Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
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6--ALG6NA (Iowa) A6VANCE THURSDAY, StPT. M, 1*60 in In pursuit talkatFcnton woman's club Fenton—The Fentcm Woman's club met Monday evenin, Sept club met Monday evening* Sept teas was Mrs. Art Priebe, Lon Rock. Mrs. Priebe and Mrs. Eig ler were also on the program commiittee. Speaker Was Susan Hantelman, daughter of.the.Wil* liam Hantelmans, Fenton. She is a missionary nurse home from Nigeria, Africa, for a thrae months leave of absence. She showed colored, slides and explained her work and the ciii* lure of the people of the area'. . Guests were LueUa Newel, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Laurence Newbrough of Lone Rock. . f tunch was served by 'the/bos- tesses. The October meeting will be ,at Mrs. Arlo Ran'ney's with Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, co-hostess. Slice AfbdgWt, Mr§. Wefidell SfoM, m, tote Vbfgf «md Mrs. oa Voigt. Luke's Lutheran church at Fflirville wtil Md an Ahniial fail cleaning of the; tHttfehTfofc. 19,ISte tost is front Ifki. Howard flftfth td Mr! Ufrf- ald LaffesAMjl* ilidittlve. The executive bdard ot the Al* Kdha 2dae Walthei* Laague will meet at Si, Luke's Lutheran '(Jhtireh at Fairville Oct. 2 from 5:30 to 7:30 to make final plans for the Mi My, The Rally will be held Oct. 150, fit the Lutheran tthoal in Whitbmore. F'airville eaguers are hofcis 'for the Rally. Sunday guests of the Ray Sto- sbsrfc -were the Arrvid Dennises, Vhite Bear Lake, Minn.; Mrs. (eriheth D6ftnis, St. faul, Mrs. ^aithdfthie ftarturig, Ceyloii; the rvin iKasiulkea, St Jamei, Minnesota, Bar! Richards, iMe^a,; Arizona, I&b/Ribihiirds familyj-Span 62i, Lyie M&etts; :Milfbfd, and Wilfred Sto&befs, Fehtori. relative? ar"e .\veicome to call. Mrs. Mary Oestdrcieicher attended the meeting of the- Sioux Cotlfit? Teacher's ASsft., Whlah wai held ,at the CunhiflgjinM Cafe in Burt, on Tuesday eva<- niiig, Mrs, Ted HooVer Jr., Mrs. Ho- Methodist, church weflt to the county tioiM 16* sWg 6ft evening. '. . • j , ALGONA'S Max Miller (left) and Brock Laws '(right), in'white pursue Clarion quarterback Jack Smith during the Clarion-Al'gona game at Clarion .last Friday night. The Bulldogs lost a tough one, 13-6 in the final 9 seconds on a touchdown by the same Mr. Smith. , ; , , ; : Exclusive Advance photo by Bruce Ritchie. WILL BE MARRIED The Paul Voigts, Fenton; announce the engagement, and approaching marriage of their daughter, Roxanna Sue, to John Stanhope Bowman, son of the Capt. Harlan L. Bowmans, Falls Church, Va. She is a 1965 graduate of Sentral high school and works as a' civilian secretary in Washington, D; C., for the department of the navy.. He has two years of college in Japan and two at Oregon State and is employed with the department of the interior in Washington,; D. C. The wedding is planned for Nov. 26. PLANS FOR HALLOWEEN Town and Country Women's club met Sept. 20 at Mrs. Eugene Huskamp's With Mrs. Don Shaw as co-hostess. Susan Han- telnian, missionary nurse froth Nigeria spoke oh the life of Nigerian women. Plans were started for the children's annual Halloween party. Distribution ,of towels hemmed by the blind and purchased by the women was made. Mrs. Clayton Wolff, a" former member, rejoined. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The Norman Bollingers „ and Wayne Bollingers, Lone Rock were Friday guests of the E'Jlar. Schullers, Titonka, for Mr. Schuller's birthday. The 500 Birthday club met last Monday at Mrs. Larry Ga de's. Guests were Mrs. William Bruhn and Mrs. Roger Radig, o Lone Rock. High prize was won by Mrs. Larry R^mus o Lone Roak and low by Mrs, Nor man Bollinger. Seotioinber b'rth days were Mrs. Stan Berklahd and Mrs, Norman Bollinger. Thi 1 group will meet ,in October a Mrs. Kenneth Krausc's. Fenton girl hurl in sliding home FENTON — Cheryl Berkland, Sentral high school senior and • member of the softball team, figures that sliding home on her head doesn't pay. She sustained a concussion during 1 Thursday night's game bstWeen Sehtral and West Bend. She had hit a. long ball and turned it into a home run by sliding in to home plate head first. She was a bit shaken up on the play but stayed in the game and again got on base the same inning after being able to score on a teammate's hit she sat down on the bench. Later, she became alarmed upon finding that she could not see. A West Bend physician's examination revealed that she suffered a concussion. But, Sentral won the game 33 to 14. WhiHtmore couple plans anniversary Whittemore — In observance of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rostoer, relatives and friends are invited to attend an open house Sunday, Oct. 2,> from 2 to 5 p.m. at St temore. A short program is be Paul's Lutheran church in Whiting planned and'will begin at approximately 2:30. Mr. and Mrs Roeber were married in Whitte .more Ocl. 5, 1941. They are the parents of four children — Ken in tlhe army and stationed in Vie? Nam', Bill attending Northwes Institute 'of'Laboratory .Tecflmo logy, Diane arid Randy at home Past directors get passes to Sentral games Fenton — A lifetime pass all Sentra! school activities will be given to former school board members who have served at least two terms on the' board. This action was voted by the chool board at its organization- 1 meeting here last week. Lawence Newbrough, Robert Hanna, Willard Menz and Verl Smith re eligible for the passes. Robrt Fortney was sworn in. as the new board member and Robert Schmidt was elected president. ~ie board decided to purchase _ camera to be used for taking pictures for the school annual. A Sunray DX Oil Go. bid of 10.157 cents a gallon for fuel oil was accepted, by the board, term Service Copipany's bid of li.9 cents a gallon' for LP gas was also accepted. Sentral coaching. assignments this year include Robert 'Rice high school principal, who wil coach boys' track; and Don Blan chard, girls' .'basketball coach will also coach girls' track. The Wilfred -Laabses are the grandparents of a 6 lb..9Va oz. girl born Thursday to the Bernard Laaibses, Armstrong. odist church WSCS turkey supper committee met Monday eve ning to discuss -plans for thff an nual supper. The committee in eludes Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Clarenc Osborn, Mrs" Dale Weisibrod Mrs. Jack Gephardt, Mrs. Clar ward Sparks', Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Mary J. BUd- on,g attended llm annual cancel nlisetirig on Tuesday, Which met at the Algonquin room in the/Co^ liiial mbtell in Algona. The Amefioan Legion Auxiliary met on Friday at the home of Sadie Denton foi 1 an all day pot-luck work meeting. The junior girls came to the Denton home after school to fill tihe ditty bags to be sent to Vidt Nam. The Sr. M. Y> F. of Titonka Titonka Mr*. Mary Schroeder Mr, and Mr*. Walter BdMklWlf took their 'daughter Chari to Mankato Monday whets s«e en- oliad as a freshman in Matlkafto tate college, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hsgg wwe islted Saturday by their (laugher Dorothy, Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf nd children of New Haven. OPEN HOUSE OCT. 2; Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Haack will observe their 25t)h Wedding anniversary,,with an open house at Immanuei Lutheran church, on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 2 to 5 p.m. Their childre'n,. Mrs. Ren Liniberg of ;Cherokee> Carol of Wawriy/ and Marvin at .home, .\ti\l bs hosts. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and . , -.. AT .. , • . MASONIC TEMPLE BAND FESTIVAL BAY 11 a.m. to 3p.m. MENU Beefburgers, potato salad, Baked Beans, Vegetable Soup Home made pie and cake Coffee & Milk Mr. and Mfi, Betty Mr. atid Mrs., Ivor Ultimtt at Omaha, Neb. last, win pistol Al Boakelm'an and R'.ch GfdSn, lso'Zia jp'Olieefaen, Won film placs in the two-man teattl e f vent at the Police Combat Regional Pistol Shoot at' Camp Dodge Sunday. Each of the pair alsd won a first and second in individual events. FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS s "Or^EN COMPETITION" , , STOCK CAR RACES SUNDAY OCT. 2nd - 2 P.M. "CHEATER DAY" Eniries To Date From Nebraska — Daketas — Wisconsin — Iowa — Minnesota Na engine cubic inch limit — n6 wheelbase limit — no bodies required. Must have side panels — Bodies, not later than 1948 - No cars limits - No nitro - SPRINTS MUST HAVE ROLL CAGE — All safety rules t6 be enforced — All cars to be inspected by track management for OK to run. THIS WILL BE THE FASTEST RACING PROGRAM EVER HELD IN THE MIDWEST ON "THE MIDWEST'S FASTEST HIGH BANKED '/a MILE TRACK" MJOTN OOUHTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. Baptismal services were held Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church for Jeffrey Hunter Spi- ceir, infanit son of the Rsy; Rex Spleens. Sponsors were the Rev. Neal MacLachl'aris, Emnieits.burg'. Members of the Fenton Meth- .. .,.«.« .. ™.... It is with pife and pleasure (hat we salute Kossuth Goun- ly's 4-H leaders, off leers and members, We offer them our sincere congratulations for a job well-done. We also extend our appreciation to all who contribute to agricultural development in this area for their vital role in our nation's expanding economy. PRESENTING KOSSUTH COUNTY'S 4-H ORGANIZATIONAL OFFICERS GIRLS President, Linda Doddc, Algona Vice-President, Helen Skew, Wesley Secretary, Kathy Besch, Whittemore Historian, Diane Bode, Algona BOYS President/Wayne Banwart, West Bend Vice-President, Tom Lynch, Fenton Secretary, Bob Boleneus, Wesley Historian, Steve Detriclc, Whittemore OUR MMMTUUTIONS FROM IOWA STATE BANK Algona, lowi "ALGONA'S HOME-OWNED BANK" to be lity St., Algona

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