Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 25, 1967 · Page 6
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10 AND 20 YtAKS AGO Whittemore man gets magazine post (1957) A _, _ A ka*_A*. t^ ttt49 A ._...wjt«* *Brlflt ttMn«Mrm/W\tl Ifl September The Afeona Bull*** *< feated Emmeteburg in a grid opener Friday by a score of 194. Seeing action for the Bulldogs were Gary Waldron, Chuck Crapser, Cliff Skog- strom, Jerry Lauritzen, Pentecost, Reilly, and Ted Hutchison. The Bulldogs are coached .by Gene Herts. Richard, ton o* Mr. and Mrs B. L. Palmer, has returned to Cedar Rapids, where he is a student at Coe College. It wai ju»t one birthday after another for two women at the Kossuth hospital last week. And in each case it was a double birthday. Friday, Sept. 19 a baby boy was born to Mr. 'and Mrs. Glen Gabrielsoti at the hospital. The new son arrived on his mother's birthday. And, the preceding day, Mrs. Gabriclson's roommate gave birth to a baby boy, and it was also on his mother's birthday. Lakota has 19 young people from town and vicinity attending colleges and Universities in the states. They are: Drake University, Faulstine Hoot- land; Denver University, Dorothy Sohroeder, Colorado A & •M, Dennis Murray, Upper Iowa University, Don Wertjcs, John Heetland and John Hippen; Minneapolis Business College, Leone Christ; Mankato Business College, Phylis Wert- je and Luella Hcidcckcr; A. I. B., Des Moines, Doris Am- mussen and Marcus Rippentrop; Macalester College, St. Paul, John Wortman, Men Pannkuk and Bernadine Ger- zoma; Kansas City School of Watchmaking, Kenneth Barge and Eugene Wirtjes. From New Haven, Conn, comes an account of the wed- dinig of Ruth Fleming, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whittemore and Robert Corcoran of Chicago •at St. Mary's Church in New Haven. The newly married couple will honeymoon in Now York and will return to New Haven to make their home. Mr. Corcoran will begin his studies on his master's degree in playwriting at Yale University in the School of Fine Airts. He is a graduate of DoPaul University, Chicago. Mrs. Corcoran attended Whittemore Presentation Academy and attended Mason City Jun- ior'College and DePaul University. She recently has been employed by a law firm in Chicago. September 24, 1957 Dick Hanion, »on of Mr§. L. H. Hanson of Whittemore has been named editor of Successful Farming magazine. Mr. Hanson graduated from Whittemore High School in 1943 and received his degree in agricultural journalism from Iowa State College in Ames in 1948. Mrs. A. J. Ea»on of Algona has the unique talent and hobby of making replicas of Algona brides and their attendants. The clothing, bouquets and hair styling arc true duplicates. Pictured in this issue of the Advance was a sample of one of Mrs. Eason's dolls. Mrs. Eason is a teacher at Third Ward here. The Cadette Corps of the Algona High School organized just a year ago this fall and tryouts for 15 new members was held to replace the graduating cadettes. The Cadette Corps is an active honorary organization of high school 'girls who perform between halves of the basketball games. Wes Bartlett was named 1 president of the Kossuth County Community Concert Association at a board meeting recently. Other officers are 1st Vice Pres. Mrs. John Sen utter; 2nd Vice Pres. Mrs. Nat Bangs; Sec., Mrs. M. H. Brower; Treasurer, Mr. Ed Gilmore; Publicity Chaiirman, 4_AI»on. (Iowa) Adv.net MONDAY, SEPT. 2S,tW ttr*. John Schutter. Delem Uclttuen Nil been named as Ledyafd Band Queen for the AJgotrt Band Festival to be held Oct. 5 In Algona. Delores is a junior and plays the comet. St. Joteph tchooi elm of' ficers for the coming year are: Alice Sue Bormann, Sod* ality Perfect; Seniors; President John Reding, Sec. Joyce Kirsch, treas, Rosalee Reding; Juniors, Pres. Betty Wagner, Sec. Robert Zebnet, treas, Di- • ane Reding; Soph. Pres. Albert Berte, Sec. Duane Hil- bcrt, vice pres. Edward Kell- ,ner; freshmen, pres. Ruth Ann Klein, Sec. Delores Berte, Vice pres. Dianna Altman. Cheryl, daughter of the M. L. Vanderwaals, was pledged to the Kappa Kappa Gain- ma sorority at the state college at Ames last week. Jim Cowan, ton of Mr. end Mrs. H. J. Cowan was pictured in "Meet the Prep" this week. Jim is the leading ground gainer from his left halfback position and one of the top local linebackers. Jim is a 154 pound .senior this year. Dividends paid to area members of land Bank More than $22,400 in dividends will be paid to members of the Federal Land Bank Association at Algona soon Manager H. Hutchins has announced. Mr. Hutchins said that checks representing 6% dividend on stock would be mailed October 1st to farmers who own stock in the Association which serves Kossuth county. The Algona FLBA is entirely owned by the borrower-members it serves. "The Algona Association," he said, "has paid 26 dividends during the past twenty years, returning a substantial amount of earnings to the members during this time." Algona youth married Denise Marina Dumon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dumon, Kevin, Mont. and John Charles Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Plaltt, Algona were married Sept. 2 at Christ the King Lutheran Church, Iowa City. Rev. William Biederman officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Maid of honor was Judy Allen, Iowa City. Bridesmaid was Mrs. dharles Dearohs, HIHH«mMHI«Mim»HH,HIWHWMMtMHMIUmllH I Directors of the Algona Association are President Hugh Black, Algona; Robert Deal, Algona; Leander Menke, Swea City; Marvin Junkermeier, Elmore, Minn.; and Donald Usher. Ottosen. More than 330 farmer sin the county served by the Association presently have $7,702,000 in long-term loans. Algona. Best man was George Platt, Aurora, 111. Groomsman was Dave Dumon. Ushers were Erick Heintz, and Dave Dumon. Soloist was Mrs. William Biederman accompanied by Mrs. Kay Jensen. A reception was held in the ehjurdi parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Lyn>n Hill and Mrs. Gene Stuart poured. Sue Conner cut the caike. Mrs. George Platt opened gifts. After a honeymoon to Glacier National Park, they are at home in Iowa City. The bride is a graduate of Methodist Kahler, Rochester, Minn, and Ut presently tefd nurse in obstertrics at tfe u. of t. ttoapttti. ft* gWHR is a senior at the Univerafty of Iowa, College of Law. Lutheran Aid to be host to League rally About 250 women of tile Algona Circuit of the Lutheran Ohiirch-Missouri Synod will attend the Lutheran Women's Missionary League Pall Rally at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, Sept. 27. The meeting will open, at 9:30 a.m. with a coffee hour and registration. The Rev. Paul H. Sohn, Al< gona, will have opening devotions on the Rally theme of "Why the Reformation For Me?" The welcome is by Mrs. Lyle Raney, president of the Algona Aid, and the response by Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Whittemore, followed by the morning business meeting. 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