Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
Page 16
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tMUftSBAY, APRIL i, WS 4-AL66NA (Iowa) ADVANCE JUST ARRIVED! EASTER LILIES 5-Bloom average YOUR CHOICE 2.66 Pick up your lily this weekend or place your order today for pickup next week! SELECTION OF EASTER CARDS CANDIES BASKETS BUNNIES NAPKINS ; 'Algona's Leading Variety Store" Bear Facts B/ ANITA NURRE Report cards were sent out on Saturday, March 11. There were more students on the honor roll this quarter than before. —GHS— The Commercial II students took the Civil Service Tests on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (March 29, 30 and 31.) These tests included a written test, a typing test and a shorthand dictation and transcription test. The tests were given by Sister Mary Rcdcmpla. — GHS— Many G. H. S. students participated in the speech meet held at Sioux City on Saturday, March 27. All of the students received very high ratings. Congratulations! — GHS— The operetta was held on Sunday and Monday, April 4 and 5. A largo crowd was in attendance. A dress rehearsal had been held on Wednesday, March 31, at which the cast displayed their costumes. We wish to thank Mr. Sterba, Sister Mary Ignatius, Sister Virginia Marie, Sister Mary Roberta, and all the others whose joint effort produced this "award-winning" production. Congratulations, also, to the cast, stage crew, and all who helped to make this year's operetta the greatest yet! — GHS— On Thursday, March 25, the seniors voted for C. Y. 0. Track Queen. All senior girls were eligible. The results of the vote are not yet available. — GHS— The Biology class "received their frogs" on Tuesday, March 30. Each student has a frog to dissect. It must have taken Mr. Daugherty a long time to catch all those frogs?! — GHS— On Wednesday, March 24, the Commercial II class viewed a film presented by a representative of the A. B. Dick Company. The film concerned the use of the mimeograph machine and the preparing of stencils for mimeographing. —GHS— Senior English classes are now studying the Victorian Age. This was the age of Browning, Tennyson, Dickens, and many other well-known authors. ' —GHS— Several G. H. S. students had displays in the windows of Algona stores April 3. — GHS— On Wednesday, March 31, pic- automatic ELECTRIC COOKING makes "tiomewoiK" easier! If you're a busy homemaker, you'll find your "homework" is easier when you own an electric range. The new electric ranges are cleaner—stay clean longer, because there's no fume or fuss with electric cooking; and the electric range is easy to keep clean. So see your dealer... and join the change, to an flistriQ range—another magical way to live better, electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities In farm program EIGHT COUPLES who will be participating in the Extension Farm & Home Development Program are shown. This program is held with the assistance of Wm. Turner, District Extension Economist from Sheldon. A new group begins with a two day Farm & Home Management short course, which this group just completed. The individual couples also keep farm and home business records, which are analyzed at the end of the year. Top row — left to right — Ray Laabs, Lone Rock; Jim Mullins, Corwith; LeRoy Janssen, Lakota; Wayne Lynch, Fenton; Frank Kramer, Swea City; and Wm. Turner, District Extension Economist. Middle row, left to right — Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Jim Mullins, Mrs. LeRoy Janssen; Mrs. Kenneth Studer and Kenneth Studcr of Burt. .••••."' • Front row, left to right — Ray Bergum, Mrs. Ray Bergum, Bancroft; Mrs. Albert Banwart, West Bend; Mrs. Philip Studer and Philip Studer of Corwith. ' ent. Oil the bulletin board were many pictures of the 25 years including the wedding picture. Ovef loo cards and many gifts were received. Mrs. Marvin Maf^ vift Marlow took care of the gifts. Guests were from Spirit Lake, Bancroft, Iowa City, Lu- Verne, Eagle Grove, Algorta and Burt the event Was sponsored by the daughters and husbands, the Eugene Marlows and Jerry Kissners. HOM1 FROM SOUTH Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott returned Sunday from a 10 day trip to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. They joined a conducted tour at St. Louis which went through seven states. Among the places Visited Were Memphis, Jackson and the Piney Woods Negro School in Mississippi, the Bellingrath Gardens near Biloxi, Mobile, New Orleans, Baton Rogue, Natchez, where several anti-bellum horn- tures were taken of serfior band members. These included: Beverly Besch, Therese Mullin, Anita Nurre, Joyce Arndorfer, Connie Cassel, Kris Plathe, Sue Bode, Sandy O'Brien, Marie Thill, Jody Baumann, Janet Erpelding, Jerry Miller, Randy Kollasch and Jean Owens. —GHS— The Kossuth County Beef Producers banquet was held at Garrigan on Tuesday, March 30. —GHS— Ray and Ken Erpelding, G.H.S. students, received the Kossuth County Beef Award at the Beef Banquet on Tuesday. —GHS— The Athletic Banquet was held on Thursday, April 1, at G;H.S! All major and minor award winners were invited to attend. Featured speaker was Bob Feller. ''• —GHS— • ' r : ' vj ;^ Congratulations to the Senior Class which had 30 students on the honor roll. This number was the largest of the four classes.;'.' 1214 oz., Renee Ann, their first child. Sam Shipler entered St. Ann hospital Saturday as a medical patient. Rosalie Hyink and Linda Meyer who attend La James Beauty school in Mason City were weekend guests at home. 25th wedding is observed by Burt pair fes were visited and Vicksburg, where they touted the btttle- field. Temperatures were ifi the 70's and 80'* and the azaleas, dag wood and other spring flow* e'rs were ift full bloom. OFFICERS ELECTED Of ganizatiofiat meetings of new circles of the W.S.C.S. were held at the Burt Methodist church Monday, Officers elect* ed are: Ethel Circle, pres., Ethel Smith; vice, Marion Westling; sea-treas., Jessie Rash, Shirley Circle, pres., Shirley Lovstad; vice, Gladys Hawcott, sec.'treas., Lorena Roark. Inez Circle, pres,, Inez Graham; vice, Ruby Hinckley; seotreas., Esther Milton. Lunch was served by Ethel Smith, Shirley Lovstad and Inez Graham, the circle chairmen. GREAT GRANDMOTHER Mrs. Lottie Isenberger received word from her daughter Stella that she is a great grand- mother. The Lynn Andersons, Missouri Valley have a daughter, Susie Lynn, born April 1 The dene Tietzes have an 8 Ib. 15 6i. son Michael Douglas, born April 3.it St Ann hospital. The Rudy Tietzes now have two grandchildren. SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you ! Exclusive new "Hard-core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant (ablets let Instantly and continuously to .drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities, one "hard-core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from bain arid pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily —slops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at all Druf Stores, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction • guaranteed by maker. Try it today I HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona, low* Whittemore * Mrs. Marion Hyink The Les Millers, Spirit Lake, and C. B. Lowes, Emmetsburg, were Sunday .guests at Leroy Elbert's. Dennis Elbert, New Hampton, spent the weekend at home. Just For Fun Club met Sunday at Norman Lane's. The Carl Ernsts, Albert Kramer, Mrs. C. A. Derner, and Mrs. Albert Kramer won prizes. East End Kids met Sunday at Jim Kressin's. Leo Nurre, Bernard Bell, and Teresa Duffy won prizes. Guests were Teresa Duffy and Mrs. Bob Higgins. The J. A, Mathers, Fenton, purchased the Dale Hanover home last week. The Hanovers will move to Algona. The Jerry Weyderts, Livermore, and Nick Redings, Algona, were Friday guests at George Baas's for Mrs. Weydert's birthday. The Jerome Foreys, Spencer, and Ken Poeppes, Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests of the Elmer Elberts. The Harold Haags spent Sunday with her parents, the Louis Schumachers, near Algona. The Sterling Simonsons and Mrs. Eida Simonson were Sunday guests at Robert Ludwig's, Algona. Charles Elsbecker, Minneapolis, was a guest Saturday of his sister, the Clem Biseniuses. In the evening all visited the James Cowans, Algona. Jim Lenhart, Storm Lake, was a Thursday visitor with Mrs Lydia Bisenius. Rev, Merle Kollasch, Heelan high, Sioux City, was a weekend guest of his parents, the Frank Kollasches. Other Sunday guests were the Ray Kollasches anc Frank Eisele. Mrs. George Koestler anc Vicky, Burt, visited Sunday at Herman Vaudt's. Mark Bonnstetter and Lowe! Byam, Algona, spent the week end at home. Both are employ ed with airlines in Chicago. The Lyle Ramnes, New Ulm, Minn., spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jane Alig. Relatives here received word of the death of Mrs. Edwin R ohman, Claremont, Minn. Funeral services were held Monday. George Wichtendahl entered St. Ann hospital Thursday as a medical patient. The Dirk Hansens (Dianne Bonnstetter) Omaha, have a daughter born March 30, 7 Ibs. pen house at St. John's Luthran church April 4 for the 25th vedding of the Lawrence Pres- huses. . Rodney Marlow was egistrar. Mrs. "Kaufman, Swea City, laked the heart shaped, 4-tier .vedding cake. Mrs. Marvin Mar- pw 'and Mary Lou Marlow cut tve.'cake,. Nancy,,Kisser poured. ilrs. P. W. Marlow was dining room hostess. Assisting serving were Mrs. Robert Angus, Mrs. Bob Schmidt, Mrs. Walter Dacken, Mrs. Irvin Elmers, Mrs. Don iehnkendorf, Mrs. Dale Dundas, Joan Gifford. The program welcome was by Mrs. Edith Tieman. Eunice Meyer sang solos. A candlelighting ceremony was by six nieces and nephews, Rev. Wm. Scheer gave a talk. June Gifford and Lawrence 'resthus were married at her home March 31, 1940. Attendants were Arlene Gifford (now Mrs. P. W. Marlow) and Harold Presthus and both were pres- Burt There were 150 at WE'REAf CLOSE AS YOUR TELEPHONE! 5-3762 FOR FREE GROCERY DELIVERY EAST E GROCERY STATE A PHILLIPS STREET L And now for my feature trick of the evening. Waich closely while I produce before your very eyes a compact car that's surprisingly big.,, amazingly roomy,.; unbelievably • comfortable. A truly family-sized compact.,, yet incredibly low-priced, On second thought, that's not much of a trick,.. .. Dodge.Dealers do it every day! 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