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12-Alflona, (la.)Upp*rD«tMoln»» Thunday, May 5, 1966 A.H.S. Juniors, Seniors To Prom In A Jungle "Jungle Mystique" will be the setting for the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom at Algona High School Saturday evening, May 7. The "after the prom" party commences at 12:30 a. m. 1 Decorations follow a romantic pattern of jungle civilization with several cane huts adding to the atmosphere. The Junior class has been hard at work preparing the proper effects necessary. The whole evening is free to the students. At the banquet, several speakers and the symphonettes will provide the entertainment. Speaking in behalf of the junior class, President Barb Knudsen will give the welcome. Rev. Walter Morz of the Presbyterian church wil} follow with the invocation. Next, Dave Martin will give the response, Barb Medin will present the senior class will, and Mark Conn will read the class prophecy. Tom Claude follows the three seniors with the farewell speech. The dance will be in the high school gymnasium and last until midnight. After this, the participants will change to informal wear and attend the "after the prom" party at the Algona Theatre. The main attraction will be a first run movie, and special prizes will be given away. The oartv will continue at 2:30 a. m. in the V. F. W. hall. It has been transformed into the Jungle Room for this occasion. Musical entertainment will be provided by the "Uniques." There will be games in the adjoining room for weary-footed dancers. The "after the prom" party is sponsored and chaperoned by the parents of the Junior class. The junior class committees follow: Entertainment: Ch. Kathy Morz, Connie Schultz, Mary Willrett, Brenda Sjogren, Becky Hemmlngsen, Judy Wolter. A group of junior girls will sing at the prom. They are Lark Whltte- more, Brenda Sjogren, Jane Eraser, Margo Utt, Connie Darbyshire, and Carol Slonlker. Table Decorations: Ch, Sandy Harmes, Carol Sloniker, Jane Fraser, Virginia Klein, Margo jwjuttj? Marilyn' ; Paetrifi: Bonita ' Kiilsholm, Susan Rentz, Elaine Poooh, Judy Wolter, and Rose Mino. Invitations; Ch, Lark Whittemore, Jane Fraser, Carol Slonkker, Donna Kenyon, Mary Wlllrett, Virginia Klein, Margo Utt, Bonlta Kiilsholm, Brenda Sjogren, Becky Hemmlngsen, Nancy Elmore,andValoraKueck, Centerpiece: Ch. Roger Johnson, Clint Young, Dave 'Gerber, Warren Kellinberger, Jim Schutter, Calvin Haahr, Bryce Sampson, Marsha Friedrich, Lark Whlttemore, Connie Schultz, Sandy Harmes, Kathy Morz, and Marilyn Paetz. Costume: Ch. Mary Wlll- rett, Virginia Klein, Darla BARBARA KNUDSEN Carr, Cheryl Harris, and Dianne Reefer. Mural: Ch. Jane Fraser, Sue Rentz, Ginn Klein, Nancy Elmore, Carol Sloniker, Sandy Harmes, Connie Darbyshire, and Max Miller. Banquet Menu: Ch. Connie Schultz, Rosemary Bullock, Jane Fraser and Judy Wolter. Banquet servers: Ch. Bill Boldridge, Greg Snere, and Steve Waller. P. A. System: Ch. Larry Munger, Jim Schutter, and Dennis Georg. Music: Ch. Brenda Sjogren, Donna Kenyon, Connie Schultz, and Mary Wlllrett. Banquet Programs: Ch. Sheri Baker, Elaine Pooch, Linda Lovstad, Cyndi Schumacher and Bonita Kiilsholm. Lights: Ch. Don Reidinger, Dennis Georg, Roger Menneke, Tom Snyder and Greg Cook. Prom Servers: Ch. Bob Farnham, Greg Betts, Craig Espe, and Chris Conn. The servers are Don Hagen, Craig Taylor, Steve Claude, and Paul Bell. Prom Refreshments: Ch. Valor a Kueck, Rosemary Bullock, Bonita Kiilsholm, Darla Carr, Linda Frederick, Evonne Maahs, Karen Seely, Marianne Ostwinkle, and Jean and Joyce Kunkel. Huts: Ch. Tom Claude, Max Miller, Chris Conn, Bob Farn- .ham, Dan Danielson, and Mike Parsons: r ; " ' Faculty sponsor of the Prom is Elmer Sonksen. Chaperones include Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen, and class sponsors John Vint, Jane Dannewltz, Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens and Dick Palmer. General chairmen of the "after prom" party are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knudsen and Mr. and Mrs. John Claude. Chairmen of the theatre committee are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe, with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Betz as co-chairmen. On the committee are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conn, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Farnham, Mrs. Jim Elmore, Mrs. Robert Carr, all of whom will chaperone and present the prizes. Chairmen of the food committee are Mr. arid Mrs. Don Sjogren, with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kunkel as co-chairmen. Members are Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Georg, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Young, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riedel, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fraser and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittemore. Chairmen for the prizes at the V. F. W. are Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Snyder, with Mr. and Mrs. Don Clapsaddle, Mr. and Mrs. Armin Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ost- winkle, Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paetz, Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Pudge) Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hentges. Entertainment and chaperone committee at the V. F. W. are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire as chairmen, with Mr. and M.-s. Curtis Haahr, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mino, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Burton Harmes, Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Utt, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davis and M.-s. Robert Munger. Chairmen for the clean-up committee are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, with Mr, and Mrs. Tom Vipond, Mr. and Mrs. LyleRied- inger, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Don Frederick and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolter. Democrats To Hold County Convention About 200delegates, alternates and interested citizens are expected to attend the Kossuth County Democratic Convention which will be held at the V. F. W. Hall in Algona, tomorrow (Friday) night. The convention will begin at 7:30 p. m. Congressman Stanley L. Greigg of northwest Iowa's Sixth District will be the keynote speaker. Congressman Greigg has earned a reputation as an energetic and interesting speaker and should add to the color of the convention. The convention will elect Kossuth County's 28 delegates to the state convention, endorse i. various candidates , .who are CONSIGNMENT FURNITURE AUCTION Holding Consignment Furniture Auction on FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 13 At 6:30 P.M. Sale located Vz mile south of Kossuth Motors on South Hall St. CALL 295-7113 or 295-2664 If wanting items listed in later paper. RAYMOND SPENCER & RONALD PECK Auctioneers WANTED YOUNG MAN No one can look into a crystal ball and predict your future .... but if you .are an ambitious, energetic fellow interested in selling, you can moke a future for yourself. We need young men 23 to 35, with at least a high school education, to train for STORE MANAGEMENT Let u* give you the details in a personal interview. APPLY AT running for county office and enact a party platform. The Democratic Central Committee has urged every interested Democrat to attend the convention, not just the delegates and alternates, the invitation was also extended to anyone who considers himself an independent voter. Free coffee will be served. Immediately after the convention the new County General Committee will hold a brief organizational meeting for the purpose of electing officers for the next two years. Company Asks $2,508, Result Of Contract A petition, which seeks a total of $2,508.66, was filed by Pullman, Inc., plaintiff, against Bahne K. Bahnson, defendant, in district court here this week. The judgment matter is the result of trailers allegedly sold to the defendant three years ago. Payments, called for in a conditional sales contract and mortgage, were not made in total and the trailers had to be repossessed and re-sold. The company claims the amount sought as difference. Also included in the amount is the cost of picking up and storing a trailer. Hits Cow A car driven by Ron Presthus, Bancroft, struck a cow owned by Harold Andreasen in Burt township about midnight Saturday. The mishap occurred near the Andreasen home, but no estimate of damage was reported. The highway patrol was called to investigate. Wedding License One wedding license was issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson here this week. It went to Eugene Flaig and Mary Lea Renger, May 3. Brother Killed Raymond Waldron, 57, Ayrshire farmer and brother of John Waldron of Algona, was killed in a tractor mishap on his farm. The machine upset, pinning him beneath it, Monday evening. Journalism Award David Reid, Algona, a Junior at the University of Iowa, was awarded a $5 Hearst Foundation Award at the annual School, of •Journalism banquet held Majsl. '•"• "•:: m MR. AND MRS. Walt Bradley went to Minneapolis Monday, and for a couple of days will attend a General Motors meeting. They will also visit their daughter, Cindy, who attends college at St. Paul. MR. AND MRS. Tom Verhuel had Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allison, Chariton, as weekend guests. MR. AND MRS. A, B. Oakland attended funeral services Monday at Rake for W. R. Jensvold, brother-in-law of Mrs. Oakland. He died Friday at Veterans hospital at Minneapolis. Mrs. Oakland left Saturday to be with her sister. MR. AND MRS. Bob Williams attended the Drake Relays atDes Moines Saturday. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson had Mr. and Mrs. Garner Ewen of Amboy, Minn, as guests Sunday. MRS. CHARLES Fox and son Tom have returned fromDronda, Wise, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Fox's nephew Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morton. They were also at St. Croix Falls, Wis. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barslou and came home via St. Paul, Minn, to visit the son, Kenneth Fox. WANTED CAR HOSTESSES Also - Inside Help Needed BOY for inside help auu VTCKAN in kitohen. PHONE 295-7072 Cappy's A & W Drive • In ALGONA Algona, Iowa 32 -tfn LINEUP with BEAR WHAT IS IT? A FILLING STATION PUMP & SMOKEY BEAR? NO!! MR. AND MRS. Robert Dreyer and son Mike spent Sunday at Estherville with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach. WENDELL FRENCH was dismissed last Tuesday from St. Ann where he was hospitalized for treatment of pneumonia. MRS. HOWARD French is hospitalized at Iowa City, but is now able to walk a little. She had surgery for adhesions from previous surgery. MRS. MINNIE Hinken has returned from a four month visit at Altadena, Calif., with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Storm. MR. AND MRS. Herman Funk were recently visited a day by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Funk, Humboldt. Industrial Exhibit The Industrial Arts department at Algona high will host an area Industrial Arts Fair in the local gym next Monday, May 9, from 7:30 to 9 p. m. The public is invited. Exhibits from eight counties will be shown. Selected At LuVerne Gretchen Zentner, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zentner, was chosen to attend Hawkeye Girls State at Cedar Falls from LuVerne, by the Legion Auxiliary of that community. She is a Junior. Rita Patterson, 17, was named as alternate. NEW HOME FOR SALE Ideated an a corner lot in Sell's addition to Algeria. • , , Three bedrooms with hardwood floors plus an extra bedroom in the basement, Birch doors and cupboards, built-in even and cook top. Livincj room furnished with wall fro wall car* peting in decorator color. Forced air gas fur* nace, full basement. Ready for immediate occupancy. Built by the Tiett Construction Co. See of call R. H. Tiett Phone 924-3627 Burt. 29-31-33-35 FOR Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA RENT GARDEN TILLERS BY DAY OR HOUR ALSO • LAWN ROLLERS • LAWN SEEDERS % POWER LAWN SWEEPERS • FLOOR SANDERS COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona Jaycee ANNUAL SANDBOX PROJECT May 4th - May 7th Wheelbarrows of Sand.$1.00 Tire For Sand ...... I •* <$OO - CALL NOW 295-2280 * 295-2594 * 295-2169 Sponsored By ALGONA JAYCEES (33-34) MMMMMAMMMAAM ALGONA LIVESTOCK AUCTION Monday Evening, May 9th 7:30 p.m. Yes, we are starting night sales Monday —_evening..So-brir4g the whole .famUy^ancj. watcn the Auction,' \ All consignments appreciated, Algona Livestock Auction Virgil Spencer - owntr and operator Barn phone - 295-2648 Re». phone - 295-3445 1111*01**************************** Sale Of CCC STORAGE BINS & EQUIPMENT The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, in po.liniting sealed bide on the following described property. IT EMS OFFERED FDR SALE. LU VERNE BIN SITE; 7 Butler 11 Butler 7 Martin 2 Columbian 1 Columbian ALGDNA BIN SITE; 18 Butler 1 Beatrice 5 Butler 6-Columbian 1 Butler 2175 bu, cap* 3276 bu« cap* 3350 bu, cap. 3240 bu. cap. 2170 bu. cap. 2740 bu. cap, 3250 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 3240 bu. cap, 2740 bu. cap. (dismantled) 25 Quonset Aeration Units with 4 h.p» electric motor HDBARTON BIN SlTgi. 1 Sioux 2 Butler 10 Edwards 6 Butler BURT BIN SITE; 1 Butler 11 Butler S Columbian 15 Butler 1 Beatrice 4 Martin 1 Butler 2140 bu. cap* 2175 bu. cap. 3250 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 2175 bu, cap. 2740 bu, cap, 3240 bu. cap, 3276 bu, cap. 3250 bu. cap. 3350 bu, nap. 3350 bu. cap. IT'S ALL PART OF THE FREE SPRING WHEEL ALIGNMENT CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR CAR IS SAFE & IN ALIGNMENT. SEE OR CALL "ED" AT DAU'S GARAGE FOR nAll'cOLDSMOBILE DAU 5 & RAMBLER m South Dodge ALGONA, IOWA ALGONA'S OLDEST SERVICE CENTER INSPECTIONl The storage structures and equipment may be inspected Monday May 9, .1966, between the hours of 9;OQ a,m« and 2:00 p.m, ja.IDSj, Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear in the lower left hand corner the notations "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO, fifi-2," Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announce-, ment not later than 3:00 p,m, Monday, May 9, 1966", Offers may be submitted on an offer form obtained from the ASC5 County Office* Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than 3;OC p f m«, May 9, 1966, Telephone or telegraphic offers will not. be considered* ALL grain storage structures purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makeo arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC, Copies of the terms and conditionn of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County A5C5 Office, . The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and bind*, ing contract between the offerer, and CCC f <• Additional information concerning Iphis sale may be obtained by contacting the Kosfsuth County A5CS Office, 1306 North Main Street, AlgopE., Iowa, 50511

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