Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1971 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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14 — Kossuth County Advone* Monday, February 22, 1971 Asks Area For Medical Project Help By Mae McLean IRVINGTON - The Rev. Earl D. McCrea, pastor of Bethel United Presbyterian Church, Waterloo, has appealed for Betty Crocker coupons to help prolong the life of a 23-year-old cousin of his sister-in-law, Mrs. John McCrea, Allison Park, Pa. The cousin, Mike, lives at Heavner, Okla., and is without kidneys. Since the failure of a transplant last year, Mike has been taken by his mother twice weekly to Oklahoma City, a round trip of 300 miles, for use of a kidney machine. The family has made arrangements with General Mills to get a kidney machine for the local hospital through Betty Crocker coupons and the deadline for their acceptance is May 1, 1971. Thousands of coupons will be needed to get the machine and if enough are not received - parts of the machine will be purchased with what is available. If you would like to help with this project, please send your coupons to the Rev. Earl D. McCrea, 855 Prospect Blvd., Waterloo, Iowa, 50701. - o - BOWLING WINNER Jean Metzen was recently notified that she was 2nd place winner in singles at the Farm Bureau Sectional Handicaps Bowling Tournament held Jan. 18-27 at the Ridgeway Lanes, Fort Dodge. She had a 640 series. She and Blanche Long, Algona, will be in Des Moines March 25 for further competition. Other members of a team bowling in the Sectional were Blanche Long, Loretta Ditiworth, Jean Meyer and Viola Premel. Mrs. Metzen captains a team at the Algona Lanes, which is sponsored by the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, other members of the team are two daughters and a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Metzen, Phyllis Robinson, Dale Lynn Metzen and Pat Metzen and Bonnie Bradford. Helen Lauck is substitute. - o - BABY DIES Herbert Rosenau has received a letter from a cousin, Mrs. Marjorie Keinetz, Richmond, Mo., which tells of the death of an infant grandson, Shannon Dale, on Dec. 28. The baby had pneumonia and was hospitalized Christmas Day. Mrs. Keinitzand her late husband moved to Missouri from the Burt area a number of years ago. Mr. Keinitz died Nov. 6, 1968. - o - HOMEMAKERS The Irvington Homemakers met Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 17, with Mrs. Earl Loss and with Mrs. Erby Shipler co-hosting. Mrs. J. W. Gardner gave a talk on Safety and there was an exchange of valentines. The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Wayne Wickwire, with Mrs. Lyle Raney co-hostess. Roger Wilson will give a talk on drug abuse. - o - YOUTH FELLOWSHIP The Irvington Youth Fellowship met in the church annex Feb. 17 with all members answering roll call with a verse of scripture containing the word "Faithful". A lesson on the Lord's Supper was studied. Laurie Chamberlain had the lesson and Sherry Teeter, devotions. Gloria Canaday served the lunch. - o Herbert Rosenau, Irvington, drove to Lakota, last week Wednesday and spent the day at the home of his two brothers, Alvin and Lloyd. Herbert was also celebrating a birthday. The Dennis Olsons attended a going away party for Terry Gatton, Titonka, on Saturday evening, Feb. 13. Chester Smith, Bancroft, and the Robert Smiths, Algona, were also among the guests. Terry, a son of the Kenneth Gattons, left the following day for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., to begin his term of service. Dinner guests at the Charles Heinkel home, LuVerne, on Feb. 14 were Mr. and Mrs. Galen Heinkel, Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher, Fort Dodge, the Robert Smith family, Algona, and Mrs. Sula Frantz, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and sons were guests Feb. 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson and family drove to Badger on Feb. 14 and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl, Livermore, were Feb. 14 guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ferstl and family. The occasion was to observe Richard's birthday and also for the 47th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl which occurred on Feb. 12. Leaving Feb. 12 by car for Nashville, Term., to attend the Grand Ole Opry were Duane Larson, Wesley; Cecil Glawe, Corwith; Lloyd Gerber, Algona; and Richard Simpson, Irvington. They returned home on the 14th. Dennis Cumberland, manager of the IrvingtonCo-Operative Elevator, attended Management Training School at Fort Dodge, Feb. 15-19. Guests of the Joe McConnells, Armstrong, Feb. 14 were the Donald McConnells, Nemaha, the Francis McConnells and Floy Neal, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Pruis- mann and family Blairsburg, were visitors Feb. 14 at the Hugh Black home. Mrs. Frank Pruismann, Sexton, who had been visiting at Blairsburg for a week returned to her home with them. Mrs. John Crehan and children, Leslie and Carol, San Francisco, Calif., arrived Feb. 12 at the Mason City airport where they were met by Mrs. Crehan's parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Bernard Capesius and returned to the Capesius home where they visited for several days. On Sunday, Feb. 14, Mr. and Mrs. Capesius and their daughter Jeanie and her children, Leslie and Carol, drove to Ankeny, where they spent the day visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colwell and family. They returned home here Sunday evening. Mrs. Charles Colwell is another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elmore and Mrs. Joe Divis were visitors Feb. 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt and family rural Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms and family, Algona, we re visitors at the Mervin Bahmanns home at Perry on Sunday, Feb. 14. Their son A.M.N. and Mrs. Richard Harms were also there. Richard was recently transferred toCha- nute, 111. Ronda Smith, Algona, was an overnight guest on Feb. 16 of Carolyn Black. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmitt and family, Graettinger, were dinner guests Feb. 14 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Walker and family, Irvington. Allen Divis, student at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the Valentine Day weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Divis and family of this area. MILLIONS TO FOUNDATION Jacksonville, Pla. -- The bulk of Mrs. Alfred I. du Font's $1 Do-million estate will go to the Jessie Ball du Pont Religious, Charitable and Education Fund. Mrs. du Pont, who died recently at the age of 86, was the third wife of Mr. du Pont, who established the Florida du Pont empire before his death in 1935. BEAR Janet Origer and Annette Gilbride Retreat took on a new meaning this year for the senior class with the theme, "The Changing Self and the Importance of Others." Father Jerome Cosgrove, Guidance Counselor at Fort Dodge St. Edmond's, brought out real meaning of existence by playing portions of "Jesus Christ Superstar," the rock opera, and other songs like "What the World Needs Now is Love." MikeKohl- haas, a member of the class of '71, took on the job of explaining how he has changed and who brought about these changes in his high school life. The day ended in real unity with all participating in student mass. GHS Spirit radiated throughout the gym Friday, Feb. 19, at the pep rally In an effort to make the last home game against Hull Western Christian the best. GHS What does Lent mean to you? GHS Kickball, basketball and volleyball are just a few of the standard games played in girl's phys. ed.But, Mrs. Foster, phys ed. teacher, has introduced another fun-but sometimes hard on the physical make-up game- roller skating. GHS Mr. James Geelan visited the Econ class Wednesday, Feb. 17, to talk about life insurance. GHS Ouch! That mouse bit me right through those plastic gloves! Sister Michael Marie's Advanced Biology class inoculated seven mice with radiation and the students are also growing plants from radiated seeds. They want to find out the effects of radiation and learn good laboratory radiation teaching techniques. GHS The band will be giving a winter concert Thursday, Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. Whether you like good taste or good grammar, you're sure to like good music! Some of their selections will include "Monday Monday," "California Dreamin'," and "The House of the Rising Sun." GHS Local government, public safety, education, and environment are a few of the issues which 1 will be discussed at "Government by the People Conference- workshops," For a series of three Wednesdays, Feb. 10, Feb. 17, and Feb. 24, the three state institutions of Iowa, UNI, U of I, and ISU, are presenting this opportunity for lowans to learn about their national, state and most of all, local governments. Three seniors from each of Sister Mary Eugene's government classes have volunteered to go, and the sessions will last from 3:30 to 9:30 at the Legion Hall in Algona. GHS Ponderance: Mary Magdeline: "Try not to get worried, try not to turn unto problems that upset you. Oh, don't you know everything's all right, yes everything's fine! Jesus Christ Superstar LOCALS RETURN FROM SOUTH Mr. and Mrs: Dan Fisher accompanied by Jim Fitzpatrick drove to Minneapolis Sunday to meet Becky Fisher and Dorothy Fitzpatrick at the airport where they returned from Atlanta, Ga. and Pompano Beach, Fla. Becky visited her sister Donna in Atlanta for three weeks and Dorothy visited her aunt, Mrs. Twylah Lorenz, who had suffered a heart attack earlier in January. While in Minneapolis they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Roycroft and family, Mrs. Fitzpatrick and Harriet Roycroft are sisters. Becky returned with news of Donna's winning first place in an essay contest on Radiology. Donna is a 1st year radiology student at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. She is now eligible to enter in State competition at the yearly convention of the Georgia Radiology Technologists Society in Savannah, Take a Beef, Dairy or Hog Tour with HARVESTORE Visit with some off America's top farmers & ranchers HMVESTME TOURS, Dipt, ll-tl H 462 550 W. Algonquin R4., Arfnfton Htijhfs, III. 40005 SEND INFORMATION ON TOURS IN MY AREA TO: NAME COUNTY .2IP. BEEF COW-CALF HOG We salute the FFA Club at the Algona Community High School during National FFA Week and we wish them the best in preparing for careers of leadership and accomplishment in agriculture. FEB. 20-27 ALGONA HIGH Burlin President — Steve Wolter Vice President — Les Simpson Secretary — Les Richter Asst. Secretary — Les Erickson Treasurer — Steve Rochleau Asst. Treasurer — Bob Dodds Reporter — Pat Woods Sentinel — Mike Woods FFA CLUB H. Matthews Chuck Bell Mike Devine Rick Kramer Kevin Hensley Kirk Vitzthum Rusty Gourley Randy Mains Dave Priester Kevin Fett Mark Taylor Joe Devine 1970-71 MEMBERSHIP Advisor Dick Haag Mike Vitzthum Dennis Utterback Howard Raney Lynn Burns Jack Schoby Paul Ostwinkle Dave Miller Rick McVay Garry Gisch Dave Gisch Jay Graham Kevin Gardner Craig Steven Bob Priester Terry Sabin Chuck Mains Terry Alt Mark Elbert Wayne Hannover SPONSORED IN THE INTEREST OF KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURE BY: Learning to Do... Doing to Learn... faming to Live.. Living to Serve 116 S- Thorington 1015 N. Main 25 E State 216 W, State Hwy. 18 - East Jet. Hwy$- 18 & 169

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