Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 12, 1966
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tf V THIS DISPLAY of a one half scale model of the Pacific Intel-mountain Express regular long haul tractor and uouole ^.trailer combination was shown in Algona Wednesday, Aug. 31. i.Many persons stopped to see thei little hand-made machine < which cost $77,000 and actually runs. Children especially en- joyed sitting in the cab and tooting the air horn. A million mile P. I. E. driver from Fort Dodge was on hand to answer questions about the little truck which came to "Algona on a flatbed trailer. Wilma Strayer Trucking is the local P. 1. E. representative. 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCt MONDAY, SEPT. 12, 1966 by Cathy Chrischilles We|l, art you •• surprised as] I am to see the Chrischilles name on a teen-age column? This makes three generations of us and I'm ,the youngest — that's something isn't it Grandpa and Uncle Julie? When effervescent Sally Bay: gave this legacy to me, I didn't know it was so hard to fill up a' little column. Why't didn't someone tell! me? So I'm a novice — you can tell. Mrs. Kalar says there is a slight chance that. I might get! better; Wonder if Mr. Soak- son would accept my random thoughts as theme no. 1 if I tossed in the word symbolism? • ^ • difficult to fill in the circles with broken arm while taking [TEP Ctasts Wednesday and Thursday!; Thi* year's junior high cheer* leaders' 1 ; i^yere. elected Tuesday night after school. They are a* follows:' 8th grade, Capt. Linn Erickeon, Mary Lovstad, alternate A|nn .... Taylor. 7th grade Capt. Jamie Christie, Elena Franco, alternate, Nancy Kolp. Officers named for School has actually started it was a short summer. Even though I don't have a 7:30 class that alarm doct rings early^' Alter .the orange juic3, its a dash for ths second , home, with its five delightful daily courses] Tha year began with the student assembly at which Rich Black presided for the first time. After words from Super iniendent ~ Laing arid Principal Allen,we Ul met Sutira Sol Pet, our American Field Service stu dent from Thailand. Welcome Sutira. We're glad to have you with us and we hope you have a pleasant year. Friday, the Student Council sponsored a soc-hop to, raise money and camaraderie. There was a very good crowd. This Friday night the Bulldogs travel to Emmetsburg for the first game of the season. The Pep Club is furnishing buses for their members. Good luck Bulldogs! —*— There was a Cadotto mooting Friday after schol to decide on new uniforms for the coming year. They are to have a military air, but the skirts will still be short. Physical fitness note: Teenagers suffer from heat at 75 de- frees F. It's fun to be on State tree* at 2:31 P.M. 1 F.T.A. started off this year with a picnic and a Softball game at Call State Park. After wards there was a business meeting at which Clint Young was elected vice president. Congratulations Clint. —*—• ' Tuesday night after school the Cad&ttes had their first prac- tica of the ysar. The new girls learned fundamentals and a 'routine. Connie Derbyshire and :Carol Sloniker are this year's co-captains. Good luck girls. ± * j *• ^^ : This weeks talented artists for Pep Club pasters were: Diana Levy, Diane Miller, Becky Hem- jngson, and Cathy Bixler. ' . Rich Black found it rather Ledyard — Officers were el ected Thursday for the Worn en's GuMd at the Bethany Evan gelioal and Reformed church i'hey will, take office in January Mrs. Loren Pederson. will be the president; Mrs! James Smith vi^e; ,Mirs. Irvin Brandt, sec. and Mrs. Arden Runksmeier treas. The film "Respect for Au t'hority 1 * w'as shown. Deanna Bra hdt gave, a musical reading ac companied by Diannc • Water house. Hostesses were Mrs. Wil Ham Knoher, Mrs. John Kram ersmeier, Mrs. Engelbart Loge Pederson Ben Studer shows (rand champion Ben" ,G; Studer, Wesley, recent ly showed the grand and senio champion Shorthorn bull at th Minnesota state fair. Advertise In the Advance Largest PAID circulation 48 kindergarten children enroll at Bancroft •+oo+o+oeoeoeeooooeeoooo Cot with Mrs. Harry L. Mew ••a»o«»oooeeooo»eooooo»o The class of 1956 held their loth reunion Saturday evening si Jerry's Cafe. Out of the 22 there were 10 present. Those ^resent were: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Glawe), Cot' with, Mr. and Mrs. I GaU Slick (Vefletie Scfibner), DM Moines, Mr. afid MM. Marvin ligges (Mary Arndorfer) Butt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Anderson, Durdnt, Mr. and Mr*. Larry Anderson, Tatottka, 1st Lt. Jay and Mrs. Gioiifiey, Indianapolis, Irtd., Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig, Algona, ivit. and Mrs. Ronald Kraft, Mumboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Netson, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slater, Marshalltown. There were letters read from some of the members who were not present. A good time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. John Babcock and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dun fee and Terry, enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Emma Oxley is visiting her daughter, the Robert Nuttys at Sioux Falls, S. D. The Russell Tebbens spent the Weekend with her parents, the Lester Bonnstetters, Arnolds Park. Mrs. Keith Gregory and family, Goldfield, spent Saturday With her grandmother, Mrs. Ad die Ha mm. They came to attend the Fun Day. Sunday guests of Mrs. Addie Ha mm were Mrs. Shelby Stephens and Mrs. Gary Davis and son, Des Moines. Mrs. Mayne Severns visited in the afternoon. 1st Lt. Jay and Mrs. Gourley and family, Indianapolis, Ind., and the Lyic (krtirleys, Lake City, spfnt the Weekend i*ith the Eugene Keiths. The Donald Dunfees, Watsis loo, spent the weekend With her parents, the John Babcocks. The Don Meyers, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, the Arnold Heises. The Martin Hinders, Britt, -vis* ited Sunday with the William Erdmans. The Lloyd Fletchers, Kanawha, were Sunday guests of the William Erdmans, Jim Jurgensen and Jim Wag tier left Monday for Mason City where they will attend Hamilton college. The Don Hampes and Jim Bulls spent the weekend in northern Minnesota. Warren Lena and Harold Brown, Industry, spent from Wednesday to Monday in Minnesota fishing. Mrs. Warren Lenz and Randy jpeurt Saturday night with Mrs. Viola Brown. . The George Wolfes, Algona, visited Thursday with the Arthur Livingstons. The John Heils, Marshalltown, spent the weekend with her par- jnto, the Clarence Jurgensens. Sunday, guests were the Louis Helms, Harley Kobbs, Mason City, the Leo Thompsonss, Clear Lake, Robert Murrary, Richard and Patricia, Crown Point, Ind., and Mrs. Clafia Wolfe, The Robert Weitet*, Mi*» City/were Sttttd&y Vi&tefi ; w01i the R. C. Weltets and Rob^J . Dft> Grootes. Oh Monday the Williaitt Welters, Cattail, wete gites^/ Mrs. Laura Veldhouse il a W tient >at the Belmond hospkal^ Ray Perkins is & patient at the University hospital, lowl Cny, Bea McBaath aftd Tom Waukegatt, 111.-, spent jL week with the Hairy Maws. The Gail Slacks, Des Moines, spent the weekend. uesday ., Mrs, , ffi*thtyti MafkittaJi, belli Klassie and Miss Lena gel, RettWiek, MiM Cfelgel . ttfcr mMned until Friday, and the Donald Deans took her back. The Waiter Claudes* Garner, were Thursday visitors ,W the Charles Claudes. ..•::, \ -- : : ; ,. *• .5 THi .Don Sloters, Marshall^ town/ spen/t the weekend with his parents; the William Sloters, NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. On further additions to your Aeroton 2 way FM Mobile Radio System. Radio dispatched vehicles will now provide better-than- ever service to customers. AEROTRON ELECTRONIC ' SPECIALTIES Algona BUSINESSMEN: Find but how you can use 2-way radio in your business. Call today for convincing demonstration. Bancroft—A total of 48 kin dergarten children are attending ;!ie .kindergarten classes in the Bancroft public school this fall. They are divided into two _:roups with one group attending "vlcaday, Wednesday and .Friday of one week and Tuesday and Thursday of the next and then iltcrnaiting.' Teacher is Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher. Those attending are the iollowing: GROUP I Tommy Arndorfer (Don), Thersa Bednarz (Josef), Susan prosssler (John), Colleen Fox (Roy), Maureen Goche (James). Joseph Goahe (Wm,), Paul Ham iltoa (Luke), Patricia Inman (Ross), Billy Hatlestad (Stanley),, Brendia Kemna (Joseph), /Mary Jo Lampe (Gane), Mont? Leerai (La&ter), Carol Loners (Michael), Angela Lowe (Stan), Mary Mer ron (Geio.), Jerry Oliver (James), limmy Ranger (Walter), Anthony Stork (Francis), Julie Vaske (Allen), Jim Welp (James) Liza .Welp (Don), Mary Susan .Wolf (Virgil), GROUP II Julia Bauer (Frank Jr.), Debra "Do'ccy' XDonald), Mary ,.Susan Faiigman (Melyin), Billy Haupt•man (Bernard), Charles Ingalls (Charles), John Kayser (Albin) Janice Kemna (Laurence), Catherine Kramer (Joseph), Robert Leninger (Leo), .Michael Logan (V e r n ), Robsrt McGregor (Duane), Martha Menke (Ed. J.), Danny Mulligan (Kenneth), Stephen Murray (Don), Timmy Nemmers (Kenneth), Ann Paul (Cyril), Carmei Quinn (Chas.), William Reinsbach (Clyde), Mary Richter (Ed), Michael Sdilitz (Ed;), Tony Sohnsider (Tony), John Wesselman (Robert), Laurie Wolf (Geo.), Jean Wollner (Jos). mil, ©NE DOLLAR OR : buys a 3-minute station call 'to anywhere in the U. S. :(except Alaska and Hawaii) if you call after I p.m.. or anytime on .Sunday, Plys la*. Call tonight! Northwestern Bel accuracy § § • Your electric meter is one of the most accurate measuring devices made ... to record as precisely as possible the amount of electricity you use. Your electric meter is tested by the manufacturer, and tested by us, too, to assure you an accurate electric bill," month after month. Your accurate electric meter is part of the tffprt of ypur electric system to provide the belt possible electric service, around the clock, so you can live better, at low cost, electrically. Algona Municipal Utilities SUBSCRIBERS IN THE ALGONA TRADE AREA FOR YOUR FINE RESPONSE TO THE ALGONA KOSSUTH CO. ADVANCE TRADE EXPANSION CAMPAIGN ' '•() *':'.''. YOyR COOPERATION AND SUPPORT OF THE CAMPAIGN WORKERS PROVES THAT YOU APPRECIATE THE VALUE OFFERED IN .' l! ' NA KOSSUTH CO. ADVANCE Your Newspaper With The News, Pictures And Advertising Tha Campaign Workers whoso names appear on another page, take this oppor- tunity to express their appreciation for your support. 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