Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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'•£..>./s'}XK 2-ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE - MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 1966 Bear /F&cta By Susan Elbftrt and Rat Ann Kolla»ch Another school yeec hat •bringing all the joys and bewil- derments that accompany the Garrigan students. The halls resound with masculine grunts and feminine giggles. New and fa- ".miliar faces can b? seen everywhere. Each and every student is looking forward to a rich and rewarding year at Garrigan,. # # * A cheat-leading clinic was hold Thursday, Sept. 8 after school in ^ the gym in preparation for tryouts to be held next week. The five senior cheerleaders demon- straited the finer points of cheerleading for 34 eager girls. # # * Hats off to Mr. Roiac who triumphantly led the band and the entire student body down the hall to the gym for our first enthusiastic pep rally. This triggered a victory for the Bears as " they tromped EstherviUe 32-11 - Well done, Bears!!! The victory was topped off by a sock hop sponsored by the G club after . the game. # * * Election time has come not on" ly. to the state of Iowa but also to Garrigan. The election of the class officers took place on Monday, Sept. 12, but the results are not; yet known. Various clubs have also held elections: G club chose — President, ~ Richard Muller; vice president, -William Reding; sec.-treas., Rob- ert Schrnitt; historian, Eugene ' Lickteig. Band officers are—President, Steyen Walker; vice president, Theresa Sigsbee; secretary, Kath~ leen Plathe; equipment manager, - James Becker. Senior Pep club will be led by — President, Kathleen Boudewyns; vice president, Fran Goecke; secretary, Patricia McGuire; treasurer; Cindy ;%ding; poster chairman, Janette Miller;,'skit chairman, Kathleen Plathe. Sophomore Pep club elected— President, Rebecca Bormann; vice president, Debra.Arndorfer; secretary, Ann Eisehen; treasurer, Maureen Bestenlehner; poster chairman, Mary Reding; skit chairman, 'larcia Hinken. *:*:.* G. H. S. students are.taking the Iowa Tests of Educational Development this week. These prove tp be challenging for the students but helpful in determining ability groups and in measuring the school as a whole against national norms. Tf TV* TV Parents of G. H. S. students, Were able to come back to school last Wednesday, Sept. 7, for Parents' Night. A brief, schedule was carried out with parents following their child's daily classes at Garrigan. This enabled the parents, to meet the teachers and new faculty members, and get a. brief idea of the academic program. * * # Early last Saturday morning the Garrigan high school marching band left for Worthington, Minn., where they participMed in a Turkey day parade. Th^ band has been hard a,t work per- Ex-Eurt woman Donna Mergen married Donna Jo Mergen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mergen, Algona, and Alvin L. Atchison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orris Atchison, Des Moines, were married Saturday, i Sept. 3 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Msgr. P. P. Graren officiated at the double ring ceremony and nuptial mass. Acolytes were Kenneth Kirschbaun, Jackie Krieps, Ronnie and Dale Plathe. Jane Arndorfer was soloist accompanied by Mary Hamilton as organist. Cathy Castress, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Georganne Franklin and Mary Jane Mergen, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Larry Mergen, brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Gary Madsen and Robert Mergen, brother of the bride. fecting techniques required for parade marching. Senator Robert Kennedy was the featured guest. ; - '••'. ••.,..-'i ••*'••• ' '''-- 1 ' -' .•-.,.,,,*.#. * The hallr; were brightly colored Friday, Sept. 16, as the students initiated Dress Up day at •GflS. -From how on i every, third 'Friday of the month girls will be smartly dressed in charming fashions and, the boys in their suits. This will prove to be both fun and attractive; ,, ' * * •* Wo wish to congratulate Sister Deborah and her entire staff on the outstanding job done on the 1966 Garrigold. Uushers were Dick Reding and Dick Keeling. Reception and dinner was held at the VFW hall following the ceremony. Marilyn Atcheson and Carol Reding had.the guest book. Sharon Plathe and Barbara Reding erved punch. Marilyn Plathe, Patricia Reding, Mary Keeling and Anne Newell opened gifts. Anne and Eileen Penton were table waitresses. Mrs. Orian Atcheson and Mrs. Ed Weakland cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school and Hamilton Business college, Mason City, and is employed as secretary by Appliance Buyer's Credit Corp. in Des Moines. The groom is a graduate of Lincoln high school and served in the armed forces two years, part of which was spent overseas. He is now employed bjuthe Armstrong Tire & Rubber Co., Des Moines. .. After a 'wedding* trip toiCari- bou, Me., the couple will be lat home in Des Moines. Angler . Kenneth Hauser of "Wall Lake caught a record 40-lb. Northern Pike while Wishing in Canada last inorith. Hauser's fish measur ed 50 inches long. at Armstrong Burt — FUneral services foa? Mrs. Katherine (Kate) Trainer were held Sunday, Sept. 11 at the Methodist church irt Kan- aWha with Rev. James Russell Officiating. Burial Was in the Amsterdam Twp. cemetery. : Katherine Ackerman was born Sept. 23, 1881, in Rome, Ind., Where she attended school. She married Ed Trainer' (Robsrt Edward) Dec. 31, 1902. ; They moved to Burt in 1912 and then to Kanawha in 1921. Me died Feb. 26, 1945 and a daughter, Eloise Pruismann, also passed away. Mrs. Trainer,, who had been living with her daughter Neoma (Mrs. Bill Harriman) at Albert Lea, Minn., passed away Sept. 9 at the Albert ,Lea hospital after a short illness. Survivors include two sons Gerald and Robert Trainer,.Fort Dodge; and daughter, Mrs. Har riman, Albert Lea; 12 grandchil idreti and 25 great grandchild 'ren. .'•,' • ""..' Attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman, Mrs C. W. Heerdt and Dennis and and Mrs. David Bunkofske all of Burt; Mr. and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Muriel Ackerman and Roberta, all of Lone Rock. Burt Methodist church Wednesday, Got. 12. MLidn4.t£f$on is kitcheiji cl)*ifina.n and; diflirtg room chaitifl6ft ar§ Lofrairf| Oampney fend Jaflice Sdfiaeller, A NEW DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coney announce the arrival of a daugh- ,er, Nadine Louise, Tuesday, Sept. 13 «t the Hancock :Memor' al hospital in Britt Mr. Coney s coach arid instructor at Burt chool. MANY NEW BOOKS There are many new books in ,he Burt .public-library- One of ihe new books, "The Beloved Invader" by Eugenia Price, was given to the library as a memor- to Cleo Weidin or Indianola,, » '$%^!T^ffi*& "'-^ ^ ^^ *"*?" " " a. 23f< who passed away recently^. !* k - I •*#!. ' '**»"" ""* *V } <CM<X>LVB0AHD ME«TS ' '' fhe;;Bikf sd&ofA feoa&l ..will, nave an organization 'beating and election or-officers to.nght (Monday). LEGAL NOTICES »oo+oo»oo»o»»o»««ooooooo< NOTICI OF HEADING ON APPLICATION *OR kXfcMPflOM OR VARIANCE MOM TMl lONING OftfilNANCC Public notice is hereby given that the application of Trumdrt Shackelford, whose flj-tdress is 421 N Wilirams, 1 for o Variance from the Zoning Ordinance to permit construction of a garage closer to front lot line than. Zoning Ordinance allows has 19<56, of 9 o 'doek 'A.M., By E. §eff Gfidirfnprl ",•-. n • . . Pubiiihed In .rhe Algona Kosiuth Counfy v AdV.ofice,_ Algeria, Iowa, September • turner-, ^iivy'^r-wgis ond testament of Ermati E. y ceased bearing dote o«he 22rtdI day o April, 1958, was admitted to ffi° b °;£ ' \ the above •named-court., and,.that Uioneii fet 'loriy QC- rtjust be sold H<>n«. JA. per- _, and unless i^'iYi^Tiithin il* W»ormw 1'6m the sec^An^-a^SS,''* Executor of sdid Estate Swea City, Iowa ; Address' ', • . Aldona, Iowa . Ktabf' second Publication 26th da/;.of September, 1966. • lay. .vi .j-K 1 -'" ' .. .. ^n^» Ko "^ ^BtembeC 19 and 26, 1966. MYF ELECTS Junior MYF had their first nesting at Burt Methodist church Sept. 14. Officers elected: president, Roger Sarchet; vice pres., Lynda Ohipman; sec., Vicki Westling; treas., Craig Giddings; reporter, Pamela Wagner. They will meet every two weeks. The next meeting is Sept. 28, 7:30-9 p.m. Nine members present were Lynda Chipman, Craig Giddings, David McFarland, Sandra Lovstad, Phillip Lovstad, Roger Sarchet, Bill Spry, Pamela Wagner and Vicki Westling. — reporter, Pamela Wagner. " ____ "' ' ( ". ; ( BURT BLUEBIRDS -.' The September meeting of the Bur.t Bluebirdls 4-H club was held at the 'home of Sharon antj Marilyn Tigges. The club sold popies in Burt Saturday, Sep^ 17. Mrs. ffl Soderberg £ave a pe talk : To vine.. club, xTriQy, Fatfe) gave a .talk on: safety/lit home Cindy Soderberg and Chery] Coa,dy told about their time al Junior camp and showed what they had made in crafts. ' TURKEY SUPPER Members of (he WSCS are making plans for their annual Blue Mound Turkey supper at FARM LOANS a) Long Term •j Low Payment! PRE-PAYMENT WITHOUT PENALTY For a loan on land to pay debts, buy land, finance improvements or for other farm and, family needs, come in and see us. FiQEgAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION South p| Penney's in Algona (Preferabjy Mojidays & Wedjiesdays) E, H, HVTCHINS, Mgr. 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CONSTRUCTION CO. : BI;RT,IOWA AHNOUNCIHG Riverdale Heights Addition is now open for your inspection. This addition begins at the corners of Hall ft Kennedy streets. FEATURING 22 CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLE LATE FALL Kyle Keith ft Don Tietz, Co-Owners LINPE IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Equipment • Allis Chalmers • Gohl f> New Idea "Son Intf Northern Iowa & Southern Minnesota for the oast 29 Years - 1937 to 1966." BRown 24601 Swea City And Here's Just ft Sample Of Our Craftsmanship a) Behlrn Buildings. •) Kewanee Discs. • Case Farm Machinery •'The 3es* of Everything" i Phone 295;24# 1 ' This lovely home belonging to John Weydert, located at Elm and Church streets features 2 bedrooms, bath, built-in kitchen, carpeting, utility room upstairs, basement and double garage. Qulidins: Cbnfra^tr M«i iype* Bulicffng 1 Cabinet Work 22 South Heckart, Algona Dial 235 2150 fleasfc c*ll after 6:00 p.m. GRAIN STORAGE And GASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CARGILL, ING. 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