Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 24, 1966
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In fading Btlmond wcrkin Chuck toahr, Algona, sefgeadi in the Air National Giiardj was alerted Thursday to Fort Dodge, Me assisted in the feeding of Job Corps personnel located in Fort Dodge who are working in the tornado'Stricken Belmond area. According to Lt. Col. Duafte UMad, Detachment Commander Of the 133rd Tactical Control Flight, Iowa National Guard, his unit was asked by the Governor of Iowa to take over the feeding responsibilities as there are no facilities to feed and house the 140 Job Corps trainees. The Army National Guard assisted in them. The Aif GUard unit expects to remain in Fort Dodge approximately ten days. »»eeee»e»eee»»»eeeeeeee» Swea Eagle Mr*. Kenneth Irene* .Eagle Homemakers me t N with Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt recently. Mrs. Elvin Swanson of the Swea- Harrison Club gave the lesson on fitting foundation garments. Plans are pending for the No- yember meeting. Friday guests at Darrel Bishop's were the Marlin Hunks- meiers, Ledyard. (low.) A5VAN&-I MONDAY;oct, 24 "•- j ^ ' ' Bear Facts By Sown Elbert and Rae Ann Kollatch Garrigan's 8th annual earnlva s topped off by the drawing of the tickets for the prizes. Lin da Mertz and Kathy McGuire won the two stuffed dogs. The winners of the major prizes were Albert Kramer — electric blend r, James L. Esser — AM-F1M ;ransistor radio, and Ray Kohl as was the lucky person who got to choose between the RCA color TV or $500 savings bond. The students and faculty wish to thank everyone who helped to make the carnival and smorgasbord a success. Shower give* , ' ^% J tor Burt girl to be married Burt — A miscellaneous _„. . £ cr was held Oct. 18 at Burl Presbyterian church for JeatWtte Wichtendahl, Patricia Groen Jftg Stered the guests. Corsages presented, t ., Marjorie LaVrenss had charge of the program. A vocal duet was by Linda and Janet Becker accompanied by Evelyn Mawds ley. Readings were given by Mary Lavrenz, and a skit by Linda and Janet with narrator Evelyn Mawdsley. They also : sang a duet, Assisting with gifts were Marlys and Jane Wichtendahl and Carla Strayer. Diane Strayer poured. ^ Hostesses were Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven, Viola Becker, Toots Hoppus, Marj Dutton, BeUlah Lavrenz, Vivian Dundas, Gloria Camera Club officers elected at a recent meeting were Steve Walker, president; Neil Nurre, vice-president; and Barbara Wagner, treasurer. The members are responsible for taking pictures for the "Garrigold" and "Th^ Star." They learn how to use i different types of cameras •and. 1 '<bhe various jobs that are done,while working in the dark Presthus, Ethel Drernriiel, Thelma Meister, Hilma Carlson, Esther Duncan, Leona Lovstad, Arlene Marlow, Emma Moore, Esther Miller, June Presthus, Mary Rasmussen, Virgie Smith, Grace Trenary, Thelma Andreason Marion Westling, Mary Weber Ruth Trurikhill.v Mary Geibkeri Florence Koestler, Annetta Mar low, Linda Meister and Rose Mo Guire. Jeanette Ann, daughter of the Edwin Wichtendahls, Lone Rock, will marry David, son of the Henry Smiths, Burt, at Lotts Creek, 7:30'p.m. Oct. 29. They will livVin'Fort Dodge, where he is employed and she is a nurses b§f g, tnwMe; Marilyn Perm Jeari Lynch, fecfeaiioflrArien* toady and Cindy Pattie»6n f Sp* :ial activities chaitmenv Marilyn *erson gave a talk aftd an illus-> rated talk was givett~by Marilyn Cherland. Rochelle Sarchet gave i demonstration, Lunch Was served by Marilyn, Janet and Mfs. E. J. Cherland, Past Matrons club IS planning a tour to fort Dodge Oct. 29. Fortnightly club will meet on Oct. 28 at Ruth Gaf man's in Algona. Musical groups in.Burt school are practicing for the Operetta to be given Nov. 4, Individual school pictures will be taken Oct. 24. Guests Sunday at Dean Andrews' were the Ted Hoovers Sr., Mrs. L. S. Young and the Dale Struthers, Algona, thie A. L. Struthers, Oakdale, and Norman Andrews, a cousin, from Booneville, Ark. The District Christian Work- rs school will be held at Emmetsburg Oct. 30, Nov; 6 and Nov. 13 each Sunday for leadership training. The annual Day of Prayer and Self Denial services will be held jointly for Burt and Good Hope hef papentt, the Afthuf Kleins, She tefifehes in Clear Lalie. Lou Martin, Jefferson, recent ly received sever e bodily injuf • ies when thrown ffom the Honda he was riding. The faculty and .employees of the Weslcy-Coi'with school had a pot lUck dinner in the Convith building Tuesday. Mrs. Agnes Hill and Mrs. Mag Bleich visited the H o w a r d Frenches in the Good Samaritan FliWnofti Mrs. Floyd Mdfttgomfry, Ckofge GarHet,, affid M*s. WJ lace Reynolds have Mifliings dtj display in , Ihe Fairmont art show at Wallaces. Sunday coffee guests at Al* bert Anderson's for his birthday wers his patents^ the Art Artdff- sorts, William L. Tobitt, and the Kenneth Bfones. Weekend guests at LaUrel Pe- home in Algona Monday. Debbie Carman, daughter of the Ed Garmans, began work last week in Al's Lounge. Classes at Corwith-Wesley schools were dismissed at 2 p.m. Thursday and no classes were held on Friday, as the faculty attended a meeting in Des Moines. , Otto Falks, of Mrs. terson f s Were 'the Spicer, Peterson, The R. E. Petersons wjefre Sunday guests • at Laufel Peterson's, and Evatis Johnson, Le SUeUr Minn., was an afternoon guest The Wallace'Dawsons attend ed a family dinner at Walter Dawson's Sunday at Dunnell Minn, Th£ Ormal Guinns were week end visitors at relatives, the Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brone* the sweater of the year Because it combines the great Fall '66 details: the full, ribbed turtle and the wide ribbed panels. Because it's exactly right under your big pea-jackets, and under your trench coat, and with' short skirts, lacy Stockings, straight pants, jeans or bell-bottoms. Because it's a Sheltie Mist by Garland, in lively fall colors and soft new heathers. And because we have it. sweater $12 pants $13 "Womens & Girls Fashion Center" room. — GHS — Resolved: That the foreign aid program of . the United.. States should be limited to non-military assistance/This is the topic that G. H. S. students in debate argue about each day 'during their debate class. The sophomores may ako debate in place of English •virile the upper classmen have t classified as an activity, — GHS — The freshman football team ost a 'hard-fought battle to Es- iherville 13-6 on Tuesday, Octo- jer. 11. — GHS — Margaret Studer/1966 gradu- ite of G. H. S., attending Mount St. Scholastica College, portrayed Piglet in Kristin Sergei's dramatization of "Winnie-the^Pooh." The Mount Dramatic Arts class presented the play October 15 and 16. Margaret is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer, 319 E. Elm, Algona. — GHS — A petrified pineapple? How about a petrified gizzard?? These are just a few of the specimens in the collection of Garrigan's own rock hound, Father Stapen- horst. Father brought these two rocks along with other specimens to school to show his sophomore religion class in connection with aid at Friendship Haven. BLUE BIRDS ELECT Burt Blue Birds met Saturday with Janet and Marilyn Cherland. Officers elected are; Janet Cherland, president; Colleen Kruse, vice; Becky Cranston, sec.; Lennice Waltman, treas.; Marilyn Cherland, historian; Becky Kruse, photographer; Cheryl Kruse, reporter; Marcia 'Soderberg. music; Marilyn Person and Jean Lynch, recreation; Arlene Coady and Cindy Patterson, special ac tivities chairmen. Marilyn Person gave a talk and an illustrated talk was given by Marilyn Cher land. Rochelle Sarchet gave demonstration. Lunch was serve< by Marilyn, Janet and Mrs. E. J Cherland. The annual. Mission festive will be held at St. John's Luther an church Oct. 23. Rev. Rex Spi cer is speaker. at the Good Hope Methodist church at 2 p.m. Oct. 28. Secretaries of Spirtual Life are in charge of the program. The offerings are used for mission work. A coffee hour. will follow the service. Open house'will be held Nov. 3 at the Good Will Industries in ioux City. Contact Beth Miller f you plan to go. Fidelis class will meet Oct. 26 ; Stella Geesman's with Edna Smith assisting. Roll call is TV Program. The program is by Lefe McMullen. Mrs. Erma Harvey, Swea City, s a patient at the Methodist hospital in Rochester, Minn. She had surgery Oct. 21. The Spencer District Missionary Rally was held at Ruthven Oct. 19. Rev! M. C. Davies was in charge. Attending from Burt were the J. L. Millers, Elsie Win- ;er, Lorraine Campney and the Lance Riebhoffs. The Rev. Ch. Luke of India was the speaker. Birthday Club met at Mrs. Irvin Smith's for birthdays of Mrs. Carl Lofstrom and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt. Other guests were Mrs. Harry Larson, Mrs. James Koons, Mrs. Junior Askland, Mrs. Tony Graibianowski, Mrs. Dennis Looft. Mrs. S. Hammer, Humboldt, Sexton By NELL OPHEJM Mary and Judy Thomsen spen MO HUM SAL spent several days at her daughters, the Darrel Bishops. Saturday callers at William Tobins, East Chain, Jim Tob.ins, Rosseau, Minn., and the Jim, Towns' daughter, the Roland dreears. Rochester, Minn. The im Tobins, from near the Canadian border, are visiting their laughter. The Dillard Bishops and Bar bara were Sunday guests at Darrel Bishop's. The Swea. City Women's club will meet at Mrs. Mervin Johnson's Oct. 27 with Mrs. Fred VIoellering as assistant hostess. loll call is an Indian character. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson will have the program on the Tarna Indians, and Mrs. Moellering will give Federation news Evening Star circle of the Methodist church will meet on Friday at the home of Mrs. John Dontje. Junior Mission will meet October 28. Douglas Johnson, son of the Mervin Johnsons returned las TheMayrtafd Johnson's. The Sunday gues,ts 6t the Paul Garrys, Mrs< Detmer Thotftpsion, Noftii Kossuth chairman, arid Mr*. George Wolfe, South . Ko^dth chairman, Alg6na, met at MM. Woife's to assemble, the -T. t B. Seals sales kits. There wUl be meeting and. luncheon Friday, at the A,lgona Hotel. MOVING TO NEW LOCATION ACROSS PROM WEIDENHOFF EAST ON HIGHWAY 18 their study on was formed. how the earth VOTE FOR MERTIE H. HUBER ((•publican Candidate for COUNTY RECORDER NOV. 8 Received specialised training at Hamilton Business College, Mason City Ten years experience in Titenka Savings Bank Experience as bookkeeper at Burt and Titonka elevators Widowed with on* **v Gary, ttodent in Burt High School NEW BROWNIES Investiture services were hel last Tuesday after school at the Burt town hall for the new Brownies, Devorea Pannkuk, June Hanson, Debra Haase, Donna Wagner, Patty Reimers, Brenda Jurgens, Diane Fraser, Mary Jo Wermers, Sheila Angus. Mothers and the Girl Scouts were guests. Each gave the promise and were given a Brownie pin. Brownies given a start for each year of membership, were: Barbara Herrick, Pat Parsons, Sharla Sarchet, Cheryl Curtis, Sandra Madsen, Ann Bradley, Laura Troutman, Cathy Sill, Dawn Stenzel. Lunch was served after the meeting. Traveling to ST. ^ MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY Where the MOTOR LODGE MINUS USTNNUWt «M MCITU, 'Swwl INN 9FTM$IMCI KNIGHT. I fNUpiMI rejll«IMMI w 9M**f IW.M *«*• z* www tjwi mm m I MIDWAY LODGES CUEST SEM«i | 1975 UNIVERSITY AVENUE J ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA HIM Gentlemco: Please stod Ux T«ini Mote H«W Kodwra T*int-J14.75 M MfiH»f 1*4 I*»!M!JAM to ifftijmMiiiU VWN Ml tl HA> m LIONS CLUB MEETS Lions' club met Oct. 17 at the Legion. Hall. The Auxiliary committee serving the dinner was Luella McWhorter, Leona Lacy, Dorothy Becker and Elva Boettcher. Attendance drawing was won by Lion Hawcott. The Gavel Must Travel promotion was given to the Burt Lions club by 3 members of the Klemme club. Bill Easier- was a guest. The club voted to raise the price for Pancake Day to $1 for adults and 75c for children under 12, all they can eat. The club voted $25 to the Boy Scout Fund Drive. The annual Halloween party will be held at the Legion Hall Oct. 13 with Lion B. Cranston in charge. Burt Blue Birds met Saturday with Janet and Marilyn Cherland. Officers elected are: Janet Cherland, president; Colleen Kruse, vice president; Becky Cranston, secretary; Lennice Waltman, treasurer; Marilyn Cherland, historian; Becky Kruse, photographer; Cheryl Kruse, reporter; Marcia Soder- the weekend with their parents the Leo Thomsens. Saturday eye ning Mary and Judy were guests of Carol Schnell, Algona/v who formerly attended Morningside college also. The Alfred Opheims and Douglas and Jeffrey, Fairmont, were Saturday and Sunday .visitors with his mother, Mrs. Nell Opheim. Sunday they were all guests at Elzo Lewerke's at Rockwell. Mrs. Lewerke is a niece of Nell Opheim. The Claire Hoveys had as guests Sunday the Harold Hov- eys, Darwin, Larry and Karlene, Wesley, the Larry Teachouts and son Pocahontas, and James Za- uggs and Angela, Algona. Lewis Wederquist, Colorado Springs, Colo., is visiting his brother, B. Jack Widequist. Mrs. Claire Hovey will have the Sexton Friendly club at Mrs. Nell Opheim's this Monday, Oct. 24. The meeting will start after supper when members can get there. The club is making things for women at the Woodward home. Virginia Klein spent the week- ,.., -- - •- ,,.,,. ,• ,, ?> -. , . SAVE- SAVE UP TO ON FAMILY AND COMPANION MONUMENT $' [00 Thursday after a week as a sur gery patient at the hospital a Estherville. Douglas had an appendectomy followed by pneu monia. . Mrs. Richard Waterbury, Cherokee, visited Mrs. Meryin Johnson last week. She had spent the week with her parents, the Jens Madsens. TThe Everett Johansons and the Ole Johansons were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Vera Johnson's, UP TO '75 ON DOUBLE COMPANION MARKERS ^, , MARKERS AS LOW AS $«»O 00 ALGONA COMPANY DOWNTOWN — ALGONA, IOWA it's time to change to an electric range . . . Want to get off s * s f . M ' ^ * * •• •»• » the STOCK MARKET TOTTER? TEETER- rrr investment account? pay regular high dividends on your savin*?. Invest now! DON JORGENSON FOR COUNTY TREASURER VOTE FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Paid Political Ad B mmmr at iar / IB IBP ,gja.d 'i a di taa Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Here's why more and more families are changing to electric cooking every year... CLEAN . , . Kitchen walls and curtains stay cleaner. So do pots and pans . .. and the range itself. It's as clean as electric light. SPEEDY .. . Heat starts the instant you flick a switch. And it goes directly to the utensil. You get accurate heat, controlled exactly with definite settings ... the same every time! AUTOMATIC , . . a modern electric range almost cooks .by itself.,. gives you more time for your family or yoyrself, PrecJsei measured heat cooks better, BETTER ... Results improve because cooking speeds are controlled ... You need less water,. .and save the vitamins in the food for better health, Set your dttltr today! Algona Municipal Utilities

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