Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1965 · Page 5
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Learn through science experiments ^^^HufiSB££f^EEi£!£&*r < "'*'' t *'T ™ v * .— -***• ^i-»* * w •> ..».»..•....'"'""•...• ..<,.. .• ™ -,-,.,.-., ~ —. «•- "**»« •*• ****** » i- prise six o'clock dinner fof thelf aughter Carlenc's 16th birth- ay. Teh boys and girls were uesls. The group went to the vemng show. Tne Oscar Wtl- lams and Mrs. Ted Williams, t. Jose, Calif., and Carieiies irother Brent were also guests. brent Hanson, son ol the Carl iansoiis, is bacn to school alter a tonsillectomy at Lutheran hospital in }> ort bodge. A farm Bureau meeting held Monday aitcrnoon m Humbolut vas attended by Mrs. Norman lolland, Mrs. /\rchie Holland, Mrs. T. M. Aure, Mrs. Konaiu uison, Mrs. Carl Ophcim, Mrs Orville Olson, Mrs. O. urefstau and Mrs. Don Hood. Mrs. Norman Rolland took part in a panel discussion. The E. M. Ellingsons flew from Denver, Colo, oil account 01 illness ana death ol Mrs. Ellingson's mother, Mrs. Clara Hastings, Northlield, Minn,. Her uinerai was Thursday. Diane and Manys Carson are visiting the parental Gordon Larsons, 'incy are students m lowa City. The Uave Spauldings, Grand Marais, Minn., were callers tne first part of the week. They are both tormer teachers in Twin Rivers schools. Tne Chttord Hansons, Sioux City, and Russell Kellys, Algona were Easter guests at the par ental Harold Hanson's. ETtey feturtied to Colo?ado' Jpflhgs Monday by train from DCS Moines. April 25 in St. Joseph's church the Most Reverend Bishop Joseph Mueller administered the Sacrament of Confirmation. Ruth Ann Kellncr, Cedar Rapids, spent the Easter weekend here with her parents, the Cyrill Kellners. Ruth Ann, 1964 Garrigan graduate, is employed at Collins Radio as a key punch operator. The Dale Chicoincs, Jefferson, S. D., spent Easter with her parents, tne Harold llcdings. The George Hams, Ames, spent the Easter weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3d Bormann and at Roll'c with r. and Mrs. Eldon Hams. The Edward Thilgeses had as Easter guests Casper Thilgcs lie John Lentschs, and Mrs. Alvina Thilgcs, Algona, the Wilred Schneiders and Laurence 1'hilgeses. Easter Sunday guests of the PICTURED ARE the boys and girls in. the Special Education room at Bryant school doing some experiments' with magnets. Seated are Lonnie Shipler, who proved magnets attract steel; James Baumann, reading; Arlene Schaeffer, show- ing that unlike poles attract and like poles repel; Beverly Detrick, experimenting with thumb tacks. Those standing are Jerry Hibbs, Randy Bannister, Mrs. Eason, the teacher of the group, Duane Heinrich, Leona Heiderscheidt, and Ronald Gronbacn. Bode woman returns after 2'/2 years abroad She visited the chief cities in all these countries, found each one with its individual interest but personally found Florence, Italy the most charm ing city. Elaine thought the customs and foods .of various peoples intriguing, visits with new fellow travelers exciting, scenery and climate invigorating. For many months Elaine has been in charge of private swim- ing classes in Frankfort, 6 to 10 children in a class and she has taught an aggre|a L tq_p£ r 50.Q. children swimming, m o si'tly American and a few English children. She ilew from Luxemburg*! to-New York City and spent two weeks there with .friends, also 2 weeks with friends in Baltimore, Maryland. She appreciates getting home, being with her / family and meeting her new niece, Sharon Ostrum of Algona. of Humboldt and Miss Christine Morton of Des Moines were Saturday afternoon callers with the Gullixsons. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin intertained their family for Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Benz and twin sons of Grimes, Mr. home Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Olson and Brian of Jefferson were Easter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson. , The Ben Brobergs visited her mother, Mrs. Tina Dale, Easter. Mrs. Dale, who has been visit- ana iwm suns ui unmea, an. . . • , • r> j ~ n A and Mrs. Ronald Nielsen of ng the^Brobergs in Redwood Tama, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Knutson of Dakota City. Mrs. Tedmar Williams of San Joes, Calif., is visiting the Oscar Williams and Harold Williams families and other relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Williams celebrated their golden wedding March 28 in San Jose They have 2 sons. Mrs. Williams flew back to Iowa with some of her relatives from Rolfe who flew to California for the golden redding. She will be here a few /eeks. Monday Mrs. Ted and rlrs. Oscar Williams drove to ,edar...Falls to visit Catherine (VillSarns. '~ "•" Mr. and Mrs. John Engel of 'orest Park, 111., and Mr. and rtrs. Gary Engel and 2 sons who returned mid-winter from fapan were all together at the parental David Engel home for ,he" Easter weekend. Art Monson returned home Tuesday from Iowa City where he has been a hospital patient. Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson Mr. Andy Olson returned from his trip to Redlands and other places in California on Saturday. Dr. Siekmire and Mr Olaf Olson met him in Perry Mr. Olson went to Duncombe on Thursday to visit his sister, Mrs Mathilda Anderson. Mrs. Royal Hansen attended a shower 'Monday evening in Eagle Grove for Miss Chery 1 Hansen. Miss Elaine Bratland, oldes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Bratland, returned horn last Friday from 2% year abroad. Most of the time n Frankfort Germany. The first year she taught 2n grade to American children m a military school. During the summer tutored in remedial reading. She traveled for three months in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy and was in Sicily when news of the Kennedy tragedy was broadcast. Mrs. Al H u e n a o 1 d Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona were Friday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gullixson. Mr, and Mrs. Franklin MONDAY, APRIL U, 19tt ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCI-S St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Falls, Minn., for several weeks •eturned home with them. Alma Dale, St. Paul, spent Easter at her brother John's. The Seth Amelungs, Mason Jity, Loren Ahlrichs, Waseca, Minn., spent the Easter weekend at the parental Leon Gangestad's. Mark, who spent the past week with his grandparents, returned home with his parents. The Rex Cottingtons, Sioux City, spent Easter with her mother, Mrs. Julia Halvorson. The Meintzes, Belmond, and Duncans were also Easter guests. Miles Helmen, librarian in .Cherokee, scligpls, was home for Easter vacatioiit 1 ' ' The John Larsons, Swea City, were Easter guests at the parental Donald Larson's. Ti.e Gene Olsons, Decorah, were Easter weekend guests at the parental Erling Olson's. the Vernon Tompkins, Bill May- tiews, Rochester, Walter Krafts, Renwick, Donald Krafts, Goldfield. Mrs. Engstrom stayed at the Kraft home several days and the Mayhews spent the weekend at the Vernon Tompkins home. The Clarence Hellands visited their daughter, the Lewis Haucks, Marion, on a recent weekend. Mrs. Nora Quill went to Red Oak Friday to visit her daughter, the R. Fishers, for the Easter weekend. The Krauses were guests of the Norman Rollands, and weekend guests were their daughter, Ruth Ellen, and her fiance, Michael Stoddard, both students at Iowa City. Ruth is doing practice work in Cedar Rapids. The Orren Olsons, East Mo line, and son Richard, Davenport, were in Mankato Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Kay Anderson and Mrs. Olson's nephew, James Johnson. They are both graduates of St. Ola' college. The Archie Rollands, Alvin Rollands, Milwaukee, and the and Jaqua and Mrs. Anna Rossing are the parents of a son born Monday, April 18 at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and VIrs. Peter Pederson are the parents of a son born Tuesday, April 20 at Lutheran hospital, ft. Dodge. The fathers are brothers, Mrs. Selma Opheim had company Tuesday, Mrs. Roger Johnson and 3 children of Palm Grove Mrs. John Swenson of Jolley and Mrs, Anna Thorson of Thor. . , Mrs. Irwin Olson entertained Bridge club Wednesday evening at her home. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lucille Torgerson, Mrs Sid Rolland and Mrs. Leon Gangestad. Mrs. Harold Williams of rura Livermore and her guest Mrs Ted Williams of San Jose, Calif, called on Mrs. Cora Underberg and Mr, and Mrs. Howard Raymond in Humboldt, went to the Trinity Lutheran church near Rutland, to view improvements there and called on Mrs. Viola Thompson in Bode on Wednesday afternoon. The Wm. Jass family of Alden and the Duane Saathoff family of Dakota City were visitors at the parental John Saathofi The Garry Krafts had as guests April 4 for their son, Mark's 2nd birthday the great grandmother, Mrs. Sophie Engstrom, Humboldt; grandparents, Ralph Rollands, Eagle Grove were Easter guests of the Raj Farnsworths, Cresco. The Farns worths are Mrs. Ralph Rolland' parents. The Carl Hansons had a sur- C.D. of A. met This Wednesday with Grand regent Mrs. N. J. 'Weydert presiding. The nom- nating committee gave a slate f officers for election at the day meeting. The local civil efense director had a short >rogram. The film on mouth to nouth respiration and a film on ivil defense were , shown. In harge were Mrs. Art Zeimet, Mrs. Albert Berte, Mrs. Tony Becker, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Ed McGuire, Mrs. Ray Bere and Mrs. Irene Bormann. The Orville Wagners and the \ick Redings, Algona, went to spend Easter with the Bill Racers family, Waterloo. Kenneth Bormann returned Saturday from 6 months National Guard training at Fort Leonard Wood. He is a son of the Ed Bormanns, a 1962 Gai-igan graduate. Richard Erpelding, son of the Francis Erpeldings, 1962 Garri gan graduate, left Friday for 6 months National Guard training at Fort Leonard Wood. • Robert A. Kruse, Fort Sill, Okla., spent the weekend with the Sylvester Wagners. Eddie Illg, Virgil Wagner and Eileen Wagner returned -Friday after a visit in Colorado Springs, ,Colo. Betty Wagner and Virginia Lopez, Colorado Springs, accompanied them to spend the weekend here with Betty's mother, Mrs. Adeline 1 Wagner. Richard Kohlhaas' were Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas, Miss Dena Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer, Miss Karen Kohlhaas, and Ed Youngwirth. FBLA club gets 3rd place award The Algona High School Chap er of the Future Business Lea iers of America (FBLA) motoi jd to Cedar Falls for their an mal state convention April 910. The club spent Friday and Saturday competing in various contests pertaining to business. Sandi Haag, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hagg, Algona, was el- acted state secretary for the coming year. The club also received a third place award for cheir Activities Report. JUNIOR HIGH MEET The Algona junior high school competed in a track meet at Eagle Grove Wednesday. PEP UP YOUR CAR FOR SUMMER Let us give your car new lift for summer driving. We'll check your battery, spark plugs, tires, radiator, air and oil filters. We'll drain out old, worn-out oil, replace with fresh, clean Sinclair Motor Oil. All this- plus complete lubrication — and a tankful of Sinclair Dino Supreme Gasoline for peppy premium performance. Sinclair t Hilton Sinclair Service 5-3654 BILL HILTON, Owner Algona iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiira ANY WHITE WALLS or BLACK WALLS ONE LOW PRICE! electric water tiealino... 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