Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 21, 1965
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4—ALOONA (few*) ADVANCE MOHDAY, JUNE 21, IMS Take bids on boiler for Lone Rock school Whether you are buying • new homo or building on* for your*«lf, we are •» your service for a loan to make your job easier, givo you long-term payments to lighten the load, Juil dial ui— or better yet, itop In and vl*!t us thfi week. — The .Senlral Corn- by Alfred Peterson on a Seneca- munlly school board ha* hired fenton route. B, If. WeUeh, Den Moine* con- Sopt D. 0. Keoppel announ- suiting engineer, lo supervise a ced that all teaching position* heating alteration in the <m- for the Sentral schooU are filled Irict'* Lone Rock grade school with the execeplion of the In- building. duxtrial ArU teacher for junior Han* arc to install an oil- high and high school. Applica- burning boiler. Bidi on the in- l !°"» will still be accepted for •tallaUon will be opened by the board July 8. In other board business Monday, contract* were offered to secretaries, bus drivers, custo dian* and cooks of the district's three schooU, this position. TWO CHANGES proposed in the personnel for next year ar 73 4-H youths attend big camp this week I home* Sunday, they were |dty dlfitief guests in the Louis ftwttctt hotfte. Mrs. EliMbeth ftyldf, daughter and family of Rude called at the Louis tett's Sunday afternoon. Engaged ; Three days of fun, new experiences and relaxation wilt be enjoyed by 73 4-H boys and girls and their advisors of Kossuth County, who are attending the District 4-H Camp at Clear Lake ! June 22, 23 and 24. \ They will be a part of a group I of approximately 400 4-H'ers I from nine counties In the North i Iowa area who attend this an- MR. AND Norton announce nual event at Camp grounds the Methodist MRS. Richard P. ^ oTcte^Ute. '** the south engage-1 Tnc tneme being followed at Garrigan lo host sectional basaball meet in July ..... r .. _..... „„..,,.... „.,... AI « on * h| 8h school and Gar.j men t an( j approaching marriage: this < 7eart"%«iip 5 wfiTbcTthe in the Lone Rock school, where \*&"'**™ 8 M J OUr ° Uier of their daughter, Siri Jean, to "4th H - Health". Special pro- Mrs, Rose Kraft was offered a; 8 "* Karrw, will open summer 1 * . ... *™contract as head cook and MrsJ 8 ^' 01 ' 003 ' hi « h 6chw)] baseball Clarence Kraft would rt .p| ac c |pJay at Garngan on Wednesday, Kay Gcftzenaucr as secretary, i July '• Miss Geilzenauer plans to leach,! First round pairings pit Al- Plans were made to finish |« ona *»• 'Wonka at 6:30 p.m. blacktopping the drive around I'/" 1 * 7n a " fj £ arn 8»" ^^ the high school buiidln, and to j^ J?^ l^n^" S repair'damage caused by frost l^ and Burt drcw flrst round boils at the entrance to the j %r ., „„, . school. Work will be done this! Ih >' , t , A . l «°"?" 11to " k ? J win , n ? r summer i meets Twin Rivers Friday, July Mrs. Marie Wilson of Klmorc!?* 1 * 30 P-" 1 ' while the Bear- will return next year to Instruct Wt ' Bt I3c ' nd champion faces Burt John Wesley Hartsfield, son gram guests will Hickerslaff from include Ray Iowa State current rate per annum Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. elementary art classes one day a week. Tills will mean a half day in Kcnton and a half day in the Lone Rock grade school. A BLUEBIRD school bun body and a Dodge bus chassis arc bo- Ing purchased by the school board. Delivery will be made for the opening of the school year. The bus will replace one driven THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Emhaliners and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RINGSTZD PHONES: 21007 — 21006 — 60406 at « p.m. that night. Finals will be Monday, July 12 at 8 p.m. on the Bear diamond. The winner of this section faces the winner of the Thomp- , son section, which includes La- kola and Lcdyard, at Garrigan on Wednesday night, July 14 at 8 p.m. The winner goes to the district at Gracttinger and plays the winner of the George sectional on Friday, July 16 at 6:30 p.m. LOCALS Mr and Mrs A S Hartsfii»IH »'«*«'»"»« irum lowa aiaie clnway Ark. An AuS %i "nlvenlty, who will be the key« ** ' nOLG SDG3KGT* QT\ Tilrf**W1*IV !lfff*T*» wedding is planned in Conway.; _„„_ DS«U— .\ \i r> n. t~\-' Both Miss Norton and Mr. Harts-i f. 0 ?"". n 0 ™lL 7 ll, ^ * C field teach in the Window Rock. Relationa Director for the C. E. Srhnol District Fort Defiancp l^hool of Commerce, Omaha, .•school uwinci, ton uetiance, , Xebraska , will highlight the Wednesday afternoon program. Spiritual speaker for the campfire will be Karl Killsholm of Algona. Featured at the-closing program on Thursday afternoon will be Beverly Meyers, ventriloquist from Lytton, Iowa. Glen Thompson, Extension Specialist of Iowa State University, will give guidance in recreation at the camp. He will be assisted by junior leaders from ,each county attending. The jun- land Metzger, Garfield Hustlers; Raymond Govern and Mark Reynolds, Grant Hustlers; Philip Menke, and Larry Nurre, Green wod Boys; Michael Pergande and LeRoy Hanson, LuVerne Eager Beavers; Ronald Gilbnde and Bryce Sampson, Plum Creek Boys; Richard Schulz and Dean Widen, Prairie Future Farmers; Dennis Becker and Steven Yackle, Ramsey Boys; Dennis Berte and Tom McGuire, St Joe Trojans; Lowell Mueller and Brian Johnson, Seneca Progressive Farmers; Eugene Person and Dennis Hanson, Swea-Harrison Boys; Tim Molacek, Union Boys; Anthony Muehe, Wesley Boys; James Walker, John Winkel and Gary Erdman, Whittemore Boys. Other leaders from Kossuth County who will serve as advisors and assist with the camp program are Joe Skow, Wesley and Lois Bentele, Wesley. Mrs. Merlin Stahn's twenty-fijEth wedding anniversary in the Tn- mont Lutheran church between 2:30 and 5:30 in the afternoon. Others going from here, were, Mr. and Mrs. Alvtn Andreasen, Mrs. Celia Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mr. Fred Dransfeldt and Mr. Frank Bahling. There was about 250 registered guests during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Page and family of Mason City visited in the Art and Louis Bartlett ENDS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 tHiHHIt Portland Mr« Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams left today for Anaheim, Calif., and will visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Herbst. Tbe John Duttons and their son and family, the Jack Dut- tons arc spending two weeks at Algona Minn. Cottage, Cass Lake, KLGA Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wolfe and children, Anaheim, Calif., and the II, A. Bowmans, Robins AI-'B, Ga., are visiting the lat- tcr'fi mother,-" Mrs; Clara" Erd- nian, Wesley. The women arc the former Pally and Mary Lee Krdman. Wednesday bridge hostesses were Mrs. 0. B. Harmes and Mrs. Mel Bay. Winners were Mcsda tries Paul Owens, John Kohlhaas and W. E. Hawcott. Hostesses for June 23 will be Mrs. Harold Gllmore and Mrs. Frank Zcndcr. For Convenience, Accomimxlnl!on«, llnou, For Hmlxo jlworl-llk* Alim lly AccoMiblo to * 105 OollghKul Roomi mil Hullui * Honied Kln«-HlM Swim- lllllIK I'llol * Complele Hotel Hervlp* * 24-Hour Switchboard * J'Voo TV * 1'Uy Arim for CliililrM * Unity Hltlor Sorvlca KXUIOI.I-.KNT I'OOD In Kudwouil Illnliiy Kouiii, Culliiii Hli<i|>, I'ufkliill IKIIIIIU*, Ample free Perklnc In front •( your Mo*m Slnili I 1.50 to I ».50 Oeubli 112.50 to 114.00 Chllilfin Undir 1Z TREE In umi login with Ailulli. Wilt of Wild tor Riurvilloni I'honi (Am 612) 588-4605. HOLIDAY MOTOR HOTEL Jcl. Hl|li«.|i 100 en< 59 W«|l Mlnntiptlli 22, Mlnntitl* Mlnulu liom Pownlenn — 15 MlnulM Itvm Mil Stadium, Home «l the Twlnt em) 20 Mlnutei (ram Int. Open house Swea City — The Harold Krantzes were given an. open house at their farm home east of Swea City June 6 for their 25th wedding anniversary. Clarice Falk and Harold Krantz were married June 9 at Titonka where they farmed for a year and a half moving to Swea City where they have lived since. They have two children, Roger and Marlu, both at home. ior leaders from Kossuth County will be Petrea and Paul Thoreson, Swea City. Each morning, the 4-H'ers will participate in special classes in recreation, judo, boating, physi- jcal development, personal care, ! scuba diving and mental health. I Swimming, volleyball and soft| ball tournaments, pleasure boat cruising, music and other recreation will also be a big part of the campers activities while they are at camp. The campers attending from Kossuth County will be — Janice McCarthy, Bancroft Busy Bees; Bridget Quinn and Kathy Murray, Blue & White; Karen Eden and Sandra Hoover, Buffalo Boosters; Jean Lynch and Kathleen Patterson, Burt Blue Birds; Marilyn Roethler and Marcia Sabin, Cresco Chums; Linda Thompson and LaDene Brandt, Eagle-ettes; Linda Kruse and Sandra Seegebarth, Fenton ! 1 Mr*. Victor Fitch and Vera Fitch. Annabel! Fitch The Portland Progress Club hold their annual pot luck luncheon at the Portland Community Hall Thursday at one o'clock. Those attending were Grace Trenary, Hazel Steven, Sarah Stewart, Flossie Bartlett, Viola Becker, EdltluJandl, Myrtle Zwiefel, Hilma Carlson, Arlcnc Marlow, Ethel Smith, Ella Lampe, Margaret Govern, Marieta Zwiefel Stella Wiskus, and Korene Fitch were guests, Mrs. Wiskus is joining the club. Flossie Bartlett received a birthday gift from her secret sister. Ethel Smith, Hazel Steven and Flossie Bartlett (the program committee) was in charge of the program. Ethel Smith and Flossie Bartlett each gave a reading and Hazel Steven gave an illustration on how to display the flag. Margaret Govern and Marieta Zwiefel played a duet. Several songs were sung with Mai-gar ot Govern at the piano. Roll call was "Where I Met My Husband." A Thank You letter was road from Mary Rasmussen. Games were played, everyone winning a prize. There will be no July or August meetings. Margaret Govern and Marieta Zwiefel will be hostesses for the August meeting. Mrs. Lola Fitch and Linda and Mrs. Annaboll Pitch drove up from Lebanon, Mo., Monday to visit relatives and friends here. They will be here about a week. "We go to college for knowledge and to the Bible for Wis dom." Mrs. Paul Krominga, Shelly, Sherry and Paul Jr. and Mrs. Dean Kuchenreuther and boys drove from Rockford, HI., to Titonka Tuesday. Paul and Dean drove through Friday. They will visit in the Amos Krominga and Bernard Phelps homes and other relatives and friends. Saturday both couples left for International Falls to do some fishing. Shelly, Sherry and Paul Jr are staying with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartletl visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen and Kim at Albert Lea, Minn., Thursday afternoon They visited Mr. and Mrs. Don aid Glamm and family at Janes ville, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrea sen went to Trimont, Minn. Sunday where they attendee open house in honor of Mr. and Jcanetta Verriia/'G'arfield Gems; Gail Jensen and Geraldine Wilhelmi, Greenwood Girls; Lucille Anderson and Kathy Heetland, La kola Luckies; Kathy Binzen and Patricia Lynch, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; Maureen McDonnell and Jackie Detrick, Lotts Creek Lassies; Joyce Gabrielson and Jane Walker, Plum Creek Elite; Suzanne Reding, Riverdale Rustlers I; Mary Reding, Riverdale Rustlers H; Kathy Merrill and Jill Jensen, Seneca Stars; Karen Winkel and Maureen Bestenlehner, U-Go-I- Go; Linda Nitchals and Susan Dodds, Union Alethean; Shirley Becker and Cheryl Cunningham, Wesley Wizards; Richard Paulsen and Darwin Smith, Aggressive Lads; Mike Bray and Donald Patterson, Algona Dairy; Wayne Cordes and Dennis Franzen, Buffalo Boys; Dale Ulses, Burt Bombers; Dean Teeter and Daryl Gisch, Cresco Boys; Norman Duer and Mike Tobin, Eagle Wildcats; Robert Krause and Randall Bierle, Fenton Pro- gressors; John Ketelsen and Le- WIRING Conntcttd or Corrected UTT ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" Phone 295-222S More Timt For WITH A WORK-SAVING BRICK is our business' • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction end Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA •eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Commercial Street ALGONA BLAKE Funeral Homes "Completely Appointed Homes" AT LUVERNE * WESLEY • TITONKA • CORWITH • RENWICK "24 — HOUR AMBULANCE. 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