Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1965 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Swimming pool opens butB-R-R, it is cold! THE ALGONA MUNICIPAL swimming pool opened for the season a week ago Sunday but only a hardy few were on hand to go in for their first dip. And for good reason. The temperature hovered around the 60-degree mark most of the day. Those who did gp in quickly wrapped themselves with towels when they came out, a"s can be seen above in the first two photos. But there were others who swam much of the afternoon and as the weather warmed up last week, more and_ more youngsters were taking advantage of (he pool activi- ';'. ties. Exclusive Advance Photos by Mike Stillman. 4-H PREVIEW FOR THE FUR Undertaking the job of covering the 4-H activities of the Kossuth Fair of 1965 as part of their Junior Leadership Project will be Sandy O'Brien, Bode, Sue Bode, Algona, and Petrea Thoreson, Swea City. These girls hope to present the new projects being taken by 4-H members in Kossuth which will be exhibited for the first time at the fair and through the newspaper, radio, and television to arouse interest in these new projects. Such projects as rabbits, dogs, small motors, electricity, entomology, arts and crafts, plus the regular 4-H projects will be displayed. A series of articles explaining the new projects will appear in the Advance. The Junior Leadership Project being undertaken by Sandy, Sue and Petrea is a'new program set up in the state of Iowa. It is for the older 4-H members who want to apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they have learned through 4-H. Opportunities for personal growth through service to others^helps to result in effective leaders of tomorrow. • « Watch for the next article explaining the new projects of Kossuth 4-H'ers who are working to make "the best better" for Kossuth people. 0000000»oooooooooooo»o»» Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft ;_ •ooooooooooooooooooooooo The,!'Andrew Stefanskis hades, Armstrong.' guests following commencement, Raymond Wilberg, Phoenix, exercises at Sentral for their daugh'terr Andrea, a member of the graduating class: Andrea has enrolled at Mankato State and with her mother will begin her study there on June 14. Mrs. Stefanski has enrolled for a summer session only while Andrea will begin a secretarial course and may go into liberal arts. The Paul Hassels had guests following graduation at Sentral for their son Michael, a member of the graduating class. Blakjer Lutheran church w,omen will hold an annual birthday party and nursery roll program June 10, at the church basement. Airs. Ted Jensen will have the birthday program and Mrs. Amy Cherland will have the nursery roll program. Hostesses will include Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mrs. Martin Linn, Bertha Olson and Mrs. Kenneth Halyersoh. Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. Melvin Dariielson and Mrs. Mildred Opsal, Armstrong; went to Decorah Tuesday for the district convention of the Lutheran church women June 8-9 at Luther college. The:, Jerry Crouches, Ida Grove, spent Tuesday to Friday at the parental ,Earl. Crouch's. Wednesday '.evening fc they "were joined by the Dr. Jerry Crouch- Ariz., visited last week with his father, Martin Wilberg,. Fentpn, and his brothers, the Jerry Wil- bergs and Bob. '.:,..'. Family reunion of Stessmans at St. Joe June 6 St. Joe — June 6 the John Bormanns had as guests 65 members of the Stessman family. Dinner and supper was served in the local K. C. IiaJl. The afternoon was spent at the Bormann home. Following supper the guests returned home. Present were the Al, Frank and Veronica Stessman, Leonard Stessmans, Adoloph Stessmans, Donald Stessmans, and Benita Langenfeld, from Earling, the Jack Stessmans and Leo Stess- mans, Dunlap, Charles Stess- mans, Des Moines, John Stess- mans, and Owen Langenfelds, Harlan, Albert Stessmans, Waterloo, Jim Nebels, Imogene, and the John Bormanns. SHOWER AT ALGONA Jolene Dahlhauser, daughter ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1965 ; : Bob and Ray Erpelding, Phil Bormann, from here, and Dan Bray, Algona, attended gradu- qf the Joe Dahlhausers, Algona, was given a pre-nuptial shower Monday 'evening, in the Moose hall, Algona. Attending were Mrs. John Thul. Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Harold Reding; Mrs. Alfred Reding. Mrs. Ray Kohlhaas, Mrs. Richard Thul and Mrs, Sylvester Wagnel 1 .; Miss Dahlhauser will marry David George, Fort Dodge. June 28, in St. Cecelia Catholic church in Algona. SHOWER AT UVERMORE Kay Lenertz, daughter of the Alvin Lenertzes, Livermore, was given a pre-nuptial shower in Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Livermore, Sunday with friends from here attending. She will be married to Donald Henry, Min- neaoolis, June 19, at 11 o'clock in Sacred Heart church, Livermore. Mrs. Ralph Reding became: seriously sick Sunday evening and was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she is a medical patient, i Mrs. Milford Plathe entered St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday for surgery Thursday. Danny Reding 8, son of the Frank Redings, had a tonsillectomy in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Monday. . John's high Gollegeville, Minn., Sunday, | June 6, Nick Erpelding was a member of the class. Nick, son 6f Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Erpelding attended Garrigan, Algona, until last year when the family moved to St. Joe, Minn. Ray and Dan are planning to attend St. John's college this fall. Connie and Joanne Stessman, Earling, are spending a few days this week with their uncle and aunt the John Bormanns. Jane Wilson, eighth grade graduate of St. Joseph's, was not mentioned in a previous story of the grade graduates. Her sister Ann was a 1965 Garrigan graduate. They are daughters of the Robert Wilsons, Livermore. DICKY6 DAISY DEAR! SOEEW DRINKIN6 UP OUR CONSOLIDATED MILKA6AIN'. The Olaf Oftedahls spent last weekend with their daughter, the Donald Dokkens, Walthain, Minn. Their grandson, Craig, returned home with them for a week here. Saturday his parents came and went to Webster City to visit the Bruce Hills, at Eagle Grove to visit the Jerry Jacobs. The Jacobs, who have been, living in Armstrong, moved re ceratly to Eagle Grove where he is employed with a feed company, i The David Loofts visited the parental Glenn Hoppe's, Truman, Sunday. Mr. Hoppe was released from the hospital ire- cently after a heart attack, Mary Ohnemus and Leonard Hassel were unintentionally omitted from Seneca young people graduated from the eighth grade at Sentral. They will become freshmen this fall, Linda, daughter of the Law« rence Ullenswangs, left June I from Perry for Whittier, CaW., for a month visiting her aunt, Gulla Ullenswang. She expects to return June 30 by train, Seneca Stars met with Bar' bara Andre June 1. Plans were made for the summer which included the Mother's Tea June 11, Cathy Bergiim and Becky Jensen had recreation, The Hen' ry Loofts were guests. "Our Gos Air Conditioning Will Add Comfort For Customers"... ,.. Says Brail Wright of Grahams, Algona tonight afd n make I 3* , ftation call tg anywbert tie U.S. (except AMa Hawaii) for $1.00 Of plus tax. Same low rates effect all day Sunday, Piet •p the phone and enjoy § long pistanc§ chit! North western Bel Let EAST END GROCERY deliver your food this summer N« n**d to !••¥• yoyr hout« on thctt H-O-T, tultry summer days, Just pick up your ttl«- ph«flt and call tht f AST END GROCERY . . . thtir red and whitt *Utipn wagon will d«- livtr ft yewrKemt twice daily. A wonderful way to boat tho Hoat . . . and you can bo •WJMTtd you will alwoyi fot quality grocorioi and top mo«ts, Try us tho next time, M, - iul if ytv intiit, ttop in our store. IT'I AIR CONPITIQNEP TOO AND THE GIRLS ARE ALWAYS HAPPY TO SEE YOU. Call 5-3762 Free Deliveries TWICE Daily wUBBHp 1H ^(B^ IV ^H^^ IRP iU (P^^^ ^dlWP Ml HP ^BB^ ^HPr WHH» V W ^B "Whtrt Y»u Alw»y* itttt i Phillipi itrtt I "Wo woro one of tho first retail stores in Algona to install air conditioning for the comfort of our customers. We havo just added a large GAS air conditioning unit in the balcony of the store, a move that will further improve con- dition.1" Mr, Wright's opinion of GAS air conditioning is very similar to that of many other businessmen — and many home owners in this area. IT IS NOW POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO HAVE GAS AIR CONDITIONING WITH OUR NEW LEASE PROGRAM — FOR AS LITTLE AS $13 PER MONTH, OR PURCHASE EQUIPMENT, ON EASY TERMS, INCLUDING ALL SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE — ON NORTH CENTRAL GAS LINES. COME IN TODAY AND TALK TO US ABOUT ITI NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 1Q EAST STATE ALGQNA

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