Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1966
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10 • 20 - 30 Years Ago A Weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim »»»eee»eeee«eeeeeeeeee for church group are planned ;— Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Faifville, met Thursday, Rev Miss led devotions and disciissed the first lesson on Amos. Thank yoiis were read from Mrs. Hahtelman and February 9, 1956 A group of 20 Air Force Re serve officers left Mason City by plane for a three-day inspection trip of Elgin Air Force base proving grounds. A six page section was devoted entirely to the opening of the new building of Botsford LUtnber Co. Construction of a $74,000 Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church was to start in the spring at Ledyard. Over 300 persons were turned away as 1 1,000 spectators watched the LuVerne girls basketball team defeat Goldfield's defending state champion team, 47-44. Dick Tellier had been appoin ted conservation officer in Webster and Calhoun counties. The Victor Loebig family left Wesley for Germany where he is stationed with the army. from the Mental hospital al Cherokee. It was reported a total o1 $42.25 was received in the Mite boxes last month. The activity committee pre* en ted a list of several proposed ctivities for .the coming year. A Mother-Daughter banquet, guest day, and a bus tour were oted by the group. The group also decided to have a pot-luck nipper for husbands and guests 'or Valentine day. It was deci- tlieran church, Paifvtlie are invited to World Day of Prayer services at Trinity Luthefati church of Algeria Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. FLY TO The Arnold Hantelmans are to leave Thursday afternoon from Minneapolis by plane for Portland, Ore., where they will Visit Mrs. Hatitelman's parent';, the Melvifi Petersbrts, and her brother', the Lester Petersohs. Don Yager and Wayne Stoeber visited the Clarertce Yagers and the Wilfred Stoebers over the weekend. Sunday the Stoe<- bers ahd Wayne were guests of !e Richard Stuckis, Spehcer. The Gorman Bollingers had everal cotiples at a 500 party unday evening. The James Jierstedts won high and Larry Gades, low. Travel went to Cenley Zwiefei. Sunday guests of the Kenneth JolUngers were the Alfred Jells ahd Paul, , Whittemore, Wayne Bollingers, Lone Rock, an, v^iaiiv fcj\,«xx*i«jii George Hagge, Ledyard, ^ sses j or . th « afternoon were & bt> j < February 14, 1946 Area persons who worked for two years or more without com pensation, in the selective ser vice program, prior to Augus 31, 1945 were to be presented with medals. Eligible in Ros suth were L. L. Lease, Wesley chairman; Clark Scuffham secy. and the government appeal agents, Attorneys G. D. Shumway and J. D. Lowe, assistant. Black pepper was still almost impossible to buy. There was none in Algona and apparently was nation-wide as an Algonan in Cheyenne, Wyo. could find none either. At the P. W's surplus sale one party was able to buy three cans of imitation pepper. About $18 was taken in at a benefit basketball game in Burt and the money went to the March! of Dimes fund. The United Service Women of Lone Rock had decided to send for names of two needy families overseas, and then send clothing, food, and medicine to each family. A courtesy meeting for gold star wives and mothers was given in the new Veterans of Foreign Wars headquarters in Swea City by United Service Women. Two daughters of the Ray Daughns of Wesley received their first veils in the Sisters of Mercy order. They were Sister Mary Damian and Sister Mary Kevin. ded to hold the party Sunday evening, February 13, starting at 6:30. St. Lukes Aid was given Central America as the country for participation in the. Mission Fair in Whittemore and Garner June 18-19 and June 25-26. Committees were selected. Mrs. Joe Culbertson was granted a release from the Aid. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Ervin Schmeling and Mrs. Richard Preston. STUDY TWO NATIONS Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday after noon. Rev. Spicer led the devo tions and the discussion on the Church History. Nigeria and Ghana is their country for par ticipatioh in the Mission Fair to be held two weekends in June at Garner and Whittemore. A new American flag Was donate< to the church by the Legion and a new church flag will be purchased by the Aid soon. Hos- is in the Navy and is presently at home on leave. Seneca Saddle Club had a sled and tobogganing party last Sunday at Everett WitMtn's. The David Lobfts had as guests Sunday for Scottie's sec- ottd birthday the Robert Thates, Ceylon, the maternal grandparents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn., and Marvin Mdppes, Madelia, Minn. The Henry Loofts were evening callers. Church group atOttosento hospital duty cond Tuesday in. January and dates and Arne Jottens came women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carroll Olson Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, and Debra Bol- Mrs Borchardt and Mrs. Allen Bollinger. LEAGUE HAS GUESTS St. Luke's Walther League, Fairville, had Leaguers from Whittemore as guests Wednesday evening. Allan Schmeling and Rennee Hantelman had devotions; Mark Bierstedt, Owen Kerber and Cherlyn Kerber had recreation. The lunch was served by Bert Bleckwenn, Kaye Werner and Delana Votteler. St. ahd Norman inger. Th& Kenneth Bollingers, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and the Gorman Bollingers were guests Friday of the Wilmar Wichten dahls, Lone Rock. It was Mr. Wichtendahl's birthday. Other guests included the Wayne Bol- lingers, Lone Rock, and Herbert Potratzes, Whittemore. Rev. Eldridge recently spent a week at pastor's school in Indianola. The Morris Mitchells, Albert Mitchells and William DeWalls were guests Monday of the Her man Norlands, Cylinder. Debra and Kristine Bollinger were overnight guests of the Arnold Hantelmans Sunday. The Albert Mitchells and Mrs Morris Mitchell attended the funeral of a cousin, Roy Thomp son, Odin, Minn., Wednesday. Sharon Krause spent the weekend with her parents, the Jlmer Krauses. She is a student t Mankato State Teachers Col- ege. Paul Voigt had surgery at Rochester last week. Helen Circle met Tuesday at ris Gerhart's with Verna Hartman co-hostess. The program ,vas by Doris Eldridge. Marlys Circle met Wednesday at Florence Saxton's with Esther Duncan as co-hostess. Lorene Reimers had the program. The Arnold Hantelmans were guests Monday evening of the the second Tuesday in July have been set by th« Lutheran hospital as sewing days there for the Ottosen Lutheran women. The Percy Watnems spent several days Visiting at Merle Fautk's, Des Moinefe. ., . .-,. Mrs. Clara Solberg had her 6th birthday Tuesday. Morn- ng callers were Mrs. Erwin Mo- ;ler afld her • mother-in-law, Vest Bend, and Margaret Holt. Irs. Mogler brought a birthday ake and they were morning offee guests, fe'vehing visitors vere the Lenhard Holdens, Fred dampens, Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann and Mrs. H. D. Benson. Friday evening the Arnold Bfo- She r^deived many cards' and gifts. Ottosen Lutheran church Irs. Olson gave the devotions ifrs. Richard Kinseth gave the reasurer's report in the absence of Mrs. Chester Alme ir ,he hospital. The Rev. Robert J Mont talked about the altar and its furnishings and the du ties of the Altar Guild. The se Lone Rock Mrs, A, A. Krueger . Richard Bierle, son of Mrs Alice Bierle, is taking a com mercial course at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. The school has an enrollment of 650. Dick was among 20 young men initiated into the Phi Theta Pi, international business fraternity re ion are-scholarship, personality, and .char«ct«e. . Lester Bullock, student at Buena vista college. Storm pike, was a weekend ViMtdf tyith .his parents, the Rev. Albert Bullocks. Kermit Krueger and : Larry Bortel, Bowlifig Ot^eri* Ohio, both students at St. Paul Bible College, St. Paul, Minn., over the weekend with Kernut's parents, the A. A. KrUegers. Dawn Schultz, who works at Fairview hospital in MinneapO' lis, spent the weekend with her grandparents, the Fred $chult- zes. She returned .to .the.cities with Kermit Krueger. The Clair Bollingers will have iiuiimaiy uuojucoo iim.^.i••*..,, *- •• i,— —jji ti" J' cently. Requirements for elec- their 25th wedding Sunday ALG6NA (Iswa) fMUKSDAY, FebV 20 M the church at an open "hottse -IT, 2 to § p.m.- » Jf A group of .students ifiduttftg Kermit Krueger, St. Paul MbM College, will hold a special. «$ vice at the Presbyterian -chi edi Sunday, Feb. -20 at 7:30 Aft* The public is invited. ; it The Jess Blanchards visited his sister, Mrs. Chet Alme, Stifl* day at St. Ann hospital. Mff Alme had surgery last Monda* ,The A. A. Kruegers visftett Mrs. Alme at St. Ann hospitl§ Sunday. I Paul's Garner, invited the Leaguers to the Winter Workshop Feb. 20 from 2 to 7:30. DATE PRAYER SERVICE World Day of Prayer services, with the theme You Are My Witnesses being taken from Isaiah 43:10, will be observed by the women of the Fenton Methodist church at the church at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 25. The Children's World Day of Pray er service will be held Sunday Feb. 13, at 10:30 a.m. in the Junior Department. TO ALGONA SERVICE Members of St. John's Luth eran church and St. Lukes Lu Gorman Bollingers for Mr. Hantelman's birthday. ';1''«:('Mt Seneca Mrs. Henry Looft The Robert Binzens, Kathy, JoAnn and Pat, accompanied by Joe Crowley, went to Ames Sunday where the Binzens saw their first grandchild, a daughter born to the Robert Binzens Jr. and Mr. Crowley's great grand daughter. She was named Ste phanie Ann at the christening Sunday. The father, Robert Jr. If it weren't for veneti- an blinds, it would be cur-, tains for us all. * Hired help and guests alike are exposed to dan- , gerous risks around our. juries suffered could be serious and costly. Do you have a liability policy to cover this? * Answer: Yes, it would give you liability protec- - tion and cover medical expenses. * The trouble with our country is that there are too many wide open spa-' ces entirely surrounded by teeth. * Temperamental: Easy glum, easy glow. * They say you can't take it with you. but have you ever tried to travel very farm. It is likely in* Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa February 7, 1936 LuVerne, Titonka, and Fenton were snowbound and completely cut off from the outside world for 60 hours after much wind and snow which stacked eight foot drifts. An express freight train carrying packing house products was stalled near Whittemore and men were picked up all the way from Emmetsburg to Algona to shovel it out. Because of the weather gasoline sales had dropped 25 per cent in January. In Algona some homes at water main ends the faucets had been onened bv order of City Supt. Kellv. and were to run until the cold weather abated. A new method of thawing was used. The pine was heated by electricity which thawed the ice. The court auction of the Kes- suth County State bank building and fixtures was to be in the courtroom the coming week. Coal was beinq rationed out at a ton at a time in Algona. Seven carloads were to arrive soon. Many surrounding towns were sending trucks here for coal. Consumption was up at least 25 percent according to coal dealers. Monty earned by the AHS band at the county fairs and other events was used by buy two bassoons and a string bass for the organization. League bowling was affected by the snow and the Flowers team was not able to play. The Courthouse Rats beat the Fearless Five. If weather permitted the Farmers were to bowl the Phillips team later in the week. SECOND TIRE When you buy the first at price listed below Turnpike Proved Goodyear All-weather "42'* COMPLETE PRINTING SMViCf AT THf ADVANCf iih (.70x15 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 8.00x14 8.00x14 TYPI Tube-type blackwall Tube-type whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall FIRST TIRE 11.72 14.18 15.40 17.88 19.12 21.58 f ECOMS TIRE Vi PRICE 5.86 7.09 7.10 8.94 9.56 10.79 e The only low-priced ftr« wife extra mileage Tufsyn rubber e Extra strong triple-tempted 3-T nylon cord • Free mounting NO MONEY D0m WEEKLY BUYS A PAIR I More people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind. AH prices plus tax CO 00 Hilton's Sinclair Service Stitt i Jonei Street! CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area . SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOW! BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil arid Gas Free Premiums With Gas Purchases at our station. You'll Like It! VIKING OIL Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. "HwMbuilding Is Qw Socially" We'll appreciate.a chance to estimate without obligation on any town or farm construction. TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 110 BURT, IOWA WHO CARES ABOUT "SOFT" WATER? WE DO! OUR STAFF ARE WATER CONDITIONING EXPERTS. GIVE US A XALL JJ}V l T l IMi [HJ( WE T RE AT YOUR SERVICE! Seated, loft to right',''Judy-Rosenmeyer and Betty Frideres; and standing, left to right, Howard Miller, Brian Henry, G. M. Studer, Bill Allen, Tony Schiltz, Everett Ackerson, Ralph Stalzer and Don Deal. WHO CUES ABOUT "SOFT WATER? YOU SHOULD! (IT "SOFTENS" YOUR HOUSEKEEPING CHORES) We're fully equipped to handle your needs. We feature five service vehicles, 12 employees and now serve six counties! • RENTALS • SERVICE • SALES LINDSAY 520 S. Phillips 295-3755 READY Ml OHCRf Saves Money • Saves Time • Does a Better Job PHONE 295-5266 ALGONA, IQWA COWAN CORP, (Formerly Reedy Mix Concrete ft LymbVr Co.) Iowa State Bank Algeria's Home-owned Rank 9 Member of FDIC 9 Member of Federal Reserve System 1IHDE IMPIEMENT CO, Farm Equipm^nl • Allis Chalmtr. • Gehl . 0 New Idea "Sen Jng Northern Iowa A Southern Minnesota for the oast 2* Years — 1937 to 1*65". BRewn 24601 Swea City IMPLEMENT • Behlcn Buildings. • Kewanee Discs. • Case Farm Machinery "The 3e*» of Everything" Phone 295-24*T Algona BEN WIBBFN Building Conlrac?ar Ail Types Building Cabinet Work 22 Sauth Heckart, Algona Dial 295-2160 fleastt cill after 6:00 p.m. GRAIN STORAGE And GASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CARGIU, ING. Dale Kleingartner Manager TOP QUALITY PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Kossuth County Advance Algona MOVING • STORAGE CRATING We Move Household Goods Anywhere — Fully Insured Furniture & Machinery Storage In Clean, Modern Warehouse Moving POST Storage Dial 295-2275 Ml i! f Lindsay Soft Water OF ALGONA "A Complete V«t»i-Ccnditioolni Strvle." ' UNPSAY t«nt«U, Sal«i Service 120 South Phillip* Street Doo4M Peal t Howard Miller. 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