Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1971
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Troop 71 Court Of Honor TROOP 71 held a Court of Honor Wednesday evening, March 24, at their regular meeting. The Hawk Patrol had charge of the opening ceremony and Tenderfoot Investiture was held for Kim Thompson. The Dakotah Patrol gave a skit titled "Big John's A Comin' " and Roger pewick was presented with his Scholarship and First Aid Merit Badges. Paul Ostwinkle, Jr. received his 5-year Service Star and Kurt Hankins was presented his patrol Leader badge. Eagle Patrol gave a skit "Bad Day for the Chef" before Roger Pewick was presented his Star Scout Award. Senior patrol Leader, David Rlke, had charge of the closing ceremony. David Strickler is Scoutmaster and Troop 71 meets every Wednesday at the Methodist Church. The Scouts, front row left to right, are: Kurt Hankins and Kim Thompson. In the back row: Paul Ostwinkle and Roger Pewick. Twin Rivers Announces 3rd Quarter Honor Roll son, Janet Enger, Jeanette Brown, Shirley Holthaus, Rodney Thompson, Dennis Demory and Ellen Wilson. JUNIORS - Mark Olson, Steve Wendt, Ron Hohenberger, Sandy Sawyer, Patty Jacobson, JoAnn Enger, Cindy Hankins, Vickie King, Joye Wehrspann, Pat Borkowski, Randy Brock, Pam Curry, Judy Halsrud,Ron Hamilton, Sandra Holthaus, Gene Johnson and Janet Mogler. SENIORS - Judy Johnson, Marlys Rossing, Randy Thompson, Mary Hosford, KrisMathia- son, Susie Christensen, Jim Hanson, Marilyn Olson, Kris Struthers, Jean Zeman, Greg Jenson, Tom Eisenbarth, Brent Hanson, Miriam Mackintosh, Gary Telford, Kathy Bratland, Vicki Lempke, Tim Colwell, Dennis DeBoom, Kathy Frederick, Iris Johnson, Cathy Nelson, Debbie Olson, Theda Salmon and Dallas Tofteberg. Students with 4.00 averages were Madge Salmon and Margie Salzer, 7th grade; Yvonne Banwart and Connie Gress, freshmen; Brenda Jacobson and Kathy Wendt, sophomores; Judy Johnson, Marlys Rossing and Randy Thompson, seniors. LuVerne Girl Earns Luther Scholarship DECORAH - Vickie DeGroot of LuVerne has received a $10 instrumental scholarship to participate in the annual Dorian Music Camp at Luther College June 20-26. Scholarships were awarded to students whoperformedinanout- standing manner for the 22nd annual Dorian Instrumental Festival at Luther in March and the 21st annual Dorian Vocal Festival at Luther in January. Scholarships are given in the amount of $20 to students who appeared as soloists in thefesti- BODE (Special) - The following members of the Twin Rivers Community Junior/senior high school's student body achieved the academic honor roll for the third quarter of the 197071 school year. A 4.00 would be a straight "A" average, and In order to make the honor roll a student must have a 3.00average or above. 7TH GRADE - Madge Salmon, Margie Stalzer, Debra Carlson, Richard Hoversten, Greg Lempke, Debbie Collins, Jeff Sawyer, Jennifer Wood, Terry Johnson, Steven Jones, Lori Thul, Ron Hankins, Richard Kinseth, Ruth Monson, Lori Helvick, Jeanne Bakken, Rhonda Banwart, Karla Kellner and Duane Matheson. 8TH GRADE-Jana Wehrspann, Mary Foth, Barbara Malkmus, Glna Collins, Daryl Olson, Greg Eisenbarth, Christy Hauck, Gloria Johnson, Tori Larson, Susan Berte, David Kiley, Karen Kinseth, Christy Dahl, Mary Hansel, Ricky Olson and Jeff Enger. FRESHMAN-Yvonne Banwart, Connie Gress, Linda Hood, Julie Pflibsen, cherie Thatcher, Denise Behounek, Ron Oppedahl, Jeri Barton, Danny Evenson, Dianna Johnson, Janna Brock, Suzan Sawyer, Vickie TerwUliger, Linda Wood and Debbie Zeimet. SOPHOMORE - Brenda Jacobson, Kathy Wendt, Bonnie Jacob- 'Rebel Without A Cause' At Swea City April 6 SWEA CITY - Special -The Senior class of Swea City Community School will present "Rebel Without A Cause", a play in three acts dramatized by James Fuller on Friday evening, April 16 at 8 p.m. The play is a constructive look into the emotional problems of teenagers and is under the direction of James Rode, English Instructor at Swea City. Joy pehrson Is student director. Tryouts were recently held for the play which has parts for 13 men and ten women plus extras. The play is baaed upon the motion picture of the same title which was produced and copyrighted in 1955 by Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc. The following are the play parts and a brief description of each: A Man, a passer-by, Terry Richardson; BUM Gunderson, a "wheel" in school, Jerry Richardson; Jim K. Stark, a new boy in school, Allen Wiechmann; Officer Mullen, a police sergeant, Charles Larsen; Judy Brown, the girl Jim likes, Barbara Peterson; Plato, Jim's new friend, Mark O'Greenj Mrs. Davis, a friend to Plato, Vonda Hansmann; Ray, a Juvenile officer, Gale Mlno; Mr. stark, Jim's father, David Holcomb; Mrs.Stark, Jim's mother, Mindy Hazelhoff; Grandma, Mr. Stark's mother, Mary Clark; Bell, Judy's younger sister, Marlu Krantz; Miss Hannlngton, high school teacher, Susan Quam; Gang members, Crunch, David Richardson; Goon, Larry Fisher, Moose, Jim Butterfield; Helen, Sandy Paul, Millie, Marian Perdue; Lecturer at Planetarium, Linda Danielson; Mr. Brown, Judy's father, Phil Forshee; Mrs. Brown, Judy's mother, Nancy Charlson; Officer One, Wayne Langerman; Officer Two, Joe Gonzalez. -:-,-,*•:' You EVER WANTED To KNOW ABOUT You. If you saw this headline in your local newspaper you'd take the time to read it- all of it. So would your friends and neighbors. And that's what local newspapers are all about: you and the people in your town. Your local newspaper's prime function is to present the news . . . honestly and fully. Local newspaper reporting includes everything from what's going on at City Council meetings, to the luncheon menu at your local school. Local newspapers deliver, where other news sources leave off. What's happening in your community is just as important to your local newspaper as an epic journey to the moon. Who wants to know what's going on in your community? You do! And, your local newspaper is the news medium that reports it—in full. Newspapers deliver the local story. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS vals, $15 for students who received unusually good comments from guest critics and $10 for students who received promising comments from critics. WHO ... READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! ;; PUBLIC NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Marvin G. Fuller, dbalndiano- la Transport Service, Indlanola, Iowa, transferor and Morrison's, Inc., Pulaski, Iowa, transferee, have filed a Joint application for the Commission's approval of the transfer of Certificate of Convenience ami Necessity No. LC-54 which authorizes the transportation of liquid commo- dities in bulk, in tank vehicles, between all points in the State of Iowa EXCEPT petroleum products from points and places in Woodbury County, Iowa to points and places in Monona County, Iowa, The Commission has fixed Tuesday, May 18, 1971, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at its office in the Valley Bank Building, 4th & Walnut, Des Moines, Iowa as the time and place for public hearing In the above docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Kenneth J. Benda, Chairman Dick A. Witt, Commissioner Frank B, Means,Commissioner ATTEST: E, B.Storey, Secretary Docket No. DLC-373 Dated at bes Moines, Iowa, March 16, 1971. Published in the Kossuth Countj Advance, March 29, 1971 and April 5, 1971. (ISA - 14A) OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given that Van Iperen Feed & Grain Co., Hospers, Iowa has made application to the Iowa state Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 327A for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a liquid transport carrier of liquid feed, liquid feed ingredients and liquid feed supplements, liquid fertilizer, liquid fertilizer materials, and anhydrous ammonia to and from all points In all of the counties of Iowa. The Commission has fixed Tuesday, May 11, 1971, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at its office in Des Moines, Iowa as time and place for hearing in the above docketed matter. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Kenneth J. Benda, Chairman Dick A. Witt, Com mlsstoner FrankB. Means, Commissioner ATTEST: E. B. Storey, Secretary Kossuth County Advance - 7 Monday, March 29, 1971 Docket No. DLC-369 Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, March 2, 1971. (Published in the Kossuth County (Iowa) Advance March 29 and April 5, 1971).(13A&14A) • 4 * t * I DIAMOND'S. Attention All » GIRLS: | Stop in for } WRANGLER Jeans, f Cut-offs, Jamatcas • and Bermudas . . . • Bulk Wagon Sinrict Fuil Oil and Gat Fro Premium* With Oat PurchMtt at our station. You'll Like Itl VIKING OIL Roy Stoff.l, M0r. N. Main It. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT • iehlen Buildings • Kowaneo DUct "Tho i«it of Everything' Phono 2f5-2447 AlfMi THE ALGONA PUBLISHING COMPANY *» WHEN HANDLED BY ST MOVING AND STORAGE D For 50 yoori, tho POST MOVING & STORAGE CO. hoi boon a pauword to all Algonani who had any and ovory typo of moving requests. Tho protont ownor, Dick Poit, hai grown up in the business, which wo» founded by his fathar, Hugh Poit, in th« early 1900'» with only a toam of horioi and a wagon. Tho POST MOVING * STORAGE CO. floot includes many freight and mov Ing vans, and vans uiod exclusively for handling furniture. When you consult with POST about your moving problems, you'll know that you are talking with men who know tht moving business from A to Z. In giving special attention to moving problems, they are capable of doing the entire job, from packing of fine glassware to moving heavy cumbersome pianos and refrigerators. Tho service is tops in thi» area. An added feature of tho company is tho storage facility available for household goods or any other merchandise. Their fireproof Q'uonsot warehouse Is located on Main Street in tho northeast part of town. 'You'll find oxtra reasonable rates for this service. Phone POST MOVING ft STORAGE CO. - 295-2275 - and lot them help you with your moving and storage plant, READY MIX CONCRETl • SAVES MONEY • SAVES TIME • DOES A IETTER JOB PHONE 295-52*4 Algona, Iowa COWAN CORP. (Pormorly Ready Mix Coneroto A Lumber Co.) THE ALGONA PUBLISHING COMPANY LINDE IMPLEMENT 00. Farm Equipment • Allli Chalmort • 9ahl • Now Idea "Sorvlng Northern Iowa and Southern Mlnnotota for tho past 34 Yoar* - 1937 to 1971 272-4601 Swoo City CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Contra! Iowa — Carrying In Stock — Tho Moat Complato Selection of Carpeting In Thli Aroa. SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOWI BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Hankins-Wibben Construction Co. All Types Building Cabinet Work 22 South Hockart — Algrma Dial 295-5307 Ploaio call aftor 6:00 p.m. GRAIN STORAGE And GASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CABQILL, (NO. 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