Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1971 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 31, 1971
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"I see by the Advance..." — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — ST. BENEDICT CDA St. Benedict Court No. 1599 of C D of A, at their May 20th meeting, elected the following officers: Regent - Delores Bormann; First Vice Regent - Florence Grandgenett; Second Vice Regent - Judy Ann Rosenmeyer; Financial secretary - Carol Lucl- wig; Treasurer - Ramona Arndorfer; Recording secretary - Ruth Grc-in; Monitor JoAnn Ferstl; Lecturer - Virginia Hudspeth; Organist- Luella Lickteig; trustees, 6 yr. - Mary Lou Ludwig, 4 yr. - Marie Recker, 2 yr. - Loretta Grein. The Court will sponsor Mary Harig of LuVerne for the 4-H God and Country Award. Virginia Hudspeth, Lecturer, read an article on "False Faces". Lunch was served by the committee which was headed by Donna Hilbert. The next meeting will be held June 17 and there will be an Installation of Officers. BATON RECITAL Kristine Wilcox presented her baton pupils in a recital Saturday, May 22, with mothers and other guests attending. Participating were Tami Dahlgren, Kristy Plaehn, Robyn Thorsen, Marcy White, Jo Dettman, Linda Buchner, Barb Funk, Katherine Jameson, Debbie Thill, Tina Ristau, Perlene Roethler, Michelle Reilly, Jody Wilcox, Kendra Thilges, Karen Wilcox, Kristin Kaduce, Kay Kollasch, Brenda Helmers, Lynn Baldwin, Jean Detrick, Laurie Schaaf, Dee Dee McCall. Refreshments were served. The girls presented Kristine with roses. OES POTLUCK A potluck supper will be held at the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening, June 1, at 6 p.m., honoring the Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy Grand patron, and with the Eastern Star members of Algona attending. Many outside chapters have been invited to attend the meeting and program which will follow. graduation ceremonies. 'Bil' Farnham, son of the Dale Farnhams is presently employed by the American Can Co. and is a sales representative in the Peoria, m. area. After spending the Memorial Day weekend here at the homes of their respective families, Mr. and Mrs. Bil Farnham will go to Burlington where they will be living. LADIES GOLF The Ladies Golf Association held their weekly meeting Wednesday, May 26, and the event was low putt. The committee of two for the day was Sharon Cowan and Jean Rooney. Winners were: Class A - Nyda Kolp, B - Val Williams, C - Jo Henderson and D - Wanda Watkins. TWIN SONS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gebken, former Algona residents who are living at Cedar Rapids, are parents of identical twin sons born May 26 at Iowa City. Mrs. Gebken is the former Jean Eischen of St. Benedict and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen of St. Benedict. MUSHROOM HUNTING Mr. and Mrs. JasonEthering- ton had as dinner guests Monday evening, May 24, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Tabb, Shareen and Randy of Corwith, Mrs. Mary Perkins of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Etherington of Algona. The group spent the evening hunting for mushrooms. BRIDGE WINNERS Maude Konlhaas, Ruth Bay and Florence Bjustrom were the bridge winners at the Algona Country Club ladies luncheonand bridge Thursday. Char Hillbur'g will be the hostess next week. HOSPITAL PATIENT Mrs. Lawrence Riedel was a patient for several days at St. Ann Hospital before being transferred on Wednesday to Park Memorial Hospital in Mason City where she is in room 107. RIVERDALE CLUB The Riverdale Friendly Club .will meet Wednesday, June 2nd at the home of Carolyn Weydert, 1619 East McGregor. CLAUDIA SHERMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman, spent the past week at the home of her parents, she is a student at the University Hospital in Iowa City where she is taking a course in X-ray technology. MRS. GRADY PHILLIPS attended the Iowa Lutheran Hospital alumni banquet in Des Moines last weekend, she is a graduate of the school of nursing there. Mrs. Phillips is a nurse at St. Ann Hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips' daughter, Gayle, spent the Memorial Day weekend with her parents. Miss Phillips lives in Iowa city, DICK ZWIEFEL, Denver, Colo., is spending a brief vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel. A family picnic was held Friday evening and among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zwiefel, Jeff and Chris, Fairmont. PATRICK L. DUFFY, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy of Algona, an instructor in Orange, Calif., recently took a group of 260 students on a trip to Greece under the auspices of the Classical Alliance of the Western States at Anaheim, of which he is treasurer. This is the third year that Patrick has been selected to accompany a foreign tour with this company. He teaches English and History in Orange County high school. Wesley C.D.A. To Install New Officers WESLEY - The C.D.A. will meet Tuesday evening, June 8, for installation of officers. The St. Joseph's Guild will meet Tuesday evening, June 15. - o- GRADUATION HONORS A reception was held at the Harold Martinek rural home Wednesday evening, May 20, honoring their daughter, Kim, who graduated that evening from the Titonka High School. Many relatives and friends were guests. Kim has enrolled in the Iowa Lakes Community College for the next term. She will major in art. Jerry Martinek will soon complete his second year at NIACC, Mason City, and plans to resume his studies there this fall. - o- Kim Martinek will go to Kansas City, Mo. May 31 where she will attend a leadership camp for one week. Mrs. Martinek and Kim visited the former's sister, Mrs. Harry Barton, when she was a patient in St. Ann Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke had as their Wednesday dinner guests Jim Konlhaas, Washington, D.C., Beth Trimble, Kansas City, Mo., Mike Brand, Clarion, and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ricke attended the golden wedding anniversary of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo poppe at Clarksville May 30. HttllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIlillMHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllliiiiiiiiiiim SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones 'BIL' FARNHAM, the Connie Darbyshire, MRS. former graduated from Iowa state College, Ames, Saturday and received a B. s. degree in elementary education. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Darbyshire, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farnham and Brad attended the Guests at the Glenn Clark home, from out of town, Monday evening for Mary, after commencement were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waid and family, Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark, Tyler, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Rex Funderburk, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krough, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Swearingen, of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Swieger, Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abel. There were 100 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and Jerry left from Minneapolis last Friday and flew to Charleston, South Carolina, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Danny Anderson. Danny has completed four years of a six year enlistment in the Navy. His wife teaches school. The Andersons returned home Tuesday night. 12 - Koisufh County Advance Monday, May 31, 1971 Seely, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; VictorSifert, travel; Jim Sigsbee, undecided; David Simpson, travel; Leslie Simpson, NIACC. Don Sindelar, college; Joseph L. Sires, undecided; JonSjogran, U of Arizona at Tuscon; Dan Smith, UNI; Robert Stillman, University of Iowa; Jim Stock, Mankato State; Ann Taylor, St. Louis University in Missouri; Liane Treganza, Spencer School of Business; Betty Vaudt, Fresno City College in California; Monte Vitzthum, undecided; Pat Wagner, work in Montana; Rhonda Wegner, travel; Pat Werts, missionary work and part-time secretarial work; Linda Whitcher, ESU; Karen Willey, work; Maria Wittkopf, UNI; Steve Wolter, Medical Institute of Minnesota at Minneapolis; Mike Woods and Gordon Zeigler are undecided. Rotarians And Their Guests i i •••MVIB^MVHMM Seven Japanese businessmen and farmers toured three Kossuth County farms last Wednesday examining hog production. They were the guests of the Algona Rotary Club and were in the United States on an international exchange program They v.sited the farms owned by John Scuffham of Algona' Paul BernhardI of Fenton and Dick Kuecker of Algona. Rotarian M ri tlV Ku f eker farm were: « rom 'eft) John Love, Joel McClure, Willis Gotten and Luke Linnan. (Algona Publishing Co. photo) Announce Awards And Scholarships At AHS The 88th commencement for the Algeria High School was held in the school gym Tuesday evening, May 25, with diplomas awarded to the 104 graduating seniors. The processional was played by the high school Symphonic band under the direction of William castle. "Meditations From The Class Of 1971", (Commencement thoughts), were given by three of the seniors who were past presidents of this graduating class: Jim Harris, president when they were sophomores; Bob Stillman, last year's prexy; and Jon Sjogren who was president when the class was in their freshman year and also as graduates. Awards and scholarships were announced and presented by Elgin Allen, Algona High School principal. The recipients and their awards are: Business and : Professional Women's Club - $10 is given, based on the recipient's enthusiastic interest in the business field, scholarship, willingness to work and office personality Helen Godden. Bel Canto- in memory of Miss Lucia Wallace, to the graduate who demonstrated outstanding qualities in vocal and instrumental music, $15- Bruce Johnson. DAR - $20 to the outstanding graduate in social studies-Gail Kirkland. Minnie J. Coate Memorial Award - in memory of a former principal of the Algona High School, presents $25 to the graduate with the highest four- year grade point - Marjorie Dailey. P.E.O. - $25 for outstanding four-year achievements in English-Steve Schutter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority- $25 to the senior girl outstanding in character, and scholastic achievement -> Maria Wittkopf. Iowa State Bar Citizenship Awards to Sherry Bulten and Rick Nielsen. Larry Obrecht Memorial -$30 to Jim Harris. Penny Dodds - Mary Cowan Award - $30 to a student outstanding in scholarship, service and school citizenship _ Lynn Erickson. Soroptimists International of Algona - $50 to a deserving girl who desires to continue her education in commercial or vocational school - Debbie Foster. American Association of university Women - $50 to a girl who plans to continue her education at a two-year college with the recipient selected on character, scholarship and service Tami Parrish. Eighteen students who maintained a "B" average or better for the past four years were Vicki Anderson, Sherry Bulten, Marjorie Dailey, Linda Darbyshire, Sue Divis, Lynn Erickson, Helen Godden, Jim Harris, Gail Kirkland, Bob Knudson, Linda Marshall, Ron Medin, Dan Menneke, Randy Ricklefs, Debbie Schultz, Steve Schutter, Jon Sjogren, Pat Werts and Linda Whitcher. The United States Marine Youth Foundation Award in recognition of outstanding music achievement as a high school instrumentalist- Don Sindelar. The Willard E. Thompson and Ella P. Thompson educational scholarship fund was established in 1Q57 when $1,250 was available for scholarships to Algona High graduates. It has now grown to an approximate value of $350,000 with an eventual total of about $500,000. This year $15,800 was allotted to four classes. The nine students who received Thompson Scholarships were Cheryl Bird, Sherry Bulten, Chris Carson, Steve Fitzpatrick, Robert Knudsen, Dan Menneke, Michael Owen, Peggy Sabin and Dan Smith. Mr. Laing presented the members of the graduating class and the diplomas were presented by Russell Medin, president of the Algona Community Schools board of education. Special Education students who received certificates were Kenneth Hinrichsen, Gail Eischen and Muriel Burkhart. The benediction sermonette was given by Keith Strayer, longtime custodian of the Algona schools who will be retiring soon, and pastor of the Irvington Presbyterian Church. In a survey of the graduates and their future plans, sixty-six have indicated that they will definitely be attending colleges through the country, with others intending to. work and only one planning to enter military ser- .yice. Vicki Anderson, Colorado State University; Steve Armstrong, Buena Vista; Cheryl Bird, UNI; Barbara Faulstich Black, work; Paul Black, work; Merle Bleich, work; Debbie Brandt/employed at Harrison's in Algona; Sherry Bulten, Drake University; Muriel Burkhart, undecided; Lori Calhoun, Central Missouri State College; Chris Carson, Wartburg College; Rex Chally, Iowa Central Community College at Ft. Dodge; David Charles, ISU; Todd Christenson, undecided; Marj Dailey, A.I.E. in Des Moines. Linda Darbyshire, Parks School of Business, Denver, Colo.; Kathy Devine, undecided; Susan Divis, Iowa Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, Des Moines; Juan Carlos Duca, University of Economic Sciences at San Miguel, Argentina; Gail Eischen, undecided; Lynn Erickson, St. Olaf College; Kent Espe, NIACC; Lynn Ewoldt, work; Alan Fett, undecided; Steve Fitzpatrick, college; Debbie Foster, Hawkeye Tech., Waterloo; Brenda Frideres, Hawkeye Tech.; Eugene Friedrtch, work; Marsha Geilenfeld Be sch, housewife. Norma Geving, work or travel; Helen Godden, housewife; Robert Haack, Hawkeye Tech.; Nancy Haag, secretary at St. Ann Hospital; Wayne Hannover, ESU; Jim Harris, Wartburg College; Michael C. Henely, UNI; Kathy James, work; Sue Jergenson, work; Bruce Johnson, Grinnell College; Gary Jones, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; Steve Kern, Iowa Lakes CC at Emmetsburg; Gail Kirkland, UNI; Bob Knudsen, Wartburg; pat Kramer, Bernel College, Ft. Dodge. Cindy Laing, Des Moines Area Community College at Ankeny; Niel Leek, Iowa Central Community at Ft. Dodge; Nita Llm- baugh, Faith Baptist Bible College at Ankeny; Mary Lovstad, employed at St. Ann; Carol Jo Mains, Cedarville College in Ohio; Linda Marshall, undecided; Debra McConnell, undecided; Cathy McDonald, undecided; Sue McGinnis, Grand view College at Des Moines; Ron Medin, Wartburg College; Zelda Meehlhause, Dana College, Blair, Nebr.; Dan Menneke, ISU; Gary Miller, work; ENDS WEDNESDAY 1 - SHOWING - 1 ONLY - 7:45 - DIRECT FROM ITS SENSATIONAL ROADSHOW ENGAGEMENT! NOW FOR THE 1ST TIME AT POPULAR 2a PRICES! STARTS THURSDAY - WALT DISNEY' 'BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE' STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE ENDS TUESDAY "MAD, MAD WORLD" and "Those Darling Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies" STARTS WED. HE CAME HOME FOR LOVE AND PEACE AND FOUND ANOTHER KIND OF WAR. -——————— ^^^^^ nv ^ wl *"VI** lr ''*' v?w 1IPW|kB.X¥SM^HK^W>HHH* *"* ^K ""HARDRIQE COLOR ...ovum n.i«,, Mb , AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURES i ORIGINAL SOUND TRACK ALBUM AVAILABLE ON FAMIir-PARAMOUNT RECORDS S1971 Am.rlcan International Pictures. Inc. - PIUS "BULLET FOR PRETTY BOY" il DIAMOND'S Wolverine Boot Headquarters For Northwest Iowa. Wed., June 2 - 9 to 1 DICK JURGENS Sun., June6-9to 12 INNERLITE Starts Later Summer Hours Fri., June 11 - 9 to 1 RHINES NITEHAWKS COMING Jules Herman Hank Thompson New Colony Six Polka Podre Wanda Jackson For Booth Reservations Call 515—357-2419 NEED AN AUTO LOAN? AIGONA'S FRIENDLY PROGRESSIVE BANK THE SECURITY STATE BANK SAYS COME IN AND TALK TO CURT PAUL. Kathy Miller, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; Terry Moe, Hawkeye Tech., Waterloo. Donna J. Mueller, work; Johnny Ndugwa, return to Uganda, Africa to complete high school; Rick Nielsen, UNI; Neal O'Brien, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; Michael E.Owen,Univer- sity of Iowa; Tamara Parrish, Pan American U at Edinburg, Tex.; Deborah PeCoy, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; Gary Penning, Navy; Kathrin Peterson, School of Radiology, Iowa City; Joann Priester, work; Mike Putney, ISU or Iowa Central, Ft. Dodge; Charles Redemske, training at Hy-Veemeat market in Ft. Dodge; Randy Ricklefs, Wartburg College; Judy Riedel, Iowa Lutheran School of Nursing, Des Moines. Mike Ruhnke, Iowa Central Community, Ft. Dodge; Judy Sabin, Buena Vista; Elizabeth St. John, work; Urry Samp, work; Paul Schiltz, work; Debra Schultz, ISU; Virginia Schultz, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge; Steve Schutter, Macalester College, St. Paul; Dave Schwint, work; Kenneth B. PILLOW CLEANING: Wednesday, June 2 You wouldn't sleep on dirty sheets so why sleep on dirty pillows? Have them thoroughly cleaned and a NEW FEATHER-PROOF TICKING. AH this for only . . . $2.35 Elk Cleaners THANK YOU to our many loyal customers... i It has been a pleasure to have served the residents of Kossuth' County for the past 18 years of trash removal. We know you will continue to express the same loyalty and courtesy to the Darnells, who take possession June 1. The Darnell's are experienced in the field and are qualified to continue to provide excellent service. Again, we thank you for your past patronage. TIM & MARIE O'BRIEN HOUSE FOR SALE Two-story home with three bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, living room, bath, all-weather screen porch. Good location and well-cared for home. 612 SOUTH MOORE STREET - CALL 295-2239 - Jerry, Clarence and Mrs. Darnell, Marie and Tim O'Brien WE'RE GLAD to be in Algona and Kossuth county Our constant goal will be to continue the superior trash service that the O'Briens have maintained over the past years. We will have the same experienced personnel and excellent equipment. We will have our offices conveniently located in the home we have purchased at 206 South Thorington. Our phone number is 295-2624. We hope that we will have the opportunity to meet and know many of the residents in this fine county. MR. & MRS. CLARENCE DARNELL and JERRY

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