Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1971 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1971
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To Girls State June 7 Maria Waite, Paula Berkland, Heidie Krause and Debbie Zumach, all Juniors at the Sentral Community High School at Fenton, are pictured left to right above, at the American Legion Golf Course in Fort Dodge where they attended an indoctrination session prior to the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State to be held June 7 through the 13th. Heidie. is being sent to Girls State by the Kerr-Hammerstrom Unit of Lone Rock and Paula by the Ranney-Weisbrod Unit, Fenton. Maria and Debbie are alternates. Mrs. John Waite, Fenton, accompanied by Mrs. Rosa Harson, Lone Rock, took the girls to the afternoon session which was conducted by Mrs. Vincent Stangle, 8th District Auxiliary President. Former Girl-Starters and Department officers were present to "brief the girls. } ] ) AROUND ALGONA By Judy (Venteicher) Ccmoday HOME FROM TOUR Mr. and Mrs. John Pendergast have had their daughter, Rosemary, home since May 9 from the Eugene O'Neill Memorial Foundation In Waterford, Conn., where she was a student with the Theatre Institute. Here she studied with a theatre education group and toured New England with the play "Disintegration of James Cherry" by Jeff Wanshel, for which she designed the costumes. The closing performance.of the play was off- Broadway in New York. Rosemary likes the company touring Idea, and hopes to get into act- Ing. Her stay in Algona is indefinite. - o - WEEKEND'IN. DES MOINES Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf went to Des Moines Friday, May 14, to spend the weekend with her daughter, Carmen Anderson, Laurie and Dale. Saturday she attended Laurie's dance recital at the KRNT theatre, and Sunday was Laurie's ninth birthday. It was spent at the Charity Horse Show at the state fairgrounds. Mrs. Wellendorf returned home Monday, May. 17. - o - HERE FOR PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dahlgren were visited Sunday, May 16, by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buhr of Faribaidt, Minn., former residents of Algona and manager of the Sears store. They spent the day at Smith Lake and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. DeWain DeRoos, Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Schiek and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simpson.-. - • ' - o - BUSY WEEKEND Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal had a weekend visit from their daughter, Ginny, who is attending school at Ames. Their daughter Marilyn, who is Mrs. Guy Ste-* vens, and her daughter Krista, came Thursday May 20, and will be joined in a week by her husband. The family then went Sunday, May 23, to the graduation of the Deal's son, Bill, at Warrensburg, Mo. - o - HOME FOR VISIT Chief Signalman Robert Johnson left last Sunday, May 16, after spending two weeks in Algona visiting his mother, Mrs. Ethel Johnson, his brother, Darrell Johnson, and sister, Mrs. Raymond Byrne. Robert is stationed at the Great Lakes where he is an instructor. - o - SUNDAY VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt of Algona were visited Sunday, May 16, by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Matera of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe Hansen of Fenton spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Algona. - o - NEW EMPLOYMENT Lynn Alspach of Algona, formerly employed in the office of Algona Implement, is now bookkeeper at the Algona Bookkeeping and Tax Service located in the office of the Algona Insurance Agency. - o - BRIDGE CLUBS Mrs. Ann Hansen hosted a bridge club Wednesday, May 19, with Ruth Cook winning high. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew is holding bridge club ( lay, Monday, at her home. - o- NOGOLF ' The Ladies Golf Association was unable to hold their weekly tournament Wednesday, May 19, due to the weather. LuVerne Girl Is Recipient Of ISU Scholarship LUVERNE (Special) - Connie Hefty, LuVerne, an upperclassman at Iowa State University, has been awarded a $100 journalism alumni scholarship for study in home economics journalism. The. scholarship was one "of 30" awarded by the school's Department of Journalism and Mass Communications for the 1971-72 academic year. They're Back.. .Opening Tuesday Nite, May 25! The Incomparable Colleagues You've Heard About Them — See Them For The Next Few Weeks - AVOID THE CROWDS - COME VISIT US DURING THE WEEK - Enjoy The Finest Food In North Iowa SPEND A FUN FILLED WEEKEND WITH USI Per Room A Nite CIA Per Couple Only ^ 11 Children Undtr 1] Pree Whan Using lame Peclllrlu • INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL • SAUNA BATH • DINING •DANCING Alumnus To Speak At W. Bend Commencement WEST BEND (Special)-Fifty- one seniors will be graduated from West Bend Community High School Monday evening, May 24. Supt. Earl W. Stevens announces that a 1930 graduate of the high school will be returning to deliver the commencement address. He is Dr. Alvin T. Maberry, presently from Nashville, Tenn. Dr. Mayberry is director of services to pastors and district superintendents of the general board of education of the United Methodist Church. He has served in this post since Sept. 1 of last year. Prior to that he held the position of district superintendent of the Council Bluffs district of the United Methodist Church. He has served as minister to a number of Iowa churches since 1942. Graduation activities were to begin Sunday, May 23, at 8 p.m. with the baccalaureate sermon being delivered by Rev. W. C. Ostermeier of Peace Lutheran Church of West Bend. The vocal music department will provide music during the program with selections by the mixed chorus and chamber choir. Barbara Schellhammer will be at the organ for the prelude, processional and recessional. Monday evening's program will also begin at 8 p.m. with the processional of the graduation class accompanied by the concert band under the baton of Charles Cant- rail. Supt. Stevens will present the speaker, Dr. Maberry, who will speak on the topic "On To The Moon." Also on the program will be Principal Donald L, Holland who will present the honor students from the class of 1971. Mr. Holland will also present the class to John 0. Montag, president of the board of education, who will present diplomas to the graduating seniors. Special music, the National Anthem and the recessional will be played by the concert band. The 1971 graduating class has chosen, "We've only Just begun" for Its motto. The class flower is the red rose and class colors are Columbia Blue and royal blue. • Those-listed on the class, roll l are Bruce Andersen, Dennis'And- erson, Douglas Baade, 'Diane Baas, Kathy Banwart, Marilyn Banwart, Marilyn Rasmussen Banwart, Susan Banwart, Lynda Besch, Jerome Bleuer, Susanne Bole, Dwight Boisen, David Bruellman, Mona Bruellman, Willa Campbell, Patricia Cargin, Terry Cole, Jim Crawford, Debbie Edgington, Daniel Fehr, Christine Frohling (deceased), Wayne Fuerstenau, Ronald Fuchsen, Franklin carton, Grant Gearhart, Gary Gingerlch. Marlene Hanselman, Craig Hoskins, Gloria Hubbell, Thomas Jackson, Kirsi Kaukola, Gayle Knecht, Pamela Ludwig, William Mader, George Merrill, Peter Mertz, Allan Metzger, Marlene Metzger, Keith Montag, Luann Montag, Roger Montag, Theresa Montag, Christa Prentice, Sherry Roupe, Patricia Sewell, Simon Simonson, Katherine Smith, Dennis Struecker, Michael Traub, Nicholas Von Bank and Janice Wilcoxon. HOW? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! May Breakfast Held By U.P.W. At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - The United PresbyterUta Women of Lone Rock held their annual May breakfast at 9 a.m. May 6 with U. P. W. honorary members as guests. Tables were beautifully decorated for the occasion with potted geraniums and petunia plants of assorted colors. Individual favors were miniature pots of flowers. Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom was in charge of the program entitled, "This is May". Opening devotions were given by Mrs. Milton Madison. Mrs. Hammer- Strom showed slides and informally talked on "Ideas for Doers" with the use of fresh and dried flowers. Breakfast hostesses were Mrs. Eldin Marlow, Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Ida Schultz and Mrs. Georgia Marlow. Mrs. Dave Weber and Mrs. Albert Shaser were welcoming hostesses. LADIES AID MEETS The Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Lotts Creek church parlors Friday afternoon, May 14. Mrs. Tom Schuller was in charge of the opening devotions. Mrs. Ray Laabs and Mrs. Walter Otto jointly led the mission topic. The main topic, "A Look at Family Devotions" was led by pastor Walter otto. At the business meeting that followed a donation of $10 was voted to be sent to Concordia College, St. Paul to be used towards the purchase of draperies. A donation of $25 was also voted to be given towards the college fund of Mike Wold of Fenton. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Harold Wolter and Mrs. Leo Wood. Flower committee ' for the month of May are Mrs. Ray Laabs and Mrs. Duane Lieb. Mrs. Wilfred Radig and her mother Mrs. Rosa Rahmstock of Lakota spent Monday at Boone where they visited Mrs. Laura Penny at Mac's Nursing Home. Mrs. penny, formerly of Lakota has lived with her daughter Helen Mrs. Hugh Gordon at Boone for the past six years. Last October Mrs. Penny suffered a stroke which had paralized her right side. Mrs. Radig and Mrs. Rahmstock also visited with Mrs. Helen Gordon and Mrs. Ralph Sturdevant at the Gordon home. Mrs. Sturdevant has returned to Iowa since the death of her husband in California and at present is staying with Mrs. Gordon. LOCALS MRS. HARRY Barton entered St. Ann hospital Friday, May 14 for x-rays and tests, on Tuesday she was taken to see a specialist in Mason City, but was returned to St. Ann where she remains. MR. AND MRS. John Hood are the parents of their fourth child, a girl, born May 18 at St. Ann hospital. She has not been named at this writing, and weighed six pounds 10 3/4 oz. She has two sisters and a brother at home. Mr. and Mrs. William Hood and Mr. Dale Auld of Kernville, Calif, are the grandparents. MRS. JOSEPH Smith, Brad, Larry and Kendra are here for a few days visiting the grandparents, the Vic Garmans and Mrs. Bridget Smith. The Smiths arc from Ames. MRS. RUSSELL COLE and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Vernon Cole, Dawn and Vernon jr., went to Independence, Mo. last weekend to attend an open house for Mrs. Mary Reynolds, who was 90. Mrs. Reynolds is the grandmother ofMr.RussellCole. They also attended the graduation exercises for a nephew of Mrs. Cole, Edward Anderson at Leon, Kossufh County Advance - 5 Monday, May 24, 1971 Iowa, Monday evening. MR. AND MRS. Melvin Sifert attended a reception for Tom Eisenbarth at Livermore Thursday evening, held at the Clarence Eisenbarth home. Tom is a 1971 graduate of Twin Rivers at Bode. MICHAEL MC ENROE has arrived home from Loras College for the summer with his parents ,the Louie McEnroes. Mike will be a junior next year. Tom and Mike Black, sons of the Stanley Blacks, who also attend Loras are also home. WEEKEND GUESTS ofthe Paul Lemkees were Mrs. Lemkee's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Steeves of St. Cloud, Minn., also her brother, Paul Jensen of Princeton, Minn. On Sunday they all attended the wedding of an uncle Ernest Lauritzen to Iris Kramer of Evanston, HI., in Armstrong. •^•i I I I 1/2 PRICE FABRIC SALE HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF BONDED ACRILANS AND POLYESTER KNITS FURTHER REDUCED. CHRISCHILLES • e,s> • • FARM-HE Providing insurance for farmen and ranchers Is a very special task. It takes a full knowledge of their special needs and unique problems. It means keeping up to date with •II kinds of. insurance available. And being able to offer the exact protection required. Who's most qualified to offer this service? Search everywhere under the sun and you'll probably agree: There's no on* more qualified thin your State Farm agent offering Farm-Pnk orotectlon. ALFRED "BUCK" BUCHNER ITMI MIM INIURANCI If Aft fArtM flfft AND CASUAL IY COMPANY HOMtUfFICt: BLOOMINOTON, IUINOII from Chrischilles' Sun time is fun time and Chris- chilles' can help you to a free and easy summer . . . cool-as-a- cucumber sportswear looks for patio, poolside or lake and camping outings. We have 'em in the new shorts plus cover-up for the eye-catching look. Lots and lots of tops, plus a wonderful selection of granny dresses too. 'The holidays are ahead — and Chrischilles' is so very handy. Our Sportswear Department Is Brimming With "Sun" Ideas I "Serving The Area For Over 100 Yean"

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