Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1965
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Bulldo Tales BY SALLY BAY g All members and prospective members of Future Business Leaders were asked to be present at the club's installation banquet Tuesday, May 18 in the Annex. —AHS— Juniors who recently took the National Merit Tests will meet with their respective counselors for an interoretation of their results Mondav. May 17. —AHS— Any qualified AHS student wishing to aooly for VOICE or BULLDOG offices for next year applied for the oosition as of Monday. May 17. The announcement of the offices will come later from the Board of Publications. —AHS— ' Art Club met Monday, May 10 in the art room. The club elected officers for next year which include the following: President, Dave Martin; Vice President, Susan Rentz: Secretary-Treasurer. Cheryl Rusk. —AHS— Members of the Future Business Leaders of America sponsored a candy sale Wednesday after school. —AHS— Dancers publicity crew and costume crew members began work for the production "Finian's Rainbow". —AHS— Summer baseball boys received details last week. Practice begins Monday. May 17. —AHS— Drivers Traininq students who have been attending special Saturday morning classes will begin their "behind the wheel" classes on Monday, June 7. —AHS— The three senior cheerleaders for next year. Sue Moulton, Judy Egel, and Sharon Sundet, are planning to attend a special cheerleading camp this summer near Syracuse, Ind. The girls are earning the expense costs themselves.- • Gheerleading sponsor Miss Weber will accompany Mike Dailey. Drafting, 10-12 — 3rd, Ron Nelson. General Metals, 7-9 — 1st, Tim Will; 2nd, Bob Sigsbee; 3rd, Mike Dailey. Machine Metals, 10-12 — 2nd, Steve Canaday. Portland f- Mr*. Victor Pitfh »•«••»•»«»»»»»»»»»«*»•+« them., —AHS— Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister went to Temoleton Sunday afternoon of Mother's Day, where they soent the afternoon and were supper guests with Mrs. Meister's mother,' Mrs. R. V. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Douglas were dinner guests in the Wavne Eckels home near Britt Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling of Algona visited in the oaren- tal Ray Fitch home Saturday evening; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Wednesday evening oicnic siipuer guests in the Victor Fitch home. • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Champion and familv of Swea Citv. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson and little daughter of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lerov Davis of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis of Algona were afternoon guests in the parental Jesse Harms home Mother's Dav. Mr. and Mrs. Billv Christensen and family were dinner euests in the parental Harvey Finlev home, Armstrong, Moth er's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hansen and Pam of Algona were also dinner guests in the Finley home Mother's Day. Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, Greg and David of Livermore were Mother's Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Stiltz! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, here in Portland. The Portland Social club met two little girls, visited Mrs. .William robin. The late Wilbur faults lived where the Arnold Madsens now live north of Swea City on the state line, and the Tobins were neighbors on the nekt place east. The Ole Kvamsdales and Mrs. Conrad Brekke, Estherville, were Sunday guests at Wendell Ditsworth's. Callers were the Floyd Salvador de Souza and Mrs. Mitch Taylor snent Friday, May 15 at the 4-H Camp near Bopne attending an American Field Service session. The Mitch Taylor's will provide a home for AHS's student from abroad next year. —AHS— Married at Whittemore Brekkes. The Orville Thoresons and Willetta Fae Gade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gade, Whittemore, and Charles William Bierstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert B. Bierstedt, also of Whittemore, were married Sunday. May 2, at 2:30 p.m. n St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Cleo Kautsch. Mr. Rueben Butzke, organist, accompanied Miss Doris Beck, Nevada, Iowa, cousin of the groom, as soloist. She sang "O Perfect Love" and "Wedding Prayer." The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. Bill Darling, Mallard. Miss Karen Ban wart, Ottosen, was maid of honor. ", Lucille Gade, Algona, cousin of the bride, and Miss Evelyn Bierstedt, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. George Bierstedt. Whittemore, attended his brother as best man and Mark Bierstedt, and Kenneth Bierstedt, Whittemore, brothers of the groom, served as groomsmen. '.,, -,,. ; >u/ ~ Mr. Larry Nauss, Emmetsburg, cousin of the bride, and Mr. Don Beck, Ames, cousin of Photo by Glenn's Studio. ded St. Paul's Lutheran, school, at Whittemore, and graduated from Cylinder high school. She attended Augustana College, at Sioux Falls, S. D., and has been employed at the Palo Alto County State bank in Emmetsburg. The groom attended the Fenton schools and graduated from the Sentral high school. He is now employed by the Whittemore Co-op Elevator, at Hobarton. After a wedding trip to Colorado the couple will be at home Guests were Charles City, at. Whittemore. from Waterloo, Decorah, Emmetsburg, Mallard, Ayrshire, Cylinder, Depew, Pocahontas, West Bend, Garner, Mrs. Otto Larsen were Sunday guests at Walter Goraczkow- ski's. Maynard Jensen's Sunday for Mother's Day and the birthday of Mrs. Earp, wore the David Earps, Duvvayne Jensens, Mrs. Joe Preston, Mrs. Nina Traub, the John Kellys, Armstrong, Jim Prestons, Tom Pres- tons, Kenneth Andersons and Marvin Boevers, Estherville. The Dave Martins, New Prague, Minn., and the Virgil Pres- tons were Sunday guests at the parental Leo Crowley's and attended the anniversary observance of the George Rohlins at Estherville. The Eddie Kollaschcs were Sunday callers at Elmer Bailey's. Last Tuesday Cameron Bishop had classmates as guests for his 6th birthday. Jeff Anderson, Mark Geerdes, Wade Jorgensen, Steven Hofbauer, Jason Krough and Jimmy Johnson. Sunday the Darrel Bishops /isited her parents, the Rev iammers, Gilmore City. The Walter O'Greens visited her parents, the Glen Morrows 'ox Lake, and his mother, Mrs Emil O'Green, Mother's Day. The Fordes Bergans, St. Paul, were weekend guests.of her sister, the Walter O'Greens. The Jay Blomes, Lakota, were Monday guests at Walter Hans's. The E. G. Jorgensens, Ledyard, Loren Hanses, Fairmont, were Mother's Day guests at Walter Hans's. Sunday guests of Mrs. Fred C. Newlin were her brother, James Peters, Sheraton, his daughter- in-law, Mrs. Glen Nodgaard and Kristin, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Nodgaard's father-in-law, Jens Nodgaard, Atlantic. They were Wesley, Graettinger, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Spirit Lake, Terril, Algona, Nevada, Fenton, Ottosen, Rodman, and Whittemore.. Thursday afternoon May 13, at the groom we ' re ushers AHS will play host to thr Annual Honors Banquet soonsored by the Algona Service Clubs including Rotary, Lions, JayCees, Kiwanis, and the Kossuth 'County Bar Association. Jerry Lean- eigh will serve as master of ceremonies, Mr. Tom Burns will be the featured speaker and will lecture about his world tour. —AHS-r At the nine county Industrial Arts Fair held at AHS last Monday night the following boys were commended: Machine Woods, 7-9 — 1st, Gregg Powell. Machine Woods, 10-12 — 3rd, Larry Munger; honorable mention, Clint Young and Paul McBride. Electricity, 7-9 — 2nd, Jeff Allen; honorable Gregg Powell. mention, Drawing, 7-9 — 1st, Jeff Allen; 2nd, Tim Will: 3rd, Randy Riediriger; honorable mention, the Cunningham Cafe in Burt. Elizabeth Kennedy was hostess. All thirteen members present: Josephine Arend, Hazel Larsen, Elvira Christensen. Ailed a Harms, Edith Jandl, Elizabeth Kennedy, Mamie Fitch, Shirley Lovstad, Ella Lampe, Jessie Miller, Effie Teeter, Esther Wiliams and Elgena Young. Edith Jandl was in charge of fun time. Bingo was played, every one winning a prize. Jessie Miller won the black out prize. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, June 9, instead of Thursday afternoon, the 10, in the home of Jessie Miller at Algona. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen had the misfortune of falling Thursday morning and breaking her leg. She was taken by ambulance to the Park hospital at Mason City. The .Portland Progress club will meet Thursday afternoon, May 20, in the home of Margaret Arndorfer at Bancroft. Roll call: Iowa Land Marks. Program: Trip to Germany, by Marie Parson, Fun Time by June Spa,rks and Mary Rasmussen. Mrs. Robert Donnelly, Fairmont, came down Thursday to spend the day with,her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roscoe Stewart. Gade and Jerilyn Voiet carried gifts, and Mrs. Larry Nauss had charge of the flowers. -A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors immediately following'the ceremony. Miss Irene Beck was in charge of the guest book.:Miss Marilyn Ostwald, .Whitteiriore, and Mrs. Harlan Wehrspann, of Emmetsburg, served the punch. Mrs. Carl Nauss, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Carl Beck, Cylinder, aunts of the couple, poured. Mrs. Russel Gordon, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. William Voigt, of Graettinger, also aunts of the couple, cut the cake. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Dunphy, Whittemore, were dining room host and hostess. Table waitresses were Linda Gjerde, Emmetsburg; Betty Ellis, Mallard; Barbara Weber, West Bend; Darlene Richter, oi Sioux Falls, S, D,; Virgean Bier stedt, Ames; and Roxanna Voigt of Fenton. The bridal couple opened their own gifts, The new Mrs. Bierstedt atten Those who know Know ; MINNEAPOLIS SweaEagle Mr*. K«nneth Brbnes" liver, the Mick Carlsons, Forrest McGregors and Francis Mc- Gregors, Bancroft. the Harvey C. Larsens visited Carmen and Caryl at Northfield Sunday. The Virgil Petersons, New Brighton, Minn., reported the tornado that hit the Minneapolis area struck within one block of their home. Mrs. Peterson knew three of the people killed. The Petersons are son and daughter- in-law of the Bernard Petersons, and she is a niece of the William L. Tobins. Mrs. Kenneth Brones visited her aunt, Mrs. Mamie Barker, Thursday at Fairmont. She had called Mrs. Bar- :er to see if she had heard from ler daughter and found she as ill. The Everett Rippentrops were at the Homer Henrikscn's, Iling- sted, Friday for the birthday of Mrs. Hcnrikscn. Ottosen grade group spends day in Algona Ottosen — Mrs. Ed Ncssen's 16 fourth graders took a trip to Algona Tuesday. Arnold Larson was THIS driver. Their first stop was at the court house where they were conducted around by the audi- rtuirsday. They visited Kennedy club took a trip to Ft. Dodge ALGONA (lewa) ADVANCE—7 saw the apple orchard and visited the shopping center. They had a smorgasbord, shop- jccl, and visited the Jerry Ra- >iiier Memorial boys ranch. At [-lumboldt they, had coffee, and shopped at Boswells. Mrs. Essie Cooper drove. Those who went with her were Mrs. Mary Leitl, Mrs. Annie Leist, Mrs. Roy Telford,' Mrs. Kermit Fowler and THURSDAY, MAY 26, Mrs. Edward Kelly, infant daughter of the James Jacobsons, came home from Lutheran hospital Wedrtes' day. • . Broom corn is a grass from which brooms and clothes brushes are made. CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Past Service •Competitive Rates Dependable FUNK Plumbing & Heating ; South Dodge Algona tor, Marc Moore. Court was in session and they heard parts of a case presented and watched as some members of the jury were picked. The Historical Society rooms above the S & L Store were visited. The city library was the next stop. DlCKYc-; DAISY AUXILIARY ACTIVE The Legion Auxiliary met The Ernest Wheelers were quests of her parents, the Her jert Papenfuhses, for Roger's confirmation. Sunday visitors with the Jay Brones were the Roy Andersons, Archie Ditsworth, Herbert Pattersons, Buffalo Center, Ronald Richardsons, Lakota. Mrs. Cora Nutt, California, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul Pugsley, Elmore, Mrs. Pugsley, and daughter, Mrs. Newman, and monday guests at Glen Clark's. The Glen : Clarks, and Betty Clark, who had spent the Mother's Day weekend here from Grundy Center, went to Sioux Falls, S. D., guests of Maxine for the annual Mother's Tea. Maxine will teach at LeMars this coming school year. Mrs. John L. Black and family;-Fort Dodge, spent Mother's Day and Monday with her parents, the Maynard Hurlburts, while her husband was in Des Moines on business. The Floyd Montgomerys visited her sister, the Lee Halls, Estherville, Sunday. At J. H. McGregor's Mother's Day were the Raymond Gardners, Mrs. Lucille Devary, Dol- Wednesday at Antone Speich's for a mothers guest day program. Mrs. Jacob Rug was co- hostess. Fourteen members and six guests attended. Carpet rags sent totaled $33.85, also 29 pounds of rayon rags sent were valued at $10.15 and used cloth- ng at $88. The Memorial day program will be May 30 at 2:30 3'clock. The Rev. Robert J. Le Mont will be the speaker. Ten dollars was given toward a drinking fountain for the town. Twenty more rugs were ordered. Members received noppies for the poppy drive. Mrs. Le Roy Worby gave the, Welcome Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mrs. Wor by, Mrs. Howard Thompson, Mrs. Conrad 'Johnson and Mrs. Mike Frohling, gave readings. Mrs. Olvin Haug, Mrs, Victor Meyer and Mrs. Richard Kinseth sang. WOMEN ON TRIP Several of the Ladies Rural •••• WHATS SO REASONABLE, VET SO RICH IN VITAMINS AND <300D HEALTH? CONSOLIDATED MILK OF COURSE' CO OP CREAMERIES <^./r/.< >/ \~s .^ /-'icy Pitif«t »y fluff; t 'WWUMMOHf M SV.i (i's i k'm H WA - SKVt M'll t H" '.' -I 1 WIRING I Connected or Corrected ', UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" X Phone 295-2228 In Iowa, after a day's fishing beer's the one... for good taste good fun MOTOR HOTEL for Convenience,,, For Luwy Accommodations,., For Friendliness.,, For Budget Rates.,. 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