Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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iff- 1 "- plan their annual spring 'riday evening, May 20 Park, weather providing. --AHS— Thursday morninf, May Tale; By SALLY BAY Girl* who will be helping Miss Zumach restore text arid Ibrary books this summer include Debbie Laws, Debbie Sabin, Judy Sccbba, Niki Wegner, Miriam Franco, Debbie Kelley, Jane Fraser, Linda Martin; Sue Samp, and Connie Schultz. The girls will begin working June 6. —AHS— Monday, May 16, students running for Student Council offices will present their campaign speeches before the student body. Running for President are Barb Knudsen, Rodger Johnson, and Rich Black; Vice Presidential candidates are the same—the Vice President will be the candidate with the second highest total of votes; secretary candidates include Connie Darbyshire, Phyllis Moulton, and Sue Dodds; bidding for treasurr er are Clint Young, Roger Men< neke, and Jeff Allen. --AHS— Monday evening the member* of the National Honor Society will/meet in Gall Park for a picnic supper. The club is under the sponsorship of Mrs. . ',"' ',. —AHS—' " • The annual Spring Vocal 'Con* cert Wednesday evening, May 18, at eight p.m. will feature many senior Vocalists/Lyric Girls Chorus, Band Girls Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Symphonettes as well as special numbers compose the program. The choruses are under the 'direction of Mr; Georg with accompanists; Sally Bay land Marilyn Paetz. Soloists in mixed 'chorus, numbers include Bob Bradford, Brad Kraft and Sheii Baker, ' : -., ,'. •• ' • • the tiign School Concert Band performed at Garrigan. Wednesday, May 10, Gartigati's mixed choir sang for our student body as a facet of the cultural exchange program between our schools. __AttS— Thll Is the last full week of classes for 104 seniors at AHS. Finals for them Will begin on Friday. Underclassmen have finals beginning on Friday, May 27. Monday, May 30 is Memorial Day and no classes will meet. Sunday evening is Baccalaureate with graduation on Tuesday, May 31. Dr. Glenn Leggett, President of Grinnell college, is the Commencement speaker. ' ' •' — AHS— ' ""• Get Well Wishes ere extended from us at AHS to senior Linn Taylor currently hospitalized in University hospital in Iowa City. —-AHS— Sigh e relief you substitute- teacher-weary AHS students— one substitute, better' known to everybody as "Sandy" has returned to terrorize students in Florida. : , at Can lTiitf^y7MayT2."tlic8ftld, who Uvefe i<l Costa Rica, Spoke t£ many clashes—irt the Vets—completely in Best wishes, Rich! eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»e»«4 12* Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth BreMi Swea Precinct Republican caucus was held at Glen Clark's May 2, Glen Clark was elected chairman and Mrs. Laurel Peterson was named secretary Commltteeman Laurel Peterson and committeewoman Mrs. William Thompson were chosen Delegates to the county cotiveti' tion in Algona May 20 are Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson. Lunch was served by Mrs. Clark. Randall Edwin, son of the Ed- . . Student Council , member* . AHS Spanish classes were privileged, to have Ricardo, Cor- rAles, Swea City's AFS Excha- win Frerichs, was baptized'Sun?, day at Immanuel Evangelical church at Gruver. Sponsors were the Lloyd Steffens, Okabena. The Steffens were guests, of the Frerichs. The Allen PeteiV sons; St. Paul* were Saturday guests. At Mervin Johnson's Mother's Day were the Cecil Godfr«Sd- sons, Humbbidt, Clifford Parish, ies, Louisville, Ky., and Harold vranfecS. During the weekend at Nels jodfredson's, guests were the 2ecil QodfredsonS, Humboldt, Ben Wibbens, Algona, and CHf" ford Parishes, Louisville, Ky. The Parishes spent last week visiting her sister, the Cecil God- fredsons. , Tiie .terry Ericksons had as guests Sunday the Walter Mag- nusens and Julius Ericksons, The Walter Magnusens attended the funeral of August Olson Sunday at the East Chain Lutheran church. The Don Geerdes family were Sunday guests at Martin Geer des's. The Arthur W. Larsons have their third daughter, Cathy Ranae, bom May 4 at the hospital at Estherville. Other children are Debra Jean, 8, and Chervle Lynn, 5. Grandparents are the Ronald Johnsons, Swea City, and Sam Larsons, Fairmont. Great grandparents are Mrs. Ernest Larson, Swea City, and Mrs. Gust Larson, Arm- furnished by Mrs, Mather, Mrs. Ed Blair, Mrs, Dennis Lunh, Mrs. Amery Charlson, Mrs, 11 'of 'Pott "tJOd"ge,"w«W MWhj , r's Day guests at thejMirefttal Herb Patterson's, Buffalo 1 CM- strong. The Auxiliary held a hospital meeting May 4 at Mrs. Kenneth Brones's. Mrs* Amery Charlson and Mrs/ Wallace Johnson were assistants, Mrs. , William Mather, Jr. reports three hospital gowns complete^, two v b£d pads made, carpet rags sewed; -and -scrap books (ibnxpiled. With ap attendance of rpt>$,:llK members, six Johnson and Mrs. Brones. Other members present were Mrs. Barren Thompson, Mrs. Ed ierggren, Mrs, Robert Holm, Mrs. Earl Berg and Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale. The Clifford Beadles had as guests Mother's* Day the Holtis Beadles, Tony Lohses, August Robisons, Dick Hammonds, and Bob Schueiers, Titonka. Mrs. Vern Mortensen called from Hutchison, Minn. The Paul Garrys, Stewartville, Minn., were recent guests at her sister's, the Carl Schau- bergers. The Carl Schauberg- ers were Sunday guests at Wil liam Schauberger's, Fairmont. The Raymond Pichts were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Albert Bosnia, Lakota. The Elward Pichts and Ricky were Saturday guests at Ray mond Picht's. The Warren Brondses, Ron aid Richardsons, Lakota, Percj McDowells, and John Brown er. Sunday gUestt at Arthur W. Larson's were MfS. Don Maruft, nd Mri MveTid Behsoti and Ki- hard, Emmetsburg, and the Sam Larsons. Mrs. Marlm Geerdes had 16 classmates for the ?th birthday of her daughter, Peggy. Guests were Kim Sykes, Laura Lann, Jill Lockwood, Corrine Larson, Carol Mein, Monica J6hns6n, , Shari fiuiikofske, «rnd Maty Jo , PetefSoft. The: ft, &> Mathers .wefit „ ,to Bes Mofhes thursday to mfeet their Son, Dick, who has been serving in Hawaii. H$ will have a month leave, after Which he islto return to Hawaii. NOTICE Thi* it the Larton School of Halrstyling SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE. Monday, June 13 Monday, July 11 'Visit Anytime' 'Enroll Early* Classes are filling rapidly LARSON SCHOOL OF HAIRSTYLlNG 203Vj Grand Ave. — Phone 262-5588 Spencer^ Iowa . , were' .Using ; sewing. " machines ini»ii \\ 1111 in 1111 mu \ r.r» 11 l"l"l"l"t"l"M"H-l!'l 'l"l -H-H-M Corwith-Wesley High School ^ ^^ ^ * , . • ^^^% i •• ij _ . ft to right — Dennis Funnemark, Becky Girre:, Debbie DeGroota, Kenneth Sloan. Dick Brun sen, Eldon Geary. Left to right — Beth Risvold, Marlene Harr, Cynthia Meyer, Debbie GarnTJan, Joe' Puffer, Rose Ricke. * ' , ••:" > v''''''..'.'., „ ' Left to right — Vicky Delmering, Vickie Wagner, Karen Perkins, Jim Jurgensen, Joyca Krebs, David Lay. ' •;>;.; '•.'•''.;"••.•: ' '"< . '•(' i ••..•'"•' '"' : '•;. ' Left to right — Linda Simpson, Steven Dawson, Jane Nail, John Widen, Jim Wegner, Ron Johnson. WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT OUR 23 MEMBERS OF THE LU VERNE SENIOR CLASS Lu Verne Building Co. LU VERNE CLINIC Nielsen's D X Service LU VERNE 004* EUJWTOR CARROLL 8MME I WPL. Lu Verne Insurance Agency Corner Cash Grocery HUFFS WE STANDARD TANK WMON 882-3508 Bill Hardcopf POTTEBSON EUCTBIC SERVICE IES' BABBER SHOP UMNO LOUHW-WALLY RUOER BLAKE Funeral Home { i TRAUGERS Food Market LAWSOH'S HARDWARE LOWEU'S SHELLY t TANK WACOM ZENTNER LIVESTOCK VILLAGE PUMP-HARRISON CORD SANFORD PLUMBING I HEATING Jerrill Wildman, Kristie Nerem. Best wishes to 26 graduates of Corwith - Wesley High School from these progressive firms: Corwith Community Co-op Feed Mill Exchange State Bank WESLEY Farmers Co-op Society K&HOilCo. WESLEY WESLEY Blake Funeral Homes WESLEY CORWITH Robinson Produce ft Food WUIiint TV Corwith LH VERNE ENTEIrHBES-$H»CI SHOP I 80WUNQ i i IM JJi I .IJtM i i 11 till i I 1 Hi 1 » H H 11 Mill 1 i i » HUM 1 li I H I ii U HI 1^ M'M i I 1 U IN 1U H-* CORWITH & Wtai-tY Root Hardware WESLEY Corwith Hardware Co* CORWITH James Tindall, Prop. Phone 583-2?20 Johnny's Mirktt WESUiY (HPwwJ WBIWIwWWIW* 6794%M ''Your IH€ etiler** Wtiley Wipir 9 ! Cafo WfSUY \ I

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