Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 11, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1967
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Bear Facts; By Susan Elbert and Rae Ann Kollaich yeafs yearbook afid 10 catds. Seftio-fs also received ttieif class rings, and are now displaying them proudly evefy where they go. 4—Alfeni (few*) Advtflc* MONDAY, SEPT. 11,1*67 —"•—' —-*—*- -,-..,~-. — „.-:. To Marry It's a happening world. The local schools are again filled with oagiT faces of some new & oilier not so new students. There arc also many new faces amoiiH the teachers joining the well qualified staff. Freshmen seem to outnumber upper classmen with K53, sophs have 1251. juniors 131, and seniois. 112. All students are cnlhusia.sticplly looking forward to an enriching year at (HIS. __GHS— This year a change in boy's wardrobe is evident as boys are now required to wear black dress trousers and their own choice of shirt. Freshmen girls are the first class to wear the new green blazers, white blouses and green houndstoolh skirts, adding new color variety to the school. —GHS— The kick-off meeting of the Garrigan Booster Club including a football demonstration held Tuesday, Sept. 5 at the (JUS gym. Members of the Golden Bears, with Coach lieanie Cooper as narrator, provided the manpower for the demonstration. Tips were given on how to watch a football game correctly. There was a "dutch lunch" served after the clinic which officially opened the annual Booster Club drive. —GHS— Saturday, Sept. 2, a sock hop in the gym for students and alumni was held so yearbooks could be distributed. Sister Mary Deborah, PBVM. and a great Garrigold staff are to be commended on another beautiful Garrigold. This book is worth it's weight in gold and reprcscnflntive of years spent at GHS. The 1967 yearbook theme was 'Dimensions 67'. Thank you Sister Deborah and staff. _GHS— Wednesday, Sept. 6, pictures-were taken for next torn gave interested fans a preview of their great power and initiative at an intf* school scrimmage Friday, Sept. 1 at the GHS football field. The seven returning lettcrmen for the Bear's aft* Jerry Plathe, Bill Richter, Tom Black, John Winkel, Dave McCarthy, Co-captain, Kevin O'Brien and Jack Muller, Co-captain. September 13 the Bears will make their de< but on KVFD TV. Good luck and best wishes go out to tho Bears this football season. —QMS- Senior p«p club membcrt were on the ball at a pro- school pep rally at Call State Park August 24. Varsity cheerleaders demonstrated the new cheers and proudly showed their new "mini-trampoline" used for the jumping. Mrs. Dick Walsh, the Bear's new assistant coach's wife, gladly lent a helping hand in organizing new cheers such as "Locomotive," "Get 'Em," "Pride," and "Go Team Go!" Lakotahas enrollment of 292 students Lakotii: The Lnkotn Consolidated School stiirlcd Monday, AiiKiisl 28 with the total enrollment ol' 2\Yi pupil*. There iire 137 high school pupils enrolled \vih 155 pupils in the kindiTuarlcn iiiul Ki-idcs. To t;ikc the place of the 1967 Ki"i(Uiiites iire It) new students in I he kindergarten class. They are Trsiey Adams, son of the Daryl Adams: Janet Anderson, daughter ol' the Kobcrl Andersons: Randall Boekclman. son of David Boekelmans: David Christ, sun of the Eugene Chi-ists: Edmund Dcgcn, son of the Donald Degens; Marcia Cloche, daughter ol' the Ray Gochi's: Larry Hoyes. son of the Hii-hard H eyes': Charncllc Janssen. daughter of the LeRoy Jaiissens: ICugeiic Julius, son nt' the Alfred Julius Jr.: David Kesscl. son ol the Eugene Kessels: Nicky Larson, son ot the Rex Larons ; Brcndn Mans, daughter of the Dunne Maas; Rodney McGillivray, son of Mrs. Lavonnc McGillivray; Brian Meyers son of the Roger Meyers. Kevin Meyer, son or Seneca class holds reunion at Estherville Ledyard—Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Egescl.il announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Linda Luce, to Roger D. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Thompson of Lakota. An October 8 wedding is being planned. — the Scrteca high school class of 1957 held a reunion a week ago Saturday evening with dinner at the Cardinal at Estherville. with the Virgil Gardners as hosts. Following the ',dinner the group were guests at the Vir» gil Gardner home, Estherville. for the remainder of the evening. Present were the Jerry Brecses. Larry Clauf-- sens (Sharon Dorscyi, Spencer; David Loofts , Dwano Johannescn, and the Gardners. Unable to attend were the Ronald Johanncscns, Roger Nielsen, Gail Kauffmans, Lake Mills, Raymond Wilberg, California: and Marcia Harts- shorn. Spencer. Mass. MISSIONARY VISITS Marie Mundform, Harmony, Minn., was a recent guest of the Curtis Olscns. She is a Lutheran Missionary from Cameron, Africa, on furlough and was enroute to Harmony following speaking at LeMars. She came to Clco Classen's. Ringstcd. The Curtis Olsons were there and brought her to their home. Swca City: Mr. anil Mrs. Lowell Roberts of Sura City announce the engagement of their daughter. Kathleen Lynn, to Lowell Lynn, Jensen of S\ve» City. Miss Roberts mid Jensen arc graduates ol' Sweu City High School. He is fiii'ming with his father. An October 14th wedding is being planned. IIIIIMIHIIIIIMIIItllMHlmlHIHHIMIIMIIIIIIHMHIIHHMHIIIIIHIMIIIMI the Dean Meyers. Ricky Mile- hum, son ol' the Harry Milehiinr.s: Lisa Marie Stutter, cl;ilighter of the Kenneth Stu- clcr.s; .Jnim-s Wertjes; son of •the Dun Wcrtjcs: and Pamela YCKKO. (lauKhk'i- of the David Yom-'.s. Borrow up to $ 5000 with this coupon. TO: AVCO FINANCE DEAR SIR: I WOULD LIKE TO BORROW I. NAME .___ ADDRESS CITY FOR MONTHS. STATE. .ZIP. Check one: a I win be In your office it Q Please phone me et —- A.M. ..P.M. on (phone no I at A.M. P.M. on Idtte) Clip it out. Fill it in. Mail it to Avco. It's the quick, easy, confidential way to get the money you need to pay off your bills. You'll like doing business with Avco, REPRESENTATIVE LOANS AND REPAYMENT PLANS CASH YOU RECEIVE 1 537.63 1,000.00 1.665.93 2,209.76 2.782.23 3.640.91 NO. OF MOS. 30 30 36 36 36 36 MONTHLY PAYMENT . 1 25.00 44.11 59.96 79.10 99.23 129.42 IOWA CREDIT LIFE. H » A INSURANCE AVAILABLE ON ALL LOANS ^fgSSSjm * money I borrow Avco Finance /•A/CO RI9MAIMCB 112 North Moprt , AUQONA Ppt?n 9 lo 5 Monday thru Friday and to 9 11.909 HANOLIO »v *y$9 MLT* «> Phon« W5-3507 Tufku, Fittlafid, a tity of 160,000. She has spent thfec months in New Haftifwhifc and is now .spending three month* in Iowa. She Will re< turn to Finland at the end of November. She left the kaftips lo stay with a at Bodd, for a couple of weeks. This is the same program (1PYI3) as Trudy HU* kamp was on last year when she spent six months in land. Gloria Lines of Nashua i ihtfd place trophy in nation*! actt>rdian, guitar itld drum festival held at Han. test month wow ift (he otgajN «t- eofriiaft category, one of 13 contestants iff .the evtfH. , U0AI MdtlCt Notice is hereby given (hot the town convey ,. n ,. Unn SUcef In the Town of LuVorne, Kossuth County, I 0 *o, dMcfibed as follows Commencing of the northwest corner of Out Lot B of Western town Lot Company^ 4th Addition to tho Town of Whitmon, now LuVerns thence eosterly on the north line •>7i S Si . ! L ,°u' B ° di4(Q ncc of 273.25 feet, thence nbrtherly of nghl onolcs o distance of eight ,8) feel, th;nce westerly along o S lin e parallel to tho north lino ot said Out Lol B to the right-of-way of the Chicago & North Western Railway Company, thence southeasterly along the cost line of sold railroad right-of-way to the point ot beginning, • for the sum of Ten Dollars ($1000) _ Said proposal will be acted upon 'by Town Council at the council moot- inq to be held on the 2nd day of Octo- 1^1967 in the Town Hall in LuVcrnc, This notice is given by authority of the Town Council and pursuant to Section 368.39 of the Code ot Iowa Dotcil al LuVcrnc, Iowa this 30th day ot August, 1967. S HAROLD TRAUGER Harold Traugor Town Clerk Published in the Aigona Kossuth County Advance, Aigona, lowo Sept. 7 and 14, 1967. Mf)flCI 0r AMOINtMINT O» AftMIMIITRATOft IN TMr DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN'AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Prefect* Me. VIM IN THE MATTER ;OF THE ESTATE Of LYNNE DURANT, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You arc hereby notified (hot oil persons indebted to said, estate art requested fo make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against sold estate shall file them with fhe clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of thi; notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) Such claim shall thereafter ho. forever bar- tod. Doted this 30th day of. August. 196V. Milo Duranl Administrator ot said Estate Algono, lowo Address Winkcl & Winkol Attorneys tor said Administrator Aigona, Iowa Address Dote of second publication I4lh day of September, 1967. Published in the Aigona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Sept. 7 and 14, 1967. ., , Sec (Mortal ViMnj? Fooibali ft Iff urcmm MIHMtAfOllS T » • '!' \t ana stay at |. 1 ,W, R. rRANk'S ""^. t Hi^#tf MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ' Juit 5 Minutes From Downtown and Molt. Auditorium racing Fair Oaks Park, and Minneapolis Institute of Ml DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 ».m. to 12 p.m. Dally Furnout For * Quality »t • Moderate Prices. HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace. Poolslde Service. 1 Ufll Coupon lor ! NAME I/'-'.'.:-'-:,' j ADDRESS LciTY FREE Color ' ' * * , STATE BrcKhurii 1 1 ..:.« I. BUS Fret Transportation In "Alipoit, Train and flui Cfntcri. Alin Mil'.- St.v ilium, Rutluic ii Jlicatrc and Oilier Points Upon | r« Bftfmtlant. Writ*. Wlr.. or rtwiM 81? 334 <'")' FAIR OAKS MOTOR HOTEL AND RFSTAURANT ( U I KWT M - JtTH ST. »T »D A« SO . MPtS.. MINM 5M04 The Clarence Osborns took their son David, to Annandalc. Minn.. August 20, where he spent a week at Camp Friendship. The Osborns went into northern Minnesota and saw the Iron Minos and took the Lake Shore Drive. They spent several days with Mrs. O.-> born's sister, the Arnold Kueckers, Minneapolis. The Robert Binzcns an- grandparents of a daughter born recently to their son. the Robert Binzens. Jr., of Minneapolis. She has been named Michelle Rcnae. Mrs. Bob Binzen. Sr. spent a few days at her son's. Finland girl to / Bode from Fenlon Fenton — Sylvi, Silander left the Eugene Iluskamp home Wednesday after three weeks with them. She is an International Farm Youth Exchange. She is a home economics teacher in NO W IN PROGRESS/ KEYWIND ALARM CLOCK Rune 4e heuri wltheut rewlndlnfl Center elerw Indicator. SlngU key «lnde keth time end elerm. Large, eeiayte-r«ad dial. Clear kail alarm. (WTOI55-7) WESTCLOX BULLS EYE POCKET WATCH ROOM-MATE Electric oUrw cl*ck In ontiqu* whlt« with numerals. L«rf«, '•», «••• "I* 4t*\. Ah* LlfotllM 20 PIECE SOCKET WRENCH SET j'i -r ',!! '"I"* •'"?*"*' 'Pilnnw hoidU, 4 ••ck*u and advpl.r. }/r* drl». I*•• Inclw*> ratchet. 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MTH PRONTANP RIARI $ Truifluctnt $10.90 CAR MAT SET (fee* *» cer from d««r t« door with vinyl eyle cor»«(,l F|.,ibl c and IVIfed. ritf ell ttondord end e; ,ac| c«| f . Clfgr, c^arcaal red M^BKK . _ LI / A • t ^ <Uk A aHk. • *. _^ _ , T T-. T!" T * »»*| T "V *^W'( ' VVf 5 FRONT OR lech PANIL PUFF SEAT COVERS Biavtliylly fyHed ««t9 *«9t C9»e«i gly* lu«url«y« •* f «e'«n«t 1» f«eV EdWoH.Owaer Aigona, Iowa

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