Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 19, 1965
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ABVANCt M0N5AY, APHIL If, 1WJ Kttifii-i ;«.--'<• ..,,. .,« .-,-..-,-. * Bear Facts -/o/'n Methodist church By ANITA NURR6 On Thursday, April 8, group pictures were taken of the Math Club and Speech winners for the yearbook. —GHS— A meeting was held for all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who wish to join chorus next year and are not members this year. —GHS— On Sunday, April 11, several members ot the annual staff worked on various sections of the yearbook. The entire staff. under the direction of Sister Mary Redempta, has been working continuously to meet the deadline. — GHS— Joni Campbell, who appeared on Fort Dodge television on Sunday, April 11, was selected as Graduation Sweetheart for 1965. She was chosen from five finalists. — GHS— • The Student Council met on Monday, April 5, with Randy Kollasch presiding. The Council met with Father Conway to discuss various questions. ; _GHS— '-, The Commercial II class received the results of their Civil YOUTH Preparatory Membership class received into full membership in the First Methodist church April 11, were, front row: Janice barrow. Kathy Taylor, Hebccca Mino, Linda Bonnctt, Jeanne Patterson, Sandra Nagel, Jennilee Hutchison. Back row: Dennis Service tests on Muesoay, April 13. These tests were given in three sections: Shorthand; typing; and a written test covering spelling, punctuation, vocabulary, etc. —GHS— Practice was held for D.Y.O. Award Day on Monday and Tuesday, April 5 and 6. —GHS— The Baseball team traveled to Mason City for their first game of the season. They lost to Mason City Public ' High School by the score of 4-0. Coach Daughterly was pleased, however, with the performance of the team and looks forward to a good season. —GHS— The annual Pocahontas Relays were held on Thursday, April 15, at Pocahontas Public High School. The Garrigan High School Track team participated in these Relays. —GHS— The Chi-Rho Club met on Wednesday, Aprilr^.14. A Baseball game was played batwoen Garrigan and Corwith- WesJey on Thursday, April 15. —GHS— The C.S.M.C. met on Friday, April 9, to record information to ba used in "recruiting" new members. C.S.M.C. members Peterson, Gerald Whittemore, Mark Peters, Richard Peterson, Thomas Ellefson, Rev N M. Coughenour, Duane Hunt, John Hedlimd' Verlyn llaahr, Randy Burris, .Jerome Simpson. .. Not pictured, Edward Bennett. Glenn's Studio Photo. Were also asking questions of students about the C.S.M.C. during the noon hour on Tuesday, April 13. Their regular meeting was held on Tuesday, April 13. Swea Eagle M«. Kenneth irdftet NEWSWRITER — Mrs. Thomas (Francena) Whitney probably holds, the record for length b'f service as writer for Clarinda newspapers — over 50 years. She and her husband, Mayor of Yorktown, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in February and have been life-long residents the community. Many activities in church and club work keep her in touch with those of her town. The fclvin GotlfredSofis h&Ve twin sons, Ronald and Robert, born March 31 ai the hospital at Estherville, The Godfredsons have two daughters, Diane, 6, and Dehise, 3, The Gail Wigans, Renwick, were Monday guests at Maynard Grcgerson's, and Wednesday guests were her father, Fred L. McFarland, and her sister, the Gary Blocks, all of Humboldt. The Gregersofis were Thursday guests ot her father for his birthday. Bonnie Hanson, Dakota City, was a Saturday guest at May* nard Gregerson's, The Gene Swensons, Rake, were Sunday guests at Darrel Bishop's. Members of a 500 club went to Fairmont Saturday to finish their season. Included were the Ormal Guinns, Everett Thor* sons, Johnie Tobins, Wallace Dawsons, Jack Recces, Jim Koons, Wendell Ditsworths and Laverne Larsons. The Walter Hanses attended services at the E & R church at Lcclyard Sunday for the confirmation of their grandson, Eldon Jorgensen, son of the E. G. Jor- gensens. The Vern Mortensens, Hutchison, Minn., and Clifford Beadles were Saturday guests at August Robinson's for his birthday. The Mortensen children are visiting this week. David Smith was confirmed at the E & R church and the Irvin Smiths, had as guests the grandmother, Mrs. Olga Schwartz, the Art Doocys, Owatonna, Minn., Ed Schwartzes, Jim Smiths, Donald Johnsons, Monford Boevers, Fred Schwartzes, Estherville, Rev. Vriesens.i Ledyard, Wiytie Smiths, Algeria, David and Ahhie Soriius, Woden, the Harm Soniuscs, Britt, Harold Schwartzes, Mae Lester, the MafVifi SiftlohsHieiers, Gus Si- mdrtsiheiers, Ledyard. 'i'fie Vvilliaht Scflalibefgers, Fairmont, visited at their son uaris Monday. Sunday tne Jim Koonses were guests ot his sister, the Michael unnsts Jr., Lakota. Mrs. Joe Ffestoti and Mrs. Nina Trailb were visitors Thursday at Kennetn Anderson's, tis- therville. The Art W. Larsons have recently moved to the Sam Carson farm. The bam Larsons have moved to their summer home at Silver Lake and tneir address will be Fairmont. They plan to build a new home sometime this summer. The bud Petersons have moved to the house in Swea City formerly occupied by the Larsons. Mr, Peterson is the new Midland tank man. The Roy Andersons returned last Thursday arier two WCCKS witn their son, trie James Andersons, Dallas, Texas. The Everett Thorsons had their 500 cluo Sunday. Mrs. Thorson and Wallace Uawson won high. Several frpm the area attended the 40th.'anniversary of the Henry Johnsons at the East Chain Lutheran church. Diane Ditsworth, Robert Brones, Walece Kracht and Marcia Tobin Were among 20 piano students of Mrs. John Nyman who gave a recital Sunday at the ImmanUel Lutheran church. Carmen Larson came Saturday for the wedding of Roseanne Swanson, daughter of Mrs. Bernice Pehrson Swanson, Fairmont. Saturday guests at Harvey C. Larson's, were Carmen, Karen Jehnke, Hope Olson and Joyce Andreas. All attended St. Olaf's college for two years. Sunday guests at Leo Guer- ,det's were his relatives, Charles ^fcMahort ami his rtster, Al^ wt« Ihe-lmi meeting of the fi>AA>i A ' • ' .} - |£.l Jft'a.s^.^i- • ' . ii, . ",!.---- -. . ™ • '.I-.-- ferri and Mark Mess, pand* children of the Leo Ouerdets, are spending the week with their grandparents, and were joined by .their parents, the Kenneth Mosses, LeMars, Eas* ter. ! tne Jim Kennedys had their, card club Sunday. Members are the Don Kennedys, Jim Ketine< days, Gordon flurts, Emory Prestons, Doug Guerdet, and Lloyd Maddens. Mrs. Preston and Gordon Burt won high. This the Bdft Kennedys visited his undey the Hurry Smiths, St. James, and a cousin, the Duane Smiths, Walnut Grove, Friday to Sunday. /Hit Marlyn Pauls and Mrs. Albert Paul spent the weekend in Iowa Fails visiting. Sunday they attended the confirmation of a great nephew of Mrs. Al< bert Paul. The Dick Krumms, Armstrong, were Thursday guests at Virgil Jensen's. "A SPECIAL" for INCOME TAX due April 15! W« have MONEY to loan you — $20 — $50 — $100 — or any •mount up to $5000. • INCOME TAX • REAL ESTATE TAX • PERSONAL TAXES • ANY PURPOSE Made at LOW-LOW-TERMS! Phone or Visit the money headquarters. . AMERICAN ACCEPTANCE CORP. 112 N. Moore Phone 295-3507 .hi . Vait'';. Begins Monday morning, ^^ . m • • • • • ^ *f #• -.^Jm il 19th 9 a m The Snow Has left Us Overstocked WE ARE RCE SELL NOW! COATS DRESSES roup 1 Every ladies wool coat reduced $10.00.... coats NOW SELLING FOR $26.00 la $45.00!!! roup 2 A special group cf n:svwcc5 ali waather rain or shine ccats,,,, reduced to go fast ,, i. NOW SELLING FOR N2M b $19,98!!! Group 1 Every ladles wool suit reduced $10.00.... suits NOW Sai^e FOR $15.00 to $30.00!!! ALL SPRING dresses sizes 12i/ 2 to 24l/ 2 SAVE from $3.00 to $10.00 ! ! Group 2 Group 2 AH SPRING dresses sizes 8 to 20 SAVE from $3,00 to $20,00 !! A special gi jap cf ntsi-wec) sails to clear al once. •. NOW SELLING AT only $12,98!!! ""'" Group 3 All SPRING dresses sizes 1 to 15 AND 5 to 13 JUNIOR PETITE,,, SAVE from $3,00 to $8.00 ! J! Be at Chrischilles (2nd Floor) Early Monday morning for Best Selection CHRISCHILLES STORE ALGONA.

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