Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 16
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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Whittemore Grade School Science Fair A Science Fair for grades five through eight was held at St. Michael's Grade school in Whittemore on Sunday, April 4. The fifth and sixth grade winners are shown above. Thev are: ('row 1 left to right) Doris Kenne, Billy Kenyon, and Karen Elbert. Row 2: Walter Elbert, Karen Fickbohm and Dan Muller. Winners for the seventh and eighth grade are: (row 1 left to right) Maxine Kollasch and Dolores Kollasch. How 2: Julie Elbert, Barbara Rich, Dale Kenne, Rita Schuller, and Theresa Fuoss. Row 3: Pat Elbert, Dan O'Brien and John Besch. Two contestants for the St. Michael's Science Fair spent forty hours in their simulated space capsule. Rita Schuller and Barbara Rich attempted to experience> some of the problems man faces in space by building their own model of a space ship and then living in it. 7th Decade Chris Augustesen of Decorah has marked the beginning of his 7th decade in the printing business. He has been with the Anund- sen Publishing Company 60 years. Chris is still the foreman of the composing room having been appointed to that post in 1943. 16 — Kossufh County Advance Monday, April 12, 197T 120 Named On Algona High Honor Roll The Algona Community High School third quarter honor roll was released this week with 120 students listed. Ten received straight A's during the quarter; Shannon Lynch, freshman; sophomores - Steve Jones, Jeanne Dau, Holly Haas, Marlene Morz and Dawn Peterson; juniors - Jeri Nielsen and Anne Schutter; seniors - Marjorie Dailey and Helen Godden. Freshmen: Larry Doughan, Les Erickson, Jim Ewoldt, Dana Kain, Jim Kirkland, Mike Koob, Mike Lierley, Paul Martin, Keith Meyer, Dennis Peterson, Mike Rossow, Bill Smith, Mark Taylor, Brian Will, Liz Anderson, and Debbie Benson. Cindy Brandow, Sue Buchanan, Dana Clapsaddle, Diane Hackbarth, Linda Lallier, Debra Lappe, Micki Marshall, RhondaMatz, Mamie Miller, Susan Owens, Kathleen Payne, Kim Peterson, Rhonda Sabin, Sally Schattschneider, Shelley Smith, Nancy Welton, Kristine Wilcox, and Rowena Wildin. SOPHOMORES: Mick Anderson, Richard Boone, Gene Chris- chilles, Pat Henely, David Jennings, J. c. Kain, David Loss, Jim Neitzel, Jim Riedel, Gary Walker, Janice Charles, Jackie Doocy. Cindy Frambach, Jeanne Goodman, Diane Harris, Lori Herbst, Nita Jorgensen, Vicki Kleingartner, Joan Pfeffer, Denise Poppen, Rhonda Puffer, Mary Scobba, Paula Wertz, Debra Willey. JUNIORS: Ricci Frambach, Mike Huff, Arvin Kinseth, Rex Post, Tom Skogstrom, Randy Smith, Gilbert Wildin, Maureen Angle, .Michele Bauer, Susan Becker, Debra Bulten, Jamie Christie, Rita Doocy, Sandy Faulstich, Sherri Gilmore, Susan Grqen. Sally Haase, Frances Hanson, Barb Harris, Linda Hauser, Bonnie Helmers, Carmen Kautsch, Sheryl Knecht, Nancy Kolp, Pat Lierley, Ellen Metzger, Christal Paetz, Lisa Peter, Vicki Rick- lets, Kristi Sheakley, Anne Stuart, Jacque Taylor, Sandy Weaver, Bonnie Willrett. SENIORS: Wayne Hannover, Jim Harris, Michael Henely, Robert Knudsen, Dan Menneke, Michael Owen, Paul Schiltz, Steve Schutter, Jim Stock, Cheryl Bird. Sherry Bulten, Lori Calhoun, Susan Davis, Lynn Erickson, Gail Kirkland, Cindy Laing, Linda , Marshall, Zelda Meelhause, Kathy Peterson, Judy Riedel, I 'Take 5' By TOM WALLER Portland Heart Fund Drive Nets ALGONA Chamber of Commerce envelopes now proclaim a new distinction: " Algona- Pepperoni Capital of the World!" Hormel produces and packages the Pepperoni. - o - A DISAPPOINTED seventh-grader at Algona's Middle School was telling how it was decided that the class's spring outing would take place at the Athletic Park instead of Call state Park- "Thev said we couldn't have it at the park because someone might get lost on the trails. . . And we can't use the shelter house at the athletic park unless we have to go to the restroom. ..." - o - CRITICS OF the Algona Police Department should be satisfied now. Officer Shorty Hutchinson was supervising the Kite Flying Contest when he said, "People are always telling us to go fly a kite ..... "By the way, a couple of the winners went home with transistor radios. - o - WE'VE ALL SEEN the girl-pops-out-of-a-cake routine. . . at least in movies. It happened at Charlie's Supper Club in Algona recently. The children of HugoGade, Algona, threw a surprise party for him on his 70th birthday. He was doubly surprised when his daughter Marlene, who lives in California, jumped out of a giant paper cake. - o - AT THIS WRITING, the Algona area gas war is still going Bv my calculations it started March 19. ipulledinto an Algona service station that Friday after seeing the "31.9" on the gas war sign The station manager said that stations in the Burt and Bancroft'area had dropped their prices and "started it all." I WAS IN Burt about two weeks later and noticed the prices were quite a bit higher than in Algona, however. Algona dipped to 29 9 at some pumps. Emmetsburg slipped to 22 and 23 cents. . . Meanwhile one visitor who arrived via Oklahoma's oil-producing country said gas sells for 45 cents a gallon. , - o - BEFORE ALGONA newcomer Pete Arnold had a chance to ask what teenagers in this town are like, several of them were helping him move into the house at 119S. Minnesota Street. Pete is working with his brother-in-law, chuck Behr (trailers, campers, snowmobiles). Chuck flagged down some young male passerby from both Garrigan and Algona High, and they jumped at a chance to helpout and earn a little change to boot. -o- I GOT AN emergency phone call from Art Olson just a few minutes before the annual. Barbershopper's Parade was scheduled to begin. "Did we get all the programs you printed?" he asked. "We're running out already." They did run out because the usual 500 programs were outnumbered this year by the patrons. The crowd was the result of excellent promotion work on the part of the corn Belt chorus ... and they weren't disappointed by the show or the "Afterglow"; at the VFW. -o- AT BEDTIME, a child is someone who won't take now for an answer. A MAN SMART enough to fill a tough job is sometimes too smart to take it. PORTLAND - The Heart Fund has been turned in, totaling$91. 55 in envelopes. This does not include memorials or donations sent in by letter. Mrs. Frank Becker wishes to thank every one for their contributions and cooperation. Anyone still wishing to give in memory of anyone may do so at anytime by leaving it at the Iowa State Bank in Algona. -o- The Four Corner Social club -met Tuesday afternoon, April 6 in the home of Vera Fitch. Twelve members were in attendance. Judy Fitch was a guest. Leita Phelps won a prize for the most interesting roll call. VivaRings- dorf received a birthday gift from her Secret sister. After old and new business was taken care of the meeting was adjourned and the remainder of the after- noon was spent socially. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 4 in the home of Velma Nelson. Roll call, bulb and plant exchange. Fourteen ladies attended Circle A of the Burt Presbyterian church, Wednesday afternoon, in the home of Grace Trenary. viola Becker of Swea City was a guest. Mrs. Michael Long had devotions and Mrs. Harold Andreasen was in charge of the Bible Study. The next meeting of Circle A will be Wednesday afternoon, May 5 in the home of Mrs. Ben Bahling. Hilda will have the devotions and the group will have Bible study. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch visited in the Harold Andreasen home Tuesday evening. Mr. Chester Fitch and Mr. Duane Gerdis called at the Victor Fitch home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwiertert attended the wedding last Saturday afternoon, of her cousin, Miss Norma Baumand of Blue Earth and Bill Skinner of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson of Burt were Wednesday evening visitors in the E. C. Sorenson home. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy, Mrs. Arthur Hix and Mrs. Florence Grosser went to Mason City Thursday afternoon and did some shopping and consulted an eye doctor. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, April 15 in the home of Ruth Nauman with June Sparks assistant hostess. Roll call, "A poem or verse from the Bible about Easter". Program to be announced. Fun time Hilma Carlson and Myrtle Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps visited Mr. and Mrs. James Sewick of Spirit Lake Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Spear, Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Leona Haase, Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mrs. Louis Bartlett were among the ladies attending a party in the home of Mrs. Art Bartlett last Wednesday. HOW? . . . READJTHE ALGOJJA NEWSPAPERS ' AND YOU'LL KNOWt . Debbie Schultz, Pat Werts, Linda Whitcher and Maria Wittkopf. Honoree Mrs. Edna C. Morris of Stock- port was honored recently upon her retirement as Van Buren county's home economist by fellow staff members and the F.arm Bureau Women. j SPECIAL SALE OF j POLAROID CAMERAS f — PRICES GOOD WHILE SUPPLY LASTS I Now'44.50 I Now '59.50 | Now 74.00) Now '119.95 j A Model .560 «"&. Now 149.00 A (Rusk Drug & Jewelry ( I Model 320 Model 330 | Model 340 | Model 350 Model 360 Rag. $59.95 Reg. $79.95 Reg. $99.95 Reg. $149.95 Algona AFTER-EASTER REDUCTIONS s Coats - Dresses - Pant Suits The largest group of coats ever reduced at the Chrischilles Store after Easter. Because of the late Easter you save more on QUALITY wool SYCAMORE styles, fine pure polyester and dressy styles, some alf purpose TUXTER styles ... and some shorter length pant coat styles . . . ALL REDUCED!!!! A selected group of Spring dresses that can be worn now and all summer long. Long sleeves, short sleeves and even some sleeveless styles. ALL NEW SINCE JAN. 1st. Sizes from smallest junior size 5 to size 15, regular sizes from size 8 to size 20, and half sizes from 12'/2 to size 241/2. Polyester fabric included... reduced to sell to make room for new styles coming daily ... ALL REDUCED!!!! The largest group of pant suits reduced in the entire area. ALL SIZES . . . juniors, regulars, and HALF SIZES ... to 22'/2. Every price in this group. Pick from hundreds ... Save on new Spring pant suits you can wear year round ... two and three pieces styles. ALL REDUCED!!!! CHRISCHILLES STORE

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