Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 1, 1965
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Bulidoj Tales BY SALLY BAY Th« mixed ehoru* r«h«ari«d Tuesday night for its Iowa City concert. — AHS— Th« ea»t for the play "Llttl* Women" began rehearsing this week for its March 30 performance. The cast for the play, which was taken from Louisa May Alcott's book by the same eluded various possessions such as Bookkeeping Problems, a Bar Lorna, to leave the farm early, jokes, and someone's late the following March, Barry name, includes characters: Mr. Watkins; Mrs. March, Sally Bay; Meg March, Becky Dailey; Jo March, Cheryl Rusk; Amy March, Kitty Hardgrove; Aunt March, Ann Bohannon; Mr. Lawrence, Mike Stillman; Laurie, Dave Agena; John Brooke, Phil Taylor; Professor Bhaer, John Sny der; Hannah, Trudy-Alt. •'. —AHS—, ,..: ,. film on doctors A career ours. — AHS— Play crows for "Little Women" were posted this week. The fefetice Music Festival. Hie SO- voice chorale is comprised entirely of state college students chosen oft the basis of competitive auditions. Under Mr. Matheson's direction for the past nine years, the Concert Chorale annually tours Iowa communities performing works ranging from the Renaissance to lighter tunes of the present day. -AHs- The monthly meeting of the Algona chapter of Future Homemakers of America met Wednesday after school. Election of officers for next year followed the business meeting. The new officers include: president, Linn Taylor; vice-president, Jane Rah- ey; secretary, Lark Whittemore; treasurer, Sharon Sundet; historian, Jane Walker; parliamentarian, Marne Parrott; music and ing, Sioux Falls, S. D., were ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-* veekeftd guests of Mrs. Nora. M6NBAY, MARCH t, 19AJ Quill. Pastor Rossing is the man- ,, af .. ^..-1,-*- n «4«* tun. «^«» gcr of Lutner Manor in Sioux JJS^te^?!^ 11 "'"P 6111 Falls, which now cares for 78 elderly patients, the Rossings are planning to fly to Nurem- >erg, Germany, April 19 to visit hree of their children and three crews include: stage manager, recreation chairman, Kathie was shown Tuesday morning during the activity period Thursday a film on engineering was shown. r-AHS— Tuesday evening Algona high played host to the Kiwanis Club Travelog on Germany. —AHS— Get well wishes are sent to senior Dennis Ohrtman who has been recuperating from a brain concussion, and to Linn Taylor recuperating from bronchitis. A special pep- assembly .was held Monday congratulating our two state wrestling champions Denny Miller and Dave Martin and our state runner-up Tom Fitzpatrick. The three presented the trophy they won by winning second place in the state in the Class A to Mr. Allen and the school. A skit was presented "by a few of our talented girls" entitled "Howie told me when we play the E-Hawks I shouldn't bring . . ." which in- John Pratt; script girl, Kathy Hatch; costumes, Linda Cooper, Sally Bay, Diane Jensen, Pam Kees, Joy Meyer, Sharon Men- eke, Judy Thomson, Judy Parrott, Kathy Pruisman, Peg Schutter; properties, Lynn Keith, John Will; make-up, Barb Knudsen, Sue Moulton, John Pratt, Carol Sloniker, Barb Wicks, Liz Wolter; hair styles, Donna Besch, Judy Egel, Marsha Miller, Shirley Ringsdorf; set, Bob Bradford, Jim Colwell, John Gilmore, Virgil Groen, Scott Miller, Tom Ricklefs, Larry Scobba; lighting and sound, Doug Moehle, Matt Clark, Dave Markla; publicity, Barb Medin, Sue Moulton, John Morz; projects committee chairman, Sue Moulton; district officer candidate, Mar jo Pomplun; reporter, Judy Egel. Committees were set up for a dance the club is planning to sponsor latter in March. —AHS— The Cadettes received word Pratt. — AHS— i The Future Teachers of America met Wednesday evening for their annual "Fun Night", an evening of games and recreation under the direction of Cheryl Rusk, music and recreation chairman. Juniors and seniors interested in teaching during the absence of a teacher were to sign their name, subject, and free periods. —AHS— Wednesday the student body had the privilege of hearing a Concert Chorale presented by the Department of Music of the State College of Iowa and conducted by Mr. Charles Matheson. Mr. Matheson .is familiar to many students as he conducted both the All State Music Festival and the Webster City Con- Wednesday that they have been asked to perform at the Girls' State Basketball Tournaments. The Pep Band will accompany the group to Des Moines and play when the Cadettes march. —AHS— Girls' basketball intramural* have been postponed until after the Cadettes march at the State Tournaments. —AHS— The freshman-junior faction of FHA performed two acts of service last week. They cleaned he study hall desks and dusted he trophy cases. —AHS— Dave Martin, Denny Miller, and Tom Fitzpatrick were guests f the Kiwanis Club last Thursday noon. grandchildren there. at C.D.A. met Tuesday evening, Feb. 23. Mesdames Lester Larson, Al Wagner, Cliff Anfinson and Paul Ercimati attended the Feb. 19 meeting of the Britt hospital Miles Helmen returned home (3™ a m L^H a <»?? »« Onm t™*, a r>iH, Saturday Feb ' Vu ? 1Uar y and heafd a ta)k <> n ,« arT'f.nrr.n Iled Cross work b y co-chairman Mrs. Bastman drove to Iowa City for film. Grupe. The Bernard Kunkcls had 3 Annual meet of elevator held at Bode iede — The Farmer's Co-op Elevator sponsored a dinner at the gym Feb. 17 for stockholders and wives. Dinner was prepared and served by the Twin Ilivers Band Mothers and 350 people were served. Mrs. Merle Thompson is president. Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh and Mrs. Dean Paeper were kitchen chairmen and Mrs. Norman Rolland and Mrs. Basil Brock were dining room chairmen. The business meeting followed the dinner. Harold Reding is president'of the board of directors and was in charge. Speaker was Gerald Pepper, Ames, representing Iowa Institute of Cooperation. Another speaker was Willard Saubrei Des Moines, manager of audit ing for grain dealers. The statement of the last year and balance sheet were review ed. Present directors are Harold Reding, Harold Berge, Ralph Guests at Art Hanson's Reding, Maurice Aasheim, Harry day v/ere Mrs. Hanson's sister, | UI1 ^.' U1 ^ V1 vi^lhm^ Nelson I. M. Olson, Don Aure, Mrs. Inga Monkelien and the I ™%J°y Vl ^ lh " m J . ilbert Nelson, Russell Jensen. |Ray Isaacsons, Rolfe, the Robert weie Sunday gucstd at the pat- v..mr riir. n nfnr.o nm Unxr>M tiVi- 'ilnslitis P.larion .Tpnninps Mini- 4-H club news ALOONA.AOKS The Algona AOKS met Feb. 20 at the home of Kathy Lallier. Talks were given by Terry Farrell, Susan Jergenson, Debbie Studer, and Susan McEvoy. Demonstrations were given by Judy Thomson and Cheri Boeckholt. Health was given by Sharon Meneke. Recreation was led by Barb Faulstich. of honor for Marcia Larson, who was married to Larry Lenning Saturday at Lutheran church in Humboldt. Mrs. Hilda Enger, the bride's grandmother and many others from Bode attended. Martha and Edna Christiansen and the John ola Albers. Duane, son of the Bernard Kunkels, had his 15th birthday Feb. 21 and guests were a group of classmates and friends. He is a freshman at Garrigan. The Ray Madscns, L)cs Moincs, spent the weekend at Ray Han- Harry Volzes at Arnold's Park Sunday. Algona, and Ed Normans, Green Bay, Wis., were guests of the R. F. Gullix- sons Thursday. Friday to visit her brother, Art Monson. Christiansens, Bradgate, were guests of the ^ Bm ^^ port DodgC( spent the weekend at the par- all the Fireman's Bail at Feb. 19. There were 145 Wesleyans at the ball, spon- Mrs. Ada Rolland, Osage, came *°™« ^ Ulc Wcsle y fire de P art ' ,;,!„.. *„ .,:„:* i,„., i,.,«*i,«.. A..* mem. The Ben Wagners, Fort Dodge, with his par- LUVERNE LIVEWIRES LuVerne Livewircs held their January and February meetings with Mrs John Voss Jr. and Zel da Witzcl. The next meeting wil be with Kathy Trauger. HEADOUARTEftS Fof i • i ZENITH Color TV and BLACK A WHITE — Free Demonstration — North Iowa g Appliance Center * 5-3818 Algona There's No Business Like Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher directors are Harold Fri- |Joslins, Clarion, Jennings Niel deres, Maurice Aasheim and .sens, Humboldt and Joyce Han- Maurice Larson. No director can serve more son, Humboldt. The James Hansons, Des than two terms consecutively, j Moines, and Dr. Richard Ber Supervisory personnel is: man- ges, Aurelia, were Sunday guests ' Diane Telford was eight Feb. 22, and Sunday guests at Dean Telford's were the W. G. Mo- enchs and Herbert Moenchs, of Humboldt. United Presbyterian Women met Friday with Mrs W. G. Cooper. Mrs Ralph Richards gave the lesson and read from the Concern. Richard James Kinseth was seven Wednesday and guests at Richard Mount 0. Kinseths, Algona. Sundays 12:15 ORIGINAL CAST K SOUND TRACK PERFORMANCES OF HIT MUSICALS HELLO DOLLY — FUNNY GIRL — SOUTH PACIFIC — MY FAIR LADY — MUSIC MAN — THE KING AND I — Anita Martinson and Ronald llingson, Minneapolis, were weekend guests at Melvin'Elling- on's. The Allan Adams, Livermore, and Mrs Beulah Adams went to Cedar Falls Sunday, guests of he Virgil Nielsens. The Ronald Adams, Kansas City, were also guests. I'lllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllW SERVICEMEN PLUS MANY OTHERS KLGA Radio 1600 KC 5000 Watts ager, Richard Matheson; assistant, Arthur Hanson; bookkeeper, Gerald Christiansen; other workers are: Bill Woods, Barnett Opheim, John Pederson, Russell Abbas and Edna Christiansen. Prizes were won by Dorothy Berte, Francis Oppedal, Ruth Gangestad, Cyril Thilges, Mrs. Martin Frideres and Royal Hansen and dividend checks were issued to all stockholders. Edna Christiansen has again been working at the elevator these first two months of 1965. When leaving work Saturday evening, she was given a humidifier for 23 years of faithful service to the elevator. This gift unfortunately had to be given belatedly as it did not arrive for the meeting. OFFICERS ELECTED Bode Women's club met Friday with Mrs. Wanda Palmer Dessert luncheon was served al 1:30. Inspiration and report from G.F.W.C. magazine were by Pat Brock. Election of officers resulted: president, Pat Brock; vice, Shirley Johnson; sec., Ruth ental Geo. Vitzthum's. The Jim Raneys, Storm Lake, were weekend guests at tlie parental Dr. 11. II. Kaney's and Uitf Anfinson's. The Robert Klyns had as weekend guests, his mother, Mrs. Gerrit Klyn, and Mrs. Klyn's mother, Mrs. Ann Van Rees, and son Kenneth Van Rees, all ot Pella. The Leo Goetzes visited their daughter, Sister Leo at Briai Cliff college, Sioux City Satur day. Tom Becker accompaniec them and visited his daughter Sister Giuseppe also at Briar Cliff. Lawrence and Otto Fox and at the parental Ernest Berge's. Wesleyans at home after trip South Wesley — The Orville Smiths tl . . , t „ _ ,. _ , and Glenn Smiths, Britt, return- i Jeir sister Mrs. Esther Schroe- ed Feb. 17 from a 6,000 mile der had thnelr 500 club Sunday hold everything! trip to Florida and States. They were the Gulf ° vemnTg gone six Mrs. Joe PHILLIP KINSEY USS Duval County (LST 758) (FHTNC) Feb. 20 — Seaman Phillip E. Kinsey, USN, son of the E, S. Kinseys, Algona, helped celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Navy's Amphibious Force Feb. 20, while serving aboard the tank landing ship USS Duval. The Atlantic Fleet. Amphibious Force, comprised of more than 60 ships and 20,000 men, maintains combat ready units in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and along the Atlantic Coast. Matheson; treas., Beverly Wardo. Mrs. Ruth Gangestad gave a review on the book, "Black Like Me" by J. H. Griffin. A discussion followed. EX-RESIDENT DIES Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Ole Clave (nee Uadys Nasby), a former Bode resident, in California. Mrs. Wave's funeral was in Whittier, lalif. Feb. 19. Andy Olson and Leo Kinseth attended funeral services for Percy Tjossem last week. Wilford Rood and Andy Olson left by car Feb. 19 for Tucson Ariz., and to California to visit at several points. Mr. Rood plans to be gone about three weeks and Mr. Olson will remain long Need Printing? Call tht ADVANCE I er. Mrs. Leon Gangestad, Mrs. Er ling Olson, Mrs. Marcus Rolland Mrs. Burton Rood and Mrs. Viola Thompson attended the Repub lican Women's club at Mrs Merle Holt's, Humboldt, Wed nesday. weeks and visited many former friends and neighbors. They spent much of their time at Ft. Lauderdale. They visited the Bud Livingstons, Lake Worth, and at Port Everglades watched huge ocean liners take on cargoes of fruits and supplies. The Anna C., Italian liner, and the Corona, a British ship, were among the largest of the craft. They visited Key West and crossed the 1-mile long bridge and took a train with 80 persons 'or a sight-seeing tour-.- rr At Largo, Fla., they spent several days with uncles and aunt: of Mrs. Smith, the Mike Renders and Caspar Wersteins. They called at Harry Thompson's, Fountain, Fla., and at Mrs. Wm. Klein's, Fairhope, Ala. They traveled the Gulf Coast lighway to San Benito, Tex., and oined the Otto Markworths, formerly of Britt, on a trip to Matamoras, Mexico. At Weslaco, Tex., they visited the Fred See- felds and Leonard Dahlins. They drove around the L. B, Johnson cattle ranch at Stonewall, Tex., and took pictures of the president's home, cattle and surroundings. MARRIED 25 YEARS The Chas. Nygaards had their silver wedding Sunday, with open house from 2-9 p.m. in their rural home northwest of Wesley, There were 125 registered from Wesley, Bode, Sexton, LuVerne, West Des Moines, Rolfe, Burt, Britt and Corwith. Guests included the mothers, Mrs. Geo. Eggleston, LuVerne, and Mrs. Lizzie Nygaard, Livermore. Hosts were the three Prize winners were Goetz, Mrs. Francis John Hildman and Bill Hauptly. The Francis Pierces will Have a party March 7. Pupils of St. Joseph's parochial school are sponsoring a book fair in the parish hall beginning Thursday with a program by the pupils in the hall. Books will be on display over the weekend. Mrs. Justine Becker and her daughter Mrs. Pat Baumann, Whittemore, went to Cresco Sunday, and were guests of their ^daughter and sister, Mrs. Greg 'Augustine. Monday they went to Rochester, Minn, where Mrs Baumann will go through the clinic. Wesley men in the Nationa Guard at Muster Day Feb. 20 a 1 the Algona fairgrounds were David Carlson, Merle Giddings Larry Pearson, Edgar Meyer Edward Otis, Dwight Seaberg Robert Ricke, Kirk Struthers and Kermit Studer. Not all were able to attend. • Need Printing? ' Call the ADVANCEI bur .ameo stockings MARCH 1 TO 13 save up to 24% Drop .everything else, and come to our Annual Sale of curvaceous Cameos. Every style, every color... the nylons with 'famous fit, tender tints, wonderful wear. Your legs deserve an armful! REG. Seamless .Plain Stitch Dress Sheer Seamless Run-Resist Dress Sheer SALE PRICE Pair 3 Pair *1.08 *3.15 *1.08 *3.15 *1.20 *3.50 »1.32 *3.85 $1.35 $1.35 Shapemaker Seamless Stretch Sheer $1.50 Superb-fit Cantrece Seamless $1.65 Cameo Support Stockings All-Nylon 'Supports' v $4-95 *3.79 *7.50 Spandex and Nylon Supports $5.95 *4.79 *9.50 2 Pair "Algona V for Steve Williams, son of the Oscar Williams, has entered the children, Mrs. Robert Chambers and Mrs. Cecil Glawe, Corwith, service and is now at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Kathleen Wil- and Chris Nygaard assisted by liams was home last weekend i Mrs. Nygaard's sisters, Beulah from teachers college in Cedar and Doris Eggleston, West Des EVERYONE WINS! Classic Snack Set • |-Pjtff Milk Whitt — 4 cup* «nd 4 tnyi • n K, Geld E4*t by Anchor Hocking §AVi 13 COUPONS AND 6IT A FRIi SIT OF IIGHT Coupon with every $2.00 gas purchase — Save for Several Sets Falls. Mrs. Leonard Miller and Mary, Mrs. Ivan Dale and Mrs. Lucille Torgerson spent last Wednesday n Des Moines. The Jerry Ostrums, Algona, have a daughter, born Feb. 19. the The Melvin Bratlands are maternal grandparents. Mrs. Synnova Dale spent sev eral days last week at the Gene from all band members at Helle home in Dakota City as- and for students 50c. sisting with the care of the new j baby, Scott Eugene. j Linda Detmering, Mavis Ny- Pastor and Mrs. Erling Ros- gaard and Barbara Leek, of Hutzell's Cities Service Stete & Phillip* St. ALQONA, IOWA Moines, and Mrs. Luther Ny gaard and Mrs. Geo. Detmering. DATE BAND CONCERT The Garrigan concert band will give an annual concert Sunday at 8 o'clock in the Garrigan hot water's handy... With an ELECTOR WATER HEATER auditorium. The band is composed of students from all five parishes. 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