Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 21, 1966 · Page 8
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By Susan Elbort and R«« Ann KolUich Cheering the Cubs on to vie- tpry.thds basketball season are Becky Bormann, Diane Eischen, Gina Forbes, Betty McGuire, Darlene Plathe, Barb Stoffel, And Maureen Bestenlehner (substitute). The girls were .selected as cheerleaders on Wednesday, November 9, by the coaches and Varsity cheerleaders. —GHS— The Reverend Al McCoy of Lddderdale, Iowa, conducted a day of recollection at GHS on Friday, November 18. This year three days of spiritual renewal are scheduled at different times during the 'school year to re- jftlace the annual mid-year re- —GHS— On Wednesday, November 23, the GHS Concert Band will present the first of three concerts trt the year. Also appearing in (heir 'first' concert will be the Junior Band (seventh and eighth graders) 'who will play three numbers. The beginners (fifth and sixth graders) will demonstrate how they play their horns. The evening's performance will include a wide .variety of. music to to totjoyaf by til age group*. •A special riMTifwej —._.... afwe <* "toy fair Udy" WM it tended by Varsity Cham* members trf the it* class oh, Novfnv ber 14 it the Algona Theatr*. _OHI— ftarberthep Concert Klcfc>eff took place on Tuesday, November 15. The local Barbershop Chorus will perform it i benefit concert on December 1, tut the Garrigan gym, -GHS- Civll Defense teacher* are now part of the GHS faculty as a result of a course taught by Mr. Marvin Waltz at Garrigan. The teachers who completed the course on November 9, and received certificates are: Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM, Sister Mary Imelda, PBVM, Sister Lawrence Marie, PBVM, Sister Mary Lucille, PBVM, Sister Marie, OSF, Sister Mary Maun, OSF, Mr. Thomas Puetz and Mr. Norbert Rezac. Briflht (but it was really Dark) and early, in fact, very early > on •the morning of Friday, November 11, the delegates to the National Catholic Educational Press Congress left Wesley, Iowa with the next stop Milwaukee, Wis. Sister Mary Maun, OSF, faculty advisor, and Paula Dearchs, Sandy Elbert, Susan Elbert, and Karon Fuchsen, delegates, were accompanied by Sister Mary James OSF, of Bancroft. The group spent an interesting and exciting weekend acquiring new ideas to use in THE STAR The students also learned how: a journalist works in reporting and interpreting the news. • —GHS— . . : ,.., Touring North Iowa Appliance Center and Dunn's Sure Save Market 'the foods classes of GHS learned many things. At the ap- Ipliance store they were shown the newest appliances and con- Thank You } ( •'..-.'; ' i I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all of those who gave me their support in the past election for Supervisor. Your vote of confidence; was sincerely appreciated. v j Plathe ' ' , ', ^ "* , ' ' •' ' t . ":" ' • ' "»' SUPERVISOR FROM THE FIRST DISTRICT New Sears Store OPENS Monday, Nov. 28 9 A.M. ||«**I<I*¥WMI<MI**»JI*MMMMI**<¥^ 1 Watch for Grand Opening ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^—^.^^^~.^—.—^^.^ Sears, Roebuck & Co. 115 E. State 2953549 Algona em housewife. At th* tmricet they fainted how to *ho|> wisely conserve tfait money. Former Burt • '«i - V.'''J» T resident dies in California Burt— Word has been received that Mrs. Ralph Carney, 48, died at Riverside^ Calif, last week. She is the former Charlotte Lee. Her father, Paul Lee, 74, died a few weeks ago in Michigan and was buried ih Burt township cenjetery, They are former Burt residents. ; SEALS ARE MAILED The TB and Health Council has announced the opening of this year's campaign for funds to fight respiratory disease including tuberculosis, emphysema, asthma, influenza, bronchitis and the common cold. To finance its health program the association lias mailed out letters. Enclosed are those well known Christmas seals which for 60 years have been the sole support of the organization. Everyone should use Christmas seals on holiday niall and the program needs contributions terge or small. TO HONOR GROUP Mrs. Larry Holding, Burt,- at Peru State College was initiated into Peru State's Beta Mu chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary fraternity. Juniors must Lifk«i Nursing School in Mrs. John Bahr was vUlted last week Sunday by her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bahr of Clarksville and the younger Mrs. Bahr's mother, Mrs, Nell Smith of Shell Rock. Michel* and ConnU Caste) will be home this week to spend Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cassel. Michele is a student at St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn., and Connie goes to Clarke College, Dubuque. Mr. end Mrs. A. D. Crawford have left for Denver, Colo., where they will spend Thanksgiving with their daughter and her family, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Nelson. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine were visited last week by their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Steinman, Cheryl and Jerry of Arvada, Colo. Mrs. Valentine's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doyle of Fort Dodge .iwere also guests for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Don Potter, in the upper fourth of their class and show continued interest In the field of education. The new store in Burt, the Burt Sundry Store, is having a grand opening Nov. 17-19 with prizes. The ^ owner of the store is Ben Anderson^ Kanawha, Ivy Woltz is manager assisted by Mary Beth Hamilton. Mrs. Ronald • Jurgeas is the Red Cross chairman for the 1966 drive in the town of Burt. Her workers on the drive were Mrs. Alyin Baumgard, Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Mrs. Bruce Cranston, Mrs. Bernard Miller ahd Mrs. Gladys Hawcott. The drive was completed Nov. 17 with a coffee at the home of Mrs; Jurgens. Nov.- 17 at the, Methodist church the committee on membership^ and evangelism met, and : *<*"**""» plus the Sunday school teachers at 10:15 a.m. Plans were made for a program at the County Home Dec. 4. Plans" also were started for the annual Christmas program ohurth,, at Burt Methodist Cindy, Cathy and Julia of million, S. D., visited the L. R. Potters and the-Joha McGuire® last weekend. Mark Seeley will have as his guest over Thanksgiving his former roommate at St. Thomas College, Pat Kelly of Monitama. Mr. end Mrs. Bernard Cooper, Gary and Mike spent last week- 'erad in, South Bend, Ind., where they attended the Notre Dame- Duke game on Saturday. While there, the Coopers visited with Jim had the lead in the play. The Finns also spent some time visiting with the Revi, and 1 Mrt. Newton Coughenour, former 'Al* gonans. Mrs, Eugene Murtagh, Mrt, Richard Thoreson and Mrs. Wade SuUivfrn spent Wednesday of last week in Fort Dodge. Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardgrove will be their daughter Kitty, ; a student at Buena Vista, and her roommate, Jenny Talmadge of Denver, Colo. Mist Sheila Sullivan, Minneap. plis, will spend the Thanksgiving weekend with her mother, Mrs. Wade Sullivan. Dr. Donald Mclntyre of Minneapolis will be a guest Saturday and Sunday. Robert E. Lucey, ton of Mrt. Robert Lucey,' was home last weekend from St. Thomas College, St. Paul, where he is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Kees and Mr. ; driid Mrs. Lloyd Bbhannon drove to Columbia, Mo., to spend „ „ Pirento 1 . Weekend with their S.ff •*? rtF d ™8^ r ' Pam Kees and Ann visited-the Dr. Bohanrion at Christian College. ->->-spoilt last Wednesday at Fox Lake fishing, Among them were Byron Richardson, Ralph Mor* gait, Alex bermand, Lloyd Well- en<lorf, Bill Dau, Jr., Henry Becker, Dave Shumway, Joel Herbst and Charles Kuchynka. Mr. and Mrt. Orvllle Wlekt re- ceiVed word last week that their daughter Barbara underwent a tonsilectomy at Stephens Col' lege, Columbia, Mo., where she is a freshman. The surgery was performed on Thursday. Mrt. Gene Hood, Mrs. Andrew Reding and Mrs. Gusta Patterson were visited recently by their sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs. M. J. Eischeid of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrt. Lloyd Bohannon were visited recently by Mrs Bohannon's brother, Dr. H, J Bonnstetter of Kennedy; Tex Dr. Bonnstetter had attended his class reunion at Creighton University, Omaha. Engaged Letters to the Editor Dear Sir: I want to put this in your paper. We had, a wreck a half mile east of Burt and, then about a mile and a 1 half north on the black top at the creek bridge. This happened the morning of Nov. 9 and I wonder after it The two. couples returned homel was too late, along they came last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchab had! as guests last weekend Mr. Nitchal's. brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs, M. A. Nitchals and two sons of Omaha. .; •• Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuire expect to have their daughter, Janet home for tho T'hianixsgiv- ing. weekend. Janet is a freshman at Mount St. Soliolastica Paul Seiler, former Garrigan ath- College in Atchison, Kans. lete now playing offensive tackle on Notre Dame's first team. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen will leave this week for Lansing, Mich., where they will spend Thanksgiving with their son and his family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen and Lisl. ; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival will have as guests Thanksgiving Mrs. Percival's mother, Mrs. Mary Christensen, a bratiheir, Milton Christensen and children, and another brother and Ms family, Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen, all of Royal. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs v Ross Morey of Msjrysville, Mo. ' • • ftp; arid Mrs. Harold EHckton will be visited over Thanksgiving by Mrs. Eriokson's ' mother, Mrs. O. J. Anderson, Buff alp', Minn,, and by Dr. and Mrs. O. ]}. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bergholtz, all of Mankato Mrs. Robert Lucey and Mr*. The Thanksgiving vacation at Mary Oesterreioher, -the latt-a' school starts at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 23. •';;'••". -•" -• • Nov. 23, Union Thanksgiving service will be held at Burt Methodist church, Rev. Bruce Calbreath will :ba in charge of the program. Algona and Good Hope .will have Union services at Good Hope Wednesday, Nov. 23. Rev. Noiand, Algona will speak at St. John's Lutheran church Nov. 24. There will be Thanksgiving Worship. Mrs. Albert Metzger was a guest Thursday of Mrs. Homer SaWn. ;«:• v The Homer Sabins were guests Monday of Teenie Stewart and Ben Leeck. Mrs. Donald Mitchell was a delegate Nov. 13 at the state Heart meeting in Iowa City. Mrs. Mitchell is Kossuth chairman. The Mitchells visited over the weekend at their son, Norm an's in Des Moines. Elmer Maas, Whittemore, is now employed at the Burt Co op elevator. Fortnightly club will meet Nov. 25 at Elsie Winter's. The Larry Olsons, New Or leans, La., are visiting in Burt and Algona. of Titonka, drove to Des Moines last week Saturday where they saw "Hello Dolly!" at the KRNT Theater. Mr. and Mrs: William Finn spent last weekend in Dubuque visiting their son Jim. On Saturday they attended "Streetcar Named Desire" put on by the University of Dubuque Players. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman drove to Sioux City Thursday where Judge • Stillman attended a mseiting of the Iowa State Bar Association and Mrs. Stillman visited Mrs. Fred Jones who is in St. Joseph Hospital recover- .ng from a coronary. Mrs. Jones is the mother of the Stillmains' soiwn-law, Don Jones. Mr. and Mrs. James Everds will be visited by their son Jos of Topefca. Kans., over the holiday weekend. On Thanksgiving Day, the family will go to Allison, la., for dinner witih Mr. and Mrs. Dave Evsrds. Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield had as guests- la?t v/eeksiia Mr. arid Mrs. John Morris and daughter Elizabeth of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith were in Iowa City iasl weekend for Dad's Day. Their son Bob is a freshman at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Gary McDonald and children spent a weekend visiting Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Phillips of Glenwood, la., recently. .Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Coomes of Oak Park, 111. The men were classmates in law school at the University of Iowa and their wives were classmates at St. and put maybe a couple hundred pounds of sand on the road which did not amount to nothing. ' You might say I wonder what the trouble is with the supervis- >r their help as the mail carrier has to make his daily route and drive just north of where it happened. I can't see why they can't ?et on the ball and make it look ike they are trying anyway and ailso we came home on two miles of dirt arid the other way around on 169 there were someone's cattle all over the dirt road. Now why can't .something be done about this whole thing. Yours truly, John J. Bergman Burt, Iowa LET US HELP! We Feature: • Kohler Fixtures • Gas Conversions • Myers Pumps and GREEN AIR CONDITIONING WMI REPAIRS - INSTALLATIONS - REMODELING R.J.FUNK Climbing & Heating 119 S, Dodg. Algona, Iowa Phono 295-3334 MR. AND MRS. Jerry McVay, Humboldt, announce the engagement and future marriage of their daughter Linda, to Gorden L, Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs Faye Harmon, LuVerne. Linda, a 1965 graduate of the Humboldt schools, is employed by Humboldt Trust and Sayings bank. Her fiance is a 1962 grad mate of LuVerne school and is he i» firtshirt* hi» National Guard twining Me Hi greeted horn* sometime in December. fh« cotiple i* pfenning an eaf* ly spring wedding. WftMM Viilaft dild WWwIBlWI -WtJIPiej WWiw two The League of Women Voters will 'have a morniiig ittd evening meeting, Monday, November 22. Mrs. V. L. Guilder will be hostess for the 9:30 a,m. session and the 8 p.m. meeting will be at the home of Barbara Haggard. Mrs. LeRoy Strohman and her com- mitlee will give a program on "The Continuing Responsibility On The Nationil Level". ACCIDENT CORRECTION It was incorrectly stated In last week's paper that a car driven by Bertha Vitzthum, Irvington, backed into a car driven by Arthur Thilges, Algona, last Tuesday on Dodge street in Algona. It was the Thilges car that backed into the Vitzthum machine and „ improper backing charges were filed against Mr. i-' Thilges. •»••»»»»»••»»•»»»»»•••••»•»•»»••»•«••»»»»«•»*•»» * ' - • ••..'•-'-'" '.'"'• i . .' ' i - ".' ' ': See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table stereo combinations, models, console and North Iowa Appliance Center! John Levy Phone 295-3818 Algona Iowa You are cordially invited to Visit our * ' v i *' . . \ '' Diamond Room and view the finest collection of diamonds in this area, priced from $ 39 to $ 350... Relax in privacy and comfort and let us show you our beautiful diamonds this Christmas! Your credit is good at Rusk's ... No down payment . . . 18 months to pay . , . Discounts given for cash. Rusk Drug & Jewelry 80' ••lift POSTIVELY ENDS WEDNESDAY. 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