Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1965
Page 15
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>.. A « A iA^MAVAVV.W,W.WA* A ^^^ of Kossuth County 4-H year Bear Facts B, ANITA NURRE THE FIRST combined men and women ,4-H committee was formed early in January. Those chosen to guide and help with the activities are the officers: Fred Asa, chairman; Mrs. Ben Anliker, vice-chairman; and Mrs. George Allen, secretary. Other members who are not shown are Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mrs. Henry Looft, Leander Vaske, Dick Kuecker and Laurel Peterson. THE JUNIOR LEADERS attended a winter camp at Madrid in February. A weekend was devoted to informal leadership training. The winter camp delegates are pictured, back row: Arne Lincle, Terry Frieden, Galen Mctzger, Bob Bplenius, Elmer AH, Reuben Skow, George Bierstoclt, Don Hannisch, Howard Person, and Ken Richter. Third row: Mrs Ulses, chaperone; Ken Bierstedt, Paul Thoreson, John Scuffham ,Ann Wilson, Penny Doclds, Lloyd Thoreson, chaperone, and Danny Anderson. Second row: Norman Morgan, Sharon Eden, Linda Fritz, Janet Erpelding, Christine Plathe, Virginia Seifert, Sharon Eden, and Helen Skow. Front row; Margaret Powers, Linda Hoeppner, Linda Dodds, Marion Kohlhaas, Carolyn Ley and Gary Berkland. ion about book reports with his 'Gulliver's Travels". vSevcral of he comics wore put on the bul- etin board to make sure everyone read them. —GHS— A pep rally was held on Frilay, Jan. 0 for the games on Friday and Saturday with Poca- lontas Catholic (here) and Bancroft, St. John's (there). School spirit is even better after the short Christmas vacation. —GHS— The commercial class ha* been preparing for the taking of the civil service tests. Time tests occupies much of their time in the class. —GHS— In bookkeeping, the students are working on practica sets. The classes arc divided into groups of four made up of a AL6QNA (Iowa) AOVANC6-3 f HURSbAY, JAN. 14, clerk, a ledger poster, and a person who records entries in a journal and headed by an auditor who sees that everything is done correctly. —GHS— Semester tests will be given next week. The password if "prepare". DURING THE summer demonstration and judging teams competed in county, district and state contests. Demonstration winners are pictured left to right, back row: Steve Detrich, Whittemore boys; Wayne Cordes, Roger Tjarks, Buffalo boys, and Gerald Miller, Plum Creek Boys. Front row: Kevin O'Brien, Whittemore boys; Wayne Banwart and Martin Zaugg, Garfield; and Linda Hoeppner, Aggressive Lads. State demonstration participants were Wayne Banwart, Martin Zaugg, Wayne Cordes, Roger Tjarks, Sharon Eden, Linda Fritz, Ann Wilson, Sue Bode, Trudy Alt and Linda Dodds. The livestock judging team placed third at Clay county fair with team members Ken Richter, Reuben Skow, Wayne Cordes and Jim Blain. Rivers cheerleaders. Guests of the Swishers at the tournament were the Roger Broers, Bode, Marvin Adelmunds, Susie and LuAnn Mazula, Parkersburg, Coach W. D. Thompsons, Ida Grove. New Years guests were the Tommy Kissingers. Mrs. Nora Quill returned Tuesday after the holidays with her son, the Pastor David Quills, Prospect Park, 111., and sons, the Pastor Roy Quills, Dallas, Tex., and the Gynther Quills, Waco, Tex M.rs. Quill's grandson Bode Viola Thompson The D. Swishers had Coach Bill Mazula, Parkersburg, during the invitational basketball tourney Dec. 29-30. Team members from Parkersburg were guests of the Twin Rivers team. Cheerleaders were guests of Twin KING AND QUEEN who reigned over Fun Night were George Bierstedt and Sue Bode. Over 400 4-H'ers attended get together in February at the Algona high school. It was planned .and carried out by the newly elected county officers: Ken Bierstedt and Trudy Alt as county boys' and girl's presidents; vice-presidents, secretaries and historians respectively are John Scuffham, Ann Wilson, Terry Frieden, Sharon Eden, Elmer Alt and Vivian Thorson. drove and they made the trip to Texas by car. Bridge club met Jan. 7 at Mrs. T. M. Rossing's. Mrs. Leroy Enger was a guest. Prizes were won by Helen Miller, Ruth Gangestad and Marie Olson. PICTURED ARE Rosemary Bullock being assisted by Darla Carr in a "wheelbarrow" exercise on Physical Fitness day at the Algona high school gym. John Scuffham, Wayne Cor des, Petrea Thoreson and Sharon Eden were delegates to the state health camp. After their return they conducted a training session for members from the county 4-H'ers who were interested in the program. The annual Christmas dance was held on Saturday, Jan. 2 1965. The gym was gayly decor. ated to the theme of "Winter Wonderland". Flocked trees bells, snow flakes, and many other winter decorations made the atmosphere perfect for al who attended. — GHS— School resumed on Monday Jan. 4. Sister Imelda, however is still absent. We all wish hei a speedy recovery and await her return to Garrigan. — GHS— Tryouts were held Tuesday for cheerleaders for the freshman — sophomore teams. Those chosen to lead the student body were: Sue Nelson, Becky Lickteig, Kathy Boudewyns, Marcia Berte, Kathy Plathe, Alternates are Diane Bode and Linda Gant. — GHS— All interested freshmen and sophomores could sign up for the junior pep club. Since there was not a set limit as to membership, the group is very large. We hope they will make a lot of noise and cheer our cubs to many victories. —GHS— The biology classes have been dissecting perch during the past week. Some students said it was fun, others said it was messy, and still others just said "Ick!!" — GHS— The band has been preparing both old and new pieces for the coming concert. We're sure it will be 'a great success. — GHS— "Peanuts" Charlie Brown taught Garrigan students a les- low-cost HOME LOANS You will have many ideas about the kind of house you want to huy or build. It will pay you to give a bit of thought to the Mortgage Plan, too. We invite you to stop in and compare our Mortgage Loan plan before you arrange for financing. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. per annum All Accounts Fully Insured to $10,000 Save From The Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA The Roger Broers moved Thursday to the house on Mrs. Leona Pflibsen's farm. Discover the difference in the '65/71* 1 / (AsMerentfmmotiwrear* they are from each other) CHEVROLET-A* roomy a car as Chevrolet's ever built. citeml * Impal * *"* Cou * e When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to give you more foot room. So, besides this car than in any Chevrolet as far back as they go. It's the way a '65 Chevrolet looks and rides, we now have wider this year £*W the Attractively curved windows help one more reason to ask you; What do you get by paying to give you more shoulder room. The engine's heen more for a carr-except bigger monthly payments? SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 FREE COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS! FREE DOOR PRIZES! .r^nmrn Gorwjf Germ Sport 'Coupe VOHwlH'*'Tte only rf«r engine American ear made. Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet (teofep'i Clievelle • Chevy tt< Cormr^ Corvette 14 0114 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. IW CORNER QF CQURTHQUtf MQONA, IOWA PHONS m-3554 Shown above is our new Precision Crankshaft Grinder. This machine has extra large spindle and heavy duty bearings which makes it adequate to handle big as well as small jobs. COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION • For Wet Surface Grinding Bring Us Your + CYLINDER HEADS + BLOCKS + MANIFOLDS We also feature Crankshaft Welding & Line Boring Com Sw Hi SATURDAY, JANUARY 16th , OPIN SATURDAY AFTERNOONS B&D Automotive Machine 90| §, PHILyf>§ (Across from Thermogas) — Ph. 295-2819 — ALGONA

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