Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 9, 1966
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^gyWA i ^W^W**»VAW«'«W«V Bulldog Tales By SALLY BAY N*arly *ll of fht the past week were associated with "the Junior-Senior Prom "Jungle Mystique." Held Saturday night, May 7, the night's activities began with a banquet in the Annex for the juniors and' seniors, following the banquet, the Prom dance was held in the "beautifully decorated gym". At twelve-thirty Sunday morning, the troops were led to the theater. The show was followed by an ail-night party in the V.F.W. Congratulations, Juniors! Your prom was beautiful and' will long be gratefully remembered by the Class of '66. • . —AHS— Friday, May 6, the seniors, well; all but 37 brave souls who sat through six hours of study hall (?), boarded buses at five forty-five' a.m, for Veisha at , Ames: The tours for the day will include a barbeque and the performance of "Oklahoma" in the , evening. The buses - returned around one-thirty Saturday morning and were chaperoned by Miss Dannewitz and Mr. Ned . dleton. —AHS— , This is definitely th« party -season with graduation festivities approaching. Many of us , will be thinking in terms of , live music for some reason or another. Do not despair! Marjo Pomplun is willing and ready to perform for any size group on her accordian. Many of you perhaps did not know that she was so endowed with this un- MttMBAY, MAY ft.' known ability As a matter of fact, no' one knew until last week. —AHS— * Saturday morning and afternoon, the Guidance'Department administered the College . Entrance Examinations Boards, a series of tests required for; entrance by many colleges' and universities.' —AHS— This Mtnday evening the Future Teachers of America will meet at Call Park for a picnic. The annual event will be a high light for the years activities. —AHS— Tuesday of this week the 'members of the' Future Business Leaders of America will host a, ibanquet, for. prospective members in,the Annex..Anyone who-i,will carry" cane business course "next'year "is eligible to attend, as ,a prospective member. Guests of the club-at _,, the banquet will be Mrs. Kunkel, Mrs. Maahs, Mrs. Marshall, and Mrs. Reidel, Mr. Stephens is letting his wife come and Mr. Ullom thought Mrs. Ullom uld enjoy the evening sitting by her husband. —AHS— Monday, May 9, • five county Industrial Arts display will be staged in the high school gym. Students will display their various projects and be on hand to explain about them. —AHS— The annut I Junior High Vocal Concert will be held Tuesday May 10 in the auditorium. Narrators for the performance will be Barb Colwell and Jean Tay lor. The program, "Toyland" has been written by the eighth grade vocal music students. Besides vocal singing, the program will feature various dances choreographed by the students in their gym classes under the direction of Mrs. Mqxley. Vocal direction is under Mr. Georg. —AHS— Wednesday evening the Grade School, Junior High and High School Concert Bands will perform in the gym. Under the direction of Mr. Guster, each of similarity. Indeed, in Algoma, Wisconsin the principle of the high school is Alley Allen. This Mr. Allen and our Mr. Allen find themselves receiving each others mail. t 6 Girl Scouts qualified to givo eyo test Corwith — Six teen-age girls have set records for their home town, the Girl Scouts, and the National and Iowa Societies for the Prevention of Blindness. The Senior Girl Scouts and their advisor, Troop 155, Corwith, completed training in Des Moines last week to qualify as screeners for. two pre-school sight screenings • scheduled 'for : local children the first two Saturdays in June. They are the first Girl Scouts tn the nation to sponsor and become qualified for such an event. They were filmed at train- ng by WHO-TV and KRNT-TV, arid were photographed for ,an article in The Girl Scout Leader, national publication. 'They hope to screen every child entering kindergarten in LuVerne, Wesley. Corwith, Britt and Kanawha at the clinics. The screenings are especially aimed at 3-6 year old children. But parents are invited and urged to bring in any child up to 2 years of age who has not had a professionally-given eye test. Children from other towns are also, wel- com& to participate. The purpose of the screenings is! to find sight defects that, un- cbrrected at an early age, might result in permanent eye damage. The screeners, will not diagnose eye problems. ; Children who do not play the eye screening "game" successfully at one screening ( will be HAS ANNiVMSWIV , .* The Algoha Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi c6l?brit*d .the 35th anniversary '-of the organization's founding \ May 7 at 7 p.m. A banquet, wife held it the Country Glub. N*w member* received W«re Pentny Bradley, Phyllis George antl Francie Zeigler. ToMtmlftr<itt was IT- ma Dee Cook. Othftr program participants'.were Mifcia Neb son, De Anhe McGufre, Pit Me ry Shey, Dean Koob, Kirk Hay es, LeRoy Strohman and Bing MacDonald. Guest* were Mrs. im Hershberger and Mrs. HOW rd Stephenson. Mrs. Stephen on Won high for the evening. Shirley Kissner married Ginnis and Corrine \Shimel. dance followed the banquet. BRIDGE 6PPICIRI 1 ', Newly elected officers for the Wednesday Country Oflub bridge are Chairman D61U Welter, Co-Chairman, Mrs. Pml Diam ond, and Publicity, cfiairman, Mrs. John Kohlftaii.. Winners at bridge this put we«k were Mrs. W E. Hawcott, Mr*. M. H. Honsbruch and Mrs; Ktfo Peirce. Door prize, MrsL 0: B. Harmes. Hostess at » 9 am ^breakfast next week will be Delia Welter.-.. - I ART GRADUATE \ Karen 'Rose Haverly, Wesley has graduated from the Famous Artists Schools of Weqport Conn:' She specialized in 1 com- merical art and illustration,! dur ing her three year course FORMS NEW CLUB Several Algona Kiwanians are planning to attend installation >f a new club at Spencer this Monday night. C. R. Johnson ormerly of Algona, is presiden of the parent dub which organ zed a new club to meet at SHIRLEY ANN Kissner,,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, and Dean LaVerne Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verhon Anderson, Sisseton, S. D., were married April 30 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church with Father Bruch officiating in the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Deborah Kohlhaas and Joyce Van De Walker. Best man was Tom Kissner and Jerry Kissner and Dellia Anderson were ushers. Acolytes were Michael Goodwin and Steve Ludwig. Ruth Cassel was organist. A reception was held at the Moose hall. Nancy Eischen and Linda Tieman, Fenton, had the guest book. Pat Kohlhaas and Jean Eischen.iBurt, cut the cake. Helen Gerber poured. Mary Kissner and Nancy Kiss, ner, Burt, opened gifts. Waitres- es were: Beverly Kuecker, DeJean Woods, " band will perform plus several 'selections followed by mass band selections. Thursday morn' ing the high school band will travel to Garrigan and pdesent a concert there in the gym, —AHS— Alto, Thursday 1»wea City's American Field Service Exchange student from Costa Rica will be visiting AHS. Ricardo will be visiting classes as well as asked to return a second time, f the child still experiences dif- iculties, the parents will, be advised to consult an eye specialist or,the child, Parents who will be bringing their, child or children in to a screening are asked not to tell ;he children ,that they will be taking an eye test. The.screen- ing, is set up as a game, insofar is the children are concerned. In this way, the children will be more relaxed and more accurate results will be obtained. The first screening is set for Corwith, the second for Britt, Watch future issues of the-Ad- varice for more details," Scouts conducting the clinics are Janis Brockmari, daughter of Mrs. Laura Brockman; Jerry Maw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs "Red" Maw; Beth Risvold, dau ghter of Mr, and Mrs. Carve: Risvold; Debbie DeGroote, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob De Groote; Becky Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark; Glo ria Penning, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Penning; Jane Nail daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ceci Nail. Troop advisor is Mrs. Jin Mullins. Sunday dinner guests at the Phil Puffer home were Mr, and Mrs. David Quiner and Mr. and Mrs. John Puffer and Jane. Mr. Quiner was the guest speaker at the First Baptist church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, John Mullin vis- ted Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mullin in Clear Lake. Mr- and Mrs. Uoyd Oakland Photo by Glenn's Studio. Gerald Geary of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Scott attended the Silver Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs., Leonard Schwab Sunday afternoon and also visited at the John Hewlett home at Kanawha. Mrs. Paul Devine visited Friday afternoon and evening with her father, Joe Lorenzo at Dunr can. Leonard Tebben was a Sunday dinner guest at the Russell Tebben home. • '"'Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Devine home in honor of their son Paul's 6th birthday were; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devine and family and Joe Lorenz of Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and family of Mason city. .>;•'. \ •'••'"•• -'V:' 1 ": " — The Burt Town cil Monday failed to , Of «>W near the Iowa asked by some Burt A letter from six t read risking to have the cebpite declared a nuisance^, but the council under advisement Of the Local Health Officer found no violation of the "Nuisance Ordinance" and no health haa- Stfiwetger as"- night marshal was approved. Thd council decided to ask e town's attorney to obtain a i ., j il__i *"IAi.A** T^^>_i_ i ruling 'from the * ***** .Or ard. The Company said the cobs were being stored because of a shortage of railway cars and they would be moved as fast as cars are available. a.m. i new emu iu IIITCI/ m. • ««" «•- -•——— e «j_,,i called the "Daybreakers." The appointment of, Paul mettibf Health dn the legality or acceptance of the use of plas- ttt pip* 1 fof water connections to the public water supply. ; The problem of rust in the town water was discussed and the possibility of a filter system was considered, No immediate action was taken. A building permit was granted to W. H. Steward for altering His garage and repairing his house/ *^^ Farmhand ... years ahead in performance: cy lanet Becker. They are living in Minneapo- is. mann. Lake, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mrs. Fa'ri- nie Barrack and Mrs. Mae Bagley. Mr. and Mrs. George Guen- her and family visited Sunday evening at the Gilbert Guenther making a JCiwanis. MnufWtl guest appearance at -AH&to eyejyone. to bring We at an Upon, looking into 9 gazetteer, it |$ apparent thit there is aflot jBf city in Washington nam AJgona, This thrtvteg me*ropor reason* Mj«, two Algonas. Anotn/er cuty to touchjes the realms and girls returned io their home in California after a week with her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Ray Perkin. Wayne Chambers of San Buro, Calif., Mrs.. Lois Chambers and Mrs. Roy Arnold of Klehi- me, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Olson of Northwood, and Mrs. Mae Tabb were Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Art Tabb. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Lenna Miller, Lucille MUler and Mrs. Emma Oxley. Lisa Lyn; daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Vic Fisher, was baptized Sunday morning at St. Mary's, Catholic church. Vickie Fisher and Francis Besch of Lu Verne were sponsors. Dinner guests at the Fisher home were Mrs. Matt Besch, Kathy and Francis of LuVerne. Evening callers were Mr, and Mrs. Hai old Hobson of Algona and Mrs Harold Schoemaker. Jerry Brockman, student a Ames, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Laura Brock man. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Living ston visited Sunday evening a the Rudy Willrett home at Burt Mr, and Mrs, Ben Krebs visi ted Friday evening at the El wood Geary home, Mrs, R. E, Jongewaard was elected president of the P.T.A., Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth, vice president, Mrs. Jim Gourley, secretary and Mrs. Uckteig, treasurer. Several families attended the Beef Producers banquet at Algona Wednesday night. Delta Olub met Friday with Mrs, Don May with nineteen members. It was voted to give with this home study .school. Direct ing the art courses is a facjilt of distinguished artists' amjoni whom are Norman Rockwell Austin Briggs arid George Gi usti. :° ' .. . • \ M-D CLUB TO MIET The Four Corners Mother 1 and Daughter's club Will' mee Thursday, May 12, at the home of. Herlinda Kirsch (Mrs.. Law rehce) with Sue Bjustrom assisting.'Roll Call will be answere by "What I Never Get Aroum To Do". The program will be in charge of Marguerite Kpl lasch and Annette Arend. Chi Chatter will be brought by Ber nice Shaw. . BRIDGE HOSTESS i! Mrs. Jim Hershberger was hostess' for her bridge club Wednesday' evening. The mem- ben present were Mesdames Doug Diekman, Sheridan Cook, Richard Thoreson, Terry Me jGuire and Jerry Cowan. Mrs. Beanie-'Codpei-' ahd^Mrs. Marilyn Kuester were guests. High score was'held by Mrs. Thoreson. MRS. HOOD ENTERTAINS : .Mrs. John Hood entertained her bridge club Tuesday evening. The group included Mes- jOme in Britt. Mrs. Guenther -dames Clifford Skogstrom, Jer- 1 Ill Becker Luida BeSr ^d'N^ld^d Dianne Kuhirnann Becker, Lanaa ueciier «"'»", ..„„.,„. „ cv,r«., 0 ^ WoHn^cH^u t attended a shower Wednesday las been a patient at the hospi- al for a month. Sunday afternoon visitors atj the Albert Fish home were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Santee, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Sargent of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. DarreU Fett of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wewald of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson of Renwick, Rev. and Mrs: - Walter Disch and Ronnie Bonnstetter, THIS COMPACT SHELLER fits «o perfectly yod u*^^ t Vji/V4W*<Mi «^A»^«*«7<>r4MV w^MMiwibiWf %f>*Yr*r r * 7*f^r ^^ )71 *** v< ^*^ ^ i '' engaged fqr shelliog or disengaged for , grinding Now, you , . , cari'ahell . . . shell, grind, mix ./ v .'ior grind and mix only .... all with your Feedmaater. Sheller fit« all "A", "B* V and "C 0 models. " ' ".»».ft'i *-Vc.i •« ... » ?.^«*«'B Commercial Street 'Your IH Dealer" , Algona Mr. and Mrs. and Barbara of Robert Kraft Renwick, Mr, and Mrs. Lou Hoover of Burt, Mrs, Jim Tindall Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Albert of 'Klemme visited Sunday afternoon at the Dale Yeoman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen were Sunday evening supper guests at the Leslie Pe- chumer home at LuVerne; - NOTICE TO - i , • i TAXPAYERS /nptott AL saysr Several of the W-S.C.S. of the Methodist church attended guest day at the Renwiek Methodist church on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin of Los Alamo, New Mexico, spent a week with his mother, Mrs. Lydia Martin. Saturday evening guests at the Vic Fisher home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller of Char- City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjerste4 visited Sunday afternoon, with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gjersted at Liver more. M|ss Jeaja Fleming of Ps MJoines spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mf& Harry Fjemjpjg. Mr. 304 Mrs. Jack »n4 fanwiy, «md Mrs. mother, Mrs. Cole, all of Clear $5 to the Cancer fund. Mr. and Mrs. Oral McCwl- lough visited Saturday evening with Corwith friends, enroute home from Fort Dodge where they had visited his father in the hospital. Mrs. Albert Fish attended a shower Fridgy evening for Miss Dianne Kuhlm»nn at the Wayne Keith home near Algona. Mrs. Mary Gome? an4 3 children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbing and Donald WUhite of Des Moines were S*turd§y gw- ests at the Earl Wilhite home. Mr. and Mrs. D^le Yeoman were S»turd*y ning supper guest* at the Robert KraJt home near " ' Debbie and F9rt at Their pareut^ YOU CAN'T BEAT ASPHALT ' 'CONSTRUCTION What does that mean? Simply build part now, more next year, more the next. As you can afford it Just one of asphalt's wonderful flexibili- ties to fit YOUR paving needs. will be the last day to pay your First Installment of Real Estate which will beeewe MtaqwH May 11 V. HNALTY WILL il ADOfD FOR THI MONTH OF MAY AND V4% FOR EACH MONTH THERE- AFTIR, AS PROVIOID §Y LAW. SICOND HALF OP TAXI! WILL BECOME Df UNOUENT OCTOBER 1ST, Of LINOMINT TAXIS WILL If ADVERTISED THE LAST TWO WEEKS IN NOVEMBER. TAX SALE TO il MILD ON THt FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER AS REQUIRED BY LAW. TAXPAYIRS Ail ADVISED TO FURNISH THE DESCRIPTION OP THEIR PROPERTY OR BRING THIIR OLD I TAX RECEIPTS WITH THIM. IP IT 1$ NOT €ONVIN!iNT TO COMf TO AL60NA, WRIT! TO THIS QPPICi Oil CONTACT YOUR LOCAL iANK. ROSELLAVOIGT ._: _ * - •-_»..-n.--ATCE-.. ,/,,_,_,- .. —.

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