Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1967 · Page 5
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Bear Facts •Ml MM IMMft Ann Kallasth lemt of days MM eftdufif And itrte dWtVt reatl* ho* house to thttrs, until had to pick him up! But, It was that time el the year .again on Friday, die 17th. The boys found themselves on the other side of the fence. That's tight! Senior Pep Club members sponsored the Sadie Hawkins dance in which girls were expected to ask boys. 'Now THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenian, lawa Imbolmtri and Punorof Dlrtctort 14 HsMf. Funtrol May Bt fttftrrtd Te) Ut With ConfUtonct) HNTON 119.1794 UNOSTIO S44.IOM •44.1001 •M-1970 mil to dance to music & drift* pop. Coupta w«re tiro ample opportunity to ed" and buy ngs and a Good thing it wwnt OMI i In haAar of Veteran'* Day* members of the Haag-Tumer L«g*>n Post presented a program at jOHS Friday, ISfov. 10, commemorating all svrv ice men retired or *tiU in active duty. U, Col. William Batt, U, S. Army, .was guest speaker. Thanks goes out to these men, who reminded us thW, there's more to the world thton just GHS. —OHS— Ara you kidding ma, Christmas carols already? Yes, sir, or dWnt you realize there «f» only six weeks left until you find all sorts of gifts under your big 'ole pine tree. The varsity chorus is already in the mood, as they and other choral groups prepare for a spectacular nativity scene this year. — OHS— "Will the delegate from Alabama please rise?" Senior " government students found themselves staging mock Democratic and Republican conventions last Thursday and Friday. Sister Margaret, American Government instructor, found the results surprising and sometimes laughable, as nomination candidates presented their respective speeches. Some well- known mock candidates included Nelson Rockefeller' OWN A HOMi IN TOWN ? i If it's protection you wont, get complete coverage with the Home-Guard package from Humboldt Mutual Insurance Association. , Covejrage i^dlso a^qji.lable for farm property, lire, ^extended coverage, crop, hail, liability, and auto. IF IT'S PROTECTION YOU WANT, SEE . Blossom 109 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Phone 295-2739 NOW...wlnter tin safety and traction at a low, low price.,* 2-27 WhitewalUjwtlZ. • 3-T nylon cotdcoiiilrucliuo f P«p InwIuMypi clt - Struni and durable -*l»ill 4ttf U) tit* i t Tu/iyn rubbtr tread for e*lr« M ft « ta»*-t«*V»4 {Mi* BUY NOW ON OUR FASY PAY PLAN HILTON SINCLAIR SERVICE (Steve ft*Utg), Maftti Lutfi- et J&i (Mike Studer), Hit. gar*Chae* ftftsti <**; Stud. W), O^orte Romfiey (Kevin ^tfjMftd tonald feej»ri (Ron tech). Pretty convKc- 4H1 impersonation*! TV on* ventton wasn't complete *ftUi< «*-poiteF carrying deftofK sjwy* fftd deoorattdAi, Wonder what ttw mri come will be for A i i &* i • m a AtfaM ((twa) Algona coed on Chicago trip ^^ .' • ''','.." "^ m &m* tiwJU W Former Algona, luVerne nan is retiring Newtan—E. G. Stephenson, staff assistant in the Maytag company's production engineering department, has announced plans to retire Nov. 30 after nearly 40 years with the firm, Starting with the home appliance firm in 1928 in tool engineering, Stephenson later transferred to the factory engineering department and became chief factory engineer at Maytag's plant 2 in 1949. He has been on the staff of W. A. Irvine, manager of production engineering since 1954. A native of LuVerne Stephenson attended Algona high school and Grinnell college. He is married to the former Mary Shand of Devils Lake. N. D., and they have two sons and a daughter Stephenson is a member of the Newton First Congregational church, American Society of Tool and Mechanical Engineers, Iowa Engineering Society, and the Iowa State Travelers Assn. He is currently president of the Newton Kiwanis club and is a past president of both the Maytag Management club and the Maytag speech club. Ex-Titonkian wins speech contest Craig Sathoff, former Titonka high school graduate and how a teacher of English at Iowa Falls, won first place in the Humorous Speech contest of the Toastmasters dub of Iowa Nov. 12 at the Memorial Union on the ISU campus at Ames, He previously won 'the local contest and region- als held at Marahalttown. Sat- jhoff was employed one* summer alt the Advance office. ST. ANN ROUND ROBIN Leading in the October St Ann bridge Round Robin are these five teams: Joan Chris- chilles and Nyda Kolp, 5100; Lucille Navoichick and Mary Bartlett, 4580; Doris McEvoy and Linda Kirsch, 4300; Arlene Miller and Helene Whittemore, 4120; Jean Harris and Phyllis George, 4060. Teams are reminded to keep an accurate score sheet from each month played, numbering each hand. This is necessary in case an error is i found. DUPLICATE BRIDGE The Algona Duplicate dub winners of Nov. 13 were first, Mre.;Jacobsen and Mrs. Coslow of Britt; second, Mrs. Beth Miller and Mrs. Lucille Everds and third, were Mrs. Helen Laing and Mrs. Jackie Muller. Five tables were in play. The next meeting will be 27 at 7:45 p.m. at the American Legion building, Barrigau Boeder cage klck-eff linda Ytydttt Nancy W«y< der%. Dtiwtt wildin. RbWfetlt Wrtln, MM! tcrrt WUdin. Organisation leaders are Mary Smtth iHdJfelgft Be**, •Mary Suavi, fotns 4 $ ment, Elaine Teeter, and Junior leadership, Mary Jane Besdi, USE TMI "PEACH" TO III ACM 27,060 HOMESI BRAND NEW Atlas Snow Tires Full 4 Ply—Reg. $34 SPECIAL $1499 + TAX Guaranteed for life by Standard Oil CARIFUL BLOCKING and pressing of a suit at all stages of Its construction are important if it is to fit right, explains a Hart Schaffner and Marx employe (far right) to University of Iowa coeds (from left) Cathryn Cramer (partly hidden), Des Moines; Candice Goodrich, Mount Vernon; Susan McCreedy, Fairfield; and Barbara Percival, Algona. The coeds were .among 28 U of I students who made a three-day home economics field trip to Chicago recently. and Dtibbie Specht. Certificates: 7 year - Mania Satan and Marilyn Roethtet, 6 year - Debbie Sabin and Susan Smith, 5 year - Mary Beach, Patty Beach, Edna Frideres, and Virginia Roethler. Completion seals: Mary Beach, Patty Beach, Debbie Benson, Becky Buscher, Gloria Canady, Mary Ann Erdman, Edna Frideres, Marian FVideres, Linda Lallicr, Zelda MeeKmause, Kathy Miller, Nancy Moore, Jeanne Patterson, Rhonda Peck, Diane Roethler, Marilyn Roethler, Renee Roethler, Virginia Roethler, Debbie Sabin, Mar- cda Sabin, Rhonda Sabin, Jane Simpson 1 , Susan Smith, Debbie Specht, Deanne Weydert, "You expect more from Standard and you get it" CHUCK BEHR'S Standard Service 295-3372 POLICY PAID IN FULL TO AGE 23 FOR JUST ONE $120 PREMIUM (each child—0-18) Help Your Chlldnn or Grandchildren BUILD a FORTUNE This ONE payment will start an insurance program which Includes the paid-up policy to age 23 ... plus options to guarantee future insurability with NO medical exam. FOR DETAILS—SEE US MYRON "MIKE" SMITH Office Phone 295-3351 Horn* Phone 2957093 ' 4 Algona, Iowa •r. OK MOWMI, IOWA FflRd) BUREflU Tom Fitipatrick U in service and has been sent to Lake Hurst, N. J. for basic train-. ing. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzpatridk and while in high school made arf outstanding record at wrestling. His recent marriage is reported in another column. Barry, ton of Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins and a student at the State University were visited Thursday and overnight by the latAer's brother, Maury White and wWe of Des Moines. They were enroute to Minneapolis, Minn., where Maury, a sports editor for the Des Moines Register will covet the Minneapolis game. Joan Pott who U attending the St. Joseph school of nursing at Sioux City will be home of Iowa at Iowa City will be to spend her Thanksgiving va- home Tuesday to spend his <atwn w«h <her parents, Mr. with Thanksgiving vacation ihis parents Mr*. Fred Will is having as Thanksgiving guests Har and Mrs Dick Post, Mr - and Mr »- Gerald Funk . w and M 18 - Kloppeniberg of Mar- SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongrcstant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. / INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad — take to Honsbruch Drug in Algona. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12 Pack Free. HONSBRUCH DRUG — ALGONA ley Will and family of Kan- slMltown, parents of Gerald, sas City. His wife will not be aind w j^e accompanied by his able to accompany them be- grandfather, Willis Scoville f - + •m m ' , « IiJl'llV\ *%tnLp4-w^i iVt in >VmMKn •••! *Vilv eVl* ._. caused employment. Mr. land Mrs. Marvin Walburg and family will also be here from Storm Lake. , Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeig- his home Klpppaibergs. ' H *" r y Gwd*rian hat roach- ed retirement age and is taking advantage of it by leaving ler expect to have the latter's Detember ( ,14 with his wife to mother; Mrs.uLydiarLund of, sp^^ii.the .^winter at San, LuVerne as Thanksgiving **?jB°> Calif., nwhere their son guest. , Bill and family'live. Thanksgiving day guests of Wr - an<l Mr »- Maurice Giv-; - - - - ens, Titonka, formerly of Al- There isn't a fine watch in this ad that costs more than $14.951 Surprised? Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey will be the parents, Mr. and gona, came Friday for the! Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Robert services of Ellen T. Norton Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hernon. , Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa plan to "have a family dinner Thanksgiving at which there Win be about thirty guests. Mrs. Fern Foster will have as guests Thanksgiving, her sonrin-ilaw and daughter, Mr. arid Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, Bill aind Brett and Barbara (Mrs. Jerry Seller) of Storm Lake. Mr, Seller is going to spend a few days in Wyoming with friends and do some deer hunting. Mrs. George Leo has had word of the death of Mrs. Tom Lee at Billings, Mont. She was the wife of the late George Lee's brother who survives her Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phillips, of Vermillion, S. D., spent Wednesday and Thursday, November 22 and 23 with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul OstwinWe. Mrs. Russell Cook is going to LuVerne Thanksgiving day to attend a Cook family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling are being visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of Dubuque. Stanley spent sev- & also visited Mary Norton a resident of the Good Samari-; tan Home. Brief services and interment were held in Wes-! ley. Cresco Chums Cresco Chums held their | annual 4-H award night Nov.! 7th at the Algona High; School Annex. . Iowa 4-H merit awards were I given to Marilyn Roethler and Susan Smith in recogni-1 talon of outstanding accomplishments which reflect significant; personal growth, active citizenship, earned dubj 'and community leadership, I competency in project work' and, unselfish service to 441' 'members and others. The Ex- j tension Service allows one of] these awards to each 100 4-H members in the county. Marilyn Roethler was nanv! ed alternate for the Chicago, trip given annually to outstanding 4-H members, Debbie Sabin, management j award; Edna Frideres, food! preservation and food and, nutrition; plaques for top ii is 12 B .8 QI 12 e V PIIHCISS — Clatslc d«- COMPANION — Fay so DOROTHEA — Rugged CAUNDIU "0" — So BALICON — Handjomt tig* plui the stamina little, get so much! fit- sports watch to take practical and at such a In * rugged way) Water ol shock-resistant con- clslon Jeweled move- you everywhere. Precl- low price. Waterproof,* proof,* shock-resistant, structlon. Precision Jew- ment. Shock-resistant, slon Jeweled movement, calendar window, shop*- expansion band. Precl eled movement. $11.11 waterproof,* sweep sec- shock-resistant, leather resistant. I14.M (Ion Jeweled movement, end hand. tlO.M strap. f12.H $14.M The Garrigan High Booster Club will hold their Basket- bafl kick-off meeting next Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. This meeting will feature the introduction of the Golden Bean 1967-66 Basketball squad and they will put on teaun demonctrations in the gym starting it 8. Following this program a lunch will tie served in the cafeteria for all This meeting is open to ail. era! days at Milford with his 'record books, Junior, Mary father, Carl Miller and did Ann Erdman, intermediate, some successful pheasant •hunting. The senior Mr. Miller accompanied his son Friday and was guest at the Sterling's. Thanksgiving dinner guetti of Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Hutzell will be Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutzell and three little sons and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins, parents of Mrs. Floyd Hutzell. Mr. «nd Mrs. Diek Pott Bdna Frideres, and Senior,! Susan Smith. Pens for purple record 1 books, Mary Besch, Mary Ann EixJman, Edna Frideres, Marian FVideres, Marilyn Roethler, Debbie Sabin, Rhonda 1 Sabin, Susan Smith, Nancy Weydert, and Terri WUdJn. Reading Awards: Becky Buficher, Marian Fnderes, Debbie Sabin, Rhonda Sabin, Simpson, Susan Smith, CAR A VELLE* division of BULOV* . A good watch used to cost at least $25. Not so anymore. Not since Caravelle, Division of Bulova, figured out how to produce a quality watch for as little as $10.95. Every Caravelle has a fine jewelry case, a shock-resistant, precision-jeweled movement and unbreakable mainspring — guaranteed by Bulova. Any one would make a welcome gift. There is no greater watch value for your money — anywhere. WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3719 Choose from oiir large Careyelle selection. Each Caravelle is beautifully gift boxed. »Wol«fpfOol whtn COM, crytlol ond crown or* Inloct. 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