Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 19, 1965
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4-ALGONA (low*) ADVANCt MONDAY, APRIL If, Bulldog Marsh Miller won the Robin Hood award in Mrs. Moxley's gym class. Her arrow missed the target completely, but she did hit a light bulb and in the center! — A.H.S. — Members of the Future Business Leaders of America attended the state convention in Cedar Falls at the state college. "Learners of Today, Lead* es on their slate convention entries. "Learners of Today, Leaders of Tomorrow" was the title of their exhibit. Judy Thompson, Rpxi Schade, La Vonne Sailer, Linda Farrow, Jan Patterson, Alexis Rutledge, Carol Zimmerman, and Pam Ball conslructed the spiral stairway and dressed the dolls lhal were put on it. Emy Lou Garms and her com- millee spent countless hours constructing the club's scrapbook. Twenty-eighl club members allended. — A.H.S. — The Future Teachers of America also had their slale conven- lion April 10 in DCS Moines al Ihe Technical high school. Five club members and Miss Sorensen attended the convention. — A.H.S. •— The Algona Student Council has been preparing for the North Cenlral Dislricl Sludent Council Convention which Algona will host April 20. Around 50 schools will participate. During the morning session campaign speeches will be made for all officer candidates. Four Algona Council members are seeking office: Barb Medin running for District Treasurer, Sue Moulton trying for District President, Jane Raney will be up for Dislricl Secrelary, and Barb Knudsen for Slale Cabinet Member from Ihis district Following Ihe opening session Ihe convenlion will divide inlo two discussion groups, led by the Radcliff, SI. Ansgar, Ames, Mason City Catholic, Mason City Public, Hampton, Clear Lake, •and Algona Councils. During the noon hour, voting for officers will take place. Al- gpna Council Members will lead mixers in the gym during the voting. Stale Sludenl Council President Tom Shives will address the aflernoon session. The newly elected officers will be installed at Ihis lime. Entertaining Ihe convenlion during the morning session will be Ihe Symphonetles. The Mad- raslics will sing during the afternoon. Algona High was represented April 9-10 at the State Speech Contest in Iowa City. Jackie Kinden, Maureen O'Brien, Mike Stillman, and Gregg Buchanan irsEAsnoSHOP FOR A BI6ELOW CARPET AT HOME! Just call - and we'll gladly bring $amples of carpet right to your home! It's so much easier to choose your carpet right in the room where it's going to be used. Day or evening appointments at your convenience. No obligation, naturally. -Call 5-2216- FURNITURE & CARPETING Algona, Iowa composed a debating squad. Entering the oratory competition were Jackie. Maureen, and Karen Charles. Karen also competed In the girls extemporaneous speaking with Gregg entering the boys extemporaneous division. — A.H.S. — The Junior High Vocal Music departmenl will presenl "The Heritage of American Music" at 7:30 in the auditorium April 19. The seventh and eighth grade chorus under the direction of Mr. Snuslad will be featured. A.H.S. The cast of "Fin'ian's Rainbow" was posted last Tuesday. The cast of characters includes: Dana Snodgress, Kitty Hardgrove, Rich Feastcr, Phil Taylor, Skip Perkins, Mark Conn, Jim Peterson, Chris Conn, Glen Tschetter, Rod Ricklefs, Lee Dau, Jim Colwell, Bob Bradford, Dorene Funk, Dave Martin, Dave Agena, Brad Kraft, Wayne Chr- isliansen, John Pratt, Cathy Chrischillcs, Wendi Gardner, Debi Krause, Russ Bode, Tim Claude, and Gayle Phillips. Dancers are Janet Angle, Linda Bishop, Becky Dailey, Sandy Harms, Jackie Kinden, Carol Sloniker, Dave Martin and Chris Conn, Members of the chorus will include the Modern Choir members. Lois Hunt will play piano for the musical, directed by Mr. Sonkscn and Mr. Snustad. The orchestra will begin rehearsing this week under the direction of Mr. Guster. The dates of the production has been moved to the 25th and the 26th of May. — A.H.S. — The Bulldog Pep Club met on April 7 after school to elect new officers. Those elected include President Judy Egel, Vice- President Cheryl Rusk, Secretary Connie Derbyshire, Treasurer Barb Knudsen, Poster Chairman Barb Medin. — A.H.S.— The National Honor Society held a special assembly Wednesday for. the .purpose of- accepting new members. For the past several years, the Society has kept the names of the new members secret. The parents of the elected members are notified in advance, but the students themselves do not know until a Society member taps them in the audience. President Rod Ricklefs presided over the. session, with members Ann Wilson, Maureen O'Brien, Gayle Phillips, and Jackie Kinden reciting the purposes of the organization. Mr. Allen handed out pins and certificates and Mrs. Kelley, club sponsor, opened the meeting. New members include the following; Seniors Dennis Ohrtman, Juanita Meyer, Jane Geilenfeld, Dorene Funk, Marilyn Deal, Trudy Alt, Lois Hunt, and Milt Butzke; Juniors Sally Bay, Dave Martin, and Jane Raney. Taken as sophomore probationary members were Connie Derbyshire, Barb Knudsen, and Tom Claude. Barb Medin, Sue Moulton and Phil Taylor, last year's probationary members, received their pins. Probationary members are able to attend all meetings but are not given pins or the right to vote until their junior year. Previous members from the senior class include Jean Christiansen, Gayle Phillips, Ann Wilson, Rod Ricklefs, Jackie Kinden, Maureen O'Brien, and the deceased Penny Dodds. — A.H.S. — April 5 at a special Student Council Assembly, the film Egypt and the Nile was shown to the student body. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUH AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone ?3 - FENT0N RINOSTED PHONES: 21Q07 — 31006 — 60404 -% ' ' Retires Confirmations are honored at Whittemore WhlMemore — A confirmation dinner and supper was held in the church parlors Sunday for Dennis, son of the Lawrence Meyers, Dianne lloeber, daughter of the Maynard Roebers, and Norman Roeber, son of the Wilbur Roebers. Guests were the families from Ft. Dodge, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Humboldt, Ames and Cylinder. Funeral services were held Wednesday with graveside rites for a pre-mature baby born to the Harlan Wagners, LuVerne. Burial was in St. Michael's Catholic cemetery, Mrs. Wagner is the former Martha Schumacher. Prairie Gold Council Boy Scouts of Whittemoffi distribute ed bags to the homes ifi town April 10 and picked them up April 17. These bags are to be delivered td the Goodwill In* dustries. ErVin Schuller is in charge of the drive. Theo. Meiers were Saturday guests at Arthur Benschoter's, Algona, and Sunday guests at Herman Hansen's, Rodman, for Carl's confirmation. The Dale Mains family, Al* gona, were Sunday guests at Erwin Struecker's. The Leo Walters left Tuesday for Chicago to visit the Gene Harigs. Sunday visitors at C. R. Kollasch's were the Clarence Bor* manns, St. Joe, Donna Lauben* thai, Houston, Texas, and Dr. A. J. Laubenthat, fimmetsburg. Confirmation guests at Elvin Meyer's for Eldon included the Leo Kinnetzs s>., Emmetsburg, Leonard Meyers, Algona, Wm. Meyer Sf. f the Ernest Meyers and Tom Meyers. The Tom Dunphys and Ernie Meyers visited the Ervin Siems for their wedding anniversary Wednesday. The Raymond Zinnells had Sunday guests for Raymond Junior's confirmation in the school lunch room. Out of town guests were from West Bend, Cylinder, Clarinda, and Klemme. His father hurt his back last week and was unable to be present. The Ed Kenyons spent Thursday at Wesley at Louis Lickteig's. The Deb Ostwalds had guests for the confirmation of their son Brian at the Melvin Ostwald home. Out of town guests were from Fefitdfi, foft Dedge n Mfs, g Rtlph Fafidel Had the Grandmother's club Mdttdsy* Mrs. Wm. Fandel, Mrs, Henry Mueller and Mrs. Gertrude Kol< lasch won prizes. Mrs. George Dresen and sons are visiting her parents, the Ralph Fandels, for a few weeks as they are moving to Lacrosse, Wis., form Fort Dodge. Sgt. and Mrs. Louis Kunte, (Dorothy Ostwald) of Ethiopia, have a daughter born, March 21, 6 Ibs. 12 oz., named Victoria Jean. They now have three girls and two boys. The Robert Barones (Ida Rose Fandel), La Mesa, Calif., left last week for Cedar Rapids to visit her brothers there after 10 days at the parental Ralph Fandel's. Mrs. Fandel went with them to Cedar Rapids and came home Friday. The Ralph Genglers had the George Gengtefs IS Saturday guest! for their wedding anniversary. Sunday visitors at Deb Wich* tendihl's for Venum'i- birthday were the Harold Baits, DCS Moines, Mfi, Geofge Wiehten* dahl, the Clias. Schuitzes, and Ernie Meyers, The Merle Laubenthals had the Crawfish Bottom club Monday. The M. J. Erdmans, Merle Laubenthal Mrs. Jim Besch, and Herman Kollasch won prizes. The Bob Reeds, Chicago, spent a few days last week at Mrs. Irene Reed's and John Marte's. They returned home Thursday accompanied by John Marte who visited in Chicago a few days. The Bill Reeds were to arrive here Thursday enrpute to Minneapolis where he has been transferred. They plan to visit here and in Algona a few days. Both Bob and Bill are employed with the airlines. £:iK!KlXli%MlIil3M&liMMSffl COL. J. E. Devlne, son of Mrs. J. A. Devine of Bancroft, has retired after serving 23 years with the Air Force. He completed his service at Wright-Patterson AFB at Dayton, Ohio. He stopped off to visit his mother last week en- route to California where he will be employed with a subsidiary of the North American Aviation firm near Anaheim. His wife and three children will join him as soon as school is out. Band Mothers at Burt name new officers Burt — Band Mothers club met April 12 at the school. Officers were elected: Pros., Wilma Fairbanks; vice, Viola Gun- , ningham; sec., Evelyn Mawds- \ ley; treas., Dorolhy Sheirbon; Executive board, Wantalce Hawcott and Virginia Becker. The club has charge of the Activities Banquet April 19. A pole lamp was presented lo Mrs. Larry Coney. Insurance on instruments should be paid at the Burt bank. Eleanor Stenzel and Florence Koestler were appoint- ,e,<t,to. jplan .tbe..community picnic May 28. Hostesses Monday were Florence Koestler, Eleanor Stenzel, Mildred Mcschcr, Wilma Fairbanks. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the W.S.C.S. will meet April 21. Inez Circle, hostesses Marlene Davis and Janice Schealler, devotions, Florence Spear, program, Louise Eng- strpm; special, Minerva Curtis. Hazel Circle meets at 2:15 p.m. at the church, hostesses Alice Cole and Pearl Dutton; devotions, Mary Jean Andrews; program, Gladys Hawcott; special, Lorena Roark, Mildred Circle meets at 2:15 p.m. at the church, hostesses Vera Schwietert and Nellie Clark; devolions, Etta Holdren; program, Lulu Hawcott. DATE OPERETTA The Children's chorus of Burt school will give the Operetta, It Happened in Holland at 8 p.m. April 23 in Ihe high school auditorium. The personnel of the chorus is from grades 5, 6 and 7 and includes Franklin Becker as the Burgomaster; Jill Smith as his daughter Juliana; Kevin Fraser as a rough gypsy; Connie Sheirbon and Jolyn Scheer as gypsy maidens; Sandra Lovstad as Gertrude the-Burgomasters cat. Others are Dutch and Gypsy boys and girls. ACTIVITIES BANQUET The Burt Lions club invites families to the Uons club Activities Banquet at the Burt school April 19 at 7 p.m. It will be a pot luck with each family to bring a hot dish, salad or desert and table service. Rolls and drink will be furnished. Speaker will be George Meyers, Des Moines, Beverly Meyers, Sac City, a teen-age ventriloquist, will entertain. Teachers of the Burt school will give activities reports. Mrs. W. E. Lloyd, Shenandoah, was elected president of the S.W. Iowa Veterinary Medical Auxiliary Wednesday at the noon luncheon at the Omaha Athletic club. Mrs. Uoyd is the former Noma Scott, daughter of Mrs. Charles Scott, Burt. The Hay Dremmels spent the weekend in Minneapolis at her brother, the Everett Sperrys. The Mennett Trunkhills were called to Hickley, Minn., because of the serious illness of her father. Fortnightly club will meet April 23 with Ruth Carman in Algona. ALGONA AYS FLORAL HALL AT KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS OPENING HOURS... FRIDAY - 2 p.m, until 9p.m. SATURDAY -2p.m. until 9 p.m. SUNDAY -2p.m. until 6p.m. Valuable Door Prizes ... Registration FOR A BEAUTIFUL CURTIS MATHES STEREO CONSOLE will be held all three days. Plus daily door pruts including transistor radios, Registration limited to persons high school age and older. Purchase of an admittance ticket not required to register. Admission . . . 25° per person CHILDREN UNDER 12, ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT, WILL Bi ADMITTED FREE. • ORGAN MUSIC ALL THREE DAYS by BILL WATKINS • FRIDAY SEE- Miss Iowa CAROL LYN JOHNSON PLUS the "MABRASTICS" Voices and Strings SATURDAY "THE GATES SISTERS" ofSpri*in«M,M«. Fresh, young talent presented in whirlwind fashion. One of the best acts of its type around. You'll Ilk* it! • PRIZES • FAVORS •EXHIBITS • FUN •ENTERTAINMENT •LITERATURE • HELPFUL HINTS TO REMEMBER SUNDAY ATTRACTION No, 1 ... "THE RHYTHMETTES" Talented Women's Quartette fr«m Alf «ni ATTRACTION No. a ... "THE COHANAS TRIO" Variety Show Winneri from lewi SJttt University Folk Singer* Supreme Sponsored by Algona Chamber of Commerce

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