Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1967 · Page 2
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10 * 20 • 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days August U, 1947 Btcky, stout-hearted Pomeranian puppy wh'ch last Monday perhaps saved the 1'fe of Patty, youngest daughter of the Les Kenyans ii dead. Less than a week aft or she barked and annoyed a yoU"g bull which escape 1 ! from the fair grounds and made for the Kcnyon's baby's play pen, she was killed. A car ran over her Sunday after noon 'after the ball game at the fairgrounds. The "pup" was a birthdiy gift last year to Sandra Phillips and her birthday jfeslteinjiay would have been much happier if she still had Becky for a playmate. "Hit 'em where they ain't!" This immortal baseball quotation certainly would have dividends to the Algona K. C.'s Sunday aflcrn'jon at the fairgrounds. For the K. C.'s hit the ball all over the park, but ended up with a goose egg for t'^eir afternoon's work. Lotts Creek took the ruVb:r gamo of 'the scries 1 0. It was another sensational pitchers' battle between Don Meyers and Eddie Luedtkc. Labor Day auto races will be held again this year at the fairgrounds under the sponsorship of the Algonia Lions Club. There will be 17 racers here from seven stales and thnlls are a'surcd for spectators. John M. Henry, editor, Des Moines Rcgi t?r and Tribune announced last Thursday that the July medallion given by the Regster and Tribune for ti'.e best stoiy written and prnted in a da'ly or weekly during July by n member of Iowa Press Women had b?ea won by Mrs. H. E. Woodwni d of Wh ttemore for her story headed 'Morticrjn Revives Dead Arm" in the Des Moines Register. Another Ccdur Falls woman was a'so given the same honor as Mrs. Woodward. .; ',. : , Eight boys have signed for membership in a proposed new Cub Sroul pack in Swca City to bs sponsored by Fisher post. The Rev. A. M. Youngquist is to b? Cub Master and Mrs. J. A. Sanftncr and Mrs. Martin Datil are Den Mothers. Sam 'Heather,'h.iw, Hay Smith and Harold Swan son are members of the Legion committee on Cub Activities. A charter will be appl'ed for rs soon as registration is complete. Sign. ed up now are Johnny Sanft- ner, Donald Youngquist, Kenneth Roleite, Donald Johnson, George Heatihershaw, Ronald Funderburk, Dick Dahl, and Billy Christcnsen. The Kossuth county fair ended its three day run Friday niilgftt and despite extremely hot days that should have cut attendance and the preceding weeks of blistering weather which bligh. 'd some of the exhibit?, it was considered a fine fair. Total gate admissions were 8,200 against 8,500 last year. Angelina Foertsch accompanied the Matt Kellneis, Woden, to Milwaukee to sea the eldest Kellner daughter, Mary Ann, receive the black veil on August 12 at the St. Francis of Assisi convent. Tlio Kellners are residents of Wesley. Returning to the land of his birth after an absence of 27 years is Ole Kvamsdale of Swea City. Mr. Kyamsdalc left last Wednesday night on his first lap of a trip to his old home in Norway. From New York, Mr. Kvamsdale sailed on the steamer Stavanger- fjord to make a direct crossing to Bergen, landing August 31. The ship is a Norwegian steamer. From Bergen to Mykmg Post which is MV. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fanton, low* Exp*ri«nc«d Embalmtri and Funtral Dirtctori 14 Hour iirvlff Algona's "b/inc/ cottier J_A»f*rt* (ItwiJ AlfeMt* MONDAY, AUQ. M, <H7 86th birtMiy is observed at OttoseR i hobby show Sept. 7, in the Commerdtl club building in IEGALNOIICE5 PICTURED ABOVE is one of the cars which was involved in an accident Tuesday after* noon which caused an estimated $1,400 total damages to the two cars involved. The accident occurred near the intersec tion of Phillips and McGregor streets and involved autos driven by Karen Lierley, 19, Algona, and Greg Charles Fox, 17, Algona. The Lierly auto was going north on Phillips and had signaled for a left turn when it was struck from the rear by htc Fox auto. Miss Licrlcy complained of a neck whiplash injury. The Fox Chevrolet which is shown above had complete front end damages totaling $1000, while the Lierley Mercury had complete rear end damage totaling $400. Fox was charged by investigating police with following too closely. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. 111111111111 HUM ti.iiiiiiiiiiiiilliiliHiililiim iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiM.iiiiiniliiiiiHililiiniilH ,,,mil»inimmm.HiiMimmM.i»n IHIIIIM n,ra.m.Hi.«i. iimmmim i • Kvnmsdale's native village and only a short distance from Bergen. Mr. Kvamsdale will be gone four months. Th« M. J. Straits antortain- ed Sunday at a dinner party honoring the birthdhy's of their son Charles and his maternal grandmother Mrs. Martin Coonan of Emmotsburg. August 27, 1957 by Duane Dcwel. Printed in Readers Open Forum. Dear Mr. Dewel: The members of the First Methodist Church join me in saying "thank you" to you and the Algona merchants who make possible the series of Religious Messages currently being printed in the Advance. These messages do much to turn out attention • to the re- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson were dinner guests in tine 'home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and fanvly, Mr and Mrs. Merwin Brso.v and Paul of Irvington, Lavanit Moore and girls and Leona Haase attended a pot luck picnic dinner at the Claire Moores of Dolli- Pictured in today's issue of the Advance was Postmaster W. VV. Sullivan pre-enting Citation awards to Don Smith and Glen Ranye. The awards were presented from the department for more than 40 years of service. Mr. Smith retired last December and Mr. Rancy rcilired the past July. Grant township high school will trot open (his year and part of the 19 st.idcnlts will go to Swea City high school . as tuition students and the others to Ledyard. The Grant grade school will operate as usual. Dr. Victor Wayne Bolie, formerly of Burt will be associate professor of electrical engineering at Iowa State College. For five years Dr. Bolie 'has been employed at the Collins Radio Co. jn .Cedar Rapids. Dr. Bolie is the son of Chris Bolie of Burt and was graduated from Bii'rt High School in 1941. Forty-one prospective Algona high school football players checked out equipment last Friday and began grid drills Saturday as the Bulldogs began preparations fdr the 1957 season. The number was the largest group to answer the first call in many years and more boys are ex- pcotcd in the next few days Back will be ton lettermen including Jim Cowan, Jim Anderson, Francis Bjustrom, Neuk Col well, Howie Funk, Jerry Rupp, Larry Hutzcll, Dave Richardson and Gary Jennings. For the first time in the 19 year history, Algona won tho Iowa Great Lakes golf tournament held this year at Es- tiherville. A 12 man local team edged out Cherokee by two strokes 813-815 Sunday. Pacing the local linksmen were Dave Everds and Dr. Harold Erickson wi'h 76's. Otiher golfers to attend the meet were Pete Langmack, George Duvall, Gene Hoenk, Jon Nelson, Frank Moult on, Oraiy Smith, Dr. J. B. Harris, Jerry Ferris, Julie Chrischilles and Don Canning. "Wonder if that fellow who went up 100,000 feet saw anything of (lie cost of living up there?" from Hodgepodge ligious and the spiritual em- ver Sunday. phasis in modern living. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schramer my sincere appreciation to sincere appreciation your staff in printing the weekly announcements and articles of religious interests from this and other churches. Very sincerely yours, Newton M. CougJienour, Minister. James J. Duffy, son of the Lewis Duffy's of Whittemore of Cannelton, Indiana, a nephew and a sister, Mrs. Stewart Ramsey of Tele City, Indiana came to visit Tom Trenlary who is in the St. Anm Hospital. Tom is getting along albout the same. Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel and The Leo foftebefgs ind •MM' Mid. Mrs. Jack stttok* find afid Bitty Wetit Oil j damping dip in Minnesota tot t week. They left August 5 for Mittona Lake, Minnesota. On the llth they stayed over night with her brother, Norman Mintz, Wheaton and rev (turned home the following day, Kristi Klemme, daughter of the Howard Klemmes, New Providence, stayed with the Allan Wehrspanns while her parents and sister Susan took a ten day trip to Expo 67 and Niagara Falls. The Kletnthas reutrned Sunday and stayed overnight with the Wetir- spanns. After helping' Mrs. Klemme's grandmother, Mrs. Gunda Etiockson celebrate 'her birthday, the Klemmes returned to their home. Last week the Gerald Hoffmans went on a vacation to Duluth, Minn. IN TMI DISTRICT COURT Of TMI ITATI OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN TMI MATTIR or TNI ISTATI or Henry A, Nelson Deeeoscd. Probate No. 9176 NOTICE Of PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF HENRY A. NELSON Deceased. You are hereby notified that on the IOth day of August, 1967, the last will and testament of Henry A. Nelson deceased bearing date of the 24th day of December, 1963 was admitted to probate in the above named court and that El wood Nelson was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said wilt must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to - said estate arc requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above 93S City. Mo. The past tWO law, duly'authen^c J ated! 1S for' r aHowance; Ottoten — Mrs. Gunda Etiockson had her 86th MlUi' day August 14 and a pot luck supper was held at the Trinity Lutheran church in Ottosen. Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann baked a cake. Present were the Roy Enocksons, Oscar Opp edahls and Ronnie, Irving Globstads, Arlan Jacobson, James Jacobsons, Lou's Jacobsons and Ralph Jacobsons and Allan Wehrspann!-. From out of town were the Lowell Shelgrens, Gilmorc City, Merlin Andersons and Jim, Humboldt, Howard Klenv mens and Susan and Kristi, New Providence and from Fort Dodge Were the Palmar Enocksons and Stephen, who is in the U.S. air force and on his way to Anchorage, Alaska. JACOBSON REUNION The Joe Jacobson reunion is held annually on the second Sunday in August at Beeds Lake near Hampton. This year 78 attended. Present from here were the Earl Olsons and Darrel Jones family. Others came from Harlan, Bra dgalte, Livermore, Ufban- dale, Indianola, Bode, Muscatine, and Des Moines, and from Rochester and Byron, Minn., and Kansas City. Mo. Coming the longest distance were the Joe Jacobsons, Kan- BoirrJ wiH meet it DM Moiiws, fowl, on Thursday, S«t**nv bef 7,19«7 ( to weave bHU oft 600,000 "Request fttf Driving Record", H»ft Conttfwotis Form for Highway Patrol j "fermifHfl Digit Guide*" for Motor Vehicle tfef*.; 240,00(1 "ProRM*" Embtems for Re ciprrjctty fioard; 65,000 "Employer'* Contribution and Summary Report", 4-part Owi- tinuous Form for Employment Security Commission; 70,000 Copies Bimonthly "The Spectator" for State University of Iowa and other miscellaneous items, 'Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. on the date named and at the hour mentioned will be opened and read, and award made. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. For specifications, interested parties houW address J. C. MOORE, Superintendent of Printing, State House, Des Moines. 65-67-69 Sunday, Sept. 3rd, •t SPARE TIME INCOME Seven to t«wtv« hours w«M» »P«n» "I-, lectini money and leJtockmi NEW TYPE, high qullity, coin opetited dispensers In your ate* can net you eicellent income. To quality you must have car, references, 1600 to $2,900 Cast). Investment secured bylnvMtory r.ceived. NO StlllWJ! For Personal interview write; Consumer Cor- notation ol America, 6162 East Moekinr bird lane, Department W, Dallas, Teiaa 75214. Please include phone number. girls attended a shower at completed six weeks of offi- Woden Monday evening, Aug- cer training at the Marine ust 14 in honor of Lois Loge- Corps Schools, Quanitico, Va. James's picture along with that of Terry McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. McGuire who has just been ap- visiting the past week in the pointed platoon leader of his Tom Trenary and Harold years officers have been Calvin Jacobson, Harlan, president, and Arvin Jaoobson; Rochester, sec.-treas. The newly elected officers are Barline E Ktcutor of Jacobson, Indianola, president arid Gerald Benjamin, sec.- treas. >W*T, UMir UMIflvflllbUIVU, TUr Ul and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such ^-claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 10 day of August, 1967. mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Logemann. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smitlh of St. Petersburg, Florida are recruit company at *he Great Lake Naval Training Center. Portland Mr». Victor Fitch VISIT CANADA Mr. and Mrs. Donald have returned from a 5,060 mile trip into Canada and tine Northwest United States. Their daughter, the John Larsons and sons, Swea City, also went. They wenlt to Tioga, N. D., and in Canlada to Banff Park, 'Lake Louise, Gitycier Park, and Vancouver, British Columbia. They returned ,_ ,. „ .. „„-, down the coast to Washington Trenarys and Harold , Beck- ^^^^^^^ny^,, Titonko, Iowa 50480 Address Winkel & Winkel Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa 50511 Address Date of second publication 28fh County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Auflust 2I and 28 - 1967 * TCH R OUR SHOWING PARTY FEATURE A ™ E W3A VICTOR PR OOOCTS WANS NOW TO JOIN US , Of TAIl$ UTll! Becker homes and are now visiting other relatives in Iowa. Barbara Dugan of Davenport came up to spend a weeks vacation with the Tom Mrs. David Weston, Brie and Laurie of Musoatine, lown spemt last week in the Mennet Trunkhill and Tony Jandl 'homes. Friday eve supper guesits in the Tony aJndl home were Mrs. David Weston and faimily and Tom and Charles Trunk- hill. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms attended the lies family reunion at Lak? Crone'lia About 60 relatives attended the gathering. Cletus Zwiefel of Burl, Harold Terbeck, Johnny Olson, Duane Logemann, all of Wod on spent four days fishing at Daudette Lake of the Woods, Minnesota. They caught their limit. Sunday dinner guests in the Merrill Zwiefel home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oleitus Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zwiefel and family and Patricia Zwiefel. Thio was in honor of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diors, Patty and Bonnie and Mrs. David Weston and Eric of Muscatine were Sunday evening guests in *he Tony Jandl home. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett visited Mrs. Dwight Ruse Wednes- ers, "Some of us drint.''know what we want, but feel sure we don't have it". "Portland" ATTENDS WORKSHOP Ronald Gilbride, Algona, is one of 144 students from 17 states who attended the sixth annual high sdhodl 'Djelba!te Workshop at Northern Michigan University. enroute to Salt Lake' CSIty where they visited the Mormon Tabernacle. 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