The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Sentral School O.K/s Changes. Improvements FENTON — TheSentral Community School Board has hired E.H. Pietseh, Des Motaes consulting engineer, to supervise a heating alteration In the districts Lone Rock grade school building. Plans are to Install an oil- burning boiler. Bids on the installation will be opened by the board July 8. In other board business Mon* .day, contracts were offered to secretaries, bus drivers, cus- todtans «««l rooks of the dis. estinghouse VALUE SPREE '65 FAMOUS ONCE-A-YEAR NATIONWIDE SALE! — HEAVY DUTY LAUNDROMAT WASHES • 4 Pre-tet Wash Programs • Two Deep Rinses • 5 Position Water Saver • Glint Capacity washes 12-pound load or more LTF 070 218 15 WITH THADt NEVER DEFROST AGAIN! SPECIAL PRICE '239 95 WITH TRADE RIP 44 FUST-FREE "NEIEICU" IEFIIGERATOR H "Colder Cold" cooling In both Refrigerator and 119-lb. Freezer sections • Full-width Vegetable Crlsper, holds 2/3 bushel of vegetables • Full-width, Full-depth Shelves • Handy Butter Keeper Designed for E-A-S-Y COOKING AND CLEAN-UP NAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGE • King-size oven • Eye-glance Controls • Full Coll Heating • Lift-out Oven Door • Two-step Timer ONLY I 178 as WITH TM0I BEAT THE HEAT/ <11Q85 • • ••»«"* • NEMA certified 5,000 BTU Cooling Capacity 1 Install* easily with new ZIP KIT • Operate* on 115 voltJ, Plug* "in like 9 lamp • Choice of settings Include* "high Cool, Night Cook High Fan, Low Fan yoyr Wwtlnghouii Rw" *If 1 S« n . d ' t l» 1n " I the tix to yeu whin In* liw If p»Mi4. you cm N m if it's Wtstinghousi M OWA ELECTRIC trict's three schools. Two changes proposed in the personnel for next year are In the Lone Rock school, where Mrs, Rose Kraft was offered a contract a* head.cook and Mrs. Clarence Kraft would replace Kfty Gettzenauer as secretary. Miss Geitzenauer plans to teach. Plans were made to finish blacktopplng the drive around the high school building and to repair damage caused by frost boils at the entrance to the school. Work will be done this summer. Mrs. Marie Wilson of Elmore will return next year to Instruct elementary art classes one day a week. This will mean a half day in Fenton and a half day in the Lone Rock grade school. A Bluebird school bus body and a Dodge bus chassis are being purchased by the school board. Delivery will be made for the opening of the school year. The bus will replace one driven by Alfred Peterson on a Seneca-Fenton route. Supt. D.G. Keoppel announced that all teaching positions for the Sentral schools are filled with the exception of the Industrial Arts teacher for junior high and high school. Applications will still be accepted for this position. L- Rock Area Church Crowded On Anniversary LONE ROCK - The 90th anniversary of the Immanuel Lutheran church was well attended June 20, with 425 registered guests for the morning service and 355 registered guests'at the afternoon service. Dinner was served at noon and lunch was served after the afternoon services. Rev. A. E. Vehllng Is the present pastor. Guest speakers were Rev. A. F. Otto, Mount Oliver, fll.» Rev. OttoC.Gelsler, Fall Creek, Wise. The organist was George M. Wolter, Waterloo, fll., choir director was M. P. Schormann, principal of Immanuel Lutheran school. - o - SHOWER HONORS A miscellaneous shower was held Sat. afternoon at the Good Hope Methodist church In honor of Mrs. Roger Baker, who was Judy Geitzenauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Fenton. Mrs. Shirley Schultz, Whittemore and Mrs. Alice Loss, Algona, sisters of the bride and groom, poured. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Everett Hanna, Neva Shlpler, Mrs. Arden Hovey, Irene Bjustrom, Irene Holdren, Loretta Broesder, Virginia Wubben, Mrs. Robert Hanna, Mrs. Wm. Champion, Jesse Elmore, Maxine Dittmer, Eunice Rlebhoff, Ruth Harlan, Lois Camp and Mrs. Durwood McArthur, Roger is In the Navy and Is at sea at the present time. - o Jill Blanchard is attending the Presbyterian church camp at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey were Father's Day guests at the Wayne Meyer home, Algona. David Gade and his sister Rachael were Saturday evening supper guests at the A. A. Krueger home as their parents are In northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. Bryan Meyer, Swea City, visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of his grandparents, the A. A. Kruegers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig called on their daughter, Mrs. Dean Jergenson, Algona, Sat. as she recently had surgery. The Clinton Rath family were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, the Renlx Wilsons at Kanawha. NOTICE! Discontinuing All Canvas Heat Houser & Tarp Repair. Will Continue Shoe Repair. — R. H. Borchardt, Fenton DICK'S SHOE REPAIR HAIRSTYLES 0 1 |U| u EAUTYFUL vacation FOR TRUE LOVELINESS . , Let Our Expert Operator* Give You That Lift Which Come* Only With Good Styling. Permanent* Hair Color Hair Trim* Hair Styling Damaged Hair Treatment* LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOICT INSURANCE Ftnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Ftnton, Iowa Dr. E, W. Ruske OINTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales 4 Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Real iiot* Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service phonj 333 Ftnton, Iowa Thursday, June 24, 196$ Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Molntt-9 • New North Iowa Queen Still Can't Believe It! sss Marilyn Alt, 17-year-old Sentral high school girl, crowned Queen of the North Iowa Band Festival, last week, to reign for one year as Miss North Iowa, just can't believe It - even eight days after the event. Until Just a couple of weeks ago, Miss Alt was a senior at Sentral High School. She was graduated among the top six in her class. The 17-year-old, brown-eyed brunette played clarinet In the school band and was a majorette in the marching band. In high school, she also was a cheerleader, coedltor of the school paper, an alternate for Girl's State, a member of the Student Council and a Sunday school teacher. The title of Miss North Iowa was the third crown to grace the head of Miss Alt In the last year. She was chosen homecoming queen at Sentral her senior year and last summer at Swea City.was chosen queen of the Junior Fair and Field Days. Deloris Sorenson, Miss North Iowa of 1964, who placed the regal garbs on Miss Alt Tuesday evening also crowned her In the event at Swea City last summer. Miss Alt will return to Swea City In July to crown the new queen of the Fair and Field Days. The new queen plans to attend a six-month course in Medical Assistant's School in Minneapolis, beginning later this month, then hopes to work in a clinic or doctor's office. Her interest In such a career stems from working In Dr. W. W. Jolly's office at Fenton last year, she said. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, who farm hear Fenton. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, also live at Fenton and all were at the stadium to see their daughter and granddaughter honored. It was from her grandmother Krause that she learned her Indoor hobby of embroidering. Her biggest Interest In outdoor activities Is swimming - "and some day I hope to learn to water ski," she added. In addition to her many titles and scholastic achievements, Miss Alt also can boast that she was a member of Sentral's girl track team wltlch twitte won the state championship. Her specialty was with the shuttle hurdle relay unit, also twice state champion. Marilyn was the second member of the Alt family to compete for the Miss North Iowa title. Five years ago, her sister Kathy, 'aow married and living in Fenton, was a candidate under the Sentral High School banner. ,DeU Marlow, the Marlyn Bailsman family, Wilton Junction, and Mrs. Ann Kortum, Chicago, went to Loveland, Colo. Friday to attend the wedding of Shirley Jeanne Arns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arns, who was married to William Belmeas. Miss Arns is Mr. Mallow's granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona, were Sunday supper guests of the Melvin Meyers, Swea City, in honor of Father's Day and also for their son David's 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nes- wold, Britt, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, and Will Christenson were Sunday dinner guests of the E. A. Lees. SENECA iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch took their daughter, Bonnie, to Sioux City, Monday where Bonnie made out her schedule of study for fall enrollment at Morningside College. Albert Johnson moved recently from his farm home northeast of Seneca to a home at Swea City. The Joe Culbertsons have moved to the Johnson farm and the Larry Paulson family who have been living in the Lone Rock area have moved into the house on the farm vacated by the Culbertsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg were Sunday dinner guests of the Henry Langes, Thompson, Their son, Dennis, is attending Bible camp at Ingham Lake this week. August Nelson is carrying his right arm in a sling as the result of an injury to his shoulder in a fall while fishing last weekend. Mr, and Mrs. David Looft and sons attended a family gathering at the Glenn Hoppe home, rural Truman, Sunday in observance of Father's Day, Mary Hantelman of Fenton visited Shirley Osborn at the Leona Osborn home Saturday evening, AUTO-GYRO Ray McGraw of Manchester is building an experimental auto- gyro plane at home which, when licensed to be "air-worthy", will fly aj 45 miles per hr. with a top speed of 90. McGrath has made the entire wing-less craft, engine, propeller, rotor blades using wood, reinforced with steel, fiberglass and four cylinder, two cycle engine. Cuban Refugee To Teach, T-Rivers Twin Rivers high will have a Cuban refugee teacher for Spanish next fall. Enrique Bazan is one of 15 such teachers now attending the University of Iowa summer institute for teachers who have been assigned to positions next fall. The teachers arrived in Iowa City June 7,'for eight weeks of preparation. They came from Miami, Fla. 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This being on this year's assessments. Check your receipts and if you have not already filed with your Assessor, you should do so at once. SOLDIERS' EXEMPTION MUST BE FILED EACH YEAR If during the past year you have sold realestate on which you claim Soldiers' Exemption and have acquired other real estate and desire to claim exemption on personal property or on moneys and credits, please notify the County Assessor by July 1st, 1965. If you have moved from the town or township in which you claimed Soldiers' exemption or Homestead Credit last year, please notify the 'County Auditor or County Assessor of this change so that you will re- seive your exemption or credit. The County Auditor's Office or the County Assessor's Office will be glad to give any other information regarding these exemptions or credits. LEO IMMERFALL, Assessor KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA

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