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(la.) Upp*r DM Maine* Thursday, March 7, 1968 24 At LuVerne High Named To Honor Roll LuVERNE - The honor roll for the recent quarter at LuVerne High School was announced recently by L. B. Shelton, Supt. The following students were honored: "A" Honor Roll - Seniors: Coleen Johns; Juniors: Don Bristow and Connie Hefty; Sophomores: David Rlstau and Linda Wilhelm; and Freshmen: Diane Patterson. "fi" Honor Roll - Seniors: Phyllis Block, Jean Casey, Becky Daley, Bob Fett, Doug Nelson, and Henry Schnakenberg; Junior: BarbHurlburt; Sophomores: James Bowman, Larry Casey, Larry Curry, Raejean Hewitt, Teresa Pedersen, Lee Schipull, Craig Stripling, PaulSwansonand Terry Vaudt; and Freshmen: Jennifer Wilhelm and Randy Will. Four marks of B or better are required. An A does not balance a C. For the A honor roll, four or more A marks are required. The four highest marks are considered for students taking five subjects, if needed. - o SALE PLANNED The LuVerne American Le- gion is planning to hold a Lu Verne Community Auction Sale in the near future. Details and date are to be announced later. In the meantime, people of the LuVerne area are asked to think about items they would like to dispose of at this sale. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leistikow and Mrs. Clifford Holmes spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner accompanied her sister Mrs. Richard Nedved, Gilmore City, to Sioux City Saturday where the Pocahontas Community Choir taped a concert to be presented later on TV. Mrs. Nedved is a member of the choir. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rugg, Des Moines, were Saturday overnight guests in the home of Jim's mother and sister, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and Vicki. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Rugg, Mrs. Baumgartner and Vicki visited their brother and son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rugg and family, who have recently moved to a farm near Eagle Grove. Graduation ceremonies for Winter Quarter Program in Farm Operation students at Iowa State University, Ames, were held in the Memorial Union on campus, Feb. 21. Certificates for completing the winter course were awarded to the students. Receiving a certificate was Gerald Bormann from the LuVerne area. LEGAL NOTICES OFFICIAL PUBLICATION The following is a list of disbursements of the Kossuth County Board of Education for the calendar and fiscal year 1967 in compliance with Chapter 273.13, Section 13. I960 Code of Iowa. Advance Publishing Company. Election Expense ___ . $31.00 Advance Publishing Company, Publications ............. 3084 Bancroft Register, Curriculum Laboratory ................. 6.00 Bancroft Register, Publications .............................. 90.43 Bartlctt, W. H., Board Expense .. .......... 1178 Bowker, R. R., Books ________ .................... 400 Bureau of Dental Hygiene, Dental Cards ............ 4 G8 Bureau of Educational Services, Tests .. .......................... 15.50 Burl Community School, Coop Program ________ ...... . ____ .. 206.38 Culbertson, Doris, School Exhibits ________ ..................... 3.75 Department of Public Instruction, Board Expense ______________ 17.50 El kin. Frances,, Salary .. ........ . ..... _________ ..... _____________ 3,400.00 Emmet County Board of Education ______ ...... ... .. „ . 334 18 Federal Old Age Benefits ..... ... ...... . .................. 1,21202 Fidlar & Chambers, Office Supplies ...... . ...... . ............ 33.30 Franco, Marianne, School Exhibits ____ ...... . ..... ... ......... 3.75 Hancock County Board of Education ........................... . 19200 Harcourt. Brace & World. Tests ______ ..... ___ ....... ____________ 184.38 Hedrick Bros.. Office Supplies . ..... ______________ . 29 15 Houghton-Mifflin, Tests _____ ........... . .............. 3370 Hutzell's, Office Supplies __________ ....... . .......... . ............ 139.21 Iowa Association of School Board, Board Expense ______________ 45.00 Iowa Public Employee's Retirement System ______________ . 770.78 Keystone Envelope Co., Office Supplies . ..................... 41 27 Kiilsholm. Fidelia, Mileage ______________________ .......... . ....... 687 51 Kiilsholm, Fidelia, Salary ___________ ....... _____ ...... 682500 Klip to Printing Go;; Office Supplies ... .................... ____ 60.20 Kloster, Lois, Salary _____________________________________________ 2,41340 Krantz, C. R., Board Expense ____________________________________ 73/76 Lemmon, Roger L., Mileage ______ ..... __________ ....... __________ 566.70 Lemmon. Roger L., Salary _______________________________________ 7,130.00 Lukes, Helen. Salary -------------- ...... _________________________ 688.23 National Education Association _____________________________ ..... _ 5.00 Palo Alto Co. Board of Education, School Officers __________ 13626 Postmaster. Postage. Box Rent .. ....... ________ ..... ______________ 45.00 Quintard. A. M., Mileage ______ ........ . .............. ____________ 487.75 Quintard, A. M., Payroll _______________ ........ . ......... ________ 8,333.31 Ribbon & Carbon Supply, Office Supplies _____ ...... _____________ 85.56 Science Research Associates, Tests ____ .............. __________ 114.65 Scott, Foresman Sc Co., Tests .. ........ . .......... . .. . 1050 Sentral Community School District, Coop Program ............. 574J1 Riedinger, Helen, Salary ... ........... .. ...... ________ ........... 1,257.82 Shoenhalr, Wm. R., Board Expense _____ ...... __________ . 49 18 Skogstrom. Madonna, Extra Help ____ ..... _______ ............ 76.90 Skow, Marilyn, School Exhibits ______ ........ _____ .......... ____ 21.00 Smith, Wayne. Board Expense ____ ............... _______ ..... ____ 43.96 State College of Iowa. Consultant Service ..... ______ ........ _____ 60.00 Swca City Community School District, Coop Program 103 18 Treganza, Todd, Extra Help ............................... 400 Upper Des Moines, Publications, Printing .......... . .............. 93,39 Wnllcntine. Then, Board Expense .. ............... . ...... . ...... . 69.56 Winter, Merlyn, Psychologist ................. ____________ ...... .. 153.00 Young, Wm. H., School Officers ____________________ ..... . ...... _ 37.75 Total Expenditures ........ _______________ ............. $37,107.88 TITLE I E S E A Advanced Systems, Inc.. Equipment ___________ ..... .. S 52505 Algona Community School District Substitute Salaries ................. ... ......... .. .$ 88.00 Prof. Staff Training ................. ............... 64.16 Consumable Supplies ... ...................... . ..... 6.50 Sp. Services Counselor ........ . ...... 10000 American Book Co.. Books . ._ ....... ____ ......... U01 American Education Publications, Books ...... ....... 1050 American Education Publications, Consumable Supplies ...'...'. 2eioo American Guidance Service, Books ........ . ..................... 12652 Bancroft Coop Creamery. Food Services ..... . .......... . ....... BR.66 Bancroft Independent School District, Rental ........... . ....... 1,000.00 Busch, Susanna, Administrative Supplies ....... _______ ....... ... 2.10 Busch, Susanna, Professional Staff Training .................. _. 100.00 Busch, Susanna. Salary ..... ............... _ .......... 530000 Bomgaars, Consumable Supplies ...................... 320 Bowmnr -Records. Records ....................... _____ I..~_ 1405 Chtldcraft Equipment Co., Equipment ... ............ _____ " ..... 2959 Christiansen, Viggo, Administrative Supplies .............. 125 Coast to Coast. Consumable Supplies ....... ................... "" 9316 Community Playthings, Equipment _____ ...... . ...... _________ """ 44955 Continental Press. Books .......................... ............. 4085 County Board of Education, Consumable Supplies .............. 834 Culbertson, Doris, Salary ......... _____ ................. . ........ 12600 Des Moines Register. Consumable Supplies ..... _____ 820 Dunn's Sure-Save. Consumable Supplies .. .............. ....... 164 Educational Record Sales. Visual Aids ........... _ . ...... -) 0 34 Elkin, Frances, Salary ........ ---------------- ............. ..... 190000 Encyclopedia Britannica. Inc.. Visual Aids . 45 oo Fideler & Co.. Books ...... ._ ............ _ ............. _____ ". "" no'as Finnestad. Amos. Transportation .. ............. 28400 Follett Publishing Co., Books ..................... , " ->8'lS Fort Dodge Historical Society. Ton;- .. ______ ...... '..".'."'.'.'."' *4 50 Frederick Hardware. Consumable Supplies ... ....... 1305 Garrett. Gene. Transportation ----- ........ . ............ 3500 Ginn 8t Co., Books .. ..... . .............................. U 09 Golden Press, Library Supplies . ... .......... . ............ 3995 Hamilton. Charlene, Consultant Service ________ .......... 7655 Hanson, Laurence, Transportation ....................... " 12590 Harcourt, Brace and World. Books _____ .......... ______ ........ " 2059 Harrison, R. M. Co.. Consumable Supplies ......... " 879 Hayden, Florence, Substitute Salary ______ ............ 24'oo Hindman, Beulah, Professional Staff Training ........ 10000 Hindman, Beulah, Salary .............. . ................. 548328 Hofkamp, Harvey, Psychological Service _________ .......... 60300 HutzelU, Consumable Supplies ................... 71 14 Hutzells. Equipment ...... . ..... . ....................... _ ........ " 392443 Iowa Employment Security Commission ............ 105960 Kowuth County Farm Bureau. Rental .................. '45600 Laidlaw Bros., Books --------- .................... . ......... 4185 Latta. J. S. Co.. Consumable Supplies .............. ... ....... 11833 LattS. J. S. Co., Equipment .......... . ......... .. ............... 4550 Latta. J. S. Co.. Visual Aids ..................................... 16 06 Mescher. Walter. Transportation ........ . ........................ 7200 North Iowa Sewing, Equipment .................... . ............. 8000 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Rental ............. 1570 O'Brlan. Mae. Substitute Salary ... ................... 30 oo Open Court Publishing Co., Books ...... . ................. 28 B3 Owen Publishing Co., F. A., Visual Aids ................. 954 Pen ton, Marie, salary ..... ............................... . ...... __ 0.669.28 Popular. Science. Visual Aids ............... ........ ......... .... 13750 Putnam, Jon. Salary .................... ----- ...................... -4,302.64 Sailer's Paint Store. Consumable Supplies ............... 337 Savage, Dwlghl. Transportation ........... . ..... ... ....... 50400 Silence Research Associates. Inc., Consumable Supplies . 71 on Sept!, Foiesmuu, Inc., Books .............. ________ .. . . 37 ;(.-, § f l "«'. l i.,*u5 0 ^ L - W>| Books ........ .................... - ......... - 150 ing 'N' Do, Records .............................. . ............... 6.95 Sharp's Jewelry. Equipment .................................... 1396 'kofrtrom. Madonna, Substitute Teaching ...................... 7620 Unwix Home. Inc.. Consumable Supplies ...................... 10.00 wlx HOUSP. jnc.. Books ........ ............................ 40535 , Efttor M.. Mileage . ..................... . .................. 211.96 fther M.. Salary ....... .................................... 5.173.01 Eleanor. Substitute Salary ................................ 6600 Security „ ... ............................... 1.51603 y for Vrtual A»d« Visual AW* ............................. 26.89 Coniallilatpd Sch»61 District ......................... 672.47 Professional staff Training ................... 10000 Salary „ ................................... .... 5,366.64 ri.. Traniportatipn ................................... 42 000 lllhlna Co.. Book. .................................. 7 . 76 »<HWU«. Substitute Salary ............................... so.oo $49,492.92 f«r publication February 2U, 1968. W- H. BarUett. President Kottiuth County Board of Education A. M. Quintiird, Executive Secretary K(i. l >iitli (.Sillily Rimrri of Ednrnt'ion Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wickett and Steven and Mrs. John Stampka were weekend guests of relatives in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Wickett and Steven visited in the home of a cousin of Mrs. Wickett and Mrs. Stampka visited with her daughter, Mario, who is employed at Collins Radio Corp. in Cedar Rapids. An improvement to the southwest corner of LuVerne was achieved when the local fire department burned down the abandoned Emil Heine home. The house has been vacant for some time. The lot is now being cleaned up by its owner. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marty and Martha Jo Bowman were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs. C. D. Rittenhouse at Fort Dodge. Omitted from last week's paper were the names of three of the girls who attended 4-H Fun Night at Burt last Saturday evening. They were Barbara Marty, and Cindy and Becky Smith. Mrs. Edna Bowman, who was injured in an auto accident last fall and has been convalescing in Cedar Rapids, is spending some time in the homes of her father, Fred Hinz, Jr., and her sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns and children, and Mr. and Mrs. George Studer. Mrs. Bowman, who sustained a severely broken heel and bones in her foot, is now able to get around on crutches. Duren Watts has received word that his brother Daryl of Eagle Grove has returned home after spending two weeks in Venezuela with a group of ten Jaycees from various parts of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schulz were Sunday dinner guests in the home ofMr.andMrs.ErvinReln- holdz, Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Schulz visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berkenes, Garner, Monday. Violet and Luella Swiger.and Mrs. Clifford Holmes visited Friday with Mrs. Ralph Consoer of Fort Dodge, who is a patient at Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Consoer is a sister of Violet and Luella, and she and her husband are former LuVerne residents. Fun Night Is Planned At Ledyard School LEDYARD - The Ledyard Music Boosters are sponsoring a Fun Night at the school, Friday evening, March 8, beginning at 7:30 p. m. There will be stunts and games for all ages, kindergarten to adults. Refreshments will also be sold during the evening. Proceeds from the project will go towards a new bass clarinet. - o - RECEIVE RATINGS Cynthia Klinksiek and Martha Wallentine each received a I rating at the District Speech Contest at Titonka Saturday. Others who took part each received a n rating. They were Lynn Munyer, Jacky Busch, Craig Klocke, Wayne Logemann and Carla Engelby. Mrs. Elaine Sine is speech instructor. - o - PRESENT CONCERT The spring band concert will be held in the Ledyard school auditorium March 12 at 7:30 p. m. Both the junior and senior bands will be on the program. Between band performances, the men's quartet will sing, along with mixed octet and the sophomore song group, "Kuntry Kids." David Lee is music director. PAINT DEALERS Now's the Time to SWITCH TO COOK If you ore presently selling paint ... if you own, manage or operate a local lumber yard, hardware store, decorating or related business . the Cook Paint & Varnish Company urges you to consider a switch to our widely-known paint line. Cook Paint provides you with the MOST COMPLETE paint and color line available ... a one-of-a-kind, top quality line that is needed, demanded and respected by your customers. Cook Paint backs you up with the STRONGEST advertising and merchandising program in the industry . . . a profit-producing program tested and proven capable of bringing buying traffic into your store. Cook Paint offers you many "no charge" advertising services, generous cooperative assistance and action-producing interior and exterior display aids. And we don't stop there. Our salesman is not just an order-taker. He's earned the title, DEALER- CONSULTANT (D-C). A veritable hot line of helpful advice and information ... He operates on a "Direct Current" to you! Your Cook D-C arrives at your store . . . mind turned on, sleeves rolled-up ready for work! He consistently gives you that "something extra" in effort which marks the famous paint line he represents. When you switch to Cook Paint, you'll turn on, tune in an entire network of live wires, ever-ready to serve you! Write today to: BOB FIELDS COOK PAINT ft VARNISH COMPANY 1422 Davenport St. Omaha, Nebraska 68102 'Bright/ of the Grand Canyon" FRIENDS - Dick Foran, the old prospector, meets Brigl-ty for the first time in this scone from "Drighty of the Grand Canyon," color film now at the Algnr>a theatre. Picture, the first shot entirely on location in the magnificent Grand Canyon, is a Feature Film Corp. of America release. SELLING COOKIES Girl Scouts will continue taking orders for their Girl Scout cookies until March 11. If anyone would like some and the girls haven't contacted them, an order may be placed by calling Mrs. Victor Vriesen. - o - PLAN SHOWER There will be an open house bridal shower honoring Paula St. Martin of Minising, Mich., bride- to-be of Dale Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brandt, at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church Saturday evening, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. - o- Penny Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hoffman, was admitted to Buffalo Center hospital Sunday. Mrs. Delores Engelbarts was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Friday. Mrs. August Klinksiek is also a patient at the Blue Earth hospital. Mrs. Ida Darnell returned home Saturday after spending" 2 1/2 months at the home of her daughter and family, the Fred Stelhorns in California. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Paschke and girls of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Herman Goetz home. Mrs. Elvin Carpenter has been in Cedar Rapids the past week with her mother, Mrs. J. G. Swartzell, who is in a hospital there. The kindergarten round-up will be held March 18 in the school dining room. This meeting was originally scheduled for March 5. Mrs. Edith Busch of Nevada was a dinner guest at the home of Jack Krebsbachs Saturday. FISH A 12-pound 2-ounce walleye pike just might be a record pike caught in Iowa during 1968. John Esslinger of Guttenberg caught a 20 and a half-inch beauty recently while fishing from a boat below Dam Ten. LICENSE Steve Fedde, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fedde of Cedar Rapids recently received his pilot's license on his 17th birthday. Steve soloed on his 16th birthday. This is the youngest a person is able to fly solo. Earl Banwarts Of West Bend Return Home WEST BEND - The Earl Ban- warts and Walter Banwarts returned Feb. 26 from a trip south. At Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. they visited the Earl Banwart's son, Eldon, who is in the U. S. Army. They also visited three other West Bend servicemen, James Fehr, Dennis Fchr and Harlan Metzger at Ft. Sam Houston. Enroute home, the Banwarts visited relatives in Ft. Scott, Kans., and Lamar, Mo. - o - FAREWELL PARTY Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker were honored at a farewell party at their home by neighbors and friends. The Strueckers have now moved to their newly-purchased home in Whittemore. Their son and family, the Marvin Strueckers, have moved to the farm. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cant- rail are parents of a daughter, Tired of chopping ice? We can't eliminate ice completely — but we can make sure you never chop ice from your stock tank again. A Johnson stock tank heater, fueled with economical Ther- mogas, keeps any tank ice- free in the bitterest weather . . . so your livestock drink more water, stay healthier, gain faster . . . (and you stay indoors, where it's warm!) Ask us about the foolproof automatic ice-chaser that can help take the work out of winter for you. For a fine deal on any gas appliance, from a stock tank warmer to a home air conditioning system, look first to your Thermogas Appliance Center. Stop by soon. with exclusive Blue Carpet Service! ALGONA and BANCROFT Cornerstone of every man's financial security should be life insurance. See LOUIS H. REILLY 115 W. Nebraska - Algona, |q. Phone 295-5256 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Life Insurance • Group Insurance Annuities • Health Insurance Pension Plans Visit the family by phone 850 or less. After 7 p.m. weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday you can make a 3-minute station call to phones nationwide for only 85c or less. Additional minutes each 26c or less. How long since you've talked with the folks at home? Why not now? Nnrthwestern Bell (A) Cristin Kay, born Feb. 18 at Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg. Mr. Cantrall is band instructor at West Bend Community school. - o - FN Dwight Lee Jackson, U.S.N., has returned to Portsmouth, Va. after a 20-day leave at the home of his parents, the Eugene Jacksons. Dwight serves on the U.S.S. Intrepid which returned in January from its second tour of duty in Vietnam. Rita's Beauty Shop, owned by Mrs. Rita Hanselman, was sold this week to Peggy Miller, who will take possession March 12. On Tuesday, Mrs. Irene Jackson, Mrs. Paul Mikes and Mrs. Harold Mikes attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Christine Cink, Parker, S.D. Leo and Levi Frieden went to Lamar, Mo. Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mae Schlupp, wife of Noah Schlupp, who died in a Springfield, Mo. hospital Feb. 24. R. W. Jurgens, manager of the West Bend Coop. Elevator Co., spent Monday and Tuesday in Chicago as guest of the Farmer's Grain Dealers Association of Iowa. Mrs. Bert Fuchsen has returned home from Palo Alto Memorial hospital where she had been a patient since Dec. 28 when she fell in her home and broke her right hip. Mrs. Arnold Zinnel had major surgery Tuesday at Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Ed Stattleman fell at her home and broke her hip Feb. 18 and is a patient at Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg. Jane Higgins had surgery on her back Feb. 27 in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Fred Wirtz underwent knee surgery at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Tuesday. Mrs. George (Linda) Bargman will begin work as an operator at the Higgins Beauty shop March 7. Elizabeth Banwart, 8-month old daughter of the Robert Banwart's, is recovering from major surgery at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, Feb. 16, Rev. W. C. Ostermeier had major surgery at Palo Alto Memorial hospital Feb. 27 and is re- recovering satisfactorily. Carole Christensen, daughter of the Frank Christensens and a student at West Bend High School, has been advanced to the finals in the 1967-68 National Merit Scholarship Program. All finalists will be notified of their status in the competition by April LAST 3 DAY THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY MARCH 7-8-9 Thurs. - Fri. - 2 Cofnplete Showings Each Evening Saturday Matinee at 5 P.M. Evening at 7 and 9 P.M. COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents SIDNEY POITIER as the teacher who learns the ABC's from London's turned-on teens! JAMES CUVRL'S I II TO SIR, WITH LOVE" TECHNICOLOR' ADMISSION: Adults - Sat. Mat. $1.25; Evenings $1.50 Children (under 15) - 75c Algona Theatre SATURDAY - SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY MARCH 9 & 10 2 Complete Showings Each Afternoon At 1 and 3 P.M. YOU'LL LOVE BRIGHTY! am THE ADVENTURES AND MISADVENTURES OF A FREE-SPIRITED SHAGGY LITTLE BURRO, A BOY AND A MOUNTAIN LION HUNTER! MARGUERITE \ HENRY ^ Adults-$1.25 - Children (under 15) - 50c SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY - March 10 thru 13 2 Complete Showings Each Evening At 7 and 9PM "FITZWILLY IS HERE" ... wifh all fa w'rHy, I if He tricks... whaf he does would flip the i \Y\ any town i J / Diet van me co-sforrinq BARBARA FELDON "T/f "G£T SMART GAL JOHN McGIVEfc EDITH EVANS Adults - $1.25 - Chidren (under 15) . Algona Theatre

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