Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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roll for first 6 weeks at Sentral Ponton — The Junior and high School honor roll for the first nine weeks at Sentral is' Seventh grade, Carrie Bergum, Paula Berkland, Myron Cyphers, Karen Feye, John Nyman, Roland Ostw'ald and Maria Waite* Eighth grade, Barbara Andre, Michael Berkland, Janet Holcomb, Ann Krause, Susan Luedit- ke, Christie • Lura and Randy Vaudt. Freshmen, Jerome Bailey, Kevin Brace, James 'Breese, Kath teen, Jensen, Lynette Johnson Peggy Kauffman and Mary Voigt; Sophomores, Cathy Bergum, James Bollig, Jane Boiling, Judy Bollig, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Ann Pftrtney, Jolene Gangestad, Leonard Hassel, 'Michael Jackson. Theresa Kennedy, Linda Sue Kracht, Cindy Lockwood, David Marlow, Nicholas Mueller, Steven Schlei and Paula Wiener; ,\ Juniors, Marlin Berkland, Susan Blanchard, Mary Ellen DitSworth and Jacqueline Jones. 7 "Seniors, Doug Ackerson, A,u- dr^y Betgum, KatHryh, Bier- «tedt*, Renee Douglas, Vicfci Ei- niers, Dale Eldridge, Allen'Hall, William Hassel, Mary Lou Lar- •eri*' Rita'.Luedtke, Mary Mien- ,ke*; Janell Newbrough*, Steven Ptefetiteii, firvifl febt, Mnette RUhftke, KfetHryV S^itfdendoff, RioMrd ShaWv C3ntf&CS Vatilt*, and dhel-yl WelSbroa; The (*J ^narks the five seniors 'wtih gradie point averages of 4.0. SCHOOL GIVEN BOOK The Legioti^AiixiUary met Frk day at EMff NeWell's and made many preparations for J the phris'tmas holidays. Th:e Mfehtal Hospital M Cherokee was'';sent a gift df,'money. Tire education atid seholarshlp- handjbtok, Nned a Lift?", propared^ais a service to students of veterans £ind nbn-Ve'iiet'ans has been, pre- seiited to the Sentral ; High school- by the Auxiliary, l The handbook contains information of scholarships, loans and part time jobs at colleges and. vocational schools. The December meeting will be at Mrs. Merle Voigt's. THANKSGIVING SERVICES Thanksgiving services will be held by area, churches on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. The Fenton Methodist church will hold services at t:45 p.m. Wednesday. St. Luke's. Lutheran church at Fairville will hold services at 9 a.m. Thursday. St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton will /have services at 9 a.m. Thursday. St. John's LUth-. eran church at Depew willhold services Wednesday at 8 p:m. OFFICERS INSTALLED Fenton Forwards met last Monday at Sandra Seegebarth's. New officers were installed!: THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: Thank you for your support in the o>neral election. A special thank you to the Republican Party and to those who took 'part in any way to make my campaign a success. I am looking forward to serving the people of Kossuth County to the best of my ability in a kind and courteous manner. MERTIE HUBER COUNTY RECORDER • ELECT. SATURDAY KIDDIES MATINEE NOV. 19 — 1:30 P.M. "Tarzan and the Losl Safari" HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY, NOV. 19 MATINEE FRIDAY AT 2:00 EVENINGS AT 7:90 > ,.., DIRECT FROM ITS PREMIERE-SHOWINGS, /SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT AT. SPECIAL PRICES.' IYONEGANSEETHEMOS1 OFttlTIIIII Winner of 8 Academy Awards hdudiBf Best Picture. SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WEO, NOV. 20-21-22-23 ALGONA "ONI OF THE 6REAT MO VIES OF ALL TIME! eoWt and touching..,th« film is as M hit •-Tim* tost Matthew- URN ADMISSION: Adult* - >1.25 Children - We S 4 | t | 15 or Mor« —Adult* $1.00 —Children 35c O p.m. y'rair Lady" ?:.B3 —Saturday Kiddle* Matinee Complete Program Begins: 1:36 p.m. "tafzan and the Lost Safari" 2:10. —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 2:00-'4:54-7:48 p.m. "The Gospel According To St. •Matthew 2:39 - S:33 -8:27. —Monday Thru Wednesday 'Complete Program Begins: 7:30 p:m. "The Gospel According To St. Matthew" 8:00 p.m. 4-AL«ONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1964 President, Rita Luodtke,; vice, Sandra Seegebarth; sec, Marlys Wiohtendahl; treas.j Debra Bierle; historian, Evelyn Bierstetit; and reporter, Karen Jentz. New members are Vicki Dreyer and Donna Baxter. Jean Pompe gave a talk. WjLL BE MARRIED The Ray Zwiefels, Fehiton, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their 'daughter, Jartean, to Larry Bierstedt, son of the Clarence Bier- stedts, also Femton. She is teach- inif fdiirth grade at West ele^ hieritary school in Emmetstourg and he is farming. A late January wedding is planned. Iriveforfted it Low Roek Lent Rock — MM, 'Henry Schro&ter is Red ' Engaged MR. AND MRS. Wilbert M. Anderson annouhce the engage^ mont of their daughter, Joyce Elaine, to Robert A.'Holcomb, son of Mrs. Edward J. Hough <amd the late Bud G. Holcomb. Miss .-Amderson and her fiance are bo*h seniors at the University "of Iowa in Iowa City. The wedding date is Dec. 18. TURKEY SUPPER SUCCESS The annual turkey supper by the WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church was held last Monday arid Was reported the largest yet held. A total of. 573 persons Were fed plus the kitchen and dining room helpers, for a grand total of over 600. WILL SHOW FILM The film "Why Viet Nam" has been loaned to the Fenton, Methodist church by the department of the army and will be shown at the church Sunday evening, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. Lennis Berkland, small son of the Stan Berklands, was admitted to the 'hospital in Mason City Mo.iday for surgery. The Norman Bellingers and Debra were Thursday guests of the Alfred Bells, Whittemore. Kris Bollinger was an overnite visitor of her grandparents, tlhe Arnold Hantelmans, Thursday'." Sentral Community schools will be in recess next Thursday and Friday, Nov. 24 and 25 for Thanksgiving. Iris Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met last week at Florence Saxton's. Phyllis Circle met at Ve.rna Hartman's. This week, the Helen Circle will meet at Charlotte Underwood's. The North Circle of St. John's Lutheran Aid of Depew met last week at Mrs. Morris Mitchell's. Mrs. Ernest, Berkland had devotions and the lesson was 'by Mrs. Robert Huskamp. Guests were Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Sunday guests of the Rddhard Underwoods were the Clarence Underwoods, Albert Mitchells and Ed Mitchell. The Good Will truck will stop at the Fenton Methodist church Nov. 21. Lutheran churches of the area are holding a clothing drive for Lutheran World Relief this former Loite Rock resident attd classmate df Jim MarloW, had some pheasant hunting while hefe, The Lone Rock Presbyterian chiirch Will Have a special ser- ,Vi65 Thanksgiving day at 9:30 a.m. OiWtes for the U.P.W. will meet this Week. Mrs. Jtack Qulnn, Lone Riock, returned from St. Ann hospital Friday where she has been a patient for two weeks. Her son, Curly Qutnn, Lafayette, Calif., visited his parents for a few days test week, Also Mrs, James Thiil, Cedar Fails, daughter of the Jack QulhTis, was With her parents for a few days, Mrs. Altha Mauw, Ward, S. D., sister of Mrs. Quinn, has been in Lone Rock for a week and will stay for some time at the Quinn home. The Bill Pipcsstone, Minn., Weatherlys, have also Kenley Zwiefel. Sunday guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer were the Art Krauses, Mrs. Mininie Dreyer, the Frank Dreyers and Jayne, Larry Alts, Clarence Wegeners, Ralph Walkers and Nancy, Whittemore, and *he Duane Dreyers, Humboldt. : ...:•• .,'.•,.:,.•.••,.-.". '•:•. ";•.. Last week visitors at; Ernest Berkland's were, their daughter the Rev. Samih ' Ishmirs and Jody Sue, Bismarck, N.;D. .-Monday guests , at Bernie Kramer's for Brenda's fourth birthday were Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise, Lone Rock, Mrs. James Meyer and Mark, Mrs, Roger Frink and Tara, and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Kris. Unable to.attend were Mrs. Stan Berkland and children and Mrs. Jerry Waite and children. . A. new address has baen received by the family of Allen Hantelman: Pvt. Allen W. Ham- telman, US 54-926-259; D 52 PLT- 4, Fort 'Leonard Wood, Mo. Zip 65473. ,: The Ed Priebes left Tuesday for the winter in Florida. The Lyndon Kerbers left Thursday for Arizona to their son, the Kenneth Kerbers. Kenneith is stationed 'there with the army. . '' -M. Confirmiation classes will meet ,.. ,,- : M^'F'of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday With Mark Voigt having the worship and ; the lesson was led by Mrs. 1 St. Luke's Lutheran, chur Fairville. The following Saturday however, there will be no classes. Instead they will meet on Wednesday evening, Nov. 23, from 7 to 9 p.m. A new address has been received by the Oryille 'Weiners from their son,. Dale, It is— 1st, Lt. Dale Wiener 38th TRS.iBox 3588, OMR, APO New York, 09012. Weekend guests of the Walter Pertls were the James Gowans and girls, Iowa City, and James Perils, St. Louis, Mo. Friendly Neighbors club met last week at Lizzie Meyer with Mrs. Art Zumach co-hostess. Election of officers was held, President, Verna Hartmah; vice, Ruth Luedtke; sec.,-treas., Phyliss Dreyer; and historian, Marguerite Laage. Mrs. S. A. Dunlap, Tyler, Texas, the Cliffton Dunlaps, Jackson, Miss, and Robert Dunlaps, Charles and Marcia Louise, Memphis, Tenn. are visitors at. Ray Dreyer's. They came Friday and plan to 'stay Until late tyefti ls-#Mwi:> Cliffton and Robert are her brothers. .,-; Mrs. TMiiflap Dreyer's mother and MARCH OF DIMES HAS HELPED PREVENT POLIO MARCH OF DIMES - New Target BIRTH DEFECTS Here is an excerpt from an article written by Basil O'Connor, Chairman of the March of Dimes: INFORMING THE PUBLIC about birth defects. When we show pictures of birth defect children and tell what happens to 250,000 American babies each year, some people are disturbed. They are also touched, and if we can convince them that The National Foundation can do something to fight this childhood health menace, they will wont to help. At first the public was quite unaware of what we were setting out to do. Through the ages the congenitally defective child had been kept out of sight. We were aiming at a hidden target. Now, having achieved an awakening of public awareness, we must extend it by continuing to give the public the facts about birth defects. In every March of Dimes Birth Defects Center one is brought face to face with the real and heart-breaking facts. The American public and our volunteers ought to know more about the centers. Their purpose is to give children with birth defects the best medical care they can get anywhere and to work constantly toward making that best even better. There is something that all of us must keep ever in mind about the birth defects fight. In the liei<| of birth defects, as it was in polio, — 8UR W.TMUTI 88M, IS PREVENTION been recent visitors. Mrs. David Ludwig and Melinda, Council Bluffs, has been a visitor with her parents, the Rev. Albert Bullocks, for the past week. , , Your Vote Of Confidence WILL BE RESPECTED IN THE COMING LEGISLATIVE SESSION. KARL — 1/TOM man for the I960 drive in the town of Lone Rock. She has selected as helpers, Mrs. CUrtts Olson, Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Neva Thompson, Mrs. Robert Hutehin- son, Mrs. Denis Priebe, and Mrs. Jim Long. The committee will meet at Mrs. Schroeder's Tuesday morning with Mrs. Robert Bickert, Algona, Kossuth chairman. ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Frank Flaig attended,a wedding shower for her niece, Jo Ann Ackerman, at the Methodist church in.Burt Saturday. Mrs. Flaig had a birthday party for Mrs. Ludlle Seegebarth Saturday. 6ther guests were Mrs. Berniice Jensen, Mrs. Edythe Cotton, Mrs. Beulah Lee, Mrs. Fern Krueger, Mrs. Maxine Flaig, Tina Jensen. Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent two days visiting the Frank Flaigs recently. ; PLACED ON TEAMS Sentral has some names on the AU-Gonferenoe gridders for the State Line Conference football squad. Rick Shawd was one of the unanimous choices for the First team, Jerry Nerem was named for the second team along with Les Luedtke and Ken Marlow. Mrs. Elmer Krause, the Odey Sherlands, Mrs. Frank Flaig, and Julian Oherland attended the si!ved wedding of their cousin, the Alfred Jacobsons, Eagle Grove, Sunday. The Don Jensens, Hackensack, Minn., were guests at Jim Marlow's over the weekend. Don Jen- Biiiiiiii»iiii« Traveling to ST. PAUL? MINNEAPOLIS? STAY IN THE MIDWAY IAKt YOUR PICK S. FAMOUS RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LCUNGIS-MR. JOE'S and INN OF THE BLACK KNIGHT* 2 SNIMMINQ POOLS - Indoor Hutid Peol/lirit Outdoor Pool and Pill* • 2N LUXURIOUS QUEST ROOMS AND SUIICS-WUl Air-conditioned • Rittto 4 TV. Slngfes-$9.75 Doubles-$12.75 Twini-J14.75 ChHdm Under 14 FREE It MEETINQ ind IANQUET ROOMS to lecommodiU froupt up to SOU. i Ull) MVMtl ficili^iMrt"'"";";!:" T ~ ~"1 I MIDWAY ioo«n tutsr somci InftnMtlM «n Wnh to m to UN Tata Clllw Btte l«^t*-(UI) MMlll T^a'lMvlMil Vpito t WMIr *MMb *•'•"•' »«.»•« GETAWHEELDEAL Our November - December new car quota has been raised and we have the cars to pick right off the floor. Never have we needed used cars like right now. Our valu-rated selection is at a year-end low, so we are wheeling • dealing until Christmas. We have the new car of your choice in the sparkling new Olds or the spectacular new Rambler. Help us with your trade in at tremendous savings to you. — IN STOCK- 1967 AMBASSADORS & RAMBLERS 1 — 880 Sungold A White, 232, 155 h.p. engine, power steering. 1 — 990 4-dr. sedan 343, 285 h.p. V-8. A truly deluxe FULL-SIZED car with the styling of your taste. 1 — DPL Sports Hardtop 343, 285 h.p, V-8 with the in- ttrier finish second to none. — 880 Station Wagon. One of the largest usable cargo areas in the industry. 290, 200 h.p., reg. gas 290, 200 h.p. V-8. The roomi- in its price class, 7 7 ? "• b « l > dr est and sassiest 1 — Rambjer American 2-dr. Stick, radio. The tops in economy transportation, 1967 OLDSMOBILES 1 — 1 1 Delmont 88, turquoise A white. The new Olds series with a 123 wheolbase and • price no more thin many of the so-called low priced three, Delta 88 Town Sedan. Air conditioning, Beautiful ntw pewter color tent plus black vinyl roof, 98 Town Sedan, Fully equipped in gold color with white top, Soo and hoar the ntw. sound in the stereo tape player — an unforgettable experience. Air conditioned, of course, 1 — Dolmont 81 "42S" whiU 1 — D«lta if Town Sedan, mitt gr«n, full powtr —•«—H, Tho bifttttst Olds Mlltr. ' ' } - JHfjirwtOitjo Hmialty aytomobilt, .. that dared to be different! OLDS ft NIMBLER CLOSE WITS- SAW «1U'i Of DOUAIS Couple "2|r, 6 cyl & r ' * ™' * 194o Dynamic 88 Holiday Covpe with bUck vinyl roof ind bluo vinyl interior, A grett buy. Cltiile •yto. trans, fin color, Itoo Ambaisador "WO" 4-dr. sadan, ?SO h.p., V-8, grttn. ^19^1 CUuic «W' 4-dr. M dan, »td. ,hift, color, ' No Gimmicks Or Prizes —You Are The Winner On Every Deal»J DAD'S OLDSMOBILE and RAMBLER l?5S. Dodge , IQW§ iiiuiiBiiiiimiiiiiiiii

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