Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
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Mefichef, Sobert Melville, Au^ gust Sankey, Patricia Wolt2 s 'P* tricia Zwiefel. The address was by Of. Robert Wassort, 40th anniversary MR. AND MRS. ART BIERSTEDT, Lakota, \yill observe their 40th anniversary June 13, 1965 with; an open .house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the St. Paul Lutheran church at Lakota. The program .will begin at 2:30 p.m. No special invitations'are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited. Hosts will be their children. ,, -Glenn's Studio Photo. tesses were Mesdames Kenneth Cook, Wallace Hawcott, Henry Smith, Meivin Johnson, Merwyn Cunningham, Stanley Black, C. W. Heerdt, Wilfred Woltz; Chas. Lappe, Harley McFarland, Harold Presthus, A. C. Hinckley, L, L. Hoover, Don Reimers. 5 Mrs. Don Bonnstetter poured. Several selections were by the Lappe, Harms, Ackerman quartet, and games were in charge of Frances Smith. Charlotte and: Charlene Lappe, Janet Cherland and Sandra Schrader assisted, with gifts. Royalee Sankey, daughter of Mrs. Sidney Miller, Waterford, Conn., wed William Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wer mers, Burt, at 9 a.m. May 28 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. A family dinner was held at the Cunningham Tea Room at noon following the Ex-teachers at Burt make a good record Burf — A former music teacher at Burt, 1925-1928, was recently honored as "Mr. Music Man" at Kankakee, 111, He was guest of honor at the Kankakee high school production of "Music Man". He was presented a plaque from the production staff and cast of the musicale which : paid tribute to him for the contribution he has made to the'field of music. G. E. Piersol moved to "Kankakee in 1930 and is now a Kankakee business man. He owns .and operates the Piersol Music House. For a quarter of ' a century he was in charge of the band program in Kankakee school district. Always interest- 'ed"''in music, he'spent his late high school and college years playing piano in dance bands. He attended Grinnell college, the University of Minnesota and received a bachelors degree in music at Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls. His first job was director of the high school orchestra, in Burt. After leading the orchestra to several state titles he joined the faculty of Buena Vista at Storm Lake where he directed the college band and conducted a 150 piece community symphony. While in Burt George Piersol and Otto Kraushaar, coach at Burt, 1925-1926, used to sing a lot and were known as the "Tuneful Teachers", In 1925 they broadcast from radio station WOI, Ames. In 1948 when he was 48, Otto Kraushaar was elected president of Goucher college at Baltimore- Towson, Md, His wife is the former Maxine McDonald, daughter, of the late 0. P. McDonalds, Burt. In May, 1959 Dr. Otto Kraushaar received the civil liberties award of the Maryland Branch of the Civil Liberties Union. In 1952-53 G. E, Piersol resigned from teaching in Kankakee to open his music store. His brother Frank Piersol, director of bands at Iowa State then, brought his concert band for a session at Algona high school. SHOWER IS GIVEN A miscellaneous shower was held May 26 at the Cunningham Cafe for Royalee Sankey, Hos"THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE ?4 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICi Funerals May Be Ref§rr§4 To Us With Confidence Phwtf* 73 ^ FINTQN *!N6§T-2p PHQNE$: 2JCP7 «. 2100$ linn City, The citizenship award was presented to Jean Meseher, who also was valedictorian. Patricia Zwiefel was salutatorian. Music was by the girls trio, the mixed horus and band. POPPIES ARE SOLD May 28 was Poppy Day and ix girls sold poppies after chool, Ann Lavrenz, Joyce Spry, Jolyn Scheer, Carol SLU, Geneva Graham, Linda Chipman. The Auxiliary members sold poppies May 29. Money received is used for rehabilitation and child welfare projects. NINE FLY UP A Fly Up ceremony was held n the Town Hall after school Tuesday when 3rd grade Brown es advanced to Junior Girl Scouts. There were nine, Mi* chelle Wagner, Gail Giddings, Kathy Woltz, Cheryl Behrends, Carol Behrends, Rochelle Sarchet, Cheryl Batt, Patty Grubb and Mary Studer. .';••'. There were 60 at a reception for: Patricia Zwiefel at Burt Methodist . church;': after com mencemeht May • 27!'; Sponsors were .1 the Cletus' ZyJriefels, Mer rill; Zwjefels 'and Gary' Zwiefels and Brian, Donna, and Charlotte Habeger. Ethel 1 Smith poured coffee. Barbara :;and Robert; Zwiefel served punch. Sandra Zwiefe'l was registrar. Dr. Robert Melville, Washing on, D. C., came for his son' commencement Thursday and spent several days at the Helen Vogel home. ; . The Sidney Millers, Water- 'ord, Conn., visited in Burt and attended the wedding of her daughter Royalee and Bill Wermer Friday and commencement Thursday. A reception for Au- ceremony. TWELVE GRADUATED There were six boys and six girls in the graduating class May 27 in the Burt school: Roberta Ackerman, Judith Cher land, Richard Gebken,. Davic Hariris,, Mary,; Harms, 'Davit Award". Only two Wefe d. John Wickett received the ther, Me is the soft-of Bfyce Wickett, a former coach at Buft. \ reception was held aftet commencement at ttus Thecs Schwa- .enberg home. Clara plans to ttend college at Ames majoring n home economics; The Owen HopkiHsY Ff edf leks- burg, were weekend gtle*ts at L. Miller's. The Wometi are isters. Mrs. Esther Olson was a guest May 29 of Lulu Selina Clifton. Hawcott and The W. D. Boettchers, Ah- keny, visited over the ; weekertd at W. W. Boettchef's, All were guests at a reception for Nick Geesman at Howard Geesman's, Butterfield, Minn., May 30. Nick graduated from high school. The John Geesmans and Earl also attended the reception for Nick Geesman Sunday;, Fenton Jtan Pricbr The Laity Alts had as guests for their daughter Marilyn's graduation the Aft Krauses, Stanley Berklands, Herbert Krauses, Robert Krauses, Mrs. Katie Alt and the Eli Gerbers, of West Bend, Meivin Ait and Trudy, and the Harold Lampes, Burt, Mrs. Albert Wibben and Ellen, and the Harry Aits, Algona, the Fred Oreinerts, Mervin Jentzes, the Frank Dreyers, Clarence Wege- ners, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, and the Ray Priebes. Jane Dreyer and Hpllee Krause served punch, Mrs. Stanley Berkland cut the cake, and Trudy Alt poured coffee. The Lioyd Berklands had as guests Tuesday for their daughter Joyce's graduation the Gerald Hannas, Mason City; Truman Thompsons, Mrs. Gertie Berkland, the Robert Grethens, Ervin Berklands, Cylinder; Reuben Berkland family, the Martin Berklands, Jack Gerharts, Lyndon Kerbers, Fenton; the R. A. Busches, Merle Flints, Ringsted; the Gary jansrnas, Spirit take, Park hospital, 7 Ib. 13 02. and Carolyn Gormann, of Blue Mrs. Glen Holtorf returned last week from Mesa, Ariz.,!for the graduation of her son, Marlyn Steinberger, from >Sentral. A party was held Tuesday fol lowing commencement/ at Leroy Jacobsen's. Mrs; HbltoVf and Marlyn left Thursday for their home in Mesa. .'' V The Rev. Russell -Eldridges held an; open house after com mencement Tuesday for their on David. Relatives from a dis tance were the Russell Eldrid es Sr., Mason City,-and'Robert [ackbarts, Grafton. The Ed Schleis attended com mencement at Garner for their grand-nephew, Douglas Lee Sch ei, who was one of a 73-mem >er graduating class at Garner ijust Sankey "was held in the Cunningham Tea Room after commencement. New band uniforms were distributed Friday. TNT club had a breakfast Tuesday for the birthday of'El- sie Lockwood at her home. Hostesses were Lillian Fredrickson and Esther Sorenson,; The .Robert Andersons have a son David Vandecar born May 20 in Forrest Heights, Md. They have a 2-year old son Andy. Grandparents are the Wm. Rices, Washington, D. C. and the Roy Andersons, Burt. The George Beckers, Frank Beckers, the Roscoe Mawdsleys Jr., and Harold Beckers attend ed commencement at LuVerne Clara." Schnakenberg . treeeivec Larsen, Jean the 'T Dare You Achievement SOW AND HOG concentrates NMd Printing? Call th* ADVANCE! Earth. The Lloyd Sundes had a cof- 'ee for their son James' graduation. Guests were the Carl Clau- sens, Trimont; Clarence Thees- fields and Bill Nielsens, of Fairmont; the Nels Sundes, Ray Sun- des, and Howard Mitchells, Estherville; the Lester theesfields of Armstrong; John Theesfields, Howard Briihns and Arno Juhls. The Wilfred Stoebers attended graduation at Swea City on Monday, and were guests at the Lutheran church for several members of the class. The William Hantelmans had guests after commencement for their daughter, Becky. Mrs. Richard Stucki and children, Spencer, and the Arthur Andersons, Swea City, were Thursday guests of the Wilfred Sto- ebers. The Rev. Rex Spicers have their first child, a girl, born on Tuesday, May 25, at Mason City Guests at Dale Weisbrod's for graduation of their daughter Nacline were the Art Voigts, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, the Warren Jones, Cliff Douglases, Derwood Voigts, Dale Voigts, Lloyd Cor- neliuses, Norman Larsons, Eugent Huskamps, Garry Bleck- wenns, Estherville, Rev. .Russell Eldridge and Mary Dawn, and the William Hantelmans. The Wilfred Stoebers spent ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-*? THURSDAY, JUNI 3;"'" Memorial day weekend with the Marion Coverts and Karl Sie* werts in Minneapolis. : The Ray Priebes left Friday for a two-week vacation at Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada. Mrs. Laurnctta Miller and Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn spent last weekend at Richard Bell's, W,a- terloo. 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