Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
Page 13
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WAV OUT" STARTS A COMEDY IN ALOONA THE ATM SUNDAY Anita Ekbtrg, Jerry Ltwit and Connie Stevens In • scene from "Way Way Out." 5 clubs join to hold 4-H award night © ' '. Seneca — 4-H Award Night was held Nov. 17, at the Feniton school for the Seneca Stars, Seneca Progressive Farmers, Lone Rock Lively Rockets, Fent- bn Forwards, and the Fenton Progressors. Dennis Cumberland gave the awards. Seneca Stars included Barbara Andre, seal and plaque for top intermediate record book; Car rie Bergum, seal; Audrey Bergum, six year seal, pen, and plaque for top senior book; Patricia Dreyer, seal; Ann Fortney seal, five year club certificate, "pen' for top award book, improvement award and the top senior record book plaque. Susan Fortney, seal, pen and plaque top junior record book; Rosemary Fortncy, seal; BecKy Jensen seal, 5 year certificate. Jill Jensen, seal and 8 year seal; Lin-. da Sue Kracht, seal, 5 year certificate. top senior record book award, dog award and a home improvement award. Anna Menz, seal, pen for outstanding record - book and a clothing award; and Kathy Merrill, seal. Mrs. Henry Looft was presented with 4-H pin for 25 years leadership and service in tlhe 4-H program. Stars leaders are Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney. , Seneca Progressive Fanners Chicago tiip award .went to Brian Johnson with a top recon book award, 7 year seal, and belt for top record books foi five consecutive years. Rodne; Jensen, ti yr. seal belt for consec utive years top rec. books, achi evement award; awards in agri culture, citizenship, senior 4-H record book, pen and pencil set —Tuesday end Wednesday . Complete program begins: 7:30 p.m. "Gospel According to St. Matthew" 7:59. —Wednesday Night Late Show Complete program begins: 11:00 p.m. "Dr Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs", .11:41. —Thursday — Thanksgiving ; Complete program begins: 1:00-3:06-5:12-7:18 ; "Dr Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs", 1:41 - 3:47 - 5:53 - 7:59 -9:24 —Friday —'Saturday Complete program begins: 7:00 - 9:06,Sat. Mat. 1:30 p.m. "L)r Goldioot and the Girl Bombs", 7:41 - 9:47. Sat. Mat. 2:11 p.m. —Sunday Complete program begins: 1:00-3:07-5:09-7:11-9:18 "Way Way Out", 1:21 - 3:23 5:25 - 7:32 - 9:31 p.m. —Monday Thru Wednesday Complete program begins: 7:00 - 9:07 p.m. "Way Way Out" 7:21 - 9:23. book; Linda Doocy, seal and top intermediate record book plaque!. Pat Lynch seal, $ year membafr- ship and a horse award; Susan Lynch, seal and 5 year tnemibatN ship certificate, and NadineMe Ciieschj seal and membership certificate, Fdfiton Forwards gave a skit. ate Mrs. Dick Ktiecker and Mrs. parrel Dreyer. Seals went to Barbara Baxter, )ebbie Blerle, Susan Bierle, Evelyn Bierstadt, Kay Dreyer, Alice Krause, Ann Krause, ane Luedtke, Rita Luedtke, Karen Jentz, Dianna Mills, Jean t^mpe, Sandra Seegebarth, Jane Wichtendahl, Mariys Wichtea dahl and Judy Wolter. Debbie Bierle received a plaque for t3', initermsdiate record book and pen. Others receiving pens were Susan Bierle, Kay Dreyer, Rita Luedtke, Dianna Mills, Jean Pompe, Sandra Seegebarth and Judy Wolter. s Kay Dryer received a plaque for top Jr. record book, Debbie Bi'. le for top intermediate anc Sandra Seegebarth for top sen ior book. Diana Mills and Jean Pompe received book awards. ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 antlra Seegebarth 6 year seal, afte.Wichtendthl 5 year jft&fe lership certificate, and Wichtendahl, received a seal for a 1 year memiberahip. THURSDAY. NOV. 24, 1946 d; harvested all in one day re-lwete many teenagers. Ownef oijfatted tost AttgUftt ki * <entiy. Of the 65 Workers tHef.e' the farm, Clifford DtecSsen, --"*"-*-«--*' • - Fenton Progressors winners vers: Dennis Uthof ChieagQ Award trip; 8 year seal and petti Philip Ruger 9 year .ttiombef snl|j seal, ptn, and a plaque £6f tofi senior record book. Randall Rieiie -6 year pen, sheep award, and bait •{< top books in consecutive years. Robert Bierle, Lee Dreyer atiid Gary Laabs 5 year ^ membership certificates and pens. GeneHantr man revived a 6 year seal and; pen; Delon Jentz, 6 . year seal;. 1 pan, and a belt; Lynette John* 10:1, Melba Krause and Diane Uthof, pens for books over 95%; and Darlene Uttfofv pen and a plaque for top junior record book.' .'. /..'••••v: : : - •-.• • :•'•:,' Leaders of the club are Darrel Dreyor, John Ruger, Ray Laabsj Darrel Berkland and Roy Bierle. Lone Reek »eeeeeeeee»eeeee>eeeee»« Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Mrs. C. Olson and children re turned Sunday after- the weekend; with her sister, the Jack tienrys, Eagle Grove, while Mr. Olson is hospitalized at Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Sunday the Olsons were guests of Mrs Olson's parents, the Leslie Teg lands, Bolmond, for an early Thanksgiving. The Leo Ramuses spent the Sunday visiting in Altoona where they visited the Ed Moor 1 sister of Mr. Ramus, and in Cen terville at Walter Halshrud's and •at their sons home in Garner the John Ramuses. Good Neighbors The Drftessen family of nea Denison, thanks to over 65 goo neighbors, now have their 7 acre corn crop picked and stor m ^'4 v Suffer wfiole da/agio^ vrfiffaneariy* > Don't keep the folks waiting tot your Thanksgiving greetings--make ypur call early in the day and the happiness it brings will last all day long! Dialing a distant number is so easy,' saves so much time. Just d/a/'T'to connect you with the Long Distance network. Next, dial the ant code I*- '••* vi ff/fffCT /(if different from your own). Then, /dial the telephone number. It's the 'fast, personal way to keep, in touch. Northwestern Bell pen, Kathy Jensen, pen, plaque ; or senior record, and belt, Ross [ohnson, 5 year certificate and a pen. Richard Lynch received a 6 year seal; Theresa Lynch, pen, Tim Lynch, 5 year certificate, Ellen Lynch, 6 year seal pen r John Nyman a pen for con secutive records, and a plaque for the top junior record, Den his Wilbergi pen for a high .SCOT ing record. Seneca Progressive Farmer leaders are Raymond Bergum Roger,Jensen, Alvin Cypers and Paul Bernard. Lone Rock Lively Rockets un der leadership ol Mrs. Robert Binzen gave two skits. Members receiving awards included: Brenda Bernihard, seal; JoAnn Bernhard, seal and 5 year club membership certificata; JoAnn Binand pen for a top book. Edward ; zen, seal and 5 year certificate; Bergum, pen, Jr. record award I Kathryn. Binzen, seal, 6 year belt; Thomas Bergum, pen. Jo Ann Bernharu, 5 year certificate; Steve Cherland, pen, Michael Cyphers, pen' and entomology award; Steve Fischer, membership seal, plaque for top senior record, and home economics award. Jean Ann Bollig, seal and a plaque for the top junior record high - Each with a different per' sonality. Rooted hair to comb. SAVE 1.20 THEMATia WINCHESTER "CRACKFIRE'\ Lever action with shot and ricochet sound SAVi BOARD ill 1 Official size. Red and black diagram. Plays 106 games. SAVE CHATTER TELEPHONE Pull toy, talking voice, rolling eye* SAVE 50c DISCOUNT CENTER SWISS MISS TEA SET ^lH^^i decorated, All packed in hutch type gift box. A real little girl pleaser. Mattel's BABY FIRST STEP Walks by herself like a real baby- She's 18 inches tall! SAVE '1.58 SAVE '11.88 Music Box Pocket Radios Miniature "transistor" type pocket radio. Contain? imported music , box. SAVE $1.44 LAKESIDE BARREL OF MONKEYS Tests your nerves, balance and dexterity. It's a barrel of fun. SAVE \OTORIFIC 'ALCAN HIGHWAY TORTURE TRACK SET Packed with Action. 32 Inches Long! ItVA Daisy SPORT TRAINER RIFLE This spotter is equipped with a play scope. Shoots tapered corks with loud pop. Heavy stock, steel barrel, adjustable sling. SAVE 2.23 7.77 SAVE 84c "166 TWISTER GAME New action game sensation, more fun and movement than the latest i. It ties you in knot*. SAVE '3.38 America's Best Selling Cam* Low* YAHTZEE A game of chance and skill. Extra score pads .... 97c box AUTHENTIC LOOKING FIGHTING MEN $ Also Marine, Sailor and : Airmen Dolls Realistic battlefield/ uniforms and equipment and W^ Rainbow Play-Doh4Pak Four cans - red, yellow and blue, plus white. Non-toxic, won't stain. 77 e SAVE 23c MATTEL CHEERFUL TEARFUL DOLL Expression changes like a .,'. 'live baby.., ' From, a smile - to «.pout,:cries, !« ' wets. SAVE JADE WALKIE TALKIE SET OF TWO Instant pushbutton communications. . . no licenses required. Accurate crystal controlled transmitter. Chrome and jet black. 9 volt battery included. SAVE MATTEL-O-PHONE Looks like a real telephone. Recorded voices come from earpiece* pauses to let child ^ reply. A bell rings when dialed. 1 " SAVE accessories 1814" Long SAVE '1.33 SAVE 1T01 15 Inch Toy Luggag. Case Sturdy wood frame case with plastic handle. Attractive 2 tone covering. '5.99 SWITCH'N GO TWIN GT CAR SET | Practice safe driving. 2 GT racers, air controls, automatic gate crossing.] GO ft. of track. SAVE ^12.66 TONKA TRENCHER Digging, leveling, dumping, haul- I ing and loading operations all with one toy. Lever raises front bucket and load is dumped by tripping lever. SAVE '2.99 10 •TCANSISTOR AM .PORTABLE RADIO Solid State Transistors gives clear reception. Leather-like case with strap, ear phones and batteries. SAVE 4.12 5.88 TONKA MINI-VOLKSWAGEN i Aythtntic «cale modtl. Front, r«ar *iqt*, long lading tires. Qvtr 8 inch«« long, several ASSORTED CUDOtE PLUSH TOYS Brown bears, black and white pandas. Plus many .other popu» lar plush items children love to .cuddle. 'SAyE'32c 1BW Long Tonka MIGHTY DUMP Big and tough enough to ride on Enclosed cab, detailed interior. Shock absorbing bumpers. GITARINA Beautiful cutaway . guitar, 25 inches long. Engineered for brilliant tone and easy fingering. MATTEL, THINGMAKER SAVE '5.33 FIGURE EIGHT Set includes 2 Thunderjet cars, 2 speed controls, 20 pieces of track, treitle posts, one V.- .Vvir PC.C'.;. 14.88 SAVE 5.12 SAVE 43c SAVE Feattu-ig figh/Eing men, soldiers can be posed. Molds for 4ft accessories! Flesh colored paint and brush. Make vehicles, tent*, etc. '9.88 Rocket CELLOPHANE TAPi SOO" with dispen* ser. _____ 87 I HMBH 10 FREE TURKEY WINNER — RICHARD AREND, Wl>itten\ore — SILLY PUTTY Takes up pictures — in color. Bounces, stretches, breaks, puddles. It's fun.

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