Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 12
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2 - Konuth County Advanc* Monday, March 29, 1971 Lutheran Aid At Lotts Creek Buys Stove LONE ROCK • Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid of Lotts Creek met at the church parlors Friday afternoon, March 12, Opening devotions were given by Mrs. Leonard Pompe and Mrs. Walter Otto read the mission story. The topic, "who should go to college?", was discussed under the leadership of Rev. Otto and Mrs. Orvillo Kressin. The committee In charge of getting a stove reported that a new gas stove had been purchased and installed in the remodeled kitchen. The Aid voted to have a bake sale at Fenton on Friday, March 26 with Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. Ervin Wetzel, Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and Mrs. TomSchul- ler as the committee in charge. The executive board of the Aid will visit the county home one day in March, pastor Otto will accompany them and give an object lesson and lead in group singing. Light refreshments will be served by the women. After this visit a group of four ladies, chosen by alphabetical order, will go to the home each month and do Uie same. A decision was made to ga- Confused about Insurance I We can help you with all your needs BOHANNON Insurance Service 295-5443 ther children's clothing and bedding for Lutheran World Relief. Hostesses for the March meeting were Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and Mrs. Eugene vaudt. Flower committee for March are Mrs. Ray Kading and Mrs. Orville Kressin. -o- Guests at the Roger Radig home Thursday, March 11 in honor of Roger's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Henriksen, of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross and Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt all of Lone Rock. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher winning the high prizes, Low prizes were won by Mrs, Donald Radig and Harold Gross. Mrs. Leroy Henriksen won travel, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock were hosts to their couple's 500 card club March 13. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig were the high couple for the evening and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jensen the low couple. Travel prize was won by Mrs. Dennis Geitzenauer.. Couple in attendance were Mr. and "Mrs, Darrol Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruhn, Mr, and Mrs, Larry Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kelmers, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Geitzenauer all of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jensen, Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hurlburt of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger, Fenton entertained guests Sunday afternoon,' March 14, in honor of their son Jimmy's first birthday. Attending were his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow and Deann and Mrs, Georgia Marlow of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlow, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woodwick and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock were hosts March 14 to their Pinochle card club. High prizes were won by Mrs. Roy Bierle and Sam McCleish. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle were the evening's high couple. Those In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig, Mr. and Mrs, Sam McCleish, Mr. and Mrs. George Klssner, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kruse accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig to Des Moines last Thursday where they attended both afternoon and evening sessions of the Girl's State Basketball tournament at Veteranffaudi- torium. Friends Honor LuVerne Woman on 80th Birthday LUVERNE - Open house was held Sunday, March 13, in honor of the 80th birthday of Mrs. Tiilie Stoddard. Mrs. Stoddard was born in Lu- Verne March 15, 1891 to Fred and Mathilda Hinz. On Oct. 11, 1908 she was united in marriage to Chester Stoddard at LuVerne, Mr, Stoddard died April 13, 1907 at the age of 71, To this union was born four children, Howard Stoddard, Rapid City, S.D.; Mrs. Albert (Gertie) Hefty, LuVerne; Mrs. Tommy (Delia) Miller, LuVerne; and Mrs, John (Alice) Stampka, also of LuVerne. Mrs. Stoddard has 13 grandchildren and fifteen great-grandchildren. A noon pot-luck dinner was shared by forty members of the family and the afternoon open house was attended by approximately 100 friends and relatives. - o LUVERNE LIVE WIRES After a tour on meats at the local grocery store, the meeting of the LuVerne Live Wires Girls 4-H Club was held at the Legion hall Feb. 13. The meeting was called to order by Barb Marty, president. Sixteen members, one leader and one guest were present. Pam McClellan gave a demonstration on sifting Ingredients. Diane Marty gave a talk of different forms of milk and the cost of each. It was decided that the Junior girls have a basketball team and Barb Marty and Cynthia Kiley will be the coaches. The 4-H pledge and pledge of allegiance was led by Barb Marty. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Pam McClellan and Pam Nielsen. (By Cynthia Kiley, re- ... porter). 4-H MARCH MEETING The March meeting of the Lu- Verne Live Wires 4-H Club was held at the Legion hall March 13 after the Junior girls played a fine basketball game against the Garfield Gems at St. Joe. The score was 11-7 in favor of Garfield. The managers were Barb Marty and Cynthia Kiley. Members of the team included Paula Curry, Paula Stahl, Pam McClellan, Barbara Kramer, Den- Ise Kiley, Diane Marty, Cindy Wycoff, Vicky Baumgartner, Debbie Henderson, Julie Hardcopf, Pam Nielsen, Diane Carroll, Nona Wycoff, Diane Stahl and Jo Ellen Johns. Many mothers and friends Joined the girls at the game. The meeting preceding the game was called to order by Barb Marty, president. Roll call was answered with "good sources of iron." Seventeen members, one leader and one guest were present. The club discussed 4-H Day in Algona April 3. The president, Barb Marty, and vice president, Holly DeNlo, will represent the club. Committees were assigned to help with the window display at Honsbruch Drug. The club is planning an Ice cream social and bake sale to be announced at a later date, They also discussed plans to hold a slave auction. The plans for a show party was carried over until the next meeting, Lunch was served by Mrs. curry and Mrs, Henderson, LuVerne Soldier Completes His Basic Training LUVERNE - AMN Danny Ray Block, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis V, Block, LuVerne, has completed his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., and is now stationed there until further orders. Danny is a 1970 graduate of the LuVerne Community School. After graduation he worked at Gunder Mfg. Co, in Dakota City until October, 1970, and then attended school at the Mld- Contlnental School of Aeronautics in Kansas City, Mo. He enlisted in the Air Force in January, going •to Lackland A.F.B. Jan. 29,1971. Of LuVerne Man Is Honored LUVERNE - A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Sunday afternoon, March 14, in honor of Mrs, Michael Pergande, a recent bride, in the Zion Lutheran Church parlors with 48 guests sharing the courtesy, Mrs. Pergande Is the former Pamella Kenney, Ft. Dodge. The bride's colors of blue and white were carried out In the decorating theme. Mrs. Elmer Pergande, aunt of the groom, and the aunt of the bride, Ft. Dodge poured the coffee and dipped the punch from the decorated tea table with Jodie Pergande, Humboldt, at the guest book. Theresa Pergande, Renwick, and Diane Pergande, Lu- Verne, sister of the groom, and Mrs, Dennis Hefty, bridesmaid, of Webster City, were the gift Jagels, Wm, Goetsch, Ted Johnson, Thees Schnakenberg, all of LuVerne, and Herman Hanson, Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Pergande are at home in Eagle Grove where Mr. Pergande is employed at the Bob Wood Chevrolet garage. ROBO A ROIO Waih.d And Wax«d Auto It Mort Corrosion Rwlitant. Two Minutes Is All It Takos. ROIO Wash S, Phillips St., Algeria The bride's mother, Mrs, Bernard DeVllblss, Ft. Dodge, and the groom's mother, Mrs, John Pergande, LuVerne, were presented white and blue corsages. Also attending was the bride's sister, Kathy, of Ft, Dodge. Hostesses were Mesdames Orville Hurlburt, Howard Swanson, Wayne Warmbier, Edwin Hanselman, peder Hjelmeland, otto iii""iiiiiiiiiii>iNiiiiiiiiiiiilllll!llllllllllllll||||||||||||||||||!|!||||||ij| PORTLAND By Mri, Victor Flteh I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kain, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis, Emmetsburg, were Sunday evening visitors in the Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs, Everett Grosser, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Krug, West Bend, and Mrs. Florence Grosser and Gary, Burt, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Richard Grosser home In Burt in honor of the fifth birthday of Randy Lee Crosser: and also the birth-;' day of Richard Grosser. PLUMBING ™a HEATING REPAIRS-ALTERATIONS INSTALLATIONS I Fcom minor repairs to major alteratloni and Installations, our service Is fait, rail- able. Count on us. • GAS CONVERSIONS • KOHLER FIXTURES • MYERS PUMPS S& A PLUMBING & HEATING (Formerly Funk Plumbing * Heating) -^———————^i.^_ JCL Anticipates Roman Venture Roman costumes, language, and arts-these signs of ancient civilization are soon to be explored by the Junior Classical League (Latin Club) as they attend a convention in Washington High School, Cedar Rapids, on April 17. Sister Mary Sarita, PBVM, Latin teacher, and 39 of her students will embark on their escapade of past history ready to share what they have done in preparation for it. Mythology Book Attired in Roman costumes, they will display a book of mythology, models of Caesar's bridge, a Roman house, and a scroll and a book describing the daily life of the Romans. These all help carry out the theme, "Let us Cherish the Culture." Essays and poetry were written and sent in for judging before the contest. While attending the convention, there are many categories of contests for the young Romans. Students are entering mythology, Classes Acquire Valuable Lesson At State Hospital When you hear "Woodward," what comes to your mind? Before March 3 it didn't mean too much, but for Rev. Thomas Geelan's two Senior Religion classes it now has a little more behind it. As a part of their unit on mental illness, Father Geelan arranged for a tour of the Woodward State Hospital for the Mentally Retarded. The tour began with an introduction by Mrs. Joan Jones, followed by Visiting some wards and patients, and ended with a talk by Dr. Hussain and by Rev, John Kain. Many views of life were changed during the day. As one student said, "it makes you feel fortunate that you were born normal and makes you more aware of the unfortunate." For many it was hard to believe how friendly and unfearful of strangers the patients were. The tour seemed to bring every one to the realization that others have problems worse than ours. grammar and vocabulary, derivatives, and Roman life contests. Each year at the convention, new officers are elected for the next year's Classical League. This year, Bill Kohlhaas is pre- Sister Receives New Foot Attire paring to run for President. Along with the election and the many contests, there will be Olympics of various kinds that other students will participate in. With the help of bake sales, candy sales and Individual contributions, the Latin students are raising money for their step into the past. Btn«ficlol Trip Will the trip benefit the students? According to Sister Mary Sarita, "It will give them a keener insight into the value of the classical language and the culture that the Romans have given us as well as a lot of fun." Monday, March 29,1971 -Algono do.) Upptr Dei Molnti WE'LL PAT UNCLE SAM TO BRING US TOUR SAVINGS WE'LL PROVIDE the envelopes and the postage -to make saving by mall easy and convenient. Stop In, write or call us for the materials, to begin saving by mail. It will help you form the habit of saving regularly ... and earning more of our generous dividends! 5% on ReiuUr Paiibook Sivlnii (Compounded Quarterly) >-/ U I I " I 1 1 yields on savings °° " certificates 51* •'4 1 • V«j* ftertlfloitt S.vinn (11,000 Minimum) . n ., (110,000 Minimum) NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SAVING HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association Corntr of State ft Hartan Algjona, Iowa Senior Portrait Art Helps To Express Feelings Of Senior Girl Track Men Shape Up "Ohh! Ahhl" "Okay, c'mon, get the lead out! Pick up those feet!" Sound familiar? If not, try walking past the gym or looking out the windows after school. You'll see guys doing Students Taste Homemade Treat .only ones at Garrigan that have freak accidents. Evidently Sister Mary Eugene PBVM did not "watch her step" when she came off the bleachers after the Algona High vs. Garrigan game. A hidden pom-pom handle threw her off balance causing her to fall and chip a bone In her ankle, A cast has done the seemingly Impossible - slowed sister Eugene down. * * * Co-editors; Dorothy Frlderes, Jean Lappe. Make-up editor: Joan Degen. Headline editor: Bonnie Becker Proofreading editor; Marie Laubenthal. Feature editor; Diane Elbert. Reporters: Bonnie Becker, Joan Degen, Linda Elbert, Sandy Elbert, Marilyn Gengler, Bev Laubenthal, Marie Laubenthal, Francine O'Brien. Photographer: Tim Rooney. Advisor; Sister Patricia Drydyk, OSF. * * * What's really good at GHS these days? Homemade ice cream! What? Yes, Sister Janet's Foods Class tried their hand at Ice cream making last week. "O.K., you put In the cream and I'll get the sugar." "How many eggs should I add?" "Who's getting the snow?" "Snow in ice cream?" Gradually a concoction of eggs, sugar, cream, and milk became liquid ice cream and was poured Into a container. With help from a few pros (Bernadette Reilly and "visit- Biti n' Pieces ing Instructor Harley Kohlhaas)the container was slowly surrounded by snow and salt which allows the snow to melt. At the same time a"brrrrrrrrr" sound revealed that the ice cream maker was hard at work. For 20 minutes the apron-clad girls sat around the pros, waiting anxiously, asking questions, and adding snow. Suddenly the machine sounded a death cry, "br -brrr ,-br" but Harley assured them It was only the Ice cream becoming hard. A few minutes later, the result was tested by hungry visitors. "Mmmmmmmm good!" calisthenics or running as if their lives depended upon it. Actually, they're getting back in shape. A sure sign of the coming spring is track, and Coach Marion Battanl and his track team are working out every night in preparation for this year's rigorous schedule. Lament M**t The season officially started at Lamoni with an indoor meet on March 20, in which 12 members of the team participated. Chuck Cassel with smooth, long strides won the mile relay. Setting new records for GHS, were John Helnen as he cleared the 6' 1" high jump and the 20» long jump and Bryan Murphy who set a new shot put record of 47' 9 1/2". RMpcetabU Team Coach Battani, in his third year as head track coach, predicts a 'very respectable track team.' "i especially want to commend the senior boys, as every one of them came back from last year, schools can say Not too many that." when asked how many trophies he expects this season, Coach answered with confidence, "We are going to try for at least thirty." Editorial With brown hair, twinkling blue eyes, and a fjuick smile, Judy Fuoss makes anyone feel at ease. Judy's classes this year in-' elude art and clothing. She enjoys art because she can express her feelings. Right now she is working on a wood sculpture. So far she has scraped her hand while sanding and cut her finger while working on the electric planer. It looks as if Judy's life has its up and downs, good and bad days just like everyone else's. Driving Powtr "Once I get started I can't stop," says Judy as she refers to working on a project in clothing class, she has a driving power Inside her to stick to it until she's finished. She has just completed a vest and is getting ready to make a skirt, she's also looking forward to the style show coming up. Actlv* In Band Judy enjoys being in the band and going on band trips. Through all four years of high school she has added a lot toGarrigan's spirit by playing baritone at games and pep rallies. Among other things she also plays girls' intramurals. She likes to watch basketball as well as she likes to play it. Judy's goal in life is 'being myself ... and she seems to be doing alright! GHS Needs More Girls' Sports TT* D tlflltn 4WnA f~t -, m**-i »»i • A n 44 MM A_ _ .1 . __ _ . . We/denfioff Displays Art At the request of Mr. Miles Sloniker of the Weidenhoff Corporation, the Art Department has- set up a display of paintings there. A group of 20 paintings by Art II, in, and IV students will be shown on a rotation basis from now until the end of the year. Six of these are being displayed now. * * * Guest speakers, Mayor Bill Finn and Mr. Don Watkins, recently spoke on alcoholism and the psychology behind it in Rev. Thomas Geelan's senior religion classes. Mr. Watkins represents the North Central Alcoholism Research Foundation of Fort Dodge. He is devoting full time to programs for young people which are designed to create a better understanding of drinking and alcoholism. * * * Sister Mary Xavier's second period Bookkeeping class enjoyed a tour of The Security State Bank on March 10 with Mr. Fred Diekmann. The class observed posting, duplicating, change sorting machines and a photostatic x copier. An explanation of the drive-up window vaults and safety deposit boxes was also given, Each member received a pamphlet on "How to Save Time and Money with a Checking Account" to aid them in making their own transactions . Band members are once again preparing for the Band Ensemble Contest to be held April 3 at Sheldon, Iowa. Flute, clarinet, saxophone and brass quartets will compete. Mr. Rex Klinger, director, is accompanying these 15 musicians on the trip. * * * On the weekend of March 12-15, a Girl's Search was held at Cherokee, Iowa. Those attending ,from Garrigan were Marilyn Gengler, Mary Ilah McGuire, Coleen Reding, and Debbie Studer, "It was an experience that you can only express in feelings," explained Mary Ilah McGuire. It's true that Garrigan High School has a strong athletic department. Also, true is the fact that this department is orientated around boys' sports. Consider the options open to boys-baseball, golf, track, basketball, basketball intramurals, and football. The girls' sports program consists of intramural basketball. The idea that sports develop the individual both physically and mentally is common knowledge. Governor Robert D. Ray was Interviewed during the Boys' State Basketball Tournament in Des Moines. In his television conversation he brought out the point that sports give young people "the opportunity to work together." "There is a definite need for girls' sports at GHS because of the big turn-out for intra- murals," explaiuedphyslcaledu- Mrs. Patricia cation teacher, Foster. "I would not at all be opposed to girls' track or golf," commented Athletic Director, Mr Steve McCall. Are the girls Interested? A survey was taken among most you favor girls' sports here at Garrigan?" and "Would you participate?" an overwhelming majority answered, "Yes." As it stands now, Garrigan does not give the female students full opportunity to develop these traits. Therefore, we Choruses Prepare For Spring Easter is just around the corner and the GHS choral department is ready and waiting, On Palm Sunday, April 4, the Concert Chorus will present an Easter Concert. They will sing "Gloria" which is a 75-page work composed by Antonio Vivaldi, a major composer. The concert will be"neld In the Garrigan gyro at 8p.m. and is open to the public. Also in the Choral Department, the Garrigan Swing choir, a group of 25 students that does a variety of choral selections with some dance steps added, Is busy entertaining at various functions, On April 14, they will perform for st. Cecelia's Mother- Daughter Banquet, Then on April 24, the Swing choir will travel to St. Edmonds In Fort Dodge to sing at the Annual CYO Award Day.

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