Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1966 · Page 6
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...,. AevANee MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1966 10 * 20 - 30 Years Ago A weekly feature of by*gone days By Erma Lea Dcim JANUARY 3, 1936 Thirty-six Algona families received Christmas baskets as a result of the "food day" at the new State theater sponsored by the theater and the Kiwanis club. The theater lobby was filled to overflowing before the show closed. All receipts were turned over to Antoinette fconnstetter, school nurse. Ten buglet were purchased oy the local Boy Scouts troop through Albert Granzow. D. Wayne Collins, school music instructor, was to be the instructor. The Scouts had drums so it was hoped a drum and bugle corps would be formed. It had been reported that thieves took 200 bushels of corn from a Nick Thilges crib neaf St; Joe. A; J. Krause, Fenton, had malta fever, a disease, rare, which was caused by a germ from milk or animals and recovery slow. The Kenneth and Orlan Rutledge families in the Good Hope area had mumps and there was scarlet fever in the William mo money. "Operation Squeal" to boost pork cotisumption and help the fafmef With his Overproduction problem Was planned for the next few Weeks. Retailers and farmers met to make plans. The West Bend branch of the M. & J. R. Makes Wholesale Co. was discontinued ' and concentrated from the main warehouse at Laurens. The produce business Was still being handled at West Bend. Glen Dunlap of Corwith dies Dec. 31 Corwith — Glen Harold Dunap was born Feb. 15, 1891, at Stilson, Iowa and died at Veterans hospital, Denver, Colo., December ,31, 1965, having reached the age of 74 years le was .the. son of Myron and Ilia Caulkins Dunlap. He attended the Corwith school where he grew to manhood. He Was united in marriage with Mary M. Higgle on July 21, 1920. To this union three daugh- ;ers were born: Gertrude (Mrs. Stanley Handleman), Bogota, Columbia, South America; Deloris (Mrs. Kenneth Mieman). Cedar -Falls, and Joyce (Mrs. Jack Werts), Denver, Colo. Mr. Dunlap and his family operated a cafe in Corwith for sixteen years. In 1945 he and Mrs. Dunlap moved to Denver, Colo. They managed an apartment building there for twelve years, until his health forced his retirement in 1960. na ttamm and family at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. visited Friday aftefflooh at the Jim Daniel home in Algoha, thfe John Daniel Jr. home in Bfitt and in the evening they visited at the Henry Goranson home in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saunder's and family, Sandra Babcbck returned to their home at Huntsville, Ala. after a visit over Christmas here, finfoute home they visited at the Don Dunfee home in Waterloo and at the Walter Babcock home in Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Babcock and girls' also Were Christmas guests at the home of Mr> and Mrs. John Babcock. Mrs. Harry Fleming returned to her home after a few days visit with her children in Des Moines. Ben Widen returned to his home from the Hancock Mem orial hospital, Britt. A group of friends had a house warming for Mrs. Gail Skelley on Wednesday night Mrs. Jerry Knapper and ; Mrs John Oxley were in charge o! the program. Mrs. Skelley received some nice gifts. The Tjerern Nerems enter- ained at a teen-age party on Monday night at their home in honor of their daughter, Krisle. mily and Mr. and Mrs. Dttaneneth Wagner home. Giffprd and the Ora Hurlburt families. The Lone Rock class of 19?1 sponsored an alumni banquet ai the schoolhouse. There were 6^ in attendance. . Farmers were taking advan tage of the warehousing law to seal corn for an expected bet ter price in the future. 134,758 bushels had been sealed in 144 cribs. There had been 14 inches of snow during the month and the lowest temperature was 13 degrees below zero. The W. H. Holldorf home at Fenton had been quarantined for diphtheria. Mrs. Holldorf had the disease and the rest of the family had been innocu- lated. JANUARY 3, 1946 Mr. Dunlap is survived by his wife, three daughters, and eight grandchildren. He is also survived .by a sister, Mrs. Flora Tiss, Algona, and two brothers, Merle Dunlap, Bradenton, Florida and Arleigh. Dunlap of Lime Springs, la., several nieces and nephews and a host of friends He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers Lee and Floyd. ^Funeral servi ces were held on Tuesday al the Methodist church in Cor with, with Rev. Fran Considinr officiating and burial in the Corwith cemetery. The increase in electric consumption in Algona had risen from 1100 K.W. in 1938 to 1300 K.W. in 1950. This necessitated consideration by the City Council to buy. a new diesel engine. Two New Year's boys were born in Kossuth county, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben- rends, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Horton, Corwith. A benefit dance was planned to raise money for the infantile paralysis fund for Kossuth County which had to borrow $4750 from the national fund. The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth audited claims for the year 1945 and allowed payment of $2802 for domestic animals killed by marauding dogs. The dog fund had adequate funds to make payment plus a sur plus of $200. With the fourth year of vol unteer service the members of the county Price and Control board had answered 48,000 phone calls, talked to 90,000 visitors on board business, and handled 360,000 pieces of mail They had served 18,000 free hours to aid people of the county to get a fair share of shorl items at fair prices. There were 20 members on the board. Two returned Pacific veterans, F. L. Racobs of Webster City and G. E. Slaven of Whittemore opened a general auto repair, welding and paint shop at Fenton. JANUARY 5, 1956 Almost IV; million bushels of corn produced in Kossuth county in 1955 was under price support by December 15. Rates in effect were $1.50 for corn and $2.02 on soybeans. A net profit of $4,196 was realized from the parking meters in 1955. Total receipts were $17,888 but 50 percent was ta- hen, each year by the meter company until they were paid, for. Th* Women's Auxiliary of $» Ann hospital had established a fund of $500 for a three-year nursing scholarship for the coming year. It was available to any girl in Kosswth or the rea serve4 by the hospital. (Fjftffn yttr eld Gerald Fish was slugged with a gun by a robber who tried to rob the hotel at Burt where Gerald was> on duty ait the desk. They got Mr. and Mrs. Richard Man of Oskaloosa spent the week end with his parents, Mr. am Mrs. Elmer Marr, and New Year's Day they were all din ner guests at the home of Mrs Nellie Marr at Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Danny of Industry were ,Year's dfinner guests o" Mrs. Viola Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Woodbury of Hampton spent the weekend with Mrs. Inga Woodbury. New Year dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley, Mrs. Muriel Eggleston of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mr, and Mrs. George Glawe, Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sloan and family, and Mr, and Mrs. Glen Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Imlay and Mary of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Jurgensen spent Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Jurgensen at Northfield, Minn. Scott Jurgensen returned home with them for a visit. Mr, and Mrs, Wayne Fleming and family of Mason City spent New Year's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lang and family of Humboldt were Saturday night evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner. Mrs. Addie Hamm spent Saturday and Sunday with hei daughter and family, Mrs. Art Craft at Renwick, On Saturday .hey spent the day with Mr. anc Urs. Earl Benton and Mrs. Myr Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hais- ivirth entertained the following at a New Year's Eve party: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krebs, Mr. and tfrs. Donald Poagem, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Helton, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Geary and Mr. and Mrs. Val Moore of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tindall Jr. were Sunday supper guests at the Robert Kraft home. Wednesday dinner guests at the Tjerern Nerem home were Marvin Nerem of Renwick, Terry Nerem of Winona State College, and Vetta Franklin of Charles City. New Year's Eve guests .at the Robert Kraft home were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tebben, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tindall Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tindall and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick were Friday evening dinner guests at the Tjerern Nerem home. Mrs. Harold Oxley spent New Year's Day at the John Oxley home. New Year's Eve guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tjerern Nerem were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Tjelle of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fatka and Ilene . and Marvin Krauss. Pat Williams returned Sunday to Bayard to resume her teaching duties after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lae Williams. Mr. and Mrs. William Abbas and family returned to their home at Scotts Bluff, Nebr. after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Harold Oxley. Mrs. Paul Devine and her father Joe Lorenz of Duncan, visited Friday afternoon at the John Brcka home at Britt. Robert Micklick of Denver, Colo., and Carolyn Micklick, a student nurse at St. Luke hospital in Cedar Rapids spent the Kelch of Hampton. EVelyh KrausS'*petil the days with lief parents, Mr. and Urs. Etirter Krauss. Evelyn is a student al Waldorf College in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krauss and girls and Mr. .and Mrs. toward ChampiiM were Sunday quests at the Alfred 'ChaJnpioh lome in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Elnier Krauss and girls and Mr, and l' : Mrs. eorge Krauss and family were Christmas guests at the Lester Krauss home. , , v Joe Lorenz of Duncah was" an all night guest Christmas Eve at the Paul Devine home. They all enjoyed Christmas dinner at the Jack Devine home in Bfitt. Others .present were Mr> and Mrs., George Madsem and family of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yeoman and Paula were Sunday guests at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Yeoman. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover of Burt were New Year's night supper guests at the Dale Yeo man home. .Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mercian and 5 children and his father Albert .Merriam of Louisville Ky. attended the funeral Thursday of Mrs. Arthur Scheffel man. Mrs. Joe Cox Jr. of La Habra, Calif, and Ira Stam baugh of Whittier, Calif, were also relatives attending the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne Thompson of Blue River, Wis. spent the New Year's weekend visiting their children, the Kenneth Wagners and Wilbur Merriams. George Gray spent the weekend with his children in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hughett of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. and were New Year's Day dinner at the John Mullin home wife Mr* aitd Mrs* Kaiplt Bierstedt of LoHfe Rock, MrV attcl Mrs. Jim Mullin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mullin. Mr, and Mrs. John Muilin vis- ted Tuesday in Cedar Falls at ,he David Pals home. Susan and Debbie teturtted home with their gfihdparellts Until Friday, dane and Kathy Shipman were Thursday ail night guests at their grandparents. Mf. and Mfs. William Sfoip> man and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Mui* [in home. . Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel eft Wesseii and daughter of Iowa City to resume his Studies ' - after spending th« 'holidays with his parents, .MlW and Mrs. Lavoy Dawsort, V; Mf, and Ml* Elwood and family spefti N^ Day With her fattief , Ed SchWo- enetter at Garner, Mr. and Mrs. William .Welter and family of Carroll »pMt the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Welter, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Jr, of Britt visited Sunday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Sr. Mr ; and Mrs. Robert Ander son of Des Moines spent the weekend with their parterits, the Orville Andersons and Cecil Michigan were Tuesday guests at the home of Mrs. Veftia Thompson ill Ledyardi Mr. arid Mrs, Rabeft Wessell and daughter returned to their home at Fremont, Mich, after a visit with her parents, tha James Zweifels. Mr., and Mrs. James Zweifel attended a family gathering New Year's Day at LuVerne at the home of Misses Lottie and Janette Mason, at LuVerne. Paul Wilhite Of Des Moines spent the weekend at his home. Mr. and Mrs. James Zweifel attended the funeral Monday afternoon at Renwick for Fred F. Rasmussen. and guests Rev. and Mrs. Rob- Craig Dawson returned to Nails. Mrs. Marie Moidehhauer and Clintofi, William Moidfifihauer, Mrs Hanna Smith and Mrs. ditineif giiests at the Home of Mr. attd Mrs. Clifford Moldenhauer in Britt. Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Leiiz and family of Cassoh, Minn, were also guests. UNUSUAL — The Public Library at New Hampton has an unusual book Christmas tree. Their Scotch pine tree has been frosted with snow and then decorated with lights and little books. Some 6f these miniature books 'are complete with a' story. ''• holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick. New Year's Eve guests at the Clarence Jurgensen home were Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Mrs. Harold Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. William Abbas and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Ha warden. Mr. and Mrs. John Hobscheidt entertained the following coup les at a 500 party Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Devine, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Devine Mr. and Mrs. Paul Devine, Mr and Mrs. Max Sloan, and Mr and Mrs. Robert Sloan. New Year's Day guests at the Art Kelch home were Mr. anc Mrs. Don Wood and family of Indianola, Louis Schaller, Mr and Mrs. Eugene Kelch and fa Elmer Krauss and girls Mrs. Mary Bjornson Christmas Eve guests at the Marvin Sloan home. Mrs. Albert Fish and Mrs. Jack Niewald attended a shower Sunday afternoon at St. Benedict for Betty Gatton. Jerry Brockman returned to Ames Sunday to resume his college studies. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Livingston left the first of the week for a winter's vacation to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Niewald and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fish visited Saturday evening at th< F. F. Fett home in LuVerne. New Year's Eve guests at the Albert Fish home were Mr. anc Mrs.- Jack Niewald - - of Eort Dodge, Diane Kuhlmann of Al gona, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marks and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fett and Benji, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richardson of Britt and Skip Fish. Mr. and Mrs. Charpel Hauswirth and Jeanne were New Year's dinner guests at the Rick Hauswirth home. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. rtauswirth of Eagle Grove. The Hauswirths had just returned from California where they had been visiting the Milton Galloways. David Hauswirth, who has been employed at the Co-op elevator at Dougherty as a bookkeeper, has resigned his position and has accepted a position with Grain Dealers in Des Moines. He began his duties Monday. Mrs. Almedia Liptrap, George Cook of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heinen and Phyllis Claude were New Year's Day dinner guests with Mrs. Lu Verne Bosworth. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks and family returned home Thursday from a nine day trip to Amarillo, Texas, where they visited her sister, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Wiese. Mr. and Mrs, LuVerne Thompson of Blue River, Wis. and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Merriam and family were New Year's Day guests at the Ken «s>is:::i«*c:^ Now is the time to bring in your tractors, combines and motors for shop work. Let our mechanics repair your machines now- Taylor Implement Co* ALGONA, IOWA CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOWI BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premiums With Gas Pur* chases at our station. You'll Lik* Itl VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. IMMMMMMMMIMWI N. Main St. I^AA MMMMAAfl "Homebuilding It Onr Specially" We'll appreciate a chance to es- jimale 'Without obligation on any town or farm construction. urn CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 110 BURT, IOWA IF THERE'S SOMETHING NEW IN HARVESTING OR DRYING —SEE TAYLOR'S PMMMMtflMMAMIMV LI (IDE IMPLEMENT CO, Farm Equipment • AIM* Chalmers • Gehl * New Idea "Serving Northern Iowa A Southern Minnesota for the oast 28 Years - 1937 to 1965". BRown 24601 Swea City MMMMMfMM t) Behlcn Buildings. a) Kewanee Discs. • Case Farm Machinery "The 3es» of Everything" Phone 295-246^ Algona When you hear there's something new in harvesting or drying — it's a good bet you can find out more about it by visiting with the Taylor Implement Co. in Algona. Taylors try to have the latest equipment available on all the methods of harvesting crops and drying crops. Taylors can furnish you with all the information you need when it comes to early harvesting, the savings you could receive, to help you make up your mind, if you want to change your harvesting methods. Should you buy a portable dryer, or a bin dryer, and what size should you buy. These are very important items that must be considered before you make the change. When it comes to buying a new combine or a new grain auger, you will find Taylors handling a product that will pay for itself in use. In 1965, over 3 million bushels of corn in this area were dried by dryers, sold and serviced by the Taylor Implement Co. Dryers and combines are not the only items sold by Taylors. New tractors, discs, plows, field cultivators still make up a big dollar volume of business at Taylors ... so when you are looking for new products and methods of harvesting, do yourself a big favor and SEE REX TAYLOR, AT THE TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. He or one of their salesmen will be glad to help you. Visit the TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. — Your Grain Harvesting & Drying Headquarters in Northern Iowa, BEN mm Building Gcnlra^sr Ail Types Building Cabinet Work 22 South Heckart, Algona Dial 295 2160 call after 6:00 p.m. ; * GRAIN STORAGE And GASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CARCILL, ING. Dale Kleingartner Manager TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Kossuth County Advance Algona MOVING • STORAGE ORATING We Move Household Goods Anywh*r* — Fully Insured Furniture & Machinery Storage In Clean, Modern Warehouse POST Moving IVy I Storage Dial 295-2275 READY MIX CONCRETE m Saves Aioney • Saves Time • Does a Better Job PHQNi 295-52oo ALGONA, IOWA COWAN CORP, (Formerly Ittdy Mi* Concrete & Lumber Co.) Iowa State Bank Algona's Home-owned Bank • Member pf FDIC 9 Member of Fedtrtl Rostrvo System HMMMMIMI Undwy Soft Water OF ALGONA lINDSKf s»rvlM

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