Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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ADVANC6 THURSDAY, MAY 27,196S Graduates at Sentral plan for the future Fenton — Sentral graduates this year haw made plans as follows: Marilyn Alt, P.B.I., Minneapolis; Joyce Berkland. nursing; Mark Berkland, Esthervillc J.C.; Margaret Bierstedt, undecided; Bonnie Crouch, Morning- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embnlmcrs and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phono 33 — FENTON RINGSTDD PHONES: 21007 — 21006 — 60406 !i side: Allan Dac.tan, fftrtti; DPH- nis Dalit, rollegp; Ray Drc.yer, Kst.horvilln .I.C. David Kldridgc, Morningsidd; David Krink, Iowa Stale; Larry Geilr.enauer, Hamilton Business college; Tom Gcitzenaucr, undecided; Dennis Gross, farm; Judy Hammerstrom, nursing; Inez Hanover, secretary; Becky Huntelman, Kmmclsburg Com- inunity college. Jim Hartman, Mason City J.C.; Michael Hassel, Esthcrvill'c J.C.; Bill Holcotnb, trade school: Warren Householder, truck driver; James Jones, Wartburg; Linda Lockwood, secretarial; David Matthiesen, social science; Lynn Menke, secretary; Shirley Ohnemus, secretary; David Peter, farm; Richard Pettit, service. Elaine Schlei, Junior college; David Schmidt, air force; Andrea Stefanski, Mankato Commercial; Marlyn Stcinbcrger, college; Tim Strucckcr, Iowa Slate; James Sunde, Esthcrville J.C.; Roxannc Voigt, Gale Institute; Nancy Walker, secretary; Robert Weber, farm; Bonnie Wehrspan, nursing; Naclihc Wcisbrod, Morningside; Carol Zumach, Mankato Commercial. .Tuno B, with ctiiirrti school from 8:30 1o 0:20 and the morning worship from 0:30 to 10:30. B.tblo School will bo held at the Methodist church June 7-11. with all-day classes. A vocal quartet from Morningside college will sing June 13. starting at 7:30 p.m. SCOUTS CAMP OUT Right Boy Scouts of Fcnlon and assistant scoulmaslcr Donald Howland went to Pocahontas Friday and camped overnight They were to participalc in the District (5 Camporce Saturday. Because of rainy weather the camporec games and contests were postponed to the weekend of June 5. Fenton club gives awards in essay contest Fenfon scrvation Winners of a con- essay awarded pri7.es contest Monday were at a DATE MISSION FESTIVAL St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold its Spring Mission Festival May 30. Rev. Daniel Teuscher, Sioux Rapids, will deliver the morning worship service at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Rex Spi- ccr, pastor of St. John's, will speak at the Mission Festival in Emmetsburg. Vacation Bible school will be held at St. John's June 7-11. Classes will be held both morning and afternoon. CHURCH SCHEDULE The Fenton Methodist church will adopt its summer schedule ^9wf*^^ f. '• .™^««»K^K«!St«!88Sg^M$t 1963 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Overdrive, radio, V-8 engine, light turquoise finish. 1963 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Beige 1962 FORD Galaxie, solid white color, V-8, straight transmission, radio. 1961 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, White 1961 FORD 2-door, 8 cyl., Club Victoria Galaxie Hardtop, automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, White 1960 FORD Galaxie 4-door, V-8, Power Steering, Cruise-a- Matic, radio, spotless, red and white finish. 1960 FORD 2-door, 8-cylinder, Fairlane, Blue 1955 FORD 8 cyl. Country Sedan, 8 passenger Wagon, overdrive, radio, Red 1958 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, power steering, Red A White 1961 FORD Station Wagon, Country Squire, 6-passenger, V-8, Cruise-a Matic. extra clean. 1961 FALCON Wagon, automatic, radio, Blue 1957 PLYMOUTH 8 cyl. Sport Coup*, Savoy, automatic, Black 1959 EDSEL 4-door, 8 cyl. Ranger, automatic, radio, Green 1960 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Mercomatic, power brakes, steering, light beige, new tires. 1959 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Pink and White 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4-door .automatic, radio, Turquoise & White . 1960 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Power Steering, Mercoma- tic, radio, blue finish. 1958 MERCURY 4-do, automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, power seat, Red & Whit* 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Tuton* Brown 1959 VOLVO 4-speed transmission, jet black finish, radio, well-cared for foreign sports car. 1955 PONTIAC 4-door, 8 cyl. Star Chief Custom, automatic, power steering, power brakes, Beige 1956 CADILLAC 4-door, full power, 2-ton* Blue and Whit*, extra clean, very sharp mechanically 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 88 Celebrity, automatic, radio, Turquoise 1956 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8 engine, Power Olid*, blue and white. I960 CHEVROLET 4-dr., 6 cpl. Biscayne, automatic, radio, power steering, Blue & White 1962 CHEVROLET 2-door, 8 cy!., Bel Air, radio, whit* 1958 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, power glide, radio, power steering, power brakes, two-tone t*n and whit*. 1959 RAMBLER Station Wagon, standard transmission, 6-cylinder, 2-tone beige, extra nice. 1950 DESOTO 8-passenger sedan, black, spotless inside and out, a fine older car in excellent condition. SCHOOL CLOSES FRIDAY Report cards in the Scnlral Community school system will be given in grades kindergarten through six Friday, the last day school. In the junior high and liigh school, students will receive reports by mail after Tune 1. School will be dismissed at 2:30 p.m. May 27 and 28, the last two clays of school. BIBLE SCHOOL DATES Vacation Bible school at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, will begin May 31 and classes will be held mornings on weekdays through June 11, starting at 8 a.m. There will be a program at the close. HAVE MOTHERS TEA Fenton Forwards held a Mothers Tea May 10 at Linda Kruse's. Kathy Mortenson, Fenton, is a new member. A talk was given by Diane Luedtke. Rita Luedtke and Linda Kruse gave demonstrations. TO CONFIRM ELEVEN St. John's Lutheran church, Dcpew, will hold confirmation June 6, for 11. From Fenton are Dawson Juhl, James Ruhnke, Monica Tcresco. Paula Weiner, and Kenneth Twait. buffet supper of the Town and Country Women's club at Mrs. Kugene Huskamp's. The contest was sponsored by the club for Fenton and Lone Rock Sixth grades. Winners were first, Steven Ncwbrough, second, Ste vcn Cherland, both of Lohe Rock, and third, Charles Tippy, Fenton. > > The essay theme was "What Conservation Means to Me". The teachers, Mrs. Don Blanchard and Mrs, Lawrence Ncwbrough, in Fenton, and Mrs. Art Priebe, Lone Rock, supervised the work. The teachers and mothers, Mrs. Fritz Newbrough, Mrs. Amy Cherland, and Mrs. Betty Tippy, were guests. Mrs. Roy Klein was also a guest. •' Officers for next year were installed, with Mrs. Warren Jones, out-going president, installing officer. New president is Mrs. Herbert Krause; vice, Mrs. John Waite; recording sec., Mrs. Harlan Eimers; correspon- din sec., Mrs. Darrell Dreyer; treas., Mrs. Dale Voigt; and historian, Mrs. Jack Gerhart. Mrs. Don Shaw had the program. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Darrell Dreycr, Mrs. Kenneth Fohnson, Mrs. Lyle Newel,.Mrs. rohn Struecker, Mrs. Harlan Simcrs, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, and Mrs. Clarence Yager. will receive Ms -degree-ffl ''.&&• i counting this Friday. •: The Harlan Nelsons, Estherville, have a Son bofh May 23 at Estherville. She is the fofthef Hetty Holdorf, Fehtou Mrs. John Munch returned Sunday from the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville, and she will now be living at home. Tuesday guests of the Donald Priebes were Mrs. Vivian Biillerfleld, Swea City, and Mrs. Jean E. Olson and children, Mammoth Cave National Park, Ky. The E. C. Weisbrods and Mrs. Emma Reimers spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Schemmel, Svvca City. The W. B. Schmidtkes, Mor-Zumachs. ristown, Minn., are guests this *»e»e»e»t?» week of Itie. William Mantel- mans. They attended graduation fof theif granddaughter, Becky Hafitelman, at Sentral. fhe Milbert Hantelmahs, Mankato, were Sunday guests of the Ed Bruhns. The John Strueckers had guests Sunday for their son Tim, Sentral graduate. Mrs. Lena Jentz, the Fred Jentzes, and Mrs. Edna Mueller were visitors at Walter Jentz's, Fairmont, Sunday. Sunday guests of the Marvin Ackersons were the Ronald Chrischilleses, Ervin Luedtkes, Marvin Luedtkes, Everett Ack- ersons, Wesley, the Clarence Wesley MM. Viola Stutter The Good Will Industry'truck will stop in Wesley June 8. The Irwfn Martins, Long Beach, Calif, came May 18 guests at her parental, Rich Reiling's. They wilt visit other relatives here* and his parents, the Reese Martins, Farmington. He is on a 30 d^y leave from the navy. i Mrs. Valgeme Hansen and children, Cedar Falls, came Saturday to visit |the parental Ther- 6ft Hansens arid Chal A and attend graduation bt Don Price at'Britt. The Duahe Prices weht to Perry Sunday to meet his Uncle, W. R. Grove, Riverside, Calif., who will make an indefinite stay at his brother-in-law Harold Price's, and other relatives. His wife nee Nellie Price died a year ago. The Ed Tilkes, Ionia, were Sunday guests of her urtcle and aunt the Geo. Rickes. The Artlen Hovlahds, Minneapolis, plan to spend the Memorial weekend in the Ricke home. Mrs. Victor Loebig was taken to the Britt hopsital Saturday for medical care. Ed Mitchell, the Ray Uthofs, Edwin Uthofs, Glen Flints, Fenton, and the Merrill Muellers, Algona, attended the confirmation Sunday of Connie Uthof at Dodge Center, Minn. They were guests of the Don Uthofs there. Sunday visitors at Paul Cornelius's were the Emil Grim- mers, Webster City, former resident of the Fenton area. The Charles Feyes attended a Twins ball Minneapolis. The Alvin game Sunday in Zumachs, Lake View, were guests Saturday and Sunday of her parents, the John | Theesfields. Sunday the Thees- fields and the Zumachs visited he Earl Theesfields, Armstrong. Mrs. Lucille Torgensen, Bode, vas a Sunday caller at John Theesfield's. The Lloyd Sundes had as juests after baccalaureate Sun day for their son Jim, the Reu- sen Johnsons, Bill Petersens, Mabel and Roy Homan, the Gerald Halversons, Ringsted, and the Clarence Wegeners, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, the Harry Haases, Arno Juhls, Frank Dreyers and Dennis Theesfield. The Frank McFalls spent Sunday afternoon at Wells, Minn., SURPRISE AWARDS Surprise awards Tuesday evening at the annual award night nt Sentral were the presentation of money corsages and boutori- neires to the music instructors, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, and ,eroy Bras, by the Band Mothers. Students participating in nusic received treble clef pins 'rom the Band Mothers. ''Outstanding senior in vocal and instrumental music was presented with a special award. In vocal music it was won by Carol Zii- mach, and the instrumental award by David Matthiesen. Mrs. Jon Johnson, speech teach,- er, also received a money cor-^ sage from the' ' students "she ; coached in state contest compe-; tition. The elementary school band played. Athletic, music, commercial and homemaking award were presented. Certificates of Promotion were presented to eighth graders. No : with his sister, Mrs. Jennie Armstrong. Sharon Krause, daughter of the Elmer Krauses, graduated from Waldorf college, Forest City, Sunday. At the, graduation besides her parents were Mrs. Ellen Cherland, the Odey Cher- lands, A. B. Cherlands, Erwin Krauses, Frank Longs, Humboldt, and E. J. Cherlands, Burt. St. John's Lutheran church will hold its Mission Festival May 30, with Rev, Daniel Teuscher, Sioux Rapids, as speaker. Baccalaureate services were held in the Sentral auditorium May 23, with Rev. Rex Spicer St. John's Lutheran church Fenton, giving the sermon There are 39 seniors. Com- nencement exercises were Maj 25, with Henry Galbreth, associate executive director of the owa Association of Schoo" Joards, Des Mojnes, giving the address. USED TRUCKS 19*4 FORD Econpline Station BUS, glue 1960 FORD 6 cyl. F-10Q Pickup, Whit* 1960 IHC Pickup, V? Ton Taylor Motor Co. '•Friendliness and Courtesy Always" State & Jone$ Streets Algona eighth grade graduation is to be held. Members of the industrial arts department in grades M2 exhibited projects in the ibrary during the evening. Included were those entered in he industrial arts fair at Algona May 10. Dorothea Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday at Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber's. Co-hos- ;ess was Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Meditation was by Mrs. Ralph Nichols, and Mrs. Dennis Hendricsen had the program. Plans were discussed for the next year. The Kenneth Halversons spent Sunday in Fort Dodge and Humboldt. The William Bruhns spent, Sunday at Carroll Ernsts, Humboldt. Georgia Marlow, Algona, visited Mrs. William Bruhn Wednesday, The Kenneth Krauses have a girl born May 20, at Algona, named Lynnette children are two Kay. Other boys and a girl. A girl, 7M- Ibs. was born to the Noel Westlinds, Devil's Lake, N. D., May 23. She is the first grandchild for the Ken* neth Halversons, Fenton. The' Westlinds have lived at Devil's Lake since last fall, where he has been attending college. He Wt art pleawd lo announce,.. "Jake" Simon Has joined Taylor Implement Co. as a mechanic, Be sure to bring your work to us — You'll like our service. Taylor Implement Co. ALGONA WMMMM CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service \ Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premium* With Gas Purchases at our station, You'll Like Itl VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. BUILDING NEEDS OF ALL KINDS • Lower Prices • MILLER Lumber Go. East State at C. A N.W. Tracks Dial 295-2536 VIKING OIL has given more than a Quarter Century of Service to residents of Kossuth 26 Years in Business Here By the Viking Oil Co. i This year — 1965 — marks the 26th of the VIKING OIL CO. in business in Algona. Now one of the oldest service stations in Algona, under the ownership and management of Roy Stoffel, who has been with the firm sine* its founding, it still offers you the same quality products and friendly service: W* offer complete lubrication service, on car wheel balancing, muffler and pip* installation, shock absorber replacing, minor tune-up, complete tir* and battery sales and free pickup and delivery of your automobile. \ Another integral part of the station's service is a bulk wagon delivery which covers a 30 mile radius from Algona. The tank wagon is operated by Ron Bus- ch*r, well known to many people in this area. You will find his friendly and efficient service most satisfying The wagon handles gasoline, fuel oils, dieiel fuel, lubes and greases. You can always be assured of friendly service and satisfaction at the VIKING OIL CO, in Algona. YOUR ONOIOE OF KING KORN OR GOLD BOND STAMPS ON RETAIL GASOLINE AND OIL PURCHASES, WWfMMIM READY MIX CONCRETE «• Saves • Saves Time • Does a Better Job PHONi W§-$2$$ AUGONA, IOWA COWAN CORP. (Formerly Ready Mjy Concrete i lumber <&•) Iowa State Bank » Algona'f Home-owned link • Memfetr of FOIC • Member of Federal Reserve System ** LINDE IMPLEMENT GO. Farm Equipment • Allis Chalmers • Gehl a) New Idea "Sen Ing Northern Iowa & Southern Minnesota for the oast 28 Years — 1937 to 1965". 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