Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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v i. Garrip seniors have plans for J ' V the future made Garrigan high school gfad* uates of 1965 have made plans for the future. The class of 103 students, who "will graduate May 30, announce that 58% will continue their education, 35% will enter the world of work, and 7% are somewhat undecided. A heavy majority plan to continue their education. Fifty- eight will attend school after graduation; 30 will enroll in college; 12 will enroll in business Bear Facts schools, and schools. 14 in other trade Final Thirty-seven students will enter work upon graduation. Eight boys will be farmers, 12 will be working- away from home, some as far as Washington, and 17 plan to work in the local area. Seven per cent of the students are still somewhat undecided as to the future, although at least one will enlist in the U. S. Navy. Students entering college, are: Connie Cassel and Kristihe Plathe to Clarke; Cindy Bradley May 19 and Zita Duffy to St. Catherine; Richard Loebig to Lor as; Randy Kollasch, Bill Dahlhauser, ' and Phil Bormann to St. Benedict; Rosalie Illg and Cathy Lickteig to Briar Cliff; Mary Lou Wagner to Mount Mercy; Theresa Mullin, Sue Bode, and Ann Wilson to St. Teresa; Joan Campbell to Loretto Heights; Ray Er- sions. pelding and Dan Bray to St. John's; Kathleen Bestenlehner to Mount St. Scholastica; Neppl to Creighton ; Toni • Tucker and Joyce Arndorfer to Mankato State; Bill Hall to Augus.t- ana; Charles Becker and Dianne Baldus to Fort Dodge J.GV; Vince Goecke to Mason City J.C.; Dan Montag to Emmetsburg J.C.; Linda Adams and Betty Lou Frideres to St. Joseph -Mercy, Sioux City; and Connie Lickteig and Janet Erpelding to St. Joseph Mercy, Mason City. Students attending business schools are: Gary Youngwirth ancl Mark Eisenbarth to A.I.B. in Des Moines; Tom L. Miller and Jim Grandgenett to Hamilton Business College; Mary Ellen Ludwig, Paula Fischer, Linda Froehlich, Doris Taphorn, Janice Robinson, Sandy O'Brien, and Dale Walker to Nettleton Business Training College; and Dave Studer to Minneapolis Business College. Entering other trade and technical schools are: Gary Vitzthum and Jerry Grandgenett to Universal Trade; Ron Mertz and Louis Bleich to Barber College; Betty' Jane Frideres to Bernell Beauty School; Joanne Kenne to Larson Beauty School; Tom Elbert to Brown Inst. of Broadcasting; Russ Bierl, Josephine Baumahn, Paula Ostwinkle and Joan Heinen 1 to Professional Business Institute; Ann Mergen to Mercy Xray in Sioux City; Marie Thill to Northwest Inst. of Tech.; arid Terry Wagner to Dunwoody Inst. .Students who will begin farming are: Gerald Thilges, Dennis Frideres, Ron Becker, Larry Mergen, Gary Kramer, Jerry Miller, Tom Otis and Harlan Weydert. Other students entering work are: Helen Berte, Anita Moritz, Richard Kirsch, Bev Besch, Betty Lichter, Sue Elbert, Georgia Thul, Mary S. Ziemet, Charlene Thilges, Sharon Bristow, Tom Derner, Jane Becker, Marlene Reising, Jane Eisenbacher, Carol Ernst, Virginia Giseh, M?*- lene Schneider, Norma Pfeffer, Janice Ricke, Barbara Thilges, Anita Nurre, Pat Dorweiler, Joan Jergens, Tom Capefjuj, Bill Spurgeon, Jim Schumacher, Frank Heinen, Tom J. Miller, Robert Schumacher plans to enter the Navy; and Jerry Bode, Georgene Richter, Jejjry Brad ley, Carl Vigdal, Diane Becker, Rose Freilinger, ajid ; Becker are undecided, Suian Bode was featured in her graduate recital on Sunday evening, May 16. The chorus sang several selections and a group of barbershoppers, of which.Sue's father is a member, were also on the program. —GHS— On Wednesday, May 19, the Math Club held a meeting. This is the last meeting for this year. —GHS— Also en Wednesday, a meeting was held for the members of the Garrigold business staff. They are already making plans concerning next year's annual. —GHS— , The Sophomore 'Pep Club held its last meeting on Wednesday, Burt group in tour of Union Sleugli rofu'e V liar Burf — Brownies and Junior 1 Girl Scouts and their leaders met May 18 after school at the Union Slough Wild Life Refuge, Refuge Manager Ferguson conducted the group on a tour of the station area. There and recreational are picnic tables, programs to function effective- fl^iL Hl*^^* BOH Algona Cub Scout packs i-GHS— .Catholic Students' Mission Crusade (CSMQ sponsored a "church day" on Wednesday, May 19. Carrots were sold during the noon hour and students were allowed to crunch on them during; afternoon classes. The proceeds were given to the mis- fireplaces and areas for fishing and swimming. Five leaders, Virginia Fries, Lucille Behrends and Jean Grubb, of the Brownies, and Ruth Patterson and Dorothy Becker of the Junior Scouts and 30 Girl Scouts had a cook out with wieners, buns, carrot sticks and fruit and home 'made "some more" cookies and lemonade. Pamphlets were given to the scouts on wild life, birds and ducks. They had a Mother's Tea at the school lunch room May 22. May 27 the Brownies will "fly up" to Junior "rirl Scouts. TO MAKE WREATHS V.F.W;. Auxiliary; met May 18 in the hall. Plans were made for Memorial Day/The flower committee, Valeta Griese, Maree Bahnson and Ella Sigsbee, will meet with the Legion Auxiliary May 27 in the V.F.W. hall to make wreaths and bouquets. A pot luck, supper was held for Inez Graham who will move to Swea City soon. A farewell gift was presented. —GHS— tests will be given on ;Monday and Tuesday, May 24 and 25. School will be dismissed for summer vacation upon completion of these tests on Tuesday. —GHS— Graduating exercises will be held on Sunday, May 30, at 2:30 P.M. in the QHS Auditorium. 103 Seniors will receive their diplomas. —GHS— Garrigan's annual award day was held on Thursday, May 20. About half of the members of the , student body received awards. Medals and/or certifi: cates were given for outstanding achievement in some fields, in- The Memorial Day program will be in charge of the V.FiW. ofganization this, yeaf at the Legion halt Monday, May 31 at 9:30 a.m. (ne\V daylight tittle). Ralph Bristow will be the speak er, the Burt high school will play. Pastor Wm. Scheer of St. John's Lutheran church gliyc the address May 21 at eighth grade graduation at Burt schdbl. Baccalaureate services for Burt high school seniors was May 23 at 8 p.m. at the school gym. Rev. M. C. Davies, Btirt Methodist church, gave the address. Commencement services for Burt high school seniors willt be at the school gym at 8 p.m. May 27. Dr. Robert M. VVasson, of the university at Iowa City, Will give the address. The class of 1930 in Burt high school will have a reunion*tat the Cunningham Tea Room May 29. T.N.T. club had a one o'cloick luncheon Tuesday for the bii;th- day of Mary Jean AndrewSj at POPPY DAY FRIDAY May 28 is Poppy Day, the day for tribute dead. This to the nation's war year more than 20 million of the little red flowers have been made by the disabled veterans in the hospitals. The funds obtained from the distribution of the poppies enable the rehabilitation and child welfare eluding: perfect attendance, speech, drama, typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, honor roll, Garrigold and Star staffs, and sports. —GHS— The band will march in Whittemore this year for Memorial Day, which will be on Monday, May 31. home. Hostesses were Be Mitchell and Loreta Lich- her nita ter. Mrs. Clara Van Steenberg had the Birthday Circle May 20.;: Burt Blue Birds met with Cindy and Kathy Patterson May. 8. Plans were made for the Mothers Tea. The invitation committee was Lennice Waltman, Marilyn Cherland, Jean Lynch, and the program, Cynthia Soderberg and Arlene Coady. Discussed were plans for Achievement Day. Demonstrations were ; by Cindy Faber and Marcia Soderberg and Kathy Patterson.; A workshop was held to work on wood finishes. Marilyn Cherland is reporter. Fidelis Class will meet May 26 with hostesses Erma Pratt and Myrtle Zwiefel. Roll call is mother and program is by Jenny Riebhoff. Kossuth Crippled Children and Adults Organization will meet at 2 p.m. May 25 at the Cunningham Tea Room. Mrs Russell Patterson, K o s s u.t'h Chairman, announces this will be the last meeting until fall. It is important that all town and township workers and county officers be present. Don Downing, from the state office, will conduct the meeting. ' Nd meeting Pack 29 and Pack 70 held a combined Cub Scout meeting at Lucia Wallace Tuesday evening. Flag ceremony was conducted by Pack 70. Kiwanis Greeting Committee was Mr, and Mrs. Al Quintard and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Faulstich. Ed Sindelar, Cub Master in troduced Mayor Bill Finn and members of the council. Rev. Frank Harcey awarded prizes for the kite contest and birdhouse building contest Those Cubs receiving awards were Billy Winter, 1st place Mark Kinsman, 2nd place; Kris Meyer, 3rd place in the bird house contest. Awards were made on neatness of construe tion and originality. Winners in the Kite Contest were Joe Sindelar 1st, Mark Meyer 2nd, Kurt Lytle 3rd. Prizes and treats were donated by Hutzell's Supplies, Ron & Jack's, Frederick Hardware, Mel Bay, Fareway, and Gene ^aulstich donated the transistor •adio. Mrs. Jas Lytie's Den won the best attendance Gubby award And ftocky Welp presented Scout awards to Steve Sheakley, Asst. Denner and Denner award; Mike Lie Hey, Asst. Den- tier and Silver Arrow; David; hrischilles, Denner Stripe; Callen Garson, Denner Stripe; Charles Bell, Asst. Denner; Danny Ruhnke, I Gold Arrow and 1 Silver Arrow; Mike Koob, 1 Silver Arrow; Greg Anderson, 1 Silver Arrow; Tim Hill, I Silver Arrow; Joel Sindelar, 1 Silver Arrow; Harold Bestenlelv ner, Denner. Stripe; David Dohlman, Lion Badge; Tim Lighter, Bear Badge and Asst. Denner Stripe; Tommy Easter, Bear Badge. PACK 70 AWARDS Randy Btischcr, Silver Arrow; Terry Buscher, Silver Arrow and Asst. Denner; Dean Kern, Denner Stripe; Kevin Owen Asst. Denner Stripe; Billy Winter, Bear Badge; Darrell Steven Asst. Denner; Tommy Kinseth Denner; Dennis McGuire, 3rd yr. Bar and 3rd yr. Star; Mark McGuire, Asst. Denner; Garry Helmers, Wolf Badge. The program was concluded by a closing ceremony present ed by Pack 70, Den 2, Mrs. Pau Owens, Den Mother. Pinewood Derby was conducted by Paul Lemkee. Winners • were Kurt for Pack 29. Jim Peterson, Ed Sindelar MONDAY, MAY 24,1*65 AL60NA (lew*) ADVANC6-3 ... against hail loss. You can't afford to lose your crop income. Be sure and insure with Farmers Mutual Hail. You 1 get extra service and safety with America's largest hail company, Over I3b trained fieldmen assure prorhpt settlement of claims. Fire and lightning protection on. crops in the field at.no extra cost. Call your Farmers Mutual,'Hail- agent soon! • : t, • - • L. S. Bohanno Lytle 1st and Tom Kolp 2nd place. There will be a Cub Scout picnic- sponsored by the 'Kiwanis club on May 27 at Bertha Godfrey school beginning at 5 o'clock ^500% GREATER AMPLIFIER RELIABILITY! SPACE AGE TECHNOLOGY USED TO CREATE A BRAND NEW HEARING Attt! "Arcadia" New ''Arcadia" is Zenith's tiniest behind-the-ear hearing aid— ' the first hearing aid'in the world with the exclusive Micro- ' Litfcic amplifier. Weighs only 'A ounce with battery. 6 tran- . sistors .for better. performance.. 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