Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
Page 7
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Largest WEBELO group in THE LARGEST WEBELOS troop in the history of Algona scouting was initiated Tuesday night, May 24 at the Lucia Wallace school. A total of 19 boys Joined the Boy Scouts that evening under the direction of Scoutmasters Dick Beisell and Bob Snedden, They are shown above, left to right, front row: Clarence Hunt, Webelo leader; Randy Nielsen, Mark Miller, Robby Wat- son, David Chrischilles, Mike Lierley, Steve Sheakley, Dick Beisell. Back row, left to right: Asst. Scoutmaster Guy Giddings, Gene Chrischilles, Larry Groen, Randy Warner, Jack Schoby, Mike Koob, Brian Will, Mike Rooney, Jim Welp, Cub Master Ed Sindelar and Eagle Scout David Riley, Not pictured are Roger Atherton, Chet Black, Mike Burris, Erman Hansen and Callen Carson. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1966 — ALGONA. IOWA — Humboldt REG to hold annual meeting June 7 The Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative will hold its 1966 Annual Meeting in the Humboldt high school gym at Humboldt, Iowa, Tuesday, June 7. Doors will ,open at 7 p.m. and the meeting will start promptly at 8 p.m. U. S. Representative Stanley L. Greigg will be the speaker at this meeting. The business meeting will consist of reports by officers and manager of the Cooperative and the election of three Kdjirectors for three-year terms. The Cooperative is returning $96,962.06 to its members .in. patronage credit.-'Checks for tnis payment will be distributed at this meeting. This payment is actually a return of 8.68 per cent of the amount that Was paid to the Cooperative for electric service by its members. Miss Beverly Meyer and her friends, Herman and Sally, of Sac City, Iowa, will provide the entertainment. There will be some very nice prizes given away to members only. The member is required to be present to win. The grand prizes will be a Frigidaire automatic washer and a Frigidaire electric clothes dryer. There will also be a number of smaller prizes such as electric blanket, hair dryer, electric drills, and electric knives. The present members of the board of directors are: President, Floyd Lane, Renwick; vice president, Eugene Drager, Algona; secretary, Orren S. Olson, Bode; treasurer, A. A. Schipull, LuVerne; Eugene Henry, Algona; Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Lawrence Strachan, Humboldt; Donald Usher, Ottosen; and Warren Whipple, Rutland. Members are urged to attend and hear a very good speaker learn more about the Cooperative and the R E C program, enjoy excellent entertainment, re ceive your patronage dividenc check and have a chance to win some very valuable prizes. There will be an attendance gift for all. Lunch will be served following the meeting. Corn sealing available for the 1965 crop Eligible growers in Kossuth may place their 1965-crpp farm- stored under reseal, Richard I- Anderson, chairman, ASCS, has announced. Corn from the 1964, 1963, and 1962 props now under reseal also may be continued under loan. Storage rates will be established later and will be available at the ASCS county office. For 1961-crop corn, which has been under reseal, however, loans are being calle4 prior to the July 31 anniversary date and producers have been notified a* bout delivery instructions. When reseal for this crop was announced a year ago* producers were told that the loans mjght ha cal- led early if additional supplies were needed. Storage payments on the 1961 corn will be based on months of storage. Farmers with 1961-crop resealed corn still have the oppor tunity to repay the loan with in terest or to purchase the reseal ed corn, Under the purchase option, the price will be the higher of the prevailing loca market or the current loan rat for the grade and quality of corn involved plus carrying charges If a farmer chooses to delive the corn to the Community Cre dit Corporation rather .than to buy it or to repay the loan, the crop will be moved immeidiaitely hrough country warehouses to meet CCC's domestic and export sale commitments. . i It may also be necessary to call in the 1962-crop reseated corn during the year if com exports and other utilization continue to accelerate as in the past months. CCC intends to main tain adequate supplies in CCC- owned bins located in production areas to meet unforeseeable future needs. Current demands for CCC corn have reduced bin supplies substantially. The increased need for CCC- owned corn is due primarily to dollar exports at records. Final pack meeting held at Lucia Wallace The final pack meeting of the year was held at the Lucia Wallace school last Tuesday night with a theme of Jungle Tales. The flag ceremony was given by Mrs. Phil Diamond's Den 3. The Kiwanis greeting committee of Mr. and Mrs. Kooyman and Kirk Hayes were introduced. Certificates of Appreciation for Den Mothers were given to 3 at Chrischilles, Pat Watson and Margaret Atherton. Mrs. Jim Lytle's den won the Cubby Award. Awards were made to the following: Kurt Lytle, Bear Badge, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; Danny Frankl, one gold arrow from Wolf, Bear Badge; Tom Kolp, Bear Badge, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; Chuck Reding, Bear Badge, one gold ar row, three silver arrows; Pat Rooney, Bear Badge, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; Mike McGinnis, Bear Badge, one gold arrow; Jeff Koob, Bear Badge, one gold arrow; Pat Esser, one gold arrow. Barry Walker, denner stripes ohn Peterson, one silver ar- ow, one asst. denner, one den- er; Steve Schoby, recruiter adge; Jeff Merry man, denner tripes; Randy Meine, one silver rrow, recruiter badge; Mike Householder, one asst. denner, ecruiter badge. From last month — Mitch Kleingartner — MMrf .y ftM» M » MM*, g JS-rtJhsnSP ji, Minn., for a week of fishing, stopping enrotite at Rochester to visit Mrs. Schoby'* uncle, Cliff Bowman, of Spericer, who is seriously ill at Methodist ho* pital following surgery, They had also called on him and his wife on Wednesday of last week. Their fishing vacation will be spent at the Bob Levin Resort on Lake Winnibigoshish where Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fow ler are staying for the summer and Mrs. Fowler has returned following hospitalization for broken bones. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jensen were there last week FATHER'S DAY JUNE 19 FATHER'S DAY JUNE 19 FATHER'S DAY JUNE 19 u Z ^ i 5 < < Fellow Fathers UNITE! This year let's get what we WANT for Father's Day! The handy hint list will help us get something we can really use . . . something from the quality brand name stock at the HUB CLOTHIERS. And, best of all, their prices will make it easier when WE get the bill! 3 r * in ool. SHOWIftiNM A miscellatieotJS bridal was held for tHarte Saturday, May 21, at of the nostess, MM. Tom huel. Attending were all of ane's ffiends irohi the "*' hoff office. Diane was honored at a personal bridal shower Thursday, May 26. Hostesses were Mrs,; Gordon Winkel and Mrs. Jerry Shey. About ten guests were in attendance. '-;• 9 Band Queen Burt — Victoria Sue Koestler, Burt, has been selected to be Burt's candidate for band queen at the festival at Mason City. She is a majorette, playi baritone saxophone, is in the, Slee club, a soloist, FTA officer, honor society member, annua» scan editor, cheerleader for basketball and football, a music officer, active in drama, assistant organist of St. John's Lutheran church, a choir member, and a member of the Walther League. The Winner Of Our Lucky Number SOCIETY WAS Bear Badge. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE HAVE 20TH WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks and four children came Saturday to the C. R. Schoby home and assisted the Lyle Andersons on Sunday afternoon at a reception held at the Johnson House which honored the Scho- bys on their 20th anniversary. The Hicks family returned to Omaha Sunday evening and on GEMLDINE GOECKE ALGONA, IOWA NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. 310 E. State Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3634 m 70 Z m o CK 111 I z •» i «/> k u 5 CLIP THIS AND LEAVE IT WHERE THE FAMILY WILL SEE IT! FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY JUNE 19 a u I IU I NEED THE FOLLOWING ... 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The pullover, S-M-L, $5.00 The pant, 8 18, $9.00 nisi wear a smile u IVs Jantzen with the -v;r>nifty rietsl Catch beaus or butterflies" .. - . • In this cool little costume. The Net Set blouson Is trimmed with daisies, nips in at the hips with an elasticized hem. It tops tiny no-walstband shorts. Both are fully lined, machine washable. 100% cotton. Delicious colors iced with white, The blouson, S-M-L, $5.00 The Jamaica, 8-16, $7.00 just wear a smile and .••' »«• s ,««•»••«••, * '•»».»,»,n» •Hi 9Jr^& Hi iRt NH m H 4Mr "Algona's Fashion Center For Women aud Girls" +***-HH"WH-**4H^*-H"H"H-^^

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