Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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(1«wa) A6VANC6 MONDAY, APRIL 56, Garrigan drops 2nd game of spring, 1 -0 Sue Moulton elected and family of Kasson. Minn spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Marie Moldcnhauer and Sunday dinner guests at the of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Halverson and family of Mick Will and Barbara Tin- Mr. and Mr*. William Welter prick of Wavetly *pent the weekend With Mf. and Mft, Fred Will. Mary Will of Garrigfcn high school dropped Its second t*asebali came of the j Wednesdav here to Cor- Wednesday after- < noon. 1-0, The Bears had droo- oed a 4-1 decision to Mason City ; In their opener. " J Garrieao faced EaM Greene \ in a douWeheader at Ripper on J Saturday, win travel to Graet-? tincer Mondav The Bears will; host Forest Otv Tnesdav and i then onen sectional tournament action later in the week. Corwith-Weslev sacored i ts livermore Lions to sponsor a Minstrel show *> j « «» « *. i_ * i rbompson, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-iMoines was also a guest. • ¥ r , "?. d *5^-F altef ^ bcw * «ani Meyers and family, after- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter sand family of Chicago, HL spent |nw» eaters were Mr. and Mrs J and family of Masofi City Were fthe weeKelid with ra parent*, Leonard Meyers and family of i Sunday night supper pest* of i Mr and Mrs. John Babcock. j Kansas and Unda Erdman. i his parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Merriamj Welter. SundayjMnner guests aMand family and Henry Weber! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cockrcll J were Sunday dinner guests of;and girls of St PaUL. Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber, j Mrs. Archie Cockrell and Mr. - Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers j and Mrs. Larry Cockrell were visited Sunday evening with Mr.' Sunday dinner guests at the Ar- $.»j «_ ,* /^-^,, j noM Heise home the home of their daughter and faniily. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kraft Lnrtrmor* — The Livermore? i Lions Club will sponsor a min• «trel show featuring local talent • lone run in the third mninaj^J*^^ JL* 1 ^ ^\ Andv Moore, who went all the ™^ ll ^£,^|!C3 US.iJffn, way'on the mound for the ^n-i J^ n x j^ esw ^ b f ^^™ ! t^fAS^^^**^-' *»*"*« « **™^ SU6 MOULTON, front row left, was elected district president of the North Central student council district convention at the Aleona high school Tuesday. The local council served as host for the 40 attending high schools and 215 delegates. Vo- at RenwiCk. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood joent Caster weekend with land Mrs. George GaskilL their daughter and family. Dr. j ^^^^^^ ^^ and Mrs. Ray Gill in Iowa City. 14 ********** Linda Nail of Denver. Colo.,If spent Easter weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Tjeren Nerem attended the funeral of Mrs. Julia Jurgensen at Eagle Grove. and family of! CarroU fluted Monday'at the ft. C. Welter Mr. and Mr*. Leo Frankl of Algeria, Cindy Bllbrey of Pott Dodge, and Mr, and Mtt, Eirl Gjersled were Sunday dinner gueutu al the home of Mrs. MAe Higgle. . ,•'. Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Heise and Mark, Mr*, Gertrude Throttbury and Alma Melse visited Sunday afternoon with the Darwin Kaulenn in Eagle Grove. ii •• •t ,# CTMPLETE cal entertainment was provided bv the Symphonettes. Madras- Sunday dinner guests at the - * tics and the Brad Phil Brockes. Shown above, front row: Sue home of Mr. and Mrs. Tjeren ?• are Sltilren, Dennis Anderson. L. E. f T?lJ rU £4 ie , CTme \ onl >" ran JKa*. and Burrel Smith, on John \\jdens one-baser. | Entertainers Include the ever Garrieau's best threat came joooular Melody Moms, a madri- m the fifth inning with two out [e*j group from the Twin Rivers and Dick Bleich and Don Pott-1 high school children from the boff on second and third. Dick i elementary schools in the com- Salz strnck out to end the f inanity, instrumentalists from threat The Bears got three hits I the Twin Rivers band, a tap and OW five ,two bv Ditcher'dancer, two male quartets, a Moulton. Algona. President: Bill Gilbert. Iowa Falls. Vice- President: Tom Shives, Newton. IASC President: David McGinn. Mason Citv Newman. Treas. Second row: Jim Andersen. Algona Advisor: Tom Finn, Belmond. District Cabinet: Doug Thompsen. Belmond. State Cabinet: Rick Ivonavitch. Mason City. District Cabinet: Sid Bowen, Mason City. State Cabinet. Moore, Potthoff hurled the entire game for the losers. CORW1TH-WESLEY (1) ab T. Long, c. * 3 Moore, p. 3 Geary, rf. 2 John Widen, 3b. ___ 3 Brown, rf. 3 Jim Widen, ss. 2 Greyy 2b. 1 DeGroote, If. _. 2 Brock&a. lb. _ 2 TQJTCS ___._„ 21 Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw GARRIGAN (0) ab Geilenfeld, 3b. 4 D. Bleich, 2B. _:_:__ 3 Salz. ss. „_•._:__•__ Becker, lb. _^_ 3 Mueller, c. ^—. 1 Lv Bleich; l£ _______ 2 Becker, cf. 3 Kollasch, rf. - ;___ i Potthoff. o. 2 Mader, ph. ___, 1 Lone.-ph. •___• 1 TOTALS 24 r 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 harmonica artist, and a quick- change artist Mrs. Myra Taylor of Millersburg. Iowa will be the accomp- 1 1 anist and will also appear as a ( ! vocal soloist Her father, Pastor • jWm. Stock of Livermore, directs | the show, "Dixie Darkies," which he originally wrote for use at Concordia Camp Weeks at the Walther League camp on West OkobojL Since 1945 be has been the director of recreation for the three weeks for boys and girls. Pastor Stock is chairman of :he show's production committee and .other members are Vireil Smith and Ellsworth Bennet. The show is really a benefit DRIVE IN E_ds WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 SOPHIA LOREN SlffHEMKTO-MECSUMCSS *»i PLUS ENDS WED., APRIL 28 "BEACH BLANKET BINGO" ALGONA THURS.-SAT. APRIL 29-MAY 1 COLOR Any way you slice it...it's tne screen's new nigh in good clean-cut fun! Two on a KANJOWS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jurgensen and sons returned to their home at Northfield, Minn., after spending several weeks with lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxlev and Gary were Sunday dinner guests at the 4-H club news ALGONA A-OK The Algona A-OK*s met April 10 at Diane Logue's. Talks were given by Chen Boeckholt and Becky Tielebein. Demonstra tions were given by Cathy McDonald and Susan McGuire. Other talks were given by Diane Logue and Debbie Studer. Barb Faulstich had *tfte recreation Terry Farrell is reporter. FENTON PROGRESSORS The Fenton Progressors met April 13 at the Lone Rock Legion hall with 18 members present Randall Bierle and Robert Krause were chosen to attend Xerem were Marvin Nerem of • Renwick and son Terry of Man-; J kato State college. Zetta Frank- • lin of Charles (5ty. Vickie Ner- ? em of Decorah and Robert Uhr = J of Ames. |« > Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lenz i \ I Nick Arndorfer. 3n( j SO n were Sunday dinner | • I Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabb were : euests at the home of Mr. and \ < > I Sunday guests at the home of -Mr*. Roland Lenz at Lu Verne,'} | Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kimball at ^ « * e afternoon they vis-1» ',, . . ,. _ _.. ited at the home of Mrs. Mane 5 Ventura, where Sirs. Berbe Moldenhaue r and Clinton. j* Unger of Cannon Falls, Minn... Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher:? Mr. and Mrs. Herb Koreopel jand family spent Sunday at thei* and Brian of Ottowana. Minn... home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fish- and Mr, and Mrs. Cap Blank of • er in Algona. FINE STOCK OF FRUIT TREES NOW ON DISPLAY (Dwarf or Standard Size) OPEN DAILY UNTIL 7:30 P.M. OPEN SUNDAYS 9 to 5 PM. Klemme were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lang; and family of Ottawa, Kansas, I • and family of Humboldt were • spent Easter weekend with his •« Sunday guests at the home of ( oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald'} Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wagner. [Meyers and his brother LyleS* Mrs. Laura Brockman and : Meyers and family. 1V were, Sunday guests |of 1 »»»»••••••••••»••**•»»•••• I DUNCAN NURSERY "Located just North of Catholic Cemetery" u. ' r SIS * er an " family, Mr. and i Mrs. Herbert Webner at Mason old Oxley. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Juf-j:-.. gensen visited Sunday evening ^ and ^ Robert ^ and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth and family with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pe- chumer at LuVerne. Sunday dinner guests at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey HanMn were Ms mother, Mrs. Betty Umbsee of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. David Hanks and son of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Roland HanMn, Bert Mevers and Ann. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goddard and family of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Rov Johnson Jr. and family of Grinnell spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and Ten of Des Moines spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Maw. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis and girls and Jean Fleming of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 1 Fleming .anc) son and >Robert! Harestad'bf Ames were Sunday j guests at the home of Mr. Jhd Mrs. Harrv Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Oxley and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tigger and family of Burt Alice Arndorfer of " Briar Cliff college, Sioux Citv, Arlene Arndorfer and Ronald Gremva of Chi- were Easter .dinner guests^of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauotman.;' ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe and j family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-; ert Chambers were Sunday din-! ner guests at the home of Mr. Charles Nvgaard at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lenz WANTED Carpenter Work • Repairing • Painting CALL_qR SEE . ... HENRY (Hank) JOHANNSEN STILL AVAILABLE., 12 CHOICE BUILDING SITES IN ROBINSON'S 56-ACRE SUBDIVISION ... every lot High and Dry Ph. 295-5478 517 E. Lucas 4-H camo. Gene Hartman and j cago. 111., were Sunday guests jDelon Jentz are alternates, i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Demonstrations were given by \ —— Robert Krause, Delon Jentz. i Philip Rugy. Reporter is Robert Krause. Algona, Iowa RIVEROALE RUSTLERS II Riverdale Rustlers Unit H met at the St Joe school hall on Saturday afternoon, April 10. Joan Reding led the Pledge of Allegiance and Michelle Thilges led the 4-H Pledge. An illustrated talk. "Correct Personal Accessories," was given bv Elizabeth Zeimet and Jane McGuire. A demonstration. "Painting, staining, and natural wood finishes," was given bv Vicky McGuire, Michelle Thilges. Joan Reding, and Elizabeth Zeimet Ai a special activity Michelle Thi'«es and Elizabeth Zeimet brought and told about their hobbies. There was also a Foods and Nutrition meeting as each girl enrolled in this project brought i rookies which were judged by I the leaders and later enjoyed by the girls. Guests included Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Joe Loebach, Mrs. Ted ffilbert Mrs. Edwin Thil- ses, Mrs. Albert Thilges. Mrs. I Eugene Zeimet and Mrs. Mil-i ford Plathe. Kathy Plaihe was! hostess. Reporter is Michelle; Thflges. i LOTTS CREEK LEADERS The February meeting of the Lotts Creak Leaders was held with Ted Grinert and Teddy Pompe as hosts. Booklets on dairy cows were passed out and a test oo judging various lands was taken. Record book sheets were passed out also. Meeting adjourned with the 4-H Pledge. The March meeting was held with Dennis and Alan Gross. Pictures were taken of the club and its leaders. Extra project sheets were handed out and i checked. Barbara Pompe and Evelyn Bierstedt gave a team talk on taking pictures of dairy and beef cattle. The meeting adjourned with the 4-H Pledge. Judy WoJter is reporter. F&fumeJ Spray Mist $3, • Oil TKot inlmitoWe New Moja so ocdoimed . , . now avdoW« 0 tingling Spray Mis* Ajiteja perfuae from $3.50 to Spray M& at a prke g| can afford | \ OFF1CI COAAFLETE PRINTING SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE RUSK Drug & Jewelry DIRECTLY ADJACENT TO U. S, HIGHWAY 18 (on the north) AND THE ALGONA COUNTRY CLUB (on the southwest)... 56 BEAUTIFUL ACRES in NICELY WOODED, HWN GROUND AREA. Tht Flml 20 RMifcutial NMM- tilts to AI(OM S«M In KM Ltd E. ROBINSON Robinson Construction Co. AIGONA (EatlMNwy.1l) MMM2K4374

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