Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1965
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Tales §Y SALLY BAY new Cadette members were chosen last Wednes* day at tryouts. Chosen by the Cadetties and selected faculty members', girls were judged On ability, character, poise, and personality. New members include: regtila'rs, Linda Cooper, Barb Medin, Lynne Norton, Linda Meelhause, Sheri Nelson, Marjo Pomplun, Ruth Johnson, Linda Ross, Nancy Elmore, Linda Lovestad, Kathie Morz, and alternates, Barb Haag, Mari McCullough, Karen Petersen, Kathy Buchanan,. Cathy Chrischilles', Patti Muckey, Wendi 1 Gardner, and Donna Fisher. The new members will soon begin practicing with the corps. Members of the Future Teachers of America made reservations for their state convention to be held April 10 at Des Moines Technical high school in Des Moines. —AHS— Wednesday was American Field Service Day at AHS. Our Brazilian exchange student, Salvador de Souza spoke to the student body about his life, and school in Brazil at a special assembly Wednesday morning. The assembly was also a kickoff for fund raising for future AFS students. Student Council members have been selling American Field Service. Certificates to AHS students for not than twent.y"'five cents apiece. The funds are used to teifig a for efp studeffit to Artier- lea. Wednesday was also a "dress-up day" in respect id "Sal," Who did an excellent job of Students interested in trying out for cheerleading have signed the list in Mrs. Moxley's office. All signees must maintain a "C" grade average. 2 for the price of I -• .' • ....• .., :S,':*,>.fA:i, 'i: ;-r.fV ••«':*"<•..,\v .«:«..•»%• .!'.'& i';. • >--,rr-'" . •,-•• tion's part in the Sporte to be held April 9 Met last week to plari the decoration!. F THUDS. APRIL 1 Him SW. APRIL 10 Honsbruch Drug "YOUR ALGONA REXALL STORE" The AHS Future Business Leaders of America are preparing to attend their club's state convention in IJes Moines April 9-10. The club is entering several members in state competitions in the fields of shorthand, spelling, vocabulary, and parliamentary law. AHS— Many AHS Girl Scouts played host to visiting Scouts from northern Iowa, keeping them in their homes last Friday night. The Girl Scouts' conference Was held in Algona last weekend. —AHS— An "Arty Party" was held Friday night in the Annex sponsored by the Art Club. Such amusements as viewing famous paint ings by some of our famous artists, having your own portrait done, dancing in a cultured atmosphere, and eating artist food were enjoyed. —AHS— Because of the days lost this quarter due to snow-forced school cancellation, the end of the third quarter was extended from March 26 to April 2. School will terminate on the fourth of June, adding the Monday after Easter and the third and fourth of June to make up for the days lost. —AHS— The AHS Concert Band presented its annual Winter Concert Tuesday, March 23 at eight o'clock in the auditorium. The Morning Band performed six numbers followed by an intermission and then the Afternoon Band played six selections, including selections from "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" which was dedicated to Mr. Grissom and Mr. Young and their "Mol ly Brown." Congratulations to the band members and Mr. Guster on a fine job. AHS—— Get Well Wishes from the student body go put to Al Priebe who is recovering from surgery in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge —AHS— The "Little Women" cast spent last week putting the fin ishing touches on their four-ac production. Members of the cos tume crew have put in many hours designing and sewing cos tumes (even out of ugly ol( brown draperies). The set and properties crews put up the stage set last week and the lighting crew worked out their plans. The play will be presented Tuesday night in the AHS auditorium. Tickets are available at the door or from Nancy Marshall or Mr. Sonksen. —AHS— The decoration committee for the Girls Recreation Associa- ALC-6NA (ievva) MONDAY, MARCH John Snyd«f, the leaf-tied Professor Bhser, and Cheryl ftUSk, tomboy Jo in "Little Women" are planning to form their own Swan Lake Ballet Company. Brother of two Corwith people dies Corwith — Mrs. Mae Higgle and Lou Speckman received word of the death of their brother, Ray Speckman. Mr. Speckman has been in ill health for some time, and he and his wife had been visiting their son Ray Jr. at Davids, Calif., and he passed away at the Veteran's hospital at Martinez, Calif. He was brought back to Ottawa, 111., for burial. Several from Corwith attended the funeral for Ben Nesbit at the Carter Funeral home in Kanawha on Tuesday morning. Burial was at Earlvillc, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bailey, who have spent the winter in Florida, were called home to the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Morley Bailey at Webster ity. The Baileys arrived in Webster City March 13 and his mother died March 18. Mrs. Darrell Fett of LuVerne visited Monday at the Albert ?ish home. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyer: and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Halverson, Thompson, returned Saturday after two weeks al Truth or Conquences, New Mex day guests at the George Ye*o* man home at Britt to celebrate the birthdays of George and Maynard Yeoman and Jim Widen. Mrs. Mary Bjornson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elier of Radcliff, Mr. and Mrs. John Eller of Hub- Bjornson of Ore- and Mrs. Marvin bard, Harold gon and Mr. Sloan and sons were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the El* mer Krauss home. Mrs. Earl Wilhite spent a few days with her sons in Des Moines. Rev. Kenneth Wilhite was a guest during the snow storm at the James Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cram vis- ico. ted Thursday Slwood Geary evening home. at the Mrs. George Gaskill spent the | in Britt. Harold Bjornson of McMinnville, Oregon spent Wednesday o Saturday visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Bjornson and sisters and families, Mrs. Marvin Sloan and Mrs. Elmer Krauss. Mrs. Gertrude Thronbury pent a few days with her daughter and family, Mrs. Darwin Kaulen in Eagle Grove. The Thursday club and their husbands enjoyed supper Sunday evening at Witkie's in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and family visited Sunday at the Tom Johnson home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown of Industry visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lenz and Thersa Affing of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson visited Friday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Morris Swea woman recovering at hospital Swaa-Eagle — The Mervin Johnsons drove to Humbolclt and Port Dodge Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, who is hospitalized at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. She was seized' with pains in her chest while at work at business place in Humboldl. She was taken to a rest home there and then transferred to Fort Dodge. She and another patient were acompanied by two ambulances, the snow plow and the highway patrol. Mr. God fredson was at Livermore help ing repair a chicken house rool which had caved in from the storm. Mrs. Godfredson is get ting along fine at this writing and anxious to return home. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylor Johnson of Fenton were Sunday caller at the Tnirnan .Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strayer nd family were Saturday eve- ilng callers at the Johnie fobin lome. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronk of Armstrong were Stifida'y callers t the Jack Reece home. Mancil Hurl hurt and Tom vent into Swea City in the af- ernoon on Wednesday and the stonn got so bad they left their car at the former Harley Work 'arm which they now own, and walked the two miles home. They were afraid they would miss the corners and lose their way, but they made it. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Genglcr of Whittemorc were Sunday din ner guests at the home of her sister and family, the Floyd Brekkes. Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs Carl Anderson, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Mrs. Robert Holm Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. Wai ter Schmicking, and Pastor Bengston drove to Cherokee Monday of last week to attenc an LCW convention. It was an all clay meeting. Mrs. Tony Lohse and Mr. anc Mrs. August Robinson called on Mrs. Freda Zimmerman am Mr. aiid Mrs. Elmer Ostwald at Vhittemofe one day last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen ere Sunday evening callers at he Maflih Paul home. Farmers around the area who ad livestock, had trouble with he animals walking over th& efices. The snow was packed so ard and in some places many eet over the fence posts, aW owing the animals to wandef bout. Farmers have had to lig their fence lines out to keep 1 he livestock corraled. St. Marthas Circle had a pot uck supper Sunday with a good ;urn out according to Mrs. Floyd 3rekke. The supper was held at St. Mary's parish hall at Armstrong. Ronnie Brekke and Kenny Beaver accompanied Allen Hantelman to Des Moines Friday to attend the Boys' State Basketball tournament. The boys however had to watch the tournament on television as their tickets were sold to someone else because the boys were late. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Richard were Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Jensen home. past week with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett at Minneapolis. Mrs. Emma Oxley spent Monday with her brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs. William Erdmah. Mr. and Mrs. Perrie DeGroote and Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeGroote and family were Sunday dinner guests at the R. C. Welter home in honor of the birthday of Debbie DeGroote. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fatka and Mrs. Emma Oxley spent Sunday with Mrs. Fatka's sister, Miss Alta Bonker in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and family were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Fett. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer visited Sunday evening at the Charles Thompson home. '• Mr. and'/Mrs.''Forrest'Teach- out and family of Forest City were guests at the Earl Wilhite home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Helton entertained 4 tables of 500 Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs and family visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Me- Cutcheon at Goldfield. They had just returned from Texas having spent the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D.Y.T. Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen with Mrs. Ernest Eliason assisting. Mr. and Mrs. and family were Don Karlovec Sunday eve- Richard Mullin in In the afternoon Clear Lake, they visited Michelle Mullin a patient at the hospital. Mr, and Mrs. John Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan, Harold Bjornson of Oregon, visited Friday evening at the Elmer Krauss home. Mr. and Mrs. William Davids, Doris and Jim of Belmond visited Sunday afternoon at the James Zweifel home. Maynard Yeoman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Widen and family, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Paula, Mr, and Yeoman and Mrs, Robert Mitchell and family were Sun- ning dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lauman and family of Laurens, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher. In the afternoon they all went to Algona and visited at the Ted Fisher home in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Ted Fisher. The Luther League of St. John's Lutheran church had a theater party Sunday evening in Algona. Mary Will of Des Moines spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs: Fred Will. • Mr. and Mrs. Junior Steinlicht and family moved into the house of the Paul Houstons. Their house caught on fire on Saturday, where they had been living belonging to Robert Rieb- samen. The fire was on the second floor in the walls. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daniel and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel of Britt visited Sunday at the John Daniel home. Mrs. Evan Wilhite, who has been a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt, returned to her home on Sunday. Richard Narr of Knoxville, spent a few days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Narr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Perkin and family moved to Los Angeles, Calif., where he will be employed. FEATURED FAMILY — Mr and Mrs Gene Carolan and their six sons, who live on a farm between Lawler and Fredericksburg, were featured in an electricity advertisement in Life magazine early this month. SPECIAL OFFER - Limited Time Only! QAAMMMMMAAAMft i WAGNER Carpet Sweeper — With The Purchase of Any — NORGE GAS DRYER SPECIAL OFFER — now at North Central Public Service Co. — this beautiful upright Wagner Carpet Sweeper with any Norge Dryer purchased. We have only a limited supply so stop in today and make your Norge selection. 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