist church in Britt on Friday afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Welter, Mrs.. Perrie DeGroote, Miss Elizabeth and Mrs. Ethel Beer attended the Hospital Auxiliary at the Hancock Memorial hospital in Britt;on Friday afternoon. ; ^ Mike Geary spent Saturday and Sunday with •Boydi McCullough at the Oral McCullough home in Forest City... Mike Geary and Priscilia Scheffleman spent the weekend with Boyd and Melissa McCullough in Forest City. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, Mike Williams anc Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary anc Pam and .Bruce McCullough of Fort Dodge. ! 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