Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Coffee starts drive for Burl Heart workers Burt — A coffee was held Feb. l 8 at the Cunningham Tea Room for workers on the Heart drive. The workers are Mesdames Elwin Stehzel, Dale Lockwood, Alvin Baumgard, Chas. Grubb, Lucille Behrends, Myr- Sram tie Zwiefel, Gladys Hawcott^ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCI Thecla Christensen, Ray Drenv mel, Ed Fredrickson, G. H. Me Mullen, Geo. Manus, H. J. Lacy, Brian Zwiefel, Melvin Haas, David Bunkofse, Larry Bunkofske, Jerry Wiener, Ed Smith Jr., and Don Reimers. Mrs. James Fries is the Burt area chairman, and Mrs. Donald Mitchell is Kossuth chairman. CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the WSCS will meet Feb. 16: Ethel Circle, 2:15 p.m., hostesses Harriett Black ^V 1 ' ,, , ' . Helen vogel and and pro * Jessie Rash. Special, Vera Schwictert and Edith Chipman. Inez Circle, evening, hostess, GenAveve Spry at Cunningham Tea Room, program, Dorotny Johnston, and juouise Mctariand, roll call, work, special, WanUlee Haw cott. Shirley Circle, 2:15 p.m., hostesses Lurena Soderberg and Lorena Roark at the Cunning' ham Tea Room; roll call, Ephesians; special, Leona Lovstad; program, Mary Jean Andrews ana Beulah Davis. , •'•>"^- -' >' •''••••< v ! mem robms . . . such wonderful food |NO AND WINING ROOMS HURDLE LOUNGE -. COPPCE HOUSE , For Yofif fmwite B«». For Oftskfojt. luncheon. ' «rafc« -and Nitely Entar- and Wittier:. ','tafnmanl. mf GUtST PARKING from 4 p.m. tilt 10 t.m. CE EVERY HALF HOUR FROM (Wta ENTRANCE Atn<fi<.an txpro., Ctodil Curds 62* pdPUlAR RATES SINfitt ROOMS Irom $8. DOUBLE ROOMS from $11 Two Short Blockl'ftorft'-Greyhound Bui D»pol. FREE — - use coupon Hotel Dyckman Minneapolis Minn. 55402 Please send mo color brochure and Things to dp and see in Minneapolis. NAME! ADDRESS.! , CITY_ —STATE- ..-ZONE MONDAY, Ff ft, 14, 1*4 ON DEAN'S LIST Nine students at Emmetsburg Junior College earned grades ilgli enough to quality for the Dean's Li&t for 1st semester. This qualities the student lor membership in the Iowa Junior College honor society. Four were ireshmen, Cynthia Brown, Mallard; Rebecca Hantelman, Fenton; Bonnie George and Carol Voigt, Emmetsburg. Five sophomores were Palma Joy Holding, Burt; Mary Hantejf man, ten ton; Audrey Hetrick, Cylinder; Richard Reeves, Env metsburg; Mrs. Irene Vaux, Po cahontas. BLUE BIRDS MEET The January meeting of the Burt Blue Birds was held with Arlene and Cheryl Coady. Guest mother was Mrs. Faber. New officers took charge of the meeting. Fathers night was Jan. 29. Janet Cherland and Diane Person gave talks. A demon- Bulldog Tho Guidance brought to a close Department this week conferences with sophomores, freshman, and juniors concerning each students courses for the next school year. This information is used in evaluating possible shortages in facilities or teachers. —AHS— Coe College in Cedar Rapids sent a representative to AHS last week. —AHS— Friday night's basketball game with Clarion was "Mother's Night". Sponsored by the Pep Club, each players' mother was introduced before the game. The Cadettes held their annual party following the game. Honoring the senior Cadettes, the party was held in the Home Economics room. —AHS— Seniors met Wednesday noon. Dale Teeter is head of the class tooth at the carnival. Barb Medin, Sue Moulton, Kathy Darby- were elected to choose class colors. —AHS— stration was given by Cheryl Coady. All helped pack heart kits for the Heart drive. Kathy Patterson is reporter. The A. C Hinckleys returned Monday after a weekend in Sioux City with daughter Can- lyn, the James Brehms. They helped the Larry Hinckleys GIVE THE FAMILY A TASTEFUL • RICH CREAM • WHOLE MILK • FRESH BUTTER • COTTAGE CHEESE Dairy products help make meals more interesting and delicious. Try our wide •variety of dairy foods and find out how inexpensive good-tasting meals can be. Your •' family will like your meals more and you'll appreciate pur "door-step" delivery. shire, Sally Bay, Jon Brad Kraft, and Ron Deim, Mittag move front Sioux City to Ames where he is employed. The chili and vegetable soup supper Feb. 9 by the Merry Mixers club at the Methodist church was a real success. Mrs. Esther Cook, Mrs. Corrinne Brunner and Renee, Mason City, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Lorena Roark. The Kossuth Auxiliary meeting will be held Feb. 15 at Fenton, .postponed from last Tues- Student Council is sponsoring a Carnival to be held March 26 Each club and class will provide a booth. The project is hea ded up by Phil Taylor. —AHS— Members of National Honor Society met Wednesday even ng. Plans for the Induction Ce remony, which is later this spring, Were made. Sally Bay and Tom Claude are in charge of the Society's booth for the carnival. —AHS— Girls in the Future Homema kers Club who are working to ward their Junior Homemaker degree began Thursday evening. They were tested on the club's purpose, pledge, and colors. —AHS— The seniors are hoping the juniors have an idea for the Prom theme. No news has been released. . .maybe they don't have any news to release? —AHS— Pep Clubbers rode a pep bus to the wrestling sectionals Tuesdlay in Humboldt. Miss Reed and Mr. Sonksen chaperoned. —AHS— Art club met Friday morning briefly. An invitation extended >y Estherville Junior College was accepted. The club went Sunday by school bus to view pictures painted by Iowa pain- kel and Susan Walker gave re- tolls. How to give a demotwtra- ioA was by Betty Eischen and Mary Detrick. Volunteers for 4-H day are Mark Besch. Dave Besch, Tom Solbach, Rick El- >ert, Dennis Walker, Barb Win- eel, Anne Soebach and Becky Bormann. February 6 the club tarted the basketball season >y beating the Fern Valley Wide-Awakes senior team 24-21 and juniors by 23-16. Reporter is Becky Bormann. UNION ALETHEAN Union Aletheans met at Boni;a Kiilsholm's. Plans were made •or the Fathers supper March 7. Kathy Hansen was chosen for fun night queen. Talks were giv en by Linda Nitchals, Connie Molocek and Jean Ann Dodds Demonstrations were given; by Kathy Hansen and Bonita Kill sholm. A film was shown. Repor ter is Marylou Nitchals. farm Auctions Congratulations NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. On further additions to your Aeroton 2 way PM Mobile Radio System. Radio dispatched vehicles will now provide better-than* ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find out how you can use 2-way radio in your business. Call today for convincing demonstration. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw /•/.< It id ,»jC CREAMERIES itu*j-ts M-S/ ^^s*< / *., A.../' ; >K| M * V i U Why battle snow, sleet cold, ice and wind!! day. Winners of the $10 groceries last week were Mrs. Wilfred Ra-. dig, Lone Rock, and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Burt. The Roy Andersons attended the hardware convention in Des Moines last week. Mrs. Ivy Woltz had charge of the storei while they were gone. Open house at Burt Co-op, elevator is being held this Monday with free sandwiches and coffee and free ham with purchase of feed. M^Mrs. Cfelia SScott ..returned Wednesday from St. Ann hospital where she had been a patient a week. Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet was ta- ren to University hospital, ;owa City, Feb. 10. She had jeen a patient at St. Ann hospital a week. Harlem J. Lacy is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, af ter an appendectomy Feb. 9. Burt Band Mothers will meel Feb. 17 at schoolhouse. Hostes ses are Eleanor Stenzel, Dar lene Herrick, Mildred Meseher Lavina Hanson, Betty Miller The program is by Pat Kohl haas and Grace Acker man. The John Dittmers, Fairmont, were recent guests at Martin Meyer's. Good Will truck will be in Burt March 8. Leave material at the Burt Methodist church basement. Burt Woman's club will meet Feb. 14 with Erna Grover, Ma- behne Lovstad, Marie Bahnson. The program is fine arts and music including The Strausses and Their Music, by Erna Grover. Girl Scouts-Father and Daughter date night will be held at school lunch room March 5 with a program and box supper. Heart drive workers will be ;ers on display at the college. SERVICEMEN IN ARMY EXERCISE . U. S. Army, Europe (AHTNC) — ASS Eldon L. Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Hinz, Lu- Verne, took part in exercise Marne .Mauler, an 11-day field training exercise in Germany which ended Feb. 7. Hinz's unit, Cavalry. Regiment's 3d naissance squadron, was with the 3d Inf. Div. for training against an aggressor force and to support itself logistically. American, German and French air and ground forces took part as friendly. and aggressor , forces. He is a, mechanic with his unit in Germany and entered the army in April, 1963. Since December 1963 he has been overseas. calling on Burt donations to the residents for Heart fund. Let us "battle the elements" for you . . . when you order your groceries by telephone, you do so from the comfort of your home. WE DO THE DELIVERING FREE OF CHARGE. Twice daily deliveries — and you are always assured of the freshest fruits and vegetables, quality meats and canned goods and you save time and steps these cold winter days. JUST CALL 5-3762. East End Grocery Corner of Phillips & State CALL 5-3762 ALGONA The heart and blood vessel diseases account for 54 percent of all U.S. deaths and are the nation's number one health enemy. Burt Woman's club sponsors the Girl Scouts. Members of the club will collect for the Girl Scout Drive for funds. Each member has a list of names in the Burt community. The J. L. Millers left Tuesday for a trip in the southwest and to visit relatives at McAUen, Texas. THOMAS J. ZAUGG USS Eldorado (AGC-11) (FHT NC) Jan. 27 — Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J Zaugg, USN, son of the Cornelius E. Zauggs, Algona, has completed a goodwill visit to Bangkok, Thailand, while serv ing as a crewmember aboard the amphibious force flagship USS Eldorado, now back at Subic Bay, the Philippines. He visited the city's Royal Palace Temple of the Emerald Buddha the Royal Barges and the Tern pie of Dawn. Feb. 16 — Ernest Rhoda am Ted Ziegler farm auction, a farm located 1 mile north, 3 miles east, 1 mile north of Elmore Nursery. Sale inclu des 170 head of livestock and machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers. Feb. 17 — C. A. Derner estate sale, at farm located %• mile south and three miles east of Whittemore. Sale includes 88 head of cattle, 59 hogs, sheep and machinery. Quinn, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers St. Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full sale details in last Thursday's Advance. Feb. 18 — Lee Kiley estate sale, at farm located 5 miles north and V4 mile west of Sex ton. Sale includes complete line of machinery plus 30 head of sheep. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Feb. 18 — Robert Mogler farm sale, at farm located mile east of the Whittemore creamery. Sale includes dairy cattle, feed and farm machinery. Virgil and Raymond Spen cer, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Ful sale details in Advance today. Feb. 22 — Roy Stene farm auction, located Mi-mile east, mile north, 3 east of Leland, la Sale includes 55 head of Hoi»...v stein cattl.e and machinery. noretf$3tihn$sftr & ' Murra,' auctioneers. 1 Recon- WINS HONOR Judy Murphy, Algona, has jeen named to the first semes- er distinguished list at Duches- ie college of the Sacred Heart, .he is the daughter of the Patrick M'irphys. Duchesne is Ne>- iraska's oldest four year liberal arts college for women. NEW EMPLOYEE Whittemore — Mrs. Melvin M. Elbert is a new employee at the Zumach Market here. 4-H News He'll be ready for college before you can say "Good grief, we don't have a cent laid away." May we help you get ready for when he's ready? Start a special savings account with us now that will grow along with him and the rising cost of college education. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association INSURED' HOME LOANS TO BUILD, PURCHASE OR REMODEL 4'/ 8 % Current Earnings All accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save from the 15th — Earn from the First ALGONA Since 1917 IOWA CRESCO CHUMS Cresco Chums met with Shei la and Edna Frideres. A filn and talk was given by Jane Simpson. Reports were given by Marilyn and Virginia Roethler on the toboggan party and valentine party, was given by hause. Guests rence Besch, Mrs. Edmund Frideres, and Renee Roethler. Reporter is Sheila Frideres. WHITTEMORE BOYS Whittemore Boys 4-H club met at the Legion Hall Feb. 7, at 7:45 o'clock. The new leader is Jerry Bormann. Barb Win- A demonstration Zelda Meehl- were Mrs. Law- CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating • Fast Service f Competitive Rates • Dependable \ FUNK Plumbing & Heating South Dodge Alg?na Modern women... count on electric cooking! A modern electric range is today's way to cook. 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