Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 4, 1966
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Bulldog Tales By SALLY BAY Saturday, April 2 marked the first Carnival to be held at AHS. Under the direction of Student Body President Phil Ttylor and the Student Council members, the Carnival was termed a big success. There were fourteen organizations participating with the profits to be used for the American Field Service program, ': —AHS— '(Application blanks were available for seniors desiring financial aid and planning to attend a four year college in Iowa. This exclusive AHS scholarship program is the Thompson Scholarship program. —AHS— Members of the third year Homemaking class baked a banquet dinner Thursday night for the Soroptimists Women's organization. The class project was under the direction and guidance of Miss Dannewitz. —AHS— Friday was April Fool's Day and no opportunity like that could be passed up. Not only did teachers find themselves victims of Fool's Day pranks, but a few brave and daring teachers set out that day to fool the students. How many of the AHS students realized that Miss Dannewitz was wearing a wig? —AHS— Saturday's KOLA radio program featured Mr. Sonksen speaking about the Drama department at AHS. Several cast members from "Kind Lady", to be presented Saturday, April 23, gave bits from the dialogue of the play. —AHS— March 26 marked the annual state Future Teachers convention in Des Moines. The Algona Chapter's candidate Phyllis LAST 3 DAYS ENDS WEDNESDAY ALGONA NATALIE WOOD — CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER in "INSIDE DAISY CLOVER f STARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 7th happy household is turned into a MARITAL DOGHOUSE! WALT DISNEY RCSINT* UGLY DACHSHUND . - . . .Lain, Dean JONES Suzanne PLESHETTE Charlie RUGGLES TECHNICOLOR" Scrnnoliy b/ ^W C0'produc«r '' •'. • OirMltd by ALBERT ALEY • WINSTON HIBLER • NORMAN TOKAR~ MtlMMd by BUEN* VIST* attribution Co.. Inc. • 0IMS Wtll Diwwy Production* Walt Disney Winnieth« WE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, APRIL 8 BE A FIRST NICHTER AND PLAN TO ATTEND OUR GALA OPENING! €NT€RTAINM€NT UND€R T446 STARS Four generations A POUR GENERATION picture of the St. John family is shown above. Mrs. Carrie St. John is seatea and from left to right are Mrs. Joseph Gobb, her 4-month old daughter Melissa Kay and Melissa's grandmother, Mrs. Dale Sutphin (Marian St. John), all of Newton. Mrs. St. John had seven children, 31 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Friday Thru Tuesday, April 8 • 12 Just where she wants him.,.I BocfcyJuwoN TOW 8ND». iewo we NO FiewMtt A MAHliN MEICHER Pioduciion • A UNIVERSALPdwe.' PLUS SECOND 816 HIT «s Phdip Duiiinc A Universal Picture * 111»» iloulton was successful in running for the office of State His- orian. Congratulations also go out to Cheryl Rusk who presented Phyllis' nomination speech. —AHS— The Student Council has announced that class elections will be held April 21 with the deadline for petitions being April 14. , —AHS— New officers for the Future Teachers were elected at their last meeting. Those elected include the following: President, Rich Black; vice president, Brenda Sjogren; secretary, Connie Schultz; treasurer, Barb Knudsen; parliamentarian, Bonita Kiilsholm; publicity chairman, Bill Burt; historian, Bev Knudsen. —AHS— Cheerleading tryouts Thursday after school resulted in the following new squads for next .;:*;?.< Earl Olson leases Ottosen gas station Ottosen — Earl Olson has leased the oil station from the Farmer's Co-op. Elevator. He took possession Monday. Elden Meyer, who formerly leased the station, is now farming his fla- ther's farm east of Ottosen. Wednesday, March 30 at Lu«h* eran hospital, Ft. Dodge. The Thompsons have another soft ftnd a. daughter. Mr. arid Mrs. I. E. Mdvick are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Ed Nessen of West Bend was a Thursday afternoon caller at the Donald Usher home. Mrs. Oliver Lee of Rutland celebrated a birthday Friday. Evening guests were Mrs. Ar- inold Maxwell of Clarion, Mrs. )ale Christensen and family of lutland, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family of Brad- jate, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Wor>y and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud and fam- The Humboldt County Legion Auxiliary met at Bode Tuesday afternoon. Attending from here were Mrs. Dean Telford, Mrs. Hike Coyle, Mrs. Alfred Schu- ;tz, Mrs. Le Roy Worby and Mrs. Neal Olson. Mrs. Albert Thorsen was a Tuesday afternoon caller at the Donald Usher home. Carroll Olson returned home Tuesday night from Albuquer que, New Mexico where he and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Nels Olson of West Bend had visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olson II. They left early Tuesday morning the week before, being gone eight days. more City, Mrs. Vilas Larson of tioldfield, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Riggan and family of Pocahontas and Mr, dnd Mrs. Cai Doran- kamp and family of Mason City. Neighbors and friends also visited Mrs. Olson on Monday. Richard Olsoti returned to Davenport School of Chiropractic Monday alter visiting since Thursday as the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Ol- ALOONA (Iowa) AOVANCt-J MONDAY AMIL 4, son, Mrs. Pearl Barber spent several days at Clear Lake last week at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cash, On Sunday other relatives came to the Cash home to help Mrs. Barber celebrate her birthday/She returned to Bode Thursday. SILLS IULL Joseph A; SkoW, ,< repotted the sale of ot- tered homed Het efotd bull t* 3. C. Lawler, Cfcf& Veteran. — When the kan Legion at Stanton held i 47th birthday party recently, nineteen World War I Vetertmi were present and received -their 45-yeaf pin*, '•"" • ljf f<'"; ',. t Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson year: football Barb Knudsen, cheerleaders, Lark Whittemore, Rose Mino, Sue Dodds, Jim Schutter, Tom Taylor, and Linda Martin, alternate;, basket- hall cheerleaders, Rose Mino, Lark Whittemore, Barb Knudsen, Jean Jorgenson, Sue Dodds, alternate; wrestling cheerleaders, Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Sandy Harms, Linda Mar tin, Sue Samp, alternate. Junior Varsity cheerleaders -for DIAMOND JUBILEE The Diamond Jubilee anniversary of the Federated Clubs was observed at the .Humboldt County club meeting held Tuesday at the Methodist 'church at Livermore. At the noon luncheon, jewels from each club were honored. From the Ladies Rural club, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Annie Leist were honored. From the Ottosen Progressive Study next year include Marcy Moen, Julie Chrischillejs, Virginia Hardgrove, Diana Levy, and Becky Mino, alternate. —AHS— A picture of the last year's ootball checrlcading squad ap- >eared recently in Megaphone, .he national cheerleading magazine. Those pictured were Sharon Sundet, Judy Egel, Barb Knudsen, Lark Whittemore, Jim Schutter, and Jon Deim. —AHS— Friday afternoon the Algona Chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual spring induction ceremony. New members arc listed asscording to their respective clatses: Pfbvis- ionary Sophomores, Tom Jones, Debbie Laws, Randy Riedinger; Juniors, Sandy Harms, Kathie Morz, Lark Whittemore; Seniors, Greg Buchanan, Jo Cox, Tom Samp, Peg Schutter, Mike Stillman, Sharon Sundet. Provisionary members from last year who received their pins and membership cards include Tom Claude, Connie Darbyshire, and Barb Knudsen. Other Society members are Sally Bay, Dave Martin, Barb Medin, Sue Moulton, Jan Raney, and Phil Taylor. Mrs. Kelley is the club sponsor. In Argentina — Mr, and Mrs. John Scott, after serving with the Peace Corps in Peru, have returned to South America and are stationed in Cordoba, Argentina. Mrs. Scott's mother, Mrs. Ethel Miller, Grafton, reports Mr. Scott is now employed by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory doing research work with satellites, solar flares and other phenomenon. club Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk were named. Mrs. Van Buskirk was not present. Mrs. Fred Kampen ; was installed as Humboldt county corresponding secretary; Others, besides those mentioned above, who attended were Mrs. Earl Olson, Mrs. Le Roy Worby, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mrs. Essie Mrs. Pearl Barber accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watson of West Bend to Fort Dodge Friday to attend funeral services for her niece, Mrs. Richard Larson. Mrs. Larson, 45, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barber, died Tuesday after being ill for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mitsven and daughter, LoAnn of Round Lake, 111. spent the weekend at the home of his sister, Mrs Bonnie Vedvik and Geri. Margaret Brodale who at tends the Professional Business Institute in Minneapolis, am Mary Brodale who is employee in Ft. Dodge spent the weekenc at the parental Ted Brodale home. Kathy Williams, who attends Cooper, Mrs. Mary Leitl, Mrs. Mike Coyle. and NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson are the parents of a 10 lb., 9 oz. son, Elaine Alden, born State College of Iowa at Ceda Falls is spending Spring vaca tion at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams ! ;;Mrs. ,Thor .Olson was, honor pd'on the occasion of her Birth day Sunday evening when reli tives were at her home. Guest were Tom Olson, Mr. and Mrs. 'Orren Olson, Peggy and. Richard, Mr. and firs. Orville Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Orlando Grafstad, Andrew Oppedahl of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle McDaniel of Gil- Lovely ELITE Hats for Spring & Easter by • Mr. JOHN, Jr. • JULIE KAY JO '• LYNN RANDI LINDA Select From: Smart tailored straws, rough, balibuntal, toyo. panama luscious flowers, solids and trims. Gloves ft Scarves In a spring flower array of pretty pastels. Algona, Iowa NOT A WORRY IN THE WORLD.. WHEN YOU INSURE WTIH US! • FARM 9 HOME « BUSINESS • HOS.PITALIZATION • AUTO • HAIL • FIRE Complete Protection INSURANCE AGENCY ALGQNA, IQWA Phone 295-2735 BLOSSOM 109 N. Dodge "Full time Counselor 1 ? l& I &i'i THURS. - FBI. - SAT. APRIL 7-8-9 MO <3 EQUIPPED LAUNDRY AND CLEANING I 405 E. State Raymond ft Peggy Reid ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-2527 REX SAYS: "Only two weeks left to be eligible to win a Free Trip to Mexico City" i . (FOR TWO) Yes, time really flies, but April 15th is the deadline. So look over the list of the following items you will need this year — any one from Taylors would make you eligible to win the Free Trip to be given at Taylors Annual Harvest Party the last week in November. 9 Hew Behten Grain Tank t$ New Behlen Drying Tank 9 New iehlen Steel Building © New 3asa Corn Head New Drying Unit New Case Combine New Case Tractor (over20h.p.) New Maihews Continuous Flow Dryer The following people are already eligible to win — Join the list — Ycu'll save big money by buying early, receive guaranteed delivery of the merchandise you buy, and guaranteed erection and set up. So now is the time to see Taylors! a) James Trauger O Irvin Harms a) Studar Bros. a) Byron Naeve a) Gary Naeve Irvin Gerber Robert Gerber Curtis Johnson Frank Meyer Jim Haas Ray Laabs Edmund Otis Edward Otis Wm. Paetz Ostermann Bros. Harlan Bonnstetter Merwin Bristow Meindert Ullmann Cecil Bjustrjm This year the new 1966 merchandise we have is the best we've ever had to offer. We have new Super Drying Tanks for every system of harvesting, new Super Size and Capacity Combines and Tractors, new Lines of Steel Building for farm and city. SO IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US SOON! Taylor Implement Co "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters In Algona"

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