Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1971 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 17, 1971
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8 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 17, 1971 Three Teachers Signed For Burf School BURT - The Burt board of education approved the contracts of Carol Edwards, Patricia Murray and Susan Peterson for positions on the Burt faculty for the 1971-72 school year Monday night. Miss Edwards, Storm Lake, who will teach grade three the next year, is a graduate of the Alta, la. high school and the University of Northern Iowa. Miss Murray, Lawler, la., will teach grade four, is a graduate of Turkey Valley High School and the University of Northern Iowa. Miss Peterson, whose home town is Ellsworth, graduated from South Hamilton at Jewell and is also a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa. She will teach grade six. In other action Monday night the Burt board of education approved the senior list for graduation, pending the students meeting all requirement? for graduation. Meeting with the board were four members of the Burt town council regarding the summer instrumental music and recreation programs. Council members agreed that the town would pay for the electricity used in lighting the school athletic field for all school or organized community group activities. They also agreed to pay electricity used to light the school outdoor basketball and tennis courts. It was decided that use of the athletic field must be cleared with the school in advance. The council also agreed to give cash support to summer instrumental music and boys'and girls' athletic recreation programs. In other action, the school board approved the school's volunteering to assist at the Peter Pan School and the Helping Hand Center in Burt. This will be done through the F.T.A. under the supervision of Mrs. Nancy Steele.. Schedules for volunteer student week have been worked out by Principal Ron Foelske to the mutual advantage of the two centers and the students. This is strictly volunteer work and there will be no pay involved. - o - HONOR "RUTHS" The past and present "Ruths" were presented and honored at the May meeting of Kossutt Chapter Eastern Star held at the chapter hall Tuesday night. Each was presented an Eastern Star pen, a gify from the Worthy Matron and Patron, Frances and Kenneth Sarchet. Guests attended from the Algona chapter. Several members reported on visitations to Mason City May 1, and to Des Moines May 8, where Grand Chapter officers exemplified the initiatory work. A social time followed the closing of the chapter meeting. Refreshments were served by the Dean Andrews and the Don Pattersons. The next meeting will be held June 8 with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmgren as hosts for the fellowship hour. All past Matrons and past Patrons will be honored at this meeting. - o - JANICE CIRCLE Members of the Janice circle, W.S.C.S., will meet at Cunninghams' Cafe for a 6:30 dinner Wednesday. The regular monthly meeting will follow the dinner with Ruby Hinckley and Marlene Davis presenting devotions and program on MWorJd without Work." Roll call will be "Mother." - o Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis entertained at a barbecue supper Mother's Day. Guests included his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Davis and Todd, Algona. Mrs. William Scarr, Long Beach, Calif., was a guest Monday and Tuesday at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMullen. The ladies are cousins. READ THE WANT ADSI ? C !tft. '.filteaK were Tom Chesher, Sioux City and Jack Johnson, Swea City, cousins of the bride, Robert Bierle, Maryville, Mo., brother of the groom and Gary Laabs of Lone Rock, cousin of the groom. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the church social hall for 325 guests who were registered by Miss Jean Mennenga, Cedar Falls. Miss Linda Thoen and Mrs. Barry Moen, Clear Lake, served the punch. Mrs. Robert Chesher, Sioux City and Mrs. Walter Dacken, Lone Rock, poured coffee and the wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Wallace Johnson, Swea City and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Fenton. All four are aunts of the bride and groom. Mr. and'Mrs. Reuben Holcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson were dining room hosts and hostesses. The bride graduated from Swea City High School and has completed her junior year at Mankato State College. The groom graduated from Sentral High and United Electronic Institute and is employed by Northern Petrochemical Co. in Morris, 111. They are now at home in Joliet, 111. Shower For Karma Jean Johnson Weds Randall Bierle At Swea City Judy At , Karma Jean Johnson and Randall E. Bierle were united in marriage on May 1 in Immanuel Lutheran Church at Swea City. Pastor Julius L. Peterson officiated at the 3 p.m. double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Johnson of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle, Fenton. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Julius Peterson, organist. Miss Mary Jo Swanson, friend of the bride, sang Because and The Wedding Prayer. Miss Carol Peterson, Mankato, Minn., college friend of the bride, played a cello solo "A Time For Us". The bride, escorted to the al- tar by her father, was attended by LaDene Brandt of Swea City, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Susan Bierle and Debra Bierle, Fenton, sisters of the groom; Alma Jo Johnson and Mrs. Terry Brekke of Cedar Falls. Miss Susan Stille of Minneapolis and Mrs. William Formanick of Forest City, college friends, were the bride's personal attendants. Mr. Kent Vaudt of Camp polk, La., was best man. Groomsmen were Duane Seegebarth, Lone Rock; Gene Hartman, Lone Rock; Terry Brekke, Cedar Falls and Ronnie Dacken of Storm Lake. Rodney Bierle, brother of the groom, was ring bearer. Ushers LIVERMORE - A bridal shower was held Monday evening May 10 in the parish hall at Sacred Heart church, honoring Judy Marso, bride elect of Doug Logue. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marso of Humboldt and Doug is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue of Fort Dodge former of Livermore. Patrice Logue registered the pests and a welcome was given by Mrs. T. D. Rossing. Corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother and Mrs. Logue. other family guests included Mrs. Ernest Logue, Mrs. Don Logue of Humboldt and Mrs. Charles Logue of Algona. Each guest had been asked to N.-mcj/'CJujrlflon David Holcomb t-i'flhm- Kttihij Jortfensen VonJa ilansmann Mechai CU G'Km! Jim BttHerfi'eU Phil Best Wishes From These Jane. Wtgner David Richardson Loren BramU Manj Schrsndf ••^_^____ Farmers Co-op Elevator Swea City State Bank Anderson Electric Linde Implement -—-"——— iTTTMm _ •*»«MM^M»J»L^»^»»^i.i .' Van Norman Drug Wischmeyers Grocery bring her own wedding picture and those were enjoyed by everyone. Hostesses for the shower were members of the Deal and Chat bridge club. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bob Wonderly for cards and to Mrs. Charles Logue who won the door prize. Punch was served as the bride to be opened her gifts and a dessert lunch concluded the evening. The wedding date for the young couple has been set for June 12 at St. Mary's Catholic church in Humboldt and they will live in Ames where Mr. Logue attends college. -o- CATHOLIC GUILD Ladies Guild met in the parish hall of the Sacred Heart church Tuesday with president Mrs. Al Lenertz conducting the business meeting. Mrs. Gilligan and her Circle were in charge of entertainment and refreshments. Cards were played with Mrs. Arnold Kellner winning the high prize. * * * HAS ACCIDENT Mike Rosenau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosenau is a patient at the Humboldt Memorial hospital. While helping to unload some milk cartons at the creamery where he is employed, some of them fell striking him on his shoulder, spraining some muscles and tendons. * * * The W. S, C. S. met at the Methodist church Wednesday with Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mrs. Dick Schultz as hostesses. The president, Mrs. Dale Joiner conducted the business meeting. Roll call was "Ancestral Backgrounds". Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg gave the devotions and lesson. Lunch was served after the meeting. Mrs. Genevieve Weydert entertained the 500 card club Tuesday at her home. At cards Mrs. Harry Rutz won high, Mrs. Dale Joiner second high. Mrs. Ona Beers was a guest. Lunch was served after cards. Mrs. Marcia Berryhill drove, to Jackson, Minn., Saturday to spend Mothers Day with her daughter Marcia and family, the Tom Garmens. The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller Wednesday. President Mrs. Miller conducted the business meeting, gave the devotions and read a selection from the "Upper Room". Mrs. Mayme Scott acted as secretary. A motion was made to sell Mrs. Miller one of the larger Sunday School chairs. Mrs. Violet Frederick was in charge of the "Least Coin" and also gave the lesson. Lunch was served by Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Raymond Berte entertained the Contract Bridge club at her home Monday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Carmen Wagner won high, Mrs. Mayme Scott second high and Mrs. Jessamine Miller the Bingo prize. Mrs. Dale Joiner and Mrs. Scott were guests. Trudy Rossing spent several days in the Humboldt Memorial hospital last week where she had surgery on her right hand. nimiifflnfliiii TITONKA By Mrs. Alfred Boade Mothers Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Martha Schutter were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schutter and family, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and family, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schutter and family. Graduation 46 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE — 28 YEARS IN ALGONA Watches at DEAN'S Raised hour markers on o champagne or blue dial. 17 jewels. $40. Tailored 17 Jewel timepiece with sweep second, luminous dial. W 17 jewel precision encased In 14K solid gold Sllvertone dial $79. \ Proudly Presents Its new graduation suits, sport coats & accessories Completely new spring selections now on disploy at Diamond's - | ar ge variety of styles in sizes 10 to 50 for the well-dressed young man. And be sure to browse through Diamond's for the following quality accessories at reasonable prices . WEMBLEY TIES . . . MANHATTAN SHIRTS . . • HANES SOCKS . . . ASHER SLACKS . • . HIGGINS SLACKS , , , LEE SLACKS WRANGLER SLACKS . . . FREEMAN AND CALUMET SHOES . . . GANT SHIRTS ARNOLD PALMER SWEATERS . . . BLOCK SHIRTS . . . MCGREGOR SHIRTS AND SLACKS . . . HANES UNDERWEAR • •

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