Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 2, 1966
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q**^^ m*n »t m Mercy college, daf Rapid*, spent the weekend at home accompanied by classmates, Maggie O'Connelly, (Tog' Scharer, Jesup, and While the Juniors are busily making ready for the prom, the seniors have been working on the Class Will and Class Prophecy. These documents will be read at' the pre-Prom Banquet but; Will not be "printed in the year book. -Workers include Gail Fitzpatrick, Jean Maleug, Mark Conn, Phil Taylor, Greg Buchanan, Bill Farnham, Tom Fitzpatrick, Cheryl Rusk, Judy Thornsen, Jane Raney, Sue Moulton, and Barb Medin. —AHS— Congratulations to Phyllis Tales By SALLY BAY *Jk,m mm m m m m m m m m m First communion for 24 April 24 at St. Joseph' he Albert Thilgeses, was bap- ized in St. Josephs church Sun- lay by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Paula Thilges and James fiormann. Moulton who was elected District Secretary at the Student Council District Convention Thursday, April 28 in Rockford, Iowa. —AHS— Monday is Law Day at AHS. Seniors from all over the county will attend a mock murder trial, held in tiie auditorium Judge Hand from Emmetsburg will preside with jurors chosen from the students. \ —AHS—: Bulldog Relays were held Sat urday, April 30 at the school athletic field. The cheerleaders were in charge of the concession stand. —AHS— , Last Monday morning Sana Svedman, AHS's Exchange Student 'from Sweden spoke to the student body. Sana showed slides of her home, parents, and of Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, giving us a batter understanding of Swedish life. —AHS— College Board tests will !>• given Saturday, May 7 under the direction of the guidlance department. —AHS— Friday of this week many of the seniors will be traveling to the Iowa Stale University campus in Ames to attend the Vei- sha celebration. —AHS— SCORCH, AHS's literary publication, is beginning to take shape under the direction ol Cheryl Rusk, Marjo Pomplun Sally Bay; and Mr. Chiquet Publication will be in the mid die of May. St. Jo* — On Sunday, April 24 at 8 o'clock mass in St. Joseph's Catholic church, 24 made their First Holy Communion Rev. Leo C. Schumacher was celebrant. Acolytes were Donalc Erpeiding, James Illg, Michael Kohlhaas and Donald Zeimet Communicants were Marilyn daughter of the Vernon Bertes Cynthia, daughter of the How ard Bormanns; Dwight, son o: the Ralph Bormanns; William son of the John Capesiuses; Da mian, son of the Damain Cent grafs; Sandra, daughter of th Francis Erpeldings; Steven, son of the Harold fllgs; Susan, daughter of the Herman Illgs; Karla, daughter of the Cyril Kellners; Bruce, son of the Ralph Kohlhaases; Thomas, son of the Art Kohlhaases; Ann, daughter of 'the Andrew Kramers; Richard, son of the Henry L. Kuts- charas; Laurie, daughter of the Don Redings; Marcia, daughter of the Marvin Redings; Law- Dodge, former LuVerne test* detits left. Tuesday fof Mueftch- - - , Carol Tallman, Oelwein. Joel Albert Thilges, son of rence, son of the Lawrence Sch- iltzes; Helen, daughter of the Harold Thilgeses; Janet, daughter of the Paul Thilgeses; Lynnette, daughter of the Albert Thilgeses; Lori, daughter of the Richard G. Thuls; Allen, son of the Ray Zeimets; Steven, son. of the Art Zeimets; Betty, daugh ter of the Bernard Zellers, and Gary Zeller, son of the Alfred Zellers. Banns of marriage were pub- ished in St. Joseph's church Sunday for the first time for Donald Becker, St. Joseph's Parish, and Sandra Weber, Humboldt. The Arthur Clarks were visitors several days last week here at Maurice Reding's. Mrs. Cla•k, the former Arlene Bormann, s a sister of Mrs. Reding, daughters of the Frank Bor- manns, Davenport. The Clarks were enroute from Chicago, 111. to Kent, Wash., where they plan to make their home. Mr. Clark will be employed with Boeing Aircraft. Music Mothers, LuVerne, name new officers LuVerne — Music Mothers met Monday in the lunch rooms of the school with Mrs. Orville Hurlburt presiding, Barbara Siharman, music director, gave a program of music. Clarinet quartet, Teresa Pedersen, Diana Pergande, Bevery Nelson, Judy Jergensen. Flute trio, Jean Casey, Cindy Er- >elding and Beverly Calkins. Jrass octet, Dennis Marty, Dou;las Marty, Linda Wilhelm, Jen- MMIMMMtMMMMMM ; Geftiiany, to ViMt their daughter Betty, Chaplain and Mrs. Kenneth Wittenbufg. They plan to be gone two and t haft months and will go to HoiUttd the first week of May. Aftef June 9 tlie visitors and the Wittenburg family will go to &pliii and Portugal. The Wolfs will go to Europe by jet plane. They visited their daughter there in 1965. The Wolfs recently returned from the wintfefcv in Phoeni*, Arizs., where they have a mobile home. Another daugh* ter Barbara, the Jack Abshers, live at Phoenix. Postal savings baited; should be withdrawn Assistant Postmaster Hal Long urged depositors with postal savings certificates to withdraw accounts from post offices as soon as possible or as soon as the anniversary dates on their certificates are reached. The postal savings system was abolished March 27, 1968. No deposits can be accepted and Udyard Mfi« Btfl Mrs. ftatfel Johnson is the new bookkeeper at the Ternes Garage replacing Mrs. Harold Herzog who has been employed at the garage since August, SHOWER THURSDAY Sandra Weber was given a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall Thursday evening April 28. She is a daughter ol the Dale Websrs, Humboldt and .will be the bride of Donah BeckfeTj St. Joe, son'of the late George and Ida Becker. A May 14 wedding is planned. Swea Eagl Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mary Lou Wagner, daughter of the Orville Wagners, fresh nlfer Wilhelm, Rusty Brainerd, Curtis Barber, Danny Black, and Roger Pergande. Election of officers was held: President, Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg; first vice, Mrs. Cecil Pedersen; second vice, Mrs, Eu gene Casey; sec., Mrs. Bill Wic kett and treas., Mrs. Allen Bla ke. 1959. Mh. Herzog will continue her part time duties at the Ledyard Lumber Co. Mrs. Ehln Carpenter attended Mothers Weekend at Oak Hall at Ames. Her daughter, Ann, is a sophomore student there and was recently elected president of her dormitory. Milton Thompson called on lis mother, Mrs. George Thompson; one day this week anrbute on business to Albert Lea, Fairmont and points north for the company he works for as supervisor. Larry DeBoer, Ames, is stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. Larry a Second Lieutenant, left for the service April 4 and expects to be in Kentucky until the first part of June. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Alvey of Key West, Fla. were dinner guests at the John Steinberg hqme Thursday. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, Mrs. C. M. Sullivan and Mrs. Nott and Mrs. Worttiington *t<w returned Earth, Mr. and Mrs. John Dar to Lone Rock oft Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne of Armstrong visited at the John Steinberg home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Watte of Wells, Minn, visited with Mrs. Gladys Loucks and the 3arl Jorgensons Sunday after- toon, Mrs. Mildred Ternes received word Saturday of the birth of a daughter to the Wayne Ter- neses of Sauk Rapids, Minn, on April 22. She has been named Suzanne Kay and weighed 6 Ibs. 8 oz. at birth. She has one brother, Wayne is the assistant ma nager of the Woolworth Shopping Center at St. Cloud, Minn. The now baby is the twenty eighth grandchild for Mrs. Ter- nell, Mr. and Mrs, Duane Darnell arid Mr. and Mrs. Jon GU- bertson and Keri of Ledyard. The guests brought along the lunch. Thursday aftemotm Mrs. IPred Junkermeier and Mrs, George- Thompson were guests of Mrs. . MONDAY, MAY 2, ffM Hardt. fietty Herzog, spent the weekend at the; Wot* efttal Harold Herzog hoittd Mf. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and Cifldy visited there ott Sunday noon, HIM I Ml Ml* 11 «_j i no new accounts can be .opened | Greg of Algona surprised Mrs. William Bauman on her birth- ay. Mrs. Gelhaus was also a tinner .guest of the. Baumans as of April 28. Interest w.ill, (end on the anniversary date of each pprtifinat,p /* •'.' Chaperones named to accom pany the LuVerne high school band to Festival in Mason City June 14 are Mrs. Eugene Casey, Mrs. Leslie Calkins, Mrs. John Pergande. Band uniforms are to be turned in by June 18 for cleaning and storing. Music Mothers presented Barbara Sharman, bride-elect, with a gift of a'milk glass cake plate-. Mrs. Hurlburt served refreshments. certificate. All certificates held by a 'depositor may be cashed at, . thei same time and interest Will be paid for each full month they have been outstanding beyond three months from the interest date. The Postal Savings System was established Jan. 1, 1911, to get money out of hiding and to attract savings of immigrants accustomed to saving at post offices in their own county. Growth of banking facilities also are paying higher interest than the 2 percent paid on postal savings. Unpaid deposits remaining in the Post Office beyond June 30, GOING TO GERMANY The Charles L. Wolfs, Fort 1967, would be transferred to the treasury department in a trust fund available for pay ment without time limitation whenever proper claims are received. Teacher — Esther Mae Dunn Glenwood elementary teacheri was 'feted 1 by 'the" ' ' SilVfer 'City PTA in Silver City April 29 Miss Dunn will complete years of teaching at the end o the term this spring and has no intention of retiring as yet. Tuesday! Thursday Mrs. Murl Jorgen- on and Carol were at Lone lock to help Mrs. Lillian Wor- ihingtpn celebrate her 87th jirthday. On Friday, Mrs. Harey Olson, Hartlund, 111., Mrs. Dettloff, Hampshire, m., Urs. Helen Pearce, .Hampshire, III., Mrs. Bob Brickert, Eilleen and Donna of Big Rock, 111. and Mrs. Worthington spent the day at the Jorgenson home. Mrs. Ol son and 'Mrs. Worthington were ;uests of the Jorgensons unti Sunday morning when all the II Hnois visitors returned home nes. Saturday evening, April 16, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil were honored by their children at dinner at the Green Mill in Mason City in observance of the silver wedding anniversary which was on April 19. Attending besides the honorees were members of their family, Scott Keil, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Keil Minneapolis, Brent Keil, Rockford, 111., Mrs. Larry DeBoer, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kap- lengst of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. John Dvorak and Mark and Angela of Clutter, Iowa. Mrs. Chris Gelhaus was admitted to the Holy Family hospital in Estherville Friday. Robsrt Jorgenson was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Saturday. Saturday afternoon Mrs. George Thompson took the following ladies to Buffalo Center to visit with Mrs. Anna Togersen at the Timely Mission Nursing Home: Mrs. Fred Junkermeier, Mrs. Dot Welfare, Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mrs. Lena Warner and Mrs. Zilphy Hardt. Mrs. Gertrude Anderson of Blue Earth observed her 78th birthday Friday, April 22 and in honor of the occasion the members of her family were with her to help her celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson Sherry and Carol of Keister Mrs. Lillian. Ehlert of Bricelyn Mrs. Thelma Anderson, of Blue imiHiimiimn Dr. J.G. Glapsaddle DENTIST IS NOW OPEN FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE 295-2244 112 N. ThorinBtpn Algona, low* ;; •H-H 111111111111111111111111111111 i-H 1111 H-I IN DOWNTOWN ^ MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDINARY, ..yet inexpensive Ihe All Ni:W HOTEL mem .Such charming nx>nv.-, . «urh wonderful f ood . . . just perfect kx;iUon .ind u warm greeting on your arrival. Completely air i-onciLtiowd. . 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Mrs. Don Behnkendorf and Mrs. R. I. Underkofler showed the film. Joyce Hayden, County Health nurse, gave instructions on mouth to mouth resuscitation. She brought a plastic model for practice. Slides were shown. Tuesday guests at Tom Pres ton's last week were the Warren Barbers, Brainard, Adolph Questads and Emmet Treeses Armstrong, Mrs. Johnie Tobin was a guest of her daughter Marjorie Sunday at Morningside college Sioux City. BANCROFT HOME SOLO Bancroft — The Mary Guide residence here was sold recently with Mrs. Anna McCarthy purchasing the property. Possession will be taken May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Homer McCarthy are now living in the house. THOMAS FUNERAL OHAPEL FBNTON Experienced Embuliners and Funeral Directors , A ^^ RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE — •-» Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Our language may shock you entire-buying day. (Its straight talk.) 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