Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1966
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(Iowa) ADVANCE , APRIL 14. 1966 WINS AN AWARD Klein's Farm Supply, Algona, placed second in a recent con-* mi Sponsored by the farm trade magazine, "Feed & Farm Supplier." They received an* award fof best "omfarm" sates arid service. 'Atplialt At uytt YOU CAN'T BEAT ASPHALT FOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES Asphalt's resistance to wear, to freezing, etc:, makes it ideal for play courts, swimming pools, skating rinks and playgrounds. Fenton Scouts distribute the Good Will bags u\ Fenton — Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Council are making plans to > conduct their annual "Cood- Tiirn bay for the Handicapped" clothing drive. This nationwide program' t>y,the Scouts, is another of the' Good Turn events which highlight scouting in Fenton. It is a means of income for 140 handicapped workers who are self- supporting instead of state supported. Saturday, April 16 ( the Boy Scouts, under the leadership of Arnold Hansen will distribute a scout "Goba Turn DayfBag" to all the homes; in^ Fenton. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials and small household appliances, which the nan dicapped men and women can process for resale in their retail stores and provide weekly wages. Saturday, April 23, the Mrs. fcussell ftlidridge had the lesson. The W6rld Bank* weffc turned in. The ^.annual coflfef> eiice will.be held \May.4 it Storm Lake. A final-total of & pair of pajamas* were packed and sent to the World Relief for Viet Nam. Election, of officert Was held; President/, Mrs. Mefte Voigt; vice, Mrs. Wilfred Laabt;' recording secretary,! Mrs. Clat> eiice Osborn; treasurer, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod; Secretary Social Relations. Mrs. Eugene Hu*- ,kamp; Campus MinMfy, Mrt.. Clifford Douglas; Membership, Mrs;, Gsthef Frank; ! MiMionafy,, Mrs.i Charles L»vejoy; program, Mrs. Arlo Ranney; Spiritual Life, Mrs. Ed Reimers; Supply, Mrs. Fred Mortensen; local Church, Mrs. Dale Voigt; and isipciate, Mrs. Derwood Voi Jircle presidents are Mrs. Lj NeWel, Mrs. Wendel Rusch and Mrs* Clarence ArbogMt. Hoste* ses were \Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Mrs. Rex > Wolfe 'and, Mrs, Gilford Douglas. CLASS PLAY DATIO the 19>66 Senior Class Pit: No Time, for Sergeants", be given at the Sentral gym See the Yellow Pages or contact Asphalt Paving' Ass'n of Iowa, 541 31st, DCS Moines, la. • their Boy Scouts will return to collect the filled bags for delivery to the Goodwill Industries in Sioux Ci ty. ••-.- '•:'••• • ' ••<•••-• This "Good Turn Day Drive' by the Scouts of the Prarie Gold Area Council, last year supplied the handicapped workers with materials to keep them employed the entire summer months when collections were at a low level. OFFICERS ELECTED WiS.C.S. met Thursday at the Methodist church with Mrs. Les ter Weisbrbd leading devotions lartd, make-up .till .tensen ,attd ?h«ron Mar son, house manager Pat Ruhftke, and ushers Linda Knoll ind ftrt Huteell. The play I Ufidet the direction of Mr, Btirkmeirer. •TA NAMtS OFFICERS The Future teachers of America met fast Monday evening. The program included a talk, by Jill Jensett, Reports on 'the state convention were given by. Randa HaMen and Phyllis Chef laid. Mary Lou Larsen reported ohTeacher of the Year, Officers were elected: President, Gary ..h; vice, Robert Mary Lou Larsen; treasurer, Mi', ke Jackson; parliamentarian, Lennie Hassel; and historian- Kathy Schadendorf. will be installed at tttkt month's meeting, May 2. 2, at 7:30 p.m., the FTA host a tea for all Mil, 9th, 10th, and llth grade students who are interested in becoming ichers and wish to join the 'A. There will be entertain- April ; 21 at 8 p.;m. -The ivw> act play is a situation comedy about '• a mountain boy ,-X from Georgia drafted 1 into the army. The cast for the play is.ViphiUip Ruger, Rodney! Jensen, Dennis Uthof, Irvin Blanchafd, Brian Meinz, Ivadelle jTietz, Alttn Marlow, DuWayne Luedtke,- Ivan Tietz, Duane Seegebarth,; Mark Geitzenauer, Mollie Blahchard, ment and refreshments. tO iOYS STATI Richard Shaw, Sentral high school junior and son of the Don Shaws, Fenton, has been selected as the Legion's delegate^to the 1966 Boy's State. Richard is a member of the Sen-; tral band and chorus, active in fo-Qtball, basketball and track, a member of the Student Council and a class officer. He is an active member of the Methodist Youth Fellowship and sings with Perry Eimers, Rachel Hurlburt, the Fenton Methodist Chiirch ~, , „ ..-i«_i_.i".v m«i.— youth choir. Selected as'alter- nate was Ervin Hoot, also r a Cheryl Dennis Krause, Brian Menz, Uthof, Rodney Jensen, Perry Eimers, and/ Judy <Kraft. The crew includes/ Janet Hammerstrom as student direetor; set Duane DeSart! and ;• Allen Hantelman, sound Ronnie Brekke and Perry Eimers; -lighting Marlen Smith and Phyllis Cher- ISLAND HOMESITES by the SEA A place to vacation... • place to retire... a profitablt investmtnt BAHAMA PALM SHORES ONLY 110 Mill! EAST OF FLORIDA ON LOVELY GREAT ABACO ISLAND ta thf tabled Bahamas W* 125' hemcsit** from only K«f«rane«t: 1st National Bank, Pompino Buck, $1Mf, terms $15 down, $15 "montli. No 1aX0», no Closing COSts. An enchanted world i-pf tropic splehdor, . soft trade- winds, Old World charm. 5V» miles of powder-pink beaches 60 ft. to 1450 ft. Fl».; Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Marth Harbour, Great Abaco; Dun &. 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NATION-WIPf "NO I-IMIT" GUARAMTif No llft'lt on months • Np limit on miles • No limit as to roads «No limit as to speed • For the entire life of trifttread • ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED against defects In workmanship and materials and normal road hazards, except repairable --•• '"'- '- I IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAIL§ UNDER THIS GUARANTEE any of more than 80,000 Goodyee/ dealers in the United States and Canada will make "Np ^MB ^U^ ^llr mUfj^ 9 Bkp^^BWeS THi fAFfTV MINOfD COMPANY Hilton Sinclair Service AIOQNA, IOWA r _. Sentrai junior and the Son of Urs. Opal Root. '•' 'j"',' •'•' "'.''•'. -^— Fenton Friendly Neighbors club met Saturday at Elsie Dreyer's with Louise Direyeir co- hostess. There Were nineteen members present. The group voted, five dollars to the Cancer Fund, they also distributed Easter boxes to several shuWns Lena.Luedtke and Dort Ranney had the program. April birthday was Beatrice Langerman Guests w:ere Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mrs: Gene Tietz and Mi chaeJ. Si. Luke's Aid of Fairville met Wednesday with Rev. Bliss leading devotions. Mrs. Winstoj Kerber led the topic. April end With Mrs. Esther Frank and the Don Shaws. Wayne Stoebet and Don«Ya< ger spent several days of Eife ter vacation with their parenU, the Wilfred Stoebers artd the Clarence VagefS. They returned to Ames Sunday. The Don Shaws left Sunday (or Rapid City, S.D., to atteflS the funeral of Don's aunt. Don's parents, the Claude Shaws, had been caring for her since Ju* ly' i. ' Last Sunday the Marion Stuc* Ids and Wilfred Stoebers were guests of the Richard Shields, Spencer. The Arnold Hantelmans were Easter visitors at Norman .Bellinger's. ' : . • The Ernest Berklande recently visited the Rev, Samih IsnUr family at Bismarck, N.D. Sunday they attended the Lutheran church of the Cross t services which Rev. Ismir conducted. In the evening they attended a choir cantata at the church. They also visited the new airport, an art show and the zoo". The Raymond Stoebers! re- ently returned from /, three months including a jet flight to lawaii for several weeks. Re- urning they picked up/ their car for an extended tour of California, Las Vegas, 'Nevada, nd Arizona/Their son,' the Er- fin Kussulkes, St. James, Minn., accompanied them to' Hawaii and flew home from, Arizona early in February. Palm Sunday, the Raymond Stoebers 11 'attended the oonffrv mation of'their granddaughter, Debra Kussulke, at St. Paul's Svahgelitill 'Lutheran church' at St. James';''Minn. • The Floyd Bpllrngers, Wauke- jan, 111., .were Easter weekend ;uests of the Allen Bollingers. The Fred Mortensens were weekend guests' of their daughter, the Barrel Householders, Omaha. Springs, Cola, visited last week here and in Algona with rets* Raster a Fisctl family g *as held It f ony Wey- dett'i. others attending were Mrs, Cathrine Fl?ch, Algona, the Ray Thilgeses, Delmer jftathe*, from here, Duane Weyderti, Bode, and Jirtf Harms**, West Bend. ' % * lj Marion Kohlhaas spent several days the first of the week with Nancy Ringsdorf in Des Moines. The George 'Hams, Ames, spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. Ham's parents, the Ed Bormartns. The Albert Thilgeses have a soft born April 9 in Mercy hospital in Mason City. This is the first boy in the Thilges family. They have six girls. . The Nick Qormanns, Livermore, and Mrs. Will Thilges, Algona, are the grandparents. City. falter Mrs. BftmS &hfnidt were i* *J fcef, Bessie, the Roger , Ronald, Dentil* And Niti* cy t So. St. P«ui, and her son John - DaleyS were his mother,, Mrs. Maty Daley, lite brother the Wit' bur Daley*, St. Benedict, Mr*. fidfti Leigh and dughter di Mason City, weekend letter Mrt, Georgia Barton Ann were her irte verne Offers, WhitewAte was set'for the spring cleanihj of the church. May 9 or 10 we re set as dates for the Mother Paughter banquet; A committee was selected on materials and cost of new. altar cloths. Mor< plans and f ,^J(c^i«n^pe,^' for the Mission Fair. Hostesse were Mrs. Orvill Weiner ani Mrs. Gene Wegener. Easter guests of the Cliff or Douglases were the Merle Voigts, Franklin Muellers, Peggy and Lois Voigt, Cedar Falls, and Arlen Steigeh, Waterloo. Easter weekend guests at Ef- nest-Ruske's were the Ward Ruskes, Le Grange Highlands, 111., and Lynn Ruske, Madison, Lu Verne Fern Blfjfnft and the Ernest Olesens, Coltinv- bus, Neb. Mrs. A Linda, dndl and Vicky Baiter guests of Mrs. Glen Rift* harti Ut Mason City, mother of Mrs. Bauingartoier, Th» Den Meyers Us, spent the weekend their parents, the Harold Mey ers, LuVerne, and Arnold Hei» ses, Corwith. Don is student at Control Data in Minneapolis. The Frank OrenbMhs had at Easter guests their daughter Ruth Ann, the W. Dale Bray- torn, Sheffield. Easter fuests of the Verne r ., the Marion mother and »l»tef mid bfdtlier of Mrs. Verne Daley, Llrtd* Otity, ttudent at Off ke, Des Molrtes, visited her flftr. etftf the Verne Daleys Friday to Sunday. The Ray Agarcfo were Easter guests of her parents the Cyril Woodsons, Eagle Grove. The Earl Orenbachs, Hayfield, Minn., 1 were Saturday guests of his parents the Frank GronbachSv Mrs, Jessie Stripling had guests over, the weekend for 'her birthday April, 9. Present were THIS SUMMER WITH »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»•»»»••*»» Si Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner The John, Thuls observed birthdays Easter with a family dinner and supper in the K.C. hall. The Bert Thuls, Regina Sask., and Mrs. Nessie Templeton, Manor, Sask., Canada, were among guests, with 60, in attendance. ,s Mrs;"< N.i,J. Weydert and Sheryll, and Barbara and Dick Red- Wis. Mrs. Ida Dreyer, the Darrel Dreyers, and Duane Dreyers, Humboldt, were Easter guests; of the Rjdger Dreyers, Sioux City. Brent Dreyer, son of the Roger Dreyers, had been a guest of Mrs. Ida Dreyer and the Ralph Walkers, Whittemore, for the week and returned home with, the Dreyers Sunday. ; The Norman Bollingers were Friday guests of the Wayne Bol- lingers, Lone Rock. The Eldon Hantelmans went to Fowler, III, for the Easter weekend with their daughter, the Don Benrymans, Easter guests of the Kenneth Bollingers were the Allen Bol- lingers, Peter Koencks, Floyd igers, Waukegan, 111., the Tietzes, Mrs. Marqueit Weisbrod, Harvey Bollinger, and the Wayne Bollingers, Lone .weekend with Harlan Weydert at Chanute Field, 111. son of the N. J. Weyderts, Garrigan high school graduate, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas, and is, attending jet engine school at Chanute for the next 11 'weeks. The Lee Nepples, Iowa City, spent the Easter weekend with Mrs. Nepple's parents, the Orville Wagners. Mary Lou is spending the Easter vacation home from Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids. • Virgil Wagner spent the Easter vacation last week here with his mother, Mrs, Adeline Wagner, from Iowa City where he is a junior. Kristine Plathe, daughter of Rock, The Howard Rabeys, Cedar Falls, and Bob Johansens, Min neapoUs, spent the Easter week- her children; >th> Kenneth Striplings, Newell, daughters Sandra Stripling, Deis Moines, and Becky, the Dwayne Tobeys, Readlyn,-the Clem Striplings and the Sherman Arends,. LuVerne. Sandra brought her mother a toy white poodle. The Herbert Huffs; Spring field, 111., were Easter weekend guests of their parents the David Huffs, LuVerne, and Mike Wilts, Jefferson. The Gerald Ramuses, Lu Verne, his aunt the Fred- Hinit- zes, Livermore, visited Sunday in Des Moines with their father and brother Arthur Ramus. They took the. two month old twin daughters Lone and Lisa of the Ramuses to see their grandfather. Mr. Ramus is in ill health and is-at the home of his son, the Don Ramuses, in Des Moines. J.J. Club met with. Mrs. Faye Lichty April 8 with nine members present. Election of new officers took place: Mrs. Albert Hefti, president; 'Mrs.: Duane Neal, vice; Mrs.. Herman Schulz, sec.-, and Mrs. Bryan Stewart, treas. The lesson on Easter was by Mrs. Ed Elbert who also had he entertainment. Irvin H. Chapman and daugh- *r Cheyenne, Ames,, were visitors in LuVerne Thursday and Friday. Visitors Tuesday to Friday with the Harrison Cords were their daughter Mrs. Robert Sheets, Cindy, Robert and Mathew, and their son, Patrick Cord, all of Des Moines. Mrs. Faye Lichty was a Easter weekend guest with her son the De Ray Liehtys in Ma- COf.OJVf/lC AIR CONOITIONIN: the Milford Plathes, spent the Easter vacation with her parents from Clarke College, Dubuque, where she is a freshman. Rosalie Illg, daughter of Mrs. Rosalia Illg, freshman at Briar Cliff college, spent the Easter vacation at home. Phil, Bormann, son of the Clarence Bormanns, and Randy Kpllasch, son of the E. J. 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