Thinlies In Bulldog Relays Saturday Sentral Band Wins 4th Straight Div. 1 Rating FENTON - The Sentral band won a division I rating, the chorus a division I rating and the boys' glee club a division I rating; the girls' glee club a division n rating at the State Music Contest held at Albert City, Saturday. This is the fourth straight year the Sentral band has won a division I rating. - o INFANT BAPTIZED Barbara Lynn, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Berkland was baptized on Sunday at the St. John Lutheran church at Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland acted as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Janet and Gary, Lone Rock, the family of Mrs. Steve Berkland, were present for the baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Algona, grandparents of Mrs. Steve Berkland, were also In attendance. After the service dinner was served in the Ray Laabs home for the above mentioned, with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland also In attendance. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Merle attended a family gathering at the Maynard Lee home at Sioux City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wllberg are spending this week at the parental Vic Struecke rand Henry Wllberg home. Mr. Wllberg is stationed with the Air Force at Topeka, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Martir Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were Sunday guests at the Rev. J. Baerman home to celebrate the 90th birthday of Rev. Baerman Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Gerber, Algona, were Saturday evening visitors at the Donald Hurlburt home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Hantelman attended the organ dedication recital at Mornlngslde College Friday evening. The new pipe organ was donated to the college. Dr. Arthur Polster, New York, played at the recital. Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Hantelman also visited with Nadine Weisbrod, a student at Mornlngslde. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Mrs. Herman Gadewent to Minneapolis Saturday to meet Mrs. Riyliss Alford who flew from Whlttier, Calif, to Minneapolis. Track squads from 18 high schools will be sitting at a whole flock of records during the annual Bulldog Relays here this Saturday, April 29, with the event slated to open at 1:30 p. m. at the new Algona High School Athletic Field. There will be three classes of competition, A, B and C, with six teams In each. Class A - Garrlgan, Clear Lake, Iowa Falls, Spencer, Storm Lake and Eagle Grove. Class B - Algona, Buffalo Center, Emmetsburg, Spirit Lake Lake Mills and Graettlnger. ' Class C - Sentral, Twin Rivers, Meservey-Tliornton, Lakota, LuVerne and Swea City. Garrlgan trackmen at the left include, front row, left to right, Dave McCarthy, John Wlnkel, Bill Reding and Dave Smith, while In back are Tom Black, left, and Jim Walker. McCarthy Is Garrlgan's high jump record holder at 5-9- Bulldogs In the photo at right are, left to right, Dean Teeter, Mike Dreyer, Coach Don Camenlsch, Bill Boldridge, Rod Rogert and Larry Taylor. FOR FORMAL OCCASIONS Men's & Boys' FORMAL ATTIRE • PROMS • WEDDINGS Complete efficient rental for any formal event. Tuxedo or dinner jacket in all sizes - and special accessories. S~\ LEUTHLDmLIAMS ALGONA, IOWA DOG TAX DEADLINE MAY 1, 1967 Monday, May 1, is the last day for securing 1966 Dog Licenses, On May 2, a $1 penalty will be added to each unlicensed dog as listed by the township or town assessor. The regular tax is $1.50 for a male and $3.50 for a female dog, except towns that levy a town tax where county tax is $1 for males and $3 for females. These delinquent dog taxes are collected as personal taxes by the treasurer after May 1, Licenses are required for all dogs three months old or over and must be secured at the county auditor's office when the animal attains that age, All dogs must be vaccinated for rabies before license can be issued. MARC MOORE Auditor of Kossuth County New Manager Is Named By Titonka Co-Op TITONKA - Phil Asa has resigned as manager of the Farmers Co-op Oil Co. and he and his family have moved to a farm south of Titonka. John Welhousen has been named by the board of directors as the new manager. Don Limberg is tankman. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Neal Loescher had their son, DuaneAllen, baptized at morning worship services at Immanuel Lutheran church April 16. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Brandt, maternal grandparents, entertained at dinner at their home that day. Guasts were Mrs. Chris Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Loescher and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Loescher, Paul and Duane. Titonka Federated Club met Thursday evening at the library community room with Gertrude Schutjer and Virginia Orthel, hostesses. Book reviews were given by Shirley Iverson and Norma Ricks. A short topic "We Plan to Conquer the World" was read by Helen Schuster. A film was shown on "Federation and History of Our Club." Buffalo Twp. Homemakers Club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Carl Callles with Mrs. Douglas Mechler, co-hostess. Mrs. Callles showed slides of "Winter Scenes of Alaska" taken on their trip to Alaska last winter. This was the last meeting for the group until fall. The W. L. Lundell family has moved to the house on the farm of Mrs. Orpha Mechler. He Is district manager for Sinclair Petrochemicals, Inc. David Ferguson, Larry Nelson, Reggy Nelson, Steve Rike, Jerry Glesking, Doug Englund, Mike Iverson, Gary Krantz, Mark Isebrand and Craig Heyer, Boy Scouts of Troop #63 from Titonka, attended the district Scout show in Algona. They received a proficient rating for an exhibition of pioneering skills involved in mountaineering. Several From Area Named CYO Winners Several from this vicinity were among winners in the 1967 CYO contest of the Sioux City Diocese. In high school essay, Mary Jean Mertz, Garrigan, won first, In the grade contest, Mary Lou Nitchals was fifth. In the slogan contest Patrick Fox, Bancroft, was second in high school and in grade school, Barbara Adams, Whittemore, was fourth. In poetry Mary Becker, Garrigan, was first in high schools, and Jack Krieps, Wesley, was fifth in grade school. In the poster contest Jean Lappe, St. Cecelia's, was fourth. In Relays Garrigan 1 s Golden Bears grabbed two fourths and four fifths at the annual running of the Wildcat Relays at Humboldt Tuesday. Dave McCarthy was fourth in the high jump, the mile relay team finished fourth; while fifths went to Tom Black, 100, John Studer, discus, and Bob Waldschmidt, mile, and the medley relay team. Two regulars, John Winkel and Mark Goetz, missed the meet due to illness. MR. AND MRS. Phillip Diamond celebrated Passover Supper Tuesday evening at the Diamond home. Guests were Irving Diampnd, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Diamond and son, Ft. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hiller and daughter, Emmetsburg, 10-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molnei Thursday, April 27, 1967 FOR SALE These buildings on 6 acres — adjoins Algona, la., on a Black top road — 3 Bedrooms — 2'/2 baths — oil forced air heat — 3 garages — insulated barn — well and pressure system — 3 hog tight pastures. For Details Contact: JERRY M. LEWIS - broker Algona, Iowa Phone 295-5457 CHARGE ITI ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY end-of-month clean-up! 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