Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1971 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 28, 1971
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MMSJWJM.M.M M ** THIS COUPON AND lOc PAYS ADMISSION TO WEDNESDAY MATINEE. GOOD 6/30/71 JOUYTIME SKATING ttNTIR 4-H Youth Leaders Meeting There will be a Kossuth county 4-H youth leaders meeting tonight (Monday) at 7 : 30 at Smith Lake. Members are asked to bring recreational equipment such as volley balls and hot dog roasting sticks. There will be a charge of 50? for refreshments. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK BEFORE YOU BUY... LET GRAHAM HARDWARE ALGONA SHOW YOU WHY FEDDERS IS THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING ROOM AIR CONDITIONER 4,000 BTU'S 115 Volt Plug-In Portable Air Conditioner Draws Only 7'/i Amperes GRAHAM HARDWARE 295-5122 DOWNTOWN ALGONA KIRK'S SUMMER CLEARANCE STARTS MON., JUNE 28 LADIES SPRING SUMMER SHOES 1 $ RACK NOW PRICED AT REG. $10.95 TO $13.95 7 OFF ON BONE OR WHITE COLORED LADIES HUSH PUPPIES OR ENNA JETTICKS ! OFF ON GIRLS AND BOYS SHOES (LIMITED NUMBER) KIRK'S SHOE STORE DOWNTOWN - ALGONA Round Robin 500 Play Ends At St. Joe ST. JOE -Thirty-seven women gathered in St. Joseph's school hall Wednesday for the final game of the Round Robin players and guests. This play ended the "500" marathon of competition for the tourney. Nine tables of "500" were in play with Mrs. Don Dig and Mrs. N. J. Weydert receiving prizes. Attendance prize was received by Mrs. Don Reding. Mrs. Rosalia nig and Mrs. Albert Thilges received the Round Robin trophy for the 197071 year. The proceeds from the program goes towards the education of Seminarian Emanuel from East Central State, Nigeria, West Africa. A new series will begin in September and anyone interested in joining the Round Robin "500" fund-raising project for the Seminarian, is asked to contact Mrs. Paul Erpelding or Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. - o- Mrs. Peter Kirsch returned Sunday via plane to Des Moines after a visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Thompson, Red Oak, Tex. Grandchildren, Dawn Marie and Ronnie, returned here for a visit. Livermore Mrs. Mayme Scott Major and Mrs. Gary Hintz, Tommy and Cre'g, Tustin, Calif., came -last week to spend a week with his mother, Mrs. Leona Hintz. Mrs. Doris Berryhill and children, Duluth, Minn., spent last week with her mother- in-law, Mrs. Marcia Berryhill. Other visitors have been Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryhill and sons of Saudi Arabia who came to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach, LuVerne. A visitor in the Larry Wilson home for the past week was their grandson, Jack Congalton of Placerville, Calif. He is the son of the former Maxine Wilson. He came by bus but rode back with friends who were enroute to Chicago to attend the wedding of their daughter.";*-' —.,. Mrs. Bernice Fielder ofWa- keeny, Kans., who came to visit her brother Marvin Lamb, was a guest in the Lamb home from Monday until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clark, Lafayette, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Clark, Portland, and their sister, Mrs. Ruth Peek, Stanton, Ore., were supper guests in the home of Mrs. Laura Wells and her sister, Mrs. Nell Wickey, one evening last week. The darks and Laura and Nell (Hauck) were all schoolmates at a country school more than 50 years ago. Mrs. Julia Behounek is a patient at the hospital in Humboldt. Mrs. Delores Lamb, Mrs. Jack Vaughn, Mrs. Herb Raney and Mrs. Dale Joiner enjoyed a day of fishing Wednesday. Herman Larson is a medical patient at Bethesda Hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Sylvia Kaminski, Omaha, Nebr,, spent several days last week in the home of her parents, the Richard Ferstls, Mrs. Nell Wickey is on a two- weeks' vacation with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jacobson, Rochester, Minn. They planned to go to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri and on to Nashville, Term. Business News New Farm Bureau Manager THE KOSSUTH County Farm Bureau is happy to welcome Dean Briggs as the new Farm Bureau Agency Manager. Dean was born and raised near Mallard and started with Farm Bureau Insurance Co. in April 1959 as an agent In Cass County Farm Bureau at Atlantic. In 1960 he was appointed as agency manager for Shelby Co Farm Bureau at Harlan where he remained for three years before returning to cass Co. as agency manager. He remained in that position until August 1969 when he and his family moved to Oregon State. THE BRIGGS family returned to Iowa in June of this year when he accepted the Agency Manager position for Kossuth County. Dean and his wife, Ann, have six children, Larry 22, Terry 21, Tim IB, Connie 16, Lori 8, and dale 3. They are presently living in Burt.' In his.leisure time, Dean enjoys fishing, hunting, golfing and watching football. - o- Cargill Adds Dust Controls INSTALLATION OF a $5,800 screen house to control emission or airborne dust and other particles from a new grain drier at the Carglll, Inc. elevator here has been announced by elevator manager Dale Kleingartner. CARGILL FELT the dust control equipment should be added, Kleingartner said, after the drier was placed in operation last fall. Kleingartner said the Algona equipment is part of Cargill's nationwide program to control all possible pollutants at company installations. He said the Cargill project has cost $8 million since 1962 and is expected to reach $15 million by 1975. Ledyard Girl In Clinton Summer Theatre of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer. Henriksen is also a senior at Iowa state, majoring in speech- telecommunicative arts. He is also in his second season with the Showboat Players, having worked with them in 1969. Five plays are scheduled for this summer; the third year the ISU group has been here. "The Apple Tree," a rollicking musical history of Iowa, June 24-27 and July 1-4. '.'A.Thousand Clowns," wildly funny contemporary comedy, July 8-11, 15-18. "A Streetca Named Desire," Tennesse Williams' lusty south, July 22-25, 29-Aug. 1. "Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum," bawdy musical farce, Aug. 5-8, 12-15. "Rumpelstiltskin," children's theatre, Jaly 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14. CLINTON - The Iowa State University Showboat Players gave their first performance of the season at the air-conditioned Showboat Rhododendron here last Thursday. Area artists acting in "The Apple Tree" included Gretchen DeBoer of Ledyard and Mark Henriksen of Emmetsburg. The Rhododendron is a floating theatre permanently moored in the Mississippi River at Rlverview Park. Miss DeBoer is returning for her second consecutive year with the Showboat Players. She is a speech-theatre major at Iowa State University, where she will be a senior. She is the daughter • • • • • | DIAMOND'S; Attention All j GIRLS: ' Stop in for WRANGLER Jeans, Cut-offs, Jamaicas J Cut-offs, Jamaica! • f and Bermudas . . . • : 3 From County Get Wartburg Scholarships WAVERLY - Three students from Kossuth county, Gary Twait, Fenton, and Bob Knudsen and Randy Ricklefs, Algona, have been named as recipients of Wartburg College honor scholarships of $100. The amount may be increased to $500upon demonstration of financial need. All three ranked in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class and will enroll at Wartburg next fall as freshmen. WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL KNOW! Monday, June 28, 1971 Kos$oth Counfy Advanw _ untjoat ipaE iw a pai/t SHOES The combination of sensible design and Goodyear Welt Construction assure proper fit, maximum comfort. Try FIFTEEN MILLION FAMILIES own shares' in co-operative enterprises in the United States today. MEMBERS ARE INVOLVED by the hundreds of thousands in helping develop the policies of American co-operatives. DECISION MAKING in co-operatives is a true example of democracy in ;:;.:. action because co-operatives are run by people who own and use them. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR __._ Dennis Cumberland, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schuitz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Arnold Skadburg, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Jerry Huffman, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L. Matheson, Mgr. 1 Fabric Sale THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF SUMMER FABRICS NOW ON SALE. THIS IS OUR SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE FROM OUR FABRIC DEPARTMENT. DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS ON NAME BRAND FABRICS. CHRISCHILLES The Algeria Newspapers' Summer Movie Matinees Wed., June 30 Plus Two 3 Stooges and Cartoon 1:30 p.m. — Algona Theatre Admission Only 25c Wih Coupon Below CLIP THIS COUPON! This Coupon and 25c Good For One Admission for Any of The Series of The Algona Newspapers MOVIE MATINEES AT THE AIGQNA THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY 1:30 P.M. Regular Admission SOc and $1.00 i on on Sfc

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