Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 15
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Facts By Susan Elbert and Rae Ann Kollasch The math club nvt last week Under the supervision of Sister Marie, OSF. Student officers were elected and are as follows: President, John Studer; vice president, Dick Muller; treasurer, Mike Garman; program Chairman, Bob Schmidt. All these boys are seniors and are qualified, as each has taken four years of math. The math fields Offered are — Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Algebra and Math Analysis. * * * Last Friday, Sept. 16, the Bears grabbed the second victory from Le Mars Gehlen. And what a victory! Our boys soared over the Le Mars Jays by a , score of 65-6. It looks like a good season coach for the Bears and head 'Beanie' Cooper. * * Bright and early Tuesday morning, Sept. 13, cheerleading tryouts for the Bear and Cub squads took place in the gym The coaches acted as judges and selected the following for Bear cheerleaders: Marcia Berte Kathleen Boudewyns, Becky Lickteig, Patricia McGuire and .Jeanne Crotty with Anne Pen ton and Barb Winkel as alter nates. The Cubs will be cheered to victory Margaret Bestenle'hner, Sue Gina Forbes. by Marcia Hinken Crowley, Maureen Reding and Engaged MRS. CHARLOTTE Mergen, Whittemore, announced the en- iagcment of her daughter Mar- ;aret Ann, Redwood City, Calif., :6 Robert Lee Wilkin, San Ma* eo, Calif., son of Mrs. Marge Sturtevant of San Mateo. .vedding date has been set. No members will few weeks. elect officers in All students recently took part the first Dress-Up day Friday, Sept. 16. Classes throughout the day were shortened in order that the entire student body could participate in Mass held in the school gym. .This will be a third Friday occurrence during the school year, and will give every; one a chance to dress-up in Sunday apparel. * * * On the lighter side, Sister Twin Rivers senior girls hosted at Bode Bod*" Senior girls of the Twin Elivers high school were enter« taitted at a Tea by the Bode Woman's Club Friday afternoon, Sept. 16 at the home' of Mrs. Torkel Aure; Twenty-three girls and their sponsor, Mrs. Barb Anderson attended. Mrs, Robert Algoe spoke on ths subject of a "Career for Girls". Mrs. Don Aure was a guest. Besides:the regular members, new members of the club are Mi's. Bohaoh, Mrs. DeBoom and 'Mrs. Hill. Assisting Mrs. Aure as hostesses were Mrs. Bennie Olson, Mrs. Ruth Matheson, and Mrs. Dee Johnson. The Good Will Club met at the home of Mrs. Torger Johnson Tuesday, Sept. 13. Fourteen members answered roll call with "Ideas: for Fall arr.-«gcmenits". New 'members of the club are Mrs. Phyllis Hanson and Mrs. Lorraine Halsrud. Mrs. Johnson served the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winther of Battle Lake, Minn, were visitors la p .t week at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Carl Opheim. Miss Kay Chase Of Dunlap visited at the Ronald Olson home last weekend. On Friday Jane Olson accompanied Miss Chase to Thompson to attend the wedding of a friend, Miss Marlys turned to St. Olaf college; at Northfield, Minn. The Royal Mdflsons have re* turned to Bode after-two weeks in the Los Atigeles ari»a. Enroute Visited Mrs. Manson 1 * sis'' . ter, Mrs. Jantes AttdeFSon, WicHi<. ta, Kans. : / • ,. Melody Maiisdfti daughter 6f the Royal Hansons, has returtied to State College, Cedar fttt*, r && ter a week at home from sum.' mer school. She is a junior ma> joring in English. Andy Olson and Melvin Qlson were in Milroy, Minn., Saturday at the Manly Rolland's and visited their sister, Mrs. Olga Rol* land, a patient in the hospital at Marshall, Minn. Sunday guests at Clarence" Hoyt's were the Robert Willits and Bobby, Dows, L. S. Kozels, Debbie and Kevin, and Mrs. W& ma Metton, Carol Kay and Ro; land, Fort Dodge. The Harry Volzes, of Arnold^ Park, had as guests at the Inv perial Cafe Sunday for a smorgasbord Mrs. Martha Christianson and Edna, the Art Christian- sons, and John Christiansens. It was for birthdays of Mrs. Martha; Christiansen and Mrs. Volz. The Everett Torgersons, Sacramento, Calif., have returned horns after visiting his uncle, the Justin Torgersons, and with other relatives in the Bode area! Alma Dale, Leila Halve;rs>o>n Paul, John Dales and other Bode relatives and friends. _ • _•Mr." Hilda Selvig, Owatonna, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Laura tf-nger. Bob Aure is recovering from a 20 f6ot fall in a crib Wednesday" while working with an. elevator. He received a concussion and broken wrist. He is a patient at Lutheran hospital. Swea City club AL69MA «.».) ADVANCK-T THURSDAY, 29, 1966 as to the blind first meeting last week. Teachers were Introduced and eaOh presented With a corsage. Ths annual membership drive was begun with about 100 signing up the first night. Anyone wishing to pay their dues of $1 per c'btt", pie may do so by contacting Mrs. Mervin Johnson, Mrs. Fred Alers or Mrs. Harold Krantz. DATE QUEST DAY The Methodist WSCS will hold guest day Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. Mrs. /harles Spear, Fairmont, will be peaker. s and Pearl Western, St. lava bsen visiting the Boomgarden. Miss Miss Olson, after a Class elections took place on Sept. 12 and 13 at Garrigan. The senior class elected Richard Muller, president; Glenn Elbert, vice president; Fran Goecke, treasurer; Kathleen Boudiewyns, historian f Kathleen Plathe, secretary; and Patricia Loebig, social chairman. The junior class, after select ing nine candidates and having three'ties, selected John Muller, president; Steve Reding, vice president; Margie Froehlich, secretary; Tim., Molacek, treasurer; •Barbara Winkel, historian; and Susan Elbert, social chairman. The sophomores chose Thomas Black, president; John Winkel, vice president; Becky Borman, secretary; Ronald Heinen, treasurer; Mary Kay Miller, social chairman; and Ruth Neppl, historian. * * * Under the direction of Sister Mary Michael, O.S.F., the newly formed drama club conducted its first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15. This club will be responsible for all dramatic productions at G.H.S. ,* * * This year at G.H.S. Sister Mary Alfred, O.S.F., is forming a French Club. The club held its first meeting on Sept. 20. The Mary Michael, O.S.F., as Dean of Girls, was presented with an unusual problem recently. Sister Dominica, PBVM, and Sister Marie, O.S.F., discovered a small they will be e grey member of the rodent fam- odist hospital. ily residing in the teacher's lounge wastepaper basket one morning and promptly reported it in Sister Michael's office next door. She very effectively disposed of the intruder via two stalwart Garrigan boys. Cooperation is wonderful, isn't it?! * * * Students from G.H.S. will be attending the Greater Northwest Iowa Yearbook Forum taking place in Storm Lake, Wednesday, Sept. 28. The forum is sponsored by the American Yearbook Company's staff of experts and advisors. Garrigold staff members will attend sessions on yearbook planning and content layout, photography, artwork, copy writing, staff organization, advertising, and financing. Fenton girl wed at Little Brown church Chase and months vacation, after graduation at Iowa Methodist hospital, have now returned to Des Mbines where they will be employed at Meth- Swea City i — The Swea City Women's club met Thursday with Mrs. Elvin Swanson. Mrs. L. M. Elbertj Whittemore, president of the County Federated Womens Clubs, spoke on some of the projects of the clubs. The local club will again, sell towels and items made by the blind as a service project with Mrs. Fred Moellerihg in charge They will also sell notes with scenes -of Iowa for $1 a box. Pro fit from this project goes to the local club. New officers for this year arc Mrs. Ervin Link, president; Mrs Elvin Swanson, vies; Mrs. Fred Moallcring, sec.-treas.; Mrs. John Sanftner, literature; Pauline Newlin, magazine; Mrs. Mervin Johnson, publicity; and Mrs. Do>r Martin, membership. The clu" meets on fourth Thursdays. Thi year's membership is 25. PTA OPENS YEAR The Swea City PTA held it EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Lent Rock The librea* dedtzeftauers have received' word from their $6fls of promotions , in the army, Lawrence, who is stationed at Ft. Riley, Kan., has beeh pfo- motel to corporal. Larry is in the artillery, stationed at Ft. Hooker, Ala., that he has an SP4 special*, 1st rating in the S/Sfeamittt Eagles Paratroop division. Tom received an' award after 50 jumps and at present has 72 jumps to his credit. Their Son Leon waS graduated las.t Week from Hamilton Business college, tte.li tethet of ft diiUiBt§fV L. n. Roderick, AlgotMl, daughter Mrs, Mufgafet at Mr9. Maude Blanchard'S. Sones were also guests the afternoon, SUNFLOWER - Dick fil of Malvern grew soiftethiti & record sunflower-in hi* den this year. Dick had ortfc * flower which measured inches in diameter and on a 14-foot'tall,stalk, ' BE IN THE KNOW WITH GA KG Fenton — The marriage of Susan Kathleen Stoeber, daughter of the Oliver Stoebers, former Fenton residents, to Ronald Jay Tow, Marsh all town, was held on Sept. 16 at the Little Brown Church, Nashua. Attending were the Ray Stoebers and Wilfred Stoebers, Fenton, the Earl Richr ards and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, of Mesa, Ariz., and Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys, Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson visited Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Opheim and sons at Dows and helped their grandson Pat celebrate his 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Berge took their son Jerry Berge to Iowa City Sunday where he will be enrolled as a freshman student at the University of Iowa. Jerry is a 1966 graduate of Twin Rivers high. Wayne Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Christiansen, Steve DeGroote, son of Gordon DeGroote, of Rutland, who makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson and David .Halsrud, ,s,on, of » Mr. and Mrs* Carlysle Halsrud, are now enrolled at Eagle Grove Community College. They are all graduates of Twin Rivers of 1966. Terry Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson and Mick Rolland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garman Rolland have enrolled at Ft. Dodge Community College. Renee Pool, daughter of Mrs. Virgnia Pool enrolled at Cedar Falls the summer session and after a two weeks vacation at home returned to Cedar Falls Sunday. Cheryl Heggen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Talmar Heggen, returned to Luther college at Decorah. Margaret Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren Olson, re- out-of-date? 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