Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1966 · Page 5
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Bear Facts from Viet, Nam after serving a year as in tdvisot to the Viet- ttamese forces. •/••• -CHS- • A tt« WILL OONt to the Seats for thoir victories ovaf Mason City Newman and Poca- tiontas Catholic. In the Mason City game the Bears tied the home game scoring record of 92. By SuMn Elbtrt and Rao Ann Kollaieh Viet Nam — lt» paopfc, climate, land and the war— was the subject of a talk given by Capt 'Thofmds V.. Forburger to GHS American history classes on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Capt. Forburg or has returned to the U. S. HHMtC fill the ftlf With of goad witt GH3 Congratulations to Coach Stephen McCall on being .chosen as one of the four speakers at the annual Iowa High School Athletic Association winter basketball coaching clinic. The clinic took place on Saturday, Dec. 17 at Veterans MemoriaJ Auditorium in Des Moiinss Coach McCall's talk was on, the use of defense to attack pressure. The Bears played the Polar Bears Of Des Moines North —GHS— At the strain* of Christmas dents are doing their part to make this Christmas a httle bit happier for the four families they have adopted through the Cowrtty Welfare Office. The stu- ents are bringing food and money to school which in turn will be given to these families. ••:: -OHS- Slftter Mari*, OSP, and Sitter Mary Ita, PBVM, attended a Hath Conference on Dec, 3 at itate University of Iowa at Ced* ar Falls. Modern trends in ge< ometry and the high school math currieulm were topics oi discussion at the convention. Christmas vacation begins at G8,rrigan on Wednesday, Dec. 21. The students Will return to school on January 3. —GHS— We, the writers, would like to wish each and everyone of you, our readers, a very Merry Christmas! YOUR CHOICE OF ANY USED TV SET IN OUR WAREHOUSE! '25 MONDAY, &EC, 19, 1966 ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI-S SERVICEMEN The lorne weeks Leo Dec. McEnroes i 13 from a For the, week before Christmas, we'll offer any Used TV set in our warehouse for only $25 . . . come out, take .your choice. Best selection early in the week. A great Christmas gift. Open Every Night Until Christmas! Brian Borchardt GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC Nov. 30—Electronics Technician Seaman Brian L. Borchardt USN, son of the Ervin P. Bor chardts, Fenton, is attending the basic electronics technician chool at the Naval Training tenter, Great Lakes, 111. The 8-week course covers the main- enance and repair of most aval electronic equipment. Kenneth W. Roeber SAIGON, VIETNAM (ATHNC) —Kenneith W.^Roeber, 22, son of Wilbur A. Kosher, Whittemore, Iowa, was promoted to Army specialist fifth class Nov. 30 in Vietnam where he is a member of Headquarters Area Command Vietnam. For pay purposes, his new grade is jquivalent to sergeant. Spec Eloeber is a personnel specialist m the command's Headquarters and. Headquarters Detachment He entered the Army in July 1965 and was stationed at the Armed Forces Examining and Entrance Station, Minneapolis Minn., I>efore arriving overseas in August 1966. He graduated in 1962 from Whittemore high school. ™^™ vacation in Las Vegas, Nev., and Los Angeles, Calif, Part of the time was s^ent ill Las Vegas with their daughter, June who teaches in the ptiblic school there. In Los Angeles they visited a niece, the Jo™ McCaffreys, Woodland Hllto, .md with friends, the R. A. Ulerys, Highland Park, the PljUl Moores, Riverside, Ival Boyds, San Gabriel, and Merle Pann- kuks, Thousand Oaks. Merle is the son of Mrs. Fred Pannkuk, Algona. . * Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel drove to Ottumwa Thursday to ppend some time with tihe Dodds daughter Linda. They toured Ottumwa Heights college and in the evening attended the comedy "The Emporers New Clothes" in which Linda had the role of the "Empress" They returned home Friday/ Mrs. John N. K.nefiek and Irs. Wade Sullivan drove .to Fort Dodge last Monday for 'ttle Banquets Olaf College. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Steven drove to Alden, la., Monday with Mrs. Everett Hodgin who had been visiting here. Sutira Soipet, foreign exchange student from Tnailand Who is living at the James Dodds home, spent the last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studsr were visited last Wednesday by heir son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Studer ot Lake City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heed will have as guests this Friday to; the Christmas weekend Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conner and Mrs Frances Bonder and daughter Mary Frances, all of Des Moines The Hood's daughter, Mary Jean will also arrive Friday from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. WaMer "Pat' Jensen will be visited over the holidays by Mrs. Jensen's sister ay. Guests this weekend for and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Claire Levins and son Berry o. Cass Lake, Minn. The Levins Will arrive early this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mbulten and Mr - Mrs. Leo Immer Christmas at the Sheridan Copk iome' will be Mr. Cook's pa$ all were visited Wednesday af Mark W. Bonnstetter HOHENFELS, GERMANY (AHTNC) — Army Specialis Fourth Class Mark W. Bonnstel ter, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil iam P. Bonnstetter, Route 1, Whdttemore, is participating in a four-week* field training exercise by the 4th Armored Divi- ion in Hohenfels, Germany. Spec. Bonnstetter is assigned 10 Company B, 2nd Battalion of ihe division's 51st Infantry near llesheim, Germany. Electronic Specialties ,5-3215 Diagonal Street ALGONA! 4-H News Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek Elite held its annual Christmas party Dec 10 at Plum Creek Center school house with 16 members present Mothers and families were also asked to come and were enter tained by playing games am singing Christmas carols. Lunch was served ' by Diane Bode Linda Gardner, Jane Walker and Joyce Gabrielson. New members are Kim Priebe am Alice Jane Bode. There was also exchange of gifts. Reporter is Annette Gil bride. nits, Mr. and Mrs. A. A: Cook iVilmer, Minn. ••-• ':,{ Mr. and Mrs. Howard -Miller pent last week Sunday afternoon in Whitbsmore visiting Urs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Getr trude Kollasch. • ,S Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bay had as weekend guests recently Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kuehl of Millard, Nebr. The Kuehls are Mrs. Bay's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. William Finn and Jim will spend Cnristrnafe day in Bancroft with Mr. an<i Mrs, Don Welp and family. Mrs Welp is the former Carol Finn.'. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbstwi.ll be visited for a week over the Christmas holidays by Mrs. Her bst's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K B. Lacy of Highland Park, 111 The.Lacys will fly to Mason City this'Thursday. Clay Mowers, son of Mr. am Mrs. Murray Mowers, will arrive home Wednesday for thff ifltmas holidays. He is a situt at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley Jf.,i olid three sons will leave 'to-; Tiorrow (Tuesday) for Des Moi-i nes where they will take a plane, :o California to visit Mrs. Bradey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam W. Haynes of Long Beach. The Bradleys will be gone about two weeks. ; ; ; Scott Arthur, infant son of Mir. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook, was baptized in the Methodist church last week Sunday. Mrs. Wade Sullivan left Thursday for Minneapolis to visit her daughter, Sheila. Mrs. Sheryl, Lynn and Scott drove;Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ernoon by Mr. and Mrs. Ken mmerMl and daughter Kim >erly of Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Cook fof •V IW, annual Kossuth Swine Producers banquet will be hold Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Swea City gymnasium.; Frank Grabb, general manager of Farmbest Inc., of Demison, will speak on "Pork, Quality and 'Promotion." Also Dsana Young, National Pork Queen of Clarion, will give a summary of her duties. Bevedy Meyer, .Sac City, ventriloquist, will be on the program. ...^&$m;~*m home Wednesday, - _j y&g. £ tfldtft HSJ T lflr»» »Wf»L will gd to RytoU U, d\Ah AMA^o^ BafdMi 1O VWtl- MT3. and uftcle, Mr. tnd Baxter, over Christina*. Mr. And Mrs. Htftfy. ft will htve as guest* Ui» day, Christmas Eve, Mr. MM. Tom sSwetfel tndJ, . raffmotit, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Buschcr and family and Mf. i Mrs. Terty Zweifel, Mr, and Mrs. H, M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. M. J/Streirwe^ visited 'last week by Mrs.' Blrtwf Davis of Ootioa, Fla., and by Mg Streit of LaGfande, Ore. Beth viaiton had come to spend aome time with Miss Mary Strett to Fort Dodge. John Snyder, ton of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Snydtr, arrived home Saturday tor the Christmas holidays. He is a student M Grinnell. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jake Qttitn were visited over the weekend by their son Warren of Chicago; Their nephew, Michael Graham, accompanied Warren. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice) Graham of Burt, is a student At Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Godderi Returned with Warren to'QhU Tickets are available from the swine board, Charles Nygaard, Wesley, Dick Kuecker and Otto Harlan, Algona, Paul Bernard, Fenton, Alvin Richardson, Swea City, Clifford, Van Berkum, Swea City, Owen Curry, LuVerne, Burdett Hoeppner, Lakota, Morris Erpelding, Titonka, and the buying station at Whittemore. to Brooklyn, la., yesterday (Sunday) to spend the day with Mrs. H. B. McMuUin. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith and family will leave this Sat- cago for the Christmas holidaya. Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman attended an Iowa Lakes Dental Society banquet at the Fort Dodge Country Club recently. It was the 25th anniversary of the' dental study club. * J Onions ^ Lawrence Sandt, Armstrong farmer, had quite an onion hav- vest this year. Of 20 plants, 13 of the onions weighed 16 TO NEW JOB Whittemore — Steve Simonson, Whittemore, recently lext for Des Plaines, 111, where he is now employed at the O'Hare International Airport. Sullivan will return the early part of this week. Jim Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs William Finn, arrived over the weekend from the Uni versity of Dubuque to spend the holidays with his parents. Jim was recently received into Al pha Psi Omega, national hon orary drama fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Don Deal and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller at tended the Christmas banque for Lindsay dealers last wee] Saturday evening at the Tal Corn Hotel in Marshalltown. Sally Bay, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Melvin Bay, home Saturday from Northfiek Minn., for the Christmas noli days. She is a student at FREEMAN _ Broadsides Blast off in Broadsides! Here's the bold beefed-up look for the man with a bit of pirate in his soul. Moccasin with hand-sewn L, front, or full wing brogue in antiqued brown leather with notched welt, heavy sole. 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