Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1966 · Page 18
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1966
Page 18
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Ruckaroos. . . , 'Mrs. 'Colleen Martow was .surprised on' her birthday Sept. 21 by a party by Mrs. Bob Marlow atid Mrs. Denis Prietoe. Guests were Mesdames Bud Millet, Cut- .Ms Olson, Arlb Hansel, L&Roy Bras, Fritz Newbrough, Bob ttutchinson, Jess Blanchard, Kehny Schmidt, Clarence Waft, A. A. Krueger. , [ \ Linda Knoll, daughter of,the William Knolls, returned from lie hospital in Buffalo' Center tfonday She was in an automo: bile accident and was taken to he Buffalo Center hospital, with concussion, whiplash,, and,a jash o,n her arin. She is .'..attend' ng the La James school of hair- tyling in Mason .City and hopes b ^return to school next week. Mrs. Dale Schroeder had a sur : •jse bjrthday party for Mrs. lenry Schroeder Friday. Guests w.ere $Ir,s. Qlair Bellinger and. llarilyhi Mrs. Merwin Hulburt, Urs. Jr. Hulburt, Mrs. Adela Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Algona, Mrs. Andrew Thornsen, and Neva Thompson. Phyllis Cherland, daughter of the Amy Cherlands, was home over the weekend from Waldor/ lird Island, Minn., were a week' end guest of the Cherlands. Don Cherland I* attending Mankato suite college in Mankato, Minn. Don was Bl«dia^ed from the army last May after two year*. He is a graduate of Waldorf, and attended Luther college. ? THESE FIVE i^riij^ihi^s^qd^gyrls ^ ig are much inevidence at Bear games, leading wyns, Pat McGuir-e; second row, Marfcja>Berte H: yells and creating enthusiasm — not that that . and JeaneCrotty; back row, Bw^'IM/daeag; f is hard^after three sti|ighi^wins/ They are Exclusive Advance photo by Brilce Ritchie. 2—ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE ' *r." •: iw • »» '*m**»m*L~ «:-&!• -,• AM^IM V —-^- ** • him m '•', THURSDAY, ; 2*. 1*66 lire leaving (for colleges :| Lone Rock —The 1966 gradu- i|ates of Sentral are off to col- clleges. Mark Geitzenauer, son of cithe Laurenz Geitzenauers, is at- ftending Ft. Dojdge Jr. .college in ;iFt. Dodge. " v Judy Kraft, daughter of the fClarence Krafts, is at Sta ( te col- :|:lege, Cedar Falls, and Janet f Hammerstrom, daughter of the therville Jr. college, Estherville. i MolhV JBtenchardi daughter of the' Jess Banchards is. at American Institute of Business in Des MoineS; and Lihda^Knoll, daugh- terof the Williams Knolls, is at La James College of Hairstyling sit Mason City. Alan Marlow, son of the Wil- liain Marlows; is attending Mankato Business college at Mankato. Phyllis Cheslarid, daughter of tiie Amy Cheslaiuls, is at Wai dorf college at Foreist City. PHyl lis started the summer quarter. , Cheryl Krause, daughter of jfche filmier Krauses, is at Man- fcato, State college. Sharon Har son, daughter of the Eugene Har sons is atvFt. Dodge School of Cosinetology. Rodney Jensen, son of the Roger Jensens will start the win ter quarter at Ames. He had to fRalph Hammer,stroms is at Es- delay;schppling"for a quarter be- HAY- FEVER SINS Sufferers H«r«'« foeJ'nfw* for yowl Exduilv* J «w "hor4 cer«" SYNA- .CICAI ;D«eonM(tanti tablet* ad InttanHy and continuoMly< to ^ratn'wrf'claW'M naial-linut cavlriM. 1 Ona "hard tor." tablet" ' (lv*i up to • hewn r»ll»f from pain and- praiwr* of cengcitlon. A>|owi you to breath* aailly— ttopt wattry »yti and runny nose. You can buy SYNA>QEA|t at your favorite drug counter, without need for a preicrlptlon. Satiifaction guaranteed by maker. Try It today. : INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Cut out thh ad— take to a drug itore. Purchaie one pack of SYNA-CIEAR 1 2'* and receive one more SYNA-CIEAR 1 2 Pack Free. HONSBRUpH DRUB - ALGONA nounced eaHScr this motith by the National merit scholarship Three Sentral Lone Rock—Letters of com mendation for high performance on the 1966 National Merit Scholarship qualifying test have been awarded to three students at Sentrarhlgh school, Principal Robert C. Rice announced. Commended students are Janell Newbrough;' Ervin Root and Richard Shaw. They are among 38,000 students in the United States who scored in the upper two percent of those who will graduate from high school in 1967. The commended students rank just below the 14,000 semi-finalists a|- 4-H News IRVIN6TON IDEALS . .The regular meeting of the Irvington ideals 4-H club was held at the St. Benedict hall on September 1^, 1966. The meeting was called to order by pres- ident Sharon Mix. Itolt c*1J Waft itisivered by ten metabe^sy tleti 'Visitors tope present, s-i v . bid business — Faihef ttUbif thatiks the club tot making the hall sorhe disMow^is.^ef HIM- ness — discussion of handing in money tot selling cards and IMP- perware. DentonitratibiiKWisi By? en by Miry ttarig on W .ft*: ily Laundry, Sorting, jPre-^ea- ment, etc." "II t VI t ~ ( )/ j taj young Ira Ashing of 6: •^ 88'year MOTICE |IH) ivt o the UVESTOOK BOYW8 Ellsworth Bennett, Mgr, LlVERMORt, IOVVA advises that a represfntetiv Albert Lei Lae* (Ml Vul , will be available beginning WEpNESpAY, SEPT. 21 and continue on each Wednesday thereafter to assist in the buying of Calves arid Lambs from this area. Phone Llvermore, Iowa 379.1032 uses a custom, biiilt triowle to ttaVel ai^und OriniBe|l. Th« tfike ww tftrlil for hlffi by his soiv rt"taw ( Albert Davis/ THOMAS FUNERAL OHAFtt Experienced Embalmers and Funeral; Directors -, , -f>- RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE —••«-» F ' Funerals May Be Referred To Us , With Confidence Phone 189-2790-FENTON RINOSTED PHONES: •86.1006 -186.1001 - Oto-1970 cause of illness. Rachael Hul iurt is attending the St. Barna bas School of Nursing at St. Bar nabas hospital in Minneapolis. SELECT ANNUAL STAFF "Sentral has elected its annual staff .Mary Lo,u Larson is editor, Teresa Voigt, asst, Eryin Root, photographer, Jill Blanchard and Dale Eldridge,, business managers. Helpers are: Renee poug- ias, Mary perike, Rita Luedtice, Jeffjfer Struecker, Marlys Wichtendahl, Diane Vaudt, Delana Votteler, Nancy Krumwiede, Janell Newbrough. NAME THREE QUEENS Sentral Band elected its Queens for three band festivals for the coming year. They elect cd Cheryl Berkland, Fenton, for the Algona festival next month; Vickie Eimers,"Fenton, for; thie Estherville festival; and Mary Lou Larson to go to Mason City in the spring. G IIV UT The John Flynns, Orlando, Fla., have concluded a 10-day visit with her 'mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. x The Flynns also visited the John Sones, Laurens, the Gordon Blanchards, Mason City v ,Cihe$teir!Almes ( iiOtt()- sen, the Alfred Schultzes, Whit- tehiore, Harlan Blanchards, Don Blanchards and Jess Blanchards. The Fritz Newbrbughs, Sherry and Larry, went to Sigourney, to visit Mrs. Newbrough's brother, the Denis Schmidts last weekend. The Newbroughs also went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to see ! itihe show Buck Owens and the! • , ; • .:• I • • • • Sl • ajajBjajSJiiejiliJBiiai vmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm~~mmmmm^~~~~~~~— — ~~— — ~ — Ask for a Free demonstration of the farmhand Speed Master "A Super-Sixe Portable Feed Factory" • MORE ADVANTAGES • MORE PROFIT • • i i OUTSTMIDINQ SPCCIFHIATIONS INCLUDE . , , Oscilfting Tandem VV Ovfr^fH Hfight Standard FfeJ Roll* f Discharge Auger Length §) 142 cu. Ft. Mixing Tank Capacity g) 24" H»mmermill Sj^f § R«ar Concentrtte Heppfr Location g) Discharge Auger Diameter — 7" Algona Implement Co. UNITED WAY Campaign Dates For 1966 pyvuywvwww«wvYwvyyvvy%vw^^ ADVANCE aiFTS START. SEPTEMBER 19 COMMERCIAL AREA STARTS OCTOBER 3 RESIDENTIAL AREA STARTS QCTQBteR 17 " "Support These 14 Worthy Causes With One Donation '•^•T- ',•'•'. . .• • v w . , • ' ' ALGONA CHARITIES, INC. Proyidti • htlping hand for many in real nod, in the Algona community, and jn cfs*« net covered by government aid. This includes corrective measures for defects of eyes, hearing, teeth, and limbs; »njt funds •re allocated according to need upon inyestigetion by the school nurse, wi^h 52 cases receiving eHcntion durfng 1965. KOSSUTH COUNTY SCHOOL FOR RETARDED CHILDREN, provides fid by specie! day ichool, obteins specie list fdvice, end endeevprs to mekeVit possible for retarded children to become more dependent upon themselves end fit into community life. f, ..'•-•--..,•-• • •. $$' • • . _ : • . BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (PRAIRIE GOLD COUNCIL) A 12 month ready.plannod character bylld.ing prpgram along with camp end office facilities end professionel guidance made eveileble to all boys en,d tjifir leaders through the services of e locel eree Boy Scout Cpuncil. , . GIRL SCOUTS provide|instrjjction end leadership in heelthful end useful activity for increasing number of growing girls, contributing to development of skills and cherecter. Many capable end devoted leaders contribute unselfishly of their time end talent t^meke e program e success. IOWA CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY provides care ana 1 counceling in foster family b^rding homes fer the child who has to live ewey from h,ome and for the ynmerried mother. Adoption service for couples wishing to edoptjs fjso eveileble. SALVATION ARMY'S work is directed toward cere of the poor with food, clothing and shelter, provides care for unwed mothers, prisoners and parolees and fheir families, eid in national emergencies, end work with end for service men. -. .!.'..-•','• '. ' • RED CROSS. The Red Cross furnishes volunteer eid in ceses of pestilence, famine, fire and other disasters. The foderel government designates the agency for responsibility in providing relief in many disasters. A<*i**f nc * !• provided in swimming instruction end life saving end first eid instruction. . CANCER CAUSES — Research, education and services. \ HEART CAUSES — Research, education end sorvices. POLIO AND OTHER NEURO-MUICULAR DISEASES — Research, education and lervicei. IOWA MENTAL HEALTH — An incrtesing problem being attacked and alleviated by research, service and care. * f '' '•:! •' KOSSUTH COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH AWN. U, S. O. ARTHRITIS ft RHEUMATISM FOUNDATION - The low* Chapter it very efficient In doing outstanding work ip service end research. <•', $ $ 1,800 I 2,700 I 2,300 $ 700 $ 760 f 2,12ft * 1, i Campaign/ clerical, publicity, etc. oypense. TOW 125 16.4M Term, empire Ptcembjr 31, Jjni Irving Cliarlotte Na«h Joe Pojmpjun Delia Welter DIRECTORI OF THE ALCONA UNITED FUND Tfrum expire Docwwfcer Jl, 1947 Clair Blossom. Cbairfnan Jack Chrischilles Sharon Cowan William Kraft, Treasurer Pt<fmj|fr | Allen ames Geelan puWayne AVt-fWWWVWWWWV

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