Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 5, 1965
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Remits last Monday's Cheerleading tryouts post the fallowing new squads: football, Jitdy Egel, captain, Barb Kntid* skn, Sharon Sundet, Lark Whittemore, Jon Deim, Jim Schutter, and Rose Mino, alternate; basketball, Judy Egel, captain, Barb Knudsen, Marne Parrott, Rose Mino, Phil Taylor, Barry Watkins, and Lark Whittemore, alternate; wrestling, Sue Moulton, captain, Sharon Sundet, Sandy Harms. Phvllis Moulton, and Linda Martin, alternate. The 13th Annual Algona 4-H Day held Saturday featured several AHS students who hold positions as county officers. Rodney Scuffham, boys' president, Reuben Skow, boys' ^secretary, Russell Bode, boys' historian, and Lois Hunt, girls' historian are all AHS seniors. ! — AHS— With the ending of a quarter comes "library obligation paying time." Any student with fines oj 1 over-due books will riot 'be given his report card on Wed riesday. Good excuses for par epts, isn't it? — AHS— Tuesday, March 30, the production "Little Women" was presented at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium directed by Mr. Sonksen. The play, adapt- eld by Marian De Forest, is taken from the classic written by Louisa May Alcott. The cast of four seniors and eight juniors and, girls of cast. Bob Bradford's Set crew members were Jim Colwell, John Gilmofe, Virgil Groen, Ken Richtef, Tom Ricklefs, and Larry Scobba. Hair style girls, wno had quite a job changing hair styles and colors, included Donna Besch, Judy Egel, Stie Hemniingseri, 'Marsha Miller, Shirley Ringsdorf, and Barb Teeter. John Will, chairman, Lynn Keith, and members of the cast gathered "the many properties needed for the set on stage. The Uehts and sound crew, headed by Doug Moehie, included Matt Clark, Dave Markla and George Minard, who whistled the robin call. Thanks .to the great job done by Barb Medin's publicity crew. "Little Women" set an attendance record for • productions of 'its kind. Members of Barb's crew were Becky Hemmingsen, Debi Krause, Kathie Morz, and Sue Moulton. Ticket sales were under the direction of Nancy/Marshall. Ffiday at the School, Badminton, volley ball, shuffle aMJf^e, throw, cpftte$te were held in the gym (all participants Wore socks, no street sliols on Mr. Stephensott's floor) AfiA there was daftcjhg irt the halls. It was fyfi for both faculty members afid students. Tryouts —AHS— for "Finian's Rainbow", pur jnusical to be. prejsent- ed April 30, were Friday after school: The —AH5— Future " Hbmemakers of included the March, Barry following: Watkins; Mr. Mrs. March, Sally Bay; Meg, Becky Dailey; Jo, Cheryl Rusk; Amy, Kitty Hardgrove; Beth, Cindy Cowan; Aunt hannon; Mr. March, Ann Bo- Laurence, Mike Stillman; Laurie, David Agena; John Brooke, Phil Taylor; Professor Bhaer, John B. Snyder; Hannah Mullet, Trudy Alt. —AHS— The stage crews deserve special thanks for their work, especially the costume crew who spent hours sewing costume changes for each girl. Headed by Linda Cooper, the committee included Diane Jensen, Pam Kees, Joy Meyer, Judy Parrott, Kathy Rruismann, and Peg Schutte'r. Other production staff members were Bob Bradford, stage manager, and Kathy Hatch, script girl. The make-up crew members were Barb Knudsen, Sue Moulton, Sue Hemmingsen, John Pratt, Carol Sloniker, Liz Wolter, America met for their monthly meeting Wednesday after school in the study hall. The group yot- e]d to give to the. American Field Service Fund and to help the cheerleaders purchase new uniforms. They also 'discussed a dance they were forced to .cancel due to snow vacation. The program consisted of a quiz on What's in a Cake" under the direction of Marjo Pomplun. The April and May meetings will be fused as an officers installation in April because of the already full May calendar. Earlier last month, the club divided into two factions, senior sophomore and junior-freshman, who had a service projects contest. Faculty members who desired any type of service signed a list and the girls went to work. And work they did, from cleaning study hall desks, sorting instrumental music, to doing research/for Mr. Van Haaften Despite their continual effort the junior-freshman group 'were the ones to prepare a banquet Saturday night for the winning seniors and sophomores.' —AHS— The Girls Recreation Association sponsored an Activity'Night April Faol't Day exploded before seven-thirty class Thursday at'AHS. The early economics class 'taught by Mr. Palmer en< joys listening to the news before class starts. However, when Mr. Palmer turned on his radio Thursday morning, the familiar news caster's voice Was replaced by strains of yea yea's. One teacher walked into his room to r ihd all the chairs empty! Some instructors played the game too, only they gave tests. Bode band to Canada for band contest Bode — Band Mothers sponsored a dinner March 28 in the school gym with 600 served. This was a benefit for financing Twin Rivers band trip to Winnipeg, Canada, in June. Mrs. Merle Thompson is president. Mrs. Harvey Morey and Mrs. Andy Cran were kitchen chairmen, Mrs. Talmai Heggen and Mrs. Warren Hankins, dining room chairmen. Mrs. Olvin Kaiig, Mrs. Jake Knudson, Mrs. Leon Terwilliger and Mrs] Tommy Kissinger had charge of ticket sales. A large group of women worked and everyone was served efficiently. The band of 60. members, 8 majorettes, and 10 chaperones will attend the Red River exhi bition and band contest June 17 to 21. They will travel by char tered bus. Michael Palm is di rector and the Twin Rivers band will appear in both marching band and concert band competi tion. They will participate in the parade on American Band Day which they estimate will be viewed by a quarter million people plus TV coverage. Trophies will be given to the top three bands. DONATIONS MADE The Bode Women's club met March 26 at Mrs. Lucille Torgerson's for a dessert luncheon. Coffi!rig fe the Algona Theatre for one week st«Hirt§ Thursday. Sean Connery as James Bond confronts Honor Blackman as Pussy Gelore, an aide to a man who plans to rob Fort Knox. Scene is from the latest James Bond adventure film, "Go.ldfinger," which opens Thursday April 8 at the Algona Theatre. The United Artists release was filmed in Technicolor. —Thursday thru Wednesday Except on Sunday "GOLDFINGER" 7:15 - 9:20 —Sunday "GOLDFINGER" 4:45 - 7:10 - 9:15 —Saturday and Sunday Matinees only at 1 and 3 "Secret Of Magic Island" Cartoons and comedies Sine* 1876 nor* thin 200 MILLION mm nd boys hi»i igrted/Neit to Hiysilf I liki I.V.D. bull' Underwear and Tee Shirts for men and boys B, V. D,,, the preferred gndtrwetr for men and boyif Why? Because it's more cgmfprtiblf, longer wearing, more economical, too, AM ihjrti and fhprti art "Libra Shrynk"-which absolMtfly i(U9r|ntffS 9 permaj»fn| fit. Satisfaction gyarintfed with "S»VtPt"«»er your money bagk! "'" ' > SHQjTS^eotton broidcleth, fyll to** ***+ cut. Sizes 28-44, OV^ KWT BREVS-luxurigws premium iff? ?.9f gQtton, Mejn'i §!?§§: ?844; boys. 1 §i2§§: 44li ^ * Tii5HIRTS-iQftpffmjum,qu4Jjt^ 89% Gotten. Men's sjzts: $M,L> jy ** XL; bt>ys' sizes; 44S 1 fir Ml MEH'S ATHLETIC Signed to gjy terrific y§J.yf ij §.hjrt. Men's si^fs; cotton . egjnfo/k §*|rt long weir & <?«...«* 5*4 Mrs. Ruth Gangestad assisted. Mrs. Bernice Holland presided. Mrs. "Ruth Matheson had the inspiration and report on the general federation News. Mrs. Shirley Johnson had the program on conservation. The club rated to donate to the Cancer Research project. Several members plan to attend the County meeting in Humboldt Tuesday. The Harry Palms, Warren Palm, and Mrs. Evelyn Anderson, all Lake City, were guests of the Michael Palms Sunday and attended the benefit dinner. Pflibsen and Bible Study by Mrs. Thor Selvig. Projects of donations to Holden Village, Carrie Lee home for returned missionaries in Decorah, annual Clothing Drive and rolled white bandages for Korea were discussed. : ....-.• The Richard Bakkens have a son, Todd Richard, born March 22. The Bakken's have two adop ted children, Randall and Cyn thia. Mrs. Ethel Tompkins visitec Floyd Sill new cubmaster for Burt scouts less, Mrs. Wayne Dugan. Devotions, Mrs. Wm. Christonscn. Program. Mrs. Donald Patterson. Circles B and C both meet Wednesday evening, April 7 at the church, hostesses Mrs. Magdalene Ofttnan, Mrs. Tom Trehary. Mrs. Michael Long and Mrs. Bernard Gifford. Devotions, Mrs. Harold Andreason, Mrs. Earl Shipler. Program, Mrs. Ray Dremmcl, Mrs. 'Russell Pattof- 's6n. Regular joint meeting of the \mcrican Legion and Auxiliary be held at the Legion hall Tuesday, Aoril 6, with" hostesses Luella McWhorler and Maree Sahnson. Regular meeting of the WS-C'-' vill be held at the Methodist church Wednesday, Anril 7. The Spiritual Bazaar will be in charge of the Spiritual Life committee, Mary Jean Andrews, Marie Parsons and R'.iby Hinckey. Hostesses arc Lyclia Manus, Wantalee I-Iawcott, Jean Lockwood, Velma Cook, Marion Westling, Charlotte Habegor. The Spencer District WSCS meeting was held at Spir't Lake Wednesday, March 31. Those attending from Burt were Mary Jean Andrews. Lorraine Camn- ney, Beth Miller, Edna Smith, Beulah Davis, Frances Sarchet Hazel Teeter, Vera Schwietert, Lefie McM.ullen, Phyllis Wiener. A Farewell party for Mrs. Irene Lauritson was held Tuesday, March 30 at her horn* Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Long, Mrs. Jake Gifford, Joan and Martha, Mrs. Dick Kain, Sexton, Mrs. Dick ohnson, Mrs. Clara Reutzel, Mrs. George Manus, Mrs. Larry Wanus, Mrs. Paul Arend, Mrs. )arwin Koepke, Mrs. Lawrence firmed on Palm Sunday. Members of the .class, ace Diane Kessel, Cynthia kjinksiek, Pamela Klinksiek, Joanne Lloyd, Becky McCoy, Robert Gilbertson, Dennis Johnson, Eldon Jorgenson. Walter Sirhonsmeier and David Smith. ' ' FIRST CHILD . Mr and Mrs Roger Fletcher, Colorado Springs, Colo...are parents of their first child, a girl born March 24. She weighed 8 Ib. 2 07.. Mrs Fletcher is the former Judy Roseboro, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton Roseboro. The Fletchers' address is 1105 Clariborn Road, at Colorado Springs. BOY BORN Mr and Mrs Wayne Lawrence, of Blue Earth, am parents of a >oy, their first child, born at the Blue Earth hospital March 26. m 10 o" Mrs I ""-rnnce is the 'ormor Donna Kramorsmeier daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Kramcrsmcier. Floyd Palmer is a patient at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge following a heart attack. He will be hospitalized two weeks. Mary Martha Circle met Mar. 15 at Mrs. Beverly Worby's, Assistant was Mrs. Bonnie Christiansen. Devotions were by Mrs, Joyce Holland, and Bible Study was by Mrs. Viola Thompson, Mrs. Ruth Thompson had charge. Young Matrons circle scheduled to meet March 24 was cancelled because of bad weather. Gleaners Circle met March 24 with Donald Larson, Mrs. Ralph Jacobson assisting. Mrs. Allan Olson had devotions and Mrs. O, Grefstad the Bible Study. Mrs. H, C. Olson is president. Ruth Circle met March 25 in the churqh. Mrs. Burton Rood is president. Hostesses were Mrs, Fosie Hoversten and Mrs. Andy Sspeland, Devotions were by Mrs, Sam Thorsland and there was general participation on the esson, Mrs. Hilda Selvig is a house- juest of her sister, Mrs. Laura ginger. She is returning from a visit in California. She flew west y jet, joined her sister, Mrs. tora Parsons, in Burbank, and ;hey returned to Jpwa by train. Mrs. Selvig lives in Owatonna, Minn. The Martin, frosts were weekend guests of the Fred Frosts. The Maurice Aasheims have had a two week vacation in March, driving fjrst tQ Denver, Co}o., tQ Vtfit their, son, the Dr. Ralph Aasheims, and at Bee- vttle, Texas, ta visit his father, Mrs. Harold Skaugstad Friday. The Michael Helmens, Carroll have a son Michael Hubert, born March 25. The Miles Helmens are paternal grandparents am Mrs. H. Hood, Humboldt, ma ternal grandmother. The Hel mens went to Carroll Sunday Mrs. Hood acompanied them anc will remain a short time. Leon Gangestad, on the coun ty board of education, attended a dinner and business meeting at Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Gangestad and Mrs. Lucille Torgerson spent the evening with the Dewey Morses. The Deal and Pass club met at Jim Christianson's Sunday. The Harlan Berges were assistant hosts. Supt. and Mrs. Miller were guests. The Gott Janssens, Palmer, visited his sister, the Donald Aures, one day last week. The Sunday school teachers met Monday evening, March 29 for a belated meeting. Pastor Kraabel had the lesson from the book The Bible, the book of Faith, followed by general discussion. Mr. Tom Olson was a Sunday guest at the Usher home near Ottosen. A large group of relatives honored Mrs. Thor Olson Sunday evening bringing a pot luck lunch in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Pearl Barber and Mrs. Eleanor Grefstad called on Mrs. George Hood at Houston's Nursing home in Humboldt on Tuesday and brought her a gift from the Gleaners circle. Mr. and Mrs. Noren Jahr and family of Mankato ' spent the weekend with Mrs. Jahr's mother, Mrs. Pearl Barber, Mrs. Leon Gangestad went to Mason City Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Seth Amelung, who is ill with a throat infecr tion. Burt — Cub Scout Committee met Friday night at the Harley Hanson home. Floyd Sill is the new Cubmaster. Den Mothers present were Lavina Hanson, Lavina Devine, Florence Spear and Nettie Giddings. Committee chairman is'Raymond Lavrenz. Parent contact man is Pat Bradley. Advancement is Donald Reimers. Special activities is John Spear. Treasurer is Richard Burmeister. The charter renewal proceedings were finalized. Next meeting will be at the Hanson home Monday, April 5. Any parent who has a boy eight years old who desires to be a Cub Scout should contact Cubmaster Floyd Sill, Parent contact man Pat Bradley or any den mother. GOODWILL PICKUP .Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council are making plans for their annua "Good Turn Day for,the Handi capped" clothing drive. On Sat urday, April 10, the Scouts wil distribute bags to be filled with wearable and repairable cloth- ng and materials and small lousehold appliances. ALCONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 <ans., on Saturday, they. ~iday overnight visitors at the ! Harold Herzog's. Mrs Alfred Busch was admit* ed to the Buffalo Center clinic' on Wednesday. Mrs. Christie Hlnrichsen was :lisfnissed from the Blue Earth ( lospital on Tuesday. ALGONA STARTS THURSDAY APRIL 8 i'fWfff/.-.'e JAMES BOND IS BACK IN ACTION! ON DEAN'S LIST Roger Green, son of Mrs Dallas Green, was named to the Dean's list with a grade average of 3.93. Roger is a soohomore in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State university in Ames. GETS DISCHARGE William Green, son of Mrs Dallas Green, received his discharge from the Navy on March 10, following three years duty. 'resthus, Mrs. Carol Fraser, Urs. Gordon GiCford, Mrs. Jean Grubb and Mrs. Beth Miller. A jot luck lunch was served. Mrs Duwayne Nelson baked and cle corated a pink and white hearl shaped cake. A purse of money was presented as a gift. 500 was played. Lydia Manus won high and Jean Grubb, low. Auxiliary has meeting at Ledyard Tues. Ledyard — The Matzener-Estle American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Members are reminded that this is an evening meeting, and also to bring their Golden Mike ballots to this meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs William Bauman and Mrs Melvin Busch. Nancy Herzog, who spent the week at the parental Harold Herzog home, returned to Northwestern college in Orange City on Sunday. A 1/c Roy and Mrs Herzog. and Cindy returned to Salina, EVERYTHING HE TOUCHES . . GOLDFINQER" TECHNICOLOR". UHtlUMTOn the A. J. Brian Robert, son of the Tef- ry Lees' was baptized Sunday at the Lutheran church, Pastor Kraabel officiating. Sponsors \&rer.e the Norman Armstrongs, Algona. Brian was born Feb. 20 in Iowa City, where the Lees "y§, Tfeey have an older son. Altar Guild circle met in the Fireside Room Thursday, Mar. 25. Hostesses were Mrs. Don PflibseB a»4 Mrs, ArnoW ]Ur- m were, by. MK. I m her care. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Doyen- kamp and family of Mason City, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Grefstad. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson entertained Bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Justin Torgerson was a guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. Basil Brock, Mrs. Justin Torgerson and Mrs. Bob Croker. Mr. Keith Nasby, former resident and now living in Tucson, Ariz., is a hospital patient, due to a heart attack. His address is Tucson Medical Center, Jfopi 13, Tucson, Ariz. Members of the Road Insurance Co. Bowling team participated in the National A-B.C. Tournament in St. Paul, Minn. Monday and Tuesday. Men who made the trip were Mayor Art Jenson, Wilford Rood, Parrell Johnson, John Carlson, Lewis Olson and Knut Oppedal. Esther Opheim is recuperated from a lengthy severe seige of I flu. Mrs. Carl Opheim assisted HEART FUND Chairman Mrs. Russell Parsons of the Heart Fund Drive in 'ortland Township reports 86.45 collected. Workers assisting were Mrs. Jake Smith, VTrs. Ed Larson, Mrs. Victor ? itch, Mrs. Louis Krull, Mrs. ?rank Becker and Mrs. S. R. Parsons. CONVENTION HERE The Iowa Federated Women's lub Convention will be held at Burt Methodist church Saturday, April 10. The W.S.C.S. will serve the 12 o'clock luncheon at noon. Co-President Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher will preside. There will be a 9 o'clock coffee time. Guests Sunday, April 4 at the home of Myrtle Zwiefel were the Cletus Zwiefel family and the Jake Smiths. •Recent guests at the Russell Parsons home observing the 7th birthday of Patricia were the S. R.|Parsons, the Darwin Koepkes, the Floyd Koepkes and the Henry Bunkofskes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were guests Sunday at the Sylvester Robinson home in Bancroft. Mrs, Velma Tompkins of Boone will be guest speaker at 7:3Q p.m. at Burt Presbyterian church. She will tell of her experience in the South in the march from Selma to Montgomery, TO BE CONFIRMED On Sunday, April 4, the annual examination of the young people in the Confirmation class of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church took place during the regular morning worship service. The class will be con- r Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE ENDS WEDNESDAY ALGONA 2 EXCITING HITS! THE MIRISCII CORPORATION presents CLIFF ROBERTSON James Stewart . 'DEAR BRIGITTE': THURS. thru SAIi *' , 'i,' 1 '•' APRIL 8 - 10 /'•'}-• NOWTHE8CI|EN IXPLODIf THE MOST 1. IMPORTANT MISSION OF THE WAI! CWMbyDELUXE PjUMWSHNT SHEAKLEYS — CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT — 2nd FLOOR — It's always happy sailing in Carter's Nautical Stripes Just about everybody on board is wearing Carter's cotton knit stripes. That's because they wear so well. Care so well, Because they're made by Carter's; Sizes 2-3-4. The church circles will meet Wednesday, April 7. Circle A will meet Tuesday evening, Apr. 6 at Presbyterian church, hos- RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE SATURDAY, APRIL 10 Oo»|r»|ition»l Church BaMMml /''•'•^•:f^ i A.M. TO 1 26 Short sleeve white denim- textured collar shirt with buttoned placket. White and nautical denim. $9 29 Denim tapered boxer snort In multi-colored stripe or solid color. Nautical denim, red or royal denim, f 1 Denim striped short sleeve polo shirt. Multi-color nautical denim stripes, f 1 yo Denim tapered boxer short In multi-colored stripe or solid color. Nautical denim, red or royal denim. M Denim textured hooded jacket. Multi-color nautical denim stripes, fj Knit duck or denim decj$ pant, Red, royal red denim, royal denim, white, SnEAKLEYS "Children's Department — 2nd Floor"

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