Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1966 · Page 6
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Niwly elected officer* of the National Honor Society for next; year include President, Barb Knudsen; Vice President, Tom Claude; Secretary, Connie par- byshire; Treasurer, Sandy Harms. -AHS— JuniorSenior Field Day was barely won by the Seniors ..with, an eight point lead. The day's events started with volleyball games and ended with a dance on the tennis courts with the Ti- trations, AHS's favorite band. — AHS— Brenda S jogren, Jan* Walker, Connie Derbyshire, ./ Karla Sjor gren, Miriam Kautsch, and Edith Ruark were elected into Symphonettes last Wednesday night. They are replacing /the six graduating seniors. Linda ; Ruhnke, Kathie Morz, and Sheri • Baker are the ' remaining t ' bers. The Symphori^ttes*areu under the direction of Mr.: Georg and perform at 'varibus school and social functions. „ This is the last week of classes for underclassmen at AHS. The Seniors finished last Wednesday. Grade cards will be issued on Thursday. —AHS— Since this is probably the last column I will be writing, I would like to thank several people who have helped me these past two years. Firstly, Mr. Chris- chilles and Mr. Dewel, the edi 'tors, and the whole Advance Staff deserve a big thank you for their patience and help. Al so, Mrs. Kalar, Mr. Allen, Mr. Sonksen, Miss Sorensen, Mr. Andersen, and everyone else. I hope next year to received the Advance at St. Olaf and find the Bulldog Tales edited someone. by Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Richard Has mussen of .Chesterton, Ind. are the parents of a baby girl born Friday, May 27, weighing 5% pounds. She has been named Tamara Renee. Maternal-grand^ parents are Mr. and Mrs/ Arth: ur Nast of Harrisburg, Pa. and paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen of Burt. The Richard Rasmussens have three otlier children, Kayla, Scott and Ricky. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Harvey Finley home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse, Le^ roy and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mi's. Richard Crosser and Randy of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Hix and family of Sexton and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Haines, Terry and Trudy ,.p|.;Ti : , thnkjirev Sunday dinnejr'-gue 1 ' -ie home of Mr. arid Mrs. ijward Harms of Titonka, in honor of the confirmation of their daughter Cindy Lou Harms, Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Fitch home were Mr. and Mrs, Bob Clark o f Denver and folly of Kansas Citv, Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark and Mrs. Harold Stevenson of Britt, Mrs, Ben H»rtzell of Hows, Mrs. Forbus Stiitz and David of Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilline of rural Aleona. Mrs. May Raines of Storm Lake was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. F'chard Rristow arid family of LuVerns. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Shawn of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and familv. Burt. Mrs. Eric See^ebarth. Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Wavne Eckels, Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister a™d Bret, Burt. were Buildog Tales By SALLY BAY P. ••.$. Middleswbrth and Mr. and Mr>; John Hoefert of Des Moines attended the Commencement and were supper guests later in the home of David's aunt and uncle, the P. W. MidiJlesworths. Mr. and Mrs. pie Frendahl were dinner guests in the Victor Fitch home Memorial. Day. The Frendahls arid Fitches visited the .Algona and Whittemore cemeteries and called at the tomeybf Mr.; and ;Mrs; Martin Zimmerman at Whittemore. Mr. and MI'S. Bill Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tr&nary attended the graduation exercises and reception in honor of jeaii•; Plemel, 'daughter of Mr arid Mrs. Petei Plemel of Algo na. „'.,_..„'• . '• '' •. ., . 'Life is almost as full of surprises as a little boys pockets." Fifty relatives and1 friends gathered at the Robert Wood home Tuesday evening, May 24, for a graduation reception in honor of 'Jean 'Wood, who graduated .this spring with the Class of 66. Those attending the reception Were Mrs. John Von Bank and Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. John Von Bank, Jr. and family, Elton Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eischen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Esser and family; Mrs. John Kissner, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, all of Algona, Robert Von Bank and Kay Judge of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Von Bank and family of W est Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Von Bank, Chuck and Linda of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrsl Pat Von Bank and Nancy of <" ClearLake, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisenbarth and family of LuVerne, Mrs. Merti Huber and Gary, Mrs. Betty Miller and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Eimers and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrick, all of Burt. -;Mrsi Victor Fitch and Judy and Mrs. Stanley Ruse attendr ed the 8th grade promotion and awards night at the Titorika high school and a reception in the Timer Harms home in honor of<their,daughter, Cindy. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hix and family and Mrs. Pete Haines, Terry and Trudy. This was,also in honor of Terry Haines, who will also be a freshman next year. Cindy and Terry received many nice gifts. Donald Stow, 61, of Burt, dies in Florida Burt — Donald Stow, 61, died at 5 a.m. May 21 at the Baptist hosoital in Pensacola, Fla. He had b°ien admitted the day be- Reunion held for the class of Bort — May 28, seven of the 12 members of the Idi6 graduating class of Burt high school met for a 50th reunion dinner at the Cunningham Cafe. Purple and white lilacs, purple candles, and purple "mortar board" cap hutcups decorated the table. A yellow rose, the class flower, was at each place. Class members attending were Elva Holding Boettcher, W. W. Boettcher, Edna Staley Grain, Rockwell City; Russell Peters, Scottsdale, Ariz,; Donald Salisbury, Cedar Rapids; Mercedes Peters, De La Hunt, HagerS- town, Md., and Selina Clifton. Mrs. K. J. Smith, home economics teacher in 1916, was present. Others attending were Mrs. Russell Peters, R J. De La Hunt, and K. J. Smith. Class members;hottattending were Clair Dexter, St. Louis, Mo., Walter Hike; Oregon, and Hattie Bahling Brown, Remer, Minn. Two members are deceased, • Ardis Mann Peterson : ~, and Bernice Godden yincent. Letters were read from those not attending and from E. L. O'Connor, Iowa ,'City,. former superintendent of Burt. The class song, written in 1916, was sung. After dinner the group .toured the school, but found little resemblance to the school of 1916. The balance of the evening was .spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Gifts were' given to the one coming the farthest, having the most grandchildren, the one with the baldest head, and a gift to the "teacher." Mrs. Boettcher had; planned the reunion and its success was due in great part to her efforts. MYRON (Mike) SMITH, Farm Bureau Insurance agency manager for Kossuth county, attended a two-day meeting in Des Moines May 31 and June 1. 'Also attending from'this county were Eugene Drager* Career Underwriter; Cecil'Long, County President; Albert Johnson and Bill Tokheim. Mr. Smith topped Iowa and Minnesota for personal lines production for the first week of the June Campaign, With this honor, he has the use of a 1966 Ford Convertible for a week. He received a trophy for being top man in his division for the past week. He also received an award for completion of the LIAMA School Course. Memorial Dav dinner guests in the P. W. Marimw home. Mrs. Larrv Day and Tracy of Cedar Rapids were afternoon visitors. My. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended commencement at Clear Lake and a reception later in the Jack Boston home, in h^nor of their daughter Cynthia Easton. Mr. arwl Mrs. Robert Wood. Jean and Randv attended a har- beoue suprver at the Harold Von Banks at West Bend. About 40 relatives and friends were pre-sent for the suoper. David Rasmu<«w»fl received B S, fafncw i.n Rusin*>s$ Admin- pareots, Mr H'.S Mr*. A. L. Ras- musse-n and Miss Mary Ann Sigsbee of Mgom, Mr. and Mrs. fore after a heart attack. ;born -in* Ma,y 7, J90S, son; of the lite Jame^ P, Stows. He attended Burt school eradnatincr in 1^23. After at tending Co^ college at C^d:«»r Rapids he taught n»ral schools The F. C. Soderbergs returned Wednesday from a trip to visit relatives at Colesburg and Elkader, and a drive to McGregor, Lansing and into Wisconsin. Guests at Martin Becker's Sunday were the George Beckers, the Frank Beckers, the Roscoe. Mawdsley Jr. family, Mrs. Mawdsley and Mark, 'and Mrs. Becker and-Stephen called on Mrs. Ethyl Hain iand Mrs. Claude Samson at the Good Samaritan Home; 1 'Algona: • '•"•'''''''»''' "''• • • The Floyd Sills and the George Beckers had a picnic *t Turtle Lake Park Monday. Willard Schwietert, Benton City, Wash,, visited last week at Merle Schwietert's, E, C. Schwietert's, and John Schwietert's. Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, visited relatives here Memorial Day. The Howard Mortons, Derna- da, Wis., visited Sunday at John and Helen Schwietert's, They attended the graduation of Nancy FOX, daughter of the Chas. Foxes, at Garrigan. Guests May 3,0 of the Schwie- terts were the R. E. Heflers, Fairmont, Harry Heflers, Chicago, and Ed Schultzes, Fairmont. The Myron Chlpmahs, Ames, visited the C. B. Chipmans recently. . . ; Guests Memorial Day at Carl Reynold's were the Herman Bussie;sjFaiirmont, Sylvester Robinsons, Bancroft} E, jC.i Schwie- terts and Odey Cherlands, Bert Wermers has been a patient at the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines and returned ho- .were the Roger Stewards, Madrid; Perry Steward, Montezuma; Karen and Timothy, Iowa City; Cecil Stewards. -Hazelcrest, 111.; Eugene Stewards, Minneapolis; John Hennings, Marcellus, Mich.; Myron Meinzers, Dexter, Minn.; Walter Gramenzes, Silvis. 111.: John Scott, Leland; and Ray Millers, Estherville. O.E.S. Past Matrons Club plan a dinner at Trelors June 9. The Melvin Abbases, Bode, brought Mrs. Florence Bagby home Memorial Day. She had <en staying with the Clifford Abbases at Cross Lake, Minn. The Roger .Stewards and Perry Steward spent a week at Walter Steward's. Jovc«* Miller, daughter of the Ray Millers will spend the summer vacation at Cross Lake; Minn, with the Clifford Abbases. The Larry Holdings had a furniture and rummage sale June 3. The family moved Saturday to Peru. Nebr. They will attend State Teachers college there. Summer school sessions a'lairt June 8. . :..;••;• : .. •:.,'^ i :^n. "vi I- The Dennis Lynches and Ervin Ulseses attended commencement June 5 for David Fangman at Immanuel Conception high school ait Elma. i The Good Will truck will be in Burt June 8. Lfinye material with Mrs. J. L. Miller before in the Burt area for years. He went to Florida 30 years ago and operated a pas station, and : reitired a few years apf>. Survivors are his wife Ethel, brother Willard. Hi'mboldt. and three sisters Mrs Clifford Parrish. Lewisville, Kv.. (MarP'ier- ite) Mrs. Walter Koch. Ft. W»v- ne, Ind.. (Bernice). and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, HumboWt ('Horence.) His parents and older brotHftr, Dr. Perry Stow, Ames, are dead. Top gradual*; lo study In ROHM Burt — The Ervin UJses family 'attended commenc«m ft nit June 5 at Loras College. Dub"* qne. Eugene Tllses graduated maxima cuni laude. rankin<? at the ton of his class bv maintain- in<* a 8.89 average out of a possible 4 point average during four years of college. There were 266 in the praduatinp class. He received his first eight years elementary education at St. Jahn's. Bj,ncr<»ft. and high school education at Trinity college, Sioux Citv. Then attended St. John's University, Collegeville. Minn. an,d the na«st two years at several,me the last of the week. The W. W. Boettchers spent to ior for bv the SJoux C<tv v^ars mfl- in Euro^-* A r">- wi.ll he h«ld the weekend in Ankeny at their son William's. The Jim Fredricksons, Rockwell, spent several days at Ed Fredrickson's and, L. H. Riedel's. The Wallace Goddens, Osage, visited Sunday with the Carl Reynolds. The Vaughn Wallaces, Mason City, visited May 29 at Gladys Hawcott's. Frances McDonald completed her studies for this year at Morningside college and came home June 1. She will po to Sioux Ch ty Monday to visit friends. The Donald , Mitchells are spending several weeks at their summer home in Canada. The Dr. Dean Clapsaddles visited last week at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's. Their daughter Mary Ann graduated May 24 at Clear Lake high school. June 5 they will go to Texas to attend the graduation of their son Jerry who will get a degree iji architectural engineering and science at Texas university. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet June 7 at the Legion HJJJ. Hostesses are Helen Wermers and Ruth Cjapsjddle. U & I Circle will meet June 14 at Vera Bradley's. R O H ^11 is a current event on a TV per- .New members received at Burt Methodist church May 29 were the Kenneth Cooks, Mrs. Burnadine Opheim and Lowell Winter. Memorial gifts were de : dicated at this service. •The Gordon Whitmores, Wi- ch'itn,. Kans., visited Thursday at Raymond Westling's. May 30 the Clarence West- lings, Barnum, were guests at Raymond Westling's; Mrs. John Besch and daughter La Ree, Elma, visited briefly with her brother, Lloyd Saatoff and the Raymond Westlings. Arthur Issacson of Stratford came Saturday and visited until Monday evening at Raymond Westling's. A pink and blue shower was held May 28 at the Val Gene Westling home for Mrs. Larry Westling, Algona. The Virgil Gubbels, Des Moines, spent the Memorial weekend at the, parental Al vin Baumgard's, I,,.;.;,. The R. J. De La Hunts, Hagerstown. Md.. who have b^ guests at O, H. Graham's left Thursday for White Bear Lake, St. Paul, to visit at their son Stanley's. Guests May 30 at Mrs. T Mtie Isenberger's were the Walter Klamps, Mrs. Fred Ryther and Mrs. Rose SJgsbee. Mrs. Jessie Rash spent Mon- rtav *id Tu««?dav »t. her daughter. Mrs. n L. Webb's. Al^on«». M;qy 30 at Mrs. Mvrtle Officers for are installed Swea Eagle — Officers for the coming year were installed May 16 by the VFW Auxiliary. Mrs. Earl Berg was installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Warren Thompson. Mrs. Bruce Graham is President succeeding Mrs. Robert Holm. Other officers are senior vice, Mrs. Edwin Berggreri; Junior vice, Mrs. Dennis Lunn; sec., Mrs. Earl Berg; treas., Mrs. Kenneth Brones; chaplain, Mrs. William Mather Jr.; conductress, Mrs. Warren Thompson; guard, Mrs. Amery Gharlson; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Harold Fischer; trustee, -Mrs. James Johnson; color bearers, Mrs. Robert Holm, Mrs. Ed Blair, Mrs. Wallace Johnson arid Mrs. Earl Berg; flag bearer, Mrs. William Phelps; ban ner bearer, Mrs. Nbrine Danielson; historian, Mrs. Don Forshee, and musicians, Mrs. Elvin Godfredson and Mrs. V. E. Hazelhoff. Also servin? as trustees are Mrs. George-Eden and Mrs 0 Wallace Johnson. . Installing officer, Mrs. Earl Berg, presented Mrs. Robert with a past president's daughter, the Mervin .lohftiotis, fof Mrs. Godfredson's birthday. The; Ormal Guirins attended the .confirmation of a nephew, Steven Evans, Sunday it 1m- manuel Lutheran church, Estherville, and were .guests of the Barton Evans. The Harvey C. Larsens had guests ; for James after Baccalaureate Sunday and after commencement Monday. The Wayne Thompsons .had guests for Robert after graduation Sunday and Monday. The Ormal Gulnns had guests for Patricia Sunday after Baccalaureate. Linda Kesler, Lawens, an aunt, had the guest book, another aunt, Mrs. Dale Cummins, Armstrong, served punch, and her great grandmother, Mrs. Emma Gram, Armstrong, served coffee. About 50 friends and relatives were present. - , <Caryl Larsen, daughter of the Harvey C. Larsens, was named to the dean's list at St. Olaf College, Northfield, and was a guest at the president's dinner for academic honors. The Duard Perdues had gue> sts Sunday with other families at the Open Bible church .social hall for their son, Larry, after Baccalaureate. The Dick Meyers, Algona, were Sunday guests at Everett Rippentrop's for Lyle after Baccalaureate. The Homer Henrik- sens and Dwayne Hippentrop, Ringsted, were Sunday guests of the Rippentrops. At Arthur Kracht's Sunday after Baccalaureate were the guests in honor of Paulette including the Harold Krantzes, William Mathers Jr., R. S. Mathers, Mike Grabianowskis, Walter Magnusens, Andrew Broneses, Mrs. William Mather Sr., the John Nymans, Pastor Peterson and Danny Anderson. Bode soldier arrives back from Viet Nam Bode —The Ralph Larsons, Plover, received a call Friday from their son Randall, who has been in service in Viet Nam that he had landed in Oakland, Calif. Randall went to Medford, Ore., to visit several days at Don )Jordon's,ii(Maxine .Hemmestad) before receiving his discharge and returning to his tiome. The Larsons are former Bode residents. Vedvik SattifdaV afld we«s the flay Heyrtttfi Jr., Hf and Lake, ill, Mrs. Hevtite is the former LtAftti MttiVMi, daughter of the Douglas Mite- vens Sr. and • tilefie of MM Vedvik, They were y in Illinois. Seen at the ALGONA HM1 Gerald and Mrs. Smith, DUafte and Jeffrey, .Great L*k* e&, 111., ^visited Thursday to Monday at .the parental C1a£ ence Smith's, HM2 Rent Smith „ home front,the Mcdltermn- can and will visit at his parents until June 21 when he will go to Great Lakes to be in a research unit at the naval hospital. Sunday the Smith daughter, the Don Roths, Charles City, came, for the day. This is the first-time in nine years the entire family has been togeth ftl* ' Relatives in Bode received word that Randal Larson, son of the Ralph Larsons, .Plover, arrived home Wednesday noon from Viet Nam. The Larsons were former Bode residents. the Burton Roods visited at Lamoni and attended graduation for Mrs. Rood's niece lasl weekend. The Roy Johnsons and Harold Roods, Humeston, were entertained by the Roods while they were in southern Iowa. Mrs. Osborhe Holland, Manly Holland and his .son / Dale, Milroy, Minn., visited .the Ronald Olsons Sunday and -Memorial Day. The Hollands .also visited in Duncombe, .Fort Dodge, and Humboldt. The Rudy Olsons, Gilmore City, Ted Underbergs, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Henry Anderson, Dun- comba, visited in Bode Memorial Day. Mrs. Anderson and the Underbergs were guests at Melvin Olson's. ' The Dick Olsons, Council Bluffs, visited the parental Olaf Olsons and were /also guests at Garmon Holland's last weekend. Guests at Hilda Enger's last weekend, were .her brother, the Otto Oines, Volga, S.D. Monday the Oines, Mrs. Enger, the Howard Hemmestads, Rhonda, "Bunk" Vaughn, Dale Johnson, Ft. Dodge, and the Henry Engers, Mallard, were guests at Walter Bakken's. The Bakkens, Oines, and Mrs. Enger also visited the Ralph Larsons, Plover. May 27 Mrs. Arnold Larson had a birthday arid friends spent the afternoon with her. The Dick Opheims, Dows, and Mrs. Hank Olson, Bradgate, were out of town guests. The Melvin Olsons had guests following graduation at By T, H. C. June 12 at the Ervin Ulses home. Eastern Star will meet June 14 at the Hail. Hosts 9 re Harojd Holn%rens and Pattersons. Guests at Walter Steward's during the Memorial weekend tn« Merrill fels, Brian 7wi«*f*»1s. Phillin berps. Jake Smiths. O<«il holders and Ronald Householders. Th« Willis Chioman*. Milwaukee, Wis., vi'itod Friday to Tuesday at C, B. Chinman's. Puntn Gorda. Fla., visited Purt last wo,<»k before poinff to Duluth, Minn. to visit his ftauphter. tne Dp«n Orawfords. He ateo visited the Glen Grahams, Algona. WINS A WATCH Jan» Ranev. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ranev, was th« winner of a watch from R.nsk Hrue & Jewelry. Registration for this watch was open to all 1966 graduates from Garrigan HONOR Brigitta Whittemore. Al(?ona. was graduated cum laude at the Towa We.«levan college at Mount Pleasant Monday. DUCHESNE GRADUATE Judy Murphy, daughter of th« Patrick Murphys. received a bachelor's degree at Duehesne pin. It .was voted to send $2 to the V.A. hospital at Knoxville for candy bars, and $5 was given to the cancer fund. Also a ttiiemorial was sent to .the Iowa Heart Assn. for Frank Sanft- Vier, father of Mrs. Warren Thompson in the amount of $2. SHOWER IS «|VFN Mrs. Russell . Clark, Lorraine Kfacht. wais triven a miscellaneous show«r May 16 at an own house held at Immanuel Luth"ran church. Sweq City. Mrs. Mervin John«on announced the program. with readings bv Mrs. R. S. Mather and Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen. A tape recording of tunes bv Nancy Peterson was prepared. Mrs. Mervin gave a reading and devotions. After refreshments gifts were wrapoed by the guests and will be delivered to her^ Hostesses were Mmes. Harvey C. Larsen, Ormal Guinn, Carl Lien. Otto Larsen, Andrew Brones. William Mather •Jr., William Mather Sr.. Wai- tor Magnns*>n, Tony Grabjanow- ski. R. S Mather. Walter Sen- mickinp. Mervin Johnson, Truman Johnson and Wendell pits- worth, Mr. and Mrs. Clark we- graduated at Tarkjo College this snrine. and at present are in Richmond. Va., with his Parents. They will 0o to. Texas this fall where 1 he wijl study and Mrs. Clark will work. Her par* the Art Krachts, plan to visit them soon. FUNERAL The Flovd Brekkes attended th.e funeral of Mrs. George Gentler Tuesday at St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore. Mrs, Geneler sustained fstal iniuries in a car-truck gident. Mr. Geneler was released from St. Ann hospital Sun- dav. where he had been a pa tient JUS the result of the same accident Mrs. Geneler was 67. She was the mother-in-law of Mrs. Ralph Geneler, sister of Mrs. Brekke. The Ed WttWn. sons, Pes Moines, another sister, caipe for the The Walter Hanses were Sunday guests of 'the Ralph Dew, Sac Citv, nn4 attended Bac- ATTENDS FUNERAL Mrs.' Floyd Palmer attended the funeral in Algona Wednesday for Noble Crouch, a cousin of Mrs. Palmer. Mr. Crouch, 58, resident of Algona for 54 years, died Sunday at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines. Mr. Crouch was born at Corwith, son of Elbert and Emma Knutson Crouch. He served in the armed forces during World War II, Mr, Crouch never married. His mother survives. Burial was in the St. Olaf Lutheran cemetery at Bode. AUNT IS DEAD ,The David Engels were called to Nebraska for the funeral for Mrs. Engel's aunt. The Engels also visited at Grand Island. Last weekend the Engels were in Meade, Neb., for a 25th class reunion where Mr. Engel had been the agriculture teacher, They also visited relatives at Lincoln and Omaha. BAND MOTHERS ELECT Band Mothers officers for the coming year at Twin Rivers will be President, Mrs, Ralph Jacobson; ' vice, Mrs. Versteeg; sec., Mrs, Ray Graaf; treas., Mrs. Le Roy Enger. Corresponding secretaries are Mrs. Harold Dolder, Mrs. Virgil Hacker and Mrs. Alan Olson. for daughter, Mrs. -Kenneth Hoss an4 chil- dr<%n ftf L^af§ PJWt fOJ the igr _ Dwight. of her brother, The Cecil Godfredspfts, The Orren Olsons had the Twin Rivers high school faculty following class night program. Friends and relatives were guests of the Olsons at their home after bapcala ureate and commencement, Peggy Olson was one of the graduates. The Jim Christiansens, Atlantic, were visitors at the parental Art Christianson's, Bode, and with relatives of Mrs. Christianson in Cylinder over the Memorial day weekend. The Gary Bragas, Res Mpin- es, have a daughter by adoption, born May g4, :She has been nar med Beth Ann. Mrs. Braga is the former Nancy Hoover, daughter of Mrs. Judy Hoover. The Bragas also have a son, one year old Gregory John. The Ronald Olsons yj»|ted her father, Bert Gjardjiier, ajad Mrs. Minnig Wijije in Sunday. The John Swensons, Cowrie, Thojsen vis|te4 (lay with ^fes. Thorsetn's sjsjter, Ester Opheim. Guests of Bonnie and Geri was a graduate. Out «p£.town guests included Stephen's" father, the Gordon DeGrootes, and his brother, Rutland, his sister, the (Myrna) Berryhills, Humboldt. Stephen also received a phone call from his sister Norma in California. Confirmation services were held at St. Olaf Lutheran chu rch May 29 for Jacqueline Lee, daughter of the Ralph Jacob sons, Oarmer Louise, daughter of the Max Janssens, Carla Jean, daughter of the Garmon Pflibsens, Jeanne Marie, daughter of the Marlin Pflibsens, Paul Christian, son of the Don Bak- kens, and Robert Grant, son of the Grant Olsons. Worship services at St. Olaf Lutheran church will begin at 9:30 a.m. for three months. The Edward Johnsons, Sioux City, and Clarence Wells, Livermore, were visitors last weekend at Torger Johnson's. May 24 Ronnie Hankins, son of the Warren Hankins, had his 8th birthday and Bruce Thatcher spent the night with him. Evening guests were the Neal Olsons. Frank Jolliffe, Humboldt, and J. P. Jensen were recent guests at Thor Selvig's. Saturday guest was Mrs. Gladys Opheim, Buffalo Center. Sunday the Selvigs had Mrs. W. C. Nowell, Bob Brenda and Linda, Fort Dodge, Mrs. Verne Johnson, Humboldt, and Julia Johnson, Algona. Julia Johnson, former Bode resident, is now employed by the Kossuth Highway Patrol, The Harold Johnsons and Rochelle, Wisconsin, were visitors recently at her father, Win. Chantland's Sr, The Reed Seamans, West Bend, and Link Kingerys and Mrs. Cora Underberg, Humboldt, were Sunday visitors it Harold Skaugstad's. Evening visitors were the Harold Jensens, Humboldt. Memorial guests were the Bill Seamens, Crystal Lake, and the Dick Bakkens. PHONES FROM FORMOSA The Homer Clarfcs received, phone call from tjitir soft, John, who was in port at Tainan, f napsa. He calle4 from the Cap.. tain Ted Stang residence. Mrs. Stang is the former Mimi Wright. John is assigned to tte For tejfield, » y, £ Navy destroy^ The call was received S&turd&y morning at 5:30, but it was 7:30 Sunday evening their tune. NOTRii DAM! GRADUATE James M. Stanton, son of the R, StantoiiSj will be graduated with a B. S, degree in pre professional studies at Notre Dame June 5. The public is fickle, inconsistent, variable, unreliable, vadl- iatlng—take your choice. This applies to all business, but it's particularly true of the .motion Slcture industry. The public screams about sex and violence in our movies but when a clean, wholesome, family film like The Night of the Grizzly comes along, they sit home and look at some horror TV production. The,Night of the Grizzly isn't any block buster but it's filmed in 'beautiful technicolor, provides some moments of thrilling suspense, and introduces some rather interesting personalities. There is cute little Victoria Paige Meyering, who made her debut sitting on Danny Kayes knee .during his TV. show. She really steals the show and is as precocious in her role as she was when Danny interviewed her in her initial appearance. Then there's the gravel voiced Nancy Kulp who plays the secretary to the banker in the Beverly Hillbilly show,, making her first motion picture appearance. She comes off second best on the screen. Clint Walker, a robust, west- em type individual and wistful Martha Hyer play the leads in this tale of a rambunctious grizzly but are ably assisted by such venerable actors as Keenan Wynn and Regis, Toomey, What I started out to say is that here is what the public says it wants, but fails to appreciate when it gets it. The Silencers, with Dean Martin and Stella Stevens, is finally making its belated appearance Sunday thru Wednesday; June 5 to the 8th. Dean Martin has captured the public eye and his TV show rates among the tops. In addition, his Las Vegas show is so popular that reservations are almost impossible to obtain. Strictly speaking, The Silencers is a man's show arid features a number of delectable femmes. It is racy, funny and abounds in double entre dialog. It's strictly not for the kiddies but that doesn't mean a red blooded adult can't get a lot of laughs. I'll see it for the third time if that's any recommendation. Mrs. Misbach dies at Fairmont Funeral services were held on Friday at Fairmont, Minn., for a former Kossuth county woman, Mrs. Rudolph G. Misbach, 84 of that city. Burial was in the Fairmont Fairview Memorial Park. Mrs. Misbaeh died Tuesday night at her home in Fairmont. She was born March 22, 1882 at Whittemore and after attending nursing school in Chicago, did nursing until her marriage July 25, 1910 at Algona to Rudolph Misbach. Her husband, who operated a clothing store for many years at Fairmont, died in 1963. There are five children. Leighton Mis- Jach of Algona is a nephew. 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