Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1966 · Page 2
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10 * 20 - 30 *. v'-i ' ^s- • - 'WS ''^.:.'- ; f^' 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE ; and above the national average. . MONDAY, MARGHJ^JW* | K6Muth rural ftthodl teachers j had a "rural workshop" and j town elementary teachers were nvited to attend the meetings. A farm-to-market road improvement program was adopted iti the County. State and federal funds were to cover the cost of the program. Three men who burglarized he Lone Rock postoffice some months ago had been arrested n Chicago. A mass moving among Titan- lea local residents almost amounted to a shift in population. Not since 1920 had so many people changed places but no one was without a home. The 70 year-old home across the street south of the Methodist church in Algona had been purchased by Dr. P. V. Janse and was being torn down. Removal of the house was a civic improvement as it had become unsightly. •i ' Ago A weekly feature of by-gone days By Erma Lea Deim March 1, 1956 For the third time voters in the Sentral Community school district were to vote on whether or not to construct a centrally- located high school. Sugar beet growers in the Ledyard and Lakota areas had filed for their acreage expected to be worth more than $200,000 in a four county area. Kossuth county was having spring-like weather with a tern perature of 43 degrees on Feb 28. Dennis Menke of St. John's of Bancroft was voted on the all-conference North Central Iowa Catholic basketball team ks a forward. <>. j The Post Office department had instituted a new,system of porting city mail by numbers jonly on the carrier cases. Patrons were asked to put the ptreet number on the letter. jAlgona was one of the last of the first class offices to adopt the system. ' The Lakota Community club ihad a pancake supper and discussed the disposal of the thea- jter building. February 27, 1936 With the heavy snows and the cost of $750 a day to clear off highways the county road program for the rest of the year would have to be cut considerably. To date $50,000 had been spent in battling the winter's drifts. In normal years the snow removal costs were about $20,000. Nine and a half more inches March 7, 1946 The Kossuth County treasurer's office in the Court -House as burglarized and $142.60 was jtaken. The thieves forced the of- jfice door with'a crowbar and 'the tumblers which operated the lock on the safe were knoc^ ked out. An inner safe was not (molested. 'Back of the dial me- ichanism was a tear gas cart- j ridge,-, but Treasurer Pearson was of the opinion the tear igas had deteriorated and was jno good. Earl (Duck) Steier and Clef us Salz from Whittemore had spent a month in the Brooklyn i Dodger' training,' camp: in. .San- jford, Fla. This was not a plea- jsure jaunt, but a time of real 'hard labor. i In the first two months of 11946 there were 58 marriages 'recorded in the.clerk's office at i the Court House, but 11 - dtvor- .ces granted in the same .-period 1—which is about 20 percent of snow had fallen which brought the total for the period since January 1 to 58 and % inches. Mrs. D. G. White, Plum Creek twp. had to use her washing machine for a churn when they were snowbound at the farm and unable to get cream to town. It was understood the washing machine did a satisfactory job and turned out eight pounds of butter. Thirty-five men helped shovel out a road near Titonka to let trucks go to Garner for coal and mail. The Evangelical, Methodist and Presbyterian churches in LuVerne did not hold regular services in the churches because there was no fuel. They met in-various homes for religious services. Eight passengers on the northbound train were rescued from the coach' by Floyd Bacon and taken to their home when the train became hopelessly stuck in a snow drift south of Burt. Burton Roods of .> v* Bode honored on 25th wedding Bods—Button Roods were given an open house for their 25th anniversary at St. Olaf Lutheran church Feb. 27. Their daughters and husbands were hosts "or the event, the Glen (Ruth) Proescholds, Colorado Springs, and Garold (Glenda) Schultzes, Humboldt. The Harlan Harrises were dining room hosts. Mrs. Arnie Wigans, Hardy, had the guest book. Mrs. Harry Ireland of Algona and Mrs. Ron Watson of Humboldt opened gifts and Mrs. Bill Finn, Algona, served punch. Leon Gangestad had the program. Rev. Norman Johnson gave a prayer and other remarks and Mr. Gangestad read several poems and remarks Mrs. Rood introduced her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnes her brothers the Dick Barnes and Bill Barnes, all Lamoni, am Mr. Rood's sisters, Mrs. Edith Sanderson, Garner, and Mr. anc Mrs. Wm. Lutz, Dumofit, Wilbur Roods, Mason City, and Harlan Johnsons, Garner. Mary Lou Olson and Mrs. Arnie Wigans sang. Mrs. Dick Barnes and Mrs. Sam Thorsland poured. Guests were from Lamoni, Mason City, Dumont, Rolfe, Mallard, Algona, Humboldt and other towns in LYRIC WRITER — Helen Stacy, an attractive farm wife and mother of seven children living near Riverton, has seen her name on the front sheet of 15 different songs. Mrs. Stacy has been writing song lyrics for some time and has had several recorded by singers. this area. The Roods had a phone call from Mrs. Rood's uncle, D. N. Jamison, from Aly- sham, Saskatchewan, Canada. Students from the Twin Rivers high school band at Bode participating in the Dorian instrumental music festival at Luther college over the weekend were Cheryl Heggen, daughter of the Talmai Heggens, Bode, who plays flute, a senior, and Dennis Kissinger, son of the Tommy Kissingers, Livermore, a junior, who plays trombone. Michael Palm is the TR band director. The Heart Drive for 1966 has been completed in Bode and the chairman Mrs. Leroy Enger reports proceeds of $153.91. Assisting Mrs. Enger were Mrs. Dave En gel, Mrs. Leonard Miller, Mrs. Walter Bakken, Mrs. F. L. Bakken, Mrs. Howard Curry, Mrs. Magnus Rongved, Mrs. Karen Schutte, Mrs. Thor Schutte, Mrs. Thor Selving, Mrs. Pearl Barber, and- Mrs. Leon Gangestad. .'••••• ••••• The Orren Olsons returned to Bode Saturday after several weeks in the west and attending the REA convention in Las Vegas. In Long Beach they visited the Paul Nasbys, in Los Angeles they visited the Glen Sohultzes, the Norlan Schultzes and Merle Schultzes. In San Di- ego they visited the ' Leonard Johnsons, the former Anna fane Olson. In Denver they vi" sited their niece, Miriam Olson, daughter of Ihe Guy OlsdfW, who is a sophomore at Denver university; and the Ernest El- ingsons. All are former Bode residents. The Dr. P. W. Quallys spent the weekend at their soil, Robert Hanson's, Eau Claire, and were also guests at the home-of their daughter, the Arnie Sor- leins. The Melvin Bratlands were recent visitors in Dubuque at their daughter, the Jerry OS trums, who moved to Dubuque from Algona a few weeks ago. Mrs. Hilda Enger spent Sunday in Humboldt and 'attended baptismal services at Our Saviors Lutheran church for her great-granddaughter, Brenda Sue Lenning, daughter of the Larry Lennings. Mrs. Lenning, the former Marcia Larson, is the daughter of the Ralph Larsons, Mallard, formerly of Bode. The Burton Roods had as guests Sunday those who helped with the anniversary reception at the church including Mrs. Lucille Torgerson, the Leon Gangestads, Harlan Harrises, Sam Thorslands, Alan Olsons, Ronald Olsons, F. L. Bakkens, Walter Bakkens, Art Hansons, Clarence Smiths, Bode, Bill Finns and Harry Irelands, Algona, Ron Watsons, Garold Sch- iltzes, Humboldt. The Clarence ttellands were unable to attend. The Glen Proescnolds returned to Colorado Springs Sunday. They came Saturday for Mrs. Proeschold's parents 25th anniversary. Mrs. Warren Hankins returned Monday from the Ft. Dodge demonstrations on cake decorating. All women of the Delana- Waucusta area are welcome. The Gary Peterson^ Pocahontas, were weekend guests at Harlan Serge's and Harold Beis ge's. • . Mrs. Don fteper, Eiidwell, N. %, and Mrs. John S&xtcti, Fort D\odge, visited their uncle, Art Mionson, Wednesday. Mrs. Pie- ptir. well known in Fort Dodge and his area musical ctrcjles, caiiie to Fort Dodge to see her daughter, Sherry in the performance of the Fort Dodge Civic Glee Club's Musical Varieties. The Piepers moved to New York last fall when Mr.^ Pieper became pilot with Commuter Air Lines. Sherry Pieper is staving with her grandparents in Fort Dodge ., and attending Community college. The Francis Pflibsens, Zumbrota, were weekend visitors with his mother Mrs, Leons Pflibsen. Saturday visitors of the Pflibsens were the Vernon, Pflibsens, Humboldt, and Sunday guests were the Mar Jin Pflibsens and Donald Pflibsens. .Mrs. Tina Dale and her daughter Mrs. Ben Broberg went to her 'home in Redwood Falls, Minn)., last week for several week's there. The Brobergs ate moving to a new home and Mrs. Dale will assist her daughter. The i Ben Skillerns moved Sunday from the Oliver L?e House to the house of Harold Hanson and the late Mrs. Hanson in the west part of town. Mr. Hanson is in a nursing home in Algotia. Visitors at Rortald Olson's Wednesday to see Mrs. Dick Henley of Decorah, were the Curt Olsons, Bode, Carl Olsons, LiVermore, Jim Olsons, Hunv boldt. Mrs. Henley had come to Humboldt to see 'her mother, Mrs. H. M. Olson, who is recuperating from her recent illness at her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Nissen's. Olaf Olson is a patient at Ft.. Dodge Lutheran hospital. The Ernest Olsons, Columbus, Neb., visited his father over the weekend. The Legion Auxiliary met in the hall Wednesday. Mrs. Kiddi Croker conducted the meeting. Mrs. Dick Bakken will be taking over as President since the death of former Auxiliary president, Mrs. Maxine Peterson. The Bode Auxiliary will host the next county meeting at the Legion Hall March 22. The Legion birthday party is planned for April 1st. Mrs. Oden Rood, Mrs. Leona Pflibson and Mrs. Warren Hankins were hostesses. The Burton Roods had a family dinner for 24 relatives at Kropfs Cafe last Sunday. The Ben Barnes, Dick Barnes and Bill Barnes, Lamoni, re- turned home Sunday after the weekend fit 'Burton Rood's. Mrs. 'Olaf Oispn is spending some time at the fed Under- befgs and Mrs. Henry Ander- sOn home itt Ft. Dodge. * ; IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS tXrnMMIMfiV,., ytt iiti*fMiiv§i the ALL NEW HOTEL \mtrn Such charming rooms ... such wonderful food ... just perfect location and a \vhrm greeting on 1 your arrival. Completely air conditioned. 3 FAMOUS DINING AND WINING ROOMS CHATEAU dt PARIS One of America's foremost French Restaurants. Selected 'lor Excellence .by Holiday Magazine. HURDLE LOUNGE For Your Favorite Beverage and Nitely Cnter- talnment. COFFEE HOUSE For Breakfast, Luncheon, did Dinner. 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