Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1965 · Page 4
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4— ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANC6 MONDAY, JAN. 11, IMS Bear Facts morning. —OHS— ; fj, t r,Q« c , ub h|){ . ; on Tuesday. Jan. 12 Tlic new constitution was given out and' a dance was discussed. | —GHS— 1 Semetter tc»»i were given on Wednesday and Thursday. Jan.; 13 and 14 School was dismissed before noon on Thursday. There : was no school on Friday. ! — GHS— ! the yearbook »laff hit been ' busy working on this year's cdi- Officers for Corwith Star are installed parents. , The Leslie Tveits and Arlo • Ween and daughter, Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests at Bernard Spanglcr's. The Tom Welters visited Friday at Bernard Spanglcr's. Sunday guests at John Oxley's were the Tom Meyers, Clarence Corwifh - Eastern Star mcl ! Jurgcnscns and Jimmy and Scott tl . , ., . ,. ., . ;Jurgensen and Mrs. Harold Ox- Monday night at the Masonic !j cy Temple, and Mrs. William Ship- I ^ c phi , p uffors anc i their, man was installed as Worthy granddaughter Michelc visited Matron for the coming year, I Saturday at Jerry Puffer's, Altion. The staff, headed by Maryjn crman wise, Worthy Patron; Igona. Sue Zcimct and Kalhy Bcstcn-j M rs . phil Hunget, Associated I The Kldon Ucddcls, Riceville, lehncr, arc Irving to make this Matron; John Voss, Associate spent Sunday with her parents, year's annual the best ever. —GHS— Patron; Mrs. John Voss, sec.; Mrs. William Wood, treas.; Mrs. ANITA NURRE '. a silent movie starring Sue Kl ibcrt as Little Nell. Jim Grand- Igcncll as u ic hero, and Dale The Cufholic Student* Million j Walker as the villain. Other min- Crusadn (CSMC) held a meeting!or roles were played by various The pep club put on a tkit j Thurman Gaskill, conductress; Friday. Jan. fl. to cheer the Mrs. William Meyers, associate; Bears to victory. H consisted of, Mrs John p a ,j] SO n, organist; Mrs. Charpcl Hauswirth, mar- shall; Allen Blake, chaplain; Mrs. Ixjc William, Adah; Mrs. Val Moore, Ruth; Mrs. Robert Barber, Esther; Mrs. James Mul- on Tuesday. .Ian 12. Joni Camp-j members of the student body.Mjn, Martha; Mrs. Allen Blake, bell gave- a talk on CYC) Work- The cheerleaders carried "voice j E| cc ta; Mrs. Norman Chambers, shop in Sioux City. —GHS— The Student Council met on Monday. Jan. 11, with Father Conway and Ihe cooks to discuss the new lunch program. —GHS— Retreat will begin on Monday, Jan. 18. The boys will attend on Monday and Tuesday, and the girls on Wednesday and Thursday. The retreat will be closed with a Solemn Mass on Friday cards" in front of the audience j warticr; an{ ] Mrs Leonard Muland gave such commands asl|| n sentinel. Mrs. John Mullin 'rlipnr nnn "hiss ' Tho Inttnr - :__<.ii! _!•*•: »* DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE . . . PINE ROOM (ALGONA HOTEL) For Your Favorite Beverage • DINING • DANCING • COCKTAILS cheer" and "hiss". The latter vas reserved only for the vil- ain. —GHS— On Friday, Jan. 8, we played 'ocahontas Catholic here. The score was 67-58 in our favor. On Saturday, Jan. 9, we lost a close game to Bancroft, St. John's, there. The score of that game was 03-53. HnMMUiiiniiM was installing officer, Mrs. George Gaskill, installing marshal!, Mrs. John Puffer, installing chaplain and Mrs. Marjoric Sheldon, installing organist. 4-H club news OTflMmnM^^ FENTON FORWARDS The Fcnlon Forwards met Jan. 11 with Diana Mills. Joice Bcrkland gave a demonstration. Tho project record book for home furnishings was handed out. Mrs. Ed. Lucdtke was a visiting mother. Lunch was served by the hostess. Linda Kruse is reporter. Do Your Grocery Shopping The Easy Way! ' W f' -Call 5-3762- order by Phone! We Deliver twice daily EAST END GROCERY TED & ELAINE VERA | . •• •• mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm MASONS INSTALL At a special meeting of the Masonic lodge, Thurman Gaskill was installed as Worshipful Master; James Mullin, Senior Warden; William Meyers, Junior Warden; Charpel Hauswirth, trcas.; David Johnson Jr., sec.; Henry Weber, chaplain; Herman Wise, Senior Deacon; C. W. Fairbanks, Junior Deacon; Val Moore, Senior Steward; Keith Voss, Junior Steward; and Albert Fish, Tyler, Albert Schpill was installing officer and G. M. Will, installing marsliall. The Rev. Fay Garner and the young people of the Grace Bap list church attended a rally at the Regular Baptist church in Algona Saturday. K.Y.N. club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Cevil Glawc. Mrs. Dale Johnson and Mrs. George Glawe gave the lesson on vegetable preparation. Mary Will, Des Moines, student nurse, spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Wills. Danny Brown spent the weekend at 'Orvillc Hoveland's,, near Kanawha. Albert Johnson attended the Iowa Institute of Cooperatives from the Wesley elevator board at Mason City Wednesday. Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls visited Monday witlrher parents, the Walter Barrs, Algona. Mrs. George Glawe and Mrs. ' Dale Johnson attended the extension lesson at Algona Friday. The Richard Mullins, Clear Lake, and the Earl Chambers visited Sunday at John Mullin's. H.O.M.E. club met on Wednesday with Mrs. Jim Gourley. Mrs. Albert Johnson gave a lesson on sweet breads. Election of offi cers was held. Mrs. Robert Mitchell was elected president. Mystery sisters were revealed. Mrs. Steve Devine had a group at a coffee Tuesday morn Ing. The Phil Puffers and Joel met the Kenneth Williams in Owa tonna, Minn., Sunday. Michelc who had been visiting her grand parents, returned home with her the Harold Browns. Mrs. Viola Brown was also a guest. The Elmer Marrs spent Sun* day with his mother Mrs. Nellie Marr in Superior. Thursday callers at Albert Fish's were the Rev. Faye Garners, Mrs. Earl Wilhile and Jim, the Sanford Andersons, Renwick, the Darrcll P'ctls, Donald Felts and Mrs. Forrest Fctt. : The Elmer Glawes left for a two week vacation trip to Texasi Mrs. Gerald Richardson fam^ ily, Britt, visited Sunday at A1-. bert Fish's. Mrs. William Fctt family, Mason City, called Saturday. ''. Mrs. Robert Kraft, Renwick, and Mrs. Marvin Meyer were Sunday guests of Mrs. Dale Yeoman. The William Erdmans and Lee Williams had dinner Sunday aj; Holiday Inn in Mason City and in the afternoon visited at the Chris Cramers, Mason City. Mrs. Robert Riedel and family,' Algona, were Sunday guests at Robert DeGroote's. -.'. The C. B. Meyers visited Sun-' day with their daughter, the Vance Ilalversons, Thompson, i. The William Erdnfians were Tuesday guests at DaleSWiden's. The Oral McCullou^hs and William Erdmans were Sunday guests at Lee William's. William Shipman had surgery at the hospital in Rochester Friday. Tuesday it Mfs. Helen Studefs with Mrs. Frank Rot*wood assisting. Mrs. Lftfe Oxley presided. The county meeting will be I Jan. 26 atKlemme. the Joe Bdfiflstettefs, Stanhope, spent the weekend with his parents the R. E. Bonnstet- ters. A son was born Jan. 8 to the Ray Greefis at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, 10 Ibs. 8 oz., named Todd Eugene. Mrs. Green is the former Flora Lee Mortimer. Mrs. Ervin Ericksen, Thompson, visited Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Ethel Beer. The John Daniels visited Sunday at Jim Daniel's, Kanawha. . The Riley Davies, Bothell, Wash., former Corwith resi- I-T '* 50th wedding MR. AND MRS. Otto Engel- barls, Lakota, will be honored by their family, at an open house Sunday, Jan. 24, from 2 to 5 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran hall, Lakola. The couple were married Jan. 28, 1920, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota and are the parents of four sons, Elmer of Titonka; Melvin of Algona; Christ and Paul of Elmore, Minn. A short program will be presented at 2:30 p.m. The couple request no gifts. All friends and relatives are invited. dents,, spent Thursday and Fri- iy with the Joe Koubas. The Wayne Flemings, Humboldt, visited Saturday with his parents, the Harry Flemings. The Jerry Ericsons returned to Oxford, Miss., after a visit with her parents, the R. E. Bonn- stetters. David Nail, attending school in Des Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, the Cecil Nails. Only 2 states, California and Pennsylvania, have laws concerning what can go inside stuffed toys sold in those states. SOCIETY Mrs. Myron Cram is now the secretary of the Corwith school. Cheryl Harr, Wesley, who had been secretary resigned to take a position in Algona. The C. B. Robinsons and Keith Pi'erces were Friday guests at Charles Mortimer's. Mrs. Dee Wilhite is at the hospital in Rochester for observation and treatment. The David Johnsons Jr. were Sunday guests at Jack Gourley's, Webster- City. The Gourleys left Monday for Lake Worth, Fla., for several weeks. The Jesse Scotts visited a week at their daughter the W. A. Goddards, Omaha. The Joe Koubas and guests, the Davises were Thursday guests at Harvey Hankin's. The C. B. Robinsons were callers. The Legion Auxiliary met NEW OFFICERS The newly elected officers of the Women's Missionary Fellowship, Regular Baptist church, are as follows: Mildred Black, president; Joan Andreason, vice president; Nan Parker, secretary; Marian Mains, treasurer; Nita Loss, work chairman, Edna Hovey, flower chairman. FRIENDLY CLUB MEETS The .Friendly club of Riverdale township had their January meeting with Mrs Anton Becker, Mrs Hubert O'Brien assisting. Mrs Nicholas Weydert had charge of the meeting in the absence of Mrs Adam Berte. Roll call was answered by 15, with comments on the family banquet and Christmas party. 500 was played. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Algona Duplicate bridge club will meet Monday. Jan. 18, at the American Legion Hall. Winners from the last meeting were, tie for first and second, Mrs Don Coslow and Mrs Harold Jacobsen, Mrs Don Prieskorn and Mrs Lewis Ferguson; third, Mrs H. M. Smith and Mrs R. K. I Richardson. GUILD MEET* ' ; St. Thomas Episcopal . Altar Guild met \t\. tfie church undefcraft at 1:30 Thursday, Jan. 14. Newly appoitited 6ffi> ccrs to replace Jeafiie Bangs, Directoress and Pat Chrischilles, sec.-treas., are Pat Chrischilles and Bette Gilmore. 6IVES ART PAPER , Barbara Reinders, daughter of the William Reinders, formerly Algona, now Des Moines,. was one of four Central college.art students giving illustrated papers recently. Her paper Was on Evi* dehces of Oriental Philosophy and Religion in the Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. She is a junior. MARRIED AT RENO ' Karen Louise Hilts, daughter of the W. H. Hilts,'Jr-;, arid'Ter- ry, son of the George Hobbs, were married Dec. 26 in Reno, Nev. Karen graduated from a Reno high school and is enrolled in the university of Nevada. Terry is a graduate of Algona high in 1962 and is now employ- led in Reno as assistant .manager I of the Alpine Auto Glass. The Hobbs', long time residents of i Algona, moved to Reno in Au- I gust of 1963. ',-.'• ',' f The publishing business tfegan to expand in this country shortly after the Revolutionary War. $50 - $100 $200 - $300 $400 - $500 $600 - $800 $1000 Up To $5000 Prepare NOW for the coming months! Repair Your Home Winter Needs Pay Taxes Consolidate Your Debts Buy A Better Car Any Purpose Payments extended in event*)!' unemployment or sickness. Borrow from one of Iowa's Oldest Co. We understand ^your problenis; .'. . , • Let us help you NOW—servjng Iowa faithfully since 1909. AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 No. Moore '' Phone:295-3507 OUR MAIL IS GETTING HEAVIER Many Home Federal Savings customers add to their Savings by mail! We invite you to use this popular Savings plan.' 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