Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 6, 1967
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10 AND 10 YEAH! Hospital sold for only'8,750-1947 November 4, 1947 will exhibit a Shorthorn call Reeelvlni Olfl Seaut pint of his own raising in the jun- were 16 Brownies ait the ton ctanes of thto event, Lloyd Rouze " • ' " which will mark its 4mti annual renewal M this country's largest live stock expo- 'home of 'Mrs. 'last week. Mrs. Jack Fraser, assistant leader, presented the* pins' to the following Brownies: Marcia Anderson, A permit lor $5,000 In al. Linda Ditswortlh, Marilyn tenattons to the Graham Dreesman, Marcia Dud'en,, Av- store ui Algona was approved is Finley, Patricia Gilbert, last Thursday evening by Ihe Jeanne Hall, Sharon Kenyoni, dty council. The Graham Judy and Sara Lai veil, Carol store is to occupy the quar- iindholm, Arleen Ludwig, ters now under lease to Na- Sondra Rouze, Lynn Ann Sop- ttonial Tea. pefland, .Molly Sullivan and Judith Towne. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Frit- ted* who recently moved into itihe Mrs. M. J. Young house ort North Thoiinigton street, were given a housewairming Saturday evening by Messrs. and Mesdames M. G. Bourne, Eugenie Murtogh, G. D. Shunway, G. W. Stillman, M. H. PaiMcewhainer, Oaimpbell Humphrey and H. W. Miller. A six thirty dinner was served by the guests. From the Long Ago Column in today's issue of the Advance was this note of interest: Seipt.-Oot. 1917 the Ad- Vance on Sept. 26, 1917 car- iried a half column account of the marriage of H. iL. Gil- mldre and Kaitherine Shearer, iprominienlt young people of the Algona conuminilty. The bride's father was once editor of the Upper DCS Mcines. Many Burt high school alumni were home over the weekend to attend am operetta. Those coming from various places were Stella Raeh- ut and Harold Fisher, Kent ftyerson, 'Jim WoU, Billy Boeitltoher and Leslie Graham. Several former teachers came also to attend the operetta. They were: Mary Jane .Winch, Verna Raddig, and Pat Hess. In tho Nov. 1947 number of 'the Grade Teachers, a professional magazine for dass- room teachers of all grades, ^. page is given to an illustrated article by Alice Condon, art teacher in junior high here/The title is "Window Transparences for Room Decoration". >' E. J. Capetiut, local realtor and land man recently purchased the ..General hospital from W.D/ Andrews now >of Al'buqueque, New iMexitio and formerly of Algona. Since Dr. Andrews left •the hospital has been operated jointly by Dr. R. K. Richardson and Dr. Harold Meyer. The men have a lease on the property, however, which runs until Dec. 1948 and is still in effect. After expiration Of the lease. Mr. Capesius said he might possibly convert the hospital into apartments, if other previous disposal is not made, or it does not continue as a hospital after December Of next year. Purchase price was $8,750. Kouuth County'* first entry for the 1947 International Live Stock Exposition and Horse show was made 'by a 13 year old 4-H boy, John Albright of Algona. John November 12, 1957 Quick action by the Algona police and fire departments probably saved Algonb a- notiher major fire early this 'meaning but damage was extensive in a fire at the Bradley Bros, corner. The fire four, Jim Erpelding and John Hood three each. Paul Goecke and Pat Dtitfy «1» my & tarn ft* ttos local*, tha &/ Cecelia squid of eight boy« merrtionexl will see mo* of the action for the Knight* tatid will open their felMofi here on Nov. 24 again* Pfefr etttatiofi of Whlttcmore._ ^ AnnouttEofiMflt .wot (mow at the state university kat week that several north Iowa students, had received octal* arships. Only Kossuth student was Margaret L. Liljedahl of Titonka. There distinctions are known as activity scholarships and they are for the academic year 195758. The AmbroM A, Call state park is not where the use of It by the public is readily seen, hence guesses alt the number of people who visit the park in a season might range far under the fact. Mqst people might guess in the hundreds, or thousand to two or three, but the average reader will be greatly surprised to learn that in this 1957 season the actual number as kept by Custorian L. E. totally destroyed a small Nuehring was 48,085! •frame warehouse, partly de- O. B. "Burt" Marmot Destroyed a large quonset ware- came sole owner of the liy- .house and did some damage ingston Tool Co. here it was to <the main Bradley build- 'announced last week. Harmea ing. Darlene Weydert weds The biggest away by Algona merchants An history will be staged Friday and Saturday of this week when 52 local merchants offer 75 free turkeys became a member of (he Liv- turkey give- ingston firm here in 1948. Open House was planned ait the Bertha Godfrey school. Miss Bertha Godfrey, for whom the school building is named, is expected to be a to local shoppers. 52 wire special guest. She is mow re- cages to house the "live" tired but was a primary iturkeys have been construct- grade teacher for 28 years in ed and will be displayed in Algorta-from 1925 unltil 1953. •front of participating business firms. Two Algonans won priies in the Iowa Saddle Horse Association competition for 1957 it was announced recently in Des Moines. B. R. Mawdsley won traveling trophy for English ponies and R. W. Mc- Cuillough had the reserve dhampipn in the 1 'Hackney Pony division. 5 lettermen return as cage drills open at the Algona high school last week. Coach George Duvall, new coach at A. H. S. will have back veterans, Jim Cowan, Dave Rich- tardsoln, Howie Funk, Jerry Rupp and Tom Zrttritsch. Pat Kain, a junior, Joel Harris, Robbie Hutchison, Gerald Manser, Jerry Cowan, Jerry Meyer, Jim Steven and Nicki Clark are also contenders' for the starting berths. The Bulldogs will open their first game with Iowa Falls here Nov. 20. From Mainstem: "The kids 'might be "rock and roll" crazy nowadays but some of them still like jazz and the musicians who play it. . . majny came to last week's Teddy Wilson concert and swarmed over the backstage and dressing room for autographs after the concert. The Teddy Wilson Trio was appearing here for the Community Concert Association. The Knights of St. Cecelia's opened their 1957 basketball season Sunday afternoon by •edging Presentation of Whittemore 22-16 in one quarter of a basketball jamboree at Font Dodge. The local scoring was evenly divided wWh Mark Sedley pacing his dub with seven points. Jim Gink followed with five. Bob Cink 4-H CLUBS Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 441 dub held its regular October meeting in the St. 'Benedict school hall. Election of officers: Kathy Bernhard, pres.; Debra Pecoy, vice; Maiy Ear- ig, sec.; Debra Youngwiirth, treias,; Sharon Hix, reporter; photographer, Frances Jenk- imson, historian; Debra Pecoy chairmen; Virginia Casey and Barbara Mayer, recreation. Installation will be held nlext month. Plans were made tor thfe November workshop meeting, award night, and ilinian<jiai projects. Sjtyle of -furniture were discussed and record books passed out. Barbara Mayer, Mari Rjae Mei-Tian, and Julie Rae Nail gave talks. Debbie Youngwkth was hostess. Reporter is Kaithy Bernihard. PLUM CREEK ELITE The Plum Creek Elite 4-H club met Oct. 14 at the home of Joyce Gabrielson. An award night skit was planned. A talk was given by Patti Darlene Marie Weydert,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Weydert, Algona, was married October 21, 1967 to Michael Paul Schrauth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schrauth, Bancroft, at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. The bride,was escorted to the altar by her father. The double ring ceremony was performed by the- Rti Rev. Monsignor P. P. Gearen. Mrs. Kenneth Krapp, Bancroft, attended her sister as matron of honor, and Marilyn Schrauth, Bancroft, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. : Kenneth Krapp, Bancroft, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man and Kenneth Schrauth, brother of the groom, was groomsman. Bernie Weydert, Algona, and Dennis Schrauth, Bancroft, ushered. Acolytes were Tim Lucey and Dale Miller. Mary Hamilton, Algona, was organist and Ruth McEnroe, Algona, soloist. A reception was held at the Legion Memorial hall at 12 o'clock noon. Shirley Nelson had the guest book and Mrs. George Lickteig, Wesley, served punch. Aunts of the bride and groom, Mrs. James Curran and Mrs. Maurice Fickbohm cut and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were Vicki and Jane Fisher, Corwith; Janet Origer, Whittemore; Wendy Lickteig, Wesley; Joan Byrne, Moorland, la.; and Cathy , Besch, LuVerne. Opening gifts were Mrs. Clarence Golwitzer, Wesley, and Mrs. John Golwitzer, Algona, sisters of Mrs. Selma Godfredson is leaving soon for Sioux City, where she will visit with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Bradbury, and will then go to San Diego, Calif., to spend the winter with her son and daughter-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. . Mrs. Frank Vera went in a Wit home. Tflw nflntfM wf nvWelrH Well* . afd Walker and Howard John* MM were omitted ttotn tttt guest Iltt of a family dinner held recently at Mr, and Mrt. James Walket'i, an oversight on the part of Mrs. Walker who withes th»i addition be Mentioned^ V. J. Meyer named to advisory board Opportunity loam Mr. V. J, Meyer, coach and instructor at SI. John High School for many years, has earned the distinction of being re-appointed to the Baseball coaches* Advisory Committee, by the Board of Control pf the Iowa High School Athletic Association, His 2 year appointment will include the 1967-68 and 1968-60 school terms. The purpose of the advisory committee is to review the athletic program as well as recommend to ithe Board of Control ways in which the program may be Improved. Other appointed members are Elmer Starr of Mason City, William Holmstrum of Iowa OMy and Arthur Huinker of Dyersville. Mr. Meyer is a charter member of the advisory board, which was created a year ago. Aggressive lads elect officers The Agressive Lads 4-H'Club met Monday, October 16 at 8:00 pjm. They had -Ronald Spear take pictures for the Communty Calendar that they are making. A discussion was held on award night which will be Saturday evening, Nov. 18. A pot (iewa) Y, NOV. *, 1H7 farewell Thursday Engaged - MR. AND MRS. Wallace Thompson, Amity, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Edra Cheryl Thompson, to Thomas John Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Anderson, of Algona. Miss Thompson is a senior at Northwest Missouri State college, Maryville, Mo. Mr. Anderson attended Northwest Missouri State college as an art major, and is now employed in sales and service at the .Read Furniture store, Algona. A February, wedding is planned. hef sisier'in-iaw, „,„,/! Llldtey Of LlUrefti ii Iwvintf Nov. 8 for an extend* ed visit at F>mikjprt t O«ffl;*i' ny with Mrs. Lildiey'l lofl'tfij law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ahiefs. Becomes bride of Douglas Cummins SWea City! Miss Lynda Me* Oaib became the bride of A4C Douglas D. Cummins at tile First Presbyterian Church in Taylorviile; 111. The Rev. Ernest W> Hatfaatigh officiated in the presence of the immediate family and close friends of ifcie couple. Parents are Mr.-. and -Mr*,. ; Virgil Cummins, 'all of Taylor*, ville. The Cummins formerly lived in Swea City. :The bride, a 1966 graduate of Taylorviile High School, is employed in Springfield. The groom, a graduate of Swea City Community School, attended one year of college and then enlisted in the Air Force. He now has -been assigned to duty in Vietnam. Minneapolis Friday to see a- luck supper will be served at bout a plane reservation for this meeting and the boys are Phoenix, Ariz., where she will make an extended visit with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don. Johnson and family. Mrt.'Margaret Smith, 81, of Wesley, had been in a rest home at Fort Dodge for a few years and died there. Funeral services were held last week at Osceola for her, with interment at Weldon where she had lived: In attendance at the Milton .Marshall and a demonstration the bride and her sister-in-law, was given by Dixie Keith. El- M rs. Bernie Weydert, Algona. After a trip to the Wisconsin Dells Mr. and Mrs. Schrauth are at home at 9 East Call street in Algona. Mr. Schrauth is employed at Wei- ection of officers was held and elected were Patrice Bode, president; vice-preeidfnt, Joyce GabrMson; set}., Norma Boda; Ureas., Annette Gilbride, reporter, Roberta Zweifel; and recreation chairman Jane Walker. The next meeting will be Nov. 11 ait the home of Patti Marshall. Reporting is Annette Gilbride. here's that girl again .,. denhoff Corp. and Mrs. Schrauth at St. Ann hospital. , Family leaves for Turkey Ledyard: (Major and Mrs, Paul J. Mladsen and three children, Michael, Teresa and Charles were scheduled to airrive October 15 in Izmir, Turkey aboard 1 the USS Constitution, where Major Madsen has been assigned by the Air Force for 'the next two years. : Major Madsen grew up in RingJted, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Armand Madsen and has been in the Air Force since the early forties. Mrs. Madsen asked to bring a hot dish, a salad or a dessert. 'Election of officers was held and the following will serve, for the 67-68 meetings. President, Mike Bderle; Vice-president, Barley Boehm; Secretary, Charles Hbeppner; Treasurer, Duane Boehm; Reporter, Lowell Eidheniberger; Photographer, Dale Beck; Recreation, Lloyd Eichenlberger and Mifcey Berg. Talks were given on table services were her grandsons manners by Jim Bierle and Jim and wives Mr. and Mrs'. Lewis Boehm. A itak on feed records Marshall, Mr .and Mrs. f Wil- was * iven bv Rodney Janssen. lis Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Reporter, Charles Hoeppner. William Marshall and a daughter Ellen Marshall who was BIRTHDAY SURPRISE visiting a son at Redding, Andrey Frye gave a sur- Calif., and flew back for the pr i S e party Saturday for Mrs. services. She plans to return R U th Cook in honor of Mrs. to California to complete her Cook's birthday, visit with two sons. Mrs. Nora Garnor and Mrs. James Walker took the former's mother Mrs. Nettie Fisher from the 'St. Ann hospital back to the Good Samaritan Home 2 last week after a few weeks of hospitalization. 1 At Codar Falls State college three Algonans have been pledged to fraternities: Russell Bierl, Phi Sigma Epsilon; Clint Young, Psi Omega; and Dan Owens, Tau Kappa Epsilon. After two week* of hospitalization at St. Ann for bronchial pneumonia, Mrs. Esther Barton is back at part time work in the Funk plumbing shop. It is expected she will soon be able to do full time work. iJdY'we'nt t^For^Dodge^on' 'Mesdames Kate Wegener, Hil Thursday and brought home the former's mother, Mrs. Lucy Wessel who has been a patient at Mercy hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gorbor and Pam visited Mrs. Gerber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Ward of Norway, over the October 29 weekend. On Sunday QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Sportsman Melvin Wilson of awarded the sportsman of the World Ohiampiionsihip Coon Hunt held in Mississippi this year. To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malek of (Garner announce the ap- proachinr marrlare of their daughter, Carolyn Eileen to Joseph P. McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGuire of Bancroft. Miss Malek is a 1 staff nurse at Fairvtew Southdale, Hospital In Minneapolis. Mr. McGuire to servinc with the Air Force at 'Lake Air Force Base, Ariiona. A November 25th weddinf is belnr planned at St. Weiices- laus Catholic Church in Duncan. ONE EASY STEP BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. DuWayne (Katherine) Klein gave a party last week Tuesday afternoon in honor of ithe birthday of her mother Mrs. Nettie Haag. Guests were Grand Master of Order of Odd Fellows of Iowa. Bruce and Sharon Sundet', For the long pull... snuggy lambswool (hat lilts with fresh-as- tomorrow patterning. Ribbed lo follow the straight and narrow then chevroned for contrast. Chimes in happily with all your Kenrob separates'! Sizes-34-40. is -the former Marjorie Gabel * he y attended a reception in of Ledyard. Cedar Rapids honoring Mr. The Madsens have been sta- Ward, recently installed as tioned at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs for the past six years and prior to that in Hawaii. Their older son Mi- d daughter o f Mr. and chael, will attend college jn M _ Harft i,f c un det were Munich, Germany while they * |rs ' Haro .£ ^unaei, were are overseas home over the Nov< 3 weekend Before sailing from New between semesters at Luther York Oct. 6, ithe Madsens were college in Decorah. guests of (Mrs. Madsen's mo- There was a little confusion ,ther, Mrs. Martha Hagge and created by the death notice of sisiter and family, Mr. and Mrs* j ac fc Johnston of PhoentX, Gordon LeWarne in Mason City and sister, and family, Mr. and ny. Sheakleys "Woj»en'« and QirU Fashioni" He was Jack m. Jack Mr, WUliam Stubfce at An*, g*g» J »%£$? ^ them were born Jack Jr., Welcome, Loretta, Frank and Perry. Welcome married John Donegan who served in World War 1. He and Welcome went to Phoenix not long after he returned home. She died a few yeari? **° * n< * her sister Loretta married a Mr- Hanson and lived in Des Moines. He is also deceased. Perry and Frank also live in Des Moines. Jack II married Cora Green whose mother was Mrs. Tobitha Green Wilson. He died several years ago and it is the da Gronwall, Clara Theil, ry Warmbier, Ella Bast, Ida .Zumach and Freda Steussey. Mrs. Haag will be leaving on Nov. 19 for St. Petersburg, Fla., where she will spend the winter with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thissen. Mrs. Haag has gone each winter since 1961. ATTENDS DAD'S DAY Mr. and Mrs. George Harris and Barbara went to Cedar Falls Saturday where Mr, Harris celebrated Dad's* Day at the college with his daughter Marilyn. Mrs. Harris and Barbara spent the time with the v former's sister Mrs. Randall Bebb. 14TH BIRTHDAY Barbara Harris celebrated her 14th birthday Nov. 2 and had a slumber party at which .the guests were Janie Christy, Sheri Gilmore, Diane Danielson, Sally Haase, Jean Taylor,' Vicki Ricklefs, Lisa Peter, Jeri Nielsen, Pat Lierley, Nancy Kolp, Sandra Faulstick, Martha Gilbert, Ann Schutter and Christy Sheakley. FAREWELL PARTY Mrs. Elizabeth Post gave a $2000 LIFE POLICY FOR UP TO 22 YEARS FOR ONLY $120 The "F-35 Fortune-Builder" Plan helps make dreams a reality. One $120 premium payment for each child or grandchild (ages 0-15) will start an insurance program which will guarantee them the opportunity to build a fortune. FOR DETAILS—SEE US MYRON "MIKE" SMITH Office Phono 295-3351 Homo Phono 295-7093 Algona, Iowa Ml MOWNI, fflRfU BUfURU ALGONA ENDS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7th "YOU ARE GOING TO ENJOY •All IE' AlFrt brillilltlfrftfMICl!" <«OI««HfOI«TU*I IMWWIj ADMISSION — ADULTS $1.25 OINENA ARTS FILM FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY-8 fM. Graham is new Midland manager •I ledyard Bruce Graham is the new manager of Midland Oil Cora,- pany in Ledyard. Mr. Graham, originally from Bunt, formerly operated the Standard Oil Station at Swea City. Mire. Graham is the former Inez Lewis of Algona and the.. ¥ .- .„ c . ,. couple has three children all at- *«* Jf* W WBfflW death was tending Ledyard Community reported in the recent issue of School. Roger is a senior, Gein^ the Advance. va is in ath grade and Denise in > Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cellini fourth. The Hamdly occupies the ire being visited by Mrs. Col- appartment above the station. 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