Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 3, 1966
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Bear Facts By Susan Elbert and Rae Ann Kollasch "Victory, Bears, Victory!" were the words the Bears last heard from the outside pep rally Friday, September 23. They grabbed another victory from Sioux Flails O'Gorman, by a score of 7-6 for their third straight win. Again we say "We're proud of you, Bears." —GHS— Saturday the band participated in the Algona Band Festival along with 18 other area bands After a morning parade at 10:30 , layout principles afi.4 fi« Hinting were presented ,by ; a staff of Specialists. .. "Smile yau'rd on Candid C«nv> drat" 'was the famlliSi- liM as S students had Intoi 4 pr.6Liires taken lf,:t Tueoday. Girls doh- ned theiir prcittieit hair ''tfda aMd boys, thar distinguished suits for the 1967 yearbook. — GHS— Various college repretentft*. tives visited Garrigan. last Fri* day with information and data about their respective schools. Junior and senior students of St. John's high school, Bancroft, and Emmeitsbtirg Catholic high also participated with juniors and seniors of Garrigan, Aca* demic standings and financial infJormaitiion of the colleges and of the universities were given. BEL CANTO LUNCHEON . Bel Canto met Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the Johnson House for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Follow- the band had a little spare time | ing the luncheon, Mrs. Richarc before\ preparing to lead the' Burt, . president, welcomed the other bands down AHS athletic, members and a brief business field. Band members can be I meeting was, held. The remain- Engaged reached in the nearest seat resting their "poor" Cee-t. "VvTiy —GHS— Viet Nam?" was the question presented by Marine der of the meeting was spent in relating summer vacations arid activities of each member. New officers for 1966-67 are president, Phyllis Burt, vice uuoamuu uiuacuxcu uy ivuiii me » •_••• • . i, _ • _jiu« ibwut ^u, son .„ 'GHS *. g». asr-jaaf^sssa ing secy., Sarah Welp, treasurer, Judy Thoreson, historian,' Claris KreSensky, librarian, Molly MacDonald and publicity, Pat Ohris- chilles., Ledyard — MR. AND MRS. Harold Wentwprth announce the approaching iriarriage of their daughter; Roberta Le s Rae to Michael Kdons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kopris of Swea City. •.• - ' ' '- ",' .'• •;'•'•' The wedding will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m. at the Baptist church in Swea City.' •; -'.••-•'. . '•• ..•'•••;•" •• Miss Wentworth is employed at the Peerless aeaners in Fair: mont and her fiance is employed at both Harold's Shoes and Erickson., Gas in , ; Fairmont/ He is also a member of the National Guard from Fairmont. Plans tor the Band Festival float were discuMed, a« were iteiM for the coming bazaar. ,, • The next rush meeting will o held Got- 10 ai Miss Coitlne A M^icitt dHntief wl« the highlSglit. ATTIND MIETING itiembeirS of the Al^djii of the i>.A R, Attended ». est tMstrict D.A. ih Humboidt last Mfs ; M. G- Bourne, Dtotrict Director, conducted the meeting. Others attending from here were Mrs. James Lytle, AU gona Regent, Mrs. Rtissel Cook, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Ray Biis- borough, Mrs. V. V< Naudain, Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mrs. W* W. Jdlley, the latter two of Fen" ton. DINNER AND BRIDGE Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs, G. W. Stillman were hostesses for ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCS-3 MONDAY, ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs; ^rad Ketit, Jr., dd her bridge dub last wee* F'r.idiiy alterwpoh. Mrs. Ma thblomew had high score. HOSTS CLUB Mrs. O. BY Kinden was to her hobby club last Monday afternoon.' AT THE ADVANCE EXPERT PRINTING Officers for church group at Lone Rock Lou* Rock; The U.P.W. 'organ- Izfttton has elected riety officers; President, Mrs. bdhnar Fischer; first Vice, Mrs. benis Priebej ie'cftnd vice, MrsVJim Marlbwj sec., Mrt. Art Person; Asat. sec., Mrs, William Marlow; treas., MM. LtsRoy Bras; Asst., Mrs. Bud Miller; pledge, Neva Thompson; hoy AUwyn NewfwoUgh, Mrf , Seeing, Mff . Leaders »r£ Mrs, Httta ill Miftdfl man Mariow; Aft dents last Tuesday afternoon in an assembly in. the gym. Presenting a film of the social and political conditions in Viet Nam today, Sergeant Paulson explained the reasons and causes of the Cold War. Action is being taken by students, as each homeroom plans on sending a "Santa Glaus Package" of various utensils and goods necessary to servicemen in Southeast Asia. — GHS— Twelve members of the Garri- gold staff attended a Yearbook Workshop, Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Storm Lake. Sessions including yearbook planning, photo- HEADQUARTERS OPEN Kossuth County's republican headquarters located across from the Ford Garage will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. beginning today, (Monday), according to county chairman C. R. Schoby. There,will be someone on hand during those hours and information arid literature on candidates for county, state and national of- fices. • ? ' '-.'• -.'. : • • '• A voting machine has also been set up in headqirarters for anyone wishing to familiarize himself with voting procedure before Nov. 8. Republican headquarters telephone number is 295-7191. ZETA XI MEETS Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held'its first rush meeting of the season Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Steve George. The party featured a hobo theme. Mrs. Jim Cowan had charge of the program. an evening last week Saturday which included dfiiner at Char* lie's Supper Club and afterwards bridge at Mrs. Stillmah's home. Guests were Mrs. H. F. Fristedt; Mrs. George Sefrit, Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Miss Barbara Haggard, Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephen^ son entertained their couples bridge club at a steak fry at their home recently. Those, in the club are Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Skilling. Mrs. Bradley won high for the women and Mr. Bradley held high score among the men. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. Milo Dailey entertained her garden club last Monday. CoJiostess was Mrs. A. J. Reid. Mrs. Perry Byam gave the pro- Engaged MR. AND MRS. John Boeckolt of Swea City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vickie, to Pvt. Peter T. DeVries, son of ;Mr. and Mrs. Gerald DeVries of Rockford, 111. The Wedding is set fibr the; near future. Peterson and Miss Edith Welter had charge of the program which featured a talk on the rehabilitation ojf juveniles by County Attorney Gordon Win • • THAN JBdU«ailoti Ecurtienical Mrsrkalph tiati education, —,-.-- 'yhese officerd Will pte in Ih6 D'ec§ti»b?r ttieeiiftg. Thanks to everyone lor making our 1967 Mew Car Showing Date le«t Thursday th* Wg- gest in our history. And we were very happy the 1967 models were so wtll-reeelVed. If you weren't ablt to visit our showrooms. last week, stop in anytime and let W«» or Af- min show you the new 1967 Bulcks, Pontiacs and Cadillacs. ; f fIVE YEARS OLD ! Mrs. Art Olson entertained a of children, and \ their mothers at a birthctey,. party Wednesday for the Olson daughter Laura Anna who was five. Guests in the younger set included Becky arid John Anderson, Laura Lee Everist, Nancy Hackbarth and Kim Kleingart ner. ' gram which was on litter bugs. CLUB MEETS The Soroptomist club of Algona met last week Wednesday for a luricheon and program at TOP HONORS , Mrs. Merlon honors at the Baker took top ladies luncheon the Algona Hotel. Mrs. James Ra'hlhaas. and brWge event at the Country Club Wednesday. Other winner were Mrs. Roy Bjustrom am Mrs. Fred Kent, Sr. Mrs. Lloyd Robinson was hostess. Nex week's hostess will be Mr 8 - John DOOR PRIZE WINNERS Winners of'the^flye;dborpri«es given away last Thursday were the following: Dean P Bensehpter, Record Album (6 Fat Dutchmen); Evelyn Ferguson, Set of Stainless, Steel Mixing Bowls; Mrs. Bernard ^ Briggs, .Transistor Radio; Mr*. Victor Rbchleau and Robert Reilly, Coffeemakers. SCHULTZ BROS. I U I il I "GAS FOR LESS" "Your Transportation Headquarters" BUICK — CADILLAC — PONTIAC NEW Effective October 1, 1966 at THE SECURITY STATE BANK interest on Certificates ef Deposit off $6,000 or more (or one year, interest payable quarterly, semi-annually, annually. By application only. interest on Pass Book Savings Accounts, Merest payable quarterly by credit to Savings Account, interest on Certificates of Deposit off $1,000 to $5,000 made for 90 days up to one year, interest payable quarterly, semiannually, annually. NEW CAR LOANS: $4,00 per $100.00 per year on new cars with a 40% down payment. YOUR FULL SERVIOE BANK SECURITY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA "MORE PERSONAL SERVICE" Member ef Federtl Ptpptit Iniyrinct Corporation WITH OFFICE AT LU VERNE, IOWA

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