Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 10
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lenton safety eieek for cars dated Saturday Fenion — Hie student coun- dl 3! the Setitral high school is sponsoring a safety-check along Iowa Highway / 44 in FentoH Sat- 'urday frbhi 10 a.frii to 3 p.m. The students hftVe received as- Slstance in planning the project from the Highway Patrol. The objective of the Safely-check Program is to check M many vehicles as possible. A check-team, j Working as a unit at a check ' lane, makes ten-point safety• checks of vehicles, distributes safety literature and applies Windshield stickers when all ten i points are found to be "okay, FORM HONOR SOCIETY A National Honor Society i chapter known as the Satellite , chaptfer has been organized in • the Sentral high school. This organization gives special recognition to those students with high scholarship,; leadership, service and character Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors who have an accumulative grade point average 6f 3.0 or better become eligible. Members are then selected to this high honor by a committee of faculty members appointed by the Principal. After becoming a member, the student must maintain this level. The student is allowed one nine week period of probation in case his grades fall below the 3.0 average. If at the end of this probationary period, his ALGONA (fdwal fHUHSDAY, MAY \9 t 1?«6 nt to the Joe Culbertsons and the Zwiefels. were low. The ftueben LUedtkes and John were weekend guests of the Douglas Cokes, Nealsvilte, WiS;, for the baptism of their grandsort and nephew, Dennis Herman Goke. John was a sponsor and Mrs. Tom Manly, Fen ton, was a sponsor by proxy. were visitors Sunday with' their nt^ the Robert Skil- the Lueidtkes Sunday. returned home Cafi Feye, Charles Feye and Frank McFall spent several day* in northern Minnesota, with Otto Jensen fishihg. ed MRS. FRED ULRICH of Reel Lake Falls, Minn., announces the engagement of her daughter, Delores, to Marvin Kading, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kading, Fenton. Both are 1962 high school graduates: Delores from Lafayette high school, Red Lake Falls, and Marvin from Sentral high school, Fenton. They will graduate from Concordia college; St. Paul, this spring and have accepted teaching positions at Trinity Lutheran school of Waconia, Minn. The wedding is planned for-July 24. grades are not it up, he j [is dropped from the society, nei Ver again to become eligible. | Appointed to the Satellite chap! ter this year are: seniors—Phyl- i lis Cherland, Janet Hammer- Lstom, Judy Kraft, Cheryl Krause, Alan Lucdtke and Retinae -r-Votteler; juniors—Kathryn :Bie> j rstedt;. Mar^ijpu Larsen, Janell i Newbrbugh and Erviri Root; J and sophomore—Martin Berk- I land. .iU;.:- ,. • . : ••• r ' . • .•.-• The Clarence Siemers and Victorii afid the James Gattofifc and Amy, Were Sutaday gtit&ts at D&rnis LttVerrte. JO GIVE PROGRAM Annette Green will be at the Fenton Methodist church Friday evening to give the program, she had planned for the Mother-Daughter banquet there •. in March..Everyone;who had tickets for the banquet and the families a^e invitedito ,the.pro- gram starting at 6 p.m. y FENTON FORWARDS MEET Fenton Forwards met with Ann and Alice Krause. Talks were g^yen by Diane Luedtke, vAnn Krause, Kay tireyer, Bfet- ty Wolter, Evelyn Bierstedt and the leader, Mrs. Kuecker. The group held a Mother's, Day Tea May 16 at Diane Luedtke's. TEACHERS HIRED Mrs. JameS Jackson has been - rehired to teach high school English. Mrs. Lyle Newel has been hired to teach the second grade in; Fenton. , . . lingers. The Norman Bollingers were guests Wednesday evening of the Wayne Bollingers, Lone Rock. ,,Ruth Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met last week at Marge Weisbrod's with Alvina Voigt, co-hostess. Myrtle Baago had devotions and program. There will be a meeting June 13 for the reorganization of the Circles. May 19 the executive board is to meet at Lois Voigt's. Recent dinner guests of the W. R.. Wolfes were the, Jack Teimans and Floyd Lavernz, Burt. Mrs. S. E. Straley, Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. W. B. Wolfe recently attended a county Auxiliary meeting at Lakota where Mrs. Waite was installed as county chaplain for the organization. The Tom Manlys, rural Fenr ton, have a daughter born May 10 at the hospital at Estherville. Ed Mitchell -is the maternal grandfather.-' ; •• •• r ' f ' '* ^ * '*• "* The Rev. Clifford Blisses left this week for a vacation at their son's' in Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Nels Olson and niece Mrs. Sampson, Williston, N,D ; , were afternoon' callers Thursday at Albert Mitchell's. The Arhoid Hantelmans were Sunday guests of the Laurence Hantelmans, Swea .City. The Kenley Zwiefels had their card club Saturday. High we- Ex-l pair return from Guam stay Irvington — The Merrill Solomons who completed a two year stay on Guam early this year and then went on an extended trip, returned to their home in Spencer the latter part of March. They arrived by plane in Omaha, on the day of the "big, storm." They were met by neighbors from Spen cer and left Omaha at 4:40 p.m. Two hours, later traffic was at a standstill in Omaha. They finally arrived at Spencer. In Guam, Mr. Solomon, a cousin of the late Harry Sabin, was working for the internal revenue. Having finishing his two years, they spent a month visiting Manila, Bangkok, flying over Viet Nam enroute, Hong Kong, where, they purchased a chest of drawers and a large curio shelf, both, made of rose wood, Formosa, where it is so dirty that even some natives wear masks for dust and smoke; Osaka, Japan, where they visited Pearl Island, home of the Mikamoto pearls, Tokyo, Honolulu, and back to Califor- Mrs. Harold sabift had a ffowth removed from one foot in Fort Dodge last, week. S>he will r'etUrfl fdi« a checktip hesday. The ttoy Blythes, Wahkbn, Minti., writ6 that because of Che cold wet Spring: there, Sdrne roads have been Impassable, Some farmers in the area walked to town and carried grocer* ies home in gutthy sacks. Milk trucks could not get through and farmers could not get their tractors over the roads to get thfe milk out to the highway. The Blythes are former Irving-! tess. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson gave devotions and a report of the NFWC. Speaker was Mfs. P. j. Friedman, Humboldt, who spoke" dft outdoor planting. Tins year the Federation of School lEeniors."E4ch oni wac presantSd I gift ffoM the ' gregatioft by the sundry Sd superintendent, Mrs, Orlando Gflfstftd/ .; Mrs. Martha'Chri&tianson and ', StfHa RfccSfhpdtlied t.tr^ .Joffh chrittiaR^ortS to Afnolos PUfK Sunday where they visited the Hairy Vote*. ; r - t Mrs. Cf.rl Opheim and Mrs. Olsoh/Visited Mfj. H, M. Dlsdrt at Carl Olson's in more Wednesday lor her birth* tomans, Guests of Mrs. Margaret Kent and family, Algona, Sunday were the John Jennings, Clarence Canaday, Don and Gloria for Mr. Jenning's 73rd birthday. Margaret Kent, employed by an insurance firm in Washing- Ion, D.C., called her mother Sunday. She had tried to call oh Mother's -Day, but was unable to get the call through. Woman's clubs in celebrating their 75th anniversary. Each club is to select i member Of the elub a§ 4 "JUbileg Jewel," Mrs. Viola Thompson was chosen as the Jubilee Jewel from the Bode Woman's club, , REUNION II MILD Arhoid fcakken, Lynnwood, Wash,, visited several days last week al his sister, the Harold Skaugstads and with other ret ativeS in Bode. Saturday the Skaugstads and Mr. Bakken were guests at Walter Bakkett's, A reunion for Arnold Bakken was held in Bode Sunday with 58 present. From out of town were the Glen Bakkens, Kiester, Minn.; Ed Bakkens, Webster City; Bill Siemens, Forest City; Wayne Rushes, Jefferson; Richard Bakkens, Rutland; Wayne Haftsons, Algona; Corintte Rippentrop, Leland; Oliver Bak- kens, Algona; Miles TOrgersons, Humboldt; Ben Bakken, .Theresa Spongberg, and the Fred Rents Jr., Algona; Norman Bakken, Rutland, and the Robert Bakkens, .Webster City. DATE CAR WASH The Senior Youth Fellowship group of; the Methodist church will hold a car-wash at the church May 28. GOOD WILL TRUCK The Good Will truck will stop at the Fenton Methodist church again May 23. The Paul Eiglers were Sun day guests of the Ewald Kohl weses, Austin. ' The Henry Schultes, Mrs. F. F. Mueller, the Emil Bierstedts, Mrs. Harvey Henricksen, and Mrs. Bennie Berkland attended the funeral of Mr, Schulte's father at Gaylord, Minn., Monday afternoon. North Circle of the ALCW of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met last week at Mrs. Albert Mitchell's. Devotions were led by Mrs. Jerald Cody, and Mrs. William DeWall gave the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Ole Peterson, Mrs. George Jorgenr sen, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Lori. Weekend guests of the Morris Mitchells were the Irving Davidsons, Charles City. Sunday gue sts of the Mitehells were the Da vidsons and the Albert Mit chells. Beihene Juhl, daughter of the Ajno JFujbM, wap confinned at services at St. John's Lutheran churclh at Depew Sunday. Guests of the Juhls were the Ulrich JulUs, AUen Faninys an<J Gaylord Naigs, Emmetsburg; Richari N*ig8, Cylinder; Dave Dreyen?, Oelwein; Allep Juhls, Waseca, Minn.; and Woyd Sun- de5. CiJlers were Mrs. Elmer Naig, |gnijmfiit§feyirg; ttee Charley Naigs, fad &|ndy Haack, der; thf Robj^i-t Naigs Ifrs, Art mi, OyWoder; Frank Dreyer*, U»e Rock; Mrs Haase and J4r9, Pete were of tte Alan Bol- met Friday in the Fireside Ro- >m of St. Olaf Lutheran church Mrs. Darrell Johnson was hos- nia, where they visited : the d aughter Karoline, .the Dale Lloyds, ; San Mateo, and the son Phillip,' Long Beach. The trip was by air and the planes able to carry over 100 passengers were filled. Fairmont, of Mrs. The Harry Noels, Minn,, were guests Florence Colwell and her ther Claude Fowler, Saturday: Marineus Hansen returned Thursday after a week in . St. Ann hospital. Mr. Hansen is making his . home • with the . ChWes RelMi§, Fun and Do Cliib met Wednesday with Bernice Mayer. Guests were Mrs. John Kaiew- ski, Mrs. Gerald Carman, Mrs. Orville Thill and Mrs. Robert Arndorfer. At 500 prizes went to Mrs. Orville Thill, Wilma Arndorfer, and Katheryn Johnson. The next meeting, will be at Laura Becker's, June 8. Kay and Cindy, daughters of the Dewey Skillings, Algona, club selects Jubilee Jewel Bed* The Woman's Club CONFIRMATION SUNDAY Confirmation will be held at St. Olaf Lutheran church in Bode May 29, at 10:35. This will also be the last session of Sunday School for the spring term. The confirmation banquet will be May 25. Pastor M. O. Kraabel is the speaker. Vacation church school will begin May 31 at 8:30 a.m. and continue two weeks. Mrs. Lucille Torgerson is the superintendent. May 15 services honored the Sunday 4-PLY NYLON IN MOdT POPULAR 3IZC8 Rtmbter, AnibMUdw, T4W Chc«T,Do«|l,For4 )«iS,T-Bi , f (,r«)«,, Slvdcbatar, Contttt, '• ••••• ' ClwvT.Chmltr.OtSott. - • Hid ,, M«rtOWientiic, Sott. ,De4* U«-14irl.»t4 145-1S or 7.10-1$ 21 LOMUILEI Add 1.96 tor *hft«Mttt M tflMi pM IM wtd ttra tram jmr cv TIRE SERVICE PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of the late Nellie Lupin, we will held • public auction it the residence just west of the Municipal Light Plant in Bancroft, Iowa, on FRIDAY NIGHT MAY 20th 6:30 P.M. HOUSEHOLD 800DS Now brown living room suite; 21 in. Motorola TV and portable stand, rotor and antenna: Duo.Thorm space heater, like now; Real qood 10 x 12 Alexander Smith light brown wool run and felt pad; Several small rugs; Rocking chair; Deluxe portable TV stand and magaiine rack combination; Good 3 piece bedroom suite; Bed, complete, and dresser and mirror; Royal Air vacuum sweeper and attachments; Writing desk; Floor stool; Dining room set of table, 6 chairs, buffet and mirror, all in real good condition, KITCHEN WARES, ETC. Hardwick apartment size bottle gas cook stove, like new; Frigi- daire 6 ft, refrigerator, just like n*w with full width freeier; Speed Queen electric washing machine; Wash tub on legs; Small kitchen table and 4 chair*; Gas 2 burner hot olate; Pres«ure Cooker; R. C. A. Victor Portable Radio, lika new; Electric clock; Several good table lamps; End tables; Dishes, pots, pans, garden tools and many item* toe numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This furniture, etc. is in excellent condition and very clean. Be here at 6:30 as we will start on the small items, then the better furniture. TERMS; Cash or make arrangements with your banker before Hi* sale. Ne property to be removed until settled fer. Net responsible for accidents should any occur, CLERK <"- Farmers & Traders Sayings Bank ef Bancroft, ^__ HOUSE AND LOT """' The house has 3 rooms and bath down and 2 rooms up. New electric hot water heater in basement. This house is in real go*d qeneral repair. TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance on delivery of administrator's deed and abstract of title showing merchantable title frtf and clear of liens. Immediate possession. Sal* subject to approval of ceurt. For more information about the real estate contact Mrs. Mary Stauder, administrator of estate. H.J,McN«rtney,AHor«fyffrEt1a«f Tb* hoys* will be sold immediately following cal* 9! p*rtea)tl property. NEW HIGH IN SAVINGS! : , & W 33! FORD DEALER SPRING You're ahead in a Ford! Get the jump on outdoor fun this summer. We're offering special Fords at sporty low prices. Hardtops, convertibles, wagons. Hurry! Buy today- be ahead all the way! no r«*Mi «mcD4t«i WHHI COVIMI 2-WAY DOORGATE. PIEATEO AII-VINVI. TRIM I TAYLOR MOTOR CO. IAIT ITATf ITtffT

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