Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 26, 1965
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Right side up later date. Mary was' a candidate. 0-AL66NA (lew*) ADVANCE MONDAY, APRIL U, 19*5 Tht AHS Votel Mwtk moril will present \is afltiUftl spring concert Friday, April 3rj in the auditorium. Bulldo Tales BY SALLY BAY FOR OUR MANY readers who detected we ran the lower post office picture on last Thursday's paper upside down (blame the editor), here it is and you don't have to stand on your head to see it. Be that as it may, there is no nnw development on the post office moving and Postmaster Wade Sullivan says until further notice,' the present post office will be, Used.' The above view, taken exclusively by Mike Stillman, is facing south, showing the windows,at'left "and. the ' boxes in the outer lobby. , ••••'•'. '.-.-'.''•••• v for Student "Council officers. for next year. The student body will vote on the slate this week. —AHS— The entire senior class will ;ravel to; Ames to attend the Veishea festivities; —AHS— The Garrigan High Concert Band presented a guest Concert at AHS Thursday afternoon. —AHS— College and Vocations Night ,vas held Tuesday evening, Apr. 20. Parents and'students of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes were urged to attend. Representatives from student- selected colleges .and universities, beauty schools and trade schools spoke to students and their parents. : . , , . —AHS—: National Honor Society met Monday after school in Mrs. Kelly's room. ^ —AHS— Crews for "Finian't Rainbow" were posted Friday. Cindy Cowan is script girl and Karen Charles is stage manager. .. , ..; ; . _AHS— ., • • In respect to Mary Cowan the Sports Dance, has been cancelled. The election of sports king and queen .will;, be held at a The eighth grade, frtshman, sophomore, and junior classes met last Wednesday . to elect class officers and Student Council representatives for next year. Results are as follows: Junior* — President, Dave Martin, Vice President, Dale Teeter; secretary, Linn Tayor; Treasurer, Cheryl Rusk; Student Council representatives, Barb Medin, Phil Taylor and Jane Raney. Sophomores — President, Barb Knudsen; Vice President, Tom Claude; Secretary, Connie Derbyshire; Treasurer, Paul McBridef Student Council representatives, Bill Boldridge, Kathy Morz and Rodger Johnson. Freshman — President, Rich Slack; Vice President, Greg Perkins; Secretary, Marne Parrott; Treasurer, Steve Claude; Student Council -representatives, Dale . Pedersen, Phyllis Moulton, and Jeff Allen. Eighth Gride — President, Tim Black; Vice President, Karla. Sjogren; Secretary, Cathy Buchanan; Treasurer, Kathy Skow; Student Council representatives, Pat Eraser,' Susan Dodds, and Dean Lowman... —AHS— .Senior.Student Council Representatives met Thursday to draw up a slate of candidates Th* executive board of the Girls Recreation Association met Thursday after school to draw up a slate of officer candidates for next year, — AHS-Several AHS students selected at random were asked to lake part in a five year study of the nutrition of high school students, The study is being undertaken by members of the Department of Internal Medicine of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, In cooperation with the Statistical Laboratory of Iowa State University, Ames. Cooperation in the study involves taking a physical examination of the skin, hair, eyes, and teeth. — AHS— Members of the Future Homemakers of America met Wednesday night for a pot luck in the Annex. The club installed its new officers. — AHS— The North Central District Student Council Convention was held at Algona high school Tuesday, April 20. Junior Sue Moulton was elected president. Congratulations! —AHS— The Prom Mural committee met Wednesday, evening. The door committee members began working Thursday. The ceiling committee met to choose an idea from those submitted. The menu and program committee met in the study hall Tuesday. — AHS— Seniors who were members of tie Class Will committee met Monday evening at the home of Sandy Plott, and members of the Prophecy committee met Wednesday evening at the home of Dennis Ohrtman. Nielson, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Nielsen and family, Mf. and Mrs. Dale 2efittier and family of LuVerne, and Mf. and Mrs, Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Livings' ton and family and Mrs. Ethel Morris of BrlU were Sunday linner guests at the home of \1r. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. William Fett nnd family of LuVerne visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livings' ton spent the weekend with her oarents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernott Lantz at Redding. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish and family visited Sunday with Mrs. Louise Fish in Wesley and to help Larry Armstrong celebrate his 1st birthday. The Annual State Association of General Association of Reg* itlar Baptist met from Tuesday to Thursday at Belmond. Several of the Grace Baptist church attended. Paul Wilhite, of Cedarville Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Mew e»»»»»ee»eeee»e»»»e»»e»< Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaVoy Dawson were, Mick Will, Barbara Ruprick of Waverly, Mary Will of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielson Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard sg^^ CIRCULATION ?? THE •m.ir-y '„•:-:. ' - . " ., .. ,' Covers more than a College, Cedarville, Ohio, spent the weekend ;With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilhite. Monday dinner guests at the home of'Mrs! Viola Brown were, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Stroup of Virginia enroute to Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marr of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family ,of Mason City. Mr. and. Mrs. Warren Lcnz and. son and Mr. and Mrs Elmer Marr. . MrV and Mrs. Richard Marr of Knoxville spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr of Sauk Center, Minn., and Mrs. Nellie Marr. Mrs. John Adams Sr. attended the Home Holiday Club. Thurs '"ay at the Don Gelmer home at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Sr. •vere Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ei Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Nail and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Jr. and family were afternoon callers. ! Paul Coverdell of Decatuer, Ga,, soent Thursday to Monday with the Kenneth Wagners. •'..Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chambers and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Chambers visited Thursday .evening' at the Kenneth Wagner home. 1 Mr! and Mrs. John Muliin were'Sunday breakfast guests at the 'Jim Muliin home. i>, Howard Nims of St. Cloud, Minn, spent the weekend with ihjs^.plsrentSj Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nims. ;'i Mr, and Mrs. Harold Conway of J SWea City were guests at the Vern- Nims home. <.;.?Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner and'tfamily visited Sunday afternoon at the Ben Krebs home. '-.Mir. and Mrs. W. D. McCut- cHepri of Goldfield, and Bill McDonald of Champagne, 111., ("Saturday guests at the Ben Kre.bVhome. ^..Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Con- jwly, 'Janet and Sharon, and Mr. ^hdV-Mrs. Larry Conway of CJampbell, Neb., Miss Cecelia ^ojiw'ay. of Des Moines were .weekend guests at the Leonard Muliin home. Sunday guests "* "'* ; Leonard Tebben, Mr, and Jon spent Saturday to Wednesday with Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Wiihite and family ift Indiana, hey also visited with relatives n Moopestott, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr, and ttrs. Marvin,Sloan, Mrs. Mary Bjornson was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs, Nell Johnson. and Lance of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean. Mrs. Dora Dean was a Sunday guest. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Dean vis-- ted Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Addie Graham at Mason ity. Mrs, Robert May of Kanaw lia and Mrs. Tom Mygren and baby of Des Moines visited Sat-. urday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Dean. Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Hauswirth of Eagle Grove was a Sunday dinner guest at the Charpel Hauswirth home. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Tom of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs, Don Stroup were Sunday dinner guests at the Al Discher home An Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Geary of Fonda spent Saturday and Sunday; with their son and family, Mr. • and Mrs. Elwood Gear^Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Moon and Tommy- of Minneapolis spent the weekend with the Dick Miller. Mrs. Sarah Weider of Britt was also a Sunday guest. Tommy remained for a visit'"/...-.-'. . • •';.-;',; Ernest Christehsen of California is visiting his daughter and family, Mrs. Oral McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of Farnhamville spent the week- G>6ve, their smtJavid aftd-ifoah Dotiiman of Waverly. , Mr. iftd Mm, .Philip, ftiffer and Joel spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth William In MinneatJoHs. ;! f . Rich Hauswirth and Cheryl Passell spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Merle Meyer at Like Okoboji. Mr, and Mrs. George .^eoman of Britt were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. .Ben Widen and family ' Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Nail, Beth and Jane were Sunday guents of Mrs. Dorothy Robinson at Muni' boldt. , Mr; and Mrs. Ray Frey and Ivan, Mr. Ed Frey, fef of Fayelte, and Ronald fer of cedar Falls, were Sunday diftner gtfesls at the John Puffer home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Puffer and family; of Algona were evening caller*. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett of Minneapolis, Minn,, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geotge Gaskill, Mr, and Mrs. John Heil and family of Marshalltowfl spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgen^ sen. Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Clara Wolfe of LuVerne and Rendela Schulz. Mrs. W. C, Woodbury spent the weekend .with Mr, and Mrs, C.'W, Woodbury at Hampton. niiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiniiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ed with Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Albert Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson and girls were also Sunday guests. ' Albert Johnson attended the State Brand creamery meeting Tuesday at the Hanford Hotel in Mason City. Marilyn Krauss of Webster City spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George Krauss.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adkins of Grinnell, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adkins of Minneapolis spent the weekend with Mr v and Mrs. Thurman Gaskill. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill and Mrs. Louise Gaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crockett-of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaskill. The Sewing club met Thursday with Mrs. Phil Puffer/Mrs. Lester Hash, Mrs. Charles Thompson, Mrs. Esta Schul?, Mrs. i Ernest : Bonnstetter : arid Mrs. Robert May. . ,/ Mrs. Warren Lederer v an'd Eric of South Orange, New'Jer- sey arrived to visit her parents, YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST HEAR" IT AT ZtNlTH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID with amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal comfort from space age:knowledge,^ ,<he customized .case of the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your ear,and contains the finest features for full or part-time hearing help. Small and light in weight, yet amazing in performance.''No cords, tubing or separate earmold, yet Micrb-Uthic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers Using conventional components. You owe it .0 yourself to ".test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. '' ' '" ' - • " Rusk Drug & Jewelry • ; Algeria, Iowa "THE ZENITH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK" Mr. and Mrs. iunday guests Mrs. Carl Long Jr. of Eagle Mjrs;:Don Muliin and family of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs, Jim Mullin and family. ">!vCraig Dawson returned to Iowa-City on Sunday to resume tjis college study afte'r the weekend with his parents, Mr. andVMrs. LaVoy Dawson. ^Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gregson of Gfinnell visited Monday to Wed- neiday \vith their daughter and fa,nai(y, Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter. rs. William Bonnstetter and wp! : sons of Waterloo were sev- _' i| days visitors at the Ernest Bonnstetter home. }• Mrs. Edith Foster of Marengo, was-'a weekend guest with her Bister and family, Mrs. Ernest Bpnnstetter, Mrs, Earl Wilhite, Jim and Carl were Long ST. Mr. and If "Fishermen The lime hes now arrived1 TO GO FISHING. Nite crawlers are out and we have the food .'for them. We have the largest at- lortment of Quality Pithing'Tac- kle in good old (Northern Iowa. Worm .Pails and bucket*, minnow pails, tackle boxes, 'rods reels and lures, Mono and ny Ion lines, fly lines, hip boots and waders. "WE HAVE THE 1965 MINNESOTA LICENSES" BECKER Sporting EAST OF LEGION HALL 5-2780 TUNE-UP OUR BULK WAGON SERVICE will \bring you GAS — OIL — LUBE needs right to your farm! HIGHEST QUALITY for LESS! Line at Clear Lake. VIKING HP Premium Oil 30 NEMIRULS CROSS-EYED WATCHDOG!! ta^t^w^isti^w^^ Dean Kintman, owner *f Algona Monu ment C«-/ wishes to remind ypy th»t there can never be a substitutt for « monument , , , of knowing yow marked th^ final rest* ing place of your departed loved one in the proper manner. Algona Monument £9, pffers « wid« sjltC' ti«n which thty can furnish in vari*uf iii•I* itylti md dfiign*. Jf yow wifh to ««ve, pleait before you buy, write or call 791- S$6S Algona Menymtnt £9.4 mil Iff them giyf you thff fl$t« ibogt monuments and markers, both granite and bronw, fgr tttriti and m*meri»l Gardens. 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