Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1966 · Page 8
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(tow) ABVANCI AMIL II. t*M posted Honor roll is for Algona high Seven Algona High School students and three Junior High school pupils were straight "A" students for the third quarter of the school year. Others on the honor roll numbered 163. The Straight "A" students are: seniors Mike Stillman and Phil Taylor; junior Clint Young; sophomore Tom Jones; freshmen Debra Huber, Rosemary Pendergast, and Linda Schlapia. On the honor roll are: Seniors — Bob Bradford Gregg Buchanan, Mark Conn Gary Lane, Dave Martin, Dan Merryman, Ron Nelson, James Peterson, Tom Ricklefs, Tom Samp, Dale Teeter, Dennis Breidert, Arlene Anliker, Sally Bay Linda Cooper, JoAnn Cox, Eli ana Febles, Sandi Haag, Kathy Hatch, Jacquelin Ldmbaugh, Jeanne Malueg, Barb Medin, Sharon Menneke, Sue Moulton, Shari Nelson, Marty Pendergast, Margaret Schutter, Helen Skow, Darlene Stevenson, Sharon Sundet, Carol Teeter, Judy Thornsen, Elizabeth Wolter,, and Cheryl. Rusk.:'-., .- . .'...::,:;:::..... , ..... . ; .. Juniors — Tom Claude, Chris Opnn,vDjennis Georg, David Gerber, Paul" McBride, Roger Menneke, Larry Munger, Jim Schutter, Steve Waller, fe Rpger ( Wildin, Merlyn Metzger, ; Rosemary Bullock, Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Sandy Harmes; Donna Kehyori, Virginia Kleih, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, Ka- tWe Morz, Marilyn Paetz, Carol Sloniker and Dana Hartman. Sophomores — Jeff Allen, Steven: Anderson, John Frederick, Jim Jorgenson, Dale Pe- derseny • ; Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger, Robert Sigsbee, Cathy Chrischilles, Virginia Deal, Donnf Fisher, Wendy Gardner, Sara Huber, Beverly Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Janice Roeber, Linda Ross, Sue Samp, Judy Scobba and Niki Wegner. , Freshmen — Tim Black, Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, Jay Geving, Max Laird, Ward Leek, David Rildy, 'Mark Snyder, Todd Treganza, Terry Ziesman, Julie Hungate, Linda Allen, Linda Bonhett, Kathy Buchanan, Susan Dodds,,. Becky Fisher, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Rosemary Hutchison, Jean Jorgenson, Miriam Kautsch, Debbie Logan, • Kathy McBride, Felice Norman, Judy Sigsbee, Karla Sjogrea, Kathy Skow and Peggy F/Vs# Presbyferian confirmation class ' r '•> , , ^r, •* ,. . .^' , , , n the *rt of showing ftpedmem, arranging them trti.Mieaily, *nd malting cofiige*. FOURTEEN MEMBERS of the Confirmation Class of the First Presbyterian church in Algona are pictured after confirmation exercises in which Rev. Walter Morz officiated. Front row, left to right are Cindy Hansen, Barbara Colwell, Sharon Hicks, Rebecca Egel, Virginia Hardgrove, Kristine Easter and Karen Baker. Back row, left to right, are Jim Carlson, Steven N. Schultz, Steven Leonard Schultz, Rev. Walter Morz, Pat Elbert, Lynn Schmidt, Dennis Guster. and Bruce Marshall. Photo by Long's Studio. is now available for three grains Reseat has been announced for three farm-stored grains after 1966 maturity dates, according to Richard 1. Anderson, Chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation. Kos- stith Committee. The reseal program will enable farmers to continue price- support loans and earn storage payments on 1965 crops of grain sorghum, barley, and oats. Iti addition, loans on 1964 crops of the three grains and on the 1963 crop of grain sorghum now under reseal may be extendec for another year. Loans on 1962 crop of grain sorghum and on 1963 crop of barley and oats now under reseal will not be Robert Knudsen, Ronnie Medin, Dan Menneke, Rick Nielsen, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, Don' Sindelar. Robert Stillman, Vicki Anderson, Cheryl Bird, Sherry Bulten, Marjorie Dailey, Linda Darbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn Ericksori^ Gail Kirkland, Nancy Haag, Diane Logue, Zittritsch. 7th Grade — David Charles James Harris, Bruce Johnson Linda Marshall, Kathrin Peterson, i Judy Riedel, Judy Sabin, Peggy Sabin, Carol Smith and Maria Wittkopf. 8th Grade — Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Gary Gade, Gary Hageh, Thomas Laing, Bruce Marshall, Stephen Merryman, Bruce Mueller, Steven L. Schultz, Gerald Whittemore, lone Metzger, Lynn Buchanan, Marilyn Dau, Becky Devine, Kristine Easter, Janice Farrow, Christine .Groe'n, .Marlene Groen, Cindy Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hix, Diana Levy, Becky Mino, Marcy Moen, Jane Sabin, Jan Schulz and Kathy Taylor. Services held Saturday for Mrs. Hinton, 56 ' Funeral service/for Mrs. Taylor Hinton, 56, Humboldt, were held Saturday at the United Presbyterian church with Rev. Kay Mills, Goldfield, officiating. Mrs. Hinton was hospitalized Tuesday after a heart attack and died late Wednesday night. Survivors bss'ides her husband who is hospitalized with pneumonia are two sons and two daughters: James, Algona; Jerry, Clarion; Mrs. L. Borel Des Moiaes; and Mrs. Robert Sharp, Ankeny. Bulldog The Cadette Corps recently elected co-captains for next year. Carol Sloniker and Connie Darbyshire were elected. Also Liana Bishop, Debbie Laws, and Janice Limbaugh were elected managers for the group. —AHS— Brenda Sjogren, Carol Sloni- cer, Lark Whittemore, Connie Darbyshire, Margaret Utt, Jane Eraser, and Marilyn Paetz are .he members of a newly formed group of junior girl singers under the direction of Mr. George. The girls will-be featured at the spring vocal concert and will sing at the prom. —AHS— Today, Monday, the high school concert band traveled to Ulear Lake to attend the conference band festival. Clear Lake, Webster City, and Hamp;on along with Algona attended. This year's festival was marked by the performance of a select band composed of members from each of the bands attending. Algona has twenty band members in the special group inclu ding Kitty Hardgrove, Sally Bay, Carol Teeter, Kathie Morz, Donna Kenyon, Jean Abbott, Sara Huber, Brad Kraft, Wayne Christiansen, Judy Thomsen, Linda Meehlhause, Linda Ruhnke, Daryl Johnson, Dave Gerber, Dennis Georg, John Snyder, Karl By SALLY BAY Morz, Tom Jones, Greg Powell and Terry Chamberlain. —AHS— Saturday evening, April 23, the Algona High Drama department will present "Kind Lady", a three-act drama. The production will be the final performance for the seniors in drama, and promises to be a suspenseful evening of entertainment. Tuesday -AHS— night the Future museum pieces! Teachers, of America held their installation for next year's officers. Featured at the installation was a short drama produced and directed by FTA mem- bars Cheryl Rusk and Kitty Hardgrove. Cast members included Sue Moulton, Jean Maleug, Carol .Sloniker, Clint You; ng, Tim Black, Bill Burt, Craig Taylor, Kathy Hatch, Rich Bla : ck, and Dennis Richter. The s'e; nior club members received the club pin. Cheryl Rusk was honored with the FTA Award Pin, Parents and teachers attended the installation followed by refreshments in the Annex.! Record crowd for opening of show No charges filed in two minor mishaps Two minor accidents occur- ed Thursday. The first at about 4:10 p.m. involved cars driven yy Lois, Shimel, Algona and Lil lian Bennett, West Bend, at the intersection on Dodge street by the Dairy Queen. The Shimel car was going south on Dodge and the Bennett car was going east and turning south on Dodge. The letter's vision was blocked by two parked cars. Damages are estimated at $100 to the Shimel car and $75 to the Bennett car. No charges were filed. The second accident occurred about 7:45 p.m. Thursday evening, involving a truck driven, by George B. Cole, Ft. Dodge and a oar driven by Emma L. Sindelar, Algona. Cole was backing out" at the intersection of extended. Under the reseal program, Bod* Mr. and Mrs, Keith price-support loans on farm- stored grains are extended beyond the maturity date. The loan maturity date for grain sorghum was March 31, and farmers should notify the ASCS county office immediately if they wish to reseal this crop. For barley and oats, loans will mature April 30. Maturity date, for corn loans is July 31, so no decision is being made at this time regarding the reseal program for corn. No reseal program is planned for 1965-crop soybeans in 1966-67 since carryover stocks probably will continue to be small relative to utilization. Storage rates will be set la ter and will be available at the ASCS county office. If a farmer delivers or redeems his resealed grain before the end of the 1966-67 storage period, his storage payments will be basec on the number of months the grain is in storage. As in the past, reseal loans are subject to 'call by the Commodity Credit Corporation at any time. . Current reseal loans on 1962 Holland of Bode announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Lee to Harry L. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson, Malin, Ore. Miss Holland, a 1965 graduate of Twin Rivers ligh school at Bode, is now attending Pasadena City College n Pasadena, Calif. Mr. Wilson s serving in the U.S. Navy. A July 24th wedding is planned. T'hayer Street and the Johnson crop of grain sorghum and on CLUt MAI MUTING Iflte FOUf Cornet* Mothers and Daughters dub met it lot- rtU Brooder's with Mfcfgyft Bjurtrom assisting. Household hints were shared is 19 members tnd three gUefrtaJMWwerWJ roll call. Evelyn McNeil and Grace Bjustrom were appointed to investigate the purchase of stainless silverware. Ren* Cruikshank read "The Church Recessional" and a poem for Charter Cheer, Evelyn McNeil and Euk Rich had the lesson on Cooking for Two. ? Herlinda Kirsch talked On Civil Rights, The May meeting will be at Herlinda Kitsches and there will be an auction of homemade articles, either food or other items of a dollar value. HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Kathryn Sorenson was honored for her birthday Thursday evening at a planned pot hick dinner in the apartment Of Flora Tiss. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cook, Helma Proper, Lela Henderson, Esther Quimby, Mary Schwauber, Audrey Frye, and Ruth Kuyper. The residents of Cook Apartments have monthly birthday dinners. Recent visitors at the Archie Etolland home were the Ralph Hollands, Eagle Grove and the Alvin Hollands, Eau Claire, Wis. Good Will bags distributed at Bart Burt — Cub Scouts, Den Mothers and Cubmaster Bernard Miller will distribute Good Will bags Saturday to all homes in Burt. The bags are for donations of good wearable or repairable clothing and small household appliances for the handicapped .workers at Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. The Burt Boy Scouts, under leader Harley Troutman, Jr., Scoutmaster, will pick up the filled bags the next Saturday, April 23. Bags are to be left in front of homes by 8:30 a.m. No magazines or newspapers are AT CEDAR RAPIDS WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder, Jo Ellen and Bill attended the wedding Saturday of Lynn Bur- fcart and Richard Hendryx ' at St. Mathews Catholic church in Cedar Rapids. Jo Ellen left Sunday by plane from Cedar Rapids to return to St. Teresa College at Winona, Minn. The ice tongs ,,, fan , ,. washboard .. , sadiron ... kerosene lamp ,,. and many more things that once were gomroon to every household are museum pieces today, The reason? low-cost electric service Literally dozens of electric servants are at your beck and call to* day, serving you more efficiently ,.. more economically, at just pennies a day. Nothing you buy does more to bring you better, brighter living than low-cost electricity—the magic, modern servant that works for vpy around the clock! Algona Municipal Utilities sports The second North Iowa Sport- arama opened Friday with a crowd of about 1200 adults and children. Opening day is usually considered a "work day" for ex- libitors and usually with small House and failed to see the Sindelar auto. Damages to the Sindelar car are estimated at $35. T'tiere was no damage to the truck and no charges were filed. 4-H members to get gladiola bulbs Fifty 4-H members will be given about 2,000 gladiola bulbs at the Extension office Monday. They will be donated by mem- bars of the North Central Iowa Gladiola Society of which Mrs. John Schimmel is president. Ted Charles will pass out the bulbs and literature on planting and care of the bulbs. Originally the Gladiola Soci' ety had planned a bulb auction at the Alano Club Rooms on April 23. Because of the inter est shown by the 4-H'ers there will be no sale of bulbs as the supply will be depleted. Sometime in the latter parl of July, Frank Meine will meet attendance, so the first day was, w ith the group and explain the rallied as one beyond the expec-! process of hybridizing and tations of the sponsoring Izaak commercial growing. Before the Walton League. annual Gladiola show and the Free camping facilities were Rossuth, County Fair the novice used Friday night by about 250 'gladioli' growers will be trainet persons in 50 trailers from terloo, Hampton, Mason City, Osage, and Algona to mention a few. All 38 registered exhibitors were on hand — not on© cancelled/out. Two years ago the show was held in the Armory at. the Fairgrounds. This year there was much more space and more adequate accommodations with the Floral Hall and connecting tent. Two men who ordinarily fok low sport show circuits with exhibits stopped in to see the local Spontarama. They had not registered nor planned to exhibit here. Both commented they thought the North Iowa Sporta- rama was not the biggest, but the BEST. Most shows have booths and a boxed-in appearance. They were impressed by the informal arrangement and its effectiveness, and asked to be notified another year so they could join the exhibitors. These- men compared the Algona shovf to Fremont, Neb., Des Moinesi Omaha, Neb., Siou* City, and Minneapolis, Minn. They had n« idea that AJgona was large en* ough to have such a successful and well attended Sportarama. MAYOR ATTiNPS MifTINQ Mayor Bill Finn attended meeting Th.ursd.ay of the Northwest Iowa Mayor's Association at Storm Lake, of which he is pres,:? ideal. Members of the Iowa Development Commission participated in the meeting. New census taking was discussed. 1963 crops of barley and oats will mature upon demand by JCC, but not later than the end of the 1965-66 storage period tor each of the crops. As a normal practice in the reseal operation, the older crops are periodically dropped from the program to lessen the probability of deterioration and put the in position for movement into various outlets before loss or deterioration occurs. Chairman Richard I. Anderson points out that the reseal program facilitates the holding of stocks of grains on the farm for feeding or shipment as demand develops without unnecessary handling or freight charges. It also is important to have some supplies available in such decentralized storage for disaster or defense reasons. TURCHIN HONORED Walter J. Turchin, Algona, has been selected to be included in the publication "Outstanding Young Men of America' sponsored by the Montgomery, Alabama Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Turchin has been extremely active in the local Jaycee chapter, serving as its treasurer last year and as secretary for the coming year PELTS — Dale Misel, Marengo, collected bounties on 66 fox pelts ane one wolf pelt he trapped and hunted this season. PLEDGED TO SORORITY Clara Schnakenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of Algona, was recently pledged to Delta Zeta social sorority at Iowa State University, Ames. She is a freshman majoring in interior design at the University. In observance of their 55th wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham will hold Open House at their home Sunday, April 24, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. Their children will sponsor the occasion. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mrs. J. F. Milder entertained her bridge club Wednesday. Eleanor Mowers won high and Arlene Owens was a guest. i n 1111111:11111111111111111111111111 n n n 11 Dr, J. G. Clapsaddle DENTIST will open his office for appointments Monday, April 18th PHONE 2854244 112 N. Thorington Algona, low* I'M i u m 111 ii i in i mi n I.M.H nun 1111 IIJIIH BE SURE TO SHOP FOR REDUCTIONS ON LADIES GOATS, SUITS AND DRESSES THIS WEEK AT THE... CHRISCHILLES STORE "SERVING K0S5UTH CQUNTY SINCE 1870" *- T r=«3^g3j7gr?-.T?|

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