Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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Student tells of home life in Philippines t»v, Gahumen, Philippine exchange student living in Swea City, told of her home country Tuesday night to the Town and Country Women's club of Fenton. Mrs. Marian Eirners was elect' ed recording secretary to replace Mrs. Clayton Wolff, who w leaving the community. The Fenton club will sponsor an essay contest on conservation for the sixth graders in the Fenton and Lone Rock schools. The essays are to be prepared under supervision by the sixth grade teachers, and will be judged and prizes awarded at the club's May meeting. Prizes are $3 for first, $2 second, and $1 third. The Senior Girls Tea was discussed. This is an annual event honoring the girls graduating at Sentral. Mrs. Warren Jones, president, announced April Is the month (of the Fffttofi club to visit the Kossuth Howie. A committee Was named to prepare a program and to set a date. The spring county meeting of the Federated Women's clubs will be held at the Butt Methodist church April 10. the Fen* ton club is in charge of table decorations and committees were chosen. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod was hostess and Mrs. Harlan Elmers co- hostess. There was one guest, Mrs. Donald Priebe. MUSIC PROGRAM "Songs of the Cowboy" is the theme for this year's elementary school music program to be given in the Fenton grade school March 26. Grades 1 through 6 will present the program under the direction of Leroy Bras. Scenery is by the grade art teacher, Mrs. Marie Wilson and her students. Music will be by the .grade school band and fourth grade tonette band. Some of the soloists who participated in the Mason City music contest will play. Several numbers are by the kindergarten class directed by Mrs. Jack Lowe. Proceeds each year ate used to *y for the contest entries in he Mason City elementary mu< ic contest. '-T CONFERENCES Voluntary parent-teacher coh- erences over the third nine- week period in the Sentral Community Schools will be held on uesday and Wednesday, March 0 and 31. Classes are to be dismissed at 2:20 in the high school tiilding and at 2:30 in the elementary buildings in Fenton itd Lone Rock. Conferences will start at 2:30 in the high chool and at 2:45 in the elementary schools. Fifteen-minute Disease Problem? ASK YOUR DEALER ABOUT MAYFIELD LA BO RAT OR I ES MEDICATED ADDITIVES SEE THESE DEALERS IN THIS AREA.,. Charles City Iowa Burt Co-op Elevator Burt, Iowa Hardy Co-op Elevator Hardy, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Bode, Iowa Kloin Farm Supply Algona, Iowa Mallard Produce Mallard, Iowa Quality Food Storo Humboldt, Iowa Robinson Product Wosloy, Iowa Whitttmoro Foods, Whittomoro, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Buffalo Center, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Lone Rock, Iowa Farmers Co-op Elevator Woden, Iowa Conferences with ••an be scheduled arents desiring the teachers until 5 p.m. conferences hould call the school and schedule the conferences, NEW SCHOOL SCHEDULE In accordance with the state lepartment of public instruction, Sentral schools will make up as much school missed because of >lizzards as possible before May 30. Classes will be held on .he Monday after Easter, April 19, and on May 28, two days iormerly planned as vacations. Supt. D. G. Keoppel has also an- ipunced the resignation of the ligh school commercial teacher, Larry Fain. Other teachers whose resignations had been accepted previously are Mrs. Jon Fohnson, Clayton Wolff, Donald Rowland, and Dwayne Proechel. land Baxter, Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, and Mrs. Willie Kf use. Lunch by Mrs, Robert was served Kf ause. ROUND-UP DATED Kindergarten Round-tip will be held at Sentral high school Monday, March 29, for both the Fenton and Lone Rock eleitieh* tary schools. Dr. L. A. Henriksen, Armstrong optometrist, will be present, as will Mrs. Fidelia Kiilsholm, elementary educational consultant, Mrs. Clarence Yager, school nurse, and two kindergarten teachers. the MEETING CANCELLED Mrs. John Waite, president of the Legion Auxiliary, announced the March meeting is canceled. The next meeting will be on the regular April date. DATE ANNUAL MEET , The annual meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co. will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. n the grade school gymnasium in Fenton. Directors will be elected. Dividend checks for the 1960 year will be distributed. There will be entertainment. A drawing for a $25 bond will be held at 8 p.m. with drawing for door prizes after the entertainment. Lunch will be served by the Sentral Band Mothers. FORWARDS MEET Fenton Forwards met March 15 at Ann Krause's. Debra Bierle led the pledges. Illustrated talks were given by Jane Wichtendahl and Sandra See- gebarth. A demonstration was by Betty Walter. Group activity was a tour of Ann's room. Guest mothers were Mrs. Rol- VITAMIN SALE — ENDS Wednesday, March 31 Vitamins for the family Vitamins for children + Vitamins for adults Big Savings Now at... Rusk Drug & Jewelry The Rev. F. C. Preuls had the Ed Schleis and Charles Weis- brods as guests Sunday. The Ralph Walkers and Nan cy, and Marlyn Steinberger were March 14 guests of the Harry Haases. The Birthday 500 club met with Mrs. Jerry Langerman March 15. Prizes were won by Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Stanley Berkland. Steve Berkland returned to Ames March 15 after a ten-day quarter break with his parents, the Ernest Berklands. Steve and Jackie Laabs spent a few days visiting the Rev. Samih Ismir, Bismarck, N. D. Mrs. Ismir is Steve's sister. Fenton firemen and their wives had an annual Firemen's dinner Saturday night at Van's n Algona. The Ivan Cushings, Spencer, ivere Sunday guests of the Norman Bellingers. Saturday visitors at Clifford )ouglas's were Mrs. Goldie )ouglas, Ernest Douglas, Lloyd Douglas, the Harlan Kramers, >yle Douglases and Gerald Jentzes. Guests last week of the Clayton Ditsworths were Mrs. Ditsworth's sister, the Paul Barnes- es, Clinton, N. Y. Mrs. Barnes is the former Sylvia Newel. The Barnes were on their way home from a visit to Mexico, and planned to stay in Fenton two days. Their visit became longer when the snow-blocked roads prevent ed their leaving. Friday guests of the Ditsworths for Mrs Barnes's birthday were Mrs Fred Newel and Mrs. Everett Dreyer. The Clayton Ditsworths were Sunday guests of the Wallace Browns, Gruver. The Gene Tietzes have rented the Richard Stucki house in Fenton. They moved to town from a farm near Lone Rock last week. The Kenneth Halversons visited at Stanley Jensen's, Ringsted Sunday. The Donald Priebes were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ida But- ;erfield and Mrs. Vivian Butterfield, Swea City. Mrs. Charles Feye and children, the Clarence Wegeners, and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Glenda and Gail visited the Marlin Wege- ners Tuesday for Debbie Wegener's sixth birthday. The Paul Hudsons returned to Fenton Sunday after three months in Fillmore, Calif, The Hudsons arrived in Omaha Thursday afternoon, but had to wait until roads were cleared to continue to Fenton Sunday. The Gerald Voigts were Sunday guests of the Frank Me- Falls. The Frank McFalls were Sunday evening guests of the Wendell Rusches. Sentral boys basketball team attended the finals of the state tournament in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. 30 YEARS — Mrs Elna Steal 1 - nes, chief operator at the Webster City telephone office, has completed 30 years service with the Northwestern Bell Company and was recognized by office personnel and John Fieseler, district traffic manager, March 8th at a party in her honor there. Ex-Whittemore man is dead in Illinois Whiftemore — Word was received here of the death of a ormer Whittemore resident, John Dahlhauser, Peoria, 111. He and his wife celebrated their golden wedding a year ago in January. His wife is the former Lena Schaecher and survives with four sons and three daughters, three brothers, and four sisters. Funeral services were Monday at Peoria. Attending were Mrs. Josephine Dahlhaus- cr and Pete, Mrs. Clara Thul and Bill, the John Laubcnthals, Fenton, Dr. Albert Laubcnthals, Emmetsburg, Tony Waechters, Roy Montags, Henry Dahlhaus- ers and Max and Paul Dahlhauser, West Bend. Mrs. Herman Kollasch, Mrs. Merle Laubehthal and Mrs. M. J. Erdmann wort prizes. Dora Besch will haVe the club in April. Mrs. Teddy Wagner had the The Albert Meyers, Lolls 2reek, were Sunday visitors at Srhest Meyer's. The Francis Erpeldihgs, Burt, and Frank Brckas, Garner, were Sunday guests at the parental MARRIED 52 YEARS The Herman Voigls had their 52nd wedding Saturday. Visitors over the weekend were Rosella Voigt, the Gerald Ollums, Harold Voigts, Mrs. Joan Voigt and children, the Bill Johnsons, Algona, the Milton Espes, Mrs. Pearl Hanson, Mrs. Eida Simonson, the Art Heidenwiths, Mrs. Dorothy Rosenthal, the Ernie ileyers, Herb Potratzes, Alfred Meyers, Mrs. Mathilda Meyer, he II. A. Hogans and Paul Ludvigs. The Jerry Kliegls, Fort Dodge, vere Saturday visitors at the parental Roy Kliegl's. Other visitors were the Bill Bernhards, Bancroft. The Roy Kliegls were March 14 guests at Chas. Berte's, Bode. Mark Capesius, Chicago, 111., spent a few days recently with his parents, the Dr. E. J. Ca- pesiuses. The Mike Mergens had the Town-Country club March 14. Leo Walters, Mrs. Chas. Bormann, Harold McDonnell, Mrs. Leo Walters and M. R. Duffy won prizes. Mrs. James Besch had the Birthday club Monday for Mrs. Louis house-holer. Mrs. Joe Kollasch, Mrs. Dale Hanover, and Mrs. Deb Wichtendahl won prizes. The Leo Walters had the Pinochle club Monday. John Marte, Mrs. Frank Folcy, Henry Mueller, Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch and Mrs. Frank Pickarski won prizes. The Lewis Duffys had the Just B'or Fun club Sunday. Carl Ernst, Mrs. George Baas, Lawrence Kirsch, Mrs. Carl Ernst, and Mrs. George Baas won prizes. Mrs. Frank Piekarski had the Grandmother's club Monday. Mrs. Ralph Fanclcl, Mrs. Henry Mueller, and Mrs. Ben Hanson won prizes. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Lutheran church, Algona, for Gus Sjogrcn, 82. He was the brothcr- n-law of L. II. Peril, and was named to Magdalene Peril, who died in 1956. The Rheinc Wclzcls and Mrs. lara Pompe, Algona, visited Sunday at Frank Schumacher's. The Duanc Vaudts, Forest ily, were Sunday guests of his parents the Herman Vaudts. The Bill Dearchscs, Algona, ,verc guests Sunday al Ihe maternal Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser's. The Bernard Bells were at Leroy Bluer home at West Bend Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser and Pete visited Sunday evening at Henry Dahlhauser's, Wesl Bend. The Jerome Foreys, Spencer John Erpclding's. Mrs. Elmo Barber, Bode, is visiting this week at her daughter, the Wm. Meyers II. ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCt—I THURSDAY, MARCH 25, W5 The Wm. E. Meyers 111 moved to town Saturday. They recently purchased the Walter Meyer home vacated by the Gayle Meyers. Wm. E. Meyer is still hospitalized following a car accident but is improving. ENDS SAT. "T A.M.I. SHOW" ••••••••••• SUN. Thru WED. MARCH 28 • 31 ALGONA THEY LOVE TO FIGHT,.,BUT NOT AT NIGHT! Jolly 500 Tuesday afternoon. were Sunday visitors at the parental Elmer Elbert's. Monday guests were the Robert Harrisons, Algona. The Harold Elberts were Sun day visitors with her mother Mrs. Sophia Stalzer, Wesley. The Burdette Johannsens Spencer, were Sunday guests a Ray Keene's. The Gerald Kirsches, Wesley were Sunday visitors at Law rence Kirsch's. IT'S ROCK'S MOST RIOTOUS LOVE-BOUT1 Rpck. HUDSON • LOLLOBRJGIDA Gig YOUNG STRANGE BEDFELLOWS TECHNICOLOR* CO-STARRING EDWARD JUDD • ARTHUR HAYNES -TERRY-THOMAS Screenplay by HELVIH FRANK and MICHAEL PERTWEE • Story by NORMAN PANAMA and MELVIN FRANK Produced and Directed by MELVIH FRANK .• * PANAMA FRANK PRODUCTION • A UNIVERSAL PICTURE PLUS COLOR CARTOON "AQUA DUCKS" AtGQNA, IOWA If you think you're seeing more and more Plymouth Furys on the road, you're right. This is the hottest-selling Fury in history. Here's why: MR. FARMER, MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have a late model 4 row JD or JHC planter, here is a Pgketq Iron Minimum Tiling. Planter Harrow to mount on it. Only addg 28" j n l engt h. Reduce planting time aijd. costs; conserve moisture; control weeds; get fast fcno* inttioB and big yield* Algona Implement Co. Fury for '65 is the biggest, plushest Plymouth ever..; but still solidly in the low-price class. Big on the outside, its wheelbase is a whopping 119 inches, Big on the inside, plenty of headroom, legroom and hiproom. And new curved-glass side windows add to Fury's contemporary styling. The plush part is the beautiful interior. There's rich upholstery to compliment the exterior finish, wall-to-wall nylon carpeting and a smart, readable instrument panel. No wonder you're seeing more and more Plymouth Furys on the road. If you want more good reasons for buying Fury, see your Plymouth Dealer, He drives one too. Commercial St. Algona THE ROARING '65| FURY BELVEPEfti VALIANT BARRACUDA Thjnwuti See the Hot line at your Plymouth Dealer's, PUMOU1H DIVISION CHRYSLER M010R6 COBPOBAJ10U KEN'S AUTO SERVICE 1023 N. Main Street

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