Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 3, 1965
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Bulldo Tales g SALLY BAY er. —AH$— Camera Club member* mef Wednesday after school in the •hemistry room. College Board Te*t» were giv. under the direction of Mr. en in the study hall on Saturday, May 1 under the supervision of Miss Sorensen. Student* who are participating in the Nutrition study being conducted by the StatirUjniVeV* sity of Iowa and the fqwa State University had bloqd sample tests and physicals last' Wednesday. ;: for ex-Fenton lady, Mrs. Nelson Ponton — Were, held Saturday afternoon at Center City, Minn.i for Mrs, Albin E. Nelson of Apache Junction, Ariz. Mrs. Nelson died last Wednesday morning. The'Nelsons have made their tome in Arizona for a number of years but have spent most of he summer months with rela- ives and friends in the Fenton and Ringsted area and in Minnesota. Mrs. Nelson 'is survived 'by ler husband Albin, a brother in California, and several stepchildren. Those attending the funeral From Fenton were Mr. artd Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mr. ' . Elections for Student ' Council offciers for next year took place Frday, April 30. Campaign speeches by the candidates themselves were given Friday morning in the auditorium with the voting taking place all day. The slate of candidates was drawn up by the senior Council members. Running for Student Council President were Sue Moultpn, Jane Raney, and Phil Taylor. The candidate with the second highest amount of votes will be the Vice Priesidenf. Barb Medin and Phyllis Moulton ra.n, for Secretary ; those bidding "" ., for Treasurer were "Bill dridge, Rodger Johnson, Bbl- Mike Stillman. Results will known this week. —AHS— The entire senior class and be attended Law Day Exercises at Garrigan all day Friday. Various lawyers and local court officials presided. Seniors were selected at random to be jurors at the mock" trial. —AHS— The Girls' Recreation Association held a recreation meeting Monday evening in the gym. Officers for next year were elected as follows: President, Kathy Morz; Vice President, Barb Medin; Secretary, Connie Darbyshire; Treasurer, Linda Ross; Point Chairman, Sharon Sundet; Reporter, Linn Taylor; Historian, Debbie Laws. —AHS— ' The freshman general science classes viewed a special display of energy sources and devices Under the arrangement of Mir Pat "Montag, from the Natura ft?Gas Company, Mr. Robert Ed ; wards lectured the group about energy. Various displays includ ed a transistor television set How was Andy Griffin? —AHS— The Future Teachers of America had their installation— tea Tuesday evening in the auditorium and Annex. Mr. Palmer spoke to the club members and their parents, and special ire invited to attend at 3 p.m. ' Already Selected M a "hold" group of Irish singer*; Ttftf concert will feature approximately 22 young and talented. Irish men, women and. children who sing, dance and play instruments. This group has Won awards all over Europe and promises to be a highlight of the next season. \Vith reciprocity at EmmetsBurg, Forest utyV Clarion and Estherv]11e this affords a member of thje gotnlnuniiy Concert Association a minimum of 16 musical events to attend, Dues will be $7.(jb for adults and $3.00 for students: • Padcittnowin Further information on the condition of Harold Padaott, 37, a former Aloona and Fenton resident, indicates he was seriously injured in the bomb? ing of the American Embassy at Saigon, Viet Nam several months ago: He sustained a broken arm, a broken elbow', a cut eye, which yfrill require surgery la- 1 " Mrs. Henry Wilberg and and Den nis, and Nelson. Albin Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson returned to entertainment was provided by a "teacher quartet" composed of Mr. Van Haaften, Mr. Sonksen, Mr. Stephens, and Mr. Snustad. Senior members received FTA pins; Trudy Alt was honored by receiving the service award pin annually presented to a deserving senior. —AHS— Modern Choir met for • rehearsal Wednesday. A group of junior girls called the Debutantes sang Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church, •* :•: .• . +AHS— Friday evening th» Vocal Music Department presented its ! annual spring concert. Such groups as the mixed chorus, two, • girls choruses, the Brad Phil- brocks, the Ma,drastics, Ifodern ChQir, the Debutantes, {he phonettes, a i?d dijets by members were featured. ' ' ' tor, plus nurneroiis cuts and bruises. A great deal ^flying glass caused r mucn of his Injuries.' "~-~'-' ••}' '''• i*''"'' ''•'''''-^'-'r- His mothtr,Mr». Ella Padgett, is staying with a sister at Los Ana*)** to be near her son! Mr. Paclgett; a v 1*44 graduate of Alqona and 'a" resident here • iri j the, late ; lW(Xs- and early 1940/s with his parents, was; flown, becfc vii»} ;Lee' An- gales from Viet Nam. : 30 confirmed don, Georgia. Out of town guests were from Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Preston, and Spring Valley, Minn., Waterloo, Mason Hity, Marshalltown, Cherokee, Vebster City, Spencer, Clear ..ake, Decorah. Stunner, Ionia, fresco, Lawlcr, Calmar, Ames, lemvick, Des Moines, Belmond, .ime Springs, Irvington, Lone Rock, Bancroft and Buffalo lenter. Married here recently - .... , . :''.:• *> * .:- '. . . • J at Livermore Feiitbn and will spend several days with relatives before leaving for Arizona. His daughter, Mrs. Ray Albrandt of Denver, Colo., who came for the funeral is also spending some time vis-, iting in the Fenton and Ringsted area before returning home. Irish singers booked as one concert here At the cbnclusion of the 196566 Kossuth County Community Concert membership drive Saturday noon, May 1, Mr. Louis Kelley, president of the association, presided over a meeting at the High School -Annex for ^Putzstuck, Qryille K. Logue am the purpose of selecting next Donald Rasmussen. Rev. Geralc season's program. All members Fisch is, the Parish Priest. Livermore'— Th,e Most. Reverend Joseph ,M.. Mueller,^ D. D. Bishop, of Sioux City, administered the Sacrament pf Confir matipn in Sacred'Heart Church at Livermore, Wednesday, April 21. '•;., - - f -f" l '.-:^\ :'.•;,; • Four adults'/and-26 .children were confirmed:. Denise Behou nek, Randy F^th; Uhda Loftus Daniel Putzstuck, . Kiriiberly Putzstuck, Mary Renquist, Suzan Sawyer, Dale Stalzer, Kevin Thilges, Debra Zeimet, Leona Berte,.Richard,'Collins, Annette Ehrhardt, Susan ; Eisenbarth, Jody 'Ellis, Gregory^ Fuhrmann Bruce Roethler, Delmar Welter Robert Collins, Dennis Day Mary Dodd, D»ia,ne • Foth, Denise Logue, Sandra Sawyer,' Steven Zeimet, Dale 'Armstrong, Mrs Ronald Zeimet, Mrs. Joseph A double ring ceremony held on Sunday, April 4, 2:30 irv the afternoon at the -Algona First Presbyterian church, united in marriage Carol Ann Markovetz, Des Moines, daughter of •Mrs'., William Markovetz, Algona and the late William Markovetz and Pvt. Michael E. Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon, Bancroft. The candlelight ceremony was performed by Rev. Walter F. Morz. : ,» The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Archie Hoyt, Cresco. Her attendants were Alice Patterson, Des Moines, Anne Dixon, Bancroft, sister of the .groom, Mary Andera and Monica Marhoul, both cousins of the bride from Cresco. /Attending the groom were Ed- ^ard Mayland, best man, Bu'jv falo Center^ Dennis Schiltz ajntf Jack Hendrichsen, both Bancroft. Joel Klaassen, Belmond, was junior groomsman. ; ' Ushers were Jerry Andera, St. Paul, and Duane piers, Ban-; croft. , A reception for 175 guests was held in the dining room of the church following the cere- •money. ",'.. ."'., '. ..... | Mrs. Johnnie Haugstad, E ton, Minn., and Mrs. Jimihie Keck, Cresco, poured punch. Mrs. Joe Andera, Cresco and Mrs. William Morrill, Chicago, cut and served the wedding cake. Serving the bridal table were Barb Becker, Mason City and Bonnie Vestweber,- Des Moines. Other waitresses were Barb Deitz, Ionia, and cousins of the bride, Diane Markovetz and Connie Frankhauser, both Cresco. Mrs. Edward Mayland, Buf- falo Center, w?is dining room hgstess, Mrs. Paul Ahern Spring Valley, .Minn., and Car olyn Vail, Amps, poured coffee Mrs. Clarence Marhoul, aun of the bride, Calmar, had th guest book and Mrs. Jack Davis was gift hostess. Opening the gifts were Mesdames Bill Grant Don Erdman, .Glenn Wiegam and Bob Reiken. Following .the reception th couple left on a. short weddjn M6NDAY, MAY .3, 1965 trip. The bride is an AlgonaAL60NA (Iowa) A5VANGI—3 high school graduate and also ~ of Mason City Junior college. She has been employed for the past year in the Medical Records Oept., of Mercy hospital, Des Moines. The groom received his education in the Bancroft and Swea City schools and is presently stationed at Fort Gor- spent last Saturday in the home of Mrs. Florence fichhe. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Bchne. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Juhl, Lincoln, Neb., are parents of a baby girl born April 20 at Lincoln. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 6 ozs. and has been named Darci Lou. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. tfarold Wehrspan and Mr. and Mrs.' Arno Juhi of Fen- ton. Faye Manteiman and Jefty Belknop of Denvefj Cdld., splB^t a week's vacation visiting in the Eldon Hantclman honie. faye is employed by the Telephone Directory Service and Jerry is employed at the Frontier Re* fining Co. in Denver* They returned to Denver on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe vis* ited at the Fred Lafigerman home in Swea City Friday evening. Fenton Jean Priebe A guest several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff was her sister, Mrs. Daroltl Wolff of Vermillion, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff spent Easter with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grant of Anthon, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stavros and sons,' Bradley and Mark., spent from Wednesday until Sunday with Mrs. Stavros's mother, Mrs. Florence Behne. April 23rd,. the Stavros family left Minneapolis for Idaho Falls, Idaho, where Stavros will be employed by Phillips Petroleum as a research-chemist. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nelson, Carol and Robert of Rockford, Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery-for your 'wedding needs, let. our . services . guide you. . . Advance Publisliing Co. "JUST IA.ST op COURTHOUSE" 3B1R . Th Future Teachers of Aipor* ica sent representatives to the district planning meeting at, Hampton. Algona has three di* trict offcers, Mike Stillman, president, Sharon Sundet, retary, and Phil Taylor, ian, Thf Pff> Club met Thsrtf>V for % brief meeting in the study haU, They sponsored a b sale at Fareway on Saturday, . , The prom wall «o.n>mittet met at Norton Electric last week to finish up the wo.rk on the wall decorations for the prom, wWoli is my 8. Ttew tors ofl the class will »n4 ems prophfcy committees cj»mptetgd their werk eartter w tli« interttted in l«- t ormattOB ifeout te tog in Amtr- lean fortip Exchange Siudept throwtfi the Awrtcanj AbrMfl Progriro oouW eo»t*rt Mr. Andersen. •nnvil IvHpvp it tftc Uv sts»4- m Bw«4og were bel4 Sat«r4ay. Tin iNAiiH IMF ' is A magnificently slender gowfl or nylon organza lavished, with Baroque embroidery §04 tfliUfl* a Uwffant chapel train. White only, Also available with long sleeves. Style 1933. ,..b-77« Reg. 98c "20 variety" box Seamiest NYLONS... 3 pair 99« "New Spring Shades" JEWELRY... 2 PCS. 88« Necklace & Earring Set Girls " Regular $1.00 STATIONERY.,, box 77» Fancy "Algona'5 Leading Variety

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