Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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Ten Senior Girl Scouts to graduate a , SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS who arc graduating from high school in a few weeks arc pictured at ceremonies on April 27. From left to right, Gayle Phillips, Judy Parrott, Barb Percival, Juanita Meyer, Jane Gcilenfeld, Marsha Miller, Sharon Smith, and Pam Hopkins. Seated on the left is Sue Hemmhigsen and 6—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 10, 1965 ~ YOU MUST SEE THIS AND "TEST-HEAR" IT AT ZENITH SOLITAIRE IN-THE-EAR HEARING with amazing Micro-Lithic Circuit Developed for your personal comfort from space age knowledge,^ the customized case of the new Solitaire is Individually fitted to your oar 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 Micro-Lithic circuit gives 500% greater reliability than amplifiers using conventional components. You owe Itlo yourself to "test-hear" the Zenith Solitaire. Rusk Drug & Jewelry Algona, Iowa "THE ZENITH MAN IS IN OUR STORE THIS WEEK' M nv/.vr IN EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS and stay at W. R. FRANK'S MOTOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Just 5 Minutes From Downtown.»nd ,Mp|s. Auditorium Facing Fair Oaks Park and Minneapolis Institute of Arts DISTINCTIVE DINING 7 a.m. to 12 p.m Dally Famous For Quality at Moderate PriCM, 100 LUXURY UNITS ••Air- Conditioned With CompleU. Hotel Servlcei. Free Transportillon to Airport, Train ind Bui Centen. Also Met. SU- dium, Guthrie Th««tt« ind Other Points Upon R«Q«est. Pheloiriphy •t Ht Vwy FiMtl Your bridal album captures forever all the wonderful moments of that great day of days. It will become one of your most precious possessions. We work lovingly and carefully to make it so. Call us for details. Glenn's Studio Phejjf 1-3109 fpr on the right is Linda parsons. The Scout candelabra is in the center of the table. As each girl lighted a candle she gave the* law for w.hich it stands. Mrs. Don Hemmingsen presented the diplomas. Mrs. Howard Long, Senior Scout advisor, gaye' each a Scout charm on behalf oMhe Scout board. Industrial arts fair on Monday at high school The Algona high school industrial arts department will be host to the 1965 Area II industrial arts fair. The fair will be held at the high school gymnasium May 10 (Monday) and will bs open to the public from 7:30 to 9:30. The area consists of industrial arts departments from 9 surrounding counties. There will be 12 divisions in which students from this area can enter. Grades 7-12 will be participating in areas involving metals, woods, drawing, electricity, crafts, and mass production. Prizes consisting of ribbons vith certificates will be awarded to winning entries. Mason Maach, Humboldt, is the area chairman, and Champ Martin and Ed Meyer of the local industrial arts department are assisting in local arrangements. The public 'is 1 ?' 'invited ' ait* there will be no admission charge. Cliff Carlson elected to Artist office Clifford Carlson, professional artist from Wesley, has been elected secretary for the chapter of Fine .Artists which includes members frorn' Iowa, Nebraska and SQutb. Dakota, A show and meeting Were held April 24 in Waterloo. . : The group's project for the coming year will be a directory of professional artists in this area/The directory will be widely distributed as far as Chicago and Denver' among architects, museums, art centers and municipalities.. Another major concern of the Fine Artists is that money appropriated to the legislature for the promotion of art be used for just that. Lobbyists for this purpose will be hired. Before Mr. Carlson was admitted to the Fine Artists he had a 5-year candidacy during which time he submitted his works, A jury reviewed his record and works before he was accepted, Greek wines may ;lje made of dried grapes or raisins. BelOanloomerl V , - A fiats $330 hari Approximately 500 persons enjoyed the "Spring Musicals" presented by the Bel Canto mu< sic club last Wednesday night in the high school auditorium. Seven men also joined the chorus, which presented a three*part program. A goodwill offering netted $330.26, which will bS donated to the Good Samaritan Home expansion here, American Cyanamid plant opus — Ed -Marlow, mans* of the American Cyanamid ~ompanv of Lakota, announced ^day that their fertilizer sub•••lies have arrived and are open Cor business. The new comnany carries a comolete line of fertilizers, in- 'ecticides and animal health products. They also have eight applicators and 12 nurse tanks for the consumers' use ; plus four sp'readers and ,'aii auger delivery trailer. ' ; ' ~ ,- -.. In track moil Twin Hirers piaked up 24 points and finished in 7th place in the 8-team fwift Lakes .Cofl* tereftee track and Held weet held at Rockwell City last Tues< day. Mstisori won the meet easily with 6& points, fop peffof' rnances tot the Pirates were turned in by DeGrotte, with a second in the high jump, Smith with a victory in the mile run With a time of 4:56.0 .and the twin Rivers medley relay team that placed second. ' FARM TRAINEES — Two of the visiting farm trainees num< bring 13 from Japan and one from Brazil in Iowa are Jiro Ta< kano living and working on the Rich Van Regenmorter poultry farm in Sioux Center and Takashi Toshima who is staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Countryman near Moville. Applications for trainees are made through the Iowa Farm Bureau and Japanese Agricultural Extension Service.- PATRICIA Irmiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter, has been awarded a $480 scholarship to State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. If she enters this summer she will receive an additional $82 for summer tuition.' . -jji, iss Irmiter will graduate 4-H club news tJNIMIIIIIIIIIIIHplM^ RIVERDALE CLUB Riverdale .friendly .club met Wednesday afternoon, May 5 at Carolyn WeyderKs, assisted by Arlene Simon.' Nina Gisch (Mother of the (Clu,b) was given a plant. Roll call was flower and .bulb exchange. -Fifteen members were present and .two visitors, Elnore KOhlhaas and Ruth Wagner. Next meeting will be at Eliiibeth Grill's June ,2. SISTER IS DEAD Mrs. Joe 'L. McMahoh, sister of Alice Condon; died Thursday in Ft. Dodge after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Saturday at Corpus Christi church. Besides 'her husband she is survived by one son, three daughters and five sisters. Mr. McMahoh had : been Webster county sheriff for 20 years. , , school, She is a granddaughter of Mrs. C)ara Bollig of Bancroft. DOES CONGE- ... keep you nwnko at night? MaVe >you;feel miserable all day? 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FIRE ^-i flie fife ws§ called Sunday to eemfol a fire in straw and a tool sh.ed at the stockyards. The -bulk plant of FaHn Sefviee <fo also caught -fire and some 'damage was done td both. .'•' ' • . ; '' ' ' * Mr*, Velrtis PsUon ha* received word of the birth of a girl, 6 IbsV'lH OB. to the,Charles Margarves, Marion. Mrs, Msr- garve is the former Glehdora Patton. They have a boy about two years old. : PUBLIC AUCTION MAY 15.1965 1,4)0 P.M At Mervin Cronan residence, 510 W. College St., Algonia> Iowa. Personal property described as: '*'. 1939 3-ton Chevrolet truck with new block, 194,7, Va^tpn International pickup truck, old John Deere tractor, 12 foot aluminum boat and trailer, 2 outboard motors, Clinton chain saw, 12 guage Harrington single barrel shotgun and case, 16 guage Winchester single barrel shotgun and case, 22 Winchester rifle, some ammunition, 2 electric drills, about .20 good'Used tires,'several,electric motors, large quantity of •carpenter and mechanic tools many of which have never been used. - Antiques: Lamps and lanterns, dishes, driving buggy harness and many new harness parts. FURNITURE: Numerous miscellaneous items of old household goods and furnishings. Sale being held for purpose of liquidating Mervin C. Cronan estate. No property to be removed until settled for. Security State Bank Algona, Iowa Clerk Donald Maasdam, Administrator Ed Anderson, Auctioneer 1 35-36 Three Algona students to science institutes ' Three Algona high-school students, juniors, have been selected for summer science institutes, sponsored by the National Sci:J ence Foundation for outstanding high school students. Margaret Schutter wilbattend at Iowa City and do research in the hygenie lab, Phil,Taylor, will likewise attend, the university and studjj bio-chemistry. The Iowa City In-. stitute will.extend from June-8 to August 6. Dana Snodgress will attend a similar . institute, studying chemistry in August^? na at Sioux Falls, S. D., in the period June 2 - July 14. > "(; Lakota youth honored at SUI ,. Lakota — Albert Becker, spn of the Raymond Beckers, w£s among 1,250 students .at Iowa State University to receive -j$?. t cognition for outstanding atji^ demic achievement at an Honors Convocation May 1. f|b After he graduates this sprir^|}' he will be employed as an ofr derly at the Raymond Blank Memorial hospital at Des Moirf«|S A in the Rehabilitation Center. His plans for 1966 will be en* rollment in Pre-Med School to further his career. ASK FOR A LOANS TO '5,000 To buy i ntw or mod car - Spring needs To OMioliMo Mil - Any purpose went plans lo mil yoir income, PHQNi *- WRIT! ~ STQP IN TODAY H?N AMERICAN ACCEPTANCe CORP. OF NEW L. P. GAS TRACTORS Mil OUR OR CALL - 296-2484 HOOVER NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE 39*3414 AND NATUiAi QAS 10 EAST STATE

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