Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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rs in program Dec. 1 ALOONA (lew*) AOVANCI-B THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1966 THE ALGONA Corn Belt chorus will participate in the "Barbershop Extravaganza" at the Garrigan high school auditorium Thursday night, Dec. 1 at 8 pirn. Featured guests will include the River City Chorus, the Astro-Naughts and 'the Panics,"all from Mason City. The program will be a joint benefit for the Logopedics Institute of Wichita, Kans., and the Garrigan high school band. 1 The local group is shown above, front row, left to right, W. Holldorf, Dr. J. B. Harris, Edward Ruhnke, Loren Englund, Dr. Harold Erickson, Eugene /lutchins, James Arend, David Kollasch, Jim Cowan and Art Olson; second row, Director Steve George, Ron Schultz, Jerry Helmke, Cprwin Peer, Gary Everist, Merrill Rasmussen, Bill Welch, Clarence Isebrand, Russ Cole, Dick Moen, Wilbur Schram, Glen Graham; back row, Bill Faulstich, Dick Schultz, Oscar Kallestad. Also in the chorus but not pictured are Ben Anliker, Paul Bailey, Holland Bode, Joe Graham, Russ Johnson, Rollie Jergens, Ollie Nasby, Jason Etherington and Les Riter. Honor roll at Ledyard school given Ledyard —The honor roll was announced at the Ledyand higih school for the first nine week period. Freshman are Dale Farrow, Darlene Govern, John Koppen, Nancy Thompson, Martha Wallentine, and Sandra Warner. Sophomores are, Mardelle Griese, Cynthia Klinksiek, Craig Klocke, Becky McCoy, and Marvel Orvick. Juniors are, Ella Beck, Marlene Johnson, Bill Johnson, Wayne Logemanin Lynn Munyer and Jane Simons- moicr. Seniors are Gretchen De- Joar, Ellsworth Dutton, Carol mglett, Lyle Jorgenson, Eagen- a Klocke, Richard Lloyd, Mark VIcGoy, Barbara Nauman, Marlys Orvick 'and Phyllis ."Wallentine. Perfect attendance were Doug- Las Blome, Jackie Busch, Susan Rusch, Dale Farrow, Randy,Gelhaus, Darlene Govern, Dennis Johnson, Frank Nitz and Kathy Reese; Robert Anderson, Diane Bauer, Linda Burt, Ranald Busch, Alan Dontje, Robert Gilbertson, Rodney Goetz, Kathy Hurlbuirt, Mike Inglett, Joyce Johnson, Pamela Klihksiek, Craig Klocke, Douglas Kollasch, Shirley Menke, Tom Nauman, Marvel Orvick, Walter Simonsr mcier and George Walker; Roxy Bauman, Ella Back, Joyos Berg, Marvin Johnson, Wayne Loge- maun, Lynn Munyer, Jane Sim- onsmeier .and Darwin Smith; Gretchen DeBosr, Carol Inglett, Lylt> Jorgenson, Eugenia Klocke, Nancy MacKinnon, Roger Mayne, Mark McCoy, Marlys Orvick, Francis Yacker, Jim Payne and ed members of his family by ar- Florence Simonsmeier. The seventh grade honor roll had Jackie Haag and Mark Munyer listed and the eighth grade honor roll was made up of Lupe Barlolo, Ricki Bauer, Jill Bauman, Karma Engslfoars, Carla Engelby, Linda Haag and Denisa Klinksiek. . ; Perfect attendance for Junior high were Daniel Beenken, Jerry Bauer, Julia Bartolo, June Marie Busch, LuAnn Busch, Cheryl Engelby, Dean Engalby, j Jackie Haag, Mark Munyer, Dav- 'id Thompson and Dick Thomp! son, Barbara Anderson, Lupe Bartolo, Ricki Bauer, Linda Beck, Terry Blpme, Karma Engslbarts, Johayne Griese, Linda Haag, April Hezog, Alan ; Inglett, Denise Klinkseik, Brian Munyer, Glenn Peterson, Cherie Richardson and Steven Underbakke. riving home unannounced from 31arke Air Force Base in the Philippines Sunday evening. He s working at the hospital there and accompanied a patient home SURPRISE VISIT A/lc Marlin Johnson surpris jrogram committee and the Marin Runkemeiets are on the re^ reshment committee. Weekend visitors at Mrs. Lena Earner's were H. L. Coatss, Dearborn, Mich., Maynard Warners and Michael Colfman, Gary Senders, Jeff and Marcy, and Gorman Yetterbarg, Loves Park, 111., the John Stroms and Sheryl, Aurora, 111., Leonard Werners, Randy and Ricky, and Larry householders, Jerry Warners, Bancroft and Harold Warners. Howard Dyer attended the funeral for a cousin, Neyron Moore, at the Emmetsberg Methodist church Thursday. Mrs. Ella Weaver, Lakota, is a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mail will reach her at Room 234, 2nd Floor, in care of the University hospitals Iowa City. Brent Keil, son of the Maurice Keils spent last weekend at home and Monday reported to O'Hare Field in Chicago and went from there to Fort Campbell, Ky. He enlisted in the Navy for three years. Brent has been living in Rockford, 111., and is a pharma cist. The Craig Thilges have a bo born at the Blue Earth hospital, named Bradley Joe. Mrs. Thilges and the baby were released rom the hospital Nov. 13. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah visited the Tom Whitcombs at Grand Rapids, Minn. Friday to Sunday. The Larry Sondergaards have a son born at the Blue Earth hospital Monday. They have two Beauty salon Open House on a Fco*C3 plane to Lackland Air Base in Texas and flew from there to Des MoLnes where he was met by his wife. He has a 15 day leave at the parental Everett Johnson home and with his wife and her family near Jackson, Minn, COLLECTING LABELS The Miatzener-Estle , Legion Auxiliary is again collecting coffee labels and. certificates. They may be given to any Auxiliary member or left at Egesdal's store where a container has been pro vicled. ;,•• Parent Teacher Organization will meet November 28 at 8. The Lavern Edwards, William Grieses and Forest McGregors are on the daughters. Mr. Sondergaard is soaeh at the Ledyard school. The Alan Loucks had as guests Sunday Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson, Bonnie and Marie, the Don Jor- gensons and Pete Jorgensons o.' Algona, Leonard Madetzkes, Mrs. Beifcty Kitohel and family and the William Coupangers Jr., Elmore. Opinion of Editors (Charles Davis in Iowa Falls Citizen) There have been all kinds of thepries put forth for last week's OPEN HOUSE in the new Sheakley Beauty Salon west of the courthouse will be held Friday night from 7 until 9 p.m. A number of door prizes .will be offered as announced elsewhere in an advertisement in today's Advance. Above is an interior view of the hair dryers in the new shop, which will emi$y seven persons. Owner is Charles Sheakley.. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. Democratic reversal and many have been profound and intricate. Actually, it is a rather simple matter. The Goldwatsr candidacy of 1964 brought on a terrific Republican "backlash." However, by rejecting Gold-water in such substantial terms, voters sent the political pendulum far beyond reality. In • other, words, the extent of the Democratic victory was more than an accident than an accurate expression of voter sympathy.- That pendulum came swinging back lasit week and again went far beyond political reality. Just as a good many able Republicans were.upset in 198.4, some capable Democratic office holders were sycpt out of office last week. There's probably a law of phys- ios Jiiat is applicable to the situation. It is quite likely now that 1968 may see a more accurate picture of American political thinking. The political soothsayers have been quite busy assessing President Johnson's role—or lack of a role—in the election. LBJ was undoubtedly a factor, but it would be difficult to pinpoint hard-core specifics. Certainly his ill-tempered blast aPRichard Nixon didn't enhance Democratic chances with the voters. Everything Johnson said about Nixon was true, but Presidents needn't lower themselves in that man- newly-elected .State Auditor (can fou?), but he'll be hard-preattd o equal Worthington's accomplishments. '•-'.•: When it was all said and done, .he shouting finished, one street scene in Iowa Falls Wednesday morning told the story. ner. Vietnam, inflation and civil rights had the voters uneasy. America is still the most affluent free and healthy nation in the world, but Americans don't like to have the "boat rocked" and they quite naturally express their uneasiness at the polls. And ever may it be. Risking a "sour grapes" tone of voice, we believe it is Iowa's loss for sharp.and intelligent of- i'iceholders like Lome Worth ington, State Auditor, and Ken Owen, Secretary of Agriculture ,to lose their jobs after just one term. Their accomplishments in two years have been nothing short of incredible. We can' even remember the name of the It was cold-and rainy gloomy morning and ..the trailer used for county Democratic headquarters was' beting quietly towed away ffomr its parking spot on Main Street. And that was that! Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Mane yours a truly happy and luxurious Christmas with FLEXSTEEL fine upholstered furniture S FURNITURE WATSON INTERIORS IN OUR NEW LOCATION :> At Call & Phillips Streets Phone 5-2216 ALOONA Christmas Delivery assured! Smartly styled contemporary room groups. Warm Early American and luxurious Traditional sofas with foam padded arms and back, and fully reversible molded foam rubber cushions. Your choice of nubby textured boucles, colorful contemporary prints with stain resistant finish. Each piece has Flexsteel's famous lifetime guaranteed arched steel spring, finest kiln-dried hardwood frame, matching protective arm covers. Sofa only $359 (Luxurious Quilting) FINE UPHOLSTERED FURNITUHE Sofa only $399 (Luxurious Quilting in Banlon Fabric) II" sofa with Mr. and Mri. choirf in your chaic* of fabrics Scfa $238 Mrs. Chair 599 Mr. Chair $109 FUHNITURE anil WATSON INTERIORS All three pieces only $399.00 TURKEY WINNER — DEWEY SKILLING, Algona

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