Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

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Bulldog On the bulletin board outside Mrs. Kalar's room 146 are posted prints of the fifty new 1965 license plates. How many identifications can you make? Did you know that West Virginia is the Mountain State? It's Photo- scenSc New Hampshire and Water-Winter Wonderland in Michigan. Idaho boasts of its famous potatoes while Louisiana claims the Soortman's Paradise. Most surprising is Kentucky ... and you'll have to look for yourself! —AHS— The seniors have submitted all ideas for the class motto, | hls arm flower; and class colors. The class officers will vote and choose-sometime this week. —AHS— Members of the Exhibit Committee of the Future Business Leaders of America met Thursday after school. .This committee boy's intramural basketball games as of January 5, show the following: Lakers 4-0 Warriors 3-1 Hawks 2-2 Bombers . 2-2 Bullets 1-3 Pistons 0-4 Somehow the Bullets did noi even come through after the hard work of team member Ron Mittag. Perhaps he worked too hard and that's why he broke —AHS— Students in biology class las week began their dissection 01 the earth worm. They are study ing the various classes of worms How's lunch been lately? —AHS— This week's pep posters in prepares an exhibit which the the halls illustrate a Bulldog *- - .... . /"^rtl n»in *r T"> n A!.- fT\l_ _ ««.VM***I44« A club sends to the state convention. *.. —AHS— Casts^for the three one-act Corwith Mf». Henry Maw Mrs Dallas Elwood returned o her home from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, following observation and treatment. Mr and Mrs Gordon Lang and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Marvin Schefflfitnan, Paul and Priscilla and David Nayl were New Year's dinner guests at the Eugene Wagner home. Rev and Mrs George Sheils and daughters, CentervWe. recent guests of Mrs Elsie Oxley. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson Des Moines. soent the weekend Din mothers hold meeting Den Mothers of Cub Scout Pack 29 met at the home of Ed Sihdelar Tuesday, Jan. 5. The representatives of Kiwanis and Scout leaders were present to discuss "cubbing events and program for the coming months. »•***+***«**<•* »**•**»•••« Swea Eagle Mrs. Kenneth Brents Dale Rinoentroo scent the holidays at home with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johanson and children and Mr. and 4-H club news IIIIIIIIIM^^ UNION ALETHEAN Union Alethean met Dec. 14 for a Christmas party. New officers were installed: President, Lois Hunt; vice. Linda Dodds; SRC.. Connie Molacek; treas., T.incla Nitchals; historian, Susan Dodds. Games were led bv Susan Dodds. Kathy and Patty Hanson. Linda Dodds led tile Christmas carols. Gifts were exchanged and lunch was served bv the hostesses. Linda and Jean Ann Dodds. Linda Nilcbals reported. Whittemore Mr*. Marlon Hyink •>***•**•«****••*«**•••** o Adeline Turnes', Ledyard, for ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—7 THEO. ENGLER DIES Thco. Englcr, 79, a former the weekend. Phyllis Bunion's son, George Paul, entered an Iowa City hospital for a week of tests. Mrs. Leo Nurre and Mrs. Gerald Erpelding visited Tuesday at Hugh Walsh's, Lone Rock. Sunday guests at Leo Nurre's Whittemore resident died early vvcre the Jim Johnsons, Lakota. CRESCO CHUMS with their parents, Mr and Mrs j Mrs. .T^rry Wesmer and girls j Cresco Chums met Jan. 4, at ' Cecil Nail and Mr and Mrs Orville Anderson. The M. Y. F. of the Methodist church entertained the M. Y. F. of the Wesley Methodist church Dec. 23 supner suests at j the Virgil Roethler's. Sheila Saturday in a hospital in New Brighton, Minn. His wife died 3 years ago and was a sister of Mrs. Frank Piekarski. He is survived by five sons and three daughters. Services were held at New Brighton Monday. At- Mrs. Elaine Christcnsen announces the engagement of her daughter, Mary "Kay, to Sgt. Gerald P. Alvcy, son of the Anthony Alveys, Bancroft. Marvin, Marcia Overbo, Emmons, Dennis visited the home of Mrs. J. P. Peterson arH John. Mr. and Mrs. Ote Johanson and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jo- the observance for the John Johnsons at Fairmont. Dec. 27 and were suooer guests at the Henrv Kosloske Coloring Book. The committee responsible consisted of Chery Rusk, Barb Wicks, Jackie Kinden, Judy Thomnsen, Cheri Sunday evening. A film was hanson and children attended shownf "Verdict at 1:32 A.M.", """ ltn ™ M ™' M »" «HO-™~. followed by worship and lunch. Mr and Mrs C. B. Robinson were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr hnma nn IQO * JO fmm i|t- Vom . and Mrs Waif Waltman. Mr and Mrs Harvey Hankin and Mr and Mrs Roland Hankin and family were New Year's home on leave from the Navy and showed slides of Japan and the Phil'mMnes. Mrs. EKrieda Leland was a Frideres presided. A narty was dated for Feb. 13. Talks and demonstrations given were by to Iowa City on Tuesday. ,, _ _ ° . _ .' ATvc Sfnrlincf Simnnonn tending from here were thciGilmorc and Frank Piekarskis, Jim Mueller, Mason City, Cletus Mueller and Mrs. Herman jstainbrook's Sunday. Thilges, Algona. family formerly farm on which the Ed Kenyon family now live. August Rocbcr entered St. Ann hospital Monday as a medical patient and was transferred and David Minn., and Hegland at Mary THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 196$ ber and Mrs. Bill Faulstick won prizes. Herman Lauck entered the Emmetsburg hospital Monday as a medical patient. The Engler | Settin Hens met at Elcion farmed the jMaahs's Monday with Mrs. Debj Wichtcndahl as co-hostess. Mrs.' Gayle Meyer, Mrs. Wilbur Roe- i ana tamuy were wew i«,u » t on Thursd ., v of ]ast week dinner guests »t the home of at thfi Herman Gabe] home _ plays, which will be presented Boeckholt. Cindy Long, Sheri later in the month, have been Nelson. Marjo Pomplun^ Gail chosen and posted and rehearsals began last week. "A Marriage Proposal" is a Russian comedy with Skip Perkins play- ings Tschubukov, Glen Tschetter as Lomov, and Barb Wicks portraying Natalia. The second one-act is "Overtones" which one wjpuld classify as a comic drama. "Overtones" characters include Becky Dailey as Harriet, Marilyn Harris playing Margar- Bartholomew and Linda Sands. —AHS— New additions appeared in the halls of AHS over the vacation. Thirty new lockers were set up which can facilitate sixty students. Two new water fountains were installed, one in the east and west halls by the gymnasium doors. —AHS— The National Honor Society Bert Meyers and Ann Mr. and Mrs. Georffe Pearson Mr and Mrs Jerry Puffer and entertained the, Delano Pear- family of Algona were New sons the p Rarson Brothers and Year's day guests at the home Edna nnd Mr Sl£ , inin g er C hrist- of his parents, Mr and Mrs Phil mas , Eve anrt the same 0roup Puffer. lenioyed Christmas dinner at the Rev and Mrs Roberts, B'akes- home of the Pearson Brothers burg, a former pastor of the and Edna. First Baptist church, visited on | Sunday, Dec. 27 the Delano Mary Zatigg, Dawn Wildcn, Edna Frideres, Zclda Meehlhausc, Sheila Frideres, and the group activity and recreation was by Marcia Sabin. Guests were: Mrs. Howard Long, Mrs. Ronald Sabin, Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Mrs. Jim Besch, Mrs. Les Wilden, Mrs. Bill Specht, Mrs. Ronald Peck, Mrs. Edmund Frideres, Mrs. Clifford Teeter, and Mrs. Kenny Roethler. Lunch was served by Jackie and Virginia Roethler. Reporter is Patty Besch. COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE et, Kathy Hatch portraying Het- held its Holidav Reunion during " ~~ ty, and Emy Lou Garms as Maggie. The third one-act is something different in the field of drama at AHS. "Genesis" is a choric drama featuring three choral groups and three characters, Eve as Janet Angle, Dave Agena as Cain, and Rod Ricklefs playing Abel. Group I, composed of Sally Bay, Kitty Hardgrove, Beeky Hemmingsen, Sharon Meneke, Barb Medin, and Kathie Morz, represent the Spirits of Good. • Group II features the Spirits of a Higher Order with Mary Cowan, Pam Kees, Gayle Phillips, Chris Conn, Phil Taylor, and Barry Watkins as these Spirits, Finally, Group III portrays the Devils. Our Devils are Greg Buchanan, Mark Conn, Buzz Cowan, John Pratt, John Snyder, and John Will. (You know Mr. Sonksen type casts?) American Literature instructor Mr, Sonksen is the drama coach. Play crews were chosen last week also. vacation. This is an annual reunion with alumni of the Society. John Wilson was the only representative of his graduating class of '60, but the classes of '61 through '64 were well represented. Entertainment was provided by President Rod Ricklefs speaking about his summer in Chile, and special guest Salvador de Souza told the group about school life in his hometown in Brazil. According to tradition, the alumni members told of their present whereabouts. Present Honor Society members include seniors Jean Christiansen, Jackie Kinden, Maureen O'Brien, Gayle Phillips, Rod Ricklefs, and Ann Wilson, and uniors Barb Medin, Phil Taylor, and Sue Moulton. Mrs. Kelly is ;he club advisor. —AHS— Modern Choir Sunday at the Phil Puff«r home Janelle, Kevin and Kirt Clabaugh of Eldora, spent the New Year's weekend with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Oral McCullough. Mr and Mrs Wallie Geary of Fonda were Sunday guests at the Elwood Geary home. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Russel Hansen of Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Carrol Cram left for a winter vacation in Florida. The Charpel Hauswith, Elwood Gearys', Ben Krebs, Don Poags, Paul Van Welton and the Robert Skelleys were all entertained New Year's Eve at the Val Moore home for a 500 par- Mrs. Sterling Simonson had the Neighborly club Thursday. Mrs. Jack Spurgeon, Mrs. Frank Burke and Mrs. Win. Fandcl won prizes. Mrs. Dean Wehrspann had surgery in St. Ann hospital Thursday. The Dale Hanovers (Trudy Olson) have a boy born Dec. 30, 4 Ibs. 10 oz., named Stacy Lee. They also have a girl. The Bill Reeds, Chicago, were Tuesday visitors at John Marte's and Mrs. Irene Reed's. Mrs. Edna Kollasch and Mrs. Mildred Fumes went Thursday DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE . . . 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All are seniors at AHS. — AHS— Parents of Junior and senior high school students may have (or may begin) to notice that their sons and daughters have started bringing home more books, or maybe they are just opening the ones they do bring home now. The fact that semester tests begin January 21 may have some bearing on this . , . it might be that long promised resolution come true. — AHS— Result* of the high school The held a Song Fest for its members and alumni from two years. The group sang familiar Christmas Carols and religious songs with Mr. Snustad directing. The Song Fest was held at the Bay home, —AHS— Girls' Recreation Association had its annual sliding party at the Alt farm. Girls had the opportunity for sledding and ice skating. —AHS— The 1965 Bulldog sellers and captains were posted last week. Annuals will be on sale this week. —AHS— Representative Cou n s e I p r s from Simpson " ' colleges spoke ty. Mr and Mrs Gerald Geary and family of Fort Dodge were New Year's day guests at the Elwood Geary home. Mrs Jim Devine entertained her neighbors on Tuesday at a coffee party. Mr and Mrs Merrill Moon, ol Minneapolis, soent the weekend at the Richard Miller home. Tom Moon, who had been visiting here, returned home with them Mr and Mrs John Mullin spent New Year's day at the Ralph Bierstedt home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Jim Mullin anc family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the John Mul lin home. Mr and Mrs Roger Rushing Des Moines, spent Thursday to Saturday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Ezarski. Carla Ezarski of Mason City was a Thursday guest. George Gray spent the New Year's weekend with his son and family the Paul Grays at Le- Mars. Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulationl BUSINLSS TAKt YOU 10 MINNEAPOLIS? and Augustana with interested juniors and seniors last week. 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