Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 3, 1965
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5-AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 3, Bear Facts Connie Cassel, who was chosen to represent GHS for the title of track queen is lo bo one of the two attendants to the queen. On Wednesday, Aprjl 28, there was a meeting of nil those interested in joining the publi cations staff for next year. These staff members are for the "Star" as well as the year book. — 6HS— The final pir§nt» club meet ing was-held on Tuesday, April 27, at 8:00 p.m. This meeting featured displays of shopwork, and homcmaktng; information on English; work by the speech department; and a question box. —GHS— Josephine B a u m a n n was awarded a senior certificate for her work on the piano. It was presented to her after the music recital held at Whittemore on Thursday, April 22. —GHS— Sue Bode will be featured In her graduation recital at Garrigan on Sunday, May 16. The chorus will also sing several selections. Sue has been partic- LOCAL MONTGOMERY WARD STORE MANAGER MAY WIN NATIONAL CONTEST We have just been advised that national recognition may be given to Helen Ferris, the manager of our local Ward Store. A national contest on TIRE SALES will give the winning Store Manager, and husband, an all expense paid trip to the Indianapolis "500". Helen Ferris is reported at having new and special low prices on the famous Riverside HST Nylon Tires. As a matter of fact, she has been given permission to give the 4th tire ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF 3 of these long mileage tires at the special price. She has a stock of these tires on hand so that immediate delivery and installation can be given. As an example of the special price given her to sell these high quality tires, the 7.50-14 HST Whitewall is $25.16 each, and with the purchase of 3 of these fine tires for $75.48, she can give the 4th tire FREE to the customer. We are all pulling for Mrs. Ferris to win this special award and represent Algona at the, great INDIANAPOLIS "500" , £ S ^ *-'« * ' ,*>»*,* RACE. to MOTHER with love.... CANDIES Assorted Chocolate* . ti.eo Sib*. 3.15 jng under the direction of Sister ing at the services. Virginia Marie. —6HS— On Tuesday, April 27, the Seniors made suggestions of the class flower, motto, colors, and patron saint. On Wednesday voted on those that most popular. The the class were the class Voted for the Orchid as flower; Motto, "Climb as If you will live forever, live as though you will die tomorrow"; Colors, Burgundy nnd Pink; and Patron Saint, Saint Thomas Aquinas. —QMS— The CYO annual award day was held at Garrigan on Sunday, April 25. Hosted by Father Conway, the activities included a performance by an all-diocesan chorus. Sue Nelson and Sue Bode of OHS accompanied the chorus. Those receiving speech and drama awards were: Diane Bode, Connie Bormann, Corinne Bormann, Mary Bray, Jon! Campbell, Connie Cassel, Linda bodds, Gary Loebig, Vicky Me- Guire, Mary Jean Mertz, and Sandy O'Brien. Rich Loebig received a best actor award and Dick Bleich received an athletic award. —GHS— Plant are being made for the Junior-Senior Prom which will be held on Friday, May 14. Corwith woman's brother dies in California Corwith — Mrs. Lester Wilhite received word of the death of her brother, Jim Wilson, 83, at his home in San Bernadino, Calif. Burial was in California. He leaves two daughters in California. At one time he lived in Britt and was a contractor for 15 years. He also farmed in the Stilson vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Green took their son Philip to Rochester, Minn, for a check-up. Skip Fish, of Des Moines spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish. Linda Determing, of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with Linda Erdman at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nutty and family of Sioux Falls, S. D. spent the weekend with her mother,^ Mrsi^Emma Oxley. -j Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett of Mr. and Mrs. William FelMnd family of LuVerne were supper guests Sunday night at the Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Masott of Early and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murrary of Ames were Sunday dinner guests at the W. G. Etd- man home. , , .-•->. Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'Mccleltand and family visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grover at Clarion:: A group of friends shower Thursday afternoon hid the Catholic rectory for Marlene Ezarski, who married Alan Jordon on Saturday. A group of friends had a shower for Mrs. Tim Vipond, the former Donna Trenary at the LuVerne Mr*. William Biglngt ***** Mother's Day MAY 9th Honsbruch Drug "YOUR ALGQNA §T08E" LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fctt and family were Wednesday supper guests at the Albert Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett of Burt were Friday evening vis- tors at the Art Livingston home. ~ ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Livingston were. Sunday dinner guests at the Hans Peterson home at lear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Guenther and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mullin attended a Republican dinner at the Algona Country Club on Monday evening. Leslie Dawson is a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. . Mrs, C. B. Meyers, Mrs. John Oxley and Mrs. Esta Schul? attended the Spring Council of Republican Women on Saturday at Britt. The District B.Y.F. rally was held at the First Baptist church Sunday afternoon. There were 141 registered, the ladies of the church served the dinner at 5:30. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tebben and daughter of near Osage, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman visited Saturday evening at the Ben Widen home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman visited Friday night at the Robert Kraft home near Renwick. Mr. and Mrs, Lou Hoover of Burt visited Thursday evening at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Beer and daughter, who have been at Granite City, 111, where Mr. Beer has been in the service, re* turned home. Mr. Beer receiv ed his release. Mr- and Mrs. Robert Kraft of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and a daughter were Sunday guests at the Jim Tindall Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. John Puffer and Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe attended the Home Show at Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Green and family of Ft. Dodge were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Charles Mortimor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mortimor and Merlin were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leerar near Stilson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson of Goldfield visited Sunday afternoon at the John Daniel home. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Kaulen and family of Eagle Grove visited Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Thron- bury. WUUam Day, Scott Elwood aw} Keith Krebs, joined the First |! Methodist church Sunday morn- Catholic rectory on Friday evening. Father O'Toole, E1 i z a b e t h Priest, Mrs. Arthur Kelch and Mrs. Wilbur Merriam attended a deanery meeting at 'William on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Redd Riccville. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe,and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers attended the home show at Algona Saturday evening. ' v 'it' Mr. and Mrs. George Glawe visited Sunday afternoon at;the August Studer home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will and Jean Fleming of Des Moines spent Sunday with Mr^ahd Mrs. Harry Fleming. ; : ' ' s ' Gene Boysen of Lincoln, Neb and Mr. and Mrs.' , f Wen'dal Schutjer and family bf/Titbnka were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foley. Mrs. Gertrude Fleming spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Edward Lenz and other relatives in LuVerne. Rev. and Mrs. Herman Smith left for two weeks vacation .trip to Austin, Texas and Garden Grove, California. ; American Legion Auxiliary will meet on Tuesday afternoon May 4 at the home of Mrs. Steve Devine with Mrs. Albert Fish assisting. . ; ; ft Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggle visited his aged aunt, Mrs. George Riggle at Shellsburg. She is 89 years old arid "had broken her arm. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirchgatter returned to their home on Saturday after spending the winter months in Folida. . i ' ;.Rev. and Mrs. Fay Garnir and family were Sunday dinner 1 guests at the home of Mrs. yi- ola Brown. ! Mr. and Mrs. Tjerean Nerem visited on Tuesday at the Gerhard Nerem home in Bancroft. Evelyn Dawson entered the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge on Monday. T * „• Mr. and. Mrs. EnuT Peterson of Hutchin and Mrs. Rilma Anderson of Britt visited Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott. i Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs, Percy Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Sr. of ,Humeston, were Monday night supper and over night guests at the Jesse Scott home. Mrs. Orville Anderson is la- patient at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. j Weekend guests at the Vern Nims were his sisters, Mrs. Jesse Nims and Mrs. Alice McKinsey of Maquoketa, and Mrs, Marion Stover of Lowden. j Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Sr, spent Sunday in Des Moines at the J. C. Johnson home. * ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson^ attended .the funeral Friday of Merle Shields at the Beuse Fui Mr. and Mrs, Merlin Trauger and daughter of Rothville, Mo., visited over the weekend with his brotHerfJ the Harold and James Trauger families. Merlin came to visit his father, Guy Trauger, living in a rest home at Britt. Mrs, Audrey Baumgartner spent Saturday in Des Moines visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rugg. Mr. and Mn. R. A. Talbert of Springfield, Mo., are visiting for a few days with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart. Miss Sally Prior, Mason City, spent the Weekend with her father, William Prior. Jess Lindebak was admitted to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday for observation ah'd treatment. Postmaster Bert C. Ramus, attended a convention at Hotel Hanford, Mason City, Thursday to Saturday, Postmaster General John A. Gronouski was present at!'a reception Friday. Denny Ray Legler student at the 'school for.'.the deaf in Council Bluffs/ spent his spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Raymond Legler, Johnny and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Still* took their son Rodney Monday to Rochester, Minn., for his checkup at the Mayo clirtic. . ; Mrs. Ernest Meyer entertained her 500 card club Tuesday afternoon. At play, high, Mrs. Eli Bager, low Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. Guest player was Mrs. James Gilligan. Mrs. Anna Hanselman will be next hostess. The Canasta Club were guests ill., the Herman Hinz home Thursday evening with Mrs. Melvin Kubly hostess. At play, high Mrs., Hinz and low Mrs. Kubly. There were no guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wlliani Meyer, RFD 1, Fort Dodge, are the parents of a 8 Ib. 2 oz. daughter, Vicky Jo, born: Tuesday, Apr. 20, at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge.•; They, have another daughter Debra. Mrs. Meyer is the former Claudia- Janssen, daughter of the.EarlJanssen's, Panora, .formerly, ot. LuVerne. Mrs. Laura, Meyer of. Amies is the paternal grandmother.: . Mrs. Jaw** MaHory, Mother, Mrs. Joe Madden, were Apfil 16 visitors in Des Moines. They also visited their sister and daughter the Doug Boyef family in Waukec. Mr*. Effa Darg, Rockwell, spenl the past week visiting Mrs. Lucinda Stone and Ronald. Mrs. Darg was a rural School teacher in this vicinity .years ago before her marriage. Ottosen woman, 59, dies Thursday at her home Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, 59, were held Saturday in Trinity Lutheran church, Ottosen, by the Rev. Robert LeMont. Burial was in Union Cemetery, Ottosen." Mrs. Jacobson died , early Thursday in the home of her daughter at Ottosen, following a long illness. The former Bertha Enockson, she was born at Bradgate, but had lived at Ottose.n since she was a small girl and was a graduate of Ottosen high school. In 1926 she married'Sylvan Jacobson at Ottosen. He died in 1956, Surviving are six children,. Mrs. Allen Wehrspann, Ralph, James and Arlan Jacobson, all of Ottosen, Louis Jacobson' of Algona and Mrs. Howard Klemme of New Providence, and 19 grandchildren. Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Peter Enockson of Ottosen; three brothers and one sister, Rj>y Enockson ,and -Mrs. Oscar Oppedafil of Ottosen, Palmer Enockson of Fort Dodge and Ernest- Enockson of Humboldt. .. .. .... , ..... H-D banquet is heldbyCDA, at St. Benedict The St. Benedict C D of A held a Mother and Daughter banquet in the hall April 27. Fr. fcluba was toastmaster and Ff, Thomas Munn, chaplain at the hospital for retarded children at Woodward, was the speaker. Music was by the Garrigan Double quartet and Garrig&n singers with Susan Bode at the piano. Grand Regent Stella Eischert, gave the welcome. Violet Plemel had the tribute to the daughters, and her daughter, Jean Plemel, responded with the tribute to the mothers. Chairladies were Camilla Bormann and Dorothy Neppl. Betty Ricke, Beverly Colwell and Janice Ludwig used a Hawaiian theme in decorations. In charge of the program and the tickets were Delores Bormarin and. Marilyn Arndorfer. Women who prepared the meal were Esther Mayer, Martha Grandgenett, Verna Peffer, Elizabeth Eischen, Mildred Brown, and Anna Eischen, Waitresses were Florence Grand-; ganett, Leona Downs, Rosalia Eischen, Louisa Preuschl, and Lucylle Kutschara. DUPLICATE BRIDGE . The Algona Duplicate Bridge club will meet Monday, May 3, at 7:45 p.m. at the Legion hall. Winners at the last session were —1st, Mrs. Don Coslow and Mrs. Harold Jacobson, Britt; 2nd, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Everds; 3rd, Mrs. R. R. Blomgren and Mrs. F. J. Reddoi . man and 136n prteskifnV FARM LOANS on your land provide safe<< ty — low payments — long term — privilege of pay*. ing anytime ^without penal*. ty —.cash dividends -^ adaptability to .c h an gin g. needs —• other advantages , with an organization that, has several times reduced, interest when money costs make it possible. CONTACT FEDERAL LAND BANK OFFICE , South of Penneys In '. ','- Algona [ , . Preferably on Mondays „ . and.Wednesdays E: H. Hutchins, Mgr. Larry Sevtrson Mrs. Helen Haas Let us dress you for your formal occasions... We specialize in up-to-date .fashion for every occasion. Come find a fine fit... modest rental! LEUTHJOLD.WIIIIAMS ALCONA, -IOWA' MAY 3 THROUGH MAY 8 ONLY in- eral Home in Fort Dodge. j Kristie Nerem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tejerem Nerem was selected to attend Science Behavior Institute at Grinnqll this summer. Kristie is a junior in Corwith-Wesley school. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs aijd family were Sunday guests at the W. D. McCutcheon home at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geaty and family were Sunday dinner guests at the' Gerald Geary home in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin attended the reception at Hampton in honor of Mrs. Alice Mae Wert, Iowa Mother of the yeaj. The reception was held at tlie high school auditorium and the First Christian church. Enrouie home the Mullins visited at the Richard Mullin home in Clear Lake! Several couples from thjs area attended the pot luck supper Tuesday evening at Garner for George Cummin, the former Blue Cross Blue Shield sentatiye. David Hauswirth of Doughtery, spent the weekend witjj his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth. COYOTES — A small group of Sibley area farmers shot an| killed a 35 Ib. coyote when hunting in northwest Iowa nxonth. Another group of hunters tracked down a coyote near Arnolds P^rfc the same week. Ii Gift Jiousc ! Stamps on everything you buy! What M •aaortMHy! Trials Stamp wild your MtHwr's Bay |W! ky I* auks hsr baa* nan MMfartaMa, M bar i chair - Law Qatar Mml - latanlarHMt- StMat M Mta awcbiMf, FOSTER'S was also over 30 pounds.

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