Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 19
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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AL.G6NA (Iowa) ADVANCfc~5 THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 Lickteig's. New members afe Carl Kiley and Bill Kiley. The club tour will be May 28 instead of the original day, June 4. Mark Lickteig gave a demonstration. Joe Skow gave a talk on the order of the inserts in our record book. Esther Mild- rruln gave a talk on the camp she attended. Reporter is Jerry Martinck. IRVINGTON IDEALS Irvington Ideals met with Ka- ;hy Bernhold May 21. Carol Stebbins presided. The treasurer's report was given, with balance on hand $19.36. The data for a workshop was discussed Demonstrations were given by Sharon Hix and Dennise Jenkin son. The Mother's Day Tea and Kos iety oi prizes gan be wpn .at Speecta/ay. See you June 10 at 8'-30PM, ; Swimming pool at Bancroft to open soon good held. grooming contest were Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Of Mr. .a.tid Mrs. fcafl Gjersted. John bfttiiel Sr. is a patient ftt the University hospital in owa City. Sandra Babcock of Muntsville, Ma. is spending a week with her >arents, "Mr. and Mrs. John Jabcock. Mr. and Mrs. Roger ttardwick and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Krahn Of Rochester, Minn, visited Sunday afternoon With Mrs. Mae Higgle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrack and family of Clear Lake were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Youngwirth. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kolba of Sac City. Mrs. Eugene Wagner and Marge attended graduation of Mrs. Wagner's .niece, Donna Rouse at Terril on Monday evening, and afterwards attended a reception for her at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rouse at Dickens. Mr. and Mrs. Russell T&bbsn and family spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman spent the weekend with Bern Joan and Janene Gourley Katuin and .son at daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Minn. Fairmont, ley spent over Memoriaf rfay 1 with his'.parents, Mf. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. ' Mr. and Mrs. George ^Veofliart and Mr. 'arid Mrs, feeti Widen and family spent the 4 We"ekenfl in Minnesota fishing. Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge spent the Memorial Weekend with her "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gjersted. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mettille of Milwaukee, Wis. spent the weekend with 'his sisters, Mrs. Harry Foley and Mrs. -Mary Rockwood A t Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nail and daughter of 'Denver, Colo, and Linda Nail -spent • over Memorial ay with their parents, Mr. and .Irs. Ed Nail. ' ' St. Mary's Catholic: parish lad open house on'Sunday, May 9 for Father O'ToOle irt'honor 'f his 40th-anniversary''Of 'his )rdination -to the holy priest lood. Opan 'house was held rom 2 to 4. ' Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyers ;of Minneapolis spent the Memor' al weekend with her -parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ;Heise,«anii with his parents in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul >H6ustoh and Paula of Denver, Gblo.^spe- nt Memorial .weekend 'With 'his sister and husband, Mr. 'ant Bancroft The Municipal Swimming Pool here will open soon as workers completed finishing touches on painting. Filling of the pool began Saturday. Season tickets are available now at Welp's Drug with family tickets at $20, adults $10 and children 18 and under $6. V. J. Meyer, business manager, announced the following pool personnel: Chief lifeguard and supervisor, responsible for all water instruction and water safety procedure, Janice Menke; lifeguards Patricia Dudding, Claudine Cranston, Mary Beth Welp, Shirley Marlow, Bridget Quinn and Kathy Welp. Sentral will come here on Monday and Thursday for lessons and Burt on Tuesday and Friday, beginning June 13. The Bancroft swimming lesson schedule will be announced later. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Improvement for phone service at West Bend West Bend — Additional central office equipment is being installed in West Bend to enlarge on the present dial system, according to F. W. Daubendiek of West Iowa Telephone Company. This will serve as a preliminary step to direct distance dialing with provision for seven digit numbers and adequate inter cept. The next telephone directory to be issued at West Bend will have seven digit listings. When the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company is prepared to accept direct distance dialing at West Bend, the West Iowa Telephone Company will join in this service. Whitlemore girl graduated May 26 exercises held at Boys Town Music Hall on Thursday evening, May 26, at 8:00 p.m. A member of Sigma Phi Sigma, national honorary society, and Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and resident of the Marion Players, Eileen will teach Speech and Drama at St. Albert's, a central Catholic high, at Council Bluffs next year. SERVICEMEN Whittemore Eileen O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien, Whittemore, received her B. A. degree from the College of St. Mary's, Omaha, during the Commencement THOMAS ZAUGG USS Eldorado, (AGC-11. (FIIT- NC) May 18 — Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of the Cornelius E. Zauggs, Algona, has returned from Vietnam to San Diego aboard the amphibious force flagship USS Eldorado after seven months in the Western Pacific as a unit of the Seventh Fleet in the South China Sea off the coast of Vietnam. In addition to combat duties, Eldorado men sent a Civic Action team to a small village southeast of Saigon to provide medical treatment; donated $412 to a teachers' club in Subic Bay, Philippines, for use in constructing an open air stage auditorium; and offloaded supplies for "Project Concern" in Hong Kong. 4-H News liam Gourley, accompanied their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hansen to Chicago, 111. to spend two weeks. They will meet their brother Dan-ell there who is coming home from Venezuela. A son was born to Mr. and U-GO-I-GO U-Go-I-Go had a Mother's Tea. Each mother received a corsage and were told their horoscope'. A pantomime proved the girls know what our mothers go through. Lunch was served. Reporter is Debra Bulten. LUVERNE LIVE WIRES The May 21st meeting of the LuVerne Live Wires 4-H club was held at Kathy and Peggy Shaw's. Summer camps and workshops were discussed and also achievement day, July 30. Talks were given by Dianne Curry and Zelda Witzel. Lunch was served by Kathy, Peggy and their mother. Reporter is Zelda Witzel. Ask for an F-85 Farmhand Demonstration "On Your Farm" "A Super-Size Portable Feed Factory" • MORE ADVANTAGES • MORE PROFIT Call 5-3501 * I s , "«V ' >\i 1* f PLUM CREEK ELITE The annual Mother's Day Tea of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held May 7 at the Center school. Corsages were given to the mothers and grandmothers. Piano solos were by Lorelei Keith, Patti Marshall, Annette Gilbride and Patrice and Diane Bode. A vocal solo was given by Jane Walker and poems were read by Norma Bode, Joyce Gabrielson, Terry Jaden, Kathy Eimers, Marnie Miller, Debbie Speare, and Diane Keith. The next meeting will be June 4 at the Community Center. Patrice Bode is reporter. ALGONA A.O.K. The Algona A.O.K. club met May 14, at Merri Laing's. Money earning projects were discussed. It was decided to collect and sell pop bottles, sell tooth brushes, and moth cakes. 4-H camp delegates are Judy Berger, Debbie Studer, Judy Taphorn, Kathy Lallier, and Terry Farrell. Meetings from now on wiH be held at the extension office. Judy Berger is the junior leader. Demonstrations were by Jan Haag, Susan McEvoy, and Suzanne Holtzbaur. Talks were by Terry Farrell, and Judy Berger. Fair lists and a few booklets were passed out. Guests were Mrs. Heimer, Mrs. Kinseth and Mrs. Montag. Reporter is Jan Haag. WESLEY BOYS Wesley Boys met at George Mrs. Jerry Quebe on Friday, May 20 at Iowa City. He has been named Chad Allen. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quebe and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hankins went to Iowa City to get acquainted with their new grandchild and great grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley Sr. and her sister, Mrs. Johnson returned home after a fishing trip at Leech Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood left on Thursday to Stuart to spend the weekend with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Boylan of LeMars visited on Friday with Corwith friends. Mrs. Boylan is the former Lois Scace. Jerry Maw is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Gail Slack and family in Des Moines Mrs. Mae Bagley and Mrs Fannie Barrack were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs Stewart of Kanawha in Clear Lake at Wilkies. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fleming and family of Clinton spent th weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Fleming and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Leerar. Michael Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will received his B.A. degree from Wartburg college, Waverly. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will and Mary and Steve Dawson attended the graduation along with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Puprich of Oshkosh, Wis. Michael will be employed with the Lennox Co. at Marshalltown this summer. Kenny Robinson of Ackley is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and Mrs. Lillian Masterson of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee William. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mower and family of Ellensdale, Minn, spent the weekend with her sister and family, Mrs. Cecil Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Will of Des Moines visited Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woodbury and family of Joplin, Mo. spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ingra Woodbury. Lon Foresi, Cindy Bilbrey of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Mae Riggle were Monday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee 'William were Monday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman. Janice Widen of Dubuque ipent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and ! Mrs. Dale Widen. Jean Fleming of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillip of Stewartville, Minn, spent the weekend with Mr! and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Word was received of the death of Mrs. Mel Lowe, the former Kathy Wolters, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Wolters of Hemet, Califor Mrs.' Lucille <Johfree.ii day at Cotfectiofiviilfe, tttwl also visited her &n and family nAe-th Mrkef'at Rdck , art'tf friend's and relatives Sheldon before comirtg " '" " ' ° ^fi^ sflF lin-ii.'Ji^i- Infection from 28 infectious bacteria •.that may be present on the kin *hen a, minor .cut, ^urrr, or icrape occurs. *^ r it" ' Tripfe Antibiotic Ointment •'Noting/. .No stain. ' ' • Promoterheating. ma. Bldon Geary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary, a graduate of Corwith-Wesley class of 1966, is now employed at the Pepsi- Cola Bottling Co. in Mason City. A girl was born Thursday, May 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Besch of Whittemore at St. Ann hospital. She weighed 5 Ibs. 7 oz. Mrs. Besch is the former Donna Miller. Mr. and Mrs. William. Wood spent Memorial weekend at the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wood at Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Boy- Ian of .LeMars visited Corwith friends on Friday. Mrs. Boylan is the former Lois :Scace; • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Des Moines spent the VLemorial day weekend with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or- /ille Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nail. Evelyn Dawson, who is employed in Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Les Dawson. David Hauswirth, who is employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth. Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson, Debby and Kenny of Ack- Ls. ' OUTSTANDING SPECIFICATIONS INCLUDE . , , Oscilating Tandem 9'6" Over-all Heieht Standard F««d Roll* 8' Discharge Auger Length 142 cu. Ft. Mixing Tank Capacity ?4" Hammtrmill §i*e Rear Concentrate Hopper location Discharge Auger Piameter — 7" Algona Implement Co. Commercial Street IN Dfiltr" Algoni i Sff THE "riV/flS" fXC/r/NG MINNEAPOLIS and stay at W, R. FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 f.m. to |2 p.m. Daily Famous For _Qu»lity *t Modtr»t« HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace Poolsidu St'Vice. 100 LUXURY UNIT* Alf Condition*^ With Cpmplftt Hotel Services. fit* Transportation to i ' NAME Airport, Train 'and Bus I . . Sta- i ojum. Guthrie Tlieatm ' and Other Points Upon Request. Going Places? SEE US FIRST First stop for the last word in car care is our Sinclair. Station. While lubricating : your car,vwe follow Sinclair's. Car Care Guide to make sure every part is serviced correctly. We make sure your oil level is safe, replace oil when needed: We Safety-Check, free, such vital parts as tires, radiator, fan belt, battery. Drive with care :and buy Sinclair...at the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. / Sinclair i \Mc Hilton Sinclair Service GOODYEAR TIRES — SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 5-3654 ALGONA, IOWA don't swelter! switch to electric air-conditioned Algona Municipal Utilities

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