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June 4, 1959 es Jlote June 4, 1959 Algona Pastor To Attend Lutheran i, Frisco -Pastor G. J. C. Gerike of Trinity Lutheran Congregation :Will attend tha Triennial Conven* ; turn of the Lutheran Church' <• Missouri Synod to be held at Sart .Francisco, Calif., June 17 to 27; , He will represent the Algona Circuit congregations together with Mr Koester of Immanuel Lutheran, Livermore. The 10-day 44th regular con- -vention will be held irt the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Pastor Gerike will travel by .tram, He intends to be there in time for the opening service, At ; 0fj?Jelrt *Mr Kdestef Pastor Gerlfce arte trying isslttiilate tfre 'reports ffom boards committees, tdgetheih With proposals from group* ot irt- diWdiials wilhirt ihfe <Jhiirch wnith are contained in a 600 page "Book of Reports and Me* mortals." There are 203 different items. 4»H Club Tours Are Underway Parents and friends of 4-14 are invited to join the coUnty club members oh their June project tours. It offers a good opportunity to become oetter acquainted With 4-H work and to visit wilh your friends. 'The tour schedule follows for those not already made: June d, Whittemor,e. Gerald filbert's — 8 a.m.; Wesley, Sex* ton — 8 a.m., t, lUmsey, Cogley's — 10 a.m. 1 June 8, Burt, Gene Lockwood's -'« 8 a,m.{ LuVeyne, Behnkendorf Bros. ~ S a.m.; Union, Kenneth Strayer's -*• 8 a.m. June* 10, Plum Creek, Jerry Raney's — 8 a.m.; Swea-Hnrrison, Swea City Park *-• 8 a.m. June Il t Portland, Ttfm Lampe ^- 9:30 a.m.« June 15, Eagle, Kluger Bros, — 8:30 a.m.; Seneca, Seneca Store— 8 a.m.; Lotts Creek, Dick Kueck- cr's — 3 p.m.; Prairie, Albert Johnson's — l!30 p.m., . June 21, Aggressive tads, Lynn HertKke's — 1 p.m. June 22, Fenton, Lloyd Berkland's — 1 p.m. June 24, St. Joe, Howard Kohl* haas 1 — 2:30 p.m. June 25, Grant, School — 8 a.m. June 29, Buffalo, Lakota, Paul Ti'enary's. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND TAX CALCULATORS at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Kossuth Girls To Participate, Iowa 4-H Meet Costumes representing , Viennese wallers, tyrolean dancers;, cowboys and 'Indians will be accompanying the Kossuth County 4-H girls delegates as they attend the thirtieth annual 4-H Girl 1 * Club Convention at Iowa -Slate College, June 9. The girls from Kosauth have been asked to participate in a dramatic presentation entitled "Journey Into Space," Jan Clark, the president of the state girl's 4-H organization, will preside during the four day meeting. The demonstration team, named winne/ at Dairy Cattle Congress, wus asked to present their demonstration for the girls studying foods and nutrition. Judy O'Brien and Marilyn Hincklc'y will be accompanied by their leader, Mrs Dean Andrews, when they npppnr on Wednesday. Adult lenders, Ann Walters. Extension trainee and Mury Stnudt, county extension home economist, Lois Bentelt), Wesley; Mrs Cecil Thoreson, Swcni City, will accompany the group. This includes — Ann Schiltzt Bancroft; ftegina Ferguson, Bancroft; Sylvia Eden, Titonkn; Pamela Andrews, Burt; Theresa Thilges. Algona; Patricia Roalson, Armstrong; Jeancltc Wlch- tondahl, Lone Rock; Nancy Patterson, Lodyard; Mary Kollasch, Bancroft; Mary Janice Arndorter, Algona. Maxine Clayton, Elmoro; Betty Herzog, Ledynrd; Judy Johnson, Lakota; LaVonne Thompson. Lorn: Rock; Al ice Elborl, Whlle- H s B "'•Hi, \ x New more; Lindn Kubly, LuVcrne; Nancy Chambers,, Corwlth; Jean Keith, Algona; Janet Lompfi Burt; Ruth Wiso. Corwith; Doris Ann Kohlhaaa, trvington; Jean* cite Kellner, Bode; Lois Wilberg, Fpnlon; Donna Ingebritson, Elmore, Minn,; Janet Walker, Swea City; Madonna Erpelding, Algn- na; Jo Ann Mind, Algona; Louisa Skow, Wesley. Bible Quartet To Sing At Ottosen The TrO'bleairos Quartet, from The Lutheran Bible Institute, Minneapolis, will appear in eon- cert at Trinity Lutheran church at Ottosen, at B p.m., June 10. The quartet members are: Donna Benson, Milwaukee, Wis,; Janice Johnson, Forest Lake, Minn.) Marlene Vlcker, Stewnrtville, Minn.; nnd Eleanor Walters, Omaha, Neb. The quartet, during its eight- week tour, will present concerts in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota The Lutheran Bible Institute is a school giving Instruction in the Word of God, In addition to gen eral Bible study if offers linln ing for missionaries, parish work ers, institutional workers, and lay assistants. The Greatest advance in water softener history! No hard water ever! No rejuvenating periods! I -.,'-'.,• w "-'•'[• ; i& tin • Here's Why: -METER j j . /•}-• , . ; T?atemy:Copyffghted' Truly the greatest advance .in water softening history, the Presto Flo- Meter anticipates your requirements and provides an unlimited supply of sparkling clear, rain-soft water,' The meter is simply set according to the hardness of the water. The Presto Flo-Meter regenerates the softener by the amount of water actually used -4 not by an estimate .of the, ,'.'•.,..• ..-*«-v •..'„• rjv .',» ,.«• -••••-• .--.-. 7-it- r .,^. v •.-i^.^. •••!• , i . '\ • i' p.'"!)*. Used, ' lV ; ' ' (Here's How the Flo-Meter Works and How it cuts your saltbill as much as 50%) Rev. Kollasch, Whittemore, To Be Ordained Algona Boys 4-H The Algona Boys 4-H Club held its May meeting at the Karm Bureau building here. Jan- Ice Patterson won a plaque for tool identification, Bob Johnson was recreation leader and Bob Mayer treated the group. i. V* and fey STtT MANff fidfior Of Minnesota Outdoofk You can't ^consider experience a good investment until after it has pnid dividends — Mining Equipment News. Modern Pharmacy Methods At Your Service When the Flo-Meter ealltf*for regeneration, the Softener will regenerate automatically at the prescribed time, day or nighf - smoothly and silently. 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This means the owner is assured of a continuous supply of sofl water, lop . performance, trouble-free dependability and uninterrupted service. ; * Farmers, Please note: Rusty Water? Presto removes it from your water. B • BEFORE YOU BUY If you are considering the purchase or.rental of any type softener, you owe it to yourself to see the Presto first. It's completely new and modern operation will convince you, thai this is the softener YOU need in your house. v Its Cost? PreMo sells for a price you can afford to pay. In addition, you can pay for your Presto over a long period of time—like renting, only you're buying! We also will take your old softener in trade — thus relieving you of that "run to the basement" routine. PRESTO CUSTOM The low, low budget price of the Custom Presto Automatic puts it well within the reach of every'family. All of the features of the Deluxe are included in,this fine unit including the same sparkling finish'and modern styling that blends well with the style and lines of other appliances, i r p™ i S 3 m S 208 E, STATE PRESTO IS GUARNTEED * Open daily 9:00 A. M. Each Presto softener carries a 10-year guarantee wh ich protects you from any faulty operation. A guarantee backed by Presto manufacturer with over 30 years of dependable .service to the. public. 1 A 1 Presto Completely Automatic Water Softeners Sold in Algona By Rev. E. C. Kollasch Reverend Eugene C. Kollasch, S.J., will be ordnincd to the Catholic priesthood Tuesday, June 16, nl the Gesu church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He Is the son of Mr nnd Mrs Charles R. Kollasch who reside at Whittemore, Iowa. Father Kollnsch will offer his first solemn iruiss Thursday, June 18, til 10 p.m., in Si". Michael's church al Whittemore. Rev, Wm, Veil, Algona, will be the assistant priest, Rev. Victor Kollasch of Royal will be deacon and sub- deacon will be Rev. Louis Kollasch of Carroll, Rev. John J. Foley, S.J. of Omaha and formerly of Whittemore will preach. The master of ceremonies will 'be Rev. Armand Elbort of Sioux City. Father Kollasch was. born at Whittemore Nov. 28, 1922. He graduated from Presenta lion Academy, Whittemore. He served in the U.S. Navy in World War II and attended Creighlon U. and St. John's U.' at Collegcvillc, Minnesota before entering the Society of Jesus Aug. 15, 1948 at St. Stanislaus Seminary, where he made his novitiate and junior- ale studies. He studied philosophy and did graduate work at St. Louis University. From 1954 to 1950 he taught at Holy Rosary Mission, Pine Ridge, South Da- kola. Since 1956 he has been making his theological studies at St. Mary's College,* SC" Mary's Kansas. ; He has eight brothers and sisters: Sisler Anne Marie P.B.V.M., St. Columbkille's School, Dubuque; Mrs Clarence Bormann, Bode; Arnold, Whitolemore; Sisler Mary Benedict, O.S.B., Edgewood College, Madison, Wis.; Mn Harold Bormann, Bode; and Clem, WhiUemore. father Eugene Kollasch wil be the fourteenth priest from St Michael's parish of Whittemore There are nineteen nuns from the parish. JUNE SPECIAL CYpress 4-4514 • Hoi-Cold Picnic Jug On sale for le$$ than half price! Fiberglas insulated with new "Puralite" liner to keep beverages hot or cold longer. Unbreakable, lightweight, with handy capped pouring spout. One gallon size. Green with ivory trim. Regularly 14.98 CULLEN HARDWARE with pouring ipout Now only ALGONA OUR OWN HARDWARE STORE EARLY FISHERMEN HAD BEST LUClt NISSWA, MINNESOTA.,. . It was 28 degree above zero at miclnighl when the 1959 Minnesota walleye and northern pike season opened in the Gull Lake area. By 2:30 p.m. on Saturday it was above 80 degrees.,. a jump of almost 60 degrees jft nine and a half hours. In spite of this great variance in temperature the opening was a good one. . Oddly enough the fishermen who went, out at midnight and fished until early in. the morning had the best luck in spite of the cold. For in.Mlance, Herb Anderson of Nisswa and Bud Nichols of St, Louis started fishing at 12:01 and by 2 a.m. they had nine walleyes the largest of which went four and a half pounds. ' - > John Bollig, his son Ron,,and' lob Holloway all .of Brainerd ished from 4 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. nd came in with nine walleyes, he largest of which went fivo Kiunds and six ounces. They Iso had two northerns weighing bout six pounds each. Mr and VIrs.Al Nelson had seven wall- yes by 7 a.m. * * # AFTERNOON LUCK, TOO — While'they had to work a little onger, afternoon fishermen produced results. 'Rums' Miller of he Deauville Boat Landing guided Al Leonard and Bob Van ossen of Minneapolis and they come in with 18 walleyes, of the our to five pound variety .. .two northerns and a one pound crappie which hit on a sucker rain' low. Agate lake, near Baf iarbor, produced both northerns and walleyes in the afternoon. Bob ,Modgold and Stan Slydnicki of KMMT-TV of AUSTIN got six northerns all going between four and a half and six pounds. Other 'ishermen fishing out of Julius Reich's Agate Lake Resort, had ?ood welleye luck altho none of ,hem filled. The walleyes went oetween four and four and a half pounds. * •• . * * CHAPPIE : DEPARTMENT '—' The dock at Deauville Boat Landing .again provided; some fine crappie fishing. Friday night 'they stacked 'eni like cord wood! Saturday was slow but Sunday saw some good action. Earl Woolley of St. ,Paul got 14, some going around a pound. But it was Mr and Mrs Lloyd McCollum of Peoria, Illinois who had the prize catch. They' had 28 black beauties most of them going between a pound and a half and two pounds,, with five just over the two pound mark. Ernie Webber of the Lucky Day Baiti Company of Long Lake, Minn, had crappie luck off the Deauville dock... he also got two northerns on Agate Lake. He got the northerns on a GO-GETTER. * * « - - '-;. CONTEST RESULTS — : Here are the winners in tKie first week of fishing in WCCO- TV'S summer long fishing contest. • .. , . t:*: Blue Gill — 13 ounces, Vinc« Schmilz, Mankalo, Madison Lake Crappie — 2 Ib. 1 oz., Howard Larson, Willmar, Eagle Lake. " Walleye — 13 Ib. 1 oz., Richaro Aldrich, Babbitt, Big Sandy.: : Northern — 24 Ib. 4 oz., DaU Stevens, Minneapolis, Horseshpj Lake. Largemouth Bass — 6 Ib. 8^ oz., Al Widman, St. Paul, Little Bass Lake, Wisconsin. Muskie — 22 Ib. 14V?. oz.j Arnie Halvorson Jr., Owatonna, La'k« Injuajon. STRINGER NOTES — The Nisswa Chamber of Com' merce had a 'Welcome Wagon on Gull- Lake for the opening They served coffee and dough' nuts from the runabout all .daj Saturday. The opening weei saw some big northerns recorded larence Youngren of Edina, Lyl< Stark of Coon Rapids, Al Misser of Spring Lake Park and Harrj Schulzen of Minneapolis, go limits at Fairy Lake near Saul Center. Leonard Rosenberg o St. Paul pulled in one weighini 18 pounds three ounces out' o Bowstring Lake northwest o Deer River. A 25 pounder wa taken by Dave Stevens of 'Min, neapolis out pf Horseshoe 'I&k, near Brainerd. ' * * .<? MILLE LAC REPORT — , As was the case on Gull Lak« the Mille Lac fishermen wh, went out early on the openin. had the best luck. -It's wett't remember that the walleye is. night-feeder, Jvdging by 74h start MiJle Lacs should haye,t&| other fine year, ' ' * Drake Charles and " North, Grand; graduate from, *row mw TO swop

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