Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1967 · Page 2
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i—Alton* (lowi) Advene* MONDAY, JULY 10, 1967 •*•*•••••••••••• 10 * 20 - 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days July 15, 1947 Patricia McEnroe, graduate student at Northwestern university, Chicago, was heard in a radio broadcast from an pictured "in todays Advance Jack Rain, John Frederick Potter, Francis, Dorothy and Jimmy McEnroe, Margaret Anne Beardsley, Dick Norton, Teddy-Bob Chrischilles, Eleanor Payne, Elizabeth, Jane and Josephine Nugent, and Patrick McEnroe. July 16, }957 The Humboldf-Airiine Industrial club will present Lewis Andersen, of the Ellsworth College at Iowa Falls, in "The Artist and His Materials", at a Silver Tea August 7 at the Congregational church. Andersen's art has been shown at the Nelson Art Galleries in Kansas City and the Associated American Artists in New York. His presentation will consist of a combination of demonstration, exhibits and a lecture. The Algona Boy Scouts are Evanston, 111., station, on Fri day. Miss McEnroe is a mem ber of Northwestern's women's chorus, and that group presented the program. Miss McEnroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe will complete her master's degree in public school music. D. L. Leffert has sold his flour and feed store to W. C. Taylor and sons. The Taylors own the new farm implement building just north of the tor. with part of the group from the Fort Dodge Prairie Gold Area Council that attended the 1957 Scout Jamboree held at Valley Forge, Penn. The picture was taken at the Senate steps of the Capitol in Washington, D. C. The boys pictured from this area arc Robert Percival, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Percival and Ronnie Tschetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tschet- flour and feed building. Mrs. Russell Hardgrove gave a party Sunday in cele- Bless Rusk used over $12 worth of Cologne to make his ad smell "purity" in last bration of her son Bobby's weeks Advance. . . the sweet birthday. Bobby is 11 years smelling stuff was sprayed old and guests were Stephen into the flower in his ad with Kenefick, Dick Streit, David a fly-sprayer and three or Bcrrie, Mason City, Joe Bahm, four of the Advance staff took St. Benedict, James Amon, turns pumping it onto the Tommy Buscher, Gerald Er- paper. pelding, John Hardgrove, Craig Smith, Frank Rueb Ralph Hardgrove, Fort Dodge, and Dave Everds led the first and Gary Frankl. round winners Sunday in the Old Romans originated the annual Algona Club Champ- practice of kissing to find ionship golf tournament. With out if their wife had been one of the best fields in his- sipping wine. It is now used tory competing, the meet will by wives to find out of the wind up late in August. old man has been nipping. Sister M. Benedict, daugh- Shows how times have chang- tor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ed. Hodgepodge column, July R. Kollasch, pronounced the 15, 1947. final V ows of religious profes- Nmete«n beginners com- sion at St. Benedict's convent Linda Lockwood married Lone Rock — Linda Lou Lockwood, daughter of the Alwin Lockwood, Lone Rock, and Oscar John Froehlich, son of Mrs. Evelyn Frochlich and the late Francis Froehlich, Algona, were married at the St. Benedict Catholic church at 10 a.m., nuptial high mass, June 24. Father Nicholas Ruba officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Don Froehlich, Sioux City, was matron of honor and Margia Froehlich, sister of the groom, bridesmaid. Paula Lockwood, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. gona, and Tom Froehlich, brother of the groom. Ushers were Lee Froehlich and Kenny Arndorfer. Music was by the St. Benedict church adult choir accompanied by Mrs. Bob Eischen. A dinner was held for 150 at the Algona Country Club at 12:30 p.m. Cindy Lockwood had the guest book, and gift openers were Judy Thompson, Darlene Heinrich, Algona and Andrea Stefanski, Mankato, Minn. After a trip to Minneapolis, they will live on a farm six . . , — -- --- — --- ------- .~w ««„...„..,. tjl nj«-.| vr ao j utiivsL k/i i\4v.oiiit*ivj. LI ICV Will I IV" Ull a pleted a swimming course at in Madison, Wis. Sister Bene- The bride's personal attend- miles east of Algona and S n 3fvT RoH U r n? f? * A" g f aduatc ° f PrCSe "' ant was InCZ Hannover - ^ She is a 1965 graduate of ana will qualify for Red Cross tation Academy. gona ~ ...... beginners swimming certifi- The Bancroft city council Don Froehlich Sioux City cates. They arc Sharon, Shir- hired an engineering firm a brother of the groom was ley and Carol Callies, liton- week ago to draw up prelim- best man and groomsmen Ka, Margaret, Geraldme Joe inary plans for a municipal and Jim Guy, Betty and 'lorn- swimming pool here. It was Asa, Ellen Lundh, Jean estimated were Lloyd Schilmoeller, Al- Sentral high school, Fenton, and has been employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines. He graduated from Garrigan high school and'is farming. the DrOieCt Will Champion, Suzanne Stokka, cost about $50000 and will "•"""""""•i" ...... imiiniiHiniiiHinniniNmiiiinniiiii ....... i ..... MM ....... i ....... HIM ............... muim ...... HMIMMMUMIHIMMMIMMMI hitch when P ullin g heav y Anderson, Earl Kvamsdale, Richard Metcalf, Ronald Nel- be paid for by general obli- loads - A- high hitch can cause Wayne Thompson, Robert .son, /Vrland Benschoter, Pete gation bonds with a tax levy tractor to tip over backwards, Lundquist Sam Heathershaw; Miedke, Gerald Ludwig and of about 4 mills per year for crushing the driver. Keep drums, Curtis Kluger and Phil Anderson. Their instruc- 20 years protective shield over power Richard O'Green. Appearing tor is Pat Seeley, lifeguard at A full page was devoted tak e-pff to prevent loose with the group will be Mike the Algona pool. to Safety tips on how to stay ? lo thing from getting caught Reynolds, Estherville, well Play for the club champion- alive and healthy while m . it- 4i S . top ^fore entering known twirler who has won ship at the Algona Country farming "The business of highway from farm driveway various state and national Club opened this week and farming is a dangerous one" or crossroad - If y°" u ve in a awards. those in the championship reported Claude C Stubble hilly area > carr y a hi S h From " A Ful1 Measure" by flight are John Haggard, chief safety engineer for Mu- mounted flag on the tractor. Mary Staudt, County Exten- Francis Bunting, Joe Lynch, tual Service Casualty Insur- Follow your state regulations sion Home Economist comes Sr., Chuck Cretzmcyer, Way- ance Co. Accidents involving for tractor lighting. 5. Slow these noteworthy suggestions: * Officer! for St. Joe K.C. are installed St. Joe — Knights of Columbus met Wednesday evening following the 8 o'clock Mass at St. Joseph's church. Installation of officers was held, with District Deputy, John Rooney, Algona, installing officer. Officers for the coming year are Rev. L. C. Schumacher, Chaplain; E. M. Gales, grand knight; Irvin Metz, deputy grand knight; Bernard Streit, chancellor; Sylvester Wagner, warden; Mark Thilges, recorder; Francis Bormann, treasurer; Joseph Sinnewell, Financial Secretary; Daryl Baker, Advocate; Thomas Bormann, Lecturer-General Chairman; George Wagner, inside guard; Wilfred Schneider, outside guard; Trustees, Milford Pla- the.s, Raymond Kohlhaas and John Capesius. Irvin Mertz received the Jackpot and Joesph Sinnewell the attendance prize. DATE FAMILY REUNION Catholic Daughters of America and Knights of Columbus annual family picnic will be held on St. Joseph's grounds Sunday, July 16. Following the picnic dinner, games and a fun afternoon is planned. In charge are the Milford Plathes, Daryl Bakers, Orville Wagners, Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas, Mrs. John Altman, Howard Kohlhaas, Gerald Girres and Luke McGuire. ACHIEVEMENT DAY Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 and 2 4-H clubs will hold their Achievement Day and Mother-Daughter Tea July 29 in St. Joseph's School Hall. The Riverdale Rustlers will have their annual family picnic Sunday, July 30. The K. L. Kohlhaases, Ed Bormanns and Kenneth, the Cletus Chicoines, George Hams and son, St. Paul and Dean Dodds family, Algona were Sunday evening supper guests at Raymond Kohlhaas's. The Raymond Kohlhaas's .and Marvin and Allan went to the Twin Cities oft Wed- ne»day afternoon and were meet* *t the George's in St. Paul and attended the Twins and Yankee bill game in the evening. Janet Reding, Colorado Springs, Colo., daughter of the Harold Fedings, is arriving Saturday for a week visit with relatives and friends. The Lee Nepples and Michael, Iowa City, were weekend visitors with Mrs. Nepple's parents, the Orville Wagners. trained in the preparation of military records and forms. R ATTINO LUNCH COURSE AT IOWA STATE Mrs. Josephine Kunkel, stetafit manager at the gotii high school annex school lunch program recent- p ly returned from attending a one-week school lunch short course at Iowa State University, Ames. A total of 149 school lunch cooks attended Mrs. Robert AndersonT Ash- from different parts of the land, Ohio, came Monday to her parents, the Orville Wag- until ~ ~~ AT NATURALIZATION Mr. and Mw. WUHs W«hr- *t>an, visiting in WhittemOrt, were in Sioux City, June 27, where their adopted twin daughters, Leah and UN were naturalized. The Will Laucks, who served as witnesses and Mr. Wettnpan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspan, all of Whtttemorc accompanied them. Willii Wehrspan, in service, is sU- tioned at Camp Zama, Japan, where he will return following his furlough. *+ ners until Thursday. The Anderson children, Shawn, Amy and Marc, have spent the five weeks with their grandparents. Accompanying Mrs. Anderson and children home was Mrs. Anderson's sister, Barbara Wagner, who plans to stay in Ohio till the first part of August. Enrbute X home they visited and" were ^ Thursday overnight guests of Mrs. Anderson's and Barbara's sister, the Lee Nepples and Michael, in Iowa City. David Bormann, son of the Bob Bormanns, had leg surgery in Iowa City hospital last week. Paul Gales, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gales, had hernia surgery in St. Ann hospital in Algona on Wednesday. Mrs. E. M. Gales, Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and Mrs. Albert, A Thilges were guests Wednes- day evening of Mrs. Clarence Bormann when the Farmer- ette 500 club met. Receiving prizes were Mrs. Delmar Plathe, Mrs. Martin Friders and Mrs. Albert Thilges. Mrs. Martin Friders has the club July 26. Connie Bormann and Ellen Bormann returned from Camp " Benedict, Madison Wis., 1 DIAMOND'S ! MA-HONDA CONTEST In Co-operation With No. lo. Appliance St. where Connie was a counselor Y and Ellen attended camp for V two weeks. Corrine Bormann A is spending two weeks as A counselor at Camp St. Bene- Y diet. The Bormann girls are w daughters of the Clarence A Bormanns. T HONDA SPORT 65 65 cc - retails at $340.00 Will be given away absolutely FREE! DRAWING WILL BE HELD SEPT. 2, Servicemen You'll receive 2 additional coupons with the pur* chase of any Wrangler garment. This includes girls' cut-offs, boys' slacks and jeans, shirts or jackets. AGE LIMIT: 6 to 96 The more often you're in — the more chances to win! ••••••••• CUp and deposit at Diamond'seeeeeeeee% DIAMOND'S FREE HONDA COMPLETES COURSE FT. JACKSON, S. C. (AH- NTC) — Army Private Michael P. Schrauth, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Schrauth, Route 5, Bancroft, Iowa, completed an eight-week administration course at Ft. Jackson, S. C., June 23. He was NAME ADDRESS e e e • •e e Deposit this coupon in drawing box at DIAMOND'S eeeeeeeeei ... " " *< — ..•••. w • • • w ( u*« 11 V*-> 411 *V/A T All£ ne Allen, Al Buchanan, Jon farm residents accounted for Nelson, Bob Reed, Don 12,500 to 15,000 deaths and down when approaching end Before you vacation, give of the field. Many accidents your old luggage new life Before you ^ciauii, uou need, Don 12,500 to 15,000 deaths and UI U1U I1CIU> man y a^aenis your oia luggage new me m •• Smith, Jr., Bob Williams, Hi 1000 000 to 1350 000 iniur- occur because of too much with a coat of wax. Use floor ||| V •• • White, Ted Chrischilles, ics This week'of July 21-27 speed going over the edge of wax, either paste, cream or • af%% A ^••i^ilVfe Clair Blossom, Craig Smith, is National Farm Safety the field into the ditch ' and liquid cleanin g a °d polishing • ^s^ %a^aT I • IT •• Don Smith Sr., and Gene Week and here arc some of overturning. 6. Turn slowly wax. It will protect, as well • ^M W W • • ^M| • • •Murtagh. Mr. Murtagh is the the safety tips presented 1 as fast turns can easilv re ' as add luster to new and old • ^^ > ^^ af defendinc nhmrmirm i^«»« ! , ' Slllt in traptnr tinnincr T*'o \naanao Trmihlnc «rit>i HH AT _ • u 1 •" *iv*vixsnui * Mi. Ill fcw'lGlV Don Smith Sr., and Gene Week and here arc some of , . . •Murtagh. Mr. Murtagh is the the safety tips presented 1 as fa ? 1 turns can easil y re - as add luster to new and old defending_champion, Keep youngsters away from sult in tractor tipping. It's luggage. . . Troubles with good practice to skip rows grass stains? Specialists at when cultivating, to allow for Iowa State suggest if the fabric is washable rub soap or synthetic detergent into the stain. Then wash the garmet. George Boswell is construct- tractor in operation Do not mg a "drive in" curb serv- allow a young farm lad, from ice dinette at the George's 9 years up, to operate a Cafe location on No. 169 at tractor alone in the field 2 the south edge of town. The Shut off enidne when filling wider turns at row-end. Legion members at Swea e wennc n-4i . now curb service will be lo- tractor with gasoHnc f or anv Clt ? '? ave , or S amzed fa cated just west of his cafe in work being £ on' the ™l ^ I>U ? 1C COrpS ° the court formed by the cab- chine. Keep SsoHne supply bugles ,' wo ins of the tourist camp. in the shade to reduce dan , r ' andlas . . , 4 The Hub Clothier, was the gerous vapors and cu down b P I . ng • Sm . 1IeSt " center of two thrilling soft- waste oi "gas through evapor S C ^ team edged out Pioneer, 10-9 and Tuesday's game was interrupted numerous times by arguments and in the final inning, the crowd was milling around the infield before 'they found out that there were only two outs The Plum Creek outfit beat the Hub team 6-5. The annual girl's 4-H club county "rally" and election of officers was held Friday m the Burt high school auditorium and 249 club girls leaders and parents from all 17 clubs were represented A county creed girls contest in which 13 girls participated was won by Beverly Kain who represented the Plum Creek Elite club. Beverly will be an Algona high school senior next year. Newly elected officers were Mary Ann Rust- 'lemier, president, Bancroft Greenwood club, Geraldine Kollasch, vice-president, Fenton Lotts Creek Lassies- Troyce Bruns, secretary Titonka, Valley Victory club; Kathryn Kirsch, historian, Riverdale Rustlers. Retiring officers were Jane Keith, President, Mary Jane Miller Vice President, Betty Jane 'Bormann, Secretary, and Ponna Moore, Historian. From the Twenty Years Ago Column in the July 15 issue of the Advance: Mary Lee Nugent, 6 year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent had given -a birthday party and guests in attendance were Barbara Haggard, Betty and Jean Murtagh, Mary Ellen Worster, Betty Laird, Eleanor Thorpe, ation. 3. se Low aw Jones, Palmer Jensen, Albert Or sponge the stain with alcohol, after you have on the inside edge of a and know alcohol won't affect the fabric dye. Stubborn stains might require treatment with sodium perborate bleach. WHO, ME? 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