Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1966 · Page 2
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••• v • *• itf- v. Hi . i •-« •• ', -ft ,**«>,' (lewa)' ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH H By EVELYN CADY The monthly Cub Scout meeting was held Tuesday evening at the Lucia Wallace school and parents of the boys were guests. Ed Sindelar is Scout Master and the club is sponsored by the Kiwanis club. Mrs. Katherine MeMurray had as caller* Monday her nephew, Guy Burge of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Steph. enson were visited by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaser of Omaha, Neb., who camft to see the basketball games. They are former Algon- ans. Dianna Pederson who attends the business college at Mankato, Minn, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Pederson. iMr. and Mrs. barth were' at Marvin Hack- Sioux Rapids to her Two from Garrigan atDubuque Sunday visiting with Mrs. Hack barth's mother, Mrs. Gwenola Wardlow. They brought home the children whom Mrs. Wardlow had looked after, while the parents attended a sports convention in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pederson went to Humboldt Sunday afternoon and . spent the evening with the* 'former's parents; Mr . and Mrs: Jens! Pederson. f: Mrs. Joe LiehNr is a patient at the University -hospitalj Iowa City. Relatives 'who have been there to see her are John Gisch, Mrs. William Specht, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. Luke Hamilton of Bancinpft; Mr, ; and Mrs. Larry Gisch andsMr.; and 'Mrs. Duane Arend^The ; son Bob who is in service'-'wibt m Viet Nam ning. has been sent home on- furlough to be with his mother and his brother Jim, a student at Duke university, N.C., has also been here. • Frances Hanson, eleven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanson, returned to Bryant school; Monday where she is in sixth grade. She has been out of 'School' since January 23 when she suffered a broken thigh bone while tobogganing. She was in traction five weeks, then confined to bed a while longer, and finally was able to get on crutches ,. which she still uses. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zweifel oi Fairmont, Minn., are expected here for a weekend with the parents; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zweifel and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips. " Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard Moen have had as guests the letter's mother and niece, Mrs. Leota Collem of West Des Moines and Mrs. Sandra Dowd of Chippewa Falls, Wis. Mrs. Wade Sullivan and her sister, Mrs. Gilbert Knudson of Emmetsburg,' have returned from a five weeks vacation at Houston, Tex., New Orleans, La. and Biloxi, Miss. They visited briefly with a cousin in Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch were at Armstrong Monday evening to attend the class play in which their granddaughter Jean Rooney took part, Jean is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rooney, The play was "The Mouse that Roared." Gary Colwell and Janis Faur, Clinton, both Iowa City students, came Thursday for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell. Sunday guests were Mrs. Day, Clarion, mother of Mrs. Colwejl, and his mother, Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Mrs. William Becker moved to Heritage Home in Bancroft March 17. Mr. Becker has been a resident there for a year. Mrs. Hugh Colwell spent i day last week with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill, Ft Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stattleman and four children, Clear Lake were Sunday evening callers a Mrs. John Deim's. Tom Anderson came for the weekend from Maryville, Mo. with his parents, the Everett Andersons. Carol Sue Stinogel, Ft. Dodge, who is a junior at Cedar Falls, was a house guest. Jim Colwell, son of the Willis Colwells, spent 12 hours at home from the Seattle Shipyards enroute to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station for 16 weeks in machinist mate school. The Alyin Stedmans, Waterloo, were weekend guests of Mrs. Elmer Patter. The daughter Pamela, in nurses training at Rochester, was on vacation and accompanied her parents to Algona. The Wm. Runcheys called in the evening to see them. Mrs. Laurence Miller had her Birthday club Wednesday for birthdays of Mrs. Dug Wildin and Mrs. Qarrol Potter. Guests and Judy. loo Thursday. Mrs. Orrin Hudson went [owa City Monday to see husband in the hospital. Orrin expects to come home the last of the week. The Hudsons visi' ted with the daughter, the Lloyd Bellingers, Burt, Sunday. The Paul Hudsons, Fenton, called at Orrin Hudson's Sunday. . Betsey Weber came from Des Moines to spend the weekend With her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Groen. She is employed as aide at the Bishop Drum home having accepted the position very recently. Mr. end Mrs. Lyle Riedinger and sons attended the basket ball games Thursday at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. James Guffey are moving to Albert Lea, Minn, the middle of the month where Mr. Guffey will be employed by the King Seeley Thermos company. He has been with the Wei- denhoff company the past several .years. Mrs. Newton Hieter had as visitor Sunday Mrs. Jack Craig of Humboldt. Gayle Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, was met in Des Moines Thursday by her mother and Mrs. SUSAN NELSON KATHLEEN PLATHE Walter Hagen and. sons. They attended the 'ball '• games ' ,and 3ayle will spend her quarter >reak here. She is a student' at Grinnell college. Mrs. Robert Williams is en- ertaining ^ her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Milton Dahl entertained her 500 club Wednesday eve- GARRIGAN high school announces two contestants for the Concerto Contest sponsored by the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, March 28. Competing in the piano cate gory are Susan Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Wesley, and Kathleen Plathe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, Bode. 'Both students are juniors at Garrigan and are active in chorus and band. They will perform the first movement of Mozart's "Concerto in D Minor." The orchestra part will be played at/the second piano by their teacher, Sister Virgihitf M^rie; PBVM. ^ > '•', - • Agatha' Laubenthai in Whittemore £eb. 11, 1.920. They fetif- ed from the farm to Algona in 1947,- ,-.' . ., , , Surviving besides his wife ate Eleatiore, Mrs. August Befte, of Bancroft; Sistef Mary Marlta, of Lawier; Ruth/ Mrs. Ralph -Kohl* haa? Livermore; Marvin, Algd- na; Marjoriev Mrs, Virgil Rohlf, AnKeny; iNorine, Mrs. i<!d Cole* man; Claif. there are 2- -grandchildren. L| Other survivors are .two .brothers and three sisters: Charles, Michael. Christina (Mrs. Charles Salz), katie' (Mrs. Leo Elbert)^ all, of , vyhittemore, arid Helen, Mrs. Andrew Laubenthai, Algo> na. Two brothers and two sisters are deceased. Dr. LeRoy Strohman attendee the Minnesota unit meeting of the American Society of Dentis try for children held at Minne apolis March 23. Barbara A. Wicks, daughter o tfr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks, has >een accepted as a freshman a Stephens college, Columbia, Mo for the 1966 fall term. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson had as dinner guests Sunday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, and family. Evening guests at cards and lunch were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shackelford. Mrs. Gail Stockwell was _dismissed! from St. Ann not -long ago having suffered a heart attack. Her'daughters Mrs. Arlene Tillman of Sioux City,-Mrs. Fred Lassahn, and Mrs. William De Kruif of Mason City, and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Minneapolis, Minn, have been here frequently to see her and assist in the housework. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey has been hospitalized at St. Ann for an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen have gone to Lansing to visit with their son, Robert and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson have been visited by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Simons and little daughter, Nina, of Gilbert. They were here from Tuesday till Thursday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shipler, Sr. returned home Monday from a visit since January with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shipler, Jr. at Ful- New Mrs. Murl Potter. r Mrs. Walter Steven spent Sunday at Britt with her husband who is in a, Rest Home there. She, is' able to see him frequently..- ' - r George McVay purchased the) Ralph Donovan house on south, Thorington street some time ago' and it will be moved a little later to a lot on West College street next to the Don Prews, nearly across from the Good Samaritan Home. It is occupied by *he John Sires who will continue living in it. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer spent Sunday at Le Sueur, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Meryin Hentges and were accompanied by Mervin's mother, Mrs. Ella Hentjes. Pioneer buys the Lagerstrom Angus herd Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company last week purchased the Angus herd owned by Mr. and Mrs T. E. Lagerstrom, of Burt, which has been under complete production testing for 10 years. Included were 200 head of cattle, plus detailed data on performance, progeny and carcass grading compiled by the Lager- stroms. Pioneer also leased the Lagerstrom farm, Toreby Farms, and will initiate its research stu- John Kollasc -v ,1/if services held here Monday'];; Funeral services for John P. Kollasch, 72, were held Mon day morning at St. Cecelia's Ca tholic church in Algona with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemete ry with Hamilton funeral home in charge. Pallbearers were Ar nold, Donald and Bernard Kol lasch, Gerald Elbert, Vincen Salb, and Maurice Laubenthai. The son of Michael and Bar bara Vogel Kollasch, John P. was born in Leonore, lll.vVSept 21, 1893. They moved to Kos suth county in 1902. He married The only HONEST r ' ^F . '': ' : ' • ',''.-•• test of PAID news- are on Custom 2-door, V-8 engine, solid beige color, standard trans., a spotless one owner car. 1350" TAYLOR MOTOR CO. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE were $», Margar4 Mrs. Wayne Byerly jan4 Mrs. Byejiy returned, to Water erton, Calif., at Hobbs, Mexico with another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. leo Shipler and at Neosho, Mo. with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mittag. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hutiell came from New Hampton and spent from Friday till Sunday with the father Lawrence Hutzell. Mrs. Hutzell is still at Barl- liam with her ailing father, Mr. Standing. Larry teaches at New Hampton schools. Robert Williason was here last week for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Karl Willason. Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus of Garner were last weekend guests of Mrs. Ramus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau. Mr, and Mrs. Don McGuire and Janet, Mrs. J. P. Studer and Margaret, and Mrs. William Bes- tenlehner spent last weekend at Atchison, Kan. The purpose of the trip was to tour the Mount Saint Scholastka college. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner were guests of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Pereival at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mrs, T. M. Parrish of Charles City was guest last week of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund and family were visited last week by Mrs. Hedlund's mother, Mrs. Neva Munger of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. John Schimmel who conduct a gladiola business went to Newell Saturday to get 1,000 bulbs from a dealer friend who has had some shipped in from New York, Oregon, California and Dlinois. There bulbs will be for sale and the date will be advertised when the proper time comes. Mrs. Ernst Thiel w«« ft Britt last week for a two days visit with her son, Bert and wife. Mrs. Pearl Potter had if dinner guests last week Sunday her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mjs, Sherwood Potter of Emmetsburg and Mr. and dies there. The Lagerstroms have produced two of only 50 bulls in America designated as "Golden iertified Meat Sire" by Performance Registry International. Their Black Tor was the first [owa bull of any breed so certified, and their Torbey Marshall was the second Iowa Angus so named. Both bulls are now held jointly by Pioneer and by Curliss Breeding Service, Inc., Carey, 111. The Lagerstroms have reached one of their initial goals with the herd producing 1,000 pound calves in 12 months under "ranch conditions." The calves are not creep-fed. The cow is expected to "get the calf going" toward its weight goal. Under the performance testing program, normal weaning weight of calves in the herd has been increased by 17 per cent in the past 10 years — from 435 to 510 pounds. Pioneer officials indicate that "the development work already done with this herd — makes it one of the best herds of Angus cattle in the country. This base will enhance our opportunities to exercise leadership and contribute to the industry." AND WEEK IN, WEEK OUT the ADVANCE outsells the other Algona newspaper at all 5 NEWSSTANDS!! The only impartial way newspaper sales can be checked in Algona is by NEWSSTAND SALES. The post office is not interested in PAID circulation,, only in total circulation for postage rates. But newsstand sales are easily "cheeked, any week, any day ... AND EVERY WEEK THE ADVANCE OUTSELLS THE OTHER ALGONA NEWSPAPER AT EVERY NEWSSTAND. This is proof folks WANT to buy the Advance. They know they get more of everything. And that's why advertisers use the Advance more — they KNOW they get MORE READERSHIP through HONEST PAID CIRCULATION in the Advance. the ADVANCE gives its readers 1 Thrtt for hair stylts Shirley A. Wellendorf, Ellen Snider, and Marsha Miller, all of Algona, who are students of Cosmetology, received honorable mention for their creative hair styles at the 13th annual student hair styling contest, sponsored by the La' James College of Hairstyling of Mason City, la. The contest was presented Tuesday evening, March 15, in the Holy Family Auditorium. HALL OFFICER Iowa §t«te University — POT- ene Funk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk, Algona, has been elected governjnent student body Maso» for W ti*U, women's residence at IMversity. HANDY SHOPPING LIST It's ready for you ne)j* lit t>ur Hoxall Dru§ Store, look over the lift, check thf items you want, then leave it with «ny loitipfrfon. We'll Have your order all ready Iff you ft pick up on the first day of the $alf, f HONSBRUCH DRUG YOUR REXALL DRUG IT@lf IN ALL the News MOST of the ads + And MORE Pictures This fact b never cMtested . . . "the ADVANCE has the Largest PAID Circulation of any Algona newspaper" "Y0Ui

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