10 A*t> ft V(A*I AOO Algona •:*.>»• ?;'£ u : ' l ^KC<^M^JBkflia^A Ji^ t writer has novel (1947) school building at Burt WM held i week ago with 650 reg- istefed visitor*. frem lent Let* A§e Cef. umn of Sept. 9, 1927,, . Horace CUpsaddle and Louis in* ahortrton and "hii" HMI. Reding were planning to at- a.^sa-a% d c r i^t« would take along a jeep equip- ed with an immense spare •tire. Well, they finally got The •retfclyn team signed a contract with Jimmy Woltt of Butt and the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H Woftr. Jimmy has been play- team .which has won 23 out of their 27 games. He is to report next spring at the Pensacola training camp of the Dodgers and at the end of the training season is slated away in thc jeep and got to New York City to embark on to report to Santa> Barbara" S 6 AUan * l1c tr > bu * enrouto „..**, F r'i.^'i.,f8 in ?: *»mroKu t ^ :9f ^ n tire for an unreported •reason folded up. (The boys had made Toledo, Ohio Oattf. a Brooklyn farm. Jean McWhorttr and Jant Keith of the Plum Creek Elite club won blue ribbons at the Girls 441 club demonstration. "Use Your Mead and Save Your Feet." At the Kossuth fair they placed first thus earning the privelegc of going to Des Moines, Both girls attend Burt high school. Richard Sherman, Bancroft born son of the late T. C; Sherman and Mrs. Sherman, Algona. is out with another novel, "The Bright Promise'; the scenes and characters are laid in the Roosevelt era and from the reviews will be interesting reading for people who lived through that period: Per •dm* month* tnt Good Hope community had been looking forward to the observance of the 50th anniversary of the dedication of the Good Hope church. Sunday September 7 was chosen for the celebration; Mrs. Delos Gardner was chosen general chairman for the event. Beth Annis, whose mother is a pioneer member began research of old records for a complete history. ' Wtathtr recordt at Observer Nolte's Algona station have gone to smash this summer. August set a new record in the number of days when the high was 90 or more. Only .96 inches of rain fell in this August which was the second dryest August on record here. ' ..'/•'.• ..".""•. '"'.' • ' • C Itm Mtrgtn, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergeh, of — thc was some speed) Servicemen JAMES E. SYKES V-'•.• ,;."^ Ft. Btnning, G« (AHTNC) E Sykes, 22, son of moted to Army rank of specialist five Aug. 24 at Ft. Benning, Ga., where he is serving with the 10th Aviation Group. '-"'•;.;••v .'.•:. 'v'-. Spec. Sykes, a mail clerk; is assigned to. the 177th Aviation Company- of the 10th Aviation Group. He entered the Army in September of 1966 arid received his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1963 graduate of Swea City high school. Class officers forSentral are elected Stntca — Sentral high school students have elected officers for the year. Seniors elected Marlin Berkland, pres- Whittemore, arrived with Rob- ident, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, ert Higgins, son of Mr. and vice, Jill Blanchard, sec., and Mrs. C. C. Higgins on Wednes- Susan Blanchard, treas. day xfrom Korea ( w)iere, they ! -Jumors,named David; Mar^; have,-been st»Uoned.^oP t ov«r^^ow presidents MikeaJackson, a year. Ctem is enrolled 1 fat^ice, Steve.-Schlei, sec:; [and Ames for the fall. September 10, 1957 Tht largest school enrollment in the history of the public schools here was recorded this year as 1433 students in grades kindergarten through 12 began clesees a week ago. There was 1406 enrolled a year ago. The junior- senior high will reach a critical point, for housing jwn* (krniann; vice,;Heidee Krause, where betweenJ959 and .1963 sec.<v apd :: Stanley Mueller, Mr, Laing stated. Supt. O. B. -•---•-•-• '• ' Ross Johnson, treas Sophomores chose Mark Voight, president, Kathy Jensen, vice, Jean Hammer- Strom, sec., and Rhonda Kern, treas. ..'• '- v ..-;;::/ . Freshmen officers are John Mueller, president, Kevin Johnson, vice, Rose Householder, sec, and Tom Votteler, treas :•;;;,; '/; -:,..;•. ...•'. '.. Eighth grade officers are Mike Cyphers, president, Jane Laing reported the total enrollment will gradually rise each year until about 2000 will be reached, about 1963, then in about 1968 it will riso again when the larger number of homes will be made by the "war babies" come of age for children for school age.: • ..; ' • ;v . •' ••• • Mr. and Mrs. Jot Balk, Sexton, will observe their Golden Sunday at the K. of C. hall in Algona; They will have a open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Rev. Gtrhardt Gtrike became pastor of the Algona Trinity Lutheran church last month The Gerikes came to Algona from Luverne, Minn. Rev. James E, Boyd has accepted a call to the First Congregational Church in Alcana. The Boyds are from West Medway, Mass. ; Levit PtrgutMV will appear on KGLO TV next Monday afternoon He, will be interviewed on his extensive coin collection. • Frew the Hampfen Ctifeit*• icle come* this note of interest to Advertising. 'Those who oppose cigarette amok- ing for one reason of •mother now want congress to adopt i tew which will prohibitlhe advertising of cigarettea, The radical prohibitionists Itav? long been at work to get con- grew to pa*? a itw prohibiting the advertising of liquor, The conflict will go on and on, and so fir the only direct agreement among the pros and cons is that adverting in tht newspaper* rattty brings results. 1 'Printed in ttve Sept. 10, 1957 Uwe of the Advance. treas; , .. Seventh grade officers are Elaine Bauer, president, Joan Hammerstrom, vice:, Kay Dreyer,; sec., and Mike Kennedy, treas Members on the student council are: Seniors Robert Krause and Teresa Voigt; juniors, Mike Jackson and David Marlow; sophomores, Lynette Johnson Hemy L lirHitj boil AFS Sfodwl Atgofti (lew*) Mft. AND MRS. HARVEY L LARSIN of rural Swed City are the best family of Geuel Felizardo of the Philippines. Mrs Ron 7 Geu»l Kon * 7 > Geuel bor 21, in .the home of Ethel Smith. Hostesses Mafie Parsons, Af lene Wood, Vera Fitch and Hazel Steven. Fun time, Aflene Marlow and ^Hazel Steven. Program: Program committee. "An oplomist is a father who will let his son take the new-car on a date. A pessimist is one who won't, A Cynic is one who did". North Kossuth old-timer is dead at 95 Swea Eagle — Andrew L an old nH 0 1 and Steve 16. am, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Wayne Nyman, Mrs. Peggy Cyphers, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. Cyphers and Mrs. Witham were birthday members. A birthday cake was brought by the retiring club president, Mrs. Ohnemus. ••,,-.-; • Visitors last week at .Edna Johannesen's, Fred Johannesen 's, and Henry Looft homes were John and Chris Johannesen, from Stanford, Conn., formerly from Stavanger, Norway. They also visited Anna Presthus, Algona, and Mrs. Christena Vahldreck and the Wally Blinkmans, Wallingford. The Robert Thiels, Daven-, port, and Mrs. lona Greene, Burbank, Calif., were Labor Day 'weekend guests at the parental Everett Witham's. Mrs. Nina Kraoht is now a patient at the hospital, Estherville. The Ralph Gays, Long View, Wash, visited last week at her uncle and aunt, the Everett Witihams. The Henry Wilbergs and Dennis recently visited their son, the Vermin Wilbergs, Topeka, Kan. Mrs. Ervin Votteler and Mrs. Everett Witham visited Nina Kracht at the Esther- IIIIIIIIHIIMIIIIKIIIII.IHI ..... Hiiiiih ..... miimimiiHmnm Pastor and Mrs. Wittkopp of ,95 years, 5 months and 23 days, at a Rest Home at No- bridge, S. D. on August 31. He was born March 8, 1872 Lakcvicw, Fred, and Lizzie at Algona of parents Olaf and Meyer of Fenton. Afternoon Hannah Anderson. Thc family guests were Mr. and Mrs. moved to Swea City while ho Euclnire Meyer and family, was still quite young. He re- This was in honor of Joel ceivcd his education in the Meyer's' 13th birthday. Algona and Swea City schools. Mrs. Harold Becker enter- He was associated with thc tainod Circle A of the Burt State 'Bank of Swea City for Presbyterian Church, Wednes- a number of years and in day afternoon. ' 1907 was elected auditor of v Labor Day guests in th? Kossuth county. He moved to Eugene Meyer home were Timber Lake, South Dakota, Pastor and Mrs. Edwin Bish- .and took a homestead there. op of Burt. 'He served as County Auditor Circle C of the Burt Pres- and later as county treasurcr byterian Church met Wednes- until his retirement in Dewey day afternoon in the home County, S. D. He was also in- of Mrs: Victor Fitch. Twelve volved in ranching. members were present. Wil- He maintained his member- ma Carlson, Arlene Chaffee, s'hip in Swea City Immanuel Virginia Becker, Dorothy '; ; Lutheran church. Becker, Elva Boettcher, Cecel- .He is survived by sisters, ta Scott, Evelyn Mawdsley, Mrs. Bessie MaJmsten, Port- Hilda Gross, Mary Rasmussen, ! land, Ore., and Mrs. Ida Lef- . Elsie Junkermeier and Neoma fert, Algona, and several Junkermeier, all of Burt. nieces and nephews. He was Mrs. Albert Shannon of preceded in death by one sis- San Jose, California spent ter, Emma Anderson and one two weeks in Iowa recently, brother, J. J. Andefrson, of visiting her mother, Mrs. Swea City. Lulu Ringsdorf at the Heri- Services were held Sept. 2, tage Rest Home at Bancroft at 10 a.m. at the Methodist and other relatives. church at Timber Lake, S. D. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sodrel with Masonic rites, and at of Greenwood, Indiana and Swea City, Sept.~4, at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Sodrel of 'at Immanuel Lutheran church Lorido, Florida arrived Thurs- with Rev. Julius Peterson of- day evening to spend a few ficiatdng. Burial was in Har- days in the Tom Trenary and Harold Beckelr homes, and visit Tom Trenary in the St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mrs. Robert Wood rison township cemetery. Franscisco Castro F., IFY Exchange student from Spain, and -willl be a guest at the Cecil ville hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Cassie Klocks has been a patient at the Estherville /Randy went to Ames Friday a Thoresdn's until September hospttal 1 for sever»Kdays. - .aifternopiii'.to spend,the week- ^18. He-..^s^;spending , three Allen" Johnson', 1 'Newell, has -'end; with' Jeain Wood who is yeeks here from Lagrono, spent several days with his employed there. Spain. Mr. and Mrs. Harold And- Callers last week at Mervin reason left Saturday for Johnson's were her parents, Princeton, Minnesota to at- the Cecil Godfredsons, Hum- tend the funeral of Henry Ol- boldt, the Eddie Godfredsons son. Mr. Olson is a cousin of and Mrs. Nels Godfredson, Al- Mlre. Andreason. Mrs. Walt- gona; Lyle Newell and Mrs. er Post of Clear Lake and aunt and uncle, the Kenneth Andres. The Henry Look's, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, Algona, and the Gerrit DeWaards, rural Wesley, to Ames Sunday, where.'they visited the Dr. J. J. L. Hinrichsens. The James Geilenf eldts and Scott, England; recently visited relatives and friends in the area. James is being transferred to Los Angeles, Calif. • •••••••••••••••••MM Portland Ella Newell, and the Gaylord Mrs. Lizzie Post of Algona, Johnsons, Fenton; the Lester aunts of Mrs. Andreason, ac- Johnsons, Algona, Truman Johnsons, Blvin companied them. Mrs. Robert Wood and Mrs. Virgil Swansonp, Tokheim, Mrs. Mrs. Victor Fitch attended Harold Swanson and boys. the Kick-off meeting for introducing the Extension programs available for Home Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ozannc, Des Moines, spent a day recently at Dettmer Thomp- The. Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 5, in maker's Clubs, Friday after- son's, noon in the Extension Meet- Last week Monday Mrs. ing room at Algona. A skit John Meyer, (Maxine Erick- of "Will the real Economy son), St, Paul, Minn,, came to size package please stand up." visit her aunt, Mrs. Dettmer was put on by the Plum Creek Thompson, her father, Forrest Homemakers, followed by Enckson, and other relatives an explanation of the "Truth in the area, for a few days, of the Packaging Law" and , The Terry Johnsons have introduction of the 1967-68 a daughter, Tammy Kay, born . • ~. T - *r --— TT ~ •—--™^.»--« Al» l» * W "A —. , _ - »-• w— ——,——.»- — ,. v * V.B-W _» v > -~r v u **Mfc»^««'fcV'a * A «•••••••¥ A^tA J f *^\^A •» and Diane Uthofiifreahmen, tne nome of Loita Phelps. Home Economics Extension August 29, at the hospital at Lee Dreyer and Beth Ann Nine members were present. Program Feye. Eighth grade Will be "' J " Hank Ostwald and Paulo Berkland, and seventh grade Pie- TOUR FAIRMONT The Seneca Modern Mixers Nine members were present. Viva Ringsdorf, Marilyn Bengston, Wyona Harms, Flossie Bartlett, Sandra Harms, on the student council will be Hazel Carroll, Marian Spear, Debbie Eimers and Scott Tip- and Vera Fitch, Leona Haase was a guest. Flossie Bartlett, Marilyn Bengston, Vera-Fitch, Hazel Carroll and Sandra Harms each received a birth•pent" Tuesday al "Fairmont day gift from their Secret where they toured points of Sister. A social afternoon was interest. They had a tour of enjoyed byjUl, everyone try, StoWey-Van Camps plant, "*« to catph up on what the where they *w frozen pies, others had been doing dinners, sandwiches, etc. as- through the summer months serobled, packaged, and froi- *hen there was no club en. In the afternoon toured meeting. A delicious lunch tt)e GUmore Glass building was served by the hostess at * ''saw stained glaw win.- the close of the meeting. The designed and put to- nex ^ meeting will be held r, They were also taken Jwesday afternoon, October the show room 3, in the home of Flossie Bart- where^ nurrors of all dejcrip- -W*- RoW call, "A Household ttOM and uws were on dis- Hint or a sample of some- play. Taking the trip were thing you worked on this sum- Wlf^* '' JOC •' PpHud^lli'' -Ja§W t illC^I* ivVrl* < , ,5 • '' »rd Bauer, Mrs, Clifford Dinner guests last Sunday Gangestad, Mrs Everett With- * n the Eugene Meyer home were Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt, Bstherville. She wedgjhed 5 The "Fall Tea" for the ibs. 2 ozs. Grandparents are Portland Club will be held (,he Truman Johnsons, Swea Thursday afternoon, Septem- City, and the William Han- y. C«nninf, §111 ff Mrs, Margaret Erpeiding of Algona was commia«oned Ejiign upon gra<J«*ttoj» from the Navy's Officer School at Newport, R. I Sept. I, •- - , . of the new elementary tiou and the reroodeleiij high NEW HAIRCOLORING ,W MINWTf TIMING Now at no EXTRA CHARGE! COMPLETE ON THE-FARM TIRE SERVICE 1 Tirei lt««pptd t Tube Volvti ••ploctd • Tirei liquid rilled, Drained, leptaei) e Complete line ef Oeedyeer Farm f Truck Awte Tiiei see us OR CALL US NOW for fast, dtptndablt itrvictl J. C. Penney is 92 . "^ *» «* ». -* , i > * •>. . f .^,." *. sfr.j Miss Virginia Mowry, executive secretary to J. C. Penney, can attest to the tremendous volume of correspondence^-both business and personal—which continues to cross his desk as he approaches 92. Letters coming into his office bear signatures ranging from the famous to the unknown, yet he tries to give each his personal attention. MI«IIIHHHIHMHHHHMMHIIItMHHItHHMHtlMmHMHIMm(WltMHHMMItMMMMimimilHHHMM>milHMHHtNMtMHHU«*MIHI sens. Ringsted. She has one Hanson, Armstrong, and one vail, Ri nested, great grandmother, Mrs. A. M. great grandfather, David lag- rOOTBALL — On-the-Air — HEAR THE TAPED PLAY-BY-PLAY Algona vs. Emmetsburg Algona vs. Clarion Garrigan vs. SI. Edmond's Garrigan vs. Emmetsburg Catholic KLGA •i'I.'. 1 .IJH- 1 ,,-| 1 *** •' SEPT. 14-6: SEPT. 23-6:00 OCT. 8-1:30 - OCT. 14-6:00 1600 KC Meet Dick Wheeler THE NEW SERVICE EXPERT AT NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE FOR MAYTAG AND GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME APPLIANCES. • t • t • i t i Dick Wh««ltr, our n«w t«rvic« »xp«rt, is 52 y»ars old — with ov«r 30 yoari txptrienct in applianc* itrvice work. He and hit wife Edith hav« 9 children* with 6 living at home. They moved to Algona lost week from Ankeny, la., and are living at 408 Diagonal Street. WHEN YOU BUY A MAYTAG OR G.E. HOME APPLIANCE FROM NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE, YOU CAN COUNT ON EXPERT SERVICE - IF IT IS EVER NEEDED I • i i < i • c • t < i < i "We Service What We Sell" NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE 310 i. State n -.
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