4~Aitono do.) U PpCf Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 8 Get Straight 'AY On A.H.S. Honor Roll The first semester Honor Roll from Algona High School named 107 high school students on this list. Eight of them had straight "A's", as indicated by asterisks (*). The first semester Honor Roll follows: SENIORS -'Allan Aldrich, Jeff Allen, Steve Anderson, Ian Davison, John Frederick, Torn Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Mark Prieskorn, 'Randall Riedinger, Dave Roeber, Robert Sigsbee and Tim Will. Cathy Chrischilles, Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher, Wendi Gardner, Debbie Kelley, Beverly Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Connie Riedel, Linda Ross, Linda Ruhnke, Pam Thee, Sharon Wagner and Niki Wegner. JUNIORS - Tim Black, Phil Bode, Max Laird, Kevin Lynch, Larry Muller, Richard Post, David Riley, Mark Snyder and Tom Taylor. Kathy Buchanan, LuAnn Holt, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Jean Jorgenson, Miriam Kautsch, Kathy McBdde, Rosemary Pendergast, Judy Sigsbee and Kathy Skow. SOPHOMORES - *Neil Anderson, Craig Carson, Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Gary Hagen, Tom Laing, Ryan Lynch, *Bruce Marshall, Steve Merryman, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Wayne Pedersen, Steven L. Schultz, Gerry Whtttemore, Steve Willrett and Cliff Wheeler. Theresa Beaumont, *Lynn Buchanan, Julie Chrischilles, Dixie Crail, *Marilyn Dau, Connie Gilmore, Christine Groen, Cindy Hansen, Sharon Hix, lone Metzger, Doreen Mowers, Jane Sabin, Kathy Taylor, Pamela Werts and Debbie Will. FRESHMEN - James Harris, Robert Knudsen, Ronald Medin, Dan Menneke, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, James Sigsbee, *Jon Sjogren and FredStruthers. Vicki Anderson, Sherry Bulten, Lori Calhoun, *Marjorie Dailey, Linda Darbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn Erickson, Gail Kirkland, Linda Marshall, Suzanne McGinnis, Debra Schultz, Carol Smith, Betty Vaudt, Patty Werts, Linda Whitcher and Maria Wittkopf. The Junior High Honor Roll follows: 8TH GRADE -Doug Allen, Tom Burt, Mark Elbert, Ricci Frambach, Michael Huff, Craig Immerfall, Doug Schenck, Randall Smith, Gilbert Wildin, Mark Will, Sharlene Carlson, Jamie Christie, Barbara Cook, Mary Devine and Judith Dutton. Sandra Faulstick, Martha Gilbert, Barb Harris, Bonnie Helmers, Nancy Kolp, Patrice Lierley, Ellen Metzger, Becky Meyer, *Jeri Nielsen, Christal Paetz, Trina Parrish, Phyllis Pentecost, *Lisa Peter, Vicki Ricklefs, *Anne Schutter, Kristi Sheakley, Jacque Taylor and Bonnie Willrett. 7TH GRADE - Mickey Anderson, Roger Atherton, Douglas Bilyeu, Daniel Carlson, Callen Carson, *Gene Chrischilles, Robert Dodds, Steven Jones, John C. Kain, James Neitzel, James Reidel, Mary Camp, *Jeanne Dau, Cindy Frambach, Vicky Funk, Holly Haas, Diane Harris, Connie Hemmingsenand Lori Herbst. Donna Hinders, Debra Kern, Susan Kinseth, Vickie Kleingartner, Joanne Kramer, Marie Kunkel, Jennifer Limbaugh, Barb Limbaugh, Barb Merryman, Marlene Morz, Jane Nold, *Dawn Peterson, Denise Poppen, Mary Scobba, Linda Sherman, Nancy Smith, Victoria Telecky and Paula Wertz. Kossuth 4-H Officers At Spencer Meet Kossuth County 4-H officers took part in a 10-county Northwest Iowa Workshop Feb. 3 at Spencer. 4-H officers from Kossuth attending were Mark Mawdsley, Burt; Shirley Becker and Leonard Becker, Wesley; Jane Walker, Burt; Delores Heldorfer, Bancroft; Linda Higgins, Titonka; and Robert Bernhard, Algona. Ruth Patterson, Extension assistant, stated that the main purpose '<rf the event was to give the 4-H officers a chance to look at the opportunities and responsibilities of their new leadership positions. Featured program speakers two of the state 4-H offi- * Susaa Carroll, State Girls' 4.H Vice-president, and John Gerken, State Boys' 4-H Secretary, discussed "You and Your Responsibilities." "Leaders do more than fight battles," stated C. Dean Johnson, Extension leader of 4- Hand youth from Spirit Lake, "they have victory in sight." Speaking on the topic "What Does It Take to be a Leader?", Johnson pointed out the importance of goal setting as an important quality of a leader. Les Juhl, agency manager for Farm Bureau Insurance atStorm Lake, discussed ideas for improving the 4-H and youth program. Juhl pointed out the importance of meeting the needs of youth through youth organizations. The delegates were then given an opportunity to share ideas and make preliminary plans for what they wanted to accomplish during their term of office. The workshop was attended by 75 4-H'ers from northwest Iowa. Former Algona Man Passes; Heart Victim Mrs. C. A. Merrifieldreceived word Sunday of the death of her brother, Forrest Mathes, 76, at the Veterans Hospital, Hot Springs, S. D. Mr. Mathes was born at Burns, Kans., Dec. 11, 1891, and died Feb. 4 of a heart attack. He came to Iowa with his parents and spent his young manhood here. He served in World War I overseas in the signal corps. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes, preceded him in death, as did a sister, Mrs. Fern Hardgrove, and a brother, Lyle. He is survived by his two sons, Robert, Wantagh, N. Y., and Richard, Omaha, Nebr.; two brothers, Frank, Pasadena, Calif., and Lynn, Tulsa, Okla.; and his sister, Mrs. C. A. (Neva)Merrifield, Algona. Burial was at the National Cemetery, Black Hills, S.D. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllg Legal | Notice iiiiiiiiiiimWiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiirnii liiiiiniiiiimiimi iiiiuiil IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9282 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Charles Emanuel, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Charles Emanuel, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of February, 1968, the last will and testament of Charles Emanuel, deceased, bearing date of the 24th day of June, 1963, and Codicil to the Last Will andTestamentattached thereto bearing date of the 9th day of September, 1964, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that John Augustine and Leo Emanuel were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 2nddayofFebruary. 1968. John Augustine Executor of Said Estate St. Cloud, Minnesota Leo Emanuel Executor of Said Estate Adams, Minnesota H. W. Miller Attorney for said Executor 9 1/2 East State Street Algona, Iowa 50511 Date of second publication: 13th day of February, 1968. (11-12) SUPERVALU the &iqn of Excellence INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & \J OPERATED TO GIVE YOU SUPER SERVICE AT SUPER SAVIN6SI Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 Algoi.a (la.) Upper DM Mofn*«-§ DOLE ARMOUR'S STAR FULLY-COOKED SHORT SHANK SLICED AND TIED FOR BAKING OR FRYING WHOLE LIBBY'S 46oz.can TOMATO JUICE PINEAPPLE CRUSHED CHUNK TIDBITS NO. 211 CANS DOUMACK MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS Ib. FRESH USDA GOVT. GRADE A - KNOW YOUR QUALITY ! FRYERS • SWANSDOWN ICAKE FRESH FROZEN HOME-GROWN STEWING HENS ALL VARIETIES SUPER VALU VEGETABLES SWEET PEAS CUT WAX BEANS CUT GREEN BEANS WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN FRENCH STYLE BEANS WHOLE GREEN BEANS 11T/2 OZ. FOR WITH ]5 y 2 BEANS FOR NABISCO - 4 FLAVORS TOASTETTES ARMOUR'S STAR SMOKEES PKG. GUS GLASER BOILED HAM PKG. RING 69* STERLING BRAND SKINLESS FRANKS FLAV-O-RITE BAG TLA\V-V^-KI I C ^'.T POTATO -•^'i. 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BAG 69 SNOMAID RED DELICIOUS APPLEg FRESH BROCCOLI--. bunch 29e f YEUOW ONIONS 3 Ib. bag 29e • SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER head 39c * A COMPARE AlOONA'S NATWNAl AWARD WINNING SUPWMARMT I OWNED AND OPERATED Youth Enters Guilty Plea In Court Here Walter T. Anderson, 18, Duluth, Minn., entered a plea of guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner in district court here this week and was fined $100 by Judge G. W. Stillman. Appeal bond was set at $500, with a stipulation that any unpaid portion of the fine is to be suspended if the defendant Is released to enter the armed services. He reportedly was released to enter the Marine Corps at Des Moines Wednesday. Anderson was charged after he allegedly took a pickup truck owned ty Milton Farrow, Lakota, from the latter's farm Jan. 21. Anderson and a 15-year-old juvenile boy, also from Duluth, were apprehended in the pickup by a patrolman near Boone later the same day. The juvenile was returned to Minnesota, while Anderson was jailed here until action this week. New Vehicle Licenses Go To 24 Persons Twenty-four new vehicles were licensed last week' in Kossuth county, going to the following registrants: International — Donald J. Duffy, Algona; Joseph P. Fangman, Bancroft; Algona Implement, Algona. Chevrolet - Garel Leek, Wesley (truck); Ernie Williams, Algona (2 pickups); Herbert H. Klasse, Titonka (PU); Marcial Bartolo, Ledyard; Leon Laird, Algona. Ford - Donald E. Joos, Titonka (PU); Frances S. Eason, Algona; Charles F. Heinen, Algona; Hershel W. Hartman, Lone Rock; Mancll R. Hurlburt, Swea City; Donald G'. Koppen, Lakota; Bruce Tapper, Buffalo Center; Earl E. Krug, .West Bend. Plymouth — Leroy Hariselman, LuVerne; Ken's Auto Service, Algona. Mercury-Gerald Williamson, Swea City. Buick- EarlSheppard, Algona; Wallace J. Hill, Algona. Oldsmobile - Homer 0. Matthiesen, Fenton. Pontiac -Schultz Bros., Algona. Wed 50 Years, To Fete Burt Couple Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Riedel of Burt will be honored guests for their 50th wedding anniversary celebration with an open house being held at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, Sunday, Feb. 11, from 2 to 4:30 p. m. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. No other invitations are being sent. There will be no program, and the couple requests no gifts. Hosts for the occasion are their four children, Marjorie, Mrs. Raymond Zeimet, Bode; Laura, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Ledyard; Stanley, Rowan; and Laurence, Algona. Corn-Soybean Clinic On Today Today (Thursday) is the day for the 5th annual Corn & Soybean Clinic, being held again this year in the auditorium of Garrigan High School. The program is to start at 9 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m. with a noon break during which time a free noon lunch is to be served. FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODELNG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plumbing-Heating-Cooling 12 No. Dodge, Algona LuVerne Wins Pair Of Games From Ventura LuVerne's cagers nabbed a pair of wins from Ventura Tuesday night, the girls posting a 65-34 victory and the boys a 79-54 win. Connie Hefty counted 26 points, Linda Wilhelm 19 and Michele Coyle 18 as the girls raced to a 33-7 halftime bulge and had no trouble winning. Doug Nelson slammed in 38 points, Don Bristow and Lee Schipull 12 each and Duane Will 11 as LuVerne pulled a comeback to win the boys' game. LuVerne trailed at the Quarter, 20-16, but held the upper hand, 43-26, at halftime and had little trouble winning. OMVI Charge In Mayor's Court; Is Bound Over Wayne Ollom, 40, Burt, waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to district court in Mayor Bill Finn's court here this week. He was charged with OMVI. The charge was filed by Patrolman Tom Cogdall after a 2-car accident at Bancroft Friday at 9 p. m. According to the accident report, the Ollom vehicle went Ui rough a stop sign and struck an auto driven by Marilyn J. Lappe, Bancroft. Bond of $1,000 was set following mayor's court action. In other cases heard by the mayor, James L. Berger, Algona, was fined $5 for failing to dim his lights; Henry P. Ricke, Wesley, $10, failing to have control; Lyle T. Penton, Algona, $10, failing to yield half the roadway, and $10, failing to dim lights; C. B. Fox, Algona, $10, improper left turn; Bernyce V. Richardson, Algona, $5, expired driver's license; and Lyle W. Dawson, Spencer, $10, failing to stop. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Break-Ins Is Reported Here Tuesday Night Still another break-in was reported here early Wednesday. The latest theft occurred at the Colony Inn on East State street after midnight Tuesday. City police were investigating Wednesday. Taken by thieves was an estimated $20 in coins and three cartons of cigarettes. Entrance was gained by breaking a glass from a door on the west side of the building. Once inside, the culprits broke a plate glass from another door. An attempt to break into a music box was unsuccessful. A search of the entire structure was apparently completed and four bottles were ripped off a drink dispensing machine and the dispenser damaged. The break-in was the latest in a series of such ventures here during the past couple of weeks. At Speech Meet Gar rig an High will enter the high school speech tourney at Iowa State University Feb. 9-10 under the direction of Sister Mary Ignatius. There will be three divisions of competition. Cresco M-D Club Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet Feb. 14 in the home of Gladys Eisenbarth, with Diane Gerber assisting hostess. Roll call will be a valentine history or poem. WHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIlllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiHiu LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Dennis Miller of West Bend became parents of a daughter born Feb. 5 at Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. She weighed 9 Ibs., 11 3/4 oz. at birth, There are two boys, Jay, 4, and Keith, 3, who are staying with their maternal grandparents, the Oswald Thilges. Mrs. Miller is the former Brenda Thilges. MR. AND MRS. Oswald Thilges and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bader, Algona, attended the wedding of Judy Kay Mescher at Bancroft Saturday morning. She became the bride of Wm. Byrne of Moorland. NEEP A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DES KOINES PUB. CO. ........
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