Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 27, 1967
Page:
Page 10
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ADVANCE ALMANAC Algona class of 1949 holds reunion ^•^^ J _-^ Je _^u^»^._^ J i»^^_i^^ J ^ J ^aii^-.k^^^ai«M^^a'MMBIiM ((•»•) Atff ^ JULY », ST. ANN BIRTHS July 23 — Mr. and Mrs. Gail Watson, boy, 8 Ib. 4'/fc oz. WEDDING PERMITS Leland G. Grein, Dorothy M. Cogley, both Algona; Thomas E. Cronin, St. Paul, Minn., Mary A. Bradley, Algona. BUILDING PERMITS Paul Carlson, construct home, $18,000; Gerald Frankl, addition to house, $2,000; Algona Community Schools, remodel building, $4,000. ALGONA WEATHER High Low 65 Rain ._ 90 89 92 86 88 88 66 68 66 61 65 61 .05 July 20 July 21 July 22 . July 23 . July 24 July 25 July 26 MAYOR'S COURT Dennis Jerome Richtcr. of Burt, careless driving, $14: Francis Jay Vitzthum, Irvington, improper start, $10; Thomas William Kisch, Bode, failure to have control of motor vehicle, $10; Darrell Jensen, Algona, fighting, $10; Edward Carroll Johnson, Wesley, OM- VI, $500 bond unfurnished. ST. ANN HOSPITAL July 18 — Eugene Wolf, of Bancroft, medical. July 20 — Thomas Trenary, Burt, medical; Mathilda Forsberg, Algona, medical. July 21 — Kenneth Ditsworth, Bancroft, medical. July 23 — Margaret Reese, Algona, medical; Richard Dro- esslcr, Bancroft, medical. July 24 — Elizabeth A. Schenck, Algona, medical; Antoinette Bonnstetter, Algona, medical. July 25 — Patricia Lane, of Algona, medical. NEW VEHICLES Eugene George Hanig, Weiley, Rolite Trav. Trl.; Clifford Walter or Alvira R. Haase, Algona, Sunset Trav. Trl.; Erwtn Leslie Giesking, Titonka, Honda; Arturo Villarreal, Swea City, Honda; Irvin L. Pannkuk, Titonka, Mtrcycle; , Verlc Arthur Nelson, Titon': ka, Mtrcycle; Maurice Peter Laubenthal, Wesley, Ohev. p/u; Albin Fred &/or Helen Ann Kayser, Bancroft, Chev. p/u; Ernie Williams, Algona, Chev. Trk,; Fritz E. Freyholtz, Fenton, Ford p/u; Milford John Plathe, Irvington, Ford p/u; Harvey Carl Lai-- sen, Armstrong, Ford p/u; Elvin Maynard Godfredsen, Armstrong, GMC; Patrick Thomas McGuire, Bode, Chev. p/u; Hazelhoff Mtrs., Swea City, Ford; Vivian Margaret Dutton, Burt, Ford; William Francis Bairetich, West Bend, Rambler; Richard Hodges Thompson, Burt, Ford; Elbert Chev,, Whittemore, Ohev.; Francis, W, or Patricia L. Metzen, Algona, Olds; Ken's Auto Serv., Algona, Plym.; Miles M, or Lucile Janet Sloniker, Plym.; Gerald Patrick Frankl, Algona, Olds; Clinton Burt or Helen Edith Gpdden, Algona, Ford; Carl Lien, Swea City, Merc.; Kenneth Duane or Betty Ann Krantz, Titonka, Olds; Roger Lee Wilhelmi, Bancroft, Chev.; Roger Dean Wilcox, Lakota, Ford; Clifford Warren Anfinson, Wesley, Pont.; Harold C. Gross, Whittemore, Chev.; Marie D. or Henry M. Larsen, Swea City, Dodge; Wayne Herman or Darlene M. Gade, Whittemore, Ford. Ohm family has Fenton reunion PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the Algona high school Class of 1949 who held a reunion last weekend in Algona. They met Friday evening at Charlie's Supper Club for a social hour with friends and faculty and then gathered Saturday evening at the Algona Country Club for a banquet. Toastmaster was class president Jerry Lauritzen. The welcome was given by Dwight Cook, and Bob Donovan gave the response. Speaker for the evening was Bob Sheridan. Wocdy Bowman presented awards. From left to right the members shown above are: Front, seated, Woody Bowman, Cedar Rapids; Maxine Peterson Lashbrook, Emmetsburg; Gerry Haas, Algona; Ruth Spear Thuente, Algona; Junior Segler, Des Moines- Jan Bartholomew Anderson, Algona; Bob Sheridan, Waterloo; Shirley Lee Sargent, Austin, Minn.; Howard Schoby, Latham, Mo.; Dorothy Patton Simpson, Algona; Jim St. John, Algona; Louise Presthus Lashbrook, Mason City " Standing, Bob Mittag, Clara City, Minn.; Dick Taylor, Cedar Rapids; Bill Kuecker, Woolstock; Leila Rutledge Caughey, Spencer; Dwight Cook, Algona- Kent Seeley, Algona; Arlene Hagg Christensen, West Concord, Minn.; Richard Andersen, Alden; Rog Will, Algona; Midge McGuire Kuester, Algona; Jerry Lauritzen, Beaver Dam, Wis.; Vernie Hagg, Bloomington,, Minn.; Charlotte Black Fischer, Whitehall, Mich.; Richard Meyer, Vinton; Bob Donovan, Humboldt; Gretchen Kuchynka Bowman, Algona; Jerry Thuente, Algona; and Cliff Shore, Savanna, 111. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Linda Gardner married Linda Aileen Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gardner, rural Algona, and Dennis Leo Haack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack, wore married July 15 at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran church, lx>tts Creek, The Rev. Arnold Vehling performed the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was Judy Larsen, Nevada, Iowa, and tho bridesmaids were Mrs, Michael Ncurolh, Algona, and Vicky Haase, Burt, cousin of the groom. Marvin Haack, Jesup, was his brother's best man, while Michael Neuroth, Algona, and David Haack, brother of the groom, Lone Rock, served as groomsman. Ushering were Melvin Haase, Burt, the groom's uncle, and Stanley Gardner, Algona, the bride's uncle. A reception in the church Photo by Glenn's Studio basement followed the ceremony. Charlenc McClure had the guest book. Mrs, Stanley Gardner served punch, and Mrs. Mary Denten poured. Bernice Haase and Mrs. Loyd Botcheler cut cake. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hunt. Opening gifts were Mrs. Melvin Haase, Lcona Haase, and Mrs. Allen Bartels. Out of town guests were from Burt, Fenton, Swea City, LaPorte City, Jesup, Minnesota, Titonka, ES'therville, Lone Rock, Sioux Rapids, Cylinder, Spirit Lake, St. Ansgar, Livermore, Fort Dodge, Whittemore and South Dakota. She is a 1967 graduate of the Burt Community high school, and he works at Jack's OK Tire Service, Algona. They are at home in AJgo- n a. Sheriff checks three weekend burglaries here Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst is investigating three break-ins in the Algona area over the weekend. Two of the burglaries occured on Saturday night and the third on Sunday night. The Irvington Elevator was broken into by prying open the front door and a radio, flashlight and several screw drivers and pliers were taken. At the Galbraith store southeast of Algona, the burg-, lars entered through a rear window and took between seven and nine cartons of cigarettes and some beer. They attempted to pry open the door but were unable to do so. The third break-in occured at the concession stand of the Star-Lite Drive-in Theatre Sunday night but only a small amount of change was taken. LINDHORST had some other activity over the weekend. He reported gasoline was taken from a barrel on a farm southeast of Burt and a mailbox on the Gene Rochleau farm south of Algona was shot full of holes over the weekend. Harry Hull, 73, ex-Algonan, dies at Humboldt today for Helmar Norman Services were held Thurs* day (today) at 2:30 p.m. at the McCullough funeral clia* pel for Helmar Norman, 68, who died June 24 at Park hospital, Mason City. The Rev. Robert Loretiz officiated and burial was in the Riverview cemetery, Algona/ Pallbearers we r e Wally Hill, Richard Perry, John Norman, Harold Wibben, LaVerne Risius, and Donald Olin. Helmar A. Norman Was born July 18, 1899 at Prest- holm, Sweden, the son of Nels Norman and Maria Anderson. He married Ella Wibben April 4, 1920 at Algona. Surviving children include Mrs. Marilyn Richman, Algona, and Dorothy, Mrs. Stan Pruitt, Overland Park, Kans. A'brother, Alvin Norman, of Everly, and a sister Mrs. Gertrude Swanson, Omaha, Neb., also survive. Mr. Norman had lived in Algona for 64 years and was in the dry cleaning business. ALGONA THEATRE Thursday thru Saturday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 _ 9:00 "The Trip" 7:30 • 9:30 —Friday * Saturday Matinee Complete Program Begins: 1:00 - 3:00 "Taffy and the Jungle Hunter" 1:30 - 3:30 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00-3:45-6:25-9:10 "Up The Down Staircase" 1:30-4:20-7:00-9:25 —Monday thru Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 6:45 - 9:05 "Up The Down Staircase" 7:00 • 9:20 STARLITE DRIVE-IN —Wednesday and Friday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "Shaggy Dog" 9:25 Graduates JUDY MONGER, daughter of the Robert Mungers, Algona, will graduate Saturday, July 29, from Methodist Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester, Minn. After a vacation she will begin working at the hospital on Sept. 1. Attending the commencement exercises will be her parents, sister and brother, Larry and Debbie, the Neil Colwells, Ames, her grandmother, Mrs. Neva Munger, Spencer, and the Herbert Hedlunds. 9:15 "The Trip" 9:25 "Secret Agent Fireball" 11:20 Wesley Vl«la Studor (Mr. and Mrs. (Marguerite) Wayne Clegg and son Van, of Eaton Rapids, Mich., and Mire. Lee (Carol) Smith, Chilcagio, spent several days over ;the July 23 weekend with their mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and with their sister iMrs. (iDonnelle) Chas. Vestrum and family. Diane Robinson, daughter of Mirs. Vestrum, is employed in a library in Chicago. Tommy SheHeniberg was Absent Minded Professor" brought home Saturday from 11-30 the Britt hospital where he -had been a surgical patient iMrs. Mary Weber and the Ben Webers, Algona, went to —Thursday and Saturday Complete Program Begins: 9'15 — "Absent Minded Professor" Creston for a weekend "The Shaggy Dog" 11:15 The Lou and the Tom —Saturday Midnlte«howonly,i*eigs r *were, Sunday • . * •'--• *•• - •'• •' •. ' *« »*_t_ » •l^lvAAS.tfW* i "Woman Who Wouldn't Die" 1:10 —Sunday and Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 9:15 "Secret Agent Fireball" 9:25 "The Trip" 11:10 —Monday and Wednesday Complete Program Begins: the Bob Lickteigs in The Lou and Albert were Sunday evening of the Tom Lickteigs. The John Thuls, Phoenix, Ariz., were supper guests one day Last week at Clarence GolwiUer's. The women are IMUIIMIIMMMMMMIIIIIMMMIMMIMIIIIHIUMItMIHUIHIMIMMIIMMMIMMUIHMMUHIHIUIMIHIIIIIMIIIIUMIMUIIMIMtMMMIMMIIIIIIIMIIMMIIHIMIM> Attending the Ohm family reunion at Fenton July 9 were the Gordon Ohms and Mike, Avoca; Mrs. Clara Pompe, the R. W. Wetzels, Mrs. Earl Jordon and Mark, Kevin, Christy and Mike, and Marie Ohm Colwell, and Art Reidel, all of Algona; Hilda Walker, Burbank, Calif., Luella Schmidt Green, Whittier, California. The Edward Ohms, Leo Schmidts, Ben Schmidts and Terry, Bob Schmidts and Rodney, Fred chmidts and Jeffrey, Mrs. Bill Buss, an dthe Darrel Schmidts, Mike and Susie,,all of Lone Rock; Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Ohm Dreyer, the Delbert Geitzenauer and Doug, and Nancy Gietzenauer, all of Fenton. The Jack Trunkhills, Scott, Susan, Cathy Trunkhill, and the Martin Meyers, all of Burt; the Harold Zimmer- mans, Joy, Jill and Holly, Whittemore; the Fred Mit- tags, Des Moines; Clarence Zuroachs, West Des Moines; Marvel and Lori Blanchard, Spencer • LOCALS • Recent visitors of the Will Draytons and Dan Fishers were Mrs. Marjorie Howard and daughter, Norma. Mrs. Howard, daughter of the Dray- tons, brought Mrs. Drayton home after a six week visit at her home in Falls Church, Va. Mr. Drayton returned from New Mexico, June 25. He accompanied Mrs. Howard back to Virginia and fle*v home July 20. Leila Richter, granddaughter and niece of the Will Dray- tons and the Dan Fishers flew to Iowa July 16 for a vacation from her work at North American Aviation, Inc. The Fischers and Leila spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. Leila returns to California on July 28. Mrs. Alvin Doeskin, Beverly and Harlan, Clara City, Minn., were Sunday visitors of the Leslie Dentons, rural Algona. Other visitors Monday were his brothers, James Den- ton, Atwater, Minn., and Jerome Dentons, Swea City. Two scholarships are awarded T. M. Ingersoll, attorney in Cedar Rapids, an alumnus of the Algona high school of the class of 1921, has renewed nis contribution for two scholarships for the current high school graduating class of 1967. hey consist of $25 casli prizes to each of two students: Dennis Georg for proficiency in forensic activities such as debate and other speech activities; Kathy Morz for scholarship, she being the valedictorian of the Algona high school class of 1967. Dennis Georg is the son of Mr. and Airs. Ernest Georg, 1226 E. Call, Algona and Kathy is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Walter Morz, 117 N. Ackley, pastor of First Presbyterian church, Algona. Mr. Ingersoll, an honor graduate of his high school class of 1921 and continued his undergraduate, and law training. A former Algonan, Harry V, Hull, 73 of Humboldt, died suddenly of a heart attack Saturday noon at the Sisson nursing home where he had been confined following an auto accident in northern Minnesota in July, 1965, Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Humboldt Methodist church with burial at Mt. Ayr, Iowa. The Hull family lived in Algona for a number of years in the 1930's and early 1940's when Mr. Hull was a bank examiner and later owner of a restaurant. Both he and his son, Harry Hull Jr., were well- known here. After leaving Algona, he operated the Hull's Ready-to- Wear with his wife, Vesper, until their retirement a few years ago. His wife, the son and one daughter, Patricia, Mrs. Robert Fulton of Clinton, survive. FAREWELL PARTY The Four Corner Mother & Daughter club held a farewell party July 20th at 2 p.m., at the Call state park shelter house for Mrs. Robert Pingle, who will be moving soon to Fort Dodge. The program, in charge of Janice Lindhorst and Betty Fisher, consisted of games and contests. Judy Pin-, gle was presented a gift from the club. Lunch of cookies, coffee and lemonade was served. Nineteen members shared the afternoon's festivities. Harriet Benschoter weds imWnWIHMHUUIHHIimilllUIIMUUHniHIIIIUIUIHIIIIIIIinHIIMH Funeral services Friday for Mrs. Schenck NEW "4000" BUSHEL WET HOLDING Harriet Jean Benschoter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hol- li.s Benschoter, rural Algona, and Dennis John Green, son of Mir, and Mrs. Thomas Green, Manhattan, N. Y., were married June 11 at 2:00 p.m. •at the.St. Thomas Episcopal church, Algona. The Rev. Milo Dailey officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. James Park was matron of honor, an dJon Rand, Manhattan, N. Y., was best man. Ushers were James Park, of Iowa City, and Roger Pautz, Iowa City. Mrs. Wilbur Bruner played the organ. A reception was held at the bride's home after the ceremony. Mrs. Allan Christensen had the guest book, while Mrs. Stanley Gardner served punch and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter poured coffee. Mrs, John Wilson, of Burt, and Mrs. Floyd Bode, Algona, cut the cake. Serving as waitresses were Ann Wilson, Ames; Linda Gardner, Algona; Mrs. Allan Bartels, Fayette; and Mrs. Dean Benschoter, Algona. Judy Naylor, Ames, and Mrs. Allan Bode, Iowa City, opened gifts. Out of town guests were from Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Fayette, Burt, Des Moines ty, Fayette, Burt, Des Moines, Am&s, Lone Tree, Minneapolis, Minn., Newark, New Jer* sey, Kalispell, Montana, Bountiful, Utah, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Buffalo and Manhattan, New York. The bride holds a B. A. degree in psychology from the University of Iowa, while the groom holds a B. A. degree in political science from the same school. After a trip to Reno, Nevada, they are at home at 1716 University Avenue, Berkeley, Calif. FOR AL FENSKE OF E1MORE AND AL ERFCLDINO OF AL80NA, IOWA Funeral services will be held at. the McCullough funeral chapel Friday at 10 a.m. for Elizabeth Schenck, 78, who died Monday at St, Ann hospital. Services will also be held at 3 p.m. Friday at Fayelte, with burial in Dunhams Grove cemetery, Fayette. Elizabeth Schenck was born November 13, 1888, the daughter of Egbert and Cora Upton. She had lived 45 years in this community. Children who survive include Jerald Upton Schenck, Sacramento, Calif; Lee LaVerne Schenck, Algona; Paul Edgar Schenck, Houston, Texas; and Raymond Bruce Schenck, Corvallis, Oregon. Surviving brothers and sisters are Louisa Willetts, Marshalltown; Alice McCoy, Washington, D. C.; Harry Upton, Milford; and Henry Upton, of Colorado Springs, Colo. There are also nine grandchildren. Army Nurse 1961 graduate of Knoxvilie high school, Esther A. Brisendine, was prompted to the rank of captain in the Army Nurse Corps in ceremonies July 5 at Pittsburgh, Pa. Capt. Brisendine had spent 9 year in Viet Nam prior to being assigned to central and western Pennsylvania and part of West Virginia. She is a 1965 graduate of the University of Iowa. This is • beautiful structure, but the nicest thing ebout \ it is its ability to held e lot of corn from the corn field to keep the continuous dryers operating night and day, In lerge drying operations if there's corn in one l holding bin, the dryer cen be operated night and day automatically. In both of these installations, large combines will be used in the field end should be eble to furnish mere • corn per hour than the dryer will dry per hour. By running the dryer longer hours, you cen keep up. The l sue of the wet holding bin should be selected to match harvesting rates and drying rates — they come in siies from 1200 - 4000 bu. ( §11 hopper bottomed. For the lotfst in drying and harvesting equipment, See Taylors in Algona — ' Taylor Implement Co. AlOONA, IOWA

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free