Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1971
Page 13
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Five Swea City Students Qualify For State Contest Swea City Speech Team * * * SWEA CITY - The second try lor the district speech contest at Klemme was a success after the weather postponed the first trip. There were sixteen contestants from Swea city. Those participating were Evelyn Person, Sheila Eggerth,KarolMortensen, Steve Sougstad, Susan Patterson, Chuck Van Norman, Dianne Richardson, Louise Smith, Larry Rock, Lynda Larson, Royce Val- vick, Walece Kracht, Jean Langerman, Debbie Guinn, Larry Hansen and Vonda Hansmann. The judging was different this year. Each center had only one judge. The contestants were not rated. They were either certified for state or not certified. Five students from Swea City were certified. When they go the state speech contest, which will be held at Cherokee, they Five Swea City itudenti qualified for the state ipeeeh eonfeit under the direction of two faculty lupervlion. Front, from lefti Larry Hcmien, Susan Patterson, Wallace Kracht; and back, from left. Royce Valvlclc, Mrs. Lyle Hansen (director) and Mrs. Brenda Colegrove (assistant director). will have three Judges and will be rated. The five students going to state are Walece Kracht, interpretive prose; Larry Rock, radio announcing; Royce Valvick, oratorical, "Modern Jonah"; Susan Patterson, humorous, "The Arithmetic Lesson"; and Larry Hansen, humorous, "Noah." The speech contestants were under the direction of their de- clam coaches, Mrs. Lysle Hansen and Mrs. Brenda Colegrove. Ex-LuVerne Man Officiates At State Tourney LUVERNE - Maynard Henderson, Cedar Falls, son of Mrs. Minnie Henderson, LuVerne, was one of the officials during the Class AA basketball game between Ottumwa and Davenport West Saturday night in Des Moines. Mr. Henderson is agraduateof LuVerne High School and during his high school days was very active in sports, especially basketball. - o Darrell Jagels, son of the Otto Jagels, is a patient at Bethesda General Hospital, Ft. Dodge, where he underwent emergency surgery last Wednesday. Mrs. Herb Kaiser is convalescing at home following foot surgery at Mason City. She is able to get around with the aid of crutches. Mr. and Mrs. John Pergande and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Trimble, Cherokee. We Go in the Hole to Make Money :^ • • " *W8 Area Couple Visit New York Recently PLUM CREEK-DOAN - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham left from the Waterloo airport March 12 and flew to Chicago where they visited Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Watkins. From Chicago the Cunningham's flew to New York City to spend a week visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham and Michele. Highlights of the week in New York City included the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Attending the stage play Promises, Promises, and a helicopter ride from Flushing Airport to Spring Valley with the Cunningham's son piloting the copter. From Spring Valley they returned to the George Cunningham home by way of West Point. After flying from New York City to Waterloo Monday, March 22, the Cunninghams visited several relatives there and completed their trip home Tuesday. - o MEN'S NIGHT The annual Men's Night of the Doan Federated Woman's Study Club was held Wednesday, March 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz. Twenty-two members and husbands attended as well as five guests. Following a buffet dinner which was served by the social committee, a short business meeting was held. Roll Call, My Favorite Radio or T.V. program and Why was answered by all attending. Mr. Roger Wil- son representing the Operation Drug Alert program, Mr. Armin Lauck, administrator of the Good Samaritan Home and Chief of Police Rich Groen, presented a very informative program on drug abuse. A question and answer period followed. The evening was concluded with coffee and lunch. - o HAVE HOUSE WARMING Several friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shipler Sunday for a housewarming party. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinga, Mr. and Mrs. Don Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heesch, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur ChristensenandMr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover. The self- invited guests brought the lunch. The evening was spent playing 500 and prizes were awarded to high and low scorers. A' cash gift was presented to the Ship- lers at the close of the evening. - o - WSCS MEETS Mrs. Ross Struthers served as hostess to the Doan United Methodist WSCS in her home Monday, March 22. This meeting was to have been held Thursday, March 18 but was postponed due to the weather. Mrs. Paul Hansen led the eight members attending in devotions. The lesson entitled "Change Means Risk to Young Adults" was participated in by most of those attending. A memorial for Mrs. Ruth Sparks was sent to Missions. An officers work-study day will be held in Buffalo Center Tuesday, March 30. plans were begun for the annual Mothers' Day tea which is scheduled for May 6. - o ATTEND FUNERAL Several Doan and plum Creek residents attended funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Sparks March 16 at the Blake Funeral Home in Wesley. The Doan W.S.C S. served lunch at the Wesley United Methodist church following the burial. - o Recent callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain have Kosjuth County Advance - 3 Monday, March 29, 1971 been Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Kain and family. Smartly etyled RCA Clock Radio wakes you to music Wake to music or buzzer alarm. Sleep switch. 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