Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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All but one teacher here will return Livermore — All of the teachers in the Livertnore building of twin Rivers school will be coming back next fall but the 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Arthur Jen< son, whose vacancy hasn't been filled. Mrs. Phyllis Johnson is the kindergarten teacher and Mrs. Dorothy Hoversten who had morning kindergarten will teach 5th grade in the Ottosen building. Mrs. Myrtle Vandenberg of Humboldt is 1st grade, Mrs. La Fay Croker of Bode, 2nd grade, Mrs. Loretta Dor- hant of Humboldt has 3rd grade, Mrs. Bernadean Donalds, Livermore, 4th, Miss Madelyn Sabin of Bode 5th grade, Mrs. Stella Heggen of Bode 7th and Mr. LeRoy Enger of Bode 8th grade. Weekend guests of the Art Vaudts were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kronberg of Wells, Minn. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wehrspann, Algona, Arnold Cades of Whittcmofc visited them. MM. Jteob Mlthaalidn return* ed Wednesday from Lutheran hospital aftef having foot surgery. and Mr*. Wm, Stock were called to Des Moines Monday evening when their son David had surgery for acute appendicitis. Mis condition now is listed as good. On Thursday evening Pastor Stock was guest speaker for a Walther League banquet at Deep River. The Delta Dek bridge club met at the Delight's Tea Room in Humboldt with Mrs. Karl Baessler as hostess. Three guests were present: Mrs. Ethel Baessler of Humboldt, Miss Florence Altnian and Mrs. Doris Olson of Liver more. Prizes were won by Mrs. Augustine Zigrang, Florence Altman and Mrs. Anna Bormann. Mrs. Jennie Wonderly has been a medical patient at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mr. Louis Behounek returned Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, after major surgery and Mrs. Behounek entered the hospital and had major surgery on Friday. Mrs. Jerome Behounek of Casper, Wyo. is here to be with them. Wesley students at Cerwith school Wesley — Baccalaureate exercises were held Sunday evening at Corwith. Father O'Toole gave the class sermon. Processional and recessional was played by the concert band. Rev. Forest Lay gave the invocation and the benediction. The class motto is "So Much Done; So Much More To Do"; colors, blue and silver; flower, white mums. Class officers are Alan Frieberg, pros., Kathy Devine, vice; Nadine Engen, sec.; and Cynthia Weber, treas. School board members are C. W. Fairbanks, chairman Lael T. Root, Lee Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehr- Mrs. Geo. L.n.rt. .ntertain. spann were callers and in the evening Mr. Vaudt's sister the CARD OF THANKS — We wish " to express our appreciation to all. who extended sympathy in the loss of our sister and aunt. Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Kay, Roger and Douglas. LIVERMORE •) Specializing in all TV and Radio Repair Phone 379-1602 or 379-1373 ADMIRAL RADIO & TV SALES A SERVICE Savings Mushroom •specially when you lay something a»ide regularly. Add lomo attractive Interest, $?a•on with deposit Insurance and you'll >ee why moil Americans prefer to tavt in a bank. Make it OUR bankl Livermore State Bank Phone 2011 — Livermore Member of F.D.I.C. ed the Contract Bridge club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gus Boosalis Saturday. High score went to Mrs. Ray Berte, 2nd high to Mrs. Harry Clark and bingo prize to Mrs. Alvin Lenertz. Lunch was served. Miss Sharon Lenertz of Mason City and friend Mr. Roger Kohler of Rudd, were callers Sunday evening in the Alvirt Lenertz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loestch and children of Albert Lea, Minn, were visiting Mrs. Loes- tch's parents the Herman Larsons Sunday. Graduation parties were held Thursday evening at the Kelly Gronbach home for their - son Donald and at the Allen Sinclair home for their son Phillip, and at the John Olson home for their nephew Phillip Faith. Neighbors, friends and relatives were invited and lunch and coffee was served. Red Cross swim program starts June 21 Livermore — County Red Cross swimming program for the summer for lessons will be Graduates St. Joe — James Erpelding son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Er pelding, will graduate from Loras College, * Dubuque, Sunday, May 30 with a BA in philosophy. He will attend Creighton university, Omaha, this summer to obtain his master of science degree in education. This fall he will enter Mount St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque, to' continue his studies. The Raymond Kohlhaases had guests Sunday for the baptism of their grandson, Murl Dean Dodds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Algona, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Grandparents Mrs. Wm. Dodds and Raymond Kohlhaas were sponsors. Guests were the Dean Dodds family, Wm. Doddses, and Mrs. Minnie Winkel, Algona, he K. L. Kohlhaases, John Thuls, Howard, Marion, Marvin and Allan Kohlhaas. Two selected by Livermore for Boys State .Livermore ...-T-- John Barton junior at Twin Rivers and Ron aid Kohlhaas, junior at Garri gan high school, were selectee by the American Legion Post o James Mullin, Luther Nygaard Richard Madsen and Paul Van Helten. Wesley students who gradual from the Corwith-Wesley schoo May 25 were Julie Ricke, Joan nee Monday, May 31. Weather •crmitting the Mass will be said t St. Joseph's cemetery, other- vise, in the church. Father R. \V. Phillips and Father Mason Uended the consecration of the Wost Reverend Frank H. Crete- nan as Auxiliary Bishop of Sioux City Wednesday, May 20 n the Cathedral of the Epiphany at Sioux City. S VALEDICTORIAN Cheryl Jones, daughter of the ilcv. Robert Joneses, Rembrandt, formerly of Wesley, graduated May 18 from the high school there as valedictorian. She was a straight A stu dent and won a $3,000 scholar ship. Barbara, oldest of the three Jones daughters, is employed in a Storm Lake rest home and Sandra is a high school student. Rev. Jones will complete a course at Bcuna Vista college in June. Mrs. Jones fell on ice in mid-winter and broke her wrist, which still gives her trouble. BOYS CLUB MEETS Wesley 4-H boys met May 12 at Bernard Kunkel's. They dis Ricke, Marilyn Roiling, Thomas cussed the June tour and picnic Roiling, Bill Ricke, Duane Ait- in the city park June 8. They hison, Janice Leek, Nadine En-1 also discussed ways of making money for their treasury. Danny Kunkel, Larry Kunkel, and Duane Kunkel gave demonstra- Ion, Mass. | Mary and Judy Hilbcrt, employed in Denver, Colo., came May 22 for 10 days in the parental Norbcrt Hubert's. Helen and Ruth Lickteig went to Sioux City Sunday for the day with their cousin, Sister Ignatius, formerly Mary Eisenbacher. They also visited Sister Leo and Sister Gluscppi. The L. T. Roots and Martin Hamiltons attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Mullin, 89, at Britt Monday. The Wm. Hrubcs and R. C. Bailers visited the Ed Hrubcscs at Britt Sunday. Ed had recently been discharged from the Britt hospital. The Wm. Hrubcs attended a jraduation party at Cyril For- nanck's Britt, Tuesday for Bill ^ormanek. The new grandson of the Vic joebigs was baptized in the new iacred Heart church at Spencer recently. He is Terrance Lee look, son of the (Kay) Larry Cooks, Spencer. The Jim Ran eys, Storm Lake, were sponsors They now have three sons and a daughter. Mrs. Viola Studer and he son the Bill Studers, Algona, went to Wascca, Minn., Satur- ALOONA (lowi) AbVANCf-3 THURSDAY, MAY 27,1965 onka. Out of town guests at Chas. 'rice's for Don's graduation rom the Britt high school were vtrs. Price's mother, Mrs. Gay ktonson, Mason City, the Curtis lasmussens, Garner, Elmer /arsons, Crystal Lake, and Mrs. en and Diane Robinson. GRADE GRADUATION Eighth grade promotion of Corwith-Wesley was held Monay at the Corwith gym. Stu- ents were Mike Abels, Calvin Armstrong, Gerald Askeland, Doralyn De Grotte, Judy De- iVaard, Douglas Dornbier, Erma Eliason, Kathy Fish, Jane isher, Richard Fox, Nancy unnemark, Rita Girres, Mark Iray, Phillip Green, Darwin Hovey, Loretta Johnson, Sigred Johnson, Ruth Jongewaard, iayle Kollasch, Sandra Kramer, Shirley Krauss, Mark Lickteig, Jim Nail, Melissa McCullough, Jody Nail, Kathy Oxley, Peggy erkins, Debra Poage, Debra gin June 21 and continue for six consecutive weeks. The schedule is: Livermore — Tuesday and Friday, 9:45 a.m. Bode — Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.; Friday 11:15 a.m. Ottosen — Wednesday at 9:45 a.m.; Friday 9:00 a.m. Anyone interested should be enrolled by June 11. -~ Special OHer! lions. Duane Kunkel is reporter BEAT ST. BENEDICT St. Joseph's parochial girls soflball learn defealed the St Benedict girls 28-23 in a hard fought game here Friday after noon. Vtckl Arndoffer, student at Mt. Mercy college, Cedaf Raj* ids, spent the May 23 weekend at the parental Leonard Afft* dorfer's. Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier had the Neighborhood Birthday club May 28 for her birthday. The Legion Auxiliary will Valgenc Hansen, Cedar Falls. 2. meet Wednesday evening, June I (jrahams ff To Swim and Fun In.., Season's Best The Calvin Meineckes, Jamaica were weekend guests of her parents, the N. F. Webers. The LeRoy Grandganetts were also Sunday guests. The Clair Robinsons, Des Moines, were guests at their son Earl's over the weekend. Mrs. Lee Smith, Chicago, Rasmussen, Gary Reibsamen, came Monday to visit her moth- Natural Air Drying Tank NOW-WHILE THIS SPECIAL LASTS- NEW BEHLEN DRYING TANK $860 Bu, Size Concrete Floor Erection ft Freight Prying Fleer 4 Roof Opening* Urge T Wide Behlen Side Air intry 3-Will ladder* 7Vi H.P, Fin, 1,100,900 ITU iurntr Hwmidiftit • Cpntrol Livermore to attend Boys State from June 6 to 12 at Camp Dodge, Des Moines. John is the son of Mr. an Mrs. Howard Barton and activ in school activities. He is a re porter for the 4-H club and be longs to Walther League at Irri- manuel Lutheran church. His alternate is Robert Roethler, son of the - Harold Roethlers, who is a junior at Twin Rivers and member of the glee club and National Honor Society. Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas and ,a member of the chorus at Garrigan high school and; active in school. His alternate is Eldon Erpelding, son of the Paul Erpeldings, who is a member of Tom Colwell who is in the navy stationed at San Francisco, Calif., is on leave and visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Colwell and brother Tim. Mrs, Marvin Lamb had a birthday party Tuesday for her son Dennis on his 5th birthday. The Robert Gronbach children and John White, Tommy Barton and Randy Holmes were guests. Lunch was served and Dennis received many nice gifts. On Wednesday evening the Canasta club brought a pot luck supper at the Marvin Lamb mine in honor of Mrs. Lamb's )irthday. Canasta was played or the evening entertainment. ,he band at Garrigan high ;chool and the Mu Alpha Theta club and the Catholic student mission crusade. Kathy Reibsamen, Gerald Rhoads, Henry Ricke, Jennie Schipull, Phyllis Schulz, Dennis Schwab, Dale Simpson, Steven, Sloan, Louise Studer, Mike Steinlecht, Danny Trenary, John Wagner, Connie Weber, Patty Weiland, Larry Wolf and Julie Youngwirth. GRADERS GRADUATE The fifteen 8th grade students of St. Joseph's parochial school who will receive their diplomas after the 8 o'clock mass Sunday, May 30 are Renee Bauer, Slur;, ley Becker, Linda Eiseribacher, Karen Elsbecker, Jean Goetz, Gary and Larry Hilbert, Robert Hildman, Brian Hrubes, Karen Lappe, Margaret Lickteig, Mark Muehe, Ronald Ricke, Max Studer, and Steven Wingert. These and the Wesley seniors of Garrigan will receive communion in a body at the early mass Sunday. Seniors are Louis Bleich, Thomas Otis, Catherine Lickteig, David Studer, Richard Loebig, Constance Lickteig, Janice Ricke, Diane Becker, Georgene Richter, Marlene Reising, Jane Eisenbacher and Jane Becker. Graduation exercises will be at Garrigan Sunday, May 30 at 2:30 p.m. RECOGNIZES STUDENTS The Methodist church held a recognition service Sunday for four high school graduates, four grade graduates and two college graduates, although the latter were unable to attend. Corsages made by Mrs, Kate Flom and gifts were presented. The Rev. H. U, Smith spoke. Mrs. John er, Mrs. Olive Erdman, sister, Mrs. Chas. Vestrem, and to attend the graduation of her niece Diane Robinson from Corwith- Wesley. Mrs. Albert Lickteig spent the weekend in Carroll visiting her father Henry Reisburg in St. Anthony's Home, and her brother, Harry Reisburg, Bos- day to visit the former's daughter, the Julius Kelches. A 3/c Mary Ellen Kelch was home on a leave from AFB, Carswell, Texas. The daughter born May 11 to the Kenneth Forbergers was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and was named Anita Kay. Sponsors were Patricia Bleich, Britt, and Patrick Loebig. Other guests were the grandparents, the Tom Forbur- gers and Urban Lickteigs. Mrs. Grace Martin and Scott Davis, Eldon, came May 15 to visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Chloie Simpson, several weeks. Mrs. Martin will go to Montana to visit relatives. The son born May 14 to the Bill Koppens was baptized Sun day by Father R. W. Phillips in St. Joseph's Catholic church and was named Steven Joseph. Sponsors were his uncle Joseph Renger, Bancroft, and aunt, Mrs. (Lucille) Roland Schmidt, Garner. Sunday guests at Gary Pearson's were the Gary Pearsons and James Pearsons, Des Moines, and the Larry Pearsons, Ti- SPECIAL PRICJ $4,268« PLUi TAX Sii US NOW — TWf prict hti been t**en<M bt«iw»* of the large number gl ynitf we are felling «* Some In N«wl Taylor Implement Co. QRAIN HAiViSTINS Paulson is student chairman. High school graduates are Na dine Engen, Diane Robinson Don Price and Kenyon Gabriel son. 8th graders are Mike Ostercamp, Patty Weiland, Joyce Gabrielson and Jennie Schipull College graduates are Joyce Paulson and Glenda Gabrielsoi Murphy. SPECIAL MASSES Masses in St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday, the feast of the Ascension, will be at 7 and 9 a.m. Mass will be at 8 | a.m. for Memorial Day observ- . . . and she'll tell you how much easier it is to budget, when you have a checking account. Then you know where your money goes and how to guard it. Open your account this week, with this friendly bank. 1 E. STATE STREET • ALGONA • TtH 295-2487 &ui£- at /2ui+esr^e- Swim and sun in fashion fun this summer • N with the latest swimsuit styles . .. ii\ we have everything from bikinis to one and two-piccers to the new peek-a-boos, $10 to $18 S-C& ^^ • KT.M *•'• § ;™ .• ttv 1965 1 2 NEWS IS AT RAMBLER DEALERS New Sports-Fastback! 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