Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1971 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 26, 1971
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V. ft BEAR facte... \ 4- Bam! Patter-patter! whish! Thursday, April 22, tennis players hit the road for Fort Dodge. Here eleven girls, under the direction of Mrs. Pat Foster, showed their tennis abilities by competing against girls from St. Edmond's. GHS Heelan High School had their welcome mats laid out Tuesday, April 20. Garrigan's chamber Singers entertained the students and were met with enthusiastic response. GHS Happiness is a free day! April 23 found GHS students relieved from the world of books. But the teachers didn't have it so easy. They attended a teachers' meeting in Carroll. GHS Garrigan students did their part Friday in keeping the scene green. Volunteers met at 1:30 p.m. to help with Operation Junk- GHS Many new faces were in evidence Tuesday, April 20. Seventh and eighth graders from the five parishes gathered in the audi- Janet Origer and Annette Gilbride torium for choral practice. They entertained at the non-public school rally Sunday. GHS The first annual Secretarial Seminar was held in Mason City Friday. Attending from GHS was the secretarial class. Accompanying them was Mrs. Henry Elbert, school secretary. GHS The Coffee House slide contest drew to a close Monday, April 26. This contest was open to several of the English classes. GHS "We dare to be different when being different is right." So said the seniors as they chose their class motto. With purple and pink as their colors, the senior flower is the orchid. St. Joan of Arc is the patron saint. GHS Open house Thursday helped many people realize that Garrigan has much to offer the community. GHS Ponderance: "What you have experienced, no power on earth can take from you." ACTION ATA.H.S. Congratulations to the new Pep Club officers: Pat Lierley, president; Jeanne Dau, vice president; Marlene 'Mtirz, secretary; Martha Gilbert, treasurer; and Jenny Limbaugh and Lori Peter, poster committee chairmen. AHS Those newly run-off, fresh, clean hand-outs in philosophy class sure smell "good" don't they, Rich?!! AHS Those tape recorders in government never seem to work when you need them! mmmmmmmmmmmmmm Two Algerians Assist With Spec. Olympics Tom Arend and Jim Walker, juniors majoring in physical education . at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, will assist in the Special Olympics for the trainable, mentally retarded children in the North-West District of Iowa, Saturday, April 24, in Sioux City. Sponsored by the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation, the Special Olympics offers a new dimension to the retarded, where he or she can improve in school, Last Friday school was dis-' missed early because of a teachers' meeting. They are gathering materials for a self- examination of our school. AHS This Friday is the annual Honors Banquet for those students in the top IQ% of your class. AHS This week is "Earth Week". What have you done to help clean up America? AHS in the home and on the job through athletic competition. Winners of the District meets will compete in the state Olympics in Des Moines, Tuesday, May 11. Tom and Jim have both been working in Special Education with the trainable mentally retarded children of Woodbury County for their junior independent study. At the North-West District meet, they will assist in the Special Olympics by helping with the 50-yard dash. Tom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Arend and Jim is the • son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Walker, both of Algona. READ THE WANT ADSJ Come in let's talk about your credit needs 295-2763 7)6 S. PHILUPS ST. ALGONA, IOWA Portland Progress Club Hears About Mail Fraud PORTLAND - The Portland Progress Club met April 15 in the home of Ruth Nauman. The meeting was called to order by Sarah Stewart, vice chairman, in the absence of chairman Florence Koestler. Fourteen members answered roll call with a Bible verse with the word Easter in it. Hazel Steven was in charge of the program, "Mail Fraud." Hilma Carlson had fun time and Eva Shipler, Vera Fitch and Esther Shipler won prizes. Eva Shipler received a gift from her secret sister. The next meeting will be held in the home of Sarah Stewart in Burt May 20 with Eva Shipler assistant hostess. Ruth Nauman and June Sparks will be in charge of fun time. - o Somner parsons had surgery on his hip April 13 at Rochester, Minn. He is getting along fine and is beginning to have therapy. Mrs. Parsons has been with him the past week but came home this Wednesday. Mrs. Parsons sister, Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock was up for the same surgery, but was delayed as she had a touch of bladder trouble. ' Miss Marie Krueger of Kansas city, Mo. spent a week here visiting her mother Mrs. Ann Krueger and her brother Lawrence Krueger. Mrs. Ann Krueger and Miss Marie Krueger went to Whittemore Tuesday to visit Mrs. Krueger's sister Mrs. Freda Zimmerman. They stopped in Algona for Dora Riggert, another sister, she accompanied them toWhitte- more. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Krueger and Marie called on Mrs. Martha Drager in Algona. Nancy AckermanofEstherville, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scharn and Teresa of Lytton, Mr. and Mrs. Eualan Schuller and family of Titonka spent the day and were dinner guests in the Earl Ackerman home a week ago Sunday in honor of Mrs. Dale Scharn's birthday. Mr and Mrs. Ray Goche en- ained in their home last Sunday in honor of their 8-year-olddau- Pter Joan's first communion. Quests during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Hilray Markfort and Januly of St. cloud, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Menke and ' family of Bancroft. Mr. Hilary Markfort was her godfather, and Mrs. Harold Menke her godmother, other guests were Joseph Markfort, Foley, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goche of Bancroft, Jan Erpelding, St. Joe, Jerry Robert of Lake Mills, Dave Salz °* St. joe and Anthony and Angle Boeckholt of Titonka. Mrs. George Koestler and Mrs. Earl Ackerman returned home Monday night after spending about a week around Duluth, Minn., visiting Mrs. Koestler's relatives. They visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovstad of Esko, near Duluth, and a cousin and wife Mr. and Mrs. Tore Syzerson of Oslo, Norway, who are here on a vacation and business trip. They also visited two brothers of Mrs. Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lovstad and family at Esko, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lovstad and family of Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, Early-ln-The-Week T/2 Cans ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••••••B These Specials Good Mon. - Wed., April 26 - 28 Hunt's 4% APRICOTS 0 Elf TOMATO SOUP. Elf Crackers SALTINES-1*:** Jeno's Frozen Hamburger DI77A Ea KUC or Sausage • lfcfcH^_____ Hamm's DEC D 12 Pack Cans Hunt's Tomato Juice."° Bondware •• ^^ 59 C Flavorite Brown or Powdered SUGAR KountryKist L gg M Sweet Potatoes f 15 Pk9 . OOc Paper Plates Chipped Beef Hormel's Little Sizzlers Pkq. HOOD'S SUPER UALU Algona, Iowa WITH THIS COUPON Kraft Miracle Whip quart jar 29c w '*h $5 grocery order Hood's, Algonq, thry Wed., April 28 Paula and Brenda visited in the home of Mrs. Harm's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family of Lone Rock last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ann Krueger and Miss Marie Krueger of Kansas city, Mo. visited Mrs. Hazel Ruse last Friday. Miss Krueger left Sunday for her home in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and family visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Sr. of Lone Rock and grandmother Mrs. Fraukaschadendorf last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frauka Schadendorf just returned from a three months visit in Southern, Calif., where she has a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller and family spent the day visiting her sister Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larsen and family of Windom, Minn., a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Saturday evening visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mrs. June Sparks returned Saturday afternoon after being gone a week. Mrs. Sparks spent Easter Sunday and was an overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Young at Traer. Leaving Monday she drove to Bettendorf where she spent the week visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sparks and Brandi. Victor Fitch has been going about on crutches after injuring his back a few days ago. Morton's Builders of Charles City came Monday morning to begin to build a pole cattle barn on the Robert Wood farm. Kosjufh County Advance - 3 Monday, April 26, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, Irvington, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Joe Loebachhome. Bryant 4th-5th Grades Present Musical Apr. 28 "Around the World with Song", a Spring Musicale, will be presented by the 4th and 5th grade students of the Bryant School on Wednesday, April 28. The public is cordially invited to attend the program which will be given in the Bryant gym starting at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Cheryl Cherland is the music instructor. New show in town. Our Dress Carnival starring rib knits. Triacetate/polyester pants dress, elastlcized waist. Turquoise, pink, or yellow; 5 »<> 1 3- $* O Triacetate/polyester with keyhole neckline. Blue, yellow, or. pink; 10 to 18. $ 10 New Pant Dresses from $13 to $25 Special Early Openings This Week On Penney's Balcony! Coffee will be served to early shoppers from 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. Tuesday thru Saturday on our balcony. We invite you to stop in \ Sale 3 19 Reg. $4. Penn-Prest® polyester/ cot ton gowns and baby doll pajamas. Trimmed with lace and embroidery. Some prints, some solids. All in pretty pastels. For misses sizes. Full length pajamas. Reg. $5. Now 3.99 tnmcnff

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