Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1966 · Page 4
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iMweWA «*?*) AB^ANCI «•, Luexiet* of Itoriteiuma ttuglit ten bass in •bout one hour test month white fishing from the bank of Diamond Lake with a casting rod. largest catch was 7y* •$$'/;-. CARS 11965 1965 1965 11965 JJ965 I 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1963 1963 1962 1962 1962 1962 1961 1961 1960 1960 I960 1960 1959 BUICK 4-door LaSftbre, powar steering and brake*, red color, 15,COO actual miles. BUICK 4-door LeSabre, two-tone green finiih with White top, full power, 19,000 actual mile*. BUICK 2-door Hardtop, red with black interior, bucket seat* ,power steering, brake*, 11,000 actual mile* plus. BUICK LeSabre 4-door, da rk green, power steer* ing and brake*. CHEVROLET %-ton Pickup, Center Cab, Power- glide, power steering and brakes. BUICK Electra, full pwr., electric windows and seats, local car. CADILLAC 4-dooi Hardtop, full power and air conditioning. PONT I AC Grand Prix, 2- door hardtop, power steering and brakes, bucket seats, center console, automatic, factory air conditioning, 4 new tires. BUICK LeSabre, 4-door, automatic, radio; white in color, very very clean. BUICK LeSabre, 4-door, power steering A brakes, 25,000 actual miles. CADILLAC 4-door Hardtop, local one-owner car, full power and Air Conditioning. 35,000 actual miles, light tan color. OLDSMOBILE F-85 Station Wagon, 3-speed and Air Conditioning. PONTIAC Tempest, 4 door, V-8, automatic, new tires. MERCURY Meteor, 4-dr., V-8, automatic. RAMBLER American Convertible, stick shift, overdrive, 4 new tires. FORD Galaxie, 4-door, automatic, V-8. PONTIAC Catalina, pwr. steering and brakes, automatic. FORD Fairlane, 4-door, V-8, automatic, 4 new tires. FORD Station Wagon, V : 8, automatic. CHEVROLET 4 door Hardtop. V-8 A Power Glide. OLDSMOBILE Convert:- ble, power steering, brakes and radio, auto, trans. BUICK Invicta, radio, pwr. steering & Brakes. OLDSMOBILE, radio, pwr. steering & brakes. PONTIAC Bonneville, 4- door, hardtop, automatic, power steering and brakes. MIMMIMMMMMMMM Bear Facts By NEIL NURRE Garrigan participated in ,th« Humboldt Relays in Humboldt Wednesday, April 27. Saturday the track team will participate in The Bulldog Relays at Algona High. - —GHS— The Oarrigan Varsity end Girls Choruses traveled by bus to Milford, Friday, April 21 to attend the State Music Contest. Garrigan rated an excellent (II) rating. The choruses also attended the CYO Award Day held at Storm Lake Sunday, April 23. —GHS— Garrigan it considering •subbing a Dramatic Class next year. The class will take a full period and is open to Juniors and Seniors. It will take care of all plays etc. ,;',.: , • —CHS—' '. 'Congratulation* go out to Dick Bleich for breaking the school track quarter mile record with a time of :54.8 and Bill Reding,for tieing the former quarter mile record with a time of :54.9 at the Spencer Relays. The mUe relay record was broken for the third time this year as a team of Dick Bleich, Tom Black, Bill Reding, and Bill 0NE DOLLAR OR LESS buys a 3-minute station cafl to anywhere in the U. S. (except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after 8 p.m. or anytime on Sunday. Plus tax. Call tonight! Northwestern Bell SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS Home of CADILLAC • BUICK • PONTIAC — GAS FOR LESS — 1009 S. Phillips Algona, la. WHY RISK INFECTION from minor cuts, burns, scrapes? Mycitracirf OINTMENT • Protects against 28 infectious bacteria that may ba present on the skin. • Does not sting or stain. • Promotes healing. '1.58 HONSBRUCH DRUG "Your Rexell Drug Store" HAIL Insurance Gives Full Value When Nature Destroys Crops You withstand Nature's thicks on your crops when you have proper insurance. We'll show you how to guard your profits, come what may. INSURE FOR ASSURANCE BLOSSOM INSURANCE CO 109 N. Dodge AI 9 on», low* Phone 295-2735 35 0 attend Honors Banquet ' ._ .._.. _ *.- ! >., •"' >•'' 3 ' ' :, j I \ l ' •< ', .-'"•: '„•' . i,- ' ' . - ' Four area F,F. A, MOST OF THE honor students and their parents who attended the annual Honors Banquet at Garrigan high school are pictured. About 350 persons attended the banquet for high school students of Algona in the top 10 per cent of their class in scholastic averages. John Whitsell, Iowa Falls attorney, was the speaker-;''Don Hemmingsen, master of ceremonies; W. "Bing" MacDonald had the invocation;, and Glenn Graham led group singing. The students and their parents were introduced by principals of the two schools: Father Friedman of Garrigan high school and Elgin Allen b i Algona high school. The annual .affair is sponsored by the Lions, Rotary, Jaycees. Klwanis clubs and the Kossuth County,, Bar Assn.,, , ! , ( '..,.. . t , - , Photo by Poundstone. Obrecht ran it in 3:45.5. —GHS— . ;• •;.-,•' The Chemistry Class has been conducting, experiments the past week, on sulphur and .sulphur oxides. The class, will exhibit their projects May 16. —GHS— The Golf team with Fort Dodge on and with Mason City on Wednesday. Bancroft, Ledyard meet in sectional ,.•'•' -. " . • /;' ' •." ~ ' '' j'-V'". .Bancroft — Ledyard and Bancroft high schopl will meet this afternoon (Monday) in the had a meet g ame o f the Monday Neuman Gun club at Whittemore elects officers Whittemore — New officers were elected at the meeting of the Whittemore Gun Club last Tuesday night in the Legion Hall. About* 60 man enjoyed the Buffalo Feed'prepared by Bill Kollasch, Mrs. "Butch" Potratz; Mrs. "Hitchy" Petjt^ and Mrs Ervin Frink. .. Elected; were Erwin Siems, president; Ed Elbert, vice president; 'Jim Muller, secretary; and Mrs. Ervin Frink, treasurer, A clean-up program for the gravel pit was set for last Friday night., Mancil- HUrlburt, Swea City, and Lawrence : Bormann, LuVerne, members of the Kossuth County Gonseryation Board, explained the activities of this group in a special program. .-..'.. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Mew Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman visited Sunday afternoon with his sister, Mrs. Emma Oxley. Cynthia Weber, who attends college at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber. John Daniel Sr, is, a patient at the Hancock Memorial hospi tal in Britt. \ 4-H News IRVINGTON IDEALS Irvington Ideals 4-H Club me> April 16, with hostess Raobea Jenkinson, Carol Stebbins presided. Five visitors were pres nt. Discussions were held or the Mother's Day tea and fair list. Demonstrations were giver by Debbie PeOoy and Racea Advertise in the Advance — spring sec aseball tournament here after ,'C<fcli won easily in first round ;ames Thursday. ,. Ledyard dumped Rake 14-2 >nd Bancroft shut out tiurt o open sectional play. Ray Gov? rn knocked three hits and Bill ohnsc.i added a double to pace he Ledyard win. Ron Johnson ttered live Rake hits while Ledyard doubled this amount off Rake pitching. Bancroft edged Ledyard 3-2 in regular season game earlier ast week; '' 1 ** Letters to tlie Editor MUNGER OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger will be honored at an open House for their 25th wedding, Sunday, May 8, from 2 to 5 p.m. at therr home, 117 N. Roan. Hosting the occasion will be their children, Mrs. Neil Colwell, Ames, Judy, Rochester, Minn., Larry and Debbie at home. All relatives and friends are cordially invited. Three West Bend and a Bui Mo Center youth were among 201 Future Farmers of America (FFA) awarded "Iowa Farmer" degrees Friday at the annual State F. F. A, Leadership Conference at Cedar Falls. Honored were Eldon E. Banwart, H. T. Ludwig and Michael H. Miller of West bend and David Steinberg of Buffalo Center. The honor is the highest degree conferred at the state level on F. F. A. mem' oers. Buchanan and Mrs. Lowe to library board A plaque was presented to Jess Lashbrook in recognition and appreciation of his service in the Street Department at the regular meeting of the City Council Wednesday night. Bids for a new truck for the Street Dept. were read and the low bid of $2188.03 was accept ed from Kossuth Motor Co. Per mission was granted the Street Jept. to help grade the park ing area of the Good Samaritan Home. Elizabeth Lowe and Russell Buchanan were appointed to the Library Board. Approval was given for renewal of Tall Paul's liquor license and the City Attorney was authorized to amend the city plumbing code and present it at the next meet- Josef* L. gregatiofutl H dhrlMiiili STin ln*i fof 43 peak at the Fellowship K fflfeiid* Mall tilt first Congregational church Wednesday* May 4* after a potluck Supper at 6:30 p.m. The DUbiiC i* invited for his talk at :30 RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP Judy Munger, student nurse at Methodist Kahler hospital, Rochester, Minn., is the recipient of a $500 scholarship from the Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. Judy will be a senior next month and this is the third such scholarship she has received. She is the daughter of the Robert Mungers. THIRD BIRTHDAY ' ing. A written request was read and tabled on the closing of Williams street from McGregor to College street. The Algona Municipal Utilities quarterly report was read and placed on file. Dear Editor: The Algona Rotary Club wish es to extend its congratulations and thank you to the Advance »or the excellent coverage of ;he District Conference held iere> April 22 ari<i 23. You are ;o ba singularly commended for the, fine follow-up articles dur- ng the week following the mee- ,ing. We consider the Convention to have been a great suo :ess and hope that other communities of this size will also make this venture. Thank you again. Dr. Don Kingfield, Promotion Chairman, United Fund board names committees The. board 'of directors of the United Fund. for 1967 met Wednesday evening in the Druggists Mutual and committees were approved, Budget, , , Irving (Pudge)' Miller, chairman, Bertha Sundet, Harry Greenberg, Mrs, Kevin Nash, Jack Chrischilles, and Thelma Tschetter; Campaign, L, L. Riter, chairman, Du Wayne Klein, Fred Diekmann, Dick Ringsdorf, Elgin Al< len, Jim Geelan, Delia Welter and Jack Umbaugh; publicity, Lois Allen, chairman, Inez Wolfe, Sharon Cowan. IN HONORARY GROUP Mary Miqheie Cassel, daughter of the L. J. Cassels, Algona, was inducted into Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary journalism fraternity, at, the College of St. Teresa Sunday. There were eight others initiated. She was one pf largest PAID circulation! two from the class of 1968. We've just received another supply of — Oil) or slop in May «Algona Flour & Feed Lampright entertained at a supper lor their son, Craig, on his 3rd birthday . last Friday. Guests attending were the Leo Kollaschs, Joe Kings and the grandmother, Mrs. Marie Lampright, all Algona'; 'and. Mrs. Robert Lampright, Sandra, and Mrs. Eugene Murphy, Emmetsburg. Too Late To Classify WANTED Man for mill work and truck driving, Year round, top pay, vacation. Apply in person at Welp's Feed Mill, Bancroft, Iowa. 35-37 Lu Verne Fern Bigings COME BY PLANE Mrs. Sam Hanks,. Los Ange les, Calif., came Tuesday to visit her parents the William Hedricks. They made the trip to Fort Dodge Monday in their private plane. Mr. Hanks goes to rn'diahapSlis^iii-assist in' car races May 30. Both are sed pilots of planes. Mr. Hanks was a winner of midget oar racing some years ago. The Carl Hanselmans had •• weekend guests daughters and sisters the Larry Andersons and Eric, Mankato, Minn., and David Traugers, Ames. It was birthdays ofvMrs. Anderson and Mrs. Trauger.April"-21 and 22. Mrs. Laura Zweifel bed as • weekend guest her son Ronald Zweifel, Elmhurst, m. Ronald is employed at O'Hare Field. Mrs. Georgia Barton was admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for treatment. Canasta 8 met with Mrs. Clara MoClellan Monday. Mrs. Eli Eager was a substitute. At play, high, Mrs. Jess Jergensen and low, Mrs. A. A. 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