Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1965
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v *i&y8!! A <1 6WS > A&VANCt if you took fAlf tfl > M6NOAV, MARCH 59? m$ Bear Facts Bf ANITA NURRE t^^^^io 1 **^^ Jon! Campbell and Sue Bode appeared on Fort. Dodge television several weeks ago, to compete for the title of "Graduation Sweetheart." The two girls displayed excellent talent. and we think one of them will be selected as winner. Good luck!! —GHS— The Camera Club met on Monday, March 22. The members Viewed a film on enlarging pictures. At the last meeting they saw a film on developing film, V — GHS— Girls who were contestant* for various titles this year will have their pictures taken for the annual. These include: Joyce Arndorfer, Algona Band queen candidate; Ann Wilson, candidate for Miss Shamrock; and .Toni Campbell and Sue Bode. candidates for G r a d u a t i on Sweetheart. — GHS— The operetta cast <is still practicing for "Camelot." It seems that everyone is interested in this project Two of the questions in Mr. Coopers' bookkeeping test were: "What is the name of the operetta that will be presented at G.H.S.", and "Who has the leading role?" I wonder how many points they were worth? —GHS— ' The band will go to Algona high school to present a concert during the latter part of April. This concert is the result of an "exchange program" between A.H.S. and G.H.S. '.'? '..'' h \ — GHS— The St. Patrick's Day program which was to be presented on March 17, had to be canceled because of the snow; Even though we didn't. get to see it, we,; .stHL appreciate the work Sister Virginia Marie and the students put into it. Better luck next year! -- 6ft Saturday, M«reh 20, Sue Bode represented G.H.S. at the Young People's Concert at Clarke College* Dubuque. Sue played one selection and was assisted by Sister Virginia Marie. Donna Mullln, a junior, wai selected to go to Girl's State which will be at Cedar Falls, Iowa. She was selected by the American Legion Auxiliary of Whittcmore, Carol Besch is alternate. — GHS— If you think your name is odd, what about "Percy Bysshe Shelley"? Senior English classes have been studying him as well as many other authors of the 18th century and Romantic age. —GHS— The operetta, "Camelot", will be presented on Sunday and Monday, April 4th and 5th. The date had to be changed because of the practices missed by the cast during the bad weather. Man defeated when a storm stalls traffic Bode — When nature goes on a rampage, enough snowflakes whipped by a driving wind, to make roads, and lanes impassable, man's efforts even with the help of modern conveniences and' equipment prove futile. This was the experience of the, Larson brothers, Elmer, Donald, Maurice, Gordon, Vilas and Ralph, and sister Evelyn, with their wives and husbands Wednesday. Besides the St. Patrick's Day program, school was also canceled on account of the snow storm. Or should I say, postponed?, It was a hard job for the janitors to get the snow cleared away trom the school building and several windows were brok : en in ithe s process. At least now we can see out of them. — GHS— Third quarter tests were given on Tuesday, March 23. Students can expect their report cards any day now. Is everybody happy? — GHS— Practice for the track team began on Monday, March 22, We're hoping for a fast teani this year and we're sure we have one we will be proud of. Coach Ritz is the coach for track. — GHS— In senior Religion class, Father Hies read an article which stated that "SeJroa" was a Celtic word meaning "fair", but there are several meanings for the word as in: "We'll treat you fair Mrs Olga Hoganson died at Scottsdale, Ariz., and her body was brought to Humboldt for burial. The Larsons are second cousins and were asked to be pall bearers. ' ' . > The Ralph Larsons, Mallard, made an attempt to attend but a blocked ^lane prevented them, The Vilas parsons, near Goldfield, attended but Vilas was not well enough to be a call bearer. They got back to Goldfield that evening, but' not home, The Elmer Larsons and son Conrad, who took Ralph Larson's place, made it home after much shoveling. The Donald Larsons, Ottosen, Maurice Larsons, and Theo. Kin- seths made the trip, home as far as Mrs Charlotte Bjornson's farnvless than a ; half mile from the Kinseth farmstead. Mrs Biornson cared for this group all night. The Gordon Larsons reached within a mile of their farm and were stalled. They walked back to 169 where Joe Sinwell picked them up and took them to his home in St. Joe where they stayed two nights. Mr Larson's cattle were not cared for from Wednesday morning to Friday morning. Mi- Larson's car was completely submerged in snowdrifts and they had to probe to find it. The Gordon Larsons also had the worry over their daughter, Mrs James Jacobson, Ottosen; who gave birth to a girl early Wednesday. She was in Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr Jacobson did not make it back to Ottosen, and stayed with the Palmer Eriocksons in Fort Dodge. Orpha Hoganson and Mrs Sidney Hoganson could not get a plane back to Arizona until late Saturday. Bancroft girl married - MARILYN JOYCE, daughter of the Fred Johannesens of Bancroft, and Jay Judson Nolander, Milwaukee, Wis. were married March 6 at'2:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church in Depew by Rev. S. Hanson in a double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Carol Johannesen, sister of the bride. Josie Castaneda, Milwaukee, Wis. was the birdesmaid. Debbie Johannesen, sister of the bride, was the flower girl. Dwane Johannesen was best man and Ronald Johannesen and Kerry Randa were,<ushers. Host and hostess at the reception following the ceremony in the church parlors were the Donald Quams, Emmetsburg. Evelyn ^Quam, Emmetsburg, had the guest book; Mary "Lou Marlow; Lone Rock, and Mrs. Eleanor Witham, Bancroft, served punch.; Mrs. Melvin Norland and Mrs. Henry Looft poured; Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Elmer Randa cut the cake which .was made by Mrs. Russell Kaufman all aunts of the bride. Margaret Nielsen opened the gifts. Gertie Mo6fe, Leftna Salisbury, Rochelle Scott, Helen steward. The organizational meeting will he held Monday, April 5 in the Methodist church to elect offt* cers and plan the program for the new year. Mr. and Mrs. David Miller and two daughters, Chino, Calif., came Thursday to visit at the homes of Mrs. Jessie Rash and the B. E. Millers. Guests Monday at the home of Mrs. E. A. Junkermeier and Neoma were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daubenberger, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henley, Albia, cnroute home from St. Paul, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Daubenberger and Todd. The annual WSCS meeting of Spencer District will be held at the Methodist church Wednesday, March 31 in Spirit Lake. The organizational meeting of the new circles will meet at the Methodist church at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 5. The Spiritual [Bazaar will be held at the reg- 'ular meeting of the WSCS Wednesday, April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings of Benton City, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Giddings and three children of Pasco, Wash., came Sunday for a week's visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs, Rodney Giddings antf Gloria, Spirit Lake came Wednesday to visit the Giddings families here. They report that their daughter Linda, Mrs. Tom Haas, Spirit Lake and husband have a daughter Michelle Elaine, born March 24 at Spencer hospital. The M.Y.F. had a successful pancake supper Tuesday, March 23 in spite of postponement and bad weather. They took in $64. LOCALS fdf CofiVefiMofi parti Cofnvefttiofl Will be April 19 at Ettiffieisbufg. Ottosen Mfl. Odilifd U»h«f New circles for Methodists at Burt given . „ . „ .. • Burt -^ Members of the new ham> G i adys chur.ch circles are; Spear, Benita Mitchell, Louise McFarland, Dorothy Johnston, Ruby Hinckley, Esther pilton, Louise Engstrom, Minerva -Curtis, Marlene Davis, Wantalee .Hawcott and Inez Graham. ' / Shirley Circle — Lydia Manus, Lorena Roark, Hazel Larson, Myrtle Zwiefel, Mildred Larson, Erma Doege, Genevieve Gra- Lureiia BIRTHDAY SURPRISES Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs. H. D. Behsoh both had birthdays Thursday. Many friends, including Mrs. Benson, met at Keitey's store, invited Mrs. Jacobson and surprised her and also Mrs. Benson, who had thought the party was only for Mrs, Jacobson. There were birthday cards and gifts and a lunch, including three birthday cakes. Present were Mrs. Leo Tpfteberg, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mrs. Essie Cooper, Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk, Mrs. Fred Kampen, Mrs. Howard Thomp- sonj Mrs, Les Carlson, Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Jacob Ryg, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. Richard Kinseth and Mrs. Mina Wehrspann. HAVE RAG SEW The Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday for an all day rag sew at Mrs. LeRoy Worby's. Eight women were present at noon and nine in the afternoon, Guests were Mrs. Mary Leitl, Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Byron Naeve, Mfs. -Stanley Befi< jatiiin, Mrs. Malcolm Melvick, Mfs. Dale 'Chfistefisen, Mrs. Jer,- ry Paulson of Bfadgate and Mrs. Darrel Jones. Mrs. James Jacobson and daughter, Kelly Sue, returned from the Lutheran hospital Sunday afternoon. Callers were the grandparents, the Gordon Lar' sons, Bode, Ralph Jacobsons and Louis Jacobsons. The Antone Speichs were Sunday guests at Norman Speich's, Soderberg, Mary Sarchet, Jen- Ethel ^Circle ^ Ivy Simmons, ny Riebhoff, Beth Miller, Beu- Lefie McMullen, Rowena Ryer- lah Davis, Marilyn Johnson, son, Jessie Rash, Janice Bur- MaTy 1 'Gebken/^ Phyllis Wiener^ meister, .'. Burriadine Opheim,' Mary Jean Andrews, Lillian Stella Geesman, Blanche Long, Heerdt, Leona Lovstad, Lor- Marie Pal-sons, Marion Westling, raine Campney, Shirley Lovstad, Vera Scliwietert, Harriett Black, Mayme Fitch, Elizabeth Kenrie- Lulu Hajycott, Esther Schrader, dy, Pearl Dutton and Mabel Edna Smith, Nellie Clark, Hazel Campney. Teeter, Alice Cole, Helen Vo'gel, | Non Circle — Gertrude Ack- Hary Baer, Ethel Smith, Etta erman, Karen Davies, Velma Holdren,'Lottie Isenberger, Ella Cook, Grace Bristow, Toots Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulationl 1C Your Constant Companion I Tops with music 1600 Q News, Sports, 5000 watts II and weather ALGONA, IOWA RADIO Sigsbee,, Cora O'Keefe dith Chipman. and Hoppus, Charlotte Habeger, Eva Leeper, Jean Lockwood, Elsie Inez Circle — Janice Schael-jLockwood, Frances Sarchet, er, Geriaveve Spry, Florence Clara Marlow, Emma Manus, Dr. LeRoy Strohman attended the meeting of the American Society of Dentistry for : children on Thursday in Minneapolis. Mrs. John Bahr, who: has been in California since September 15, will return home ; April 10. Jon Deim and Nancy Col* left Thursday morning for Fulton, Mo. where they planned to spend the night on campus at William Woods and Westminister colleges. Gretchen Deim will come home with them on Friday for spring vacation and return on April 4. • The Bob Bennetts left Friday morning for Unionville, Mo. after receiving word -that her father, Mr. Worley, had a heart attack Thursday nighti The David Merrymans returned to Algona Monday evening in -the blizzard ...from' 1 Ft. Sill, Okla. They went there September 24 while David attended the associate field artillery officers career course which ended Feb. 25. Then, he enrolled in a three week course in nuclear weapons employment course. ROYAL NEIGHBORS MEET Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet April 12 at 7:45 p.m. in the Izaak Walton League Hall. This will be the final practice Wednesday guests at Howard Thompson's were Mrs. Bill Merchant of Gilmore City, Mrs. All the Sp-eich child", from Algona, Cedat flap- ids, Gladbfook, atid Antes wefe there. The Jay McColloUghs, Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests at Mike Frohling's. Mfs. McCullough and Mrs. Frohling are sisters. 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See your Dealer about a modern electric range—another way to live better, electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities TPTPI '65 DODGE DART CLIMB INTO THE SWINGINGEST COMPACT EVER Who says a compact has to be a slow-pokey, plain Jane kind of car? Not The Dodge Boys, ypu can bet your hat on that! Our new '65 Dodge Dart has more sass and sizzle, more sports-lovin' style than anything in its class, D The Dart QT offers deep bucket seats, door-to-door carpeting, padded dash, yp to 235 HP, D See the Dodge Boys soon and choose ypur new Dart from 10 exciting models, 4 exhilarating engines. You'll find we're awfully easy to do business with, (Competitors accuse ys Of b§ing soft-hgarted!) We believe you ought to enjoy buying a new car and we practice what we preach, That's why our list of repeat customers keeps growing each year. D Get your new '65 Dodge Dart soon, Only The podge Boys have, it! Percival Motors, Inc. BOYS

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