Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 15
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Senlral Music Mothers name new directors Fenton — Sentral Music Mother^ Wet last week and elected new board members for the 1966-67 school year: Mrs. Ken heth Johnson, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Lyle Newel and Mrs. David Berkland. Directories of Zip Codes of the entire United States including Alaska and Hawaii were received by the group. They are to be sold by members of the grade school and Junior high bands with the student selling the most directories receiving a $2 cash prize. Final plans were made for serving the Junior-Senior banquet. The group voted pins to all graduating senior musicians and to add their names on plates to the. award plaques in the display cases at the school. They also decided to give individual awards to all students Who received number one ratings in vocal and band contests. If a student received more than one number one rating he will receive as many awards as he received ratings. Since the group voted to give the awards to vocal students also, it was decided to have one money raising project during the year to pay for these awards and to have the mothers of the vocal students help with the project. Mr. Jones, band director, gave music dates. The large groups contest will be held at Pocahontas April 22 and 23. Times are Boys Glee club at 8 p.m. Fri day; Girls Glee club at 9:45 a.m Saturday; mixed chorus at 11 a.m. Saturday; and the band at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Spring concert will be held at Sentra May 5. 4-H News ALGONA A. O.K. Algona A,- O.K. 4-tt settlor girts met at Judy Thomson's Apfll 15 for a Workshop. Mrs. Lawrence Menke, Bancroft, came to help the girls. Mary Mcfevoy began Work on her 4-H uniform. Judy Berger.is working on a two piece suit. Judy fhomsen, Sharort Mehheke and Judy Berger ar4 making plans for spring form* als. This was the last of threri workshops. One was held at Mary Jane Berger's and later iii March at Susan McBvoy's. There are 28 members. Mrs. McEvoy & Mrs. Berger are leaders. Mrs. Limbaugh is sewing project lea der. PLUM CREEK ELITE The April meeting of the Plum Creek Elite was at Lindi ardner's April 9th. Roll cal was answered by i3 members Patti Marshall is a new member An illustrated talk was given by Diane Bode, and a demonstra Jon was given by Anne'tte Gil bride. Guest mother was Mrs Glen Gabrielson. the next meet ing will be May 14. for the an nual Mother's Day Tea. Patric Bode is reporter. ean, Mary, Denny, and DarylGisch. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. ___ 75 45 Bernie's Rec. 70V2 Cunningham Cafe __ 69 51 Fenton Elevator 61 Bode Elevator 60 59 60 LUVERNE LIVE WIRES I LuVerne Live Wires met ort April 16 with Teresha Gilligan. Vice-president Zelda Witzel opened the meeting. Sewing workshops will be started. Talks were given by Sharon Shorey, and demonstrations were given by Teresha Gilligan and Zelda Witzel. Reporter is Zelda Witzel. CRESCO BOYS Cresco Boys met April 18 at the Extension office. David Sabin reported on 4-H day and presented the ribbon to the club. Information was given on record books, and rural life Sunday will be May 15. Roger Hiemstra was a guest. Talks were given by Kevin Roethler and Mark Elbert. Lunch was served by Borden's Dairy ____ 48V 2 67Vz Seven Up _ ________ 48 68 Elk Cleaners _______ 43 77 High Team Series Borden's Dairy __________ 2917 High Series Wally Erdman ____________ 562 High Game Wally Erdman ___________ 223 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil _________ 82 34 Lindsay ____________ 80V 2 35V 2 Fareway — -------- 75 41 Hamm's ____________ 59V 2 56V 2 bairy Queen ______ 58 58 ohnson House ____ 53 59 Frederick Hdwe. __ 50 66 Vogel's Cardinal — 49 63 bast to Coast _____ 49 67 Gambles ___________ 48 J / 2 67% V.F.W. _____________ 46V 2 69V 2 Everds Bros. _ ______ 41 75 High Team Series tereway _: -------- . — ----- 2544 High Series "American Security Council Report" Of The Air Monday Thru Friday At 5:25 P.M. en KLGA RADIO The daily battle against communism Moderators: Dr. Walter H. Judd, Ex-Senator, Minnesota Thomas Dodd, Senator, Connecticut Current Topics: "Viet Nam" "Nationalist Chinese Strategy" "Red China" "Anti-Missile Defense" LIVELY — INFORMATIVE — INTERVIEWS WITH WORLD LEADERS High ton* Women—Betty Jergens _•_' 18* Men—Jerry Jefgetis 246 GRANDMOTHERS W <irk's Shoe Store __ 67 Charlie's Sup. Club 59 Modernistic 39 L 29 37 57 69 Twinco 27 High Strict Helen Kirkland 53 High Gamt Helen Kirkland ______-^ 20 Lil Levy picked up the Bij Four Split on Sat. Nile Mixec 1 Doubles No. 1. Bears finish SthinCYO track Sunday Garrigan high school placed fourth in the 5-team Class A division of the llth annual CYO relays held Sunday at Sioux City. Charlotte Baldwin 562 High Game harlotte Baldwin 211 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics _ 79V 2 36V 2 Hamm's No. 2 69 47 Carnation, Milk 66y 2 49V 2 Hub Clothiers 63V 2 52Vfe Pettits 62 50 Algona Lanes 49 67 Hamm's No. 1 38V 2 77V 2 M & D Auto 32 80 High Team Series Hamm's No. 2 2959 High Series Don Petersen 593 High Game Frank Moulton 221 SAT. NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Bjustroms 75 49 Chrome'G'afe" il^i-'i* 7BV2- 46'/2'- Viking Oil 67 57 Vo. la. Appliance __ 61V 2 62V 2 'aylor Motor 58V 2 65V 2 & D Auto 57y 2 66V 2 Druggist Mutual ___ 53 67 Algona Barbers 50 74 High Team Series Algona Barbers 2265 High Series Women—Nancy Sands 491 Men—Jim Kelley — 576 High Game Women—Nancy Sands 194 Men—Hank Geilenfeld 224 Best showing for the Bears was the 2-mile relay team which placed second. Two others, the nile and medley, ended up in third place. Garrigan will send a team to the Spencer Relays Friday of this week. The Bears finished with 25 points, two more than last place LeMars Gehlen but far behind! winning Heelan of Sioux City's 121. Carroll Kuemper was seer ond with 71 and St. Edmond's placed third with 33. THE BEAR two-mile quartet consisted of Dave McCarthy, Kevin O'Brien, Bob Schrnitt and Bill Obrecht. Obrecht also chored the medley team with Tom Black, Neil Nurre and Dick Bleich also running. The third >lace mile relay had Jim Young- virth, Bleich, Bill Reding and Mark Goetz. Other Bear points were pick- New teachers are hired for Sentral school Ftnton — Kenley Zwiefel presently teaching music at Graettinger, has been hired by Sentral to teach junior high and senior high vocal music hex year. Mr. Zwiefel will replace Mrs. Warren Jones who resigned recently. Zwiefel is a 1958 graduate of the Sentral Schools. Lewis Finch, Sentral principal, has been hired to coach football next season with James Jackson as assistant. Mrs. Floyd Hutzell, Algona, has been hired to teach art on a part time basis (three days a week) in both the elementary and high school grades. Clayton Wolfe, former Sentral teacher, has been rehired to teach high school sciences next year. Mr. Wolfe studied at the university of North Dakota last year. This leaves three vacancies in the teaching staff for the Sentral Schools. They are: junior and senior English, economics, general business, office practice and shorthand; and second grade at Fenton. LAYMEN MEET Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's church met Tuesday with William Hantelman in charge. He discussed the topic "Profanity". The LLL Membership drive teams reported 58 new members. The LLL rally HEY THERE WAKE UP! James Bond SAT. NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Colony Inn 78V 2 45M> Algona Lanes 73 51 Algona Plb. & Htg. 67 57 Fenton Lockers 64 60 Northrup King 63 61 Consolidated Co-op. Creamery 61% 62V 2 High Team Series Colony Inn 2252 High Series Women—Delores Earners 501 Men—Soup Briggs 566 . next fall, is a former first-latin all-state quarterback but MS been a key cog'in the Drake defensive unit the past, thlee seasons. Last yeAfjHe lext the^ with three' Ihter^tiefiS'; 14 punts back for 73 yards and added 18 kickoff returns for a big 388 yards. He is considered drte of the "surest" taclklers oh the squad. St. John's wins first game on no-hitter Bancroft — St. John's high school opened its Spring baseball season by defeating Corwith-Wesley, 7-3 last week. Dick Diers and Steve Vaske cotnbln ed to hurl a no-hitter for the Johnnies. Bancroft collected seven hits including two singles and a dou ble by Vaske and a double and single by Diers. John Meyer.also hit for the winners while Chuck Farrow had four straight walks Bancroft has a 10-game sprint schedule including two games with Garrigan late in May. Three games scheduled this week were rained out. DATE M-D BANQUET The CDA court 283 will hold a Mother-Daughter banquet Tuesday, May 3 at the K. C. Hall. Dinner will be at 6:30. Please phone reservations to Lorena Frideres or Beatrice Miller by April 27th. (fawa] THURSBAf, 'I: Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in pictured a- CANCEL MEETS Algona and Garrigan athletic and banquet will be at LuVeme hove, will be one of the Drake tam | were cancelled out of May 1 at 6:30. Tickets not wan- " ! !i ---"--" -* "---' ted are to be returned by April 21. The group voted to play the expenses for the Confirmation class trip to Concordia college at St. Paul this weekend. A lunch of home-made ice cream was served by the losing team in the recent membership drive. University football players that meets Tuesday ^6 Bulldog will parfacipate in. a^umque wind- lf team was V have met Es- up to ^pring practice^Monday f herville there and ^ Bear May 9. The^game will be played track team was to have partici- at Mason City and will be, a ted in the H umboldt Relays. chanty affair, sponsored by the Both events were post p Oned be _ Mason City Lions club. It will be cauge of the wea t her . 6d.'up by Tom Wagner, 5th, high hurdles; Jerry McCarthy, 4th, mile run; 4th place finishes for ;he 880 and 440-yard relays; and Bill Reding's 4th in the 440-yard run. Garrigan failed to place in any of the field events. Algona last in Eagle Relays Algona high school finished a distant last hi the Class B division of the Eagle Grove Relays Friday. The Bulldogs could pick up only nine points while all five other teams in the division had between 64 by winner Bel for fifth place mond to 5iy 2 Hampton. Only Bulldog points were won by Kevin Hoover with a fifth in the shot put and by the medley and mile relay teams which fin ished third and fifth respective iy. The Bulldogs will compete in the Spencer Relays this week. at 7:30 p.m. at Roosevelt Stadium and will be a regular 60-1 minute contest. Waller, a senior! EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Recent overnight guests of the Roger Frinks were the Dennis Frinks. Plans are being made for 8th grade girls from St. Luke's Lu- heran church at Fairville to make a trip to Concordia col- ege at St. Paul for Career Day Rev. Clifford Bliss of St. Cuke's attended the regional conference at Newell Tuesday and Wednesday. The Concordia College band of Seward, Neb., will give a concert at 8 p.m. April 23 at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. A free will offering will be taken. Area churches are invited. Kristine Bellinger,, daughter of the Norman Bollingers, was recent overnight guest of her grandparents, the Kenneth Bollingers. Sunday guests of the Ervin Ruhnkes, Burt, were the Dale Voigts, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls, the Melvin Berklands and William DeWalls, Fenton. The Alex Fremlings, Washington, D.C., have been vacationing at Amos Berkland's, Cylinder. The Berklands are Mrs. Fremling's parents. Friday guests at the Berklands were the Melvin Berklands and Karen. Good-will Bags were distributed by the Boy Scouts to all homes in Fenton Saturday. The Scouts ask that the bags be filled and on the porch for pickup Saturday, April 23. & The Agents ARE BACK! Friday, April 22nd DANCING STARTS AT 9:00 P,M, COMING FRIDAY, APRIL THE TITRATWNS THE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS - BICYCLE OWNERS SATURDAY, APRIL 23 ALGONA'S ANNUAL PET PARADE t BICYCLE PARADE Dog licenses, rabies inoculations and bicycle licenses will be available at the City Hall and County Auditor's offices at the Court House. All dogs are ordered confined or on leash from midnight, Saturday April 23 to midnight, Saturday April 30. This will give the Police Department a chance to pick up all strays' and homeless dogs. 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