Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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Action during "Af ocfc TV/of t~AltONA flew.) ABVANCI THUR»OAY,MAY*, 52 Ktsntli cooks attend state meeting 52 Kossuth County school lunch cooks attended the State School Food Service Association Convention held in the Veterans Auditorium in DCS Moines April 29 and 30. Workshops were held on. steam cookery, labor saving devices, baking and food mixers. Exhibitors displayed lunchroom equipment. They toured the DCS Moines Art Center and two school lunch kitchens in Des Moines. Speakers gave information concerning the proposed cuts in the Federal appropriations for the school lunch and specia milk programs and how the cuts THE JURY, lawyers, principals and judge in the "Mock Murder Trial" during Law Day last Monday at the Kossuth courthouse are captured during the trial by Advance cameraman Mike Stillman. Shown seated center at table are local attorneys: defendant Louis Nitchals and Harold McNertney at left and "Bing" MacDonald and RUss Buchanan at right. On the stand is H. F. Fristedt while Judge Joseph Hand is on the bench. The jury was composed of students from the various Kossuth schools who participated in the event, Incidentally, the jury ended up "hung" with a vote of 10-2 for conviction but the two dissenters held but. nitfit atrtatt titeie pro*»m* wort y*tr. Vnlen ftdefil appropriation* ire ifi&tittd, It is ptobftfafe that h«rt year chil* dreii will have to p»y more for unchea. The School Food Service A* sedation adopted .a resolution protesting the proposed budget cut and sent it to President Johnson, Iowa's Senators and Representatives and the Sec'y. of Agriculture, Pollot ehsek minor aooidtnt A minor accident involving cars from Bancroft and Whittemore was investigated by city police at State and Harlan streets Sunday. A car driven by William Vogel, Bancroft, had stopped at a stop sign 'and was struck from the rear by a car driven by James L. Johnson Whittemore. The Vogel machine had $25 in damage and the Johnson car $50. No charges were filed. Farrell sworn in as acting Postmaster A 33*y<*af old Algeria businessman, Edward Farrell, was sworn In as acting postmaster Friday. Announcement was made of Far* rell's appointment to the post several weeks ago in the Ad- He is a native of Whittemore and has been manager of the Sherwin-Williams paint store here since 1958. He is also past commander of the Hagg-Turner American Legion post. A postal service representative came here for the swearing* in, Farrell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy B. Farrell, now oi Charles City. He served in the Navy from 1950 to 1954 and attended the A. I. B. school in Des Moines before coming here, His wife is the former Dar* lene Speth of Algona and the couple hive six children, from ages two to 12. Hal Long will continue as assistant postmaster, a post he had prior to the death of Postmaster Wade Sullivan. I •''':' ON COLLIOI COURT Timothy Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dailey of Algona, is a member of the men's primary court at Grinnell college it was announced this week. , MEETING MAY 10 The Kossuth county units of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their quarterly meeting on Tuesday, May 10, 2 p.m., at the Legion hall in Lakota. SHOWER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE A miscellaneous shower was given Monday evening at the Methodist church for Janie Korbel of near Chicago, 111., whose engagement and approaching lharriage to Ronald Tschetter has been announced. He is the son of Mrs. Thelma Tschetter and the late Joe Tsehetter. Hostesses were Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. R. M. Phillips and Mrs. Cecil Will. Fifty-seven guests were present ihd the time was spent socially. .The couple will be at home near Chicago. LODGE INSPECTION 5 The Degree of Honor Lodge tnet in the Izaak Walton hall on Monday evening for annual inspection. Mrs. Beulah Williams, state director, Red Oak, was in Structpr. The 'I members gave the ritualistic form of regular lodge. Mrs. Williams presented 25-year pins to three members, Margaret Brayton, Thressa Spongberg, and Wilma Strayer. The lodge also gave a drill and sang. Lunch was served by Bea Baldwin and Joan Baas. Engaged 11, 2 p.m. at the Joe Buscher home. Sally Bay, Algona high school student who studied in Spain last summer; will be a guest. ; ; ' : : : *: , •: : ; I; :; - . CRAZY 8 CLUB MEETS The Crazy 8 club met last Monday evening with the W. C. Taylors honoring the Dr. Amun- sons who had just returned from Brownsville, Tex. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETS Members of St. Ann Auxiliary met, at the Country Club for a luncheon Monday noon. "KNIT AND SEW" MEETING Mrs. Effie Teeter entertained the "Knit and Sew" club Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs! Lloyd Wellendorf was hostess to her bridge club Wed- aesday afternoon. BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN Mrs. Tom Verhuel gave a kitchen shower Saturday afternoon for Mary Lea Reinger, of Bancroft, whose approaching marriage to. Eugene Flaig has been announced. Those in attendance were Mrs. William Degen, of Whittemore, Mrs. Douglas Meyer, Mrs. LeRoy Christiansen, Mrs. Mary Flaig, Mrs. Joe Bradley, Mrs. Ivan Parrott, Mrs. Ho- liier Klein, Mrs. Harlan Harris, Mrs. John Harris and Mrs. J. C. Everds. BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs, Gilbert Hargreaves entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kunzman, Craig, Connie and Rickie, of Everly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, of Mason City, Melvin Rieken, Geraldine Ballew, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGinnis, Suzanne, Michael Janelle and Jeffrey, Mr. am Mrs. Ralph Elbert and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hargreaves. ATTEND FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were at Alden Sunday where a family dinner was given in hon or of Mrs. Steven's 85th birth day. Present were the hosts Mir and Mrs. Everett Hogdin, Mr and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mr and Mrs. Robert Geis, of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and three grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. James Steven and infant, and. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. AT CONVENTION Friday eyening several local members attended the Royal Neighbor annual spring cQnveij- tion at the Garston hotel at Es- thervUle. The local group helped with- the init&tiQfl. Attending were Myra Ostrum, Elizabeth Post, Bertha Spear, Carol Ao> atas and Bernetas Lynk. BIRTHDAY CLUB HOSTESS MRS. ELIZABETH Seller, Al gona, -announces the engagement af her daughter, Karen Ann, to Larry Fogarty,. son of Mrs. Joe Fogarty, West Bend. An August 20th weddirtg is planned. The bride-elect is a 1960 graduate of Algona high school and is presently employed at Weidenhoff Corporation'. Her fiance it a 1959 West Bend high school graduate and is engaged in farming. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Esther Helberg was hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs.'Ted Herbst entertained their "Couples Club" Saturday evening. Boekelman rates high nationally on Latin exam Timothy Boekelman scored 115 out of a possible 120 in the nationwide Latin exam administered at Garrigan last March 16, according to word just received. This entitles Timothy to a bronze medal as well as an achievement certificate, Summa cum Laude, and this will count toward the school's winning a trophy. Other high scorers from Gar- 1 rigan were: Eminent Merit, Maxima cum Laude, for: Bonila Dahlhauser and Darrell LqnJ- joh; Superior Merit, Magna cum Laude, for: Mary Becker, Mary Ann Eischen, Ruth Neppl, and Janice Thul; Honorable Merit, cum Laude, for: James Becker* Shirley Becker, Ronald Besch; Rebecca Bormann, Paula Deafens, Marcia . Hinken. Rag , Ann \ollascli, Margaret BRIDGE CLUB MEETS The "Idle Houif bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ray Potter. Lu Verne Fern Bigings Mrs. Roii» Hardcopf return ed Monday' from Fort Dodge She had been convalescing at the home of her daughter, the Guy Andres. She had major surgery at Mercy hospital ear lier. Jacqueline Miller, Mark Muehe;: Darlene Plathe, Mary Kay Mil' er, Patricia Scherer, James Schmitt, Pamela Simons, and Mit chael Studer. / Garrigari's average score |iq£ first semester (first year) Latitj was 77.55 while that for third semester (Latin II) was 86.84, very well above the national median which was 43 and 44 respectively. Last year Garrigan had three medalists, hence received a trophy. The three medal winners can be achieved either in consecutive years or all in the same year. Last year's winners were James Becker, Bonita Dahlhauser, and Mary Dorweiler. IDEAL FOR MOM Graduates Carol Arndorfer recently graduated from the Professional Business Institute in Minneapolis as a medical dental assistant-receptionist and has accepted a position in a dental office in Milwaukee, Wis. She is the daughter of the Clarence Arndorfer's, Algona. FAREWELL COFFEE Mrs, Milton Norton gave a coffee. Saturday morning, a farewell for Mrs., Nell McCaU who Mrs. Nette entertained her birtiMjay club fflpn^ay at a dessert honoring the anniversary of Mrs. Charies LaBarre, CWper jnembers are Mrs. Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. M WolcQit Mjs. sister, Mrs, Berniee of Vision, was also present. , gone to Omaha, Neb. to make her home in an apartment in the home of her daughter Mrs. James Griffith. HOMEMAKERS MEET Union Township Homemakers met at the home of Mrs. Walter Heerdt April 28. Mrs. Ed Hackbarth assisted. Mrs. John Rich and Mrs. Marguerite Gardner presented the extension lesson, .Cooking for One or Two. HOSTS P.E.O. SISTERHOOD Mrs. Jack Chriscnilles was hostess to the P.E.O. Sisterhood Wednesday afternoon and was assjlste4 by Mrs. R. M. Phillips. CLUi TO MEET The Cresco Mother-Daughter club will meet Wednesday, May IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAY! 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