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May 14, 1964
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Ortman Hotel I o, erside Methodist church. On Friday evening, May 8th, Has New Ownersl 00ev Albrecht brought the film of the Rose Bowl parade. All isota"s mad"--'k-Cjo.']present agreed that it was One of Can beautiful and thanks to Rev. businesses changed hands dur- g the past two weeks when Ed Kllnkel, due to reasons of health, sold his portion of the capital stock in the Ortman Hotel Corporation to Dr. Den- nis Ortman. The stock owned by the Emil Ortman Estate was purchased by Dr. Noah Ortmanl in part of the same transactiofi, The new owners took over active management of the Hotel on May first and Darrell Monroe will direct operations. No major change in personnel is contemplated. NOTICE OF CHANGE---- Spring Valley Baptist Church Services: Due to the Baccalureate ser- vice for the graduating class at the Seminary in Sioux Falls, the worship service here wlil begin at 9:00 o'clock with Sun- day SChool at 10:00 A.M. There will be no evening sr- vice. The baccalaureate service will be at Trinity Baptist Church at 10:45 and the commencement service will be at the First Bap- tist Church at 2:45 P.M. CANISTOTA COMMUNITY HOME NOTES: May 1st turned out to be a very pleasant day for most of our guests. Filled May Baskets were given by Mrs. Bonnie Fis- cher and Mrs. Harry Schnose; May poles and filled baslets from the Gingersnaps 4-H club; Filled baskets from Mrs. Chas. Helfinstine and Mrs. Vern Knox. Thanks to all of you, from all of us. Thank you to the McCook county extension clubs for a large quantity of home-made cookies. 6 metal waskebaskets from the Jolly Timers extension club and accept our thanks for them. On May 3rd we celebrated the birthday of our guest, Mrs. C. DeVrles. Sunday, May 3rd, a large crowd attended church services with us with Rev. Lounsbury as minister, a sacred concert by a quartette of young men of the Church of God in Marion, was greatly enjoyed by those pres- ent and we hope they will come again. Cookies and coffee were Albrecht for bringing the flhn to our home. On Mother's Day a very large crowd attended our usual church services conducted by Rev. Gist. Near noon the sixth grade Sunday Scllool class and their teacher, Miss Thiele, gave a splendid program of songs and music and speeches, and presented us with a large box of cookies and each lady guest with a paper carnation. After the church services the ladies of the local Methodist church served cookies and cof- fee. The music was furnished by the Junior choir and a mix- ed quartette from the Salem Methodist church. We wish to thank the Emil Harms family for the Memorial glft of $1.00. New guests in our home are: Mrs. Ann Lange, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bender and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnett. HOSPITAL NOTES George Friese was released from Sioux Valley hospital at Sioux Falls Monday, May 4th. Mrs. Frank Mammenga ws admitted to Community hos- pital at Freeman Friday. Mrs. Herbert Deuchars enter- ed Community hospital at Free- man Monday. Births--- A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuerst, (Judy Parry) at Community hospital at Freeman Thursday, May 7th. She weighed 7 lbs., 4 ozs. They named her Angela Jo. A son was born to M/Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil Hurry (Veronica Wingert), who are stationed In Germany, Wednesday, April 15. He weighed 8 lbs., 6 ozs. They named him Mark Daniel. CANISTOTA TIES FOR SECOND PLACE HONORS (Continued from page one) Freeman; 3. Wayne Wingate, Marion; 4. Lyle Gillen, Hum- boldt; 5. Chester Hedges, Free- man. 20-5. High hurdles: 1. Dennis Heet- land, Montrose; 2. Dewayne Luke, Marion; 3. Bruce Preheim, Marion; 4. John Kirchner, Can- istota; 5. Arnie Koolstra, Salem. :18.6. 100 dash: 1. Don Russell, Marion; 2. Wes Tschetter, Bridgewater; 3. Frank Konda, I sMORGASBORD SUNDAY, MAY 17 Serving will be from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in St. Mary s High School Auditorium. Featuring Turkey, Ham and Bee! il u ,,, , . _: .......... . ..................... PLAN NOW TO PUT UP A PERMAN00ff POLE TYPE Haj Sterage and Feeding Shed * _!3' to 17' High Storage--either clear span or center poles. Wide Overhang--adequate to protect cattle while eating. Less initial investment with this type of building. 4-4.4-+.4..-+ . Protect that first crop of hay and see us now! -P+.-O.PO,b+g Canistota Lumber C0. Home Owned -- Home Operated Doug Fligge, Mgr, Phone AX 6-3132 CANISTOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA Marion; 4. Bob Lindbloom, Can- istota; 5. Dick Ellis, Humboldt. :11.6. Mile run: 1. Mike Debates, Montrose; 2. Terry Hagin, Brid- gewater; 3. Larry Holland, Montrose; 4. Mike Gordon, Montrose; 5. Steve Schweitzer, Freeman. 5:00.4. 880 relay: 1. Marion (Frank Honda, Rich Becker, Jim Ensz, Don Russell); 2. Freeman; 3. Canistota; 4. Humboldt; 5. Sa- lem. 1:39.7. 440 dash: 1. Tim Sorenson, Freeman; 2. Dallas Preheim, Freeman; 3. Mike Fendrick, Humboldt ; 4. Bob Goossen, Marion; 5. Bob Olson, Spencer. : 56.4. Low hurdles: 1. Frank Kon- da, Marion; 2. Dennis Heetland, Montrose; 3. Dewayne Luke, Marion; 4. Tony Dantels, Hum- boldt; 5. Richard Tiahrt, Mar- ion. :23.3. 880 run: 1. Mike Fendrick, Humboldt; 2. Bill Cooper, Can- lstota; 3. Terry Hagin, Bridge- water; 4. Mike Gordon, Merit- rose; 5. Mike Knox, Montrose. 2:08.7. Medley relay: 1. Marion (Rich Bec .r, Arlen Epp, Jim Ensz, Hen Burge); 2. Freeman; 3. Canistota; 4. Montrose; 5. Hum- boldt. 4:07.5. 220 dash: 1. Don Russell, Marion; 2. Jim Driscoll, Hum- boldt; 3. Lyle Gillen, Humboldt; 4. (tie) Frank Hofer, Bridge- water and Lenny Griffith, Merit- rose. :24.2. Mile relay: 1. Canistota (Dick McKay, Larry Wltkop, Bill Cooper, John Kirchner) ; 2. Humboldt; 3. Freeman; 4. Brid- gewater; 5. Salem. 3:53. Freshman 100 dash: 1. Dale Goertz, Freeman; 2. Leroy Lueth, Humboldt: 3. Lon Well- and, Canistota; 4. Jim Nelson, Marion; 5. Ed Munce, Hum- boldt. :12.3. Freshman 440 relay: 1. Mar- ion (Les Wachgndorf, Paul Jen- sen, Jim Nelson, Dennis Ties- zen); 2. Salem; 3. Humboldt; 4. Freeman; 5. Bridgewater. :52.0 Freshman shot put: 1. Jim Nelson, Marion; 2. Kenroy Wal- ter, Bridgewater; 3. Jon Linde- kugel, Spencer; 4. Hen Wentzel, Marion; 5. Randy Ward, Spen- cer. 34-4. Local Items .... Mr. and Mrs. Ronnle Blank- artz and family bf Luverne, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. James Pollmann and Julie of Baltic; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Addy and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lind- bloom and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nielsen were visitors in the John Tarrell home Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Duane McKay and Debbie were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bellack at Salem Sunday. Frank Mammenga was a Sat- urday dinner guest in the George Mammenga home. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Merritt vis- ited in the Bill Merritt home at Sioux Falls Friday evening. MAIL TRUCK ROLLS OVER IN DITCH TUESDAY Te mail truck from Hartford at carries the mail to Can- istota on the Star route rolled on its side just west of John Matthaei's driveway on the oll road west of town Tuesday. Extensive dmage was done to the truck. J The dri(vdr apparently went off the shoulder on the south side of the road and in at- tempting to pull it back onto the road the vehicle careened across the highway into the north ditch and rolled. The truck was coming into Canistota with the 5:00 o'clock mail. The driver and the owner's wie, who was a passenger in the truck, were badly shaken up and bruised. Highway Patrol- man Gallipo investigated the mishap. LOCAL ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kost- both and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kostboth were din- ner guests in the Carl Kostboth home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kostboth, Jr. and Jlmmle of Sioux Falls were supper guests that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger McIntyre and Mrs. Albert McIntyre and Dorothy and Audrey visited in the Mrs. Viola Miller home Sat- urday forenoon. Mrs. Wayne Williamson and children of Mitchell were Sat- urday overnight and Sunday guests of Mrs. Anna Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Halgerson and Sheila were also Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Merritt were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson and family at Mitchell. Visitors in the Mrs. Minnie Korkow home Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Larson, Mrs. Ralph Larson, Mr. and Mrs. John Korkow and Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Korkow and Mary, Susie and Jimmle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lindbloom, Billy Korkow and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Koepp and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weber of Bridgewater and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Schroeder of Alex- andria were dinner guests Sun- day in the Ralph Weber home in honor of the First Commun- ion of their son, Ricky. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tarrell and family, Mrs. Lyle Jorgen- son and family and Mrs. Kelth Hinrichs and family visited in the E. E. Spicer home Mother's Day. Supper guests in the Dr. Start Weiland home Tuesday were Dr. and Mrs. Ervin Ortman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Marquardt land family spent Sunday after- noon with the Allen Huber family at Parkston. Mr. and Mrs. George Bueh- I ner were dinner guests of Mr. !and Mrs. Luverne Buehner at See the Canistom Clipper for Stanley Corner Mother's Day. A-I Job Frinting! ; Mrs. Arnold Tieszen and Mrs. Two prime Candidates for the )RT SHAVE NEW 4 I FLOATING-HEAD  I::=EED,HA VEI. 30 WITH ROTARY BLADES Most comfortable way to shave close, clean. Reason: rotary blades stroke off whiskers. No other 8having method gives The Comfort Shavel 'floating.Heads' swivel to fit the face. Rotary blades of surgical steel ere self.sharpening. Adapts to world-wide use. 110/220 volts (AC/DC). 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Guests in the Joe aome Mother's Day were and Mrs. James Pollmann Julte of Baltic, and Mr. Mrs. Ronald Blankartz Iamily of Luverne, Minn. NOTICE Our Annual Cemetery Meeting Will Be MONDAY, MAY 18TH At 12:45 P. M. In The Canistota City Hall CANISTOTA CEMETERY ASS'N. BUY where you It actually pays to spend your money i where you live--in your own CommunitY. Local dollars, local prosperity makes your comnmnity a better place. This bank is also interested in your financial progress, and welcomes every op' portunity to be of service to you. *MAY we look forward to your coo alien in patronizing our local merchants! o0o Bank With Security --:-- Security State B Phone 296-3261 Canistota, S. Dak.