Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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Woman driver for Sentral bus Lone Rock — Sentral has hired its first woman bus driver. The Nick Doocys, Lone Rock, have bjcn hired as bus drivers by the Sentral board. They will drive the route formerly driven by A. A. Krueger. Sentral has hired Mrs. Ralph (Virginia) Weisbrod, Fen-ton, as ninth and 10th grade English teacher. Mrs. We- isbrocl formerly taught in the Fenton school. She lias recsnt- ly completed her college work at Drake university in Des Moines. Del tort Geitzenauer, Fenton, has been hired as custodian of the Sentral high school building. Mr. Geitzenauer has bean employed 13 years by the Fonton elevator. 11-j will assume his duties Aug. 29. Mrs. Geitzen- auc-r will assist him. Art will ba offered at Sentral this y&ar. Mrs. Floyd Huizell, Algona, will teach art in the Sentral system. Mr. Hut/ell is the shop teacher there. Shows grand champion hereford SHOWER IS GIVEN Mrs. Steven Burkland was given a wedding shower Aug. 21, at lmniuiHic.'l L'jllv.-ran' e'uurch in LoUs Creel:. Mrs. Berkland, the formor Jacqueline L'labs, was married Aug. 5 and is now living in Ames. The 75 guests were entertained with a fashion skit on ''what not to wear" given by some of the hostess, and girls, Carol Zumack, Lone Rock, sang a solo, and Mrs. Kenneth Hackbarlh, program chairman, gave scripture and a reading on Jackie's life. Debbie Bierle registered guests, and grandmother of the bride, Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth, Algona, poured. Steven Berkland, the groom, and Carol Zumack helped open the gifts. Hostesses were -Mesdames Howard Krause, Gerald itadig, Dick Stntcckor, Vic Dreyer, Lloyd Berkland, Lyndon Karbsr, Har- PICTURED IS Janice Erpelding, Bode, wlio snowed the Grand Champion Hereford at the Kossuth County Fair Wed- nesday afternoon. Janice is the daughter of the Francis Er- peldings, Bode. old Elmers, Roger Jensen, Don Shaw, Molvin Theisen, Delmar Fischer, Kenneth Hackbarth, Herb Hackbarth, Wilford Radig, Ralph Bierstedt, Ray Kading, Edwin Luedtke, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Clarence Lohse, Roy Bierle, Paul Voigt, Vic Kuccker, Walt Jentz, L. H. Seegebarth. The Glair Bollingers and Ervin Wetzels lelt Sunday for a I VOTE FOR 1 gs) KOLLASCH FOR ! '(': '' FiST DISTRICT itaeeralsc Ticks! Veteran World War 11 — 15 years in business Life Long Resident of Kossuth County Your support and vote will be appreciated 67 & 69* f-FEVER U S Sufferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA- CLEAR Decongeslant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion, Allows you to breathe easily—stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out this ad—take to a drug store. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12 Pack Free, mm - ALGONA few days in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Canada. Marilyn Bollinger is at home after a week at summer session at Drake university in Des Moines. She will teach fourth grade at the Ringsted school this year. Last year she taught at Rp-nw'f'•• Everett Householder fell while working last weeK and broxe three bones in his foot. He is in the hospital at Estherville. The Alfred Schultzes, Whittemore, Chester Almes, Ottosen, and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Algona, were weekend visitors with Mrs. Maude Blanchard. The Immanuel Aid of Lotts Creek have been invited to the guest day of the St. John Lutheran church at Fenton. It will be Sept. 7. The H. F. Muellers, Algona, •BjEooJkjn§^; P&sade/ia, &a Paul Voigts, Fenton, and Clarence Lohses, Fairmont, were all Sunday guests at Roy Bierle's. The Sylvester Braces and boys returned Sunday after a trip to Detroit, Mich., and Niagara Falls. In Detroit they toured the Ford Museum and Ford Plant. Barry Priebe, son of the Denis Priebes, returned this week after several days with his cou sin Mark Larson, Mason City. The Arnold Reillys and Mrs. Rose M. Sangl, Upland, Calif., visited friends in Lone Rock on Wednesday. They were luncheon guests at Frederick Schultz's. ; Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Mrs. A. A. Krueger attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Manus on Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz and family and Mrs. Kingma were guests at Frederick Schultz's Thursday. Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Kenny Mueller went by bus to Stanley, Wis., last week to visit the Mueller family. Kenny will return after a week with his family there. The Richard Lindvalls and daughters, Mrs. Leslie Tegland and Mrs. Kenneth Severson, of Clarion, visited the Curtis Olsons. Jayne and Dana Lindvall remained at the Olson home for a few days. Mrs. Raymond Neswold, Britt, spent last week with her parents, the E. A. Lees. She visited her husband at Camp Ripley, Minn., ovar the weekend. Mrs. Walter Gunedso-n and daughter Beth, Hibbing, Minn., and Mrs. Albert Swanson, Swea City, pent Wednesday with Mrs. E. A. Lee. Jerome Zwiefel Fenton, is wed in Minnesota Fenton Gloria Ann Colgrove, daughter of the Theodore Colgroves, Remer, Minn., and Jerome Zwiefel, son of the Ray mond Zwiefels, Fenton, were married Saturday evening at the Bethany Lutheran church in Re mer with the Rev. C. Aase offi ciating. Mrs. Janet Carpenter, sister o the bride, was matron of honor Sharon Tretter, Minneapolis was bridesmaid. Darrel Zwiefel brother of the groom, was bes man with Larry Bierstedt a. groomsman. Ushers were Den lis Stefan .and Robert Gothmann both of Reiner. Janean Zwiefel, sister of th groom, was organist, and solois was Ken Zwiefel, brother of th groom. At the reception following th ceremony, punch was served bj Kathy Brown, Remer, and Peg gy Loso, St. Cloud, cut and served the cake. Going somewhere? your car trip-s Fenton—In the Sentral school istrict the election of school oard members will be held at he high school building from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12. One board moinbar will bs eieot- d for a 3-year term and a treas- irer will be elected for a 2-year erm. The term of Verl Smith expires at this time. Kenneth Jackon is the present treasurer and ,vill be running for reelection. Nomination papers may be secured, from the school secretary, jucille Seegebarth. They must je filed with the secretary no ater than noon Sept. 2, ten days jefore the election. School opening for Sentral is next Monday Fenton — The 1966-67 school year will begin in the Sentral school Aug. 29 at 8:30 a.m. The' first da.y will be in session until 2:30 p.m. Buses will run at the approximate time they did last Mrs. Zwiefel. year. Kindergarten will be held from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 12:30 to 3 p.m. in both Fenton and Lone Rock schools. During the spring kindergarten round-up it was announced that a parent- teacher conference would be held this fall. The parents are to bring the kindergarten children with them to school for the conference with the teacher at the specified time. The schools will begin regular sessions for kindergarten Tuesday. Students to enter kindergar ten at Fenton include Thomas Bollig, Valerie Borchardt, Jef [rey Blbert, Ronald Feye, Mary Finnestad, Judy Gade, Laura Frelermuth, Shelly Hainzinger Larry Maine, Deann Illg, Geralc Klein, Scott Krause, Darryl Me Cann, Daniel Meyer, Craig Thie sen, Teresa Tieman, Janice Tig ges, Barrel Urhof, Gayle Vaudt Brian Wegener, Teresa Wilbsrj? Wendy Lu Wolff, Lori Zumacl and Timothy Mueller. Hot lunches will be 25c for elementary students and 30c for junior high and high school students. The book rental' will be $5 for each student. This fee includes the workbooks for elementary students. In high school an additional charge will be made for workbooks and supplies. Student insurance from Mutual of Omaha will again be a- fcy and (Met!, and StwMfl Jtafttel- man, on leave from Nigeria, were recent guests of the Paul Elg- lers. Friday guests of the Carl Becks were the Hilbert Bier- stedts and Evelyn, Wilfred Bier- stedts, Roger Longs and Derwin, Mrs. Dora Haack and Mrs, Freda iems. It was Mrs. Beck's births day. The Guy DeRueses, Monroe, risited last week at Ray Zwie- 'el's. They attended the wedding of Jerome Zwiefel at Reamer, Minn. Mrs. DeRues is a sister of Annual meeting of Co-op, at Ledyard Ledyard —The annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Co. was held at the Ledyard school Wednesday. Dinner was served to 475 persons by the Matzener- Estle Legion and Auxiliary. Clarence Turner, Rockwell City, showed slides of a trip to Alaska. The annual report was given by the manager, Bernard Reilly. Melborurne Haag was elected to director and Henry Dontje was re-elected. Haag replaces R. I. Anderson. Kenneth Reese won the blanket and Orville Runks- meier the aluminum picnic kit. ALOONA <t«w«1 ADVAfiCf-1 THURSDAY, AUG. 25, HANTELMAN REUNION There were 45 at the Hantelman reunion Sunday at the shelter house in Swea City. Attending were the Olaf Norlands, Cylinder; Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and Barry, Sigourney; the Eldon Hantelmans and Sandra, Larry Busohers, Arnold Hantelmans and Renee, Norman Bollingers and girls, Mrs. Jerry Waite family, the Dr. John Waites and girls, Laurence Hantelmans, the Charles Hantelmans, Ringsted; Everett Klockos, Sioux Falls; the Fred Langermans, Cecil Langer- nans, Marcus Langermans, and guests were Pam Tipple, Terry Voigt and Karen Feye. The confirmation and reception planned for Virginia Fraser at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville has been postponed as Rev. Bliss plans to enter the hospital for surgery this week. Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and Barry, Sigourney, were weekend guests of her parents, the Olai Norlands. The Rev. E. F. Peters, Sylvan Grove, Kans., visited recently with Anna and Elsie Meyer. All were guests at Martin Meyer's, Ottosen, and at a reunion in Algona at Edgar Meyer's. Tuesday the Rudy Peters, Burt, were guests of Anna and Elsie Meyer. The Rev. and Mrs. Peter returned home late in the week. En- route they stopped at Grand Island, Neb., to visit at their son Victor's. The Laurence Muellers, Scots- dale, Ariz., have returned home after a week with Mr. Mueller's parents, the Ernest Muellers, and with other friends and relatives. They also attended the Mueller family reunion. The Eulan Schullers, Titonka, were Friday guests of the Norman Bellingers. vailablc. Premiums will be $2.50 for K-6; S3 for grades 7-8 and $3.50 for grades 10-12. Insurance for football will be from $9.50 to $10. New faculty members include Robert Rice as high school principal, Bert Hanson for commercial studies and football, Kenley Zwiefel, vocal music, Clayton Wolff, high school sciences, Mrs Floyd Hutzeil, art, Mrs. Lyle Newel, second grade at Fenton Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, firs grade at Lone Rock. New personnel also include Mrs. Eugene Thompson as hig: school office secretary, Jerr Wiener as Lone Rock custodian Delbert Geitzenauer as lug school custodian. The Sontra high school is still in need of 9th and 10th grade English tea cher and a bus driver is neede in the Lone Rock area. "See m 4 FREE TICKETS THE 196S WORLD PLUS $500 COME IN AND REGISTER AT PERCIVAL'S DURING OUR GREAT YEAR-END SALE OF DODGE, CHRYSLER AND DODGE TRUCKS. FAREWELL COFFEE The Fairville St. Luke's Lutheran Sunday school teachers held a farewell coffee Monday morning for Mrs. Lucille Frink. Mrs. Frink has purchased a home in Algona and has resigned as a teacher. Attending were Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Norman Bellinger, Registration closes Sept. 17th, So Hurry! Mrs. Winston lond Votteler Kerber, Mrs. De- and Mrs. Frink. MUELLER REUNION There were 7o at the Mueller reunion held recently at Whittemore. In addition to those from the immediate area present were the Laurence Muellers, Scots- dale, Ariz., Marian Muellers, ot StantO'.i, Kenneth Nietzels, Badger, and Mrs. Walter Lake and Wayne, Chicago. \ /,,-S I t The William Hantelmans, Bee- {Sinclair See your neighborhood Sinclair Dealer-he's the first stop for the last word in car care. Have him give you complete service for a care-free trip, including an oil change, an expert lubrication, and a free Safety- Check of vital parts. Drive i" °* the sign of the Sinclair Dinosaur. Drive out trip-shape! Hilton's Sinclair Service 295-3654 State ft Jones Streets Algoru The Norman Bellingers and ?irls were Saturday guests of Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Vlrs. C. C. dishing, Fairmont. Overnight guests of Mrs. Gushing were the Larry McDonalds and boys and Mrs. Len Berguson, Clinton. The Victor Strueckers, Jenifer and Dean, visited last weekend with the Vernon Wilbergs Topeka, Kans. Sunday they attended the wedding of Jean Voelker at Palmer, Kans. The 500 Birthday club met las week with Carol Meyer. High prize went to Kathy Berklanc and low to Joan Waite. Augus birthday was Bernice Cade's. Weekend guests of the Rev Clifford Blisses were their son David and family, Cedar Rapids The Harlan Muellers, Stanton were recent guests at Ernest Mu eller's and also attended the Mueller reunion. Percival South Phillips Street Aiyona, Iowa J ri SA WORLD Local interviews now scheduled for following "ground floor" growth opportunities: Opportunity to manage large blender, several warehouses and area sales force. College degree desired. Sound experi ence in fertilizer field required as well as ability to supervise and motivate people. Sales Representative/Area manager Opportunity to sell top quality fertilizer and related products directly to farmers thus qualifying for future senior management positions. College degree preferred. Fertilizer sales experience desired but not necessary. Excellent employee benefits. Several Iowa-Midwest locations including the Algona area. Rush work and salary history or call Acreage Motel, Algona, Iowa, 295-2428, for interview particulars. (Interviewing at Acreage Motel, Monday, August 29.) R. L. Plimpton SINCLAIR PETROCHEMICALS, INC. 155 North Wacker Drive Chicago, Illinois 60606 An Equal Opportunity Employer 67-68 I I I I I I w, I I 1 FAMOUS BERKSHIRE STOCKINGS THURSDAY, AUG. 25 thru SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 ULTRASON STYLES INCLUDED I 1 i * v i I S I i

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