Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1965
Page 9
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Eager Beavers at LuVerne in title game LuVerne — The Eager Heav* ers played the Union 4M boys Thursday at St. Joe. They won 50-17. The second team played half of the game. Ronnie Wolf led the scoring with 16 points. Friday night the LuVerne Ea-, ger Beavers played the Whitte< more Trojans in the first round of the championship at Hurt. They won 48-41. Denny Barber led scoring with 19 points. The game for the championship was March 29 at Burt. Players are Denny Barber, Ronnie Wolf, Paul Swanson, Larry Curry, Roger Heinen, Joe Fett, Mark Barber, Roger Pergande, Donnie Swanson and Roger Faulstich. The Howard Swansons went to Ames Sunday to visit her parents, the G. L. Osbornes. Mrs. Owen Curry and children spent the weekend at Howard Curry's, Bode. The Auxiliary meets next Monday night and there will be initiation for new members. David Henderson, l'/a, son of the Larry Hendersons, is in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge with pneumonia. Weekend guests at Carl Swanson's home were the Glen Schwarcks, Whitten. Ronald Stone was in Des Moines Tuesday on business and visited friends. His mother, Lucinda Stone, accompanied him and spent the day with Mrs. Don Baskerville, the former .Wilma Tiede of LuVerne. Lucinda Stone and Ronald returned recently from Texas where they visited the Warren Ferdens, Longview, and the Charles G. Koses, Houston. The Al Smiths have a girl born March 26 at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Canasta club met Friday at Vi Wittmeir's. High went to Clara McClellan and low to Anna Sneider. A belated birthday dinner, was held Sunday for Mrs. Freda Steussy at her home in Algona. Guests were the Frank Gron- bachs, LuVerne, Elmer Gron- bachs, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Model clothes MODELING NEW garments which they made in the Adult Education class in .Advanced Sewing are Mrs. Self ers, Mrs. Gale Olson, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Phil Elsbecker, Bancroft. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. aday afid Linda Farrow. It was for the Clarence Canaday'S 2iit anniversary. Aft open shower for Carolyn Sabm will be held early in April at the Good Hope Methodist church. Hostesses will be women from the Good Hope ehUfch and from the Algona Methodist church. Carolyn and Jerry Me- Arthur plan to be married April 17 at the Little Brown church at Nashua. She is a niece of Mrs. Clarence canaday. Wayne Patterson, one of a group of athletes from the A.H.S. who attended the state indoor track meet at Iowa City, Friday, won 2nd place in the pole vault with an 11 ft. 6 inch jump. Wayne is a son of the Verl Pattersons and is a senior. Merle Wellendorf, patient at Veteran's hospital, Des Moines since Jan. 4, had surgery again last week Wednesday. Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf visited him last week while she was in Des Moines with her daughter's fam ily for a few days. Mrs. Verl Patterson, who went to Des Moines to visit the daugh ter Alice March 14 and planne< makes three boys and two girls h the Reding family. The Mike iVrndorfers, St. Benedict, and Will Reding, St. Joe, are the grandparents. Mrs. John Thul had her 500 club Monday with Mrs. William 3. Devine, Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mrs. John Reding receiving rtizes. Mrs. Tony Becker has the club April 1. Mrs. N. J. Weydert had the R-Nu 500 club Thursday with a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Peter Kirsch and Mrs. Ralph Reding received the high and second high prizes with Mrs. Adeline Wagner receiving the birthday gift. Mrs. Tony Wcy dert has the club April 29. Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista, is visiting this week at her son the Roger Bormann's, and daughter, the Raphael Fabers. Lee Bormann, 5, son of the Roger Bormanns, had a tonsil lectomy in St. Ann hospital in Algona Tuesday. The Don Yeomans, Marian, 0. and Val Fuhrmann, Calagary Alberta, Canada, were visitors here with relatives. Val Fuhr mann is a brother of Mrs. Anna on By Mae McLean +««»«»»»•••»*»+»»+»»»»»« Young people from this area who attended St. Benedict grade school, entered exhibits in the science fair March 27-28 at the St. Benedict Parish hall. Sister Mary Ann O.S.F. and Sister Mary Valerie O.S.F., both of Pocahontas, were judges, the first of its kind to be held here. Much interest was shown in the 40 exhibits by St. Benedict students. The Pete Bormanns and Tony Beckers, both St. Joe, and Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista, were guests Monday of Mrs. Eischen, St. Benedict. Anna Marineus Hansen, Algona, brother-in-law of Mrs .Charles Reaper, is staying at'the pres- ient time with the Charles Reap- ers, Irvington. . The Hugh Blacks went to Des Moines March 27 to attend the sports show. Mrs. Ed Hagg, Algona, "mother of s Mrs. Black, stayed at the Black home with the youngest daughter Carolyn; while the family attended the event. .•••••• The Charles Reapers were guests Sunday at Garel ; Leek's, Wesley, for the Leek's ; 22nd anniversary. .. . • The Clyde Dudleys, Galbraith, went to Austin, Minn., recently to visit Mrs. Dudley's brother, the Virgil DeSarts. The Verl Pattersons were in Renwick Sunday, guests of Mrs. Patterson's brother, the Richard Huntleys. Guests at a card party Sun day at Clarence Canaday's were the Verl Pattersons, Lawrence Millers, Harold Sabins, Darlow Rogerts, Orrie Petersons, Russell Canadays, Durwood Walk ers, Tom Altaians, Wayne.Wick wires and Betty, Stephen Can to stay a couple of days, was unable to return home until the 20 because of the blizzard. Mrs. Robert Black entered St Ann hospital Monday as a medical patient. She will remain in the hospital a few days for reatment. Mrs. Mary Dole, Algona, former Irvington resident for many years, had a serious gall bladder attack Saturday. She will be taken to.-Iowa City, where, she has an appointment for next week Tuesday. Faber and he has spent the win er with his daughter, the Yco ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANC8—J man's. Math JSeimet returned Saturday from Wasecalo, Texas, where he spent the winter. The John Thuls were visitors Wednesday afternoon at Nick Eischen's, St. Benedict, for Mr. Eischen's 80th birthday. Rates lowered on phone calls after May 1 Another reduction in rates for long distance telephone calls within Iowa has beet filed with the Iowa State Com mercc Commission by the North western Bell Telephone Co. The reduction, which was re quested by the commission, i patterned after the reduction which became effective Feb. on interstate calls. As filed, thi rates will take effect May 1. THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1964 According to T. S. Number- gcr, Bell vice president and gen- oral manager, the new rates will save Iowa telephone users more than $300,000 a year. With last September's reduction in rates for long distance calls within the state, lowam will be saving over $1,430,000 annually on in-state long distance calls. The reduction in long distance rates will range from 5 cents to 30 cents on a station call of 47 miles or more, Nurnberger said. Under the new night rates the lowest charges for a station call will apply each night from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. and anytime Sunday. During these periods a three minute station call to anywhere in Iowa will cost 60t or less. Evening rales will apply or station calls from 6 to 8 p.m weekdays and all day Saturday up to 8 p.m. when the now nigh rates go into effect. Art work shown in D. M. paper Michael Devlin, DeS MdiflM, rother-in-law of Mrs. Everett Anderson, was featured in the icture Section of March 28 Sun- i day Register. Me is a phdttM jrapher of abstracts-^one of wo in the United States. His ,vorks were tinder the title ofi w One Iowa Cameraman • Turns Junk Into Art. Mrs. DeV- in is the former Florence Beck- ' er. 4-H club news IRVINGTON IDEALS The Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at Frank Jenkinson's March 27. The Mother's Day tea to be* held at Jane Ncppl's May 15. was discussed. Mrs Harig was- in charge of group picture stu-i dy. Denise Jenkinson gave a< talk and Rachel Jenkinson had; a demonstration. St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Sylvester Erpelding .is a med ical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Frank Reding is a medical patient in St. Mary's hos pital in Rochester, Minn. Rev. William Devine is convalescing here at his parents the William B. Devines since returning from Rochester, Min nesota, where he had been a patient in St. Mary's hospital. The Marcel Redings have j daughter born March 21 in St Ann hospital in Algona. This Ford is full-size but our price is not! Now! 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