Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 25, 1965
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ADVANCE - MONDAY, JAN. «, IMS Bulldog -~ ....;s. Wesfmar College at It Mart jority of the Algona fiand mem-position with 0-6. bcrs spent their free time studying, since semester tests began the next day. Sutler was served by the Mumboldt Band Boosters in the school cafeteria. The evening concert began with the Altrona grouo perform- in? the famous Sotiza march "Golden Slave" bv and "March Tchalkovskv. After Tuesday, Jan. 19, the Algona High Concert Band, under the direction of Russell C. Guster, attended the band festival of the Western Division of the North Central Conference. The fosti- val was held at Humboldt in their new school. Clarion, Webster City, and Humboldt Bands participated in the festival, whose guest conductor was the instrumental music director at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, and member of the Karl King Band, William Green. Rehearsal for the mass band per- formanc6 that evening began at 'one p.m!' and lasted until five, ! with a break of twenty minutes. .The Humboldt Student Council sponsored a sock hop between five and five-thirty, but a ma- VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON and 4Qc will admit one (including rental if needed) WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27 STAR ROLLER RINK Lau, Owner Phone collect for Parties • 295-2166 oach band nerformed. the mass lvmd nlnvp.d six selections, including "Trumopts Un". a number written bv Mr. Green. — AHS— National Honor Society met i Monday n'ght to 'set tin committees for the sock hop tho.v are snonsoring Snturdav after the Webster City haoketball game. — AH*— A new art dlsoliv in th» downstairs tro^hv cflso features designs In cubism, '(mnression- isin. and nonoWectiveism bv Poreno Funk, Virginia S'<"ert. John SchuHfc. Wavno Carlson. and Linrt* Bishoo. The nicttires nre results of st.tid.les based on contemporary stvies. — AHS— At th.» <ln»l aam* o» tb* Bows' Basketball Mr'nmuralR. the In- ike'rs finiphfld the series undo, fp.ated. with 6-0. thp<sp.cf>nd nlace Warriors shpwprt 4-2. the Pomb- PTS camp in third wlt.h 3-3 as did the Hawks. th° Bullets took fourth nlacp costing 1-5, and sent a representative to last week who spoke With jUtt* iors and seniors interested Iti at-, tending Westtnar. —AHS— Junior* and Seniors h*ve been notified that they are eligible to aoolv for National Science FdUtt* datipn Scholarships for summer sessions in science or math, if they are in the unner one-fourth of their class. The aoplicants must have a recommendation from the teacher in their high school of the area in which they nonlv. About thirtv students 'are selected for each sttmmef' work- shon, so selection is limited. St. Olaf College at Northfield, Minn, is offering a summer session in economics for juniors and seniors. AnnllcaUon can be made through the AHS Guidance Dept. —AHS— Semester finals beo»!n Wednesday afternoon and ended Fridav. Second semester fiohed- ule changes go into effect today. No homework last weekend! —AHS— i AHS Peo Club members' met briefly last week setting up hew poster committpps. — AHS _ The AHS Drama Deot. will present three one-act nlavs Tues- llfll I ED Dimf Rr ""rriors snown t-v. i.ne Homo- poster commiupfls. ,. wur niJLliCll HIHIl • P firs• cam**'in third wjt.h 3-3 PS —AHS— •>', Gene\ >hone collect for Parties -295-2166 §! (1ifl '^e HnwkR. Hi" Bullots took The AHS Drama Deot. will Est! f^1^>^^!K/^ihAl^^tf^7^f>^>^ i fourt h nlac^ nostine 1-5, and present three one-act nlavs Tues- trude VEWnWimnaaiMmmmmi ttn ^y the Pistons hold the last day, Jan. 26 in the high school I Mai |f^^"'^*'^i^iM^*'*^••^•^iM*^*-''^*—T'^B^aa jj '*-*-T-^e»^M-i'^*'*tiT'^^^^fiTT Tiriiii^^ i • - • - *^-- < ^^-'-*^^!CB«*K:^»JBC!rasjsjffi ; 3ia»K^i5Se»H^ra^ It's time again....for Algona Flour & Feeds annual ^L fc^ ^4 ' • ' .' , " • ''.'•'' l«<h»..i'««»» t ««,. . '*>....1E........... ^-—'wit. *.*(..:.... • ^/lr....... .J^.'.jA.. '.'l.'ir ^^....•J. '••^... ~^P~ v auditorium. One of the plays "Genesis" is going to enter eoffl' petition at the Speneef Play Festival. May crews have work ed hard making and designing costumes, setting up lighting for effects, and making sets. UPW,Ukota, has meeting on Jan. 14 Lakota — The United Presbyterian Women, Lakota, met Thursday, Jan. 14 for their monthly meeting at the church. The installation of officers was performed by Rev. John Reiners and are as follows: President, Ruth Ley; vice, Gertrude Winter; secretary, Gretchen Heetland; assistant secretary, Annie Ennen treasurer, Ada Rippentrop; 2nd vice president and program chairman, Polly Gerzema; nominating committee chairman, Pearl Smith. The new presidents of the individual circles were also installed as follows: Miriam Circle President, Genevieve Hoeppner. Esther Circle President, Gertrude Gutknecht. Mary Circle President, Elsie THURSDAY,-JAN. 28 ....... .,.•-. • .• ''; : ' V - • . . -, : - .> -M . . • •:. ..'• iU$,-;;' -A '" -!' v ' i FREE Ham Sandwiches and Coffee — 9 a.m. to 5 'p.m.,—''," Our big annual "Pre-Spring" Open House"will k 'b'e" h^ ! Tnuirsday of : this wee'k 'at^AigoVia Flour A Feed. You'll find many special prices, a wonderful door prize and free Ham Sandwiches and Coffee all day. Stop in and say hello to Mitch and the boys. Save money on your spring needs now — just a few weeks before spring arrives. j. ' Special Price-One |ay Only 8-ton Wagon - NINE ONLY IN STOCK - REGISTER FOR FREE '79.95 Tractor Radio No purchase necessary'and you need not be present to win. Register anytime from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. -<- drawing for this wonderful tractor-radio will be at 5 p,m, ( ! •* i Regular Price $219.00 THURSDAY SPECIAL 1 50 First come... First smtd! n for '65"VwaS giV* en by fisthef Schroe<tef, "Lfet's Get Acquainted" was the ifitfft ductiott of the new 1966 calendars reported by Polly Getaeffia; Hostesses included; Dorothy Rippentrop, Polly Gersemaj Alice Murray and Edna Paulsen* Welcoming hostess was Jeanette Musfeman. Swea Cilyan gels Quaker Oals award Swea City — Dick Schnittjer of Swea City was recently nam^ ed The Quaker Oats Company's "Country Elevator Agent of the year for 1964. He was presented the award, a cash bonus and five shares of stock in Quaker Oats during cerefThoflies at Qtta< kef'$ genefii tifijm w Chicsgd Merchlfldise -Matt Me ffl$ his wife spent a long weekend irt Chicago as guests of the cottfc pany, He was selected (of the award from fthiong 40 Wanagets of the country elevators operat* ed by Quaker Oats Company in Iowa, Kansas, Mississippi and South. Dakota. ANNIVERSARY — Mr and Mrs Leon. Ogden of Akron were in McAllen, Texas D^c,,l3 when they celebrated their 65th Wedding anniversary. Many friends of Akron added their congratulations. They have One son, 9 grandchildren and 212 great- grandchildren. Bancroft Cha»k«r meals Jaitr 28 'The Chamber of Commerce will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, Jan, 25, starting at ?;30 p.m. Hie meeting and dinner Will be held at the North Kossuth Golf club' house, All members are urged to at* tend and their wives are also invited tp this dinner. The directors .hope to make the "Ladies Night" Chamber of Commerce dinner an annual January event. After dinner a short business meeting will be held followed by entertainment by the Rhy- thmettes. I Lundell 2-row Stalk Chopper ^ S 479.60 Thursday Onlyl + Special Prices on all Fertilizers + Ask about our new "Taylor Topper" Fertilizer + Teweles Seed Representative here all day A seed representative of the Teweles C<9. will be here ill day to answer your qyeftioni on Sorghum-§ud*ngra«« Hybrid and all nt* f*rm seeds. Stop In anytime Thursday at the Algona Flour & Feed Co. SOUTH PHILIPS STREET 5-?701 ALGONA rahams • . ' " ' - 1 . • • • ", ••''' Additional Mark-Downs We must make room for the new Spring merchandise now arriving. This pre-inventory sale will give you tremendous savings in every department. It will pay you to shop for your new coat, dress, hat or sports wear now. : Shop the Entire Store PRESStS A large assortment in the popular styles and fabrics. You'll find just what you need for the season. ^Popular brands that you know. Priced now $4.88 to $13.68. ' ' • "• " '• up to There's, plenty'of winter : left — buy now and save on winter coats that will serve you for many seasons. We have the,popular brands, entire stock reduced. Carcoats from $17.50—better fur trimmed at $53.40 SAVE UP TO 40% HITS Every woman loves a naw hat and this is you, r big opportunity to pamper yourself at a low price for the , litest ! in style and brand. They help you please yourself and, dthers. ; Priced -at; Sports Wear A tremendous selection still «n hand for tht winter days that •rt still ahead — and you'll fine) thtff alto can often be used tht yfar-round. Shop this department during the pre-inventory tile — you'll be glad you did, SAVE UP TO 50%

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