Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1971 · Page 14
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1971-72 Garrigein Class Officeis Senior Officers Garrigan seniors elected the following class officers foi 1 the next school year: (above, from left) vice-president Dave Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Elbert of Whittemore; sbcial chairman L.nda Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert of Rodman; secretary-treasurer Jane Germann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duwayne Germann of Whittemore; and president Maury Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding of IrVing- ton. Junior Officers The elected representatives of next fall's junior class are: (from teft) secretary-treasurer Kathy McEnroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis McEnroe of Algona; social chairman Mary Hinken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinken of Algona; vice' president Chuck Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farrell of Algona; and president Bill Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Kohlhaas of West Bend. Sophomore Officers These sophomore officers and their classmates will stand ready to direct wandering freshman next year. They remember most vividly what that first freshman week is like. From left: president Jim Cassel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel of Algona- vice-president Deb McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Ed McGuire of Ottosen; secretary-treasurer Sandra Hilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hilbert of Corwith; and social chairman Rochelle Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nichols of Algona. (Photos by Tim Rooney, GHS) ACTION Well, graduation is over; the seniors have taken the big step. Semester tests are done with and school has come to a close ... . finally, it was a great school year though, especially for me. I guess your junior year will probably be the most fun. We turned out a great prom and a good float. We had a lot of good times. We'll be seniors next year with only one year left, and then we'll be gone before you even know it. Next year we'll be Kings of the roost. We're expecting a lot out of the kids coming over from the 0. B. Laing school though. If you have any problems adjusting to the new school, etc., just ask one of us. Don't be scared of seniors. Just because we'll walk with our heads a little higher than yours. (Not really. We're a very flumble class.) We'll be glad to htjlp you out. You never know how }t feels to be a senior until you j get to be one yourself. ... and then you still don't know. ' I had a lot of fun writing this column this year, and ?n\ sorry if I missed some realty big happening, or you didn't git what you wanted in the paper. I was open to suggestions all year. It's pretty hard to keep up with all four classes. Thanks a lot for tunfng in. Hope I see you around next year. I'm looking forward to a great summer, and I'm sure you are too. Have fun. AHS Don't forget the Pit dance Monday night. 14 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 7, 1971 Shower For Rae Hewitt At Livermore LIVERMORE - A bridal shower was held Sunday in the Sacred Heart parish hall in honor of Rae Jean Hewitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hewitt, LuVerne. She is the bride-elect of David Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thilges. Corsages were presented to Miss Hewitt, her mother; and the groom's mother. Decorations were carried out in the bride- elect's chosen colors of aqua and white. Mrs. Lawrence Fuhrmann was in charge of the guest book. Cards were the entertainment. Diane Patterson, LuVerne, and Joan Elbert, Whittemore, helped with the gifts. Mrs. Earl Stalzer served the coffee. Those on the committee were Mrs. Nick Huberte, Mrs. Arnold Kellner, Mrs. Carl Ernst, Mrs. Albert Thilges, Mrs. Earl Stalzer, Mrs. Alvin Berte, Mrs. Nick Klein, Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Mrs. Lawrence Fuhrmann, Mrs. Ralph Bormann and Mrs. John Gales. The young couple will be married June 12 at Sacred Heart and will live in Bode. - o - SOUTH DAKOTA VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, Miller, S.D., came Friday to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Howard. On Saturday they went to Boone for the weekend. Enroute they were dinner guests of an aunt, Mrs. Raymond Volger, at Ogden, and were house guests at the home of an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tingwald, Boone. Sunday they all attended the Volger family reunion and visited the cemetery before returning home Sunday evening. - o- TAKES TRAINING David Dolder, who finished his junior year at Twin Rivers this year, has gone to Iowa City where he is taking training to be a depot agent. When he is through with his training he will be a vacation replacement at Iowa city and Oxford. He will take part of his training under his brother, Harry Louis, who works at Iowa City, and with whom he will stay for the summer. They live at Oxford. David is the son of Mrs. Azile Dolder and the late Harold Dolder. - o - BIBLE SCHOOL Bible School for members of the Presbyterian and Methodist Sunday School classes was held at the school house last week. Teachers were Mrs. Barbara Cloud, first and second grades; Mrs. Bert Schwendemann, third and fourth; Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg, fifth and sixth; and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh, seventh and eighth. Assistant teachers were Jean Zeman and Miriam Mackintosh. - o Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson, Bode, Mrs. Marvin Lamb, Dennis and Doug and Connie Christensen attended the graduation of Miss Christensen's fiance, Steven DeGroote, fromWm. penn College at Oskaloosa Monday. Debbie, Terri and Peggy Carlson, Susan and Liz Baker and Julie Bertie were all in janine's June Jamboree dance recital at the junior high school in Humboldt Wednesday evening and at Alan Russell Is Honored ISU Scholar ALAN RUSSELL Alan Russell, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Russell of Algona, has been awarded a $375 Catt-Lane-Wells Scholarship at Iowa State University where he is a senior in metallurgical engineering. The award is based on high academic standing in the College of Engineering and recipients must be earning a good share of their college expenses to be eligible for the scholarship. Alan is a National Merit Scholar and has won scholarships each year he has been in college. He served as president of Murray House in the Residence Association since 1970 and will continue to do so in 1972. He was admitted to Iowa State with recognition and held an Iowa State University Merit Scholarship in 1968-69, is a member of Metallurgy Club and was high College and class scholar in 1969. the high school in Clarion Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sharp and two boys of Chafka, Minn., spent from Friday evening until Monday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach. Dinner guests in the Gronbach home Saturday and Monday evenings were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp, Gages Lake, m.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp and daughter, Decorah; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christensen, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson and Mrs. Mildred Raney went to Iowa City Wednesday to see Floyd' Raney. ' ia Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson attended a wedding in Marshalltown Saturday and then spent the rest of the Memorial Day weekend in their mobile home at Lake Okoboji. Their daughter, Jane, who attends the Mount Mercy Hospital at Cedar Rapids, was one of the bridesmaids in the wedding and accompanied her parents home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howard and family, Humboldt, were dinner guests Monday evening in the home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Howard, in honor of Jerry's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gales, Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Foley were supper guests in the Chet Ogan home one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King their daughter, Mrs. Sandra Granger, and son, Rickie, were all holiday weekend guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Martha King. They live at White Bear Lake, Minn. Mrs. Bernadine Taylor was a medical patient at the Humboldt hospital for a couple of days. Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schultz went to Pine River, Minn, over the Memorial [BUILDING AUCTION • Located 2Vz miles west of Algona to Hobarton road then 2 miles north, !/2 mile west • and VA mile north, on I WED., JUNE 9,7:30 p.m. • Large house, large barn with lean-to, garage, hog house and chicken house. J Terms: Cash nite of sale. • All buildings must be removed from property by October 1, 1971. | EDITH P. WOLTZ, owner J Clerk: Red Madsen, Burt, Iowa • Auctioneers: Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn. 5 Charley Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa Day weekend to get their cabin ready for the summer. Mr and Mrs. Logue will be going totheir cabin in a couple of weeks for the summer. Edward and Bernard (Sam) Melaven, Chicago, who came to attend the wedding of their nephew, Mike Christensen, returned Sunday. Bernard was a house guest in the Marvin Lamb home and Edward spent part of the week with his daughter and husband, the Ron Michels, Spencer. Cecil Scott and his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reavis, Denver, came Thursday to visit their mother, Mrs. Norman Scott, and their brother and wife, the Gordon Scott family, Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Reavis, who have been living in Texas, recently purchased a home in Denver, where they plan to make their permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoffman, Glenwood, Minn., came Saturday and visited until Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jacobsen and three children, Sioux city, were weekend visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ogan. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Scott and family, storm Lake, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Norman Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Neal, Mason city, visited his sister, Mrs. Violet Frederick, one day last week. Mrs. Margaret Howard entertained some friends of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, Miller, S.D., while they were here visiting at' her home. Tuesday noon guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Engquist, Humboldt; Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson of Hardy and Mrs. Blanche Wilson, Britt, were supper guests; and Wednesday noon Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herrin of Hampton were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson and their three daughters went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Baltimore-Twins ball game. Burt Couple Grandparents Of Twin Boys BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebken became grandparents of identical twin grandsons Wednesday, May 26. The twins, who arrived prematurely at the University hospital, Iowa city are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gebken and each weighed about 3 1/2 Ibs. and will be kept in an incubatoi for awhile. Perry Lee and Barry Gene have a brother Bobby, 2 years old and sisters Nancy 16 and Julie 14 to welcome them home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen, St. Benedict are the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Goldie Leininger, Dolliver is the great grandmother. Mr and Mrs. Paul Gebken live in Cedar Rapids. GOODWILL TRUCK Mrs. J. L. Miller has received word that the Good will industries truck will be in Burt on Wednesday, June 16. if you are busy cleaning out your closets and dressers, this is a good time to gel rid of those unused and outgrown clothes. Mrs. Miller has plenty of empty bags you can get and fill and return to her home before June 16. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Don Kronen, Golden Anniversary For Frank Gronbachs, Lu Verne the their 2 wHHi ° f LuVerne - WU1 Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, June 20, with an <*"* a fh md j riitik Gronbach were married January 25, at the Zion Lutheran Church in LuVerne. They farmed in the Luverne area until 1949 when they moved into town. Toledo, la. were Sunday visitors at the Floyd Koepke home. Mrs. Kronen and Mrs. Koepke are sisters. Lori Lichter celebrated her 5th birthday Friday, May 28 and in honor of the ocassion her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lichter, entertained at their home, Lori's grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Tieman, Tom Lichter and Margaret Stecker of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ulse's were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Charles Berte home, Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMullen spent the Memorial Day weekend at Russell. John Patterson, who is an advisor at the Kemper Military Academy, Boonevill, Mo., returned to Booneville Tuesday after spending the Memorial weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Devine and family spent the Memorial Day weekend with her mother, Mrs. Harm Groen. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer called on Ed Jass, a surgical patient at St. Josephs Mercy hospital, Mason City. Enroute home they visited at the Walter Eisberg home in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth and family, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth' Ring, of Fairmont, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer enjoyedfish- ing and a picnic at Smith Lake Saturday. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at theMartinMey- er home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer, Becky, Karen, Craig, and Scott, of Perry, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Tieman and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lichter and Lori spent the Memorial Day weekend camping out at Burt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Joyce and Danny, Corallville, Iowa spent the Memorial weekend at the home of Mrs. Millers's mother, Mrs. Walter Steward. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Leland, la. were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Steward. Donald Salisbury, Cedar Rapids, visited several days this week with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salisbury. MR. AND MRS. Ray Ladendorf and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bormann drove to Cedar Rapids to attend the funeral of Mrs. Catherine Lightner, a sister of Mrs. Ladendorf and aunt of Mrs. Bormann. LAND BANK FARM LOANS Kossuth, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Palo Alto counties Long term — Low cost No prepayment penalty LANDBANK EMMETSBURG W. Hwy. 18 Wi. (712) 152.2645; Bex 191 Field offices: I Algona, Thursday A.M."] Spencer, Wednesday A.M. See Eugene Hutchins, Bob Reel or Helen Haas Bridal Shower At Plum Creek For Mrs. Kain PLUM CREEK-Mrs. Patrick Kain, Des Moines, was honored at a bridal shower May 27 at the Plum creek Community room. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and Mrs. Edward Kain presented the guests of honor with corsages. Mrs. Gabrielson also served as mistress of ceremonies for the program. Mrs. George Kain won the prize for a game entitled "Famous Wives." A clothespin game was played and Mrs. Melvin Engelbarts won first prize and Mrs. Lyie Raney, second. Alice Jane Bode sang two numbers and played her ukelele Julie Bode played the theme song from Romeo and Juliet on the piano. The bride then opened gifts and Carolyn Black served as gift 'carrier. Louise Black registered the guests. Lunch was served by the hostesses Mrs. Randall Clark, Mrs. Amand Dangelser, Mrs. Martha Drager, Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Mrs. Edward Kain, Mrs. Cecil Long, Mrs. Edward Miller, Mrs. William paetz and Mrs. Dale Struthers. - o Carol Mains accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Drake and family to Bemidji, Minn, for the weekend where all were guests of Mrs. Drake's parents. Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson recently returned from a week's visit at the home of her daughter, and family in Waterloo, the W.G. Murphys. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Struthers traveled to Cedar Falls May 26 and brought their daughter, Janyce, home from the University of Northern Iowa for the summer, she will resume her studies there in the fall. Tuesday evening guests In the Struthers home were Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Dodge Center, Minn. Florence Funk, Chicago, fll., is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hansen this week. Miss Funk is a' sister of Mrs. Hansen and is also visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk, Algona, and other relatives and friends in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hoover were Memorial weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kelntz and Bruce at Hales Corners, Wise. Mrs. Keintz Is the former Sue Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Amand Dangelser and boys were weekend guests In the home of the tatter's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coots, Mt. Auburn, la. EVENING HOUSEHOLD AUCTION As we have sold our house and purchased a mobile home we will hold a public auction at our residence 105 South Ackley St., or directly across the street south of the new Presbyterian Church in east Algona, on FRI. EVENING, JUNE 11 6:00 P.M. - KITCHEN - Polar Aire 24;000 BTU air conditioner, excel, cond. G.E. 16 cu. ft. frost free refrigerator-freezer in extra good condition Crown 30 in. yellow gas range, real good Coronado 36 in. white electric range Signature "18" heavy duty automatic washer, less than one year old Philco gas clothes dryer 15 cu. ft. chest freezer Maytag wringer washing machine Almost new white enamel kitchen cupboard Brown refrigerator Wrought iron dinette set with 4 chairs Dinette set with 4 chairs Wooden kitchen table Double rinse tubs - BEDROOM 3 piece blond bookcase headboard bedroom set complete w/dbl. dresser and chest of drawers Walnut double dresser with mirror, like new Antique wooden double bed complete : bed 3 quarter wooden complete 2 new light oak chest of drawers Double inrwr.tpring rollaway bed 2 Single roJIawqy bed* Walnut single bed frame - LIVING & DINING ROOMS - Extra long beige davenport, Walnut drop leaf dinlna I llr A nflfc\*/ . i • .» . . ™ like new Black Sofa-Bed, almost new Brown T.V. swivel chair Orange T.V. swivel chair Black leather chair Upholstered rocking chair Aqua short sectional davenport Old wooden chair with arm rest Old wooden chair 2 blond end tables and matching coffee table 2 Tier blond corner table Blond step end table, like new Walnut hutch room table with 4 chairs, 3 leaves and pad Old portable T.V. with new picture tube Small wooden drop leaf table Wooden bookcase 4 black matching electric carriage lamps 2 floor lamps Table lamp 2 card tables 2 small wooden tables Wooden step stool Metal child, elevated chair Old wooden radio Foot stool - TOOLS A MISC. - Hiawatha 12 H.P. boat motor, works good Power, lawn mower Push lawn mower 2 Step ladders Sidewalk edger Small B.Q. grill Metal leaf cart Metal lawn chair Throw rugs Crocks Fruit jars Hanging wall plates S«t of china dishes Electric frying pan Flower vases Pots and pans Lawn fools, clippers, ipad. •*, rakes, shovels anrf many items too nomer- to mention. TERMS: CASH. MR. & MRS. JOHN HANSELMAN Dutch It+k, W»tl«y

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