Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1965
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LuVerne places four on top league team Two LuVcrnc boys and two girls were named to the first All-Conference North Star league teams in selections announced this week. One other learn rated two girls on the top club while no other team had two boys rated first team. Bob Maass and Jane Hanselman, the scoring champions of both leagues, were two of only four unanimous choices for all- conference honors. Both arc seniors. The other LuVcrnc senior, John Wickctt, also was named to the All-Conference lirsl team. Maass and Wickett were the only boys given places on either of the first two teams or honorable mention. Corwith-Wesley placed Jerry Brockcman on the first team, Andy Moore and Tim Long on the second team. Also named on the first team girls club was Nancy Brink, a senior. Miss Hansclman is only junior. Jan Leek of Corwitn- theTigh school^s 'Se'lbaU ^slcy and Stephanie BarUk DIAL AT BURT Burf — The Burt Telephone Co. annual meeting was held March 9 in the new telephone building. Directors Ray Me- Whorler and Frank Rycrson were re-elected for three years. Dial conversion now in progress was discussed. New dial telephones arc now being installed in Burl. The same onicers and personnel for the coming year were re-cleclcd at the board meeting. BENEFIT GAME Burt — Tuesday, March 16, were also given first team berths while Clara Schnakcn- berg, LuVcrnc, and Renelda team will play tne Burt Women's Alumni beginning at 7:30 p.m. Following this game, the 0 . ,. ,, , , Burt town team will play Kautz- ^ cnullz ' °; v - were « lven SCCOfKl ky's from Fort Dodge. Howard tcam P° slllons Bich, a former leaclicr in Burt, Named on the honor roll were will be playing for Kaulzky's. Linda Nelson, LuVerne, ana No admission will be charged Deanna Sloan, Corvvitli-Wcsley. but a "barrell donation" will bej .The LuVerne boys finished greatly appreciated. The money second in the loop with an 8-2 received will help defray state m,ark behind Rockwell-Swale- tournament expense. dale while the LuVerne girls —:— were fifth. Corwith-Wesley plac- FIVE RESIGN ed in a tie for fourth in the Fenton — The school board of boys league and tied for first Sentral Tuesday accepted resig- Place witn Boone Valley ana nations of four high school Meservcy-Thornton in the girl's teachers. Resigning are Donald loop. Rowland, English, Mrs. Jon Maass had a 26.0 season's Johnson, English and speech, average to top all scorers while Dwayne Proechel, physical cdu-. Miss Hanselman likewise led the cation and coach, and Clayton' girls race with a 30-point mark. Wolff, science. Wolff resigned i to accept an Academic Year In-.CHAMPION SHORTHORNS stitute scholarship at the um-| seely Bros, had the champion versity of North Dakota. The bull alld the champion heifer board also accepted the resignation of Donald Blanchard as principal. Blanchard expressed his desire to remain in the Sentral school system, and he has been offered another position at the school. Salaries of elementary school teachers were increased $350. BREAKS ARM IN FALL Burt — Mrs Walter Sorcnson, Burt, broke a bone in her left arm last Monday in a fall. The break was just above the wrist. She was walking to her car parked in front of the S & L store here where she is employed when she slipped on a patch of ice. She was taken to a doctor in Algona and then to a bone specialist in Mason City where the bone was set and the arm put in a cast. CAR HITS HORSES Fenton — Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Fenton, was uninjured when her car hit three horses on the blacktop % mile north of Depew Thursday night. Her car was damaged, but Mrs. Voigt continued home in it. The horses belonged to Red Thompson, Cylinder. They had strayed onto the road, probably crossing the fence on a snowbank. One was badly injured and had to be destroyed, but the others were not injured badly. Algona girl named honor resident Mount Vernon, Iowa — Trudy Bartholomew, daughter of the Max Bartholomews, has been chosen to be a sophomore honor resident at Cornell college for 1965-1966. Serving a function similar to that of "big sisters" in some colleges, her duties would be: familiarize freshmen with the school, write letters to incoming freshmen, welcome new women students to campus, counseling freshman women throughout the year to aid in their adjustment. She will live in a residence hall near the freshman women assigned to her. Her selection was made on basis of scholarship, leadership, and service rendered during the freshman year. Will terms violation charged in suit An application for declaratory judgment was brought in district court last week by Arnold Emery and Mary Marcia Emery against Kenneth E. Fraser and others. According to the petition Kenneth Fraser was left a life interst in the will of Mary Fraser in the farm the NVfe NEV-j and NEV 4 NWtt 5-95-29. The petition alleges Kenneth Fraser had assigned his life interest and had offered to sell the farm both in violation of the terms of the life estate. The petition asks the court to set the interests of Uie various heirs. at the Iowa Polled Shorthorn Show. Pictured in the Des Moines Register was Kent Seely showing the champion bull. It was sold for $460.< 6-ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH tS, Bulldog Seniors who took tht Ameri- choosing their new members on can College Tests in February received tncir score results irom Miss borcnscn. — AHS — National Merit Tetts for juniors who signed last lall to IHKC Wednesday. Mrs Moxley spon sors Cadettes; Mr Ouster directs the Pep Band. — AHS — Unfortunately, due to the adverse weather conditions, the them were given Saturday morn- mixed chorus was not aole to mg m the senior high stuuy hall.'attend the choral workshop Sat* — MHs — | urday, March b in iowa City. Boyi interested in securing Special thanks go to the admin- more imormation auout Koiu istration lor tneir cooperation nave notuied Miss sorensen. a»u support. inuy will Ud abio to interview Captain Stewart wiien he visits tne guidance department. — Arts — Junior Counselors of Miss Sorensen ana Mr Andersen Have been scheduled lor comereuces aunng wincn tney win line up tncir courses lor next year. Tins ca P and cany scneauling gives trie au- Mes(la y- ministration imonnation aoout tne possiole neecis ot more tea- cnurs ana classrooms. — AH* — The AHS Cadette Corps accompanied by tne Pep liana marcncd Thursday night during tne halt-time 01 tne second game — AHS — Orders for booKs were taken during English classes lor the coming BOOK fair, a Distributive Education project selling paper- bacK books. — AHS — Seniors were measured for ot the Girls liasKetball Tournament, 'ine ten-minute drill was devised by the girls themselves, me corps, 20-birong, will graduate ly seniors uiis spring, gown sizes last Weu- - AHS — . . The newspaper staff met briefly Wednesday alter scnool.. Ke» porters receivea assignments tor tne coining issue. The cheerleaders sponsored a sock hop Friday evening in the Annex. — AHS— ! It's rumored that Mr. Palmer is now selling his "Junior Concessions" stot'K lor share in tne YOUNG MAN .1 Free to move to Des Moines. Start at once — Expense account. • Van Buren Motel — No. 12 See Mr. McBride 6 • 7 p.m. Tuesday or Wednesday — No phone calls. . .- 1 ," • 'V ?,* Engaged MR. AND MRS. Clarence Sic- mer, LuVerne, announce the engagement and. approaching marriage of their daughter, Ellen, to James Gatton, son of the lirvin Gattons. The marriage is planned for May 22. She is employed at Northwestern Bell, ana -he -works at Universal Mfg. Toptsieroll company. '' . Basket ball spring practice began Wednesday sixth period for juniors, sophomores, and selected freshmen., Physical slips.were distributed' to bqys planning' to go.out fbr tracfc this spring. . : .,-•--AHS— ; ; ;; .Junior Bill Farnham failed in his attempt to flood the chemis- try room. Considering engineer* ifig as * career, Bill? Perhaps Dave Mftftifi will help you (With the mops), Thfrd period algebra elan now realizes the Value of marble-top tables... an analogy to hair? AHK A*l«l ^^ The Modern Choir began rehearsing the chorus parts of the musical "Finean's Rainbow," to be presented this spring. Koftith groip to Young GUP iiMtt Kossuth Young Republicans attended a 6th District meeting in Spencer March 10. Reports were given by three men who attended the National Young Republican Leadership training school in Washington, D. C., Feb. 1920. Attending from Kossuth were Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Stroh< man, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tokheim, agricultural committee representative from Swea Ci* ty; Mr and Mrs George Gunther, Corwith, vice-chairman; and Dr. and Mrs Andy Cotten, chairman trom Algona. $131.50 HEART FUND Bancroft — A total of $131.50 was collected for Heart rund in Greenwood Twp. witn Mrs. M. P. Bernhard, Bancroft, chairman. Workers were Lauretta Weber and Mesdames Alvin Cyphers, Walter Ditsworth, Arthur Johnson, Roland Kollasch, Arthur Mulligan, Gerhard Nerem, Ed.Richter, Clarence VasKe and Mr. M. P. Bernhard. ••H-H-H-M-H-H-I-H-. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WESLEY BLAKE FUNERAL HOME .We have lost, our-lease-arid must be out of the building .by April. 1. We ask our families to please bear with us, until'ournew bunding as iimshed and ready for occupancy'. •;We.will.;handle'our funeral calls through our Corwith and'Titonka Homes, until we can use the new building. ' Our Wesley phone will still be answered and if in need of •our services, please call our Wesley number. Phone 3691 -Wesley DRY CLEANING VALUE!! Long Coats '1.39 (Regularly to $1.75) Pants 69c TWO DAYS ONLY - BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN TUESDAY AND MARCH 16-17 TWO PORTRAIT SPECIALS DURING OUR GRAND OPENING Sensational *ADULT PORTRAIT OFFER 8x10 PROFESSIONAL "OIL" PORTRAIT . I 50c pplng and dling Chargt AU PORTRAITS BY PICTURELAND STUDIOS America'! Leadlni Professional Photographer! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK! Finished in beautiful genuine oil tints by professional artist. 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