Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 10, 1966
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t-ALOONA (low*) ADVANC1 , set, ie, Bear Facts NIWl W A190MA Local News IV MOLLY MuOONALO — IMJMO I I I I By Sown Elberf and Rae Ann Kollaich In a comeback during the fourth quarter the Cubs defeated Hunwoitit 7-6 on Wednesday, Sept. 29. This gives the Cubs a 3-1 record. — GHS— Carnival Time has again come to G.H.S. The carnival kick-off was held on Friday, Sept. 3D'. Every student was given Smorgasbord tickets and chances on a RCA Victor Color TV to sell. The eighth annual Carnival will take piace on Sunday, October ife in the Garrigan gym. — GHS— r Freshman clan officer* were elected on Sept. 26. Chosen to lead the freshman class were David Besch, president; Michael Black, vxce president; Judy Kol- iasch, secretary; Mark Besch, treasurer; 'i'nomas Scherer, his- Mrs. Esther L. DeCamp has moved from Huimboldt to Sail Diego, Calif, with her daughter aha son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ; Mike Swaem. Mrs. DeCamp. is a former Algonan. Mary Marvel Daley, daughter of the Vernon 0. i>aleys, Lu* Verne, is enrolled at the American Institute 01 business in Des Moines. Mary was a I9tt4 graduate of the LuVerne Community school arid is a student in Junior Accounting. Mrs. Phillip Konlhaat had as her guests tor a tew days recently her sister, Mrs. Joseph Lick* teig of Cresoo. Mrs. Lickteig's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. aad Mrs. Larry Carter ot Austin, came for the weekend and Mrs. Lickteig returned with them to Austin last week Sunday. Robert Dreesman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman, visited his parents over the Oct. 1 weekend. He is a fceshman at Buena Vista in Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Hood wore visited over the Oct. 1 weekend by their daughter:Mary Jean ana her roommate Jo Caaorian. Tne torian; and Linda bnggs, social chairman. —GHS— Five bus loads o' enthusiastic Bear fans went to the game at ' Fort Dodge Saturday hignt, Oct. 1. There they .; siaw trie Bears tromp the Gaels 46-6 in an exciting game. •' ' —GHS—, ;-.. See mine. Aren't they neatl 'They're so , cool U Let' me ; see ., yours. This is what dominated the conversation of the seniors on Tuesday, Sept. 27 when they received their, class rings. The • rings are of a gold setting with a black onyx stone. v I ••',-, —GHS— ••'• G.H.S.'* Homecoming took > place on Saturday, October 8. '' The' .festivities started on Fri, ? ,day,night with a Pep-Rally which included a .skit.' and a bonfire. The Emmetsburg Irish were the , Bears opponents for the Homecoming game on Saturday night. Ray F'aubus' orchestra played Engaged Mr. snd Mrs, Jo* Fomptun were Visited oVer the Oct. 1 Weekend by theit- daughter, Matjo, who is in her first year at Buena Vista, Storm Lake, red to the home office of Mbi* nesotA Mining and Manufacturing. He had been in the Richmond, Va., office. Mr, and Mr*. Kohlhaas have two daughters, Kimberly, 2, and Karla Ann, 4 mos, Mr. end Mrs. Jerry Cowan had as callers last Monday Mr, and Mrs. Ott SchaXer of Humboldt d the Schafer's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs/ Htm Sande of Kansas City, Mrs. Eldon Wlnktl wot In Chicago last weekend attending the wedding of her sister, Mary Kay Vtillea, and Charles Schmidt on Sunday, Oct. 1, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fri.tedt wept to Iowa City Thursday to visit their daughter and her family, Dr. and Mrs. James McLer> in and Steven. Before returning lome, the Fristedts spent a day in Burlington with Mr. Fristedt's sisters at a family reunion. Mr. end Mrs. John Hood drove to South Bend, Ind., over.the weekend where they attended ohe Notre Dame—Army game Saturday afternoon. ofr' the post-game dance. —GHS— The C.S.M.C. (Catholic Students Mission Crusade) conducted its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Sept. 27., The offi- ,,CCTS elected v/ere Eiith Hofer, 'president; Sue Hall, vice president; Jeanne Grotty, secretary; and Joanne Crotty, treasurer. — GHS— No school for G.H.S. students 1 but instead it was school time 'for the G.H.S. faculty. The fa- -• culty attended the Secondary Teachers Institute at Carroll on Monday, Oct. 3. Lone Rock Willis Cotton attended the annual meeting Tuesday of the .; trustees of the Presbyterian summer camp located on Lake Okoboji. The all day meeting was held at the camp, ; Mrs, Evelyn Earring was surprised Monday with a birthday ; party. Mrs. John Dixon, Mrs. Mary Paulson, Sylvia Worthing •and Mrs, Worthington, and Mrs. -. Robert Hanna called for her birthday. , , The A. P. Taylors, Des Moines, were guests at Willis Cotton's last weekend. They had been visiting with their daughter, the John Cottons, Spencer, and brought Deborah Cotton, granddaughter, to visit the Cottons. The Andrew Thomsons, Lone Hock, visited their daughter, the Glenn Hughes, Sac City, Sunday. Connie Hughes, the Thomsen granddaughter, who is a senior ; at Sac City high school, has been notified she is a semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship. Connie was among the highest scoring students in Iowa. She plans on attending Ames after graduation. She is interested in journalism ahd social science. Farm Auctions Oct. 14 — Reuben Olson Estate auction, at farm located 4 miles north and 1% miles east of Bancroft. Sale includes three tractors and complete line of machinery. Quinn and Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Pancroft, clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Oct. 15 — Robert Whitney dairy auction, at farm located Vt mile north of Cylinder. Sale includes 40 head of cows and healers and 26 black' calves, plus equipment. Full sale details in today's Advance. Quinji awi Clark, two girls teach in the same school in Minneapolis. Mr. end Mrs. Charles Hardgrove were visited last weekenu by their daughter *itty and her roommate Janet Taimadge of Denver, Colo. The ', girls are freshmen at buena Viwua, Storm Lake. Mrs. Peul Seeley returned recently from a trip to Kansas City where she visited her mother, Mrs. Laura Hintz, and her brother and sister-in-law, Stain Sgt; and Mrs. Neill Hintz. Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wegener and family and Henry Kueok were in Lone Rock last Monday as dinner guests of Mrs. Adela Thompson. . Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey were called to St. Charles, Minn. recently by the death of Rev. Harcey's nephew, Ronald Littlefield, in an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan are expected to return home today (Monday) from a three weeks stay in Ireland. Mr. end Mrs. Everett Anderson were visited last week Sunday by their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Anderson, Greg, Randy and Michelle. The senior Mrs. Anderson and Michelle celebrated their birthdays that day. Mr. and Mrs. Rey Funk drove to Cedar Rapids last week Friday for the funeral of Mr. Funk's brother-in-law, George Weir. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith have as their guest for several weeks their grandson, Steve Smith. Steve's parents,^ Mr, and Mrs. Craig Smith are visiting their daughter and her family, Mr, and Mrs, Larry Plummer of Wilmington, Del. The Smiths and Plummers are taking a trip South together, and Mr. and Mrs, Smith will also stop in White Plains, N. Y,, and South Bend, Ind., before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Iver Christoffersen of Cedar Falls. The men were classmates at the University of Iowa College of Law and the women attended nursing school together in Chicago. Mrs. W. J. Becker visited her daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs, Everett Anderson, last week Saturday and attended the Band Festival while here. Mrs. Becker is living at Heritage Home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds and foreign exchange student Sutira Soipet of Thailand, who is living with them this year, attended an American Field Ser- MR. AND MRS. Victor Roch- leaU, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage ' of their daughter, Carolyn Jean to Larry A. Gibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Gibbs, Boone. ( The bride-to-be, a graduate of Algona high school and State College of Iowa, teaches mathematics in the Waterloo public schools." •: Mr. Gibbs, a graduate of Boone high school served four years in the U. S. Air Force, attended Boone Junior College two years and is now a junior at State College of Iowa, The wedding will take place on Dec. 26 at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. ly and John Kelly, all of Em metsburg, for a steak fry at the stale park. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals were visited this weekend by their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Coloff of Cedar Rapids. The Niitchals' son Jim, a student at Mankato State was also home for tine weekend Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas' son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Phil KoMhaas, moved into their new home in St. Paul on Oat. 1 Mr. Kohihaias has been transfer LuVerne Fern Bigings GOING TO VIET NAM ST5 Eldon Hinz has [arrived for a furlough with his parents, the Arnold Hinzes. Eldon came from Fort Eustis, \^a;,.; where he has completed five months in aviation school of'';twin : engines. Eldon served earlier 2 '/fe years in Amberg, Germany; He: leaves Oct. 20 for .Oakland, Cal-i iforniia, and on to Viet Nam for service. .""/"'• The Loyd paresis, David and Deiann, his mother, Mrs. Ada Faresi, Fort Dodge, were weekend guests of the Cecil Jolliffeeis, Dawn Lindeibak is a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She is the daughter of the Edward Lindebaks and a freshman at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Fred Goeitsch, (Helen), was released -Tuesday from the Lutheran' hospital, Fort Dodge, following major surgery Sept. 27. The Cecil Jolliffes attended the funeral of Loren Daniel, .63, in the Lutheran church in l fot- tosen Saturday. Will you pay $600 more than necessary to over your kitchen? You'd never fUMt by tooklnil ThCM smartly ttyled tola* with true dtep •Mttni tola comfort, easily open to liva you • luxuriously, comfortable full size bedl It's liko adding an extra bedroom to your homtl Immadlatt delivery in specially satetMl fabrics from our floor tedayl ; i ^lli^*^^^'^- f ^iw^^' Mfrttmporirjr ttylt In mihabto plaitfe up* SotcM Ml* arict. C«n wtth CMmporiry »r traditional dicor. 100% «»- ton,."Sertrt-fiuwd" fabric*. Mifnllletnt modern. 100% Nylon, "Scotch-Bund," ouy to titan. Special sal* price. Styled for timoloss food Usto. f 229 100% Nytan, "ScotchrGuird *Ui« repellent Speciel »ele pric*. • • • ' . vice meeting at at Luther, la., the 4-H camp last weekend. High school advisor Allan Kniep and Mrs. Kniep were also there. There are 113 foreign exchange students in Iowa representing 40 countries. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook had as guests this weekend Mr. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook of Wilmer, Minn. Mrs. Al Agena visited her aunt, Mrs. Marie Tennant in Hartley, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Clayton Percival spent the weekend at Ames visiting their daughter Linda for Parent's Weekend. They attended the Iowa State—Kansas game Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Qalen PeValois have named their new son David Warren. He was born Sept. 26 ait St. Ann's. The DeValojs' have three other children, Del> bie, 7, Unda, 4, and Karen, 17 months. Mr*. Wade Sullivan and Mr. awd Mrs, W. B. 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