Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 11
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Bulldog Tales by Cathy Chrischilles I would like to take this op-1 better acquaint the counselers " ' * " with the academy. In this way they will be more informed on the qualifications so they can explain them to the boys. Student Council named recently at Lakota portunity to thank all my readers for their moral support. It makes the column a lot easier to write. * * •» All girls interested in joining FHA went to a Hobo supper in the home ec. room Wednesday night. After eating, Lark Whittimore was the MC wheui the girls played a game of "Password." The evening ended by singing songs led by Linda Ruhnke. * -x- -x- Algona took a safari to Clear Lake Friday to hunt down the Clear Lake Lions. There were Pep club buses to help give the support they need for the first victory of the season. * -x- -x- The junior varsity won an exciting game last Monday when Rod Rogert made a touchdown in the last second of the game. The final score was Algona 19, Emmetsburg 9. •X- -X- -X- President Phyl Moulton presided over the first Pep club meeting of the year Tuesday. Eight schools to participate in federal grant Eight high schol districts in Kossuth County are to participate in a special education program to be underwritten by a $56,820 federal grant. The program is being initiated in the county this week, according to A. M, Quintard of Algona, county superintendent of schools. Students are being assigned Dad's Night was discussed, but no final decision was made. There was a committee set up to work out Homecoming decorations for the field. There will be buses going to all out of town football games. * # # Thursday morning there was a student assembly to show films of college homecoming displays. Displays this year at A. H. S. instead of floats!: ' •* * «• Mr. Andersen, one of the AHS guidance counselers, v/ill be go ing to Annapolis next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, along with 39 other counselers from al over Iowa, He will be taken on a tour of the Naval Acaddemy to Lakota — Election was held for the Student Council president and vice-president. Sherman Sleper was elected as the student body president. He is a senior this year. The vice-president, who is a junior, is Jack Smidt. Other candidates running were Judy Johnson, a senior for pres- dent, and Ramona Gallagher, a unior, for vice-president. Other council members include: from the senior class are jyle Mabus, and Sheila Jaegar; uniors are Cynthia Goeke and Ross Ellsworth; sophomores are 'atty Lewis and Bill Hanken; to the closest school with collector buses being used for transportation. The program is available to both public and parochial school students. Remedial training and a pr(v gram for retarded students will be included in the program and a spech therapist, Mrs. Esther Stiles of West Bend, will service all schools in the program. Lorene Trenary will be in tiarge of classes of Bancroft nd Mrs. Frances Elkin at Burt. firs. A. J. Eason, Mrs. Marie 'enton and John Putnam will each high school students at Alona and Suzanne Busch the grade students at Algona with rlrs. Beulah Hindman in charge it LuVerne. Small cattle stampede at Bancroft recently Bancroft — It was almost like! •Rawhide" a week ago Friday evening about 6 p.m. when 59 head of cattle were seen stampeding through the John Me- Guire corn field near Bancroft, headed east. Bill Dudding, driving for the Menke truck line of Bancroft, had arrived at the McGuire farm home with the load of cattle from Highmore, S. D. As the cattle were being unloaded they became frightened and took off in all directions. About half of them were cor- raled bafore they found their way out of the McGuire corn field while more escaped to the Kenny Studer farm approximately six miles east, near Lakota. Mr. Studer headed these off and locked them in his cow yard. Five others were located at the for two years. Kenny Heldorfer farm about 5 miles southeast of the McGuire home, and at least two are still missing. If anyone knows the whereabouts of these two cattle the McGuires would appreciate a call. Chuck McGuire, accompanied by Vince Govern made the trip to Highmore to purchase the cattle. For 30 successive years now, brothers Chuck, Ken and Dude McGuire have bought cattle from the Carl Christensen cattle range in Highmore. Peace Corps Patricia Lee Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Phillips, Oskaloosa, has been named' a Peace Corp Volunteer and left for Sierra Leone, a province in West Africa. Patricia will be among the teachers in that area ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCt-3 MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 1966 Industrial group formed in 1956 The Algona Industrial Deyel opment Commission was first formed in May, 1956 as a nonprofit organization. Its primary goals were twofold: to promote and expand existing industries and to attract and aid in securing new industries. The original board of directors were: Al F. Agena, M. Joseph Bradley, Richard M. Carr, Eugene E. Cook, John Dreesman Harry L. Greenberg and T. James Palmer. Officers wete: M. C. Metcalf, pres., Fred Keflt Sf., treas., and William F. Steele, sec. Stock in the non-profit corpw- ation was sold at $100 pef share for the one hundred shares which were issued. Each member of the corporation owned a share, limiting membership to one hundred. It it Still limited to one hundred at this time. In October of 1964 the Algona Indutrial Development Corporation purchased a 29-acre industrial site located south by Highway 13, just west of the Metron- ios, Inc. building. The site is considered a 100 per cent site. To qualify for this classification, the site must be on a U. S. primary paved highway; also on a railroad; must have all utilities a* water, etedtidfcr t«i natural gas available at th«* petty line; > property Must good drainage and be flood level; and. must be located in what can be termed ah ilidiia* trial area. Very few industrial sites can qualify in all theSfe re* spects. For the industrial site, the cot* poration has two proposed plans, one for a six acre plant site and one for a 23 acre plant site. Detailed brochures give many important facts about land, UtUi* ties, parking, building specifications and prices of the proposed buildings. These studies make it easy for an interested industry to compare the costs and advantages of the Algona industrial site as Compared with other cities. freshmen are Sandra Boanm and Richard Leonard; eighth grade is Mark Smidt and seventh grade is Kenneth Naumann. Titonka Mrs. Mary Schroader Sharon Eden spent two weeks vacation at the parental Allen Eden home. She is taking nurse training at Methodist hospital ir Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huising observed their silver weddin 4-H News ALGONA A.O.K. The meeting of the Algona \.O.K.''S 4-H club was held on Sept. 10, with seventeen members and four guests in attendance. Talks and demonstrations were given by Merri Laing, Mary Montag, Misty Lloyd, and Mary Berger and Susan McGuire. Barb Schlievert reported on making aprons for the Special School for Retarded Children. The club also went on a field trip to Shilt's Shoe store. There they were shown the construction of shoes and the different kinds of leathers. Reporter is Judy Taphorn. anniversary with open house a' their home Sunday afternoon and evening. SEE COLORFUL VIKINGS FOOTBALL" EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS and stay at MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown and Mpls. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts HEATED POOL With Secluded Sun Terrace. Poolsidc Service. DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Daily Famous For Quality at Moderate Prices. 100 LUXURY UNITS Air Conditioned with Complete Hotel Services. Oi7ii>-iini3C\ ;t ' >AIH. OAKS' u ^-- *?t *%"""." /a~ .:«.' ¥<et Transportation 1o Airport, Train and Bus Centers. Also Met. Sta- i dium, Guthrio Theatre and Other Points Upon I Request. . SM.8- SCHOOL SAVE UP TO 50 WEDNESDAY NIGHT Shop READ'S from 9-11 p. m. —Special Time 2 PIECE WALNUT BEDROOM SET, bookcasc-bcd and double dresser. $ 138 7-PIECE WALNUT DINETTE SET, fabulous buy, 2 only, famous Howell Quality. 88 WALNUT FORMICA TOP COFFEE TABLES AND STEP TABLES, modern, choice. $ 11 SWIVEL HIGH BACK ROCKERS, with ottoman, walnut arms, good colors. 58 5-PIECE LUXURY DINETTE SET, walnut top, heavy square chrome legs, only 1. 119 LARGE GROUP OF WALL PIC* TURES AND PLAQUES, frames alone, fine value. 3°° each 36" WALNUT BOOK CASE, glass door, 4-shelf, solid hardwood construction. $ 34 5-PIECE MAPLE STYLE DINETTE, Maple formica top, plastic chairs, oval shape. $ 78 DELUXE INDOOR OR OUTDOOR c SWIVEL ROCKER LAWN CHAIRS, * white metal, 3 only. 19 30" FORMICA MAHOGANY DRUM TABLES, 2 only, famous Merserman * quality. 22 00 SOLID MAPLE DOUGH BOX COFFEE TABLE, Heywood-Wake- f ield, 1 only. $ 34 SOLID MAPLE STEP TABLES AND COFFEE TABLES, with or without Formica. FLEXSTEEL AND SELIG SOFAS, Olive-green, pillow back or button back. $ 168 5-PIECE SOLID MAPLE 42" ROUND TABLE, DUXBURY CHAIRS, Heywood Wakefield quality. 158 GROUP OF CHAIRS, RECLINERS -I AND ROCKERS, some of our finest. /2 price HIDE-ABED SOFAS, complete innerspring units with nylon covers, choice of colors. ROOM SIZE RUGS AND REMNANTS, wool and nylon, heavy carpet quality, choice of sizes. $ 99 UP BIG SELECTION OF SOFA PILLOWS, decorator colors, all zipper covered. prce Remember from 9-11 p. m. at our new location on North Phillips Street READ'S FURNITURE & WATSON INTERIORS ALGONA, IOWA

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